Calderdale talent will shine on screen in new BBC series

The show has been developed by producer Rebecca Papworth, director Paul Murphy, composer Anthony Davey and James Wilthew from Air Frames
The show has been developed by producer Rebecca Papworth, director Paul Murphy, composer Anthony Davey and James Wilthew from Air Frames

A Hebden Bridge production company will see its first credit on screens across the country tonight (Friday).

Home from Home is a six part comedy series on BBC1 One and centres around two families who have holiday homes a Lake District Holiday Park: the Hacketts and the Dillons.

The new BBC show features an all star cast

The new BBC show features an all star cast

The series features an all star cast in Johnny Vegas, Emilia Fox, Adam James, Niky Wardley, Susan Calman, Paul Barber, Pearce Quigley and Elaine Paige.

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The series has been developed by Hebden Bridge producer Rebecca Papworth and the show is the first credit for her company Can Can Productions.

She said: "It was a delight to be able to get hugely experienced Hebden Bridge based director Paul Murphy on board to direct, who then recruited Hebden Bridge based composer Anthony Davey and another local James Wilthew who shot drone footage for the production, with his company Air Frames.

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"All in all, there’s a lot of local talent used on this new BBC One series and we hope people will enjoy it, as we’re all very proud of it."

The first episode of Home from Home will be shown on BBC One tonight at 9.30pm.