Watching the Detectives

One format that television seems to enjoy Exploiting more than any other is that of police work.  In particular television production companies enjoy developing characters centred around Maverick police detectives who don’t play by the rules get things done.  this isn’t just the case in British television it’s also quite apparent in North American and European as well.  Throughout the history of UK television there are fantastic examples of detectives who have entertained us greatly through the years. However it wouldn’t take much work to deduce that you’ll need a TV aerial installation Bristol based company like Aerial Installations to be able to watch them.

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Detective chief Inspector Morse. With his famous love of opera, crosswords and real ale this particularly grumpy detective (A common theme!)  entertained us from 1987 to the year 2000 and then again with his younger self from 2012 to 2023.

Lieutenant Columbo. Perhaps it’s because he’s so good at his job detecting murderers Columbo never rises any higher than the rank of Lieutenant.  An unusual show in that you see the murder committed at the beginning and slowly watch  Columbo solve the case and the murderer begin to unravel.

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DCI Barnaby from Midsomer Murders. Proving that there is a high body count crime spree going on in the shires, Detective chief inspector Barnaby, played by John Nettles,  skillfully navigates the difficulties of country life and why there is suddenly an enormous amount of murder victims turning up every week or so.