Television

When her husband, Lee, is murdered, Sarah Manning comes to realise that she knows nothing about his past.


Director: Kenneth Glenaan

Writer(s): Ron Hutchinson

Role: Sarah Manning

Cast: Morten Suurballe, Angeline Ball, Lisa Hogg, Paul Popowich

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: 12a

Release date: 1 October 2017

Follows a group of police officers on the front line wondering what they did to end up where they are on the ugly side of Manchester.


Director: David Kerr, Catherine Morshead, Misha Manson-Smith, Harry Bradbeer

Writer(s): Paul Abbott, Paul Tomalin, Jack Lothian, Jimmy Dowall, Mark Grieg

Role: DC Dinah Kowalska

Cast: Joanna Scanlan, Julie Clerehugh, Colin Salmon, Will Mellor, Paul Ritter, Alexandra Roach

Genre:
  • comedy
  • crime
  • drama

Rating: 15

Release date: 5 May 2015

Set in a north of England town, the programme follows shopworker Denise Lovett as she struggles to make her way to the top after managing to gain a lowly position as a salesgirl at ‘The Paradise’, the town’s newly opened upmarket department store.


Role: Katherine Glendenning

Cast: Joanna Vanderham, Emun Elliott, Stephen Wight

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: pg

Release date: 6 October 2013

When his father’s World War II war medal is posted to him, Henry decides to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding his death. But is Henry prepared for the truth?


Director: David Moore

Writer(s): Michelle Magorian (novel), Michael Chaplin

Role: Maureen

Cast: Josh Bolt, Charlie May-Clark, John Henshaw

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: 15

Release date: 18 December 2011

A chronicle of a New York family as seen through the eyes of a charming yet self-destructive Broadway composer.


Director: Kathryn Bigelow

Writer(s): John Logan (screenplay)

Role: Brona McKinney

Cast: Lee Pace, Eddie Redmayne, Hope Davis, Frank Langella, Daniel Davis, Remy Nozik, Patti LuPone, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Norbert Leo Butz, Linus Roache, Stark Sands

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: na

Release date: Never released

Harper’s Island was once the scene of a gruesome series of murders.


Role: Abby Mills

Cast: Christopher Gorham, Matt Barr, Gina Holden, Katie Cassidy, C.J. Thomason

Genre:
  • drama
  • horror
  • mystery

Rating: 15

Release date: 9 April 2009 (USA)

Dr Hoo is an environmentally conscious, vegetarian Welshman with a multiple personality disorder whose real name is Mr Hugh.


Writer(s): Stephen Lord

Role: Zara

Cast: Richard Burgi, Ian Hart, Stephen Lord, Gary McDonald

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: na

Release date: 27 February 2009 (UK)

This romantic comedy revolves around Barry, a down on his luck actor whose life and career has fallen to bits since he was dumped by his highflying girlfriend.


Director: Nicholas Renton

Writer(s): Stuart Carolan, Barry Murphy

Role: Annie Mulcahy

Cast: Andrew Scott, Anthony Morris, David Murray

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: pg13

Release date: 3 August 2008 (Ireland)

It’s the Edwardian era. The Honeychurches – Marian Honeychurch and her two just of age children Lucy Honeychurch and Freddy Honeychurch – are a carefree and fun-loving family that live in the country town of Summer Street, Surrey.


Director: Nicholas Renton

Writer(s): E.M. Forster (novel), Andrew Davies (screenplay)

Role: Lucy Honeychurch

Cast: Laurence Fox, Rafe Spall, Sophie Thompson, Timothy Spall, Sinéad Cusack, Elizabeth McGovern

Genre:
  • drama

Rating: 12

Release date: 13 April 2008

Ghost Squad is an unofficial top secret Internal Affairs unit that recruits former police officers who’ve proved their honesty during their service and sends them undercover to investigate and root out corruption within the police.


Role: Amy Harris

Cast: Emma Fielding, Jonas Armstrong

Genre:
  • crime
  • drama

Rating: 15

Release date: 15 November 2005 (UK)

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