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 McGovernGenre:
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 ArmstrongGenre:
Release date: 15 November 2005 (UK)
Three-part BBC television adaptation of the novel by Sarah Waters, set in Victorian London.
Director: Aisling Walsh
Writer(s): Sarah Waters (novel) | Peter Ransley (screenplay)
Role: Maud Lilly
Cast: Sally Hawkins, Imelda Staunton, Rupert Evans, Charles Dance, Stephen WightGenre:
Release date: 27 March 2005 (UK)
Claire Ryan, a young woman with a strange relationship to the truth, is left literally holding the baby when her doting, not to mention gorgeous, boyfriend James discovers that the child he thought was his is actually the result of a previous relationship.
Director: Kieron J. Walsh
Writer(s): Colin Bateman (screenplay), Marian Keyes (novel)
Role: Anna Ryan
Cast: Anna Friel, Brenda Fricker, Ciarán McMenamin, Sean McGinleyGenre:
Release date: 16 April 2003
Professor Challenger reveals the existence of a remote plateau in the Amazon jungle where dinosaurs have survived. He returns there leading an expedition.
Director: Stuart Orme
Writer(s): Arthur Conan Doyle (novel), Adrian Hodges |
Role: Agnes Cluny
Cast: Bob Hoskins, James Fox, Matthew Rhys, Peter FalkGenre:
Release date: 6 October 2002