Eagled-eye viewers will once again spot Bolton on TV as production crews have been in town this week filming.

Three different productions have been shooting scenes in the borough.

Scenes for the second series of forensic crime drama Traces, which stars Line of Duty's Martin Compston, have been shot in the town centre.

On Monday filming took place at the Magistrates Court and in the library lecture theatre and while on Tuesday the crew took to the former TKMaxx in Crompton Place.

It's not known which actors were in town this week, but back in April Corporation Street was transformed into the aftermath of a bomb explosion and actors Laura Fraser (who plays Professor Sarah Gordon) and Michael Nardone (D.I. Neil McKinven) were spotted.

The series, produced by RED production Company, is based on an original idea by best-selling crime writer Val McDermid.

Meanwhile additional filming of Alma's Not Normal, written by Bolton comedian Sophie Willan, happened at Carrs Pasties on Corporation Street and Olympus Chippy.

Film crews for new drama The Rising, produced by Sky Studios, took to the former BHS site in Victoria Square.

The eight-part supernatural crime thriller follows the story of Neve Kelly, played by Clara Rugaard, who discovers that she is dead.

When she realises she's been murdered, she's determined to find her killer to get justice.

The series will star a line up of young emerging talent including Clara as Neve, Nenda Neururer, as Alex Wyatt, and Solly McLeod as Joseph Wyatt, Alex’s cousin and Neve’s boyfriend.

The leader of Bolton Council has praised the filming for boosting the local economy.

Cllr David Greenhalgh, said:“Despite a challenging year for filming and TV production, Bolton continues to be a destination of choice for the UK’s programme makers.

“This is a direct result of the hard work that has gone into supporting filming in the borough, and delivers a significant boost to the local economy.

“Bolton is becoming a regular fixture on primetime TV, helping promote the area to a national and international audience.”