New ‘Line of Duty’ series could be on the way


SPECULATION is rife that a new series of BBC One hit drama ‘Line of Duty’ could be on the way. Since it first aired in 2012, the series has kept viewers on the edge of their seats as Superintendent Ted Hastings, played by Enniskillen’s Adrian Dunbar, and his team aimed to rid the force from […]


Actor Adrian Dunbar has revolutionary idea for new book


By John Carney AFTER playing a police officer, it’s an Irish revolutionary that Enniskillen actor Adrian Dunbar now has his sights set on. Speaking on the “Out for Lunch, with Jay Rayner” podcast, Mr Dunbar revealed he was considering writing a script about Easter Rising leader James Connolly. After starring as Superintendent Ted Hastings in […]


Dunbar’s urging people to speak out about mental health


By Mark McGoldrick ENNISKILLEN actor Adrian Dunbar is once again supporting the Hope, Healing and Growth event to raise money for the Aisling Centre. The famous actor, most notable for playing the part of the DCI Ted Hasting in BBC One’s thriller Line of Duty, is urging people to think about their mental health and […]


Lockdown the game changer for GAA star


While the Fermanagh duo of Adrian Dunbar and Nigel Boyle were grabbing the major news headlines for playing their role in BBC One’s hit show ‘Line of Duty’, perhaps the most surprising moment for  Fermanagh people was to see the former Erne attacking ace Tomás Corrigan patrol the corridors of Hillside Lane Prison as he […]


Adrian Dunbar reveals father was inspiration for famous quote


FERMANAGH’S very own TV superstar Adrian Dunbar has revealed his late father Sean was the inspiration for some of his now famous Line of Duty quotes. The Enniskillen man turned many a familiar Fermanagh phrase into what have become known as ‘Tedisms’ on the hit BBC show, in which he played Supt Ted Hastings. Possibly […]


From the forward line to ‘Line of Duty’ for Tomás


AS ‘Line of Duty’ reached its climax on Sunday night last, Fermanagh man Adrian Dunbar and his AC-12 colleagues cracked the case and exposed DSI Ian Buckells, played by Roslea descendant Nigel Boyle, as the fourth man in the corrupt police organisation ‘H’. As the show drew to a conclusion, long-term crime suspect Darren Hunter […]