Granite Harbour on BBC1 is a novel three-part police drama that sees Unimportant Axe star, Romario Simpson, live with former soldier-turned-cop Davis Lindo.
After his final, tour he’s sent to train by way of a detective constable in the northeast of Scotland, where he’s paired up with mentor DCI Tara ‘Bart’ Bartlett (Annika stellar Hannah Donaldson). And first up they obligation solve the murder of an oil industry bigwig.
Granite Harbour began cinematography in Aberdeenshire and Glasgow in April 2022, so here’s the whole thing you need to know about the three-part drama sequence you can enjoy on BBC1 when it starts in December 2022.
Steele is a Scottish performer who is widely recognized for her roles as Alexandra “Lexie” MacDonald in the play series “Monarch of the Glen,” Alice Trevanion in the sequence “Wild at Heart,” and Dr. Annie Jandhu/Murdoch in the Soap Opera “River City.” She also portrayed Ange Godard in “Holby City” which finished in March 2022 and this going to be Granite Harbour.
Having ended his last tour with the Royal Military Police, Lindo seeks to become a detective at the New Scotland Yard. Irrespective, he sees himself being dispatched to acquaint himself as an Investigator Serjeant in the North East of Scotland, he must study how to adjust to this unacquainted place in Aberdeen, which is far away from anything he has ever recognized in his life.
Katia will represent Karolia Anderson and Steele actresses Cora MacMillan. Connection the two able actresses in the new series are Bhav Joshi (as DI Jaiyush Mallick), Michelle Jeram(as DS Simone ‘Monty’ Montrose), Romario Simpson (using Davis Lindo), Hannah Donaldson (as DCI Tara ‘Bart’ Bartlett), and Gray Lewis besides Fiona Bell in undisclosed roles.
Also Read: If You’re Looking for a Great Gaming Laptop Under $1200, Here Are the Top Three Best Options in 2022.
Louise Thornton, President of Hiring at BBC Scotland states: “We are thrilled to have commissioned this new theatre for the BBC Scotland channel and BBC One. Audiences will be treated to an exciting and captivating story with strong typescripts that will play out against the affected cityscape of Aberdeen and the North East.
We are happy to be working with our contemporaries in BBC iPlayer to bring high-quality content founded in Scotland to audiences crossways the UK as part of our co-commissioning strategy.”
Gaynor Holmes, the Decision-making Producer, BBC Drama, added: “We’re delighted to be employed with LA Productions on this exciting new show. I can’t pause to see the story brought to life in its spectacular Aberdeen setting by this brilliantly gifted cast and crew.”
Here’s The Granite Harbour: Trailer
Always be updated with us visit GeeksULTD for Real-time updates