New BBC commission for Mammoth Screen

Company News April 15, 2013

The BBC announced in February that they have given the green light to a new series from Mammoth Screen to go into production later in the year. Remember Me is a 3 x 60 serial written by Gwyneth Hughes (Five Days, The Girl, The Mystery of Edwin Drood) who has established herself as one the very best TV writing talents in the UK today. The series was commissioned by Ben Stephenson and Danny Cohen for BBC One.

Remember Me is a haunting three-part mystery. On the day a frail old Yorkshireman leaves his own home to move into residential care, he becomes the sole witness to a violent death. His teenage care assistant tries to unravel the riddle of his strange and secretive life and is drawn into an eerie and dangerous world of lost love and betrayal.

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Vey sad that has died. A sound wizard who we had the pleasure to work with over many years and on many Mammoth shows. RIP.

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