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Murder in Successville

Series 3

Episode 2: A Murder in Ye Olde Successville

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Northern Ireland

Available for 8 days

We are thrown back in time to Victorian Successville, where guest rookie Martin Kemp is tasked with solving the very first murder. Local lady of the night Rita Ora has been found dead in an alley, and DI Sleet and Kemp are tasked with retracing her last steps around the cobbled streets of Successville.

This time they investigate:

Will.i.am - a science professor who has always got the better of Sleet. Martin Kemp's investigation is disrupted when will.i.am tricks Sleet into drinking truth serum.

Paloma Faith - the landlady of the local brothel where Rita worked. Martin Kemp and Sleet go undercover as criminal brothers the Nevilles, but there is some confusion as to who is supposed to be the cooler brother.

Jonathon Ross - an upper-class gentleman who had no idea that his girlfriend Rita was working at a brothel. Sleet and Kemp go undercover to a gentleman's club, where they manage to get invited to dine with Jonathan Ross and his good friend Jamie Oliver.

With all three suspects facing execution by the firing squad, Sleet and Martin Kemp have to pick who they think the real murderer is. Have you kept your eyes and ears open for clue? Could you take out the right person? Show less

Contributors

DI Sleet:
Tom Davis
Celebrity Sidekick:
Martin Kemp
Conor McGregor:
Tom Bennett
Phil Neville:
Perry Fitzpatrick
Gordon Ramsay:
Liam Hourican
will.i.am:
Samson Kayo
Paloma Faith:
Marie Lawrence
Jonathan Ross:
Terry Mynott
Sid Lowecroft:
Nico Tatarowicz
Jamie Oliver:
Tony Way
Executive Producer:
Andy Brereton
Producer:
Avril Spary
Writer:
Tom Davis
Composer:
Waen Shepherd
Production Company:
Tiger Aspect Productions Ltd

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