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Whodunnit that disappears down a rabbit-hole: ITV1's The Playboy Bunny Murder reviewed

18 November 2023

9:00 AM

18 November 2023

9:00 AM

The Playboy Bunny Murder


The Remarkable Journey of Bernard Levin


Perhaps unfairly, Marcel Theroux does rather bring to mind Dannii Minogue. Not only does he look very similar to his more famous sibling, but when not writing (pretty good) novels, he’s in the same line of work: like Louis, he makes TV documentaries that feature much brow-furrowing.

His latest was a neat fit for ITV1’s continuing obsession with true crime.

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