Articles about BBC4
As Faroese drama Trom makes its UK debut, the cast and production team behind the series discuss filming challenges, language complications and why Nordic noir is still in demand.
Norwegian actors Amund Harboe and Malene Wadel discuss taking on their first major roles in Lykkeland (State of Happiness), which dramatises the oil boom in Stavanger in the 1960s and 70s.
As the final season of Bron/Broen (The Bridge) arrives in the UK, actors Sofia Helin and Thure Lindhardt, creator Hans Rosenfeldt and head writer Camilla Ahlgren reflect on the success of the internationally acclaimed series.
The disappearance of a loved one tears a family apart in Spanish thriller Sé quién eres (I Know Who You Are). Director and executive producer Pau Freixas tells DQ six things we need to know about the series.
Bucket writer Frog Stone, who also stars with Miriam Margolyes, reveals the inspiration behind the four-part series about a dying mother’s final wishes.
One of this month’s top shows is Icelandic murder drama Trapped, which has just launched with strong ratings on BBC4 in the UK. Elsewhere, a strong performance for The X-Files raises the prospect of a renewal – or perhaps a spin-off…
Feature-length ‘story of the week’ dramas continue to work wonders for UK channels, with ITV renewing Morse spin-off Endeavour. Happy Valley starts strongly for the BBC, while The CW’s partnership with DC continue to reap rewards.
Danish hit The Bridge is delivering great numbers for BBC4, which has had a good end to the year with its Scandinavian dramas, while Fox turns its back on Live + Same Day ratings.