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Nicholas Cowell

in Russia: Countdown to Revolution Image Description

The Russian Revolution of 1917 is one of the most controversial events of the 20th century. Three men - Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin - emerged from obscurity to forge an entirely new political system. This film dramatizes the 245 days that brought these men to supreme power. Produced by Oxford Films and directed by Renny Bartlett, our client, Nicholas Cowell, stars as Stalin.

Showing on BBC2 on Tuesday 10th October at 9pm, and then on the BBCiplayer.

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Sheila Donald

in Moon Dogs

New feature film Moon Dogs premiered as part of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016 on the 17th & 19th of June and will be released in the UK on 1st September.

The film has been nominated for the The Michael Powell Award, The Audience Award and The Best Performance Award at the EIFF.

Directed by Philip John.

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Victoria Balnaves

Caroline Deyga

Kirstin Murray

in Trust Me Image Description

A new four-part drama series starring clients, Victoria Balnaves, Caroline Deyga and Kirstin Murray. Driven to desperate measures, nurse Cath Hardacre assumes the identity of her best friend, an A&E doctor, and finds work in a struggling emergency department in Edinburgh.

Starting on Tuesday 8th August at 9pm on BBC One.

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Rory Barraclough

Fiona Francis

Sean Hay

Bridget McCann

Charles Jamieson

Sandy Welch

Gowan Calder

Graham Crammond

Ian Dunn

Frank Gilhooley

in Outlander Image Description

A major television series from Starz.

Currently screening in the US and in Ireland on RTE, as well as on Amazon Prime.

Adapted from Diana Gabaldon's international best-selling books and Executive Produced by Ronald D Moore.

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Ann Louise Ross

in Whisky Galore

A remake of the hugely successful 1949 film, based on a true story. Written by Peter McDougall and directed by Gillies Mackinnon.

Our client Ann Louise Ross plays the role of Mrs Campbell. The film opens at Scottish cinemas on 5th May and the rest of the UK from 19th May. 

The film premiered at last year's Edinburgh International Film Festival as their Closing Night Gala film on the 26th June 2016.

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Francesca Dymond

Buchan Lennon

Julia Taudevin

Gowan Calder

in Teacup Travels Image Description

Series two of this popular Children's programme features clients Francesca Dymond, Buchan Lennon & Julia Taudevin.

The first series featured clients Gowan Calder and Julia Taudevin.

Produced by Plum Films for CBeebies.

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Clare Hemphill

in The Scottish Comedy Awards Image Description

Client Clare Hemphill, as part The Funny Farm collective, celebrated huge success at The Scottish Comedy Awards recently after being awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award.

Further details on all the winners can be found following the link below.

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Richard Conlon

Robert Jack

in Brothers Image Description

William Goldman's dark sequel to Marathon Man, dramatised by Stephen Keyworth. 

The western world is gearing up for war until Scylla, an infamous American spy, is brought out of hiding and sent on a brutal mission to keep the peace. 

With Tom Burke and Jack Lowden and directed by Kirsty Williams.

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Stephanie Falls

in The Split Image Description

Let this be a lesson to us all..how NOT to split the bill. A short film by Stuart Elliot featuring client Stephanie Falls, and part of BBC Scotland's 'Short Stuff' films.

Follow the link below to watch the 3 minute short film, currently showing on the BBC iPlayer.

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Samara MacLaren

in A Perfect Spy Image Description

A new 3 part series adapted from John Le Carre's most autobiographical novel. The relationship between the perfect spy, Magnus Pym and his father, Rick, is clearly based on David Cornwell’s relationship with his own father. Directed by Bruce Young and dramatised by Robert Forrest. Our client, Samara MacLaren, stars as Georgie.

Airing on BBC Radio 4 on Sunday's at 3pm, starting on 2nd July. 

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Francesca Dymond

in The Secret Lives of Colour Image Description

A five part series exploring the hidden stories behind the colour palette. Read by our client, Francesca Dymond, and now available on BBC Radio 4 catch up.

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Lorna Craig

in West Skerra Light Image Description

A new comedy drama from writers Greg Hemphill & Donald Mcleary, also directed by Greg Hemphill. Features Lorna Craig, John Michie, John Gordon Sinclair, & Lorraine McIntosh.

After screening last autumn on BBC One and having already won the Best Comedy Horror at The International Horror Hotel Film Festival in Ohio, our client Lorna Craig, has just been nominated for Best Lead Actress. Winners to be announced on 18th June 2017.

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Alastair G Bruce

Donald Pirie

in Four Seasons Stories Image Description

A series of seasonal stories for BBC Schools Radio. Our client, Donald Pirie, can be heard reading 'Beach Adventure' as part of the Spring and Summer programme, whilst client, Alastair Bruce reads 'How to Build an Igloo' for the Autumn and Winter programme. 

Available on BBCiplayer and soon to be appearing on CBeebies Radio.

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Catriona McFarlane

in Agnes Grey Image Description

Rachel Joyce adapts Anne Bronte's debut novel about self-discovery and the search for love. Can life as a governess ever bring happiness and contentment? Directed by Tracey Neale, our client stars as Mrs Bloomfield in these 15-minute dramas.

Airing on BBC Radio 4 at 10.45am and 7.45pm from 6th - 10th March, with all episodes available on BBCiplayer.

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Louise McMenemy

Victoria Balnaves

Stuart Hepburn

Ann Louise Ross

Billy McElhaney

Deborah Arnott

Jennifer Black

Robert Jack

Helen Logan

Sharon Mackenzie

Martin McCardie

Alan Steele

Vari Sylvester

Simon Tait

Frank Gilhooley

in River City Image Description

This popular series screens on BBC1 Scotland.

Louise McMenemy plays series regular Frankie Roth, Victoria Balnaves plays PC Calder & Stuart Hepburn plays Anderson. 

Ann Louise Ross recently played the crooked Martina Kennedy and Billy McElhaney played the much-loved Jimmy for 10 years. Clients Deborah Arnott, Jennifer Black, Robert Jack, Helen Logan, Sharon Mackenzie, Martin McCardie, Alan Steele, Vari Sylvester & Simon Tait have also recently filmed guest roles on the series.

Please click below to view the latest episode.

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Richard Conlon

Emma Currie

in 44 Scotland Street Image Description

Alexander McCall Smith dramatises stories from his bestselling series, 44 Scotland Street, which continue to delight readers around the world. Returning for a fourth series, our clients will appear in a number of episodes following the residents of a fictitious tenement building in Edinburgh's New Town.

 

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Barnaby Power

Inside Alan Francis Image Description

Comedy series in which our client, Barnaby Power, appears alongside comedian Alan Francis who explores the workings of his own mind in relation to his life, friends and long-suffering girlfriend Jane.

Next episode airing on Friday 10th February at 11.30pm on BBC Radio 4 Extra, with all other epsiodes available on BBC Radio iplayer.

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Paul Cunningham

in BBC Norman Beaton Fellowship Image Description

This year, the judges awarded two runners-up prizes to NBF finalists, including our client, Paul Cunningham.

The fellowship's aim is to broaden the range of actors available to Radio Drama producers across the UK by encouraging applicants from non-traditional training backgrounds. Paul will be cast in a freelance engagement in one of Radio Drama's 2017 productions.

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James Sutherland

in Father Brown Image Description

Returning for a fifth series in early 2017, Father Brown will air on BBC One following the life of Father Brown (Mark Williams), a mild-mannered priest with a razor-sharp mind who investigates crimes and saves souls.

Episode 11 of the 15 part series, The Sins of Others, starring our client James Sutherland, airs on Friday 13th January at 1.45pm.

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Ashley Smith

in Scot Squad Image Description

After a special episode this festive season, our client, Ashley Smith returns for Series 3 as PC Jane McKay in this spoof comedy following Scotland's favourite comic cops.

Showing on BBC One at 22:40 every Wednesday this January. 

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Peter Collins

Sarah McCardie

in Lulu's Back In Town Image Description

Written by Danny McCahon and produced by David Ian Neville, A Lulu of a Kid starred our client Sarah McCardie as Betty Lawrie in this BBC radio documentary back in 2015, of Lulu's glistening story from the east end of Glasgow to the top of the American charts.

The sequel to this, Lulu's Back in Town, will air at 12:00 on Christmas Day 2016 with two of our clients, Sarah McCardie and Peter Collins.

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Robert Jack

in The Sons of Upland Farm Image Description

A resonantly beautiful seasonal story by George Mackay Brown set in Orkney, where a father's lack of compassion is redressed years later by his three sons. 

Read by our client, Robert Jack.

Broadcasting on Christmas Day at 7:45pm on BBC Radio 4.

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Sandy Welch

in Rillington Place Image Description

Rillington Place focuses on the true stories of murderer John Christie, his wife Ethel, and their neighbour Timothy Evans, who all lived at the infamous address. Told from each of their viewpoints, this compelling drama explores the relationships and individual actions that led to this tragic miscarriage of justice, which contributed towards the abolition of capital punishment in Britain.

This new series starts on BBC One on Tuesday 29th November at 9pm.

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Stuart Hepburn

Robert Jack

Beth Marshall

in In Plain Sight Image Description

A new three-part mini-series following the story of notorious Scottish killer, Peter Manual, who claimed 8 lives during a kiling spree in South Lanarkshire in the 1950's as an act of revenge after being previously caught by police for housebreaking and a string of sexual assaults.

Produced by critically acclaimed, award winning producers World Productions (Line of Duty, Code of a Killer) and Finlaggan Films, written by Nick Stevens, and directed by John Strickland.

Starting on ITV 7th December at 9pm.

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Maurice Roeves

Carole Anders

Victoria Balnaves

in Two Doors Down Image Description

This popular comedy series is back for a second series, Monday's at 10pm on BBC 2 from the 21st of November 2016.

The new series features client Maurice Roeves. Series one featured clients Carole Anders and Victoria Balnaves.

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Caroline Deyga

Samara MacLaren

in The Fair Intellectual Club Image Description

A new six part series on BBC Radio 4 starting Thursday 3rd November 2016.

Sitcom about a group of teenage girls in 18th Century Edinburgh who form a secret society for intelligent discourse, written by Lucy Porter and directed by Marilyn Imrie.

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Michelle Edwards

in Refugee Image Description

A powerful new short film from educational production company, True Tube TV. Written and directed by Adam Tyler.

Winner of the Best Drama category in the BAFTA Children's Awards 2016.

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Donald Pirie

in Casualty Image Description

The longest-running emergency medical drama in the world, set in the fictional Holby City Hospital following the lives of staff and patients that pass through the hospital's doors.

Donald will be appearing as the character of Donald in episode 13 of the current series, screening on Saturday 19th November.

Currently screening on Saturdays on BBC One.

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Robert Jack

in Blood, Sex & Money by Emile Zola Image Description

Listen to client Robert Jack in the BBC Radio 4 series, Blood, Sex & Money by Emile Zola.

The new series starts Saturday 22nd October 2016.

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Sheila Donald

Stewart Ennis

Fiona Francis

Frank Gilhooley

Beth Marshall

Sandy Nelson

in Still Game Image Description

Now returning for a seventh series, Still Game follows the antics of pensioners Jack Jarvis and Victor McDade having run for six series between 2002 and 2007. This Scottish comedy is sure to delight audiences old and new.

The new series starts screening on Friday 7th October, 9.30pm on BBC One.

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James Sutherland

in Murder Maps: Series 2 Image Description

Returning for a second season, this series explores some of the most shocking murder cases in modern history, guiding viewers into the world of the killer, using modern science to reveal much more.

James Sutherland appears as Christmas Humphreys, QC, in John Christie: Serial Killer.

Thursday 22nd September, 7pm, on the Yesterday Channel.

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Sharon Mackenzie

in Emmerdale Image Description

Client Sharon Mackenzie recently filmed a guest role in this popular ITV series. To be screened later this year.

