Film and TV scores

Film and Television

"La Vie en Rose" aka "La Mome"  
*BAFTA award 2008 for best film score* *Czech Lion award 2008 for best film score* Nominated for an Ivor Novello Award 2008
Feature Film.
Director, Olivier Dahan. Produced by Legende, Paris.Marion Cotillard, Sylvie Testud, Pascal Greggory, Gerard Depardieu

Death on the Nile (2004)
Feature-length adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel starring David Suchet as ‘Poirot.’
Director, Andy Wilson. Producer Margaret Mitchell
Five Little Pigs (2004) 
Feature-length adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel starring David Suchet as ‘Poirot.’
Director Paul Unwin. Producer Margaret Mitchell
Sad Cypress (2004)
Feature-length adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel starring David Suchet as ‘Poirot.’
Director David Moore. Producer Margaret Mitchell
The Hollow 
(2004)
Feature-length adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel starring David Suchet as ‘Poirot.’
Director Siman Langton. Producer Margaret Mitchell
Rosemary and Thyme (12 episodes 2003-2006) 
Series for television.
Producer Brian Eastman (Carnival Films & Television) Directors Brian Farnham, Tom Clegg, and Simon Langton. Starring Felicity Kendal and Pam Ferris
Lighthouse Hill (2004)
Feature Film.
Director David Fairman. Starring Jason Flemyng, Kirsty Mitchell.
The Boy David (2003)
Documentary/feature film. Director/producer Alex McCall
Pollyanna (2003)
Feature length drama for television.
Director Sarah Harding. Producer Trevor Hopkins. Starring Amanda Burton, Kenneth Cranham, Georgina Terry, Pam Ferris.
Wild Africa (2001)
*Nominated for an Ivor Novello Award*
Six part series.
Produced by Patrick Morris, BBC Natural History.


The Innocent (2001)
Drama for television
Director Sarah Harding. Producer Hugh Warren. Starring Caroline Quentin, Paul Rhys, Clare Holman, Peter O’Brien
Anchor Me (2000)
Drama for television
Director Patrick Lau. Producer Sita Williams. Starring Annette Crosbie, Julia Ford, Iain Glen.
Firelight (1998) 
*Ivor Novello Award for best film score 1999*
 
Feature Film.
Director William Nicholson. Producer Brian Eastman Starring Sophie Marceau and Stephen Dillane


The Last Train (1999) 
Mini series in 6 parts for television.
Directors Stuart Orme, Alex Pillai. Producer Sita Williams.
Agatha Christie's Poirot (approximately 40 episodes) (1980 - 2004) 
*BAFTA award: best original Television Music 1989* *Nominated for Ivor Novello Award*
Producer Brian Eastman. Directors: various, including Rennie Rye, Edward Bennett, Peter Barbou-Flemming, Andrew Grieve. 


Karaoke & Cold Lazarus (1996) (8 episodes in total)
*Nominated for Ivor Novello Award*
The two last works for television by Dennis Potter.
Director Renny Rye. Producer Kennith Trodd. Starring Albert Finney, Roy Hudd, Richard E Grant, Julie Christie, Frances de la Tour, Ciaran Hinds


Midnight Movie (1994)
Feature film.
Written and produced by Dennis Potter, directed by Rennie Rye. Starring Jim Carter, Louise Germaine, Brian Dennehy.
Rebecca (1997) 
*Ivor Novello Award for best score for a broadcast 199
Feature-length adaptation of Daphne du Maurier's novel. 
Director Jim O'Brian. Producer Hilary Heath. Starring Charles Dance, Emilia Fox, Diana Rigg, Faye Dunaway


When the Whales Came (1989)
*Nominated for Anthony Asquith Award, BFI*
Feature film Directed by Clive Rees.
Produced by Simon Channing Williams, Alexander Myers, Geoffrey Wansell.Starring Helen Mirren, Paul Scofield, David Threlfall.
The Cater Street Hangman (1998)
Feature length TV drama.
Directed by Sarah Hellings. Produced by June Wyndham-Davies. Starring Eoin McCarthy, Keeley Hawes, Peter Egan.
The Big Battalions (1992)
*Nominated for BAFTA and Ivor Novello Awards* 
Mini series in 6 parts.
Directed by Andrew Grieve, produced by Brian Eastman.Starring Brian Cox, Jane Lapotaire, Siobhan McCarthy


A Life for a Life (1998)
Feature length TV drama.
Directed by Stephen Whittaker. Produced by Malcolm Craddock. Starring Olympia Dukakis and Tony Maudsley.
Hands of the Ripper (Hammer Films) (1971)
Feature Film.
Director Peter Sasdy, producer Aida Young. Starring Eric Porter and Angharad Rees
The Life and Crimes of William Palmer (1998)
Mini series in 2 parts for television
Directed by Alan Dossor, produced by David Reynolds. Starring Keith allen, Judy Cornwall, Freddie Jones, Jayne Ashbourne
Hokkaido - Garden of the Gods (1999)
Producer Patrick Morris. BBC Natural History.
Family Money (1997)
Mini series for television in 4 parts
Director Renny Rye, producer Rosemary Whitman. Starring Hans Matheson, Claire Bloom, June Whitfield, Nicholas Farrell, Samantha Bond
Middlemarch (1994)
*BAFTA award: best original Television Music 1994*
Director Anthony Page, producer Louis Marks. Starring Juliet Aubrey, Douglas Hodge, and Robert Hardy


