Sex education Producer Eleven is behind a British / Australian drama series with a group of expatriates in the 1950s for the BBC and Aussie SVOD Stan.
Newcomer And Brassic Writer Danny Brocklurst writes Ten pound pomes, A rare co-production between the British and Australian networks.
The six-part, soon to be filmed in Australia, follows a group of British As they left post-war Britain in 1956, they embarked on a life-changing adventure on the other side of the globe. At the center of the drama is the Roberts family, who try to find a way to make the best of their situation, but the poor living conditions in the immigrant hostels and the local attitude towards the immigrants test them in ways they could never have imagined. And they are not the only people in the hostel who ignore the truth.
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Brocklhurst is described by an established British writer Ten pound poms What it means to start all over again as part of a “big brave character, to be an outsider in a new country.”
“The aid immigration program is a little-known part of British and Australian history but provides endless stories about those who have traveled to other parts of the world in search of a better life,” he added.
Ten pound poms It was commissioned by BBC drama director Pierce Wenger. The series is co-produced by Tommy Bullfin for the BBC, Kayla Scooby and Amanda Dutty for Stan, Joel Wilson and Jamie Campbell for the Eleven and Olivia Trench. Brocklurst is joined by Ryan Griffin, Smitha Wade and Ava Pickett. Sony Pictures Television (SPT) will distribute worldwide.