This competition is now closed!
More from the much-loved French detective Julien Baptiste, played by the inimitable Tchéky Karyo (The Patriot, La Femme Nikita), who we first encountered in the very successful TV drama The Missing Series 1 & 2, and who has now his own show: Baptiste.
Following its run on BBC One this gripping six-part crime drama is coming out on DVD on 8th April 2019 courtesy of Acorn Media International and we have a copy of it to give away to one of our readers.
Julien and his wife have moved to Amsterdam, and here his ex-girlfriend, the Chief of Police, asks for his help with a case. Baptiste becomes heavily involved in this case which exposes the dark underbelly of the trade in sex and drugs hidden amongst the beautiful streets, canals and houses of the city.
Joining our favourite detective is a stellar cast including Tom Hollander (The Night Manager, Rev) and Jessica Raine (Patrick Melrose, Call the Midwife).
From Harry and Jack Williams, the creators of ‘The Missing’
Release Date: 8 April 2019 on DVD RRP: £24.99
Running Time: 6 x 60 mins approx. Cert.: 15 TBC
Special features: Cast and Crew Interviews
To enter the competition please answer the following question:
In which drama did Tchéky Karyo first appear as detective Julien Baptiste?
There are four ways to enter:
- you can enter by commenting with your answer on this article on our website london-olios.com
- like our facebook page London-Olios and comment with your answer on the correct competition article. Sharing would be nice but is not necessary.
- FOLLOW our Twitter page @londonolios, RETWEET the pinned competition tweet and REPLY with your answer.
- Follow us on our Instagram page @londonolios and comment with your answer.
You can enter once via each channel (duplicate entries will be deleted) and each time you do, your answer or comment will count as a separate entry, so you can have four chances to win. You can enter until midnight on Sunday, April 14th 2019. There is one prize only and the winner will be drawn at random, contacted privately and announced on the London-Olios website. The winner has two weeks to claim their prize; if a prize goes unclaimed, we will have another draw.
Entry to the competition is open to everybody 18 years or older with an address in Europe. This competition is being run by London-Olios and NOT by Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Find more competitions at The Prizefinder!