Spot the odd one out: Ripper Street, Murder Casebook, The Fall and Absolute Power

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Spot the odd one out: Ripper Street, Murder Casebook, The Fall and Absolute Power
17th November 2014

Three of out of four of TV editor Toby Earle’s week’s TV picks are all related, sort of – see if you can spot the odd-one-out from Ripper Street, Murder Casebook: Jack the Ripper, The Fall, and Absolute Power.
In this week’s Murder Casebook on London Live (Tuesday, 9pm), we’re taken back to 19th-century Whitechapel to explore the streets and lives of those who fell prey to Jack the Ripper, the most notorious villain to roam London’s streets.
Toby then takes a look at the return of Ripper Street to Amazon Instant Video, which began with a double-bill on Friday and airs every Friday at 9pm, and discusses why the show’s shift to Amazon is so significant.
Also returning is Paul Spector, the serial killer played by Jamie Dornan in The Fall (BBC2, Thursday 9pm), whose spree of murders has been noticed by cop Stella Gibson (Gillian Anderson) and is closing the net on his movement.
Finally, Stephen Fry stars in Absolute Power, where there are no murders at all, although clients in the first episode (Friday, London Live, 9.30pm) of a double-bill are certainly fans of them.

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