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The long awaited second season of the primetime Sunday evening show, Home Fires, finally returned to ITV last night.
Starring acclaimed actors including Samantha Bond and Francesca Annis, series two picks up in the summer of 1940 where the village of Great Paxford is caught up in... Read More
Tune into ITV tonight for brand new multi-stranded crime drama Marcella, written by screenwriter and novelist Hans Rosenfeldt, scored by Lorne Balfe, and starring Anna Friel... Read More
The BBC's wonderfully ballsy and candid TV film, The C Word, has been nominated for two BAFTAs - Best Single Drama and Best Leading Actress (Sheridan Smith).
Beautifully scored by Maurizio Malagnini with a contemporary minimalistic score mixing electronica and orchestra, and described this week as... Read More
Huge congratulations to Ólafur Arnalds and Anne Dudley on their nominations for Best Original Score to Broadchurch and Poldark, respectively.
Full list of nominees here.... Read More
The brave and powerful contemporary BBC drama, Murdered By My Father, which tells the devastating true story of the honour killing of a young asian girl, debuted last night on iPlayer and will be available to watch on BBC One next week.
Not to be missed. See this Telegraph... Read More
Tune in to BBC One tomorrow night for the intriguing new Fifty Fathoms/Keshet UK six-part drama, The A Word, scored by Rob Lane. Read more for trailer... Read More
I wanted to add my own words to the tributes pouring out to Sir George Martin. The last time I heard from him was in May last year when he wrote to me about the fragility of life on hearing that my father had sadly... Read More
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Matt Dunkley's Six Cycles is released on Village Green on March 11, with an E.P. of remixes following shortly after. Also available to download now on iTunes... Read More