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False Witness

January 11 & 12, 2009 (UKTV)
Filmed: May 12 - June 27, 2008
Produced by Screentime Pty Ltd
Executive producers: Des Monaghan, Brendan Dahill, Justin Bodle, Tony Iffland
Producers: Greg Haddrick, Peter Andrikidis
Director: Peter Andrikidis
Writer: Peter Gawler

British diplomat Ian Porter is apprehended at Heathrow airport in possession of 20 kilos of heroin. Porter's unwillingness to co-operate leaves Scotland Yard Inspector Julie Hales believing he is doing business with Russian arms and drugs trafficker Sergei Krousov.
Unaware that Krousov has intentions to sell a suitcase bomb, Scotland Yard offers to cut Porter a deal to turn on Krousov. In return, they'll grant him immunity from prosecution and entry into their International Witness Protection Scheme.
Chief Inspector Hales accompanies Porter and his wife Pippa to Sydney, where chameleon Porter believes his handler at MI6 can manipulate the Australian Federal Police protection team to allow him to complete his mission.
Australian Federal Police agent Mark Wilson and Hales have no idea of Porter's MI6 links, so when their security is stunningly breached all hell breaks loose.

Starring: Dougray Scott, Rachael Blake, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Richard Roxburgh, Claire Forlani, Don Hany, Elan Zavelsky, Jonny Pasvolsky, Tony Martin, Socratis Otto, Stephen Curry, Alex Manglet, Shane Briant, Costa Ronin, Alin Sumarwata, Chris Haywood, Doris Younane

The Informant

Colin Friels, Stephen Curry, William McInnes

Fri, November 14, 2008 (Ten)
622,000 viewers (16th)
Produced by Screentime Pty Ltd
Executive Producers: Bob Campbell, Des Monaghan
Producers: Greg Haddrick
Writer: Greg Haddrick
Director: Peter Andrikidis

Richard Button is an ordinary guy with an outspoken wife and two teenage kids. He's also a highly secret but never-trusted informant for the Australian Serious Crime Agency. