Wednesday, 9.30pm, Studio No doubt about the plethora of dramas emanating from Scandinavia these days: Wallander, Borgen, The Killing, The Bridge and now Mammon. The last two are on at the same time so flick the record button on one or the other. The newest is this six-part Norwegian conspiracy thriller, named after the god of avarice, greed and material wealth in the New Testament. The labyrinthine plot follows newspaper journalist Peter Veras (Jon Oigarden, pictured) who’s on the trail of corruption in high places. In this first episode, evidence provided electronically by a mystery person named Sophia leads to his older brother Daniel (a flashback suggests he abused young Peter), a successful company executive. Although exonerated by an inquiry, Daniel resigns and commits suicide. Turns out he was “Sophia”. A year after Daniel’s death, his widow and Peter are given a trunk that contains diving gear. They follow the written instructions to a lake; while Peter snorkels for he knows not what, a car crashes over a nearby cliff. Peter saves the driver, who is shot dead by someone hiding nearby. Nothing simple about this yarn written by brothers Vegard Eriksen Stenberg and Gjermund Eriksen, who wanted to explore relationships between siblings. (Vegard’s sons, Emil and August, play Peter and Daniel in the flashbacks.) This is not to be missed.