Death In Par­adise

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Satur­day, abc, 7.30pm

The main ac­tors have changed as the sea­sons have rolled on, but the ap­peal of Death In Par­adise shines on. The fruity cock­tail con­sist­ing of a medi­ocre po­lice team, along with a sand- and­sun averse main in­spec­tor, in­ves­ti­gat­ing mur­ders on a beau­ti­ful trop­i­cal is­land is hard to re­sist. Tonight, sea­son six premieres with a clev­erly con­strued case. The death of a sci­en­tist on the side of a live vol­cano proves a dif­fi­cult case to crack for Humphrey (Kris Mar­shall, pic­tured) and his team when every­thing ap­pears to point to a death from nat­u­ral causes. Un­packed with great at­ten­tion to de­tail and the usual ab­sence of gore, it’s a po­lice pro­ce­dural with heart.

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