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Sea of Souls

On BBC1 Saturdays 9:10pm. Starring Bill Paterson, Dawn Steele & Craig Stevenson

This BBC drama is about a group of people investigating the paranormal at Clyde University. Each week a new story pans out, so if you’ve missed the first 2 episodes, it doesn’t matter. All you need to know is that in saturday’s show, Justine discovered she has visions that foretell future events and that her son seems to have inherited the same gift.

In this second series, I prefer the condensed storyline into a one hour episode instead of stretching it into two. So far they have been gripping; sitting at the edge of your seat stuff. I look forward to watching the rest of the series; and it’s about time there was something decent on telly on a Saturday night!

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