This book is an excellent coverage of the various aspects of production of Jonathan Creek. The writer and the three principal actors have lengthy interviews. The book is lavisly illustrated in colour and it is very attractively presented.
The first portion is a history of how the series came about - and nearly didn't; of how Alan Davies was cast in the role of Creek and the frustrations David Renwick had in getting the series made.
The middle section has interviews with the cast.
At the end each of the episodes has a double-page spread with a full cast list and some valuable production notes and the odd story.
A superior example of an examination of the production of a TV series.