Roxy Post completes work on BBC3 Drama ‘Crash’

The two-part drama series, entitled Crash has been commissioned in conjunction with BBC Learning.

Inspired by real-life events, Crash dramatizes a fatal car crash that devastates a small community. Set in a small English town, the series tells the story of the collision from the point of view of the people involved, and is based on extensive interviews and research.

Starring Sasha Parkinson (Coronation Street), Georgina Henshaw (Waterloo Road), Lewis Rainer (Dani’s House) and Lily Loveless (Skins), the series will launch on BBC Three in 2013.

Zai Bennett, Controller, BBC Three says: “Crash is a riveting and emotional narrative which was inspired by real life events. It demonstrates BBC Three’s unique role to produce thought-provoking drama specifically for young adults.”

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Privates goes out on BBC1

Roxy Post has completed the post production on a new BBC1 drama set in 1960. It follows eight men who have had their daily lives interrupted by conscription, and must adjust to life as an operational team known as Two Section as they begin two years of National Service. It goes out today at 2:15pm!!

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Roxy Post finally has a website!!!

After much work Roxy Post finally has a new website. We hope you will enjoy looking around and would appreciate any feedback you can give us. Please come back soon to check up on what we have been up to!

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Roxy Post Starts Work On New Drama Series

True Crime A new 20 x ‘60 drama series from Fremantle Media UK label, Newman Street has been commissioned for ITV1.

True Crime is shot as though a documentary crew are following the work of two police officers who become central characters to the series.

The stories are inspired by real crimes which creates powerful and easily relatable human drama. Each episode provides a unique insight into the working methods of the experienced detectives as they investigate a case and uncover the truth.

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White Collar Hooligan 2 to kick off in Spain, Momentum boards UK

Chata Pictures wraps principal photography on sequel White Collar Hooligan 2: England Away

Paul Tanter (The Hooligan Wars, Jack Falls) once again writes and directs with returning cast including Nick Nevern (Riot) and Simon Phillips (Once Upon A Time In Essex).

The sequel to White Collar Hooligan, which in the UK sold 20,000 units in the first three weeks, sees Mike Jacobs (Nevern) dragged from a witness protection programme back into a nightmare world of theft, violence and murder.

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G.B.H (RIOT) Wins Best International Film


London 2011.  As the worst riots the capitol has ever seen in decades rages, a lone wolf cop must choose between his friends or his duty as two worlds collide in this violent uncompromising crime epic in the tradition of ‘The Long Good Friday’ and ‘The Sweeney’.

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Outnumbered returns for Christmas special and fifth series

A 40-minute special of award-winning British comedy series Outnumbered will be shown on BBC One this Christmas.

Filming for a fifth series of the program, which is written by Drop The Dead Donkey creators Andy Hamilton and Guy Jenkin, will then begin in late 2013.

Outnumbered stars Hugh Dennis and Claire Skinner as a husband and wife who face a daily struggle to get the better of their three children, played by child actors Tyger Drew-Honey, Daniel Roche and Ramona Marquez.

The program has received generally favourable reviews from critics, and won Best Sitcom, Best British Comedy at the 2009 British Comedy Awards, with the then eight-year-old Ramona Marquez winning Best Female Newcomer.

The show also won Best Comedy at this year’s National Television Awards.

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The Inbetweeners series 3 breaks another E4 viewing record

A great end to the series

The final episode in series 3 of The Inbetweeners was watched by an average audience of 3 million people, 15 per cent of all television viewers at that time, making the programme the most viewed show ever to be screened on digital channel E4.

The audience peaked at 3.3 million (17 per cent share) between 10.20pm and 10.25pm attracting a 37 per cent share of 16-34 year-olds at that time, a demographic that made up 55 per cent of the total viewing audience for the programme.

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