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This article argues that while Dennis Potter's television drama series 'The Singing Detective' is commonly celebrated for its multilayered narrative and the post-modern way that it played with genre, another of its critical features has remained relatively neglected: the sustained narrative pleasure that it afforded. It suggests that Potter allowed viewers the deep immersive experience of realist TV drama and storytelling, even while he was experimenting with narrative, so providing a bridgedoi:10.1386/josc.4.3.309_1 fatcat:esocgfhar5cbnp67nsekpt2szi