It’s a busy time of year what with the arrival of Spring, Valentine’s Day and Easter looming on the horizon, so you might have missed some of these incredible TV shows from the past two weeks.
1. Happy Valley
The immensely popular show returned to our screens in early February, welcoming back tormented police woman Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire) and TV’s most feared man, James Norton as rapist Tommy Lee Royce.
Sally Wainwright’s crime drama paints a bleak picture as Catherine uncovers a corpse rotting on a local estate. She soon finds herself embroiled in a complicated murder case.
Meanwhile Tommy Lee Royce is seething in a prison cell, and the shadow of his beating still looms large over Catherine.
Happy Valley is available on BBC iPlayer.
“Think back to the first time you heard a song that made the hairs on the back of your neck stand up, made you want to dance! That’s what I’m talking about”
With a backdrop of the 1970s Los Angeles music scene, this drama from Rolling Stone Mick Jagger and iconic director Martin Scorsese paints a nostalgic portrait of rock and roll’s golden age.
Vinyl is available opn Sky On Demand and on your Now box
3. Life After Suicide
As part of the In the Mind season, the BBC is showing a range of documentaries and features on mental health and wellbeing.
Life After Suicide is a hard-hitting documentary following ordinary mother of two, Angela Samata whose life was torn apart when her partner Mark took his own life.
She travels around Britain to meet others who have experiences similar losses in their own lives, and to explore why suicide is still such a taboo.
Life after Suicide is available on BBC iPlayer.
4. Mr Selfridge
The fourth series of the lavish period drama takes us back to 1928.
Nine years after surviving a vote of no confidence in the last series, Harry Selfridge is back and enjoying life in roaring twenties.
Despite a profound loss in his personal life, Selfridge keeps womanising and gambling, much to the dismay of many of his friends and colleagues.
Mr Selfridge is available on ITV Hub
This drama from Slumdog Millionaire director Danny Boyle and Peep Show writers Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong is set in the hectic worlds of PR and policing.
American Liz Garvey (Brit Marling) is appointed Director of Communications for the Metropolitan Police by Commissioner Richard Miller, played by James Nesbitt (The Hobbit, Stan Lee’s Lucky Man).
A star-studded cast includes Kidulthood actor Adam Deacon and Spooks’ Nicola Walker.
Babylon is available on Netflix UK