Acorn Antiques Julie Walters, Victoria Wood Acorn Antiques is a parodic soap opera written by Victoria Wood as a regular feature in the two seasons of Victoria Wood As Seen On TV, which ran from 1985 to 1987. It was turned into a musical by
Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story Hugh Bonneville, Alun Armstrong, Nicholas Woodeson Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story is a 2008 BBC Television docudrama written by Amanda Coe. Set in the 1960s, it recounts the initial campaigning activities of the British morality campaigner Mary
BBC2 Playhouse Liam Neeson, Ian McKellen, Helen Mirren BBC2 Playhouse is a drama TV series created by Sarah Pia Anderson.
Boys from the Blackstuff Julie Walters, Bernard Hill, Paul Barber Boys from the Blackstuff is a British television drama series of five episodes, originally transmitted from 10 October to 7 November 1982 on BBC2. The serial was written by Liverpudlian playwright
Dinnerladies Julie Walters, Victoria Wood, Shobna Gulati Dinnerladies is a British sitcom which was created, written and co-produced by Victoria Wood. Two series were broadcast on BBC One from 1998 to 2000, with 16 episodes in total. The programme is
Nearly A Happy Ending Victoria Wood, Paul Seed, Christopher Godwin Nearly A Happy Ending is a television play written by Victoria Wood, which ITV broadcast on 1 June 1980. It is a sequel to Wood's earlier play Talent, with the same lead characters: Julie and
Empire Road Julie Walters, Rudolph Walker, Joseph Marcell Empire Road is a British television series, made by the BBC in 1978 and 1979. Written by Michael Abbensetts, the programme ran for two series. The series was the first British television series to be
G.B.H. Julie Walters, Anna Friel, Michael Palin GBH was a seven-part British television drama written by Alan Bleasdale shown in the summer of 1991 on Channel 4. The protagonists were Michael Murray, the Militant tendency-supporting Labour leader
Pat and Margaret Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie, Thora Hird Pat and Margaret is a British television film written by comedian Victoria Wood. The story follows sisters Margaret, a cook, and Pat, a successful actress in the United States, after they are reunited
Talent Victoria Wood, Kevin Lloyd, Bill Waddington Talent is a play written by Victoria Wood, first performed in 1978. It centres on two friends, one of whom is about to enter a talent contest in a run down nightclub. Commissioned for the Crucible
Happy Since I Met You Julie Walters, Tracey Ullman, Jim Bowen Happy Since I Met You is a television play written by Victoria Wood, and broadcast on ITV on 9 August 1981. It stars Julie Walters, Duncan Preston, Tracey Ullman and Jim Bowen and was directed by Baz
Jake's Progress Julie Walters, Lindsay Duncan, Robert Lindsay Jake's Progress is a television program.
Murder Julie Walters Murder is a 2002 television film nominated at 2003 British Academy Television Award for Best Drama Serial.
Screen One Lauren Bacall, Julie Walters, Iain Glen Screen One is a British television anthology drama series, produced by the BBC and transmitted on BBC1 between 1989 and 1993. Following the demise of the BBC's Play for Today which ran from 1970 to
Victoria Wood with All The Trimmings Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie, Anne Reid Victoria Wood with All The Trimmings was a one-off Christmas comedy sketch-show special, written by and starring comedienne Victoria Wood. It was first broadcast on BBC1 on Christmas Day 2000. Lasting
Victoria Wood's Mid Life Christmas Victoria Wood, Emily Atack, Jayne Torvill Victoria Wood's Mid Life Christmas is a comedy sketch show written by and starring comedian Victoria Wood, broadcast on Christmas Eve 2009. The programme, Wood's first sketch show for nine years, was
Strange Relations Julie Walters Strange Relations is a 2001 drama and comedy film written by Tim Kazurinsky and directed by Paul Seed.
Talking Heads Maggie Smith, Julie Walters, Eileen Atkins Talking Heads is a series of dramatic monologues written for BBC television by British playwright Alan Bennett. The two series were first broadcast in 1988 and 1998, and have since been broadcast on
The Canterbury Tales Billie Piper, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Andrew Lincoln The Canterbury Tales is a series of six single dramas that originally aired on BBC One in 2003. Each story is an adaptation of one of Geoffrey Chaucer's 14th century Canterbury Tales which are
The Jury II Julie Walters
The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Julie Walters, Lulu, Louise Jameson The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾ is a British television series based on the book of the same name written by Sue Townsend. It started in 1985 and starred Gian Sammarco, as the title
Theatre Night Ian McKellen, Helena Bonham Carter, Tim Roth Theatre night is a 1986 British Academy Film and Television Awards nominated TV program For Video Cameraman.
Victoria Wood Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Victoria Wood Victoria Wood was a series of six one-off situation comedies written by and starring Victoria Wood in 1989, who took a break from sketches, two years after her very successful and award winning series
Victoria Wood As Seen On TV Julie Walters, Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie Victoria Wood As Seen On TV was a British comedy sketch series starring comedian Victoria Wood, with Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston, Susie Blake and Patricia Routledge. The show was
Wood and Walters Julie Walters, Rik Mayall, Victoria Wood Wood and Walters is a British television comedy sketch show starring Julie Walters and Victoria Wood for Granada Television and written entirely by Wood. The show was short-lived, with one pilot in