Gilles Bannier, Anders Engström
Stephen Dillane, Clémence Poésy
Manda Levin, Karen Wilson
A bizarre child abduction and a sabotaged plane inexplicably dropping out of the sky leads to an ever more complex and layered series of horrific revelations for Carl and Elise to unravel.
A burning fishing boat found on the Channel and a sinister animation contain a chilling hidden message turns into a new case for Karl and Elise, while an old investigation takes a shocking turn for Elise when a father is released from prison after his presumed-murdered son is found alive.
"Well made, well cast and ambitiously cinematic." The Independent
'...how hard you must have worked to deliver the excellent score we now have - with all that complexity of mood, that emotional range from the most intense action, through the lighter, tender moments, the creepiest baroque and the most rooted, psychologically truthful character beats.' Manda Levin, Executive Producer
Marek Losey, Louise Hooper, Andy Hay
James Nesbitt, Sienna Guillory
Carnival Film/Sky Atlantic
Richard Fell, Stan Lee, Gill Champion
What if you could control luck? Would that be the greatest power you could give a man? Or his worst nightmare?
Lucky Man is a bold, visually striking crime action thriller based on an idea by the legendary comic book writer Stan Lee. BAFTA nominated actor James Nesbitt plays Detective Inspector Harry Clayton, a brilliant but troubled cop and a compulsive gambler who is in danger of losing the thing he values most...
"Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's twinkle-eyed James Nesbitt, come to save us from a dearth of proper British TV superheroes." The Independent.
Adrian Shergold, Louise Hooper, Paul Whittington, Paul Gay
Kate Bartlett, Phil Hunter
Based on the gripping murder mystery novels by the award-winning crime writer Ann Cleeves, Brenda Blethyn OBE (Secrets & Lies, Little Voice, Pride & Prejudice) stars as Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope, a sharp but shambolic detective driven by her own personal demons. With caustic wit and singular charm, Vera and her trusted right-hand man DS Aiden Healy face four captivating murder mysteries each season, set against the breathtaking Northumberland landscape.
"Blethyn's Vera Stanhope has some marvellous aspects besides the sharpness of her wits, a sort of maddening, myopic narcissism that bespeaks not vanity but a desire to concentrate... This thoughtful dynamic, and many others, mount up into something that is more than just watchable." The Guardian.
'This music is so beautiful and haunting.' Sylvia Strike
Brian Kelly, Cilla Ware
Lauren Fraser, Siobhan Finneran
Tim Haines, Ross McKenzie
In a community nourished and sustained by myth and bordered by untamed nature, the search for a serial killer becomes a matter of life and death for local detective Annie Redford who is trying to cope with her first murder case. When the body of local man Niall Swift is found at the foot of Cain Mohr Mountain and an isolated human heart on the loch shore, the town's normality is shattered and the nightmare begins.
"The music from Ben Bartlett has been brilliant all series, from that haunting theme to the mournful strings and piano that have accompanied much of the action. The score has kept up the atmosphere that characterised the first episode throughout the rest of the series."
Trials of Jimmy Rose
Ray Winstone, Charlotte Randle
Career criminal Jimmy Rose has spent the last twelve years in prison for armed robbery. Now aged 61, Jimmy is a free man and wants to be with his family, but wife Jackie doesn't know if she loves him anymore. When Jimmy finds out that his granddaughter has gone off the rails, he's determined to bring her home, but he triggers a chain of events that could force him back into crime... Jimmy Rose lives by Newton's laws of motion: but with every action there are unforeseen reactions and they may cost Jimmy his marriage, his freedom and even his life.
Rory Kinnear, Christopher Eccleston
Jeff Pope, Richard Foster
A two-part drama about the infamous aristocrat Lord Lucan, who mysteriously disappeared in 1974 after being accused of murdering his children's nanny. Exploring blurred boundaries between madness and addiction, Bartlett's score is performed by the composer on a uniquely tuned Yamaha piano, with special piano preparations and string orchestra.
'Lucan was a brilliantly acted, cleverly scripted and beautifully shot drama.' The Independent
''Bartlett's music has been the crowning glory of this show...' The Guardian
Max Beesley, Marc Warren, John Simm
Andy Harries, Suzanne Mackie, Cris Cole
A group of middle-aged long-time friends find themselves caught up in a world of crime and police corruption after one of them is murdered while celebrating his early retirement in Majorca.
'Think Sexy Beast meets Shallow Grave and you’ll be in the right tequila bar..' The Telegraph
'The music for Mad Dogs is dramatic, atmospheric, tense and anxious and there's a tremendous sense of place too as we move from one geographic setting to another, and deeper into Africa and the heart of darkness.' Suzanne Mackie, Executive Producer
Walking with Dinosaurs
6-part Documentary Series
Tim Haines, Jasper James
John Lynch, Tomi Bednar-Landis
This genre-bending series uses the latest technology to bring back to life the amazing lost world of the Cretaceous, Triassic and Jurassic period's of Earth's history. Insights into how these mammoth creatures appeared, how they survived for millions of years and the mysteries of their sudden disappearance are explored in this fascinating and pioneering series.
'Employing the BBC Concert Orchestra, Bartlett presents a sumptuous score that echoes the experimental side of Goldsmith, the majesty of Williams and the romantic sweep of John Barry.' Reel Cool
The Mark Of Cain
Theatrical and TV Film
Red Production Company
BAFTA, Amnesty International
With harrowing images of the conspiratorial realities of modern warfare, this movie has won critical acclaim both in UK and worldwide.
Probing deep into the traumatic fallout for one soldier, guilt shame and power drive some highly moving and intimate scenes.