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Murder on the Blackpool Express

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Murder on the Blackpool Express
Directed bySimon Delaney
Written byJason Cook
Produced byJim Poyser
StarringJohnny Vegas
Sian Gibson
Sheila Reid
Una Stubbs
Katy Cavanagh
Nina Wadia
Kimberley Nixon
Matthew Cottle
Mark Heap
Javone Prince
Nigel Havers
Susie Blake
Kevin Eldon
Griff Rhys Jones
Release date
11 November 2017
Running time
91 minutes
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Murder on the Blackpool Express is a 2017 comedy drama television film created by Jason Cook. Starring Johnny Vegas, Sian Gibson, Sheila Reid, Katy Cavanagh, Una Stubbs, Nina Wadia, Kimberley Nixon , Nigel Havers, Matthew Cottle, Javone Prince, Susie Blake, Mark Heap, Griff Rhys Jones and Kevin Eldon.[1][2][3]

A sequel, Death on the Tyne, aired on Gold the following year, on 15 December 2018. A third film titled Dial M For Middlesbrough aired in 2019.[4]

A three-part follow-up series titled Murder They Hope aired on Gold with the first episode on 8 May 2021.[5]

It is one of Gold's most watched programmes, reaching 1.242 million people.[6]

Episodes

# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Duration UK viewers
(million)[7]
1"Murder on the Blackpool Express"Simon DelaneyJason Cook11 November 2017 (2017-11-11)92 minutes1.82

The story follows Terry, the despondent driver of the coach who's stuck in a rut. He has no goal or passions, apart from an unrequited love interest in tour organiser, Gemma. But everything changes when an OAP dies under suspicious circumstances and Terry suspects something sinister is afoot. Soon the number of passengers has seriously dwindled and Terry feels compelled to solve the mystery and save Gemma's business; hopefully winning her love in the process.

With everyone a suspect and a potential next victim, can Terry and Gemma keep the group together, address their burgeoning attraction for each other, fend off the police, and make it to Blackpool Tower with their lives intact?
2"Death on the Tyne"Ed ByeJason Cook12 May 2018 (2018-17-12)91 minutes1.25

Terry and Gemma promise to take Mildred and her care home friends, including Hilda and Colleen on an Amsterdam cruise adventure across the Tyne.

They're welcomed aboard the Empress of the Tyne by ageing lothario Captain Jack and his motley crew - Cruise Director Denise, First Officer Justin Valentine, DJ Bobby, ex-pianist Alan, barmaid Tracy and self-obsessed cabaret singer Emily. It's not long before things start to go awry in the most puzzling mystery the Tyne has ever seen.
3"Dial M for Middlesbrough"Ed ByeJason Cook14 December 2019 (2019-12-14)92 minutes1.68
The next outing sees the coach break down in the middle of nowhere - or to be specific, just outside Middlesbrough, in the middle of a fierce thunderstorm. Will our heroes survive the horrors of their enforced 'extra stop' - the sinister and dilapidated Shady Creek Caravan Park?

Cast

References

  1. ^ Guide, British Comedy. "Murder on the Blackpool Express – Gold Comedy Drama – British Comedy Guide". British Comedy Guide.
  2. ^ Guide, British Comedy (10 July 2017). "Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson star in Murder on the Blackpool Express".
  3. ^ Morris, Sophie (10 July 2017). "Johnny Vegas and Sian Gibson to star in new murder mystery comedy show".
  4. ^ "Dial M For Middlesbrough". Gold. Retrieved 17 April 2021.
  5. ^ Guide, British Comedy. "Murder, They Hope - Gold Comedy Drama". British Comedy Guide. Retrieved 17 April 2021.
  6. ^ "Weekly top 10 programmes on TV sets (July 1998 – Sept 2018)".
  7. ^ "Weekly Viewing Summary (see relevant week)". BARB. Archived from the original on 29 March 2007.

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