I have finished the six episode which comprise this:
With Jessie Buckley, Jeremy Neumark Jones, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jessica Raine. Aden 1965. This is the story of a British army unit fighting a Yemeni insurgency in the Middle East and the women and children who were there with them.www.imdb.com
As far as a recommendation, all I can say is - don't watch this. It is a shocker. If you are the sort of person who watches a military portrayal on TV and makes comments like: "not enough polish on that Sam Browne" or "put your fcuking hat on" (and who isn't?) this will drive you up the wall. It was filmed around Cape Town as a (very rough) equivalent to Aden and portrays an RMP company carrying out all sorts of duties except what you would expect an RMP company to be doing. The court martial at the end is bizarre. To be fair, the civilian clothes and MQ furniture are well done.
So don't. Please.
This was called out at the time of its premiere broadcast as being utterly pony when this site's esteemed contributors first caught wind of it. But thanks for the confirmation as to its status, old bean. Your service is noted with gratitude.