The Split. BBC.

A British legal drama television series, written and created by Abi Morgan, starring Nicola Walker, Stephen Mangan, Fiona Button, Annabel Scholey and Deborah Findlay. A powerful drama about power- girl power, the power struggle within families and the power, both positive and negative of family lawyers. It’s well worth binging on.

Anne: One mother’s story.

A British four-part drama revolving around the 1989 Hillsborough football disaster of 1989, where a human crush resulted in the deaths of 97 Liverpool football club fans. It’s the story of  campaigner Anne Williams’ battle for justice for her son Kevin, who died at the disaster.

To this day, almost 33 years later, no one has been held accountable for this disaster and subsequent cover-ups. 

Four Lives- BBC.

Written by Neil McKay and based on extensive research and multiple sources, Starring Sheridan Smith and Stephen Merchant.

Told from the point of view of the families and friends of the four young men – Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor – who were murdered by Stephen Port. Four Lives focuses on the fight to uncover the truth about what had happened to their lost sons, brothers and loved ones in the face of a now widely condemned police investigation.

Compulsive viewing. Horrifying on every level!

Landscapers. Will Sharp.

Different!

A delicious mix of film fantasy and police reality, this dark comedy starring Olivia Coleman and David Thewlis, tells the real life story of Christopher and Susan Edwards, who were jailed for a minimum of 25 years for the murder of Susan’s parents, William and Patricia Wycherley.

For once I was ahead of the game, waiting for this to drop on Sky Atlantic and binging all four episodes in one night.