Fred Vigeant is WITF's Director of Programming and Promotions for TV and Radio. Fred manages the schedules for our radio and television platforms. He also analyzes audience research and manages the public affairs program Smart Talk. Previously, Fred was at WRVO in Oswego, NY for 12 years serving in various roles including Program Director and before that Operations Manager. Fred graduated from the State University of New York College at Oswego with a B.A. in Mass Communications and Broadcasting.
Picture Shows: DI Jack Mooney (ARDAL O’HANLON)
Jack Mooney (Ardal O’Hanlon) is starting to settle in the sun-soaked island of Saint-Marie, and he has some impossible mysteries to solve on Death in Paradise Thursdays at 9:00 PM on WITF beginning January 9.
A champion poker player, apparently poisoned at the table in front of an astonished audience. A novelist, murdered in a plot more surprising than anything he’s ever written. And a spiritual leader, strangled at a time when all the suspects were each other’s alibis.
Jack’s laconic style belies a sharp mind and relentless determination. He’s a brilliant detective, and he’ll need all his instinctive genius to solve these perplexing murders.
Ardal O’Hanlon (Father Ted) is joined by Joséphine Jobert (Sous le soleil de Saint-Tropez), Danny John-Jules (Red Dwarf) and Tobi Bakare (Kingsman: The Secret Service).
This encore broadcast of series 7 of Death in Paradise is only available through our broadcast schedule. It isn’t available on-demand through WITF Passport. An encore of series 8 of Death in Paradise will come to WITF in April and be followed by the summer time premier of series 9.
Broadcasts of all three seasons of Death in Paradise are made possible thanks to your on-going contributions to WITF. Thank you for your on-going support.
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