Based on the novel by James Herbert, this drama follows parallel storylines that chronicle strange events at a mysterious building where secrets from the past threaten the sanity of its modern-day inhabitants. In the present day, London couple Eve and Gabe relocate to the North with their daughters in an attempt to get over the disappearance of their young son a year earlier. They move into the grand old Crickley Hall, where it is hoped the change of scenery will give Eve some comfort. Then strange things start happening. Meanwhile, in 1943, Nancy begins work as a tutor at the Crickley Hall orphanage. But as she gets to know the children better, she becomes concerned for their welfare - and suspicious of the mysterious manager Augustus Cribben.
The Secret of Crickley Hall. BBC1: 9.00pm
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