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A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley (BBC, 2013)

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A Very British Murder with Lucy Worsley
 
director Matthew Thomas
company BBC4 (2013)
length 3 x 60 minutes
 

Summary

The history of Britain's curious relationship with murder is explored by Dr Lucy Worsley.

The final part of the series references The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog (1927) and the murder of Verloc in Sabotage (1936), and includes a short interview with John Russell Taylor about Hitchcock's fascination with British true crime.

DVD

  • this documentary has not been released on DVD

Links

  • BBC4 - programme description

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Lucy Worlsey talking to John Russell Taylor