1973 is Free Car Mag’s favourite year. It where our comic superhero Spencer Haze was around, so we can expect fags, boozers, fighting and epically cool classic cars. So we will be watching every Thursday on ITV at 9pm. See you there.
Adapted from Lynda La Plante’s bestselling novel, Tennison, and produced by independent production company, Noho Film and Television, ITV are showing a brand new crime drama, Prime Suspect 1973.
Starring Stefanie Martini as the young WPC Jane Tennison, the six-part drama charts the rise of the novice policewoman as she assists in her first murder investigation, revealing her first steps towards becoming the complex and formidable character that viewers have come to know.
Adapted by Glen Laker, the hotly-anticipated series is set in 1970s Hackney, where women police constables are slowly being integrated into the force. Amongst them is 22-year-old Jane, a naïve get determined probationary officer learning the ropes in a world where high-ranking police officers are notoriously chauvinistic and the rules often bent.
Working alongside her superior, DI Bradfield (Sam Reid), Tennison is thrown in at the deep end on her first case, experiencing London’s violent criminal ganglands first hand and witnessing the devastating effects that such crimes have.