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Unveiling a variety of shows from a number of different genres, BBC Daytime controller Damian Cavanagh praised the "rich mix of brand new programming".
New drama The Coroner - which follows a solicitor returning to her seaside hometown to work as the coroner after a messy marriage break-up - will join returning shows Father Brown and Wpc 56, which are both back for their third series.
Moving On, the acclaimed Jimmy McGovern drama, is back for a sixth series with new stars such as Hayley Mills, Lisa Riley and Peter Egan. Doctors also promises the arrival of a new nurse, goodbyes to familiar faces, a Halloween ghost story and a Christmas wedding.
Celebrity chef James Martin will head a campaign to bring communities together with his new show Meet The Street, »
A seven-part series set during the turbulent period of the establishment of the penal colony in Sydney in 1788 may seem a stretch for Liverpool-born and based writer Jimmy McGovern.
Yet Banished, which starts shooting in Sydney on Monday, deals with themes the writer has often explored in the UK series he's created in a distinguished 30- year career.
.Jimmy.s stories are about the moral complexities which human beings face when they are in difficult situations,. his producing partner Sita Williams tells If. .He asks the audience: .What would you have done in that situation? Would you have done it any differently?..
David Wenham heads the large Australian/British cast as Governor Arthur Phillip, a pragmatic idealist who hopes to turn the penal colony into a land of opportunity for all. Joseph Milson portrays his nemesis Major Ross, who believes the only chance of survival is to rule with an iron fist. »
- Don Groves
2 items from 2014
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