This menacing Australian thriller about a gang of criminals and drug addicts vividly shows how your worst enemies can often be the people closest to you
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Forget Frost and say goodbye to Barnaby. The latest stars of crime dramas are complicated, compromised and criminal. Gerard Gilbert examines the scene
David Jason's character joins a long line of retired sleuths
When Simon Oates saw his photograph on the cover of Radio Times, he knew he had found fame after almost 20 years as an actor. This plaudit came at the height of his run in Doomwatch (1970-72) as Dr John Ridge, one of a group of government scientists monitoring unscrupulous activities such as chemical-waste dumping, pollution and the commercial misuse of deadly toxins.
Tourism under threat as ITV ends filming
Make no bones about it, Life on Mars creators Matthew Graham and Ashley Pharoah have that magic touch. James Rampton finds out about the writer's latest programme
'People seem surprised by what a giggly mess I can become'