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The Loch Episode 2 (ITV 18 Jun 2017, with Alastair Mackenzie)

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In a community nourished and sustained by myth and bordered by untamed nature, the search for a serial killer becomes a matter of life and death for local detective Annie Redford (Laura Fraser) who is trying to cope with her first murder case. When the body of local man Niall Swift (Jordan McCurrach) is found at the foot of Carn Mohr Mountain, the town’s normality is shattered and the nightmare begins.

Chillingly, the beautiful scenery, undulating Highlands and vast expansive loch becomes a character in its own right adding a haunting depth to the community’s plight. The initial investigation, headed by DCI Lauren Quigley (Siobhan Finneran), produces more questions than answers.

In the second episode, following the discovery of a human heart on the shores of the loch, forensic psychologist Blake Albrighton (Don Gilet) is brought into the team. Chief Inspector Frank Smilie (John Sessions) is sceptical about his theories but, if Albrighton is right, a serial killer is targeting this community.

Also featured are Gray O’Brien, Alastair Mackenzie and William Ash.

The Loch Episode 2 (of 6) airs on Sunday 18 June 2017 from 8.00pm-9.00pm on ITV

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White Right: Meeting The Enemy – Exposure airs Mon 11 Dec on ITV

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In documentary White Right: Meeting The Enemy made for ITV’s Exposure current affairs strand and airing on Monday 11 December at 10.40pm on ITV, Emmy Award-winning film-maker Deeyah Khan meets US neo-Nazis and white nationalists face to face and attends America’s biggest and most violent far right rally in recent years.

Khan, who has received death threats in the past after advocating diversity and multiculturalism, tries to get behind the violent ideology, to seek to understand the personal and political reasons behind the apparent resurgence of far right extremism in the US.

Director: Deeyah Khan
Producer: Darin Prindle
Executive Producer: Andrew Smith

White Right: Meeting The Enemy – Exposure airs Monday 11 December 2017 from 10.40pm-11.50pm on ITV.

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Bancroft with Sarah Parish Premieres Mon 11 Dec on ITV

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Airing over four consecutive nights Bancroft is a new thriller for ITV starring Sarah Parish as Det. Superintendent Elizabeth Bancroft. The series premieres on Monday 11 December at 9.00pm on ITV.

The formidable Det. Superintendent Elizabeth Bancroft is leading the charge against the violent Kamara gang. Meanwhile, DS Katherine Stevens is given a cold murder case. In 1990, Laura Fraser was stabbed 18 times in frenzied attack at home. As Elizabeth and Katherine’s paths cross for the first time, Katherine finds that there’s more to the Fraser case than it seems – and Elizabeth has some secrets in her past which may prove difficult to hide.

Linus Roache (Vikings, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) makes his return to British television. Linus plays Tim Fraser who is haunted by an unsolved crime. He has also been running from his past but his hidden shame can’t stay buried forever. Produced by Phil Collinson (Midwinter of the Spirit, Coronation Street, Dr Who) and directed by John Hayes (Vera, Home Fires), Bancroft explores what happens when heinous crimes, long buried, come back to haunt us.

Filmed on location in and around Bolton and the North West, this new series also features Amara Karan (The Night Of, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man), Adrian Edmondson (War and Peace, Prey), Art Malik (Cold Feet, Indian Summers, Homeland), Kenneth Cranham (War and Peace, Rome), Adam Long (Happy Valley, Home Fires), Lee Boardman (The Five, Da Vinci’s Demons) and Steve Evets (One of Us, Looking for Eric).

Bancroft Episode 1 (of 4) airs Monday 11 December 2017 from 9.00pm-10.00pm on ITV.

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Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life Episode 3 (Channel 4 11 Dec 2017)

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In the third episode of A Baker’s Life, Paul Hollywood looks back at his early career: from an apprentice baker in his dad’s bakeries to working at the five star stately home, Cliveden House Hotel, where he cooked for the Queen Mother.

On the menu this time: fresh fruit donuts and British-raised pork pie. Paul returns home to Merseyside to meet up with his oldest and closest friends. He also joins the nightshift at the prestigious Chester Grosvenor – the hotel where he got his big break – and bakes exquisite seasonal Danish pastries.

Executive Producer: Kieran Smith
Series Producers: Claire Emerson, Jane Treasure
Director: Ed St Giles
Production Company: Love

Paul Hollywood: A Baker’s Life Episode 3 (of 4) airs Monday 4 December 2017 from 8.00pm-8.30pm on Channel 4.

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