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Victoria Balnaves

Robert Jack

Vari Sylvester

in Lost Sitcoms: Till Death Us Do Part Image Description

Part of the BBC's new three part series recreating much-loved episodes from the old sitcom favourites. The scripts for these shows still exist but the original recordings have vanished from the archives.
Till Death Us Do Part, written by Johnny Speight, sees Simon Day (Brian Pern, The Fast Show) reprise the role of Alf Garnett in the episode, A Woman’s Place Is In The Home

Thursday 1 September, 9pm, on BBC Four.

See below for a clip featuring client Victoria Balnaves.

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Beth Marshall

Sarah McCardie

Ryan Paterson

in One of Us Image Description

A new four part thriller from the BBC, screening at 9pm on BBC One from Tuesday 23rd August 2016.

Written by Jack & Harry Williams and directed by William McGregor.

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Robert Jack

in Lost Sitcoms: Hancock's Half Hour Image Description

Part of the BBC's new three part series recreating much-loved episodes from the old sitcom favourites. The scripts for these shows still exist but the original recordings have vanished from the archives.

Hancock’s Half Hour is written by Ray Galton and Alan Simpson and this year marks 60 years since the iconic sitcom started on BBC Television.

Thursday 8 September, 9pm, on BBC Four. 

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Peter Collins

Ian Dunn

Colin Little

in The Secret Agent Image Description

This new series from World Productions begins screening on BBC One at 9pm on Sunday the 17th of July.

Screenplay by Tony Marchant and directed by Charles McDougall. Also starring Toby Jones, Vicky McClure, Stephen Graham & Ian Hart.  

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Sean Hay

Paul Morrow

in Tommy's Honour

A new feature about the founders of the modern day game of golf.

Directed by Jason Connery and also featuring Peter Mullan, Sam Neill and Jack Lowden.

The film will premiere as the Opening Night film of the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2016. The film has been nominated for the The Michael Powell Award.

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James Sutherland

in Passport to Murder Image Description

A new series of Passport to Murder from Sky Vision.

Our client James Sutherland plays lead character John Charles McClusky in episode one screening on Monday 13th June 2016.

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Frank Gilhooley

Stewart Preston

Maurice Roeves

in Murder: The Third Voice Image Description

The new series of Murder begins on BBC Two on Thursday 3rd March 2016.  The first episode, The Third Voice, features clients Frank Gilhooley, Stewart Preston and Maurice Roeves and is directed by Birger Larsen.

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Callum Cuthbertson

in Animal 999 Image Description

A behind-the-scenes look at the work of the Scottish SPCA as they rescue, care for and re-home Scotland's animals.

Our client Callum Cuthbertson has narrated the previous 4 series and is currently working on the 5th.

Produced by Demus Productions for STV and currently showing on Sunday afternoons on Pick TV.

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Lorna Craig

David Gallacher

Colin Little

in Gasping Image Description

A new one-off short comedy from director Greg Hempill and starring Frankie Boyle. Screened on BBC One and stil available on the iPlayer.

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Carole Anders

Victoria Balnaves

Sean Hay

Beth Marshall

Martin McCardie

Sandy Welch

in Shetland Image Description

The new series of Shetland begins at 9pm on Friday 15th January on BBC One.

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Rory Barraclough

Peter Collins

in Eve Image Description

The new series of Eve is now showing on CBBC, featuring clients Rory Barraclough as Chris and Peter Collins as Mr Gwenlan.

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Sarah McCardie

Ann Scott-Jones

in The Legend of Barney Thomson

Robert Carlyle makes his directorial debut with The Legend of Barney Thomson which will premiere at the Edinburgh Interntional Film Festival 2015.

BAFTA Scotland Awards 2015 - Winner for Best Film.

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Maurice Roeves

in Macbeth

Directed by Justin Kurzel and starring Michael Fassbender, this feature is now on general release.

 

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Louise Haggerty

Bridget McCann

Simon Tait

in Sunset Song

Celebrated director Terence Davies (The House of Mirth,The Long Day Closes) returns with this adaptation of Lewis Grassic Gibbon's classic novel about a farming family struggling to eke out a living in northeast Scotland.

Premiered at the Toronto International Film Festivalv2015, and due for release on December 4th 2015.

