Martin Compston

Fear – Prime Video greenlights thriller for Compston and Mohindra

The pair will star as a married couple who relocate for a fresh start.  Thanks to Deadline and The Herald, we’ve learned that Martin Compston (Mayflies) is Glasgow bound. His next project, Fear, is based on Dirk Kurbjuweit’s German bestseller and co-stars Anjli Mohindra (The Lazarus Project). Fear A three-part psychological thriller, Fear tells the … >

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Film Club – new romantic comedy-drama from Aimee Lou Wood

The Sex Education star has co-written and will star in Film Club for BBC Three.  The BBC unveiled a slate of 12 new drama commissions yesterday, including an adaptation of the hit play Dear England, more of Blue Lights and exciting new novel adaption The Ministry of Time. Seeking to reinvigorate the sector, which she … >

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Kaliane Bradley & Alice Birch

The Ministry of Time – BBC commissions new novel adaptation

The debut novel from writer Kaliane Bradley deals with a government initiative involving temporal ‘expats’.  Yesterday, the BBC announced a raft of new drama commissions. They include a drama made from James Graham’s hit play Dear England, which follows Gareth Southgate’s transformation of the national football team, and two more series of the Belfast set … >

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Ncuti Gatwa as the 15th Doctor

Ncuti Gatwa attached to House Productions thriller

According to Deadline, Tessa Ross and Juliette Howell of House Productions, revealed that current Doctor Who star Ncuti Gatwa is attached to one of their projects. “They are happy to share that Ncuti Gatwa, currently playing the Doctor in Doctor Who, is attached to an exciting project in development, a thriller inspired by Strangers on … >

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Colin Firth

Lockerbie – Colin Firth to lead the Sky & Peacock limited series

The show examines the 1988 Lockerbie disaster and the subsequent search for justice.  Sky have announced the casting of Colin Firth (Operation Mincemeat) in their upcoming five-part dramatization of the Lockerbie disaster. The series draws on the book The Lockerbie Bombing: A Father’s Search for Justice by Jim Swire and Peter Biddulph. It tells the … >

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Bi-generation - David Tennant and Ncuti Gatwa

Doctor Who Magazine interviews David Tennant and Ncuti Gatwa together

In Doctor Who Magazine 599, Fourteenth and Fifteenth Doctor actors David Tennant Ncuti Gatwa are interviewed together – discussing bi-generation. Doctor Who Magazine 599’s other features include: • An access-all-areas look at the making of the final 60th anniversary special The Giggle. • Production designer Phil Sims takes us on a guided tour of the … >

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