• I've interviewed British author David Hewson over on the Huffington Post UK about his new novelisation of The Killing. It's a big book, intricate, with a new twist to the story at the end. 'This was not a standard TV tie-in,' he told me. 'It is different in significant ways.' The book will be launched at CrimeFest in Bristol next month. Read all about it here.
• Meanwhile, ITV has put Doors Open into production – an art heist story based on a novel by one of Britain's best writers, Rebus creator Ian Rankin. An interesting cast includes Stephen Fry as the art expert Prof Gissing and Dougie Henshall as the rich guy who decides to rip-off a bank's private art collection. ITV are also just about to start filming The Bletchley Circle, about a former wartime code-breaker who believes she has spotted a pattern in the murders of two women. This stars Anna Maxwell Martin, Rachael Stirling, Sophie Rundle and Julie Graham.
• At Home with Noonans is a slice of real gang life. It is investigative journalist Donal MacIntyre's follow-up to his award-winning documentary A Very British Gangster. The new eye-opening series, on the Crime & Investigation Network (Sundays, 10pm), follows key members of the family and associates. Filmed over ten years, it's a close-up look at a family in a community ravaged by crime, meeting a variety of characters along the way – call girls, hit men, doormen, rioters, priests, cage fighters, Irish republicans, actors and rappers. It has some extraordinary moments.