Settle yourself down for a Danish double whammy this evening as Borgen comes to an epic conclusion. This political drama's had us hooked for the past few weeks so we're both 'delirah' and devastated that we've already reached episodes 9 and 10. This weekend Brigitte's daughter's condition deteriorates and she's forced to admit her to a private psychiatric hospital. When the press find out all hell breaks loose and the PM has no choice but to take indefinite leave. Can Kasper and Sejro persuade her to return to office before the election? Or will Labour Chairman Hans-Christian Thorsen take her place?
Borgen. BBC4: 9.00pm
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