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    • Catastrophe


      27 October 2015 on Channel 4 @ 10pm

      Production Designer - Monica Black

    • Jekyll And Hyde

      Jekyll And Hyde
      October 2015 on ITV1
      Production Designer - Catrin Mereydd
    • Tripped

      October 2015 on E4
      Producion Sound Mixer – Bruce Wills
    • Homeland

      4 October – 29 November 2015 on Channel 4 @ 9pm 
      Script Supervisor – Connie Fyans
    • Da Vinci's Demons

      Da Vinci's Demons
      25 October – 13 December 2015 weekly on Fox @ 9pm  
      Production Designer – Edward Thomas
    • River

      13 October – 17 November 2015 weekly on BBC 1 @ 9pm 
      Make-Up & Hair Designer – Angie Mudge
      Script Supervisor – Alana Marmion-Warr (episodes 3 & 4)
    • The Last Kingdom

      The Last Kingdom
      22 October to 10 December 2015 weekly on BBC2 @ 9pm
      Make-Up & Hair Designer - Kate Benton
      Script Supervisor - Connie Fyans
    • Doctor Who

      Doctor Who: ‘The Girl Who Died’, ‘The Woman Who Lived’
      17, 24 October 2015 on BBC1 @ 9pm
      Editor – Adam Green 
    • Cider With Rosie

      Cider With Rosie
      27 September on BBC1 @ 9pm and on BBC iPlayer until 25 October 2015
      Production Sound Mixer - Alistair Crocker
    • You, Me & The Apocalypse

      You, Me & The Apocalypse
      30 September - 2 December 2015 weekly on Sky1
      Production Designer - Paul Cripps
    • Downton Abbey

      Downton Abbey

      20 September- 8 November 2015 on ITV @ 9pm 

      Historical Advisor - Alastair Bruce

    • This Is England '90

      This Is England '90
      13 September - 4 October 2015 weekly on Channel 4 @ 9pm 
      Hair & Make-Up Designer - Catherine Scoble
    • Mount Pleasant

      Mount Pleasant
      11 September – 2 October 2015  weekly on Sky 1 @ 9pm 
      Editor - Josh Cunliffe (Episode's 1-4)
    • Doctor Foster

      Doctor Foster
      9 September- 7 October 2015 weekly on BBC1 @ 9pm
      Director of Photography - Joel Devlin (Episode's 4 & 5)
      Script Supervisor- Alana Marmion-Warr
    • New Tricks

      New Tricks
      4 August - 6 October 2015 weekly on BBC 1 @ 9pm
      Production Designer - John Collins

Latest news

October 2015


HUGE congratulations to Ed Thomas for his BAFTA Cymru Award for Best Production Design for SET FIRE TO THE STARS!  He was also nomination for DA VINCI’S DEMONS too.


Well done Richard Dyer for his EMMY Award for Outstanding Sound Mixing on GAME OF THRONES!


DOCTOR WHO - ‘The Girl Who Died’ ‘The Woman Who Lived’.

Set in a little Viking village where all the warriors have just been slaughtered.  The Doctor and Clara have 12hrs to train some farmers into warriors……  GAME OF THRONE’s Maisie Williams will join Peter Capaldi  and Jenna Coleman.  Great new villains and monsters along with brilliant old ones in this latest series.

Director– Ed Bazelgette, Producer – Derek Ritchie

Editor – Adam Green


Young ambitious ticket collector Joe is overseeing the last train out of London on a dark and stormy night - the usual collection of passengers on board from the obnoxious teen to the workaholic businesswoman. Suddenly the train screeches to a halt in a forest after hitting something on the tracks, but the investigating driver never returns. Realising an unknown and dangerous threat is lurking in the woods the disparate group of strangers must work together in order to survive a common feral enemy.  Featuring Ed Speleers, Sean Pertwee, Elliot Cowan and Shauna Macdonald HOWL is an action adventure horror that we can’t wait to see!

Director - Paul Hyett, Producers – Ed King, Martin Gentles

Production Sound Mixer - Nigel Albermaniche

Script Supervisor – Liz West


Rhys Ifans and Charlotte Church star in the film adaptation of the Dylan Thomas classic UNDER MILK WOOD.  In this surreal story the Blind Captain, Cat (Rhys Ifans), is tormented in his dreams by his sailor friends lost long ago and we follow the innermost thoughts of the inhabitants of the fictional small Welsh fishing village – Llareggub.

