Friday, 8.30pm, 13th Street Now why does the reformed murderer played by Hugh Bonneville look so much younger than he does in Downton Abbey? It’s because this pilot for Lynda La Plante’s series about Scotland Yard’s Commander Clare Blake (Amanda Burton) is almost 10 years old. But it has aged very well indeed. Commander Blake’s blues with sexist coppers will resonate with everybody who thinks women in public life are excluded from boys’ clubs. It is also excellent Friday-night fare: the multiple plot-lines are adequately demanding without being brain stretching or confronting, although one scene includes a corpse displayed too graphically for my taste. Overall it is certainly good enough to want to know what happens next — and even if you have seen it before, my bet is you won’t remember.