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“Messing with minds and leaving viewers and readers up to their necks in the unspeakable – that’s absolutely my ambition" New Zealand Listener, 2011

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Neil Cross discusses his novel Luther: The Calling, for Simon and Schuster UK

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Luther - Ep1 Extended Inside Look - BBC America 2010

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Authors Revealed: Neil Cross, for Simon and Schuster Books

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Eight months to Mars - Neil Cross - Radio New Zealand National

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Neil Cross on his novels Natural History and Burial, for Simon and Schuster UK

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“Even if I wasn’t paid to write the novels, I would still write them” Dominion Post 2011

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BBC Radio 4 Front Row: presenter Mark Lawson speaks with Neil, 5 March 2009 (@ 19:37)

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Luther Series One trailer (BBC One)

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Neil discusses his novel Luther: The Calling, and Luther TV, on the Simon and Schuster author podcast

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Neil Cross on his novel Captured, for Simon and Schuster UK

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"Most human evil is a function of circumstance" Venue (Bristol)

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Luther Creator Neil Cross Talks Alice - Luther - Series 2 - BBC One

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Neil Cross on his novel Natural History, for Simon and Schuster UK

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Radio New Zealand: Saturday Morning with Finlay Macdonald, April 10 2010

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Neil Cross on Spooks and Luther, for TV.com (Australia)

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Luther Creator Neil Cross Talks London - Luther - Series 2 - BBC One

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Radio New Zealand: interview with Chris Whitta, Monday 1 June 2009

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Radio New Zealand National review of The Calling on Nine-to-noon

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Luther Creator Neil Cross Talks Luther - Luther - Series 2 - BBC One

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Introducing Neil Cross, for Simon and Schuster UK

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Luther - Ep1 Extended Inside Look for BBC America

Luther - Series 1

...the actors' skill - and Cross' admirable ability to explore his characters' boundaries without either calcifying or forsaking them - allows "Luther" to be superhuman in both the ordinary and extraordinary sense.

Los Angeles Times

Luther - Series 2

“Gritty, brooding, emotionally raw . . . whatever you call it, Luther is powerful TV.”

San Francisco Chronicle

Luther - Series 3

It gets darker, scarier and more captivating with each episode as Luther matches wits with killers and cops alike . . . the outstanding Elba broods like no other actor, and adds nuance to the series beyond the excellent writing of series creator Neil Cross and his team

Sunday Mirror