Thursday, November 12, 2015

The Coroner

19 year old newcomer Grace Hogg-Robinson stars alongside former Casualty stars Claire Goose and Matt Bardock in a new BBC Daytime drama The Coroner.

Grace (represented by Jonathan Arun) plays Beth, the daughter of Jane (Claire Goose), a high flying solicitor, who after another failed relationship, returns to the small seaside town she escaped as a teenager to take up the post of Coroner. She finds herself forced to work with Davey, the boy who broke her heart and is now local Detective Sergeant, played by Matt Bardock.

Jane is the advocate for the dead. Investigating any sudden, violent or unexplained deaths in the fictional world of Lighthaven, in the beautiful South Hams of Devon.

The regular cast also includes Oliver Gomm as Clint, the Coroner’s Officer; Beatie Edney as Judith, Jane’s Mother; and Ivan Kaye as Mick, the pub landlord.

Produced and commissioned by the award winning BBC Birmingham Drama Village, in collaboration with BBC Worldwide and directed by Ian Barber, Matt Carter, Niall Fraser and Adrian Bean.

The Coroner has been created and written by Sally Abbott, and additional episode writers Ann Marie Di Mambro, Al Smith, David Bowker, Dan Muirden, Kit Lambert, Matthew Cooke, and Vincent Lund, with each of the ten episodes telling a single self-contained story.

The series was filmed on location in Devon, in and around Totnes and Dartmouth.

The Coroner starts on Monday 16th November on BBC One at 2:15pm.

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