Un Bore Mercher - Netflix

They live in an unassuming and quiet little town in Carmarthenshire. But it's not long before the characters realise the beautiful area, once a peaceful haven, is actually a melting pot of dark secrets.

Faith's life is transformed when her husband disappears suddenly one Wednesday morning. As she battles to discover the truth behind his disappearance, a host of secrets come to light and she begins to question whether she really knows her husband at all.

One Wednesday morning….everything changes

Un Bore Mercher - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2017-11-05

Un Bore Mercher - Pip Broughton - Netflix

Pip Broughton is an English film and theatre director, producer and screenwriter.

Un Bore Mercher - Career - Netflix

Broughton began her career working in theatre, holding Artistic Directorships of Croydon Warehouse, Paines Plough and Nottingham Playhouse. Since 1995, Broughton has been working in film and television. She has directed several single films for Channel 4 and primetime drama series for both ITV and BBC, including: Blood on the Dole, The Bill, Close and True, and 55 Degrees North. Broughton moved into producing in 2009. She worked with several new filmmakers as part of Sky Arts' Playhouse Presents series. These include: Idris Elba, Matt Smith and Polly Stenham; and writers Frank McGuinness, Eve Ensler, Mark Ravenhill, Jeremy Brock, Paul O’Grady, Rebecca Lenkiewicz and Sandi Toksvig. In 2014, Broughton directed an adaptation of Under Milk Wood for the BBC, starring Michael Sheen, Tom Jones, and Jonathan Pryce . The same year, Broughton founded Vox Pictures with producer Adrian Bate. Its first production, Craig Roberts' directorial debut Just Jim, was released in 2015 and premiered at the SXSW Festival. In 2016, Broughton directed Aberfan: The Green Hollow, a film poem released to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Aberfan Disaster. The film, which starred Michael Sheen, Jonathan Pryce, Sian Phillips, Iwan Rehon, Eve Myles, Aimee-Ffion Edwards and Kimberley Nixon, received the highest BBC audience approval rating in five years, it won three BAFTA Cymru Awards, it was nominated for a BAFTA TV Best Single Drama Award, and received special commendation at the Grierson Awards . In 2017, Broughton produced and directed Keeping Faith / Un Bore Mercher through her company Vox Pictures. The series, starring Eve Myles and released on S4C and BBC Wales, became the best-performing non-network series for twenty years and the most successful non-network programme on BBC iPlayer of all time. A second series is currently in development . In 2018, Vox Pictures will release To Provide All People, a film poem written by Owen Sheers to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the National Health Service. Broughton will direct the programme and it will star Michael Sheen, Eve Myles, Martin Freeman, Jonathan Pryce, Sian Phillips, George MacKay, Michelle Fairley and Tamsin Grieg .

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