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Jennifer Black

in Doctors Image Description

Client Jennifer Black was recently seen playing the character of Janine Broderick in the long-running BBC series, Doctors.

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Maryam Hamidi

in Where Do We Go From Here?

This first feature from Worrying Drake Productions will be premiering at the Glasgow Film Festival on the 24th of February 2016.

Writted & directed by John McPhail.

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James Sutherland

in Saved Image Description

New series Saved begins on Tuesday 5th January 2016 on ITV1.  

You can see client James Sutherland playing the lead character of Alistair Neill in the fourth episode entitled 'Submarine', due to screen on Tuesday 26th January.

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Rab Affleck

in A Royal Night Out

Produced by Ecosse Films, this new feature directed by Julian Jarrold is in cinemas now.

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Francesca Dymond

Kenneth Harvey

Ann Louise Ross

Julia Taudevin

in Katie Morag - CBeebies Image Description

The popular children's television series Katie Morag features our clients Ann Louise Ross as Grannie Island, Kenneth Harvey as Katie's Dad, and Francesca Dymond as the school teacher's wife. The second series, also featured our client Julia Taudevin. 

Both series are currently screening on CBeebies.

Katie Morag has won several awards including four BAFTAs (Best Director in TV/Film BAFTA Scotland 2015, Best Children's Drama 2015 & 2014 & Best Children's Performer 2014), as well as Best Children's Programme at the Celtic Film Festival.

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Barnaby Power

in Be Prepared

BBC radio comedy series Be Prepared is currently airing on BBC Radio 4 Extra. Catch up on the iPlayer.

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Sheila Donald

Ashley Smith

in Scot Squad Image Description

Scot Squad returns with series two at 10:35pm on the 19th of October on BBC 1 Scotland.  Our client Ashley Smith plays regular character PC Jane McKay, and client Sheila Donald will guest as Mrs Mckelvie.

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David McKail

in Paddington

Currently screening in cinemas worldwide.

The highest grossing UK film of 2014.

BAFTA Children's Award 2015 - Winner of Best Film

BAFTA Nomination 2015 - Adapted Screenplay & Outstanding British Film

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Sandy Nelson

Julia Taudevin

in Glasgow Girls Image Description

Based on the award-winning stage show, this one-off film was made by the BBC and shown on BBC Three.

Winner of Best Television Drama - BAFTA Scotland Awards 2015

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Frank Gilhooley

in Hector

Written and directed by Jake Gavin, this feature premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival 2015 and is now on general release. Starring Peter Mullan in the title role.

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George Docherty

David Gallacher

Colin Little

Vari Sylvester

in Fried Image Description

A new comedy series from BBC Three about the daily lives of the disgruntled employees at a London fried chicken shop.  

Screened on BBC Three.

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Sarah McCardie

in Swung

Adapted from Ewan Morrison’s Glasgow-set debut novel, Swung premiered at the Edinburgh Interntional Film Festival 2015 and is now on general release.

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Ann Scott-Jones

in Mountain Goats Image Description

Brand new comedy series for BBC 1 starting on Friday 14th August at 22:35.

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Ryan Paterson

in Radges Image Description

Part of the BBC Three Comedy Feeds.

Currently available on the iPlayer and soon to be screened on BBC Three.

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Rory Barraclough

Peter Collins

Hazel Ann Crawford

Laura Harvey

in Eve Image Description

A new 13 part children's sci-fi drama for CBBC from Leopardrama with clients Rory Barraclough, Hazel Ann Crawford and Laura Harvey.

Rory Barraclough and Peter Collins are currently filming on the second series.

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Rory Barraclough

John Winchester

in A Long Long Crime Ago Image Description

A brand new 4 part series currently screening on CBBC.

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Frank Gilhooley

in Guardians of the Galaxy

Released earlier last year, Guardians of the Galaxy is currently the highest grossing movie of 2014.

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Tim Barrow

Carole Cassidy

Paul Cunningham

Kenneth Harvey

in Waterloo Road Image Description

Made by Shed Productions for the BBC, this long-running series is currently screening on BBC One.

