Programme Information For The First Two Episodes Of 'Inside Man' Released *May contain spoilers*

The BBC have released the programme information for the first two episodes of David Tennant's new thriller Inside Man. 

Inside Man follows a prisoner on death row in the US, a Vicar in a quiet English town, and a maths teacher trapped in a cellar, as they cross paths in the most unexpected way.

The star-studded cast is led by David Tennant (Des), Dolly Wells (The Pursuit Of Love) and Lydia West (It’s A Sin) alongside Stanley Tucci (Feud) in the title role of the Inside Man.

Further casting includes Lyndsey Marshal (Dracula), Atkins Estimond (Hightown), Mark Quarterly (Cursed), Tilly Vosburgh (Maigret), Louis Oliver (Midnight Mass), Kate Dickie (The Witch) and Dylan Baker (Hunters).

Created and written by Steven Moffat, Inside Man is directed by Paul McGuigan, with Alex Mercer as producer. Executive producers are Sue Vertue for Hartswood Films and Ben Irving for the BBC.

The four-part thriller will launch on BBC One at 9pm BST on Monday 26th September with episode 2 at the same time on Tuesday 27th September. The series will conclude on the Monday and Tuesday of the following week.

Check out the episode info below:

Episode 1 - Monday 26th September 9pm BBC One

“Everyone’s a murderer. You just have to meet the right person.”

In the US, a prisoner on death row (Stanley Tucci) is seeking atonement as he faces execution. On a train in England, a journalist (Lydia West) is looking for a story. In a quiet little village, a vicar (David Tennant) is picking up his son’s maths tutor (Dolly Wells) from the station.

All four are about to be entangled in a dilemma that could lead one of them to murder...

Episode 2 - Tuesday 27th September 9pm BBC One

Maths tutor, Janice Fife (Dolly Wells) is trapped in a cellar - but how far is she willing to go to make her escape?

On death row, journalist Beth Davenport (Lydia West) finds herself running an errand for wife killer Jefferson Grieff (Stanley Tucci). And vicar Harry Watling (David Tennant) confronts his verger about a dangerous secret.