The second series of the S4C drama, Parch, came to a hauntingly ambiguous end two Sundays ago, having delighted audiences for eight weeks with its fine ensemble cast, its compelling central mysteries, its dalliances with the metaphysical and its keen insights into the compulsions of its corporeal characters. Whereas the first series focused on Carys […]
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