Moving On: Series 4 (2013)
Wednesday 8th June 2016
Created by multi award-winning writer Jimmy McGovern (Cracker, Banished), hit BBC One drama Moving On: Series Four is coming to DVD on 27th June 2016 for the very first time courtesy of Simply Media.
This critically acclaimed long running series features stand alone episodes and has aired a total of 40 across seven series with an eighth series recently confirmed. Moving On explores complex issues from addiction, to depression; the life of a struggling single parent, to the pain of a loved one lost. Lies that should never have been spoken to truths that are hard to hear - all linked by the common theme of characters who reach a turning point in life... and then move on.
Featuring a wealth of well-known faces including Rob James-Collier (Downton Abbey), Olivier award winner Matthew Kelly (Stars in Your Eyes), comedian Jason Manford and BAFTA nominee Paul McGann (Withnail & I) and with one (That's Amore) being directed by the renowned actor and comedian Johnny Vegas (Benidorm) series four was originally broadcast in 2013 with five powerful episodes:
- The Shrine - A couple trying to sell their home find themselves in a compromising situation when a young boy is killed on their doorstep. (Starring Matthew Kelly, Barbara Flynn, Sally Carman, Steve Evets and Neil Bell)
- Visiting Order - A Norweigian mature student is forced to choose between her imprisoned father and her new boyfriend. (Starring Marian Saastad Ottesen, Rob James-Collier, Bjarne Henriksen and Morag Siller)
- Friends Like These - A struggling single mum befriends a new mother at the school but soon gets more that she bargained for. (Starring Gillian Kearney, Natasha Little and Rachel Leskovac)
- Blood Ties - A man starts looking after his father following a fall, but a tragic accident ensues. (Starring Paul McGann, Jack Shepherd, Jennifer Hennessy and Rob Jarvis)
- That's Amore - When a married couple split up they become flat mates from hell. (Starring Jason Manford, Rebekah Staton, Jack Deam and Patrick McDonnell)
Also starring Gillian Kearney (Casualty), Rob Jarvis (Marcella), Natasha Little (The Night Manager) and Rachel Leskovac (Coronation Street), this hugely popular, thought provoking series that tackles challenging themes arrives on DVD on 27 June 2016.
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Please note - Disc special features are subject to change, may differ from format to format and/or may differ from region to region.