New BBC One drama on the day that changed Manchester forever
Philip Glenister returns to our TV screens this week in From There To Here, a new three part mini-series on BBC One.
The Life On Mars and Mad Dogs actor plays Daniel Cotton, a family man caught up in the IRA bomb which destroyed Manchester City Centre in June 1996.
As Daniel lies recovering in a hospital bed, his life slowly starts falls apart when his lies collide and the truth about his double life emerges.
But Daniel isn’t the only one with secrets.
As the lives of his son Charlie (Daniel Rigby), brother Robbo (Steven Mackintosh) and daughter Louise (Morven Christie) all spin out of control, Daniel’s father Samuel (Bernard Hill) has a 50-year-old secret which threatens to blow Daniel’s life apart yet again. Can the family survive more lies?
Written by Peter Bowker, From There To Here, looks set to be the TV hit of the summer, with 3 x 60 minute episodes spanning four years from ‘Football’s Coming Home’ in 1996 to the Millennium celebrations of 2000.
Set your Sky+ box now people, From There To Here is not to be missed!
From There to Here starts Thursday 22 May at 9pm on BBC One.