The Affair (1995)
Director Paul Seed, producer John smithson. Starring Kerry Fox, Courtney P. Vance, Leland Gantt.
The Glass Virgin (1995) 
Mini series for television
Director Sarah Hellings, producer Ray Marshall. Starring Nigel Havers, Christine Kavanagh, Sylvia Sims, Brendan Coyle, Jan Graveson, Emily Mortimer,
All or Nothing at All (1993) 
Director Andrew Grieve, Producer Brian Eastman. Starring Hugh Laurie, Pippa Guard, siobhan McCarthy
Islands in the African Sky (1994)
Producer Patrick Morris. BBC Natural History.
Under Suspicion (1991)
*Ivor Novello Award for best film score 1991*
Feature film
Directed by Simon Moore, produced by Brian Eastman. Starring Liam Neeson, Kenneth Cranham, Laura San Giocomo
 
Yorkshire Glory (1991)
A hour long Symphonic Portrait of Yorkshire
Performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Vernon Handley, and broadcast with a film created by Ronnie Baxter.Also performed live in Leeds Town Hall.
Porterhouse Blue (1987)
*BAFTA award: best original Television Music 1988*

Mini series for television
Directed by Rob Knights, produced by Brian Eastman. Starring David Jason, Ian Richardson, Paul Rogers, John Sessions, Paula Jacobs


A Flame to the Phoenix (1985) 
Feature length drama for television.
Director William Brayne. Starring Ann Firbank, Paul Geoffrey and Malcolm Jamieson
Wilfred and Eileen (1981)
Mini series for television.
Director david Green, producer Colin Shindler. Starring Judi Bowker, Michael aldridge, and John Arnatt.
Charlie Muffin (1981) also known as A Deadly Game
Television feature film.
Director Jack Gold, producer Verity Lambert. Starring David Hemmings, Sam Wannamaker, Jennie Linden, Ian Richardson
Rogue Male (1977)
Television feature film.
Director Clive Donner, producer Mark Shivas. Starring Peter O’Toole, John Standing, Alistair Sim
The Three Hostages (1977) 
Television feature film.
Director Clive Donner, producer Mark shivas. Starring Barry Foster, Diana Quick, John Castle
The Long March 
*Nominated for Ivor Novello Award*
television advertising film.
Director Clive Rees. Cast: a lot of DOGS!


The Day of the Triffids (1981)
Mini series for television in 6 parts.
Directed by Ken Hanham, produced by David Maloney. Starring John Duttine, Emma Relph, Maurice Colbourne
Rebel Angel (1987) 
Documentary featuring the life and work of sculptor Jacob Epstein.
Directed by Catherine Collis
East Lynne (1982) 
Feature film for television.
Directed by David Green, produced by Colin shindler. Starring Lisa Eichhorn, Gemma Craven, Jane Asher, Tim Woodward, Annette Crosbie.
Mr. Majeika (1988)
Television series for children.
Directed by Michael Kerrigan, Roger Cheveley. Produced by Nigel Pickard, Roger Cheveley. Starring Stanley Baxter.
Knights of God (1987)
Television series in 13 parts.
Directed by Michael Kerrigan, Andrew Morgan. Produced by Anna Home, John Dale. Starring John woodvine, George Winter, Julian Fellowes, Patrick Troughton.
Chessgame (1983)
Mini series for television.
Directed by Ken Grieve, Roger Tucker, produced by Richard Everitt. Starring Terence Stamp, Carmen Du Sautoy, Michael Culver.
In Celebration (1975)
Feature film.
Director Lindsay Anderson. Starring Alan Bates, Brian Cox, Gabrielle Daye.
Goodbye Gemini (1970) 
Feature Film.
Director Alan Gibson, producer Joseph Shaftel. Starring Judy Geeson, Martin Potter, Michael Redgrave.
Stay with me till Morning (1981) 
Mini series for television.
Directed by David Reynolds, produced by Michael Glynn. Starring Nannette Newman, Paul Damon, Alison Elliott, Keith Barron.
Charlie was a Rich Man (1981)
Feature length television drama.
Director William Brayne, producer Richard Everitt. Starring Liam Neeson, Margaret Nolan.
Running Blind (1979)
Mini series for television.
Director William Brayne, producer Bob Mackintosh. Starring Stuart Wilson, George Sewell.
The Brack Report 
Television signature themeProducer Richard Bates
Intimate Strangers
Television signature theme.
Producer Richard Bates

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