Last night’s TV: what Telegraph reviewers made of Rose West & Myra Hindley: The Untold Story and Ghosts

We were promised revelations, but all we got was titbits from a documentary on West and Hindley, while Ghosts continues to be good, daft fun

Trevor McDonald looked into the stories of the UK's two most notorious female serial killers
Trevor McDonald looked into the stories of the UK's two most notorious female serial killers Credit: ITV
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1. Rose West and Myra Hindley: The Untold Story. ITV

★★☆☆☆

The advance publicity for Rose West and Myra Hindley: The Untold Story claimed it would reveal the evidence of their lesbian affair. It didn’t. There were no great revelations, unless you had hitherto considered Britain’s two most notorious female serial killers to be nice people. “What was she like as a person?” Sir Trevor McDonald asked a former inmate, Linda Calvey, who had been locked up with Hindley at HMP Durham. “I didn’t like Myra. I found her to be quite a sinister character,” Calvey replied, in what you might term a statement of the bleeding obvious.

Read the rest of Anita Singh's review here

2. Ghosts, series 2, episode 1, BBC One

★★★☆☆

Jim Howick in the BBC sitcom Ghosts Credit: BBC

Fictional worlds need their own internal logic. In Ghosts, a former Army captain spends each morning running a lap and trying to beat his personal best. But his time never changes. “Blast. Well, keep at it. Maybe I need to try some new stretches or something,” he harrumphs. Then someone explains: “Maybe you can’t really get any faster, because you can’t build muscle, what with you being… dead.”

Read the rest of Anita Singh's review here