Spring Dramas: Indian Summers Versus The Casual Vacancy

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    Will you be tuning in to the BBC1’s star-studded take on a big name book on Sunday evening or opting for Channel 4’s historical spring saga with Julie Walters at the helm?

    Each channel is certainly doing all it can to win the lucrative battle for the 9pm slot. The BBC snapped up the television rights to JK Rowling’s The Casual Vacancy almost as quickly as the book flew off the shelves. While Indian Summers is Channel 4’s most expensive drama series ever – apparently costing around £14m to cast, film and produce in Malaysia.

    Which one will everyone be talking about on Monday? Get the lowdown and watch the trailers before you decide what’s worth watching…

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