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Conor Coyle

Adrian Dunbar to explore Co Fermanagh roots in two upcoming TV series

Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar was spotted filming for a new ITV series in Enniskillen this week ahead of his appearance in another Channel 5 series later this month.

The Enniskillen native returned to his roots with a visit to the Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel where he was revealed to be filming for upcoming ITV series DNA Journey, where famous faces delve into their family history.

Adrian was snapped with Men Behaving Badly star Neil Morrissey, with the local hotel saying it was fantastic to welcome the pair.

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”Fantastic to welcome Adrian Dunbar and Neil Morrissey to @killyhevlin who are in the area filming for an upcoming episode of DNA Journey,” the hotel said in a social media post.

“Adrian and Neil will reveal surprising truths about their bloodlines in this exploratory documentary.”

The Line of Duty actor, who plays Superintendent Ted Hastings in the popular show, will explore more of his Co Fermanagh roots in series to be broadcast on Channel 5 this month.

‘Adrian Dunbar: My Ireland’ will see the actor travelling to some of his favourite locations across the island, where viewers will get a ‘rare glimpse’ into his childhood in Enniskillen.

Adrian Dunbar and Neil Morrissey at the Killyhevlin Hotel (Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel & Lodges)

The show is set to be broadcast on Wednesday 23 November at 8pm.

“Adrian Dunbar is back! In this second series for Channel 5 he’s sharing some of his favourite locations in The Emerald Isle – his home, and taking us along to new places he’s always wanted to get to and people he’s always wanted to meet,” a description for the programme reads.

“The shows are jam packed with incredible beauty, food, and history. This time we get personal with a rare glimpse into Adrian’s childhood as he takes to the waterways and reconnects with his home town of Enniskillen, to stargazing just as he did as a young lad.

“We’ll also join him as he meets old pals in his local pub to share a song...or two! With the memories will be the new as Adrian discovers places he’s always wanted to visit, but never found the time.”


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