Don't confuse the working class with the welfare class
We're experiencing a glut of good drama, the likes of which we have never seen before. You could even argue that we're going through a Golden Age of TV. Last Tuesday saw one perfect example - The Moorside.
This wasn't just based on the infamous Shannon Matthews abduction case from nearly a decade ago - it seemed at times like an exact recreation. Using recorded testimony from the key players and featuring the ultra reliable Sheridan Smith as a concerned neighbour who rallied her community, the programme, and the subsequent response to it, raised some uncomfortable questions both in Britain and, if we're honest, for us in Ireland.
First, a quick recap, for those who either can't remember or simply put the case out of their mind.