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The Playlist #003: Rillington Place

Framed by the police for a serial killer’s crimes, Timothy Evans was one of the last men in Britain to be hanged. Although authorities now accept that he did not carry out those crimes, they still refuse to quash his conviction. 1,452 more words


The Killing Times' Top 15 Crime Dramas Of 2016: Part Two, 10-6

Yesterday, I kicked off the countdown that every self-respecting, discerning crime drama fan had been waiting for (well, two of you): The Killing Times’ Top 15 Crime Dramas Of 2016. 876 more words

Line Of Duty

Review: Rillington Place (S1 E2/3), Tuesday 6th December, BBC1

Last week’s opening episode of Rillington Place was a stunner: a creepy, horror-like examination of a deceitful, manipulative psychopath who successfully preserved his veneer of quietly-spoken respectability. 757 more words

British Crime Drama

BBC Three's Thirteen most requested show on iPlayer in 2016

Here’s a little shout out to one of the best crime dramas of the year so far: Thirteen. It appeared shortly after BBC Three made the move to its new, permanent online home, and was a stunning five-part from new writer Marnie Dickens featuring Jodie Comer, Aneurin Barnard, Richard Rankin and Valene Kane that told the story of a young woman, breaking free of captivity after 13 years locked away.. 147 more words

British Crime Drama

Inexplicable Ivy

It certainly is a struggle at the moment for me to get through the vast amounts of TV that I need and want to watch. Over the weekend I finally watched the BBC drama, Thirteen.   508 more words

Thirteen and Marcella #Bingeworthy TV Shows

I fell in love with two TV shows when I wasn’t slaving over the keyboard job searching.

Both of them are definite bingeworthy shows! Although only one has that capability. 300 more words


Thirteen--New BBC America series gritty and familiar

Review by C.J. Bunce

Thirteen–a moody and creepy new suspense mystery series is now airing on BBC America. It’s become a strangely familiar, recurring trope among the modern mystery tale–especially among British television: The lost girl, and more to the point, the lost girl… 343 more words