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24 Hours in Police Custody, Channel 4 - TV review

No one ever claimed Grantchester would provide an accurate portrayal of policework, did they? If that was what you were after, 24 Hours in Police Custody (Channel 4) had an episode focused on Luton Police Station's dedicated "honour based violence" unit.

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Warning: This review contains spoilers for viewers in the UK

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The episode raced through so much, leaving just enough excitement for the Christmas special

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Like Hannibal Lecter in a Mary Poppins outfit, Missy was an unsettling mix of prim and predatory

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In Peaky Blinders, Tom Hardy truly found a home, slugging it out scene for scene with three of Britain’s other finest screen presences

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Today’s children can cope with the horrors of war – so why patronise them with clichés?

Ioan Gruffudd in 'Forever'

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City medical examiner Dr Henry Morgan (the Welsh Ioan Gruffudd doing an English accent) also happens to be immortal

Cillian Murphy as Tommy Shelby at the Epsom Derby in the finale of series two of 'Peaky Blinders'

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There was nothing predictable about the final instalment of the gangster drama

History of violence: the high-security psychiatric hospital Broadmoor

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It has taken five years for the high-security institution to allow cameras in

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Review: The Missing, episode 4,
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Greek mythological fantasy drama 'Atlantis' returns for the second series

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The duo's Channel 4 satire on modern policing, Babylon

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