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Acorn TV November 2020 Highlights






2 Nov: LINE OF DUTY SERIES 1-4

The TV juggernaut from award-winning scribe Jed Mercurio (Bodyguard) has been lauded as the 'king of crime dramas' (The Telegraph), and follows AC-12 investigators Superintendent Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar), Detective Inspector Kate Fleming (Vicky McClure) and Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) as they investigate corruption within the police.

9 Nov: APPLE TREE YARD

Emily Watson (Chernobyl) stars as Dr Yvonne Carmichael, a respected scientist who begins an affair with the mysterious Mr X. But a harrowing, life-changing attack on Yvonne, leads to the pair being questioned about a murder...who is really to blame?

9 Nov: THE SOUTH WESTERLIES

Environmental consultant and single mother Kate Ryan (Orla Brady), must return to her hometown, undercover, in order to quell opposition to her company's offshore wind farm...but there's a reason she hasn't been back in 15 years. Will her complicated personal history get in the way of the prized promotion she is working towards? Also starring Hollywood star Patrick Bergin and Eileen Walsh.

23 Nov: ALL CREATURES GREAT AND SMALL

The beloved classic - based on the life and times of veterinary surgeon and writer James Herriot (aka James Alfred Wight OBE) - gets a brand spanking new remake with all the charm of the original. This critically acclaimed and widely loved new version sees newcomer Nicholas Ralph as the young vet who is taken under the wing of renowned veterinary surgeon Seigfried Farnon (Samuel West) in the stunning countryside of 1940s Yorkshire.

23 Nov: BANG

Dual language Welsh-English drama set in the steel town of Port Talbot follows a brother and sister on opposite sides of the law. Loner Sam's (Jacob Ifan) life is transformed when he comes into possession of a gun and embarks on a life of crime, but his ambitious policewoman sister Gina (Catrin Stewart) is determined to find out who is responsible for the offences . Will they uncover the truth, and is blood really thicker than water?



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