James Nesbitt is to return to Belfast to begin filming a new BBC drama about the Troubles.
Nesbitt will star in a one-off programme called Five Minutes of Heaven, which will be set in Belfast and is a dramatised version of the real life story of 17-year-old Alistair Little, a member of the UVF, who in 1975 murdered 19-year-old Catholic Jim Griffin in Lurgan.
Little was arrested two weeks later along with three others involved in the shooting and convicted.
He served 12 and a half years in prison.
Jim's murder was witnessed by his 11-year-old brother Joe Griffin. Nesbitt is expected to play Joe in adulthood.
Written by Guy Hibbert, Five Minutes of Heaven will begin shooting at the end of May.