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31Oct

Dark Heart: pacy and gripping, a quality thriller! Begins tonight 9pm on ITV

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Tonight's the night!! For the next 3 weeks, we will be able to enjoy Tom Riley as DI Will Wagstaffe on our screens TWICE a week in ITV series Dark Heart. Part 1 of episode 1 starts 9pm on ITV, with part 2 tomorrow night. 

30Oct

Dark Heart: Tom on changing costumes in pub toilets & strip clubs

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An interesting new interview with Tom Riley promoting ITV series Dark Heart has been shared by Drama Quarterly, who chatted to Tom when he was in LA. He briefly mentions The Toll Road, as well as the challenges of costume changes when filming the 6 episodes in London. Read it in full on the website. Dark Heart begins tomorrow night at 9pm on ITV, and continues on Thursday night. 

29Oct

Dark Heart: Sunday Brunch interview stills online

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Yesterday morning, Tom Riley was hilarious as one of the guests on Channel 4's Sunday Brunch. Not only can you still watch the programme online for a month, some fantastic photos of Tom on the programme have been shared.

29Oct

Dark Heart: BBC Breakfast interview on iPlayer for 24 hours

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Tom Riley appeared on BBC Breakfast this morning, with co-star Miranda Raison, to promote new series ITV Dark Heart. If you missed the broadcast, it is available to watch again on BBC iPlayer. But be quick! It is only around for 24 hours! Watch if you can, it was a wonderfully entertaining interview. 

28Oct

Dark Heart: catch up with Tom's Sunday Brunch & Radio London interviews

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Tom Riley was interviewed on Channel 4's Sunday brunch and BBC Radio London's Gaby Roslin Show today. For those who missed them, or may not have easy access to see and hear the interviews, there is some good news. Both programmes will be available to see and hear online via catch-up. Even better, the Gaby Roslin interview is available ouside UK! 

Check the Channel 4 website to catch up with Tom's brilliant appearance on Sunday Brunch when it is uploaded.

28Oct

Dark Heart: Tom on choosing his detective for life

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An interesting new interview with Tom Riley discussing new series Dark Heart was included in a Saturday Magazine yesterday (scan above). Apparently Tom has picked his detective for life! The second scan above is from this week's TV & Satellite Magazine, complete with strange photoshop photo. 

Dark Heart begins 9pm on Wednesday 31st October on ITV, part 1 of a 2 part story. Part 2 is broadcast at 9pm on Thursday. The 6 part series is aired over 3 weeks, 2 nights a week.  

27Oct

Dark Heart: Tom chats about stunts, filming challenges, and being a low key hoarder

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A fantastic interview with Tom Riley has been shared here by ITV to promote new series Dark Heart. Tom chats about the series stunts, filming challenges, and being a low key hoarder. For those interested in the filming locations for Dark Heart, this site has shared an article and a couple of brilliant action photos from the series. One in particular for Da Vinci's Demons fans. 

27Oct

Dark Heart: BBC Radio 2 interview now on iPlayer

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For those fans who missed Tom Riley's interview with Graham Norton on his BBC Radio 2 show today, it is now available to listen again on BBC iPlayer! Highlights include: Tom's music choices, describing the new series of Dark Heart, and explaining that he may look a bit different in some new scenes in the first episodes, as he lost a lot of weight since filming in 2016. And he was very thin then!

26Oct

Dark Heart: Tom chats about sex scenes & changing his appearance for roles

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A fascinating new interview with Tom Riley, along with the above gorgeous photo, has been shared here to promote new series Dark Heart. I disagree strongly with the bags under the eyes comment, mind! Read the interview in full on the site. Dark Heart starts 9pm Wednesday 31st October on ITV.

25Oct

Dark Heart: fantastic crime drama

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This week's Closer magazine has a great preview for Dark Heart, describing it as a fantastic crime drama. They also describe Tom Riley's DI Wagstaffe as a 'pretty boy' (see above scan)... Available to buy online via Press Reader or in newsagents. 

This is one of those crime dramas you won’t be able to tear yourself away from. Even more so if seriously gruesome murders are your thing ...