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The Mariner Series 24x30'

The second series will take Timothy Spall and his wife Shane from Wales to Scotland…Timothy's ambition is to reach Scotland, almost 500 nautical miles...

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Brit Cops: Rule of Law10x60'

Brit Cops takes another trip out onto the mean streets of some of the UK’s toughest towns and roughest cities. Brit Cops: Rule of Law puts you on the ...

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The Mariner3x60'

One of Britain’s best loved actors, Timothy Spall, is attempting to navigate around the coasts of Britain, in a barge. He hasn't had any lessons in go...

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Salvage Code Red: Series 26x60'

Salvage Code Red returns with another action packed character-driven adventure series. Each episode follows the real-life heroes from some of the wor...

Cars, Cops and Criminals: Series 2 Image

Cars, Cops and Criminals: Series 25x60'

The second series of this high rating show which looks at vehicle crime in Britain today and how the criminals are making easy money. This series wil...

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Wednesday 02 June 2010

Nat Geo rigs up oil spill doc

Steadfast produced a quick-turnaround doc about last month's Gulf of Mexico oil rig disaster for National Geographic.

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Monday 24 May 2010

Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea

Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea saw the actor and his wife end their journey on the Cornish coast, visiting St Ives and Padstow. The Steadfast Television production completed its run at 10pm on BBC4, with an audience of 432,700 (2.2%), well above the slot average of 194,900 (1.1%), and in line with the average of 459,400 (2.2%) for the first two episodes.

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Monday 10 May 2010

Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea

Timothy Spall: Somewhere at Sea followed on BBC4 at 10pm. The three-part series from Steadfast Television (an Apace Media company) follows the popular actor and his wife as they sail around Britain, starting in Cornwall and heading to south Wales. The strong audience of 571,000 (2.8%) easily outstripped the slot average of 205,800 (1.1%).

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