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Filming has started on the French Caribbean island of Guadeloupe for the tenth anniversary series of BBC One’s Death In Paradise, making it one of the first BBC single camera dramas to start filming since lockdown.
 

Red Planet Pictures have worked closely with industry bodies, other production companies and the BBC to develop a detailed Covid-19 protocol policy, implementing various safety measures including social distancing, face coverings and temperature and Covid-19 testing to minimise any risk of infection. There is also a full-time Covid-19 Supervisor on set to make sure the protocols are being implemented correctly and the latest guidance is incorporated into the policy. The health and safety of our cast and crew is paramount and production is working in line with the Guadeloupe advice as well as the industry guidelines. 

Returning to the island to reprise their roles are Ralf Little as D.I. Neville Parker, Don Warrington as Commissioner Selwyn Patterson, Tobi Bakare as D.S. JP Hooper and Elizabeth Bourgine as Mayor Catherine Bordey. 

As well as the usual baffling murders, intriguing puzzles and famous guest stars, viewers can expect a few surprises - and these surprises begin with the return of D.S. Florence Cassell, played by Josephine Jobert. 

Executive Producer, Tim Key, said: “We are delighted to be able to start filming and can’t wait to celebrate our tenth series with our audience. It’s a joy to be working with Josephine Jobert again and we think the viewers will love watching her trying to get to grips with Neville. We’ve got some real treats for our long-term viewers as the series progresses - including some major surprises and the possibility of another returning face or two. We are determined to make this our biggest and best series yet and can’t wait to take our viewers back to Saint Marie in 2021.” 

24 July 2020                                            Back to the headlines


 
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