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What's more, there's actually an interesting case at the heart of it. A Touch Of Cloth centres around John Hannah's DCI Jack Cloth. He ticks the traditional boxes: he's heavy drinking, his wife has left him, and he's finding what solace he can in his work. He collects newspaper cuttings, too. Furthermore, he's got a new sidekick, DC Anne Oldman, played by Suranne Jones. This partnership have to get to the bottom of a case, but there's just as much fun keeping an eye out for all the jokes and the background gags that have been woven in.
The DVD joins in the fun, going behind the scenes of the show. There's a making-of piece, for instance, which might help you pick out a few more gags. Then there's a collection of interviews too, as well as a look into the writing process. It's not an exhaustive set, certainly, but what's there is suitably interesting.
A Touch Of Cloth is but the first adventure in a series for DCI Jack Cloth. By the time you get to the end of this one, chances are you'll already be keen to catch up with the next... --Jon Foster
For me I didn't particularly enjoy this.
I watched for about 50 minutes and just had to turn it off.
A great cast but just not my cup of tea. Read more
The thick of it meets Rebus. A tongue in cheek piss take of every British crime drama ever. Well worth the time.Published 4 months ago by Robert McGough
So funny, i new my dad would love it and he did and so did the rest of us as well.Published 6 months ago by Emma
What a load of rubbish we only watched half an hour and turned it off and posted back the next day.....Published 7 months ago by janetheresa