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Manners McDade's Oli Julian Scores Slew of New Releases

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Composer works on soundtracks for Cuckoo, Living The Dream, Catastrophe and Sex Education

Manners McDade's Oli Julian Scores Slew of New Releases

RTS award winner Oli Julian is a composer, producer and arranger of music for TV, films and commercials, working both collaboratively and solo. Signed to Manners McDade, he was recently awarded the RTS Craft and Design prize for Original Title Music in 2018 for BBC comedy Motherland. Oli’s other projects include Back (Channel 4), Plebs (ITV 2), Timewasters (ITV 2), Josh (BBC Three), Gap Year (E4) and series four and five of Episodes (BBC).

This week sees the release of many great TV projects Oli has worked on. 

Co-composed with Nick Foster, Cuckoo series five aired on BBC iPlayer last week (4th January).

Starring Greg Davies, Helen Baxendale, Taylor Lautner, Esther Smith and Tyger Drew Honey, Cuckoo is a British sitcom written by Robin French and Kieron Quirke. The series’ popularity has been prominent even since the launch when Cuckoo became BBC Three’s most watched comedy. Greg Davies also received a BAFTA nomination for Best Male Performance in a Comedy Programme and he was nominated for Best TV Comedy Actor at the British Comedy Awards where Cuckoo was nominated for Best New Comedy Programme.

You can watch Cuckoo here.

The second series of Sky 1’s popular Living The Dream airs tonight at 9pm on Sky One. Written by Mick Ford (The Five), Living the Dream follows a family (Philip Glenister and Lesley Sharp), who move from Yorkshire to run a trailer park in Florida. 

See more information here.

Channel 4’s BAFTA winning and Emmy nominated sitcom Catastrophe is a single camera comedy following an Irish woman and an American man as they navigate an unexpected pregnancy and the uneasy relationship that ensues. Written by and starring Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney, the series has garnered universal acclaim and a raft of awards since launching in 2015.

Tonight the brand new series 4 of Catastrophe airs on Channel 4 at 10pm.

An exciting new series, Sex Education (directed by Ben Taylor) is released on Netflix this Friday, January 11th. The coming-of-age series follows a teenager (Asa Butterfield) living with his sex therapist mother (Gillian Anderson) who teams up with a smart classmate (Emma Mackey) to start their own health clinic. 

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Genres: Music & Sound Design

Categories: Media and Entertainment, TV and Radio

Manners McDade, Tue, 08 Jan 2019 16:06:05 GMT