Well sussed, Bee..re my favourite Villain, Phelan, don't want him to get caught
best actor on the street
shall miss him if he goes
The Bethany plot..interesting but strange nobody noticed what was going on, accept for the very wise Mary of course (another favourite character) she's brilliant!
Shame that the storyline has dragged on for so long, looks like it's going to continue for some time..which means that some viewers will have lost interest by then..self included!
Broken; missed a couple of episodes, caught the first, wasn't impressed, bad scouse accents, far fetched storyline, thought the whole poverty idea was very outdated.
Last two episodes much better, had a lot of sympathy, not for Roz but for Father Bunloaf with
his many flashbacks and dealings with perpetrators from the past.
This week, very sad, also had tears flooding down my face..scene of mother with the body of dead son, heartbreaking!
Just one problem - the casting..Father Bunloaf (Sean Bean) seems to be a bit long in the tooth to be having so many identity, moral and spiritual problems..should have cast the lovely James Norton (Grantchester) for part of Father Bunloaf
wouldn't have missed an episode then
Never got around to watching The Loch..will catch up later!