Television

2016. ‘Fleabag‘  
Six part  comedy  series with Phoebe Waller Bridges, Olivia Colman etc

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2016.  ‘The Rebel‘  (above)
Three part comedy series with Simon Callow and Anita Dobson

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2015′Churchill’s Secret
with Michael Gambon, Lindsay Duncan, Romola Garai

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2014 The hugely popular ‘Outlander
as Ned Gowan with Sam Heughan, Catriona Balfe, Tobias Menzies.
Bill should reappear in series 3

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2013. ‘Shetland
with Douglas Henshall, John Lynch, Alison O’Donnell

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2013. ‘37 Days
with Ian MacDiarmid,Tim Piggot Smith and Ken Cranham

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Hitler on Trial

‘Hitler on Trial
‘ For BBC4
Directed by Justin Hardy with Ian Hart,
Ed Stoppard, Alex Hanson and Anton Lesser

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2011 Artworks ‘When Bill Paterson met Bill Forsyth’,
a walk through a foggy Glasgow on locations of the 1983 film ‘Comfort and Joy


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‘ Doctor Who’
Spring 2010 as Prof Edwin Bracewell, a World War 2 boffin
helping the new Doctor played by Matt Smith

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Forgotten Fallen

‘Spanish Flu – The Forgotten Fallen’

(above) About the 1918 Flu pandemic directed by Justin Hardy with Charlotte Riley,
Mark Gatiss and Kenneth Cranham. Summer 2009
Recently nominated for a Scottish BAFTA for his role in this.

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‘Law and Order’ UK’
for ITV1 with Bradley Walsh and Jamie Bamber.

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‘Into the Storm” 
 (above) As Clement Attlee With Brendan Gleason, Janet McTeer.
Shown on HBO America and screened in the UK, November 2nd 2009.

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Little Dorrit

‘Little Dorrit’
(above) With Matthew MacFadyean, Tom Courtenay and James Fleet.
BBC. DVD now on sale

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‘Criminal Justice’
(above) With Ben Whishaw, Pete Postlethwaite, Lindsey Duncan and Con O’Neil. BBC 2008.

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‘Sea of Souls’

(above) Two part special with Neve Macintosh, Ben Miles and Douglas Henshall. BBC 2007.


Sherlock Holmes

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‘Sherlock Holmes and The Baker Street Irregulars’

(above) With Jonathan Pryce, Anna Chancellor and Michael Maloney. BBC 2007.

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‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’
With Imelda Staunton, Lenny James, Dean Lennox Kelly. 2005 .

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‘Lie with Me’
With Andrew Lincoln and Eve Best. 2004.

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‘Foyles War’
With Michael Kitchen and Peter Blythe. 2004

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‘Historians of Genius’
Jonathon Gili history series. BBC Four Feb 2004

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‘Sea of Souls’
(above) With Dawn Steele and Iain Robertson. BBC Scotland. 2003.

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‘Daniel Cable: Eyewitness’
With Joanne Frogatt and Eamon Boland ITV April 2003

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‘Dr Zhivago’
WithSam Niell, Hans Matheson and Celia Imrie. BBC1 November 2002

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‘Home Road Movies’
Animation/short 2001

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‘Othello’
With Keeley Hawes and Eamonn Walker 2001

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Traffik

‘Traffik’

(above) With Julia Ormond and Lindsey Duncan for Channel 4.
Originally shown in 1988 and screened again in April 2001.


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‘The Whistleblower’
With Amanda Burton, Neil Pearson and Penelope Wilton for the BBC – 2001.

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‘Rebel Heart’
for the BBC. 2001.

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‘Victoria Woods Christmas Special’
for the
BBC. 2000.

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‘Wives and Daughters’
(below) With Justine Waddell, Francesca Annisand Michael Gambon for the BBC. 1999.

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‘Mr White Goes to Westminster’
With Celia Imrie and Samantha Bond for Channel 4. 1997.

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‘Melissa’
With Julie Walters, Micheal Angelis and Jennifer Ehiefor the BBC. 1996.

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‘The Crow Road’
With Joe McFadden and Peter Capaldi for theBBC. BAFTA (Scot) for Best Actor. 1996.

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‘The Writing on the Wall’
With Lena Stolze, William Macy and Celia Imrie for the BBC. 1995.

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‘Tell Tale Hearts’
With Brid Brennan and Emma Fielding for BBC Scotland. 1992.

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‘The Singing Detective’
With Michael Gambon and Patrick Malahide for the BBC. 1986.

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‘Aufweidersehn Pet’
(below) With Tim Spall, Jimmy Nail and Kevin Whately for Central Television. 1985.

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‘Smileys People’
With Alec Guinessfor the BBC. 1978.

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‘The Vanishing Army’
for the BBC. 1978.

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‘Licking Hitler’
(below) With Kate Nelligan and Brenda Fricker.
David Hare’s first BAFTA award winning TV drama. 1977.

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