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Screen Two ratings (TV show, 1985-2002)

Screen Two
Rank1,582 / 18,987
Trend12
GenresDrama
Seasons15
Episodes120
Total votes24,933
Average votes208
Average rating7.3 / 10

Producer Kenith Trodd was part of a 1984 team brought together to study how the BBC should respond to Channel Four's pioneering efforts in making movies for television and theatrical release. The result was a transition from the earlier concept of studio-made plays, such as "Play for Today" and the introduction of the new BBC anthology movie series, "Screen One" and "Screen Two", with Trodd's supervision of the initial group of titles in 1985.

Directors: Adrian Shergold, Alan Clarke, Alan Cumming, Alan Dossor, Andy Wilson, Angela Pope, Barry Devlin, Ben Bolt, Bill Hays, Chris Bernard, Chris Bould, Christopher Morahan, Colin Bucksey, Colin Gregg, Colin Nutley, David Attwood, David Hare, Diarmuid Lawrence, Douglas Livingstone, Elijah Moshinsky, Gavin Millar, Giles Foster, Gillies MacKinnon, Guy Jenkin, Jack Clayton, Jack Gold, Jenny Wilkes, Jim Goddard, John Glenister, John Mackenzie, John Madden, Jon Amiel, Karl Francis, Les Blair, Leslie Stewart, Martin Campbell, Matthew Jacobs, Michael Caton-Jones, Michael Darlow, Mick Jackson, Mike Alexander, Nicholas Kent, Nicholas Renton, Nick Ward, Nigel Finch, Paul Seed, Paul Tickell, Pedr James, Peter Hammond, Philip Saville, Pierre Boutron, Piers Haggard, Renny Rye, Richard Eyre, Richard Spence, Roger Michell, Ross Devenish, Sandy Johnson, Simon Shore, Stephen Frears, Stephen Whittaker, Stuart Burge, Suri Krishnamma, Terence Ryan, Terry Johnson, Tim Fywell, Tristram Powell, Udayan Prasad, Waris Hussein, Witold StareckiWriters: Adrian Shergold, Al Ashton, Alan Bennett, Alice Thomas Ellis, Andrew Davies, Andrew Wallace, Anita Brookner, Anne Devlin, Barry Devlin, Bernard MacLaverty, Boleslaw Sulik, Brian Moore, Brian Phelan, Catherine Johnson, Christopher Hampton, David Hare, David Kane, Dennis Potter, Dirk Bogarde, Douglas Livingstone, Elaine Morgan, Frank Deasy, Franz Kafka, G.F. Newman, Graham Reid, Guy Hibbert, Guy Jenkin, Henry Green, Howard Schuman, Jack Clayton, Jane Austen, Jeanie Sims, John Bowen, John McGrath, Karl Francis, Ken Campbell, Leigh Jackson, Les Blair, Leslie Stewart, Margaret Atwood, Marjorie Wallace, Martin Allen, Martin Sherman, Matthew Jacobs, Meera Syal, Michael Frayn, Michael Palin, Molly Keane, Muriel Spark, Neil M. Gunn, Nick Davies, Nick Dear, Nick Dunning, Nick Ward, Nigel Williams, Nina Bawden, Patrick Malahide, Paula Milne, Peter Pearson, Philip Norman, Philippa Gregory, Ray Connolly, Raymond Hitchcock, Richard Norton-Taylor, Robert Smith, Robert W. Lenski, Robin Chapman, Roddy Doyle, Rona Munro, Ruth Rendell, Shane Connaughton, Shirley Cooklin, Simon Brett, Simon Gray, Stanley Price, Stephen Lowe, Stuart Urban, Thomas Hardy, Timberlake Wertenbaker, Tony Marchant, Trevor Griffiths, Trevor Preston, William Horwood, William McIlvanney, William Nicholson, William Trevor
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