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The Diplomat started airing recently, following consulate worker Laura Simmonds (played by Sophie Rundle) as she aided British nationals in distress in Spain. The six-part series sees Laura and her team trying to help UK tourists caught up in various plights no matter how big or small from stolen or lost passports to becoming victims of crime. The show was written by Party Animals and Cobra’s Ben Richards, who wanted to explore this world which hasn’t often been depicted on screen previously.

The show airs weekly on UKTV’s Alibi channel and features guest cast members, who appear in each instalment for a story of the week.

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