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Line of Duty's Adrian Dunbar: 'I didn't think the show would last'

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

He may have been on a hit TV show, but Adrian Dunbar has not been immune to Covid-19.
In and amongst great spring weather the Northern Irish-born actor has been toughing out indoors in Highgate, North London.
Dunbar told Mike Hosking the country has been taken by complete surprise, and was "a bit slow on the uptake".
Pandemics aside, Line of Duty is a cop drama that has completed five seasons since starting in 2012. The most recent season, which wrapped up in mid-2019, averaged just under 12.9 million viewers per episode.
The show is the most popular drama series on BBC in the multi-channel era and won a host of awards, including the Royal Television Society Award and Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Drama Series.
But Dunbar admits he did not think the series was going to last long.
"Luckily it got recommissioned for the BBC for a second series, and about half way though season two people started to get really interested in it."
LISTEN TO MIKE HOSKING'S INTERVIEW WITH ADRIAN DUNBAR ABOVE.
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