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Line of Duty season 6: How to hear the Obsessed With Line Of Duty podcast

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Craig Parkinson has presented the Obsessed with Line of Duty podcast (Picture: BBC/Steffan Hill)

The Line of Duty series six finale is just hours away, and once it airs and the dust settles, you might want to head for the Obsessed with Line of Duty podcast to get post-episode analysis.

Over the past six weeks, AC-12 has investigated the murder of journalist Gail Vella and the actions of DCI Jo Davidson, played by Kelly Macdonald.

A new trailer released ahead of episode seven also hinted that identity of the ‘H’, a high-ranking officer at the head of an organised crime group, might be revealed.

There’s only 60 more minutes left of this series and we’re ready to be left with more questions than answers (but also, really not ready at all).

So if you’ve found yourself obsessed with Line of Duty, here’s what you need to know about the podcast.

What is Obsessed With Line Of Duty and who hosts it?

Throughout series six, the podcast Obsessed With Line of Duty has been hosted by actor Craig Parkinson.

The series breaks down each episode alongside famous fans such as Sarah Millican and Sanjeev Bhaskar, and Line of Duty stars old and new including Martin Compston, Vicky McClure and Neil Morrissey.

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The show’s main trio have appeared on the podcast (Picture: BBC/World Productions)

Craig is no stranger to AC-12 himself, having played corrupt officer DI Matthew ‘Dot’ Cottan until series three.

He has been gleefully teasing fans on Twitter each week and no doubt already has the lowdown on what is sure to be an explosive finale.

The show was previously hosted by Lolly Adefope and Brett Goldstein.

It is part of the BBC’s Obsessed With…series of podcasts with previous runs focusing on Killing Eve and I May Destroy You.

How to hear the podcast

Obsessed with Line of Duty is available to listen to on the BBC Sounds website and app, with new episodes usually coming out on Tuesdays.

The latest episode, an interview with creator Jed Mercurio, dropped on Saturday April 29.

We have just one episode to go until the next instalment of the podcast arrives – will H be unmasked?

Line of Duty airs tonight at 9pm on BBC One.

Credit: Original article published here.

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