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TV adaptation of Graham Norton's book 'Holding' to air on SBS

TV adaptation of Graham Norton's book 'Holding' to air on SBS

Graham Norton’s debut novel, Holding, has been adapted for the small screen and will air on SBS TV.

Graham Norton is best known for hosting a popular talk show, ‘The Graham Norton Show’. His novel, Holding, was adapted for tv by writers Dominic Treadwell-Collins and Karen Cogan.

Set in the remote Irish village of Dunneen, the novel follows Sergeant PJ Collins as he attempts to solve a case when human remains are discovered on an old farm.

The four-part series stars, Siobhán McSweeney who plays the leading role as BrId, and Conleth Hill plays the role of Collins.

Holding premiers exclusively in Australia on SBS and at SBS On Demand on 12 May at 9.30pm. Episodes air weekly.

Check out our review of the book here:

“Graham Norton, a popular television host and presenter, has created a darkly humorous and touching debut novel. Short, sharp chapters and a sleek, apparently effortless style encourages the reader to stay up late to finish this exciting page-turner. “