Category: ON LOCATION
It’s all about You & Me
DQ hits the park and the pub in London to join the cast and crew on location for You & Me, a new three-part ITVX drama that asks whether the power of love is worth the risk of heartbreak.
Baby on board
Maternal writer Jacqui Honess-Martin and star Lisa McGrillis reveal how reality met fiction when making this six-part drama about three working mothers returning to their hospital jobs after having children.
As BBC series Father Brown returns for a milestone 10th season, DQ heads to the sunlit Cotswolds to find the vicar-turned-detective entertaining a royal visitor while gathering an increasing number of famous fans around the world.
A unique workplace procedural is heightened by mysterious environmental forces in Prime Video’s The Rig. DQ meets writer David Macpherson, executive producer Derek Wax and the drama’s A-list cast dubbed the Scottish Avengers.
Going it Alone
The cast and creative team behind UKTV comedy We Are Not Alone tell DQ why this feature-length comedy focuses less on Earth’s alien visitors than humankind’s own stupidity.
Hitting the dance floor
DQ visits Valencia to get the lowdown on Spanish drama series La Ruta (The Route), which portrays the personal journey of five friends in the middle of a cultural movement around techno music in the 1980s.
DQ heads to Wales to watch filming of the second season of The Pact, in which new secrets are unearthed as a mysterious stranger visits a family and claims to be a previously unknown sibling, with seismic consequences.
Coming to a Head
DQ tests out its sea legs on the set of the second season of survival thriller The Head, where the cast and crew tease details of a new story set on a cargo ship. Irene Jimenez reports.
DQ travels to Finland to meet the cast and creative team of Mobile 101, an upcoming drama that charts the rise of Nokia amid the mobile phone technology boom of the 1980s and 1990s.
The cast and crew of ITV crime drama The Long Call take DQ behind the scenes to discuss adapting Ann Cleeves’ novel, filming in a car showroom and the birth of ‘North Devon noir.’
The cast and crew of The North Water reveal their perilous experience filming scenes in the Arctic for this story of an 1850s whaling expedition, written and directed by Andrew Haigh.
DQ takes a virtual trip to Netflix’s Tres Cantos studio on the outskirts of Madrid to get a look at the production process behind the hotly anticipated fifth and final season of Spanish series La Casa de Papel (Money Heist).
Raising Davies’ boys
DQ visits Manchester to watch filming for Russell T Davies’ latest drama, It’s a Sin, in which four friends share joy and heartbreak as they grow up in the shadow of AIDS in the 1980s.
Line of Duty and The Durrells star Keeley Hawes tells DQ about stepping into production with her company Buddy Club for ITV’s blackly comic drama Finding Alice.
Bridgerton, the first Netflix series from Shonda Rhimes’ Shondaland, upends costume drama traditions in a romantic, scandalous take on Regency England.
Master of nuns
DQ reports from the set of Black Narcissus, the FX and BBC miniseries based on the classic novel that screenwriter Amanda Coe describes as “The Shining with nuns.”
Simon Pegg and Nick Frost open up about the influences and ambitions behind their horror-comedy series Truth Seekers, in which a broadband engineer and amateur ghost hunter stumbles into a real-life haunting.
Out of the shadows
DQ heads to Prague to meet the cast and crew of Shadowplay, a crime drama set in post-war Berlin where characters with competing agendas battle for power in a lawless city.
British miniseries Adult Material stars Hayley Squires as an adult industry performer who begins to question what’s real and what’s fake in the only business she has ever known as her life and career begin to unravel.
The cast and crew of lavish period drama The Singapore Grip welcome DQ to Malaysia, where the weather serves up a taste of events to come in this adaptation of JG Farrell’s novel.