Shadow and Bone
Joseph Thompson plays ‘Scott’ in The One for Netflix.
Jarvis and Ayres Productions on BBC Radio 4
Martin Jarvis directs the British premiere of The Christopher Boy’s Communion by David Mamet on BBC Radio 4 Monday 8th March at 2.15pm.
Martin stars as ‘Todd’ in Sweeney Todd and the String of Pearls over two episodes, 3.00pm Sundays March 14th and 21st on Radio 4.
Martin directs Afterplay by Brian Friel, starring Janie Dee and Alex Jennings on Monday 22nd March, 2.15pm.
Gordon Kennedy can be seen as Eddie in Vera on Friday 26th February, ITV at 8.30pm.
Unforgotten Series 4
Ronny Jhutti stars as Bal Sidhu in the new series of Unforgotten which begins on Monday 22nd February, ITV at 9pm.
A Monster Calls
Ben Moor can be seen in the feature film A Monster Calls on Sunday 21st February, BBC2 at 11.15pm.
Line of Duty series 2
Relive the drama all over again. The second series of Line of Duty is being shown from Saturday 6th February, BBC1 at 9pm with Philip Wright as Sam Royal.
It’s A Sin
Sarah Ball can be seen as Ruth in It’s A Sin on Friday 12th February, Channel 4 at 9pm. All episodes now streaming on All4.
Dan Mersh can be seen as Tom in Back on Thursday 4th February; 11th February and 25th February, Channel 4 at 10pm.
Philip Wright returns as Graham Kirby in Casualty on Saturday 30th January, BBC1 at 8.50pm.
Amy Marston can be seen as Sister Clodagh MacMahon in Endeavour on Friday 29th January, ITV at 8.30pm.
The Brummie Illiad
Annette Badland can be heard in The Brummie Illiad on Sunday 31st January, BBC Radio 3 at 7.30pm.
Colin Mace can be seen as Brigadier Groves in the feature film Military Wives which is now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Richard Hansell can be seen as Steven in episode 5 of Traces, Monday 18th January, BBC1 at 9pm.
Pennyworth series 2
Sharon Ballard stars as Ruby Carmichael in the 2nd series of Pennyworth, which is now streaming on Amazon Prime.
Clara Onyemere can be seen as Colette Jeffords in Casualty on Saturday 16th January, BBC1 at 7.50pm.
Paul Hunter can be seen as Lord Middlethorpe in episode 3 of Bridgerton, now streaming on Netflix.
The Great Pottery Throw Down
Siobhan McSweeney hosts a new series of The Great Pottery Throw Down which begins on Sunday 10th January, Channel 4 at 7.45pm.
Call the Midwife
Katie Lyons plays ‘Gloria Venables’ in the Call the Midwife Christmas Special on BBC One this Christmas Day.
Christopher Patrick Nolan plays ‘Farmer Stout’ in Worzel Gummidge this December for BBC One.
Margaret Cabourn-Smith plays ‘Mrs Banbury Hughes’ in the Motherland Christmas Special this December on BBC Two.
Samantha Pearl plays ‘Angela’ in the Ghosts Christmas Special on BBC One this Christmas.
The Goes Wrong Show: Nativity
Charlie Russell plays ‘Sandra’ and ‘Mary’ in The Goes Wrong Show: Nativity for BBC One this December.
The Crown – Series 4
Annette Badland plays ‘Doctor Margaret Heagarty’ in series 4 of The Crown for Netflix.
Grammy Award Nomination – The Prince of Egypt
Congratulations to Alexia Khadime and the cast and composers of The Prince of Egypt for their Grammy Award nomination for ‘Best Musical Theater Album’!
The Space is the Place
Madeline Appiah plays ‘Nina Simone’ and ‘Ella Fitzgerald’ in The Space is the Place for Jazz FM this November and December.
Ray Emmet Brown plays ‘Pastor Cassius Lawrence’ in EastEnders for BBC One from 12 November.