James Nesbitt plays Colin Howell, a respectable dentist and pillar of the community, who became a killer in partnership with a Sunday school teacher, Hazel Buchanan (Genevieve O'Reilly). Howell and Buchanan met at their local Baptist Church in Coleraine, Northern Ireland and they embarked upon a passionate and destructive affair, which climaxed in an elaborate plot to kill both their partners.
Ahead of the new series of Home Fires, get up to speed with all the stories from Series 1 with this exclusive video. Series 2 of Home Fires starts on ITV on 3 April at 9pm.
An afternoon of family fun in the heart of one of London’s loveliest parks!
ITV is holding a series of exclusive themed screenings to celebrate the launch of our brand new drama series, The Durrells, which is based on the life of Gerald Durrell and his family and their adventures in Corfu.
Join us for the afternoon and take part in lots of exciting, nature inspired activities including scavenger hunts, tortoise racing, pond dipping, face painting and honey tasting (to name a few), and to enjoy some delicious Greek food.
There will also be a wildlife expert at every screening to explain how Gerald Durrell’s conservation work lives on at his foundation, and of course a sneak peak at the first episode of the new drama, The Durrells, starring Keeley Hawes, and lots of furry and feathered friends besides.
You can buy your tickets to the event here.
As the Second World War continues, the residents of Great Paxford face their own personal challenges and conflicts as reputations are tarnished, loved ones lost, and shocking secrets are discovered. However it’s through these challenges that the women in the town unite and overcome their darkest hours.
Join ITV and Everyman for this special preview of the first episode of the new season of Grantchester followed by a Q&A, exclusively at Everyman.
Starring James Norton (War & Peace, Happy Valley) as Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, charming, crime-fighting clergyman, and Robson Green as his partner in crime, Police Inspector Geordie Keating.
The second series of Grantchester picks up the story a year on and finds Geordie recovering well and appearing to put the recent attack behind him. Meanwhile Sidney is still single and pining for his friend Amanda, luckily Geordie is on the case to help the lovelorn vicar find 'his Eve'.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A hosted by Alex Clarke, with actors Tessa Peake Jones and Robson Green, series writer Daisy Coulam and producer Emma Kingsman-Lloyd.
You can apply for tickets here.