TV Series Starring Clarke Peters
The Irregulars

The Irregulars, based on the Baker Street Irregulars boys, who feature in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's books as intelligence agents for Holmes, will focus on a group of street urchins who solve crimes for Holmes while he takes the credit.


His Dark Materials
BBC One,

2019

| Drama, Adventure, Children, Fantasy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.3/5

This is one of the supreme works of imaginative fiction for both children and adults published in the 20th century. Northern Lights introduces Lyra, an orphan, who lives in a parallel universe in which science, theology and magic are entwined. Lyra's search for a kidnapped friend uncovers a sinister plot involving stolen children, and turns into a quest to understand a mysterious phenomenon called Dust. In The Subtle Knife she is joined on her journey by Will, a boy who possesses a knife that can cut windows between worlds. As Lyra learns the truth about her parents and her prophesied destiny, the two young people are caught up in a war against celestial powers that ranges across many worlds and leads to a thrilling conclusion in The Amber Spyglass.


Bulletproof
Sky 1,

2018

| Comedy, Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.2/5

Dive deep undercover and venture out onto the streets of London with Noel Clarke (The Level, Star Trek: Into Darkness) and Ashley Walters (Top Boy, Hustle) in a cinematic crime series that mixes drama, action and comedy to deliver a distinctive and dynamic new take on the police buddy genre. Adrenalin-fuelled and packed with compelling characters, Bulletproof follows two undercover cops, Bishop (Clarke) and Pike (Walters) as they chase down hardened criminals in London's East End. But the series is more than high-octane action and thrilling cases. On the surface Bishop and Pike have a lot in common, they are cool, smart and unapologetically street-wise and tough. But even more, they share a deep, fraternal relationship and are always there for each other. However, they come from very different backgrounds and their personal motivations and emotional lives outside the police force differ as a result. Pike is an aspirational family man, the son of a decorated police officer who is determined to follow in his father's footsteps, but not be in his shadow. Meanwhile, Bishop grew up in care homes and on the streets, and never knew his father. Despite these differences Bishop and Pike are bonded by the same moral code and work brilliantly well together even when the chemistry between them looks set to explode. Full of grit and sometimes gloss, Bulletproof is stylish and funny with entertaining, riveting criminal cases in each episode. At its heart though it is a series about the fascinating relationships between fathers and sons, as well as between best friends. Starring: Noel Clarke, Ashley Walters.


Love Is
OWN,

2018

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.6/5

Love Is draws inspiration from the real-life relationship of Mara Brock Akil and her husband, writer-director Salim Akil. The project tells the love story between a modern-day power couple. In the world of Black Hollywood, they navigate a complex set of social codes, and this series will explore it all, from the good to the bad... to the '90s, because that's the love story began.


Chance
Hulu,

2016

| Drama, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

Based on Kem Nunn's novel, "Chance" is described as a provocative psychological thriller that focuses on Eldon Chance (Hugh Laurie), a San Francisco-based forensic neuropsychiatrist who reluctantly gets sucked into a violent and dangerous world of mistaken identity, police corruption and mental illness. After an ill-advised decision regarding an alluring patient who may or may not be struggling with a multiple personality disorder, Chance finds himself in the crosshairs of her abusive spouse, who also happens to be a ruthless police detective. In over his head, Chance's decent into the city's shadowy underbelly, all while navigating the waters of a contentious divorce and the tribulations of his teenage daughter, soon spirals into an ever deepening exploration of one of mankind's final frontiers - the shadowy, undiscovered country of the human mind.


Jericho (2016)

Yesterday wilderness. Tomorrow civilisation. In the Yorkshire Dales in the 1870s, the shantytown of Jericho is the home of a community that will live, thrive and die in the shadow of the viaduct they've been brought together to build.


The Divide
WE,

2014

| Drama, Family, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 2/5

This show is described as an exploration of personal morality and probes how truth coexists in the modern justice system alongside ambition, ethics, politics and race. As an impassioned case worker with The Innocence Initiative, Christine Rosa delves into the case of a death-row inmate she believes was wrongly convicted of a young family's heinous murder 11 years earlier. She chases down new evidence in a search for the truth and confronts an equally passionate district attorney, Adam Page, whose view of justice is colored by shades of grey.


The Tunnel
Sky Atlantic,

2013

| Drama, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.1/5

Inspired by Scandinavian drama The Bridge, The Tunnel is set against the backdrop of Europe in crisis. When a prominent French politician is found dead on the border between the UK and France, detectives Karl Roebuck and Elise Wassermann are sent to investigate on behalf of their respective countries. However, the case takes a surreal turn when a shocking discovery is made at the crime scene, forcing the French and British police into an uneasy partnership.


Treme
HBO,

2010

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

This musician-themed HBO project is set in a New Orleans neighborhood.


The Wire
HBO,

2002

| Drama, Action, Crime | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.7/5

Set in Baltimore, this show centers around the city's inner-city drug scene. It starts as mid-level drug dealer, D'Angelo Barksdale beats a murder rap. After a conversation with a judge, Det. James McNulty has been assigned to lead a joint homicide and narcotics team, in order to bring down drug kingpin Avon Barksdale.


BBC Proms
BBC Four,

1993

| Music

An eight-week summer season of daily orchestral classical music concerts.