Screen Two (TV Series)
- Original title
Screen Two (TV Series)
- United Kingdom
Tristram Powell, Udayan Prasad, Christopher Morahan, Sandy Johnson, Alan Clarke, Norman Stone, Peter Barber-Fleming, Gavin Millar, Nigel Finch, Colin Gregg, Giles Foster, Bill Hays, Stuart Burge, John Glenister, Adrian Shergold, Michael Whyte, Paul Seed, Jim Goddard, Angela Pope, Alan Dossor, Nicholas Renton, Elijah Moshinsky
Simon Gray , Andrew Davies, Nigel Williams, William Humble, Elaine Morgan , Brian Phelan, Alan Bennett, William Nicholson, Dennis Potter, Peter Ransley , Stephen Lowe , Stephen Wakelam, Stanley Price
Carl Davis, Stanley Myers, Ilona Sekacz, Richard Hartley, John Du Prez, Philip Appleby, Stephen Warbeck, Jim Parker, Bill Connor, Gordon Giltrap, Stephen Oliver, John Altman, Nick Bicât, John E. Keane, Rachel Portman
Remi Adefarasin, Nat Crosby, John McGlashan, Andrew Dunn, Chris Seager, Steve Saunderson, John Hooper
Geoffrey Chater, Bernard Hill, Pete Postlethwaite, Patrick Godfrey, Warren Clarke, Roger Brierley, Peter Firth, Frances Barber, Gary Oldman, Googie Withers, Anna Massey, Peter Faulkner, Roger Lloyd-Pack, Sam Kelly, Roger Hammond, Edward Fox, Matthew Marsh, John Nettleton, Iain Glen, Shaheen Khan, Neville Phillips, Richard Cubison
TV Series. Drama
- Synopsis / Plot
- (1985-2002). 10 seasons. Producer Kenith Trodd was part of a 1984 team brought together to study how the BBC should respond to Channel Four's pioneering efforts in making films for both television and theatrical release. The result was a transition from the earlier concept of studio-made plays, such as "Play for Today" and the introduction of the new BBC anthology film series, "Screen One" and "Screen Two," with Trodd's supervision of the initial group of titles in 1985.
: BAFTA TV Awards: Best Single Drama (For the episode "Skallagrigg")
: BAFTA TV Awards: Best Single Drama (For the Episode "The Clothes in the Wardrobe")
: BAFTA TV: Best Production Design. 6 Nominations
: Nominated for BAFTA TV: Best Single Drama ("Boulevard Haussmann)
: Nominated for BAFTA TV Awards: Best Single Drama ("Old Flames")
: Nominated for BAFTA TV Awards: Best Single Drama ("Sweet as You Are")
: Nominated BAFTA TV Awards: Best Actress (Miranda Richardson) and Single Drama
: 6 BAFTA TV Awards, including Best Single Drama. 15 nominations
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