New. 2/3. Profile of the [text removed]s - an unusual family that uses the daily routine to cope with grief. Following the death of their mother, 15-year-old Molly and her brother Mitch have been brought up by their grandparents.
This documentary uses observation, interviews and the children's video diary to look at the issues that feature in their lives - from curfews and phone credit to deeper personal struggles. Part of Grey Expectations.
1/11. The Village Idiot. When a former psychiatric patient holds up a bank for money and then blows himself up, Kurt Wallander , his daughter Linda and the Ystad team try to uncover the reason for this puzzling incident. See choice, p72.
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