Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar must be feeling right at home on set as he is joined by three fellow Fermanagh natives for the filming of series five of the police crime drama.

Anthony Breen, Jack Gourley and Luke McGinley, who all hail from Adrian's home county of Fermanagh, have been working as crew behind the scenes on series five of the BBC drama, which has been filming in Belfast since September.

Line of Duty is set to return to screens in early 2019 with Adrian Dunbar reprising his lead role as Superintendent Ted Hastings, head of police anti-corruption unit AC-12. Also returning are Vicky McClure as Detective Sergeant Kate Fleming and Martin Compston as Detective Sergeant Steve Arnott.

Stephen Graham (Save Me, Taboo, This Is England) will star as guest lead in Line Of Duty series five. Stephen will play John Corbett alongside Rochenda Sandall (Girlfriends, Broken) as Lisa McQueen - two pivotal figures in a deadly organised crime group.

Series five, written and created by Jed Mercurio and made by World Productions for BBC One, will follow a new case for AC-12 set nearly two years on from the hit crime drama's previous instalment.

Adrian Dunbar said: “Every time we open the scripts and every time Jed does it again. It’s great to be back with my Belfast family, even if the children appear to be a little wayward…"

Showrunner Jed Mercurio said: "After the hysteria surrounding Bodyguard, it's a relief to be back in the day job. I'm delighted to be working with the old gang and welcoming our brilliant newcomers led by Stephen Graham and Rochenda Sandall."

Produced by Ken Horn, Line Of Duty's executive producers are Jed Mercurio, Simon Heath and Priscilla Parish for World Productions, and Tommy Bulfin for BBC One. The series will be directed by John Strickland and Susan Tully, and was commissioned for BBC One by Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content, and Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama. Line of Duty is made with support from Northern Ireland Screen and will return to BBC One in 2019.