Coronation Street Rogues, Angels, Heroes & Fools the Album


In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the nation’s favourite soap, past and present cast members of Coronation Street joined with the Royal Philharmonic orchestra to record Coronation Street -Rogues, Angels Heroes & Fools – THE ALBUM. Written by award-winning composer and lyricist Trisha Ward.

Do You Wanna Be A Popstar?

Hosted by American Idol and X Factor’s Simon Cowell and Myleene Klass “Do You Wanna Be A Popstar” takes three wanna-be popstars from world-famous stage-school, Sylvia Young’s on a journey from the stage-school classroom to the recording studio with advice from the world’s most famous record executive, Simon Cowell himself!.

The Greatest TV Cops of All Time (FIVE)

A retrospective and fun look at all of those cop shows everyone grew up with in the 70s and 80s. From Starsky and Hutch to Inspector Morse, the British way of policing to the good old American “shoot-up”, The Greatest TV Cops of All Time took the viewer on a fun ride of comparing the two cultures’ preferred way of presenting TV’s favourite genre: The Cop Show! Hosted by Sharon Gless, the infamous “Cagney” from Cagney and Lacey and the UK’s Dennis Waterman, tough-guy “Carter” from The Sweeney.

Reviews:

‘A hugely entertaining two hour romp through some of the best loved televison series of recent times’ Radio Times ‘Sharon Gless takes us through the top American cops while back in London town, Dennis Waterman’s in charge of the British scene. You can’t go wrong!’ – Daily Express

‘A big hurrah for these hugely rich seams of TV history!’ – Daily Mail

If I Could Cry (Video)

Working with Celtic Thunder singer, Paul Byrom, White Magic Entertainment completed filming on the video for the first feature track from Trisha Ward’s musical Sleeping Beauty, “If I Could Cry”.

Filming took place at Richmond’s historic “Ham House” with a film crew garnered from the best of the UK film industry, including Bafta winning director John Stephenson and Director of Photography, Mike Brewster (Harry Potter). The video starred up and coming Irish tenor Paul Byrom and Camilla Hardy (Starlight Express, So You Think You Can Dance).

Diva

Diva is a musical film currently in development by Lupine Films and Diva Rights. It is the story of a young girl (Melody) and her journey from her rural Larksong Island to the bright lights of the West End of London, following in the footsteps of her beloved Grandmother, Rose. Melody wants to fulfil her dream of becoming a West End star, a dream that is sadly denied to Rose, when the war threatens to thwart her plans. In the process of searching for fame and fortune, both young women risk true love, in the quest to make their dreams come true.

The trailer below has been directed by the UK feature film director, John Stephenson: