Posts Tagged ‘Paul Copley’

Trust Me Episode 1 – The DVDfever Review

Trust Me stars Jodie Whittaker as a nurse posing as a doctor. Some time next year, she’ll be posing as a doctor of a different kind since she will be The Doctor in the next series of Doctor Who (so glad it wasn’t Kris Marshall!!) She’s put in a position to be a potential whistleblower […]

Broken Series 1 – The DVDfever Review – Jimmy McGovern BBC Drama

Broken is a new Jimmy McGovern six-part drama and one that’s difficult to assess from just a single episode. Sean Bean is Catholic priest Father Michael Kerrigan, a man with a large parrish who look up to him with great respect. He’s always there for his congregation and no-one has a bad word to say […]

Reg (Tim Roth BBC drama) – The DVDfever Review

Reg Keys is a name I hadn’t heard before, but I was fully aware that we were taken to war in Iraq on a lie. Portrayed by Tim Roth, his son, Tom (Zac Fox), was one of six young men killed in action, Tom having died just four days before his 21st birthday and, as […]

Code of a Killer Part 2 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer Part 2 concluded the story about how DNA evidence was first used to identify and convict the murderer of teenagers Lynda Mann and Dawn Ashworth. Alec Jeffreys (John Simm), fearing his new-found fame in the press has put off any students from turning up to any of his lectures, finds it’s […]

Code of a Killer Part 1 – The DVDfever Review

Code of a Killer told the first part of a story about the murder of young teenager Lynda Mann, on November 21st 1983, whose body was found on park grounds the morning after she went missing. With not a clue as to the assailant, the police, led by DCS David Baker (David Threlfall), could only […]

The 12 Days Of Christine – Inside No.9 Series 2 Episode 2 – The DVDfever Review

The 12 Days Of Christine, the second episode of series 2 of Inside No.9, starred Sheridan Smith in the titular role as a woman living in an apartment which was in severe need of updating from Sarah Beeny, and lived with Fung (Stacy Liu), her Chinese flatmate with not a lot to say, except when […]

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