Director- Kevin Allen, Producers - Kevin Allen, Stephen Malit. 

Costume Designer - Charlotte Mitchell


The historical fantasy, DA VINCI’S DEMON’S, kicks off it’s third and final series.  The Renaissance genius faces his biggest challenge yet when the city of Otranto is torn apart by Ottoman invaders, who use da Vinci’s own inventions during the battle.

Directors – Peter Hoar, Mark Everest, Alex Pillai   Exec Producers – David S Goyer, John Shiban   Producer – Matthew Bouch

Production Designer - Edward Thomas


Stellan Skarsgärd plays Detective Inspector John River, a cranky cop traumatized by the death of his partner.  Written and created by Emmy award-winning Abi Morgan, we soon realise that RIVER is about more than just a grumpy detective, he is also brilliant – and haunted by the dead. 

Director – Richard Laxton, Tim Fywell, Jessica Hobbs   Producer  - Chris Carey

Script Supervisor – Alana Marmion-Warr (episodes 3 & 4)


Featuring Ben Wishaw, LONDON SPY is an emotional thriller which centre’s on Danny, a gregarious, hedonistic, but ill-equipped spy, who falls in love with the anti- social and enigmatic Alex, a man he meets by chance on London Bridge. But as they get closer, Alex suddenly disappears, leaving Danny to pick up the pieces.

Director - Jakob Verbruggen  Producer – Guy Heeley

1st Assistant Director – Olly Robinson

Script Supervisor – Jane Jackson


The fifth series of HOMELAND takes a 2-year jump from where we left off. Carrie (Clare Danes) is no longer in the CIA, but they are never far away.  She lands a new job as the head of security for a German philanthropist, where she attempts to reconcile the guilt she carries from her previous life.  However, her gun-slinging past might just catch up with her…

Directors- Lesli Linka Glatter, Keith Gordon, John Coles, Michael Offer, Alex Graves, Dan Attias, Clark Johnson, Michael Klick, Seith Mann.  Producers - Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon,

Script Supervisor – Connie Fyans


This October TRIPPED begins on E4 - a comedy drama about a group of friends who find themselves in an alternative universe. Starring Blake Harrison as Danny, an average 24-year-old who has been friends with stoner Milo (George Webster) since they were kids. But then Danny decides it’s time to grow up, settle down and marry long-term girlfriend Kate (Georgina Campbell).  After trying a particularly strong hallucinogen, they find themselves tripping to various parallel universes where they encounter different versions of themselves.  Will their friendship survive the trips and will Danny manage to return to reality and finally get married?

Director – James Stone, Producer – James Dean

Production Sound Mixer – Bruce Wills


Set in 1930’s London at a time of Hollywood glamour, aerodynamic cars and monster movies, this drama pays homage to the Stevenson novel.  Written by Charlie Higson JEKYLL AND HYDE stars Tom Bateman as the young, attractive, troubled hero, Robert Jekyll, the grandson of the original doctor. The drama follows his path to discovery, which coincides with the transformative powers of his condition growing stronger and more disruptive. His journey will take him into a dark and unforgiving place, as his alter ego seems capable of anything.

Directors - Colin Teague, Robert Quinn, Joss Agnew, Stewart Svaasan.

Producer – Foz Allen

Production Designer – Catrin Meredydd


THE LAST KINGDOM is a television adaptation of Bernard Cornwell's best-selling series of historical novels, known as the "Saxon Stories".  Set in the late ninth century, when what is known as England today was several separate kingdoms. The Anglo-Saxon lands are attacked by, and in many instances ruled by, Danes. The Kingdom of Wessex has been left standing alone under the command of King Alfred the Great.

Directors - Nick Murphy, Anthony Bryne, Ben Chanan, Peter Hoar, Producer - Chrissy Skinns

Make-Up & Hair Designer - Kate Benton

Script Supervisor - Connie Fyans


Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan star as an unlikely couple that after a short fling get pregnant and decide to give their relationship a proper go.  CATASTROPHE is as much about the culture clash of the American boyfriend and his Irish girlfriend as the pressures of relationships and having kids.  In season 2 they decide to get married, adding further pressure to the already dysfunctional relationship…

Director - Ben Taylor, Producer - Jack Bayles

Production Designer – Monica Black

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