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“THERE is an invisible workforce all around us.
“Everyone is so busy in cities going to and from their jobs and you don’t really pay attention.
“Many of those are working contracts, coming in overnight when we’re all going home.”
Executive producer Jane Featherstone talking to me about Cleaning Up.
A new six part ITV drama starring Sheridan Smith, Jade Anouka, Matthew McNulty, Ben Bailey Smith and Rosie Cavaliero.
Which begins at 9pm on Wednesday January 9.
“THIS is Vanity Fair.
“A world where everyone is striving for what is not worth having.”
(William Makepeace Thackeray)
August 2017. Bloomsbury Centre Baptist Church, London WC2.
Gathered in the church’s ‘Friendship Centre’ were the cast, production team, executives and the rest of the team involved in ITV’s new adaptation of Thackeray’s Vanity Fair.
With screenwriter Gwyneth Hughes announcing herself as “assistant to the author”.
I had already read all seven of her sparkling scripts.
But it was here in this room that they were first brought alive during an almost day long script read-through.
“INNOCENT shows you the views from both sides and leaves it open for the viewer.
“It’s obviously a nightmare situation for anyone to be in if they have, indeed, been convicted and imprisoned for a murder they did not commit.”
Lee Ingleby talking to me about new four part ITV drama Innocent which begins at 9pm on Monday (May 14) and screens over four consecutive nights.
Written by Chris Lang and Matt Arlidge, directed by Richard Clark and produced by Jeremy Gwilt.
Lee plays David Collins who has served seven years in prison for the murder of his wife Tara and lost everything, including his two children.
Having always protested his innocence, David is suddenly released on a technicality after a long campaign led by his brother Phil (Daniel Ryan).