TV Series created by Jimmy McGovern
Accused is a crime anthology show, in which each episode opens in a courtroom on the accused without knowing their crime or how they ended up on trial, the drama is told from the defendant's point of view. In Accused, viewers discover how an ordinary person got caught up in an extraordinary situation, ultimately revealing how one wrong turn leads to another, until it's too late to turn back.
Seen through the eyes of two very different men, Time is a visceral and high-stakes portrayal of life in the modern British penal system. It is a story of guilt and forgiveness, punishment and penitence and the impact that prison has on all those who pass through it.
The series is inspired by events during the eighteenth century when Britain established a penal colony in Australia to which convicts were sent.
Each episode features a separate story, which start as an ordinary individual is led to the dock to hear his fate. As each episode unravels we learn how each man came to be there. But on reflection should they be the accused? Are they innocent or guilty or somewhere in between?
"Moving On" is a new series of five unique, contemporary dramas starring Shelia Hancock, Richard Armitage and Joanne Frogatt.
Each episode of this British anthology series dramatizes the story of one of the families along a street in the North of England. Created by writer Jimmy McGovern, the ambitious series uses talented young writers to explore the dark underside of various ordinary families in the same community.
Dr. Eddie "Fitz" Fitzgerald (Robbie Coltrane) is an alcoholic, chain-smoking, womanizer who just happens to be an expert psychologist. In spite of marital and family problems, he is often called to assist the police in difficult cases that cannot be easily solved.