Resonance – Duncan attempts to spend quality time with his son Fred, but finds it difficult in the face of Sarah’s open hostility, and she informs Duncan that she and her boyfriend Max intend for him never to see Fred again.
Two Worlds – Ed’s pride in his soaring professional achievements – his latest story, a profile of teen ‘monster’ Danny Lyons, is on The Post’s front page – is marred by the arrival of a surprise new colleague at The Post, who attempts to discredit him.
Amina feels defeated in the immediate wake of the Joshua West scandal. Holly, angered by her editor’s floundering leadership, ignores Amina’s request to write a front-page apology on behalf of The Herald and presses on privately with her investigation into the high-profile entrepreneur’s sexual past….
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Pure – Leaving the London flat at which he regularly meets Krystyna, a sex worker, Duncan receives a text from “Matthew” asking for a favour.
Death Knock – London, present day. The Herald, a left-leaning broadsheet struggling to adapt to the age of digital news, and The Post, a thriving populist tabloid, occupy buildings in the same square.
At The Herald, Deputy News Editor Holly Evans is tasked with giving Wendy Bolt, a controversial right-wing commentator and media personality, a tour of the office.