Moving Wallpaper. Image shows from L to R: Jonathan Pope (Ben Miller), Sam Phillips (Lucy Liemann). Copyright: Kudos Productions.

Moving Wallpaper

ITV sitcom / comedy drama about making TV. 18 episodes (2 series), 2008 - 2009. Stars Ben Miller, Lucy Liemann, James Lance, Dave Lamb and others.

Series 2 - Renaissance, Episode 2

Jonathan attempts to impress some American TV executives. Meanwhile Gillian has a new boyfriend and Tom must calm the rather rampant Nancy.

Further details

Moving Wallpaper. Jonathan Pope (Ben Miller). Copyright: Kudos Productions / Red Planet Pictures.

Jonathan wants to get Renaissance off to a good start by getting American interest in the show. He's miraculously managed to bag his stars - Kelly Brook and Alan Dale. He has his hoard of zombies, special effects and grand sets, all the ingredients to impress the American execs, but it's just not enough for Jonathan - he also wants his team to be as Americanised as possible. Cue the arrival of baseball caps, a basket ball hoop in the office and Jonathan miraculously becoming temporarily Jewish!

However, the team have other things on their mind. Gillian is loved up with her new boyfriend who seems to 'love' everything and Tom is set the task of calming a rather rampant Nancy.

Predictably Jonathan's plan to woo the American executives starts to unravel and cracks start to show when Jonathan injures a member of the crew by throwing a brick at his head after mistaking it for a fake prop.

Broadcast details

Date
Friday 6th March 2009
Time
9pm
Channel
ITV
Length
30 minutes

Cast & crew

Regular cast
Ben Miller Jonathan Pope
Lucy Liemann Sam Phillips
James Lance Tom Warren
Dave Lamb Carl Morris
Sarah Hadland Gillian McGovern
Sinead Keenan Kelly Hawkins
Elizabeth Berrington Mel Debrou
Raquel Cassidy Nancy Weeks
Alan Dale Self
Kelly Brook Self
Guest cast
Martin Trenaman Andy (Gillian's Boyfriend)
Ricky Nixon Kyle
George Maguire Tim
Georgia Henshaw Chloe
Sean Power Rob (American Exec)
Mark Dexter (as Mark Dexter) Danny
Writing team
Will Smith Writer
Roger Drew Writer
Production team
Gordon Anderson Director
Howard Burch Producer
Jane Featherstone Executive Producer
Alison Jackson Executive Producer
Tony Jordan Executive Producer
Charlotte Bloxham Co-producer
Jude Liknaitzky Co-producer
Sam Williams Editor
Brian Sykes Production Designer
Jonathan Whitehead Composer
Steve Isles Composer

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