The final part of Red Riding, finally justified the hype, I reckon. Read more
Greatness seems to have been bestowed on Red Riding, not for what it is, but rather for its pedigree. Read more
“…Where we do what we want”.
It’s hard to remember the last time C4 put so much weight behind one of its dramas. Red Riding, adapted from the novels of David Peace, tells the story of policing in Yorkshire through the 1970s and early ’80s. The trilogy was unveiled to the press tonight via a lowkey press launch in Shoreditch, East London.
C4’s Head of Drama, Liza Marshall, unveiled a selection of clips from each episode (which are set in 1974, 1980 and 1983 respectively), commenting that a production like this is reason enough the channel should be helped out of its current financial crisis. Read more