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Jonathan Whitehead Scores ITV Series 'The Trouble With Maggie Cole'

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The Manners McDade composer has previously worked on the music for multiple comedy series

Jonathan Whitehead Scores ITV Series 'The Trouble With Maggie Cole'

The Trouble With Maggie Cole (starring Dawn French, Mark Heap and Julie Hesmondhalgh) is a new comedy drama, created and written by Mark Brotherhood. The series centres around Maggie Cole, the self-appointed oracle of a close-knit town community. Maggie’s gossip disrupts the town when a journalist interviews her about local life, and she gives him far more personal detail about their lives than he was counting on.

Executive producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise states that: “It’s a cautionary tale for anyone wanting to gain popularity by passing on unfounded gossip and Mark Brotherhood’s scripts are packed full of intrigue, comedy and suspense”.

Award-winning composer Jonathan Whitehead is best known for his music to comedy series such as Black Books, Smack The Pony, Moving Wallpaper and Armando Ianucci’s The Friday Night Armistice. His score to Green Wing was BAFTA-nominated and went on to win the prestigious RTS Award for Original Music.

Jonathan also wrote the titles, music and songs for The Day Today, Brass Eye and Nathan Barley in collaboration with Chris Morris. His most recent project was scoring Chris Morris’ new satirical dark comedy thriller ‘The Day Shall Come’.

The Trouble with Maggie Cole airs tonight, 9pm, ITV.

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Manners McDade, Wed, 04 Mar 2020 13:29:00 GMT