2009 FOR KING & COUNTRY Directed stage production for ACT/Touring Partnership Starring: Adam Gillen, Written by John Wilson
2008 LAW & ORDER,Kudos Film & Television for ITV, 1 x 60 min
2007/8 TRIAL & RETRIBUTION XIX La Plante Productions for ITV, 2 x 60 mins
FOYLE’S WAR 2 x 90 min films for Greenlit Productions/ITV
2006 TRIAL & RETRIBUTION XIII: Curriculum Vitae La Plante Productions for ITV, 2 x 90 mins
FOYLE’S WAR Single Film for Greenlit Production/ITV, starring Michael Kitchen
2005 THE COMMANDER III: Blacklight La Plante Productions for ITV, 2 x 90 mins, with Amanda Burton
TRIAL & RETRIBUTION: The Lovers La Plante Productions for ITV, 2 x 90 mins
JUDGE JOHN DEED One Eyed Dog/BBC, 90-minute episode, starring Martin Shaw
2004 FALLING Granada/ITV, 2 hour TV film based on Elizabeth Jane Howard’s novel Script by Andrew Davies, starring Michael Kitchen &
Penelope Wilton
JUDGE JOHN DEED One Eyed Dog/BBC, 90-minute episode, starring Martin Shaw
2002/3 SPARKLING CYANIDE Company/ITV, 2-hour film based on Agatha Christie story Script by Laura Lamson, starring Pauline Collins, Oliver Ford Davies, Clare Holman & Lia Williams
2001 ANYBODY’S NIGHTMARE Carlton/ITV, 90’ TV film, starring Patricia Routledge
2000 WITHOUT MOTIVE United/ITV, starring Ross Kemp, Kenneth Cranham
1998/9 KAVANAGH QC Carlton, 2 x 90 mins, starring John Thaw
1998 TALKING HEADS BBC, by Alan Bennett, starring Penelope Wilton
1996 KAVANAGH QC Carlton, 1 x 90 mins, starring John Thaw
1995/6 DROVER’S GOLD BBC, 3 x 50 minute series, starring Geraldine James, David Calder & Emma Fielding
1994/5 TEARS BEFORE BEDTIME BBC. 4 x 1 hour comedy/drama Written by Sandy Welch, with Samantha Bond & Lesley Manville
1993 SELECTED EXITS BBC Wales, starring Anthony Hopkins Winner, RTS Award, Regional Single Drama
1992/3 THE LONG ROADS BBC Screen Two, written by John McGrath Winner, Scottish BAFTA Award
1992 THE OLD DEVILS BBC, 3 x 1 hour adapted by Andrew Davies from Kingsley Amis novel
AMERICAN FRIENDS Feature, written with and starring Michael Palin, co-starring Connie Booth Producer: Prominent Features Winner, WGGB Award for Best Film Screenplay
1991 COUNT OF SOLAR BBC Screen Two, starring David Calder and a cast of deaf children
1990 THE KREMLIN FAREWELL BBC, by Nigel Williams, starring Richard Wilson, Freddie Jones, Polly Walker
1989 NO. 27 BBC, written by Michael Palin & starring Nigel Planer and Joyce Carey
1988 THE TEMPTATION OF EILEEN HUGHES Adaptation of Brian Moore’s novel for BBC, starring Jim Norton, Angharad Rees
1987 TALKING HEADS BBC, written by Alan Bennett, starring Stephanie Cole BAFTA nomination, Best Drama Series
EAST OF IPSWICH BBC, comedy written by Michael Palin BAFTA nomination 1987 for Best Single Drama
1986 THE JEAN RHYS WOMAN Drama documentary based on the life and work of Jean Rhys, with Eileen Atkins
LIVING TOGETHER Drama based on life of Ivy Compton Burnet, with Celia Johnson, Roland Culver
A HAUNTED MAN Drama based on Thomas Hardy & his wife Emma, with Cyril Luckham & Billie Whitelaw
1985 WORDS FAIL ME Drama based on the childhood of Beryl Bainbridge, with Elizabeth Spriggs, Joanne Whalley
1984 THE GHOST WRITER BBC/PBS, based on Philip Roth novel with Claire Bloom, Sam Wannamaker & Mark Linn Baker Winner of Grand Prize, Banff Festival Award, 1984
1981 NO COUNTRY FOR OLD MEN Drama based on ‘exile’ of Jonathan Swift, with Trevor Howard, Cyril Cusack Written by David Nokes Winner of Design and Directors Award 1983
1980 WE THINK THE WORLD OF YOU Drama about JR Ackerley for Omnibus BAFTA Award Winner 1981
DAG HAMMARSKJOLD & THE CONGO Dramatisation of UN Secretary’s role in the Belgian Congo Crisis



Profiles of Malcolm Lowry, Nadine Gordimer, Ruth P Jhabvala, Samuel Beckett, Mishima, Marcel Duchamp, Jocelyn Brooke and the bunraku Theatre of Japan, as well as an early history of photography, FROM TODAY PAINTING IS DEAD, a further photography documentary made with Susan Sontag, an impression of New York called WEST SIDE STORIES with Jonathan Miller and Patti Smith, a history of TV commercials, BUT THE CLIENT LOVED IT, WOMEN IN CAPTIVITY, the story of female prisoners of war in the Far East. Documentaries for the award-winning ARENA (BAFTA winner ‘82, ‘83, ‘84) have been LAST WALTZ IN VIENNA (1983), an account of the fortunes of a Jewish family in Austria in the 1930’s, MY DINNER WITH LOUIS (1984), a profile of French film director Louis Malle, FROM AN IMMIGRANT’S NOTEBOOK (1985), an account of Karen Blixen in Africa, THE JOURNEY MAN (1986), a film on English travel writer and novelist, Norman Lewis, and a two-part documentary on Alfred Hitchcock.