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White House Farm

  • 2018
  • Season 1
  • 6 episodes
  • Drama
  • Education

Summary

Factual drama based on the notorious Whitehouse Farm murders, and the ensuing police investigation and court case.

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Episode 3: White House Farm

Summary

After a vital discovery at the farm, Stan and Mick feel closer to shoring up their own suspicions about Jeremy. The arrival of Brett, a friend from New Zealand (played by Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen), increases tensions between Jeremy and Julie, while Ann grows ever more alarmed and suspicious of her cousin Jeremy's behaviour, and his handling of the family estate. As preparations for the inquest continue, Stan is concerned that if the bodies are released for cremation, vital evidence will be lost for ever.
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Review

“Bereaved” and supposedly grief-stricken Jeremy Bamber strolls around the scene of his family’s massacre, White House Farm, with a wholly inappropriate, swaggering proprietary air. “Most of the goodies are upstairs,” he cheerily tells a friend as he sets about selling his family’s valuables.

Freddie Fox is remarkably good as the narcissistic, damaged Bamber, whose façade as the tragic figure, the only man left standing, starts to slip and the women in his circle start to find him repellent and creepy.

Bamber has the chance to put on a show for the cameras (the crime obviously attracted huge press attention) as the inquests are opened.

But the police net might be closing in as doughty cop DI Stan Jones (Mark Addy) refuses to accept his boss’s insistence that the massacre was a multiple murder and suicide. And at last he might have evidence to prove it.

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Cast

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David BoutflourRichard Goulding
Peter EatonOliver Dimsdale
Ann EatonGemma Whelan
DS Stan JonesMark Addy
DC Mick ClarkScott Reid
DCI Thomas 'Taff' JonesStephen Graham
DI CresswellDorian Lough
DI Ron CookAndrew Frame
Jeremy BamberFreddie Fox
Julie MugfordAlexa Davies
Colin CaffellMark Stanley
Heather AmosGrace Calder
CS George HarrisSean Gilder
Brett CollinsAlfie Allen
Marcus McBrideTom Christian
Sally JonesMillie Brady
Tracey BrownAmy McCallum
Barbara WilsonAmanda Lawrence
Nevill BamberNicholas Farrell
June BamberAmanda Burton
DI Bob MillerGeorge Whitehead
AbigailAmy-Jane Leigh
Lab assistantCharlotte Bate

Crew

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Executive producerWillow Grylls
Executive producerCharles Pattinson
Executive producerElaine Pyke
Executive producerKris Mrksa

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  • Episode 3

    White House Farm

    Summary

    After a vital discovery at the farm, Stan and Mick feel closer to shoring up their own suspicions about Jeremy. The arrival of Brett, a friend from New Zealand (played by Game of Thrones star Alfie Allen), increases tensions between Jeremy and Julie, while Ann grows ever more alarmed and suspicious of her cousin Jeremy's behaviour, and his handling of the family estate. As preparations for the inquest continue, Stan is concerned that if the bodies are released for cremation, vital evidence will be lost for ever.
    Recommended

    Review

    “Bereaved” and supposedly grief-stricken Jeremy Bamber strolls around the scene of his family’s massacre, White House Farm, with a wholly inappropriate, swaggering proprietary air. “Most of the goodies are upstairs,” he cheerily tells a friend as he sets about selling his family’s valuables.

    Freddie Fox is remarkably good as the narcissistic, damaged Bamber, whose façade as the tragic figure, the only man left standing, starts to slip and the women in his circle start to find him repellent and creepy.

    Bamber has the chance to put on a show for the cameras (the crime obviously attracted huge press attention) as the inquests are opened.

    But the police net might be closing in as doughty cop DI Stan Jones (Mark Addy) refuses to accept his boss’s insistence that the massacre was a multiple murder and suicide. And at last he might have evidence to prove it.

    How to watch

    Loading

    Streaming

    Details

    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    David BoutflourRichard Goulding
    Peter EatonOliver Dimsdale
    Ann EatonGemma Whelan
    DS Stan JonesMark Addy
    DC Mick ClarkScott Reid
    DCI Thomas 'Taff' JonesStephen Graham
    DI CresswellDorian Lough
    DI Ron CookAndrew Frame
    Jeremy BamberFreddie Fox
    Julie MugfordAlexa Davies
    Colin CaffellMark Stanley
    Heather AmosGrace Calder
    CS George HarrisSean Gilder
    Brett CollinsAlfie Allen
    Marcus McBrideTom Christian
    Sally JonesMillie Brady
    Tracey BrownAmy McCallum
    Barbara WilsonAmanda Lawrence
    Nevill BamberNicholas Farrell
    June BamberAmanda Burton
    DI Bob MillerGeorge Whitehead
    AbigailAmy-Jane Leigh
    Lab assistantCharlotte Bate

    Crew

    rolename
    Executive producerWillow Grylls
    Executive producerCharles Pattinson
    Executive producerElaine Pyke
    Executive producerKris Mrksa

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