‘Funny, moving, revealing – the bittersweet reality of a long-term relationship. Sean Bean and Nicola Walker star in an intimate slice of life …’
Dividing viewers- boring or brilliant? I thought it was brilliant- a portrayal of real life; as it is. Because let’s face it none of our live are as action packed as the dramas we are all watching on TV. It might not provide thrilling viewing, but it did affirm and mirror the mundanity of day to day living that I’m sure we could all identify with some aspect of.
A British legal drama television series, written and created by Abi Morgan, starring Nicola Walker, Stephen Mangan, Fiona Button, Annabel Scholey and Deborah Findlay. A powerful drama about power- girl power, the power struggle within families and the power, both positive and negative of family lawyers. It’s well worth binging on.
Written by Neil McKay and based on extensive research and multiple sources, Starring Sheridan Smith and Stephen Merchant.
Told from the point of view of the families and friends of the four young men – Anthony Walgate, Gabriel Kovari, Daniel Whitworth and Jack Taylor – who were murdered by Stephen Port. Four Lives focuses on the fight to uncover the truth about what had happened to their lost sons, brothers and loved ones in the face of a now widely condemned police investigation.
Just finished watching the first two series of this and looking forward to the third series starting this Monday 10th August.
Button House is a crumbling English country mansion home to a gang of restless ghosts. Each ghost is from a different century and a product of their time, all squabbling with other for eternity over everyday trivial matters. In the meantime the young couple who have inherited this crumbling pile, struggle to turn the house into a moneymaking venture as well as a home.
Very modern English. Endearing, funny and well worth a watch.