Several things are already mentioned concerning Waking the Dead, the ongoing sublime series on Cold Cases with a stunning lead by Trevor Eve.
But there are no doubts whatsoever in my mind: this is one of the best television series ever. I agree with others that the story whereas showing dead bodies is concerned tends to be under the influence of the fast lane shorties from CSI and that the Boyd character is not everybody's cup of tea. But hey, that's part of the multi-layer stories, giving that great chemistry with Sue Johnston's Grace Fohley. They work magic on the screen. And when you add all the good things up, it is impossible not to enjoy this fully. I know we live in an age where viewers want to critize everything to dead, never content or excited enough in any way. Those people leave the cinema after watching Die Hard 4.0 and will say 'oh, well, there was not a lot of action was there?'
Stop doing that, it feels like brooding on criticism to be able to write a review. This morning I watched the episode 'Subterraneans'. I was glued to my chair for two hours, enjoying one of the best episodes ever. The acting, camera-work, the 'will-the-wife-realize' feeling, the parallel lines in story telling. It's sublime.
If you cannot enjoy this cold case supremacy (provided you like this sort of thing), nothing will work for you.