Sheridan Smith to star in ITV’s new insider trading drama ‘Clean Break’

ITV has announced the commission of Clean Break, a new “characterful drama” starring Sheridan Smith from the producers of Humans. Created and written by screenwriting newcomer Mark Marlow, the six part series focuses on an ordinary working class woman, Sam, who is caught between two worlds – the everyday life of a devoted and loving Mum and … >

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‘Black Work’ episode guide

Sheridan Smith stars in ITV’s Black Work, a new three-part drama about a policewoman determined to find out why her husband was killed. As she battles to stay strong for the benefit of daughter Melly (Honor Kneafsey) and stepson Hal (Oliver Woollford), Jo is urged by her bosses, DCI Will Hepburn (Douglas Henshall) and Chief … >

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‘Black Work’ trailer: Sheridan Smith’s new ITV drama

ITV has released a trailer for Black Work. The new three-part drama stars Sheridan Smith  as a policewoman determined to find out why her husband was killed. > Order Black Work on DVD on Amazon. Black Work begins at 9pm on Sunday 21 June on ITV. Watch the trailer… As she battles to stay strong … >

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‘The C Word’ review

Lisa Lynch caught the public’s attention several years ago when, in an effort to deal with her breast cancer diagnosis and treatment, she began a blog as an outlet to cope with her condition. That blog would later become best-selling book, The C Word, the events of which inspired this stunning feature-length BBC One drama. … >

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‘The C Word’ trailer: Sheridan Smith in BBC One cancer drama

A trailer as been released for The C Word, BBC One’s upcoming adaptation of Lisa Lynch’s inspiring and candid book about her experience of cancer. Based on her popular blog which was launched shortly after her diagnosis in 2008, the one-off 90-minute drama stars Sheridan Smith as Lisa and is described as a “magical love … >

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5 of the best ‘Jonathan Creek’ episodes

‘Daa-dum dee-dum da-dum-dee-dum, daa-dum-dum da da da da dum-dee-dummm!’ Ahh the haunting strains of ‘Danse Macabre’ (what do you mean you thought it was the old spice song?) It can only mean you’ve accidentally tuned your radio to Classic FM while vigorously twiddling, or Jonathan Creek‘s back. In this case it’s the latter, as we … >

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