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Sarah McCardie

in Big City Park Image Description

Our client Sarah McCardie plays May the Park Keeper (the only human character!) in the popular CBeebies programe, Big City Park.  

The programme has won a Scottish BAFTA, an IFTA Award, a CINE Golden Eagle Award, as well as a Silver Plate at the Hugo International Awards.

Currently screening on CBeebies.

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Kirstin Murray

in What We Did On Our Holiday

This comedy drama feature was released in September 2014.

Directed by Andy Hamilton & Guy Jenkin and starring Billy Connolly, David Tennant & Rosamund Pike.

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Tony Donaldson

Francesca Dymond

in M. I. High Image Description

Our clients Tony Donaldson & Francesca Dymond can be seen in the popular children's series M. I. High.

M.I. High currently screens on the CBBC Channel.

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Callum Cuthbertson

Robert Jack

James Rottger

in Gary: Tank Commander Image Description

See our clients Callum Cuthbertson, Robert Jack & James Rottger playing regulars Gary's Dad, Jacko & Mickey in the hit comedy series, made by the Comedy Unit for the BBC.

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Sharon Mackenzie

in Scrotal Recall Image Description

A new comedy series made by Clerkenwell Films which recently screened on Channel 4.

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Ann Scott-Jones

in God Help The Girl

A new musical feature written and directed by Stuart Murdoch.

Released in September 2014.

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Jeffrey Daunton

in The Railway Man

You can see our client Jeffrey Daunton in the feature, The Railway Man, directed by Jonathan Teplitzky.

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Sheila Donald

in Don't Drop The Baton Image Description

Susan Calman and Mark Nelson host a comedy show featuring a topical mix of stand-up and sketches inspired by the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

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Isabella Jarrett

in As He Lay Falling Image Description

Our client Isabella Jarrett features in the short film As He Lay Falling, written and directed by Ian Waugh, and produced by Hopscotch Films as part of their Scottish Shorts 2014.

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Scott Ainslie

Ian Cairns

James Sutherland

in The Widower Image Description

The Widower features our clients Scott Ainslie, Ian Cairns & James Sutherland and is directed by Paul Whittington.

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Johnny Meres

in Outpost

You can see our client Johnny Meres in all three of the Outpost feature films, produced by Black Camel Films.

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Gowan Calder

Stewart Ennis

Ann Louise Ross

in Shetland Image Description

The BBC series Shetland features our clients Gowan Calder, Stewart Ennis & Ann Louise Ross.

A murder-mystery set against the stunning Scottish backdrop of the Shetland Isles.

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Colin Little

in Wayland's Song Image Description

You can see our client Colin Little in Wayland's Song, directed by Richard Jobson.  

Out now on DVD.

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Ian Cairns

in Vera Image Description

Series three of Vera featured our client Ian Cairns.

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Rory Barraclough

Frank Gilhooley

Ann Louise Ross

in Case Histories- Series 2 Image Description

Series 2 of the BBC's Case Histories featured our clients Rory Barraclough, Frank Gilhooley & Ann Louise Ross.  Rory played the young Jackson Brodie and also appeared in Series 1.

Detective drama series based on the novels by Kate Atkinson.

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Vari Sylvester

in Rubenesque - Sky Living Image Description

You can see our client Vari Sylvester in the one-off drama for Sky Living, Rubenesque.  Directed and written by Annie Griffin.

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Callum Cuthbertson

Billy Mack

in Rab C Nesbitt - Rab in Hoodie, 2013 Hogmanay Special Image Description

A Comedy Unit production for the BBC.

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Martin McCardie

in The Field of Blood Image Description

The Field of Blood featured our client Martin McCardie.  A series based on Denise Mina's best-selling 1980s-set Glasgow crime novels.

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Carole Anders

Rory Barraclough

Victoria Balnaves

Glenna Scacchi Morrison

Sandy Welch

in Case Histories - Series 1 Image Description

Series 1 of the BBC's Case Histories featured our clients Carole Anders, Rory Barraclough, Victoria Balnaves, Glenna Scacchi Morrison & Sandy Welch. Rory also features in Series 2.

Detective drama series based on the novels by Kate Atkinson.