On TV this month…
GUILT – Having survived a whole wedding without killing each other and safely on their way home, two dissimilar brothers, high flying lawyer Max and record shop owner Jake, accidentally run down an old man, Walter. Uninsured and under the influence, Jake is persuaded by Max to cover up their deathly deed. But as neighbours and relatives begin to suspect Walter’s death wasn’t as innocent as it seems, the brothers find their lives rapidly falling apart and their increasingly desperate attempts to conceal the truth lead them to trust no-one - not even each other.
Featuring: Mark Bonnar, Jamie Sives, Bill Paterson
Director: Robbie McKillop
Producer: Jules Hussey
Production Designer – Tom Sayer
1st Assistant Director – Graham Drover
END OF THE F**KING WORLD – Picking up two years after the massive cliffhanger of series 1, Alyssa opens up the post only to find her name engraved on a bullet. She should feel frightened, “but it’s hard to feel frightened of someone who can’t spell your name right”. A welcome return to this darkly comic gem of a series, as Alyssa deals with being targeted by a mysterious outsider, and we finally find out what happened to James.
Featuring: Jessica Barden, Alex Lawther, Naomi Ackie
Directors: Lucy Forbes, Destiny Ekaragha
Producer: Jenny Frayn
Make-Up & Hair Designer – Sjaan Gillings
THE CROWN – The third season of this hotly anticipated drama opens as the monarch marks her Silver Jubilee against a backdrop of economic and political strife in 1977. This season we see Olivia Coleman and Helena Bonham Carter take on the key roles of Queen Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. Times have changed and gone are the days of a more carefree youth as we welcome in an era of unrest – striking miners, the country is bankrupt, national security in tatters and Labour MP Harold Wilson is on the threshold of becoming Prime Minister. There are stormy seas ahead.
Featuring: Olivia Coleman, Helena Bonham Carter, Tobias Menzies
Directors: Benjamin Caron, Samuel Donovan, Jessica Hobbs, Christian Schwochow
Producers: Martin Harrison, Michael Casey, Andrew Eaton, Andy Strebbing
Historical Advisor – David Rankin-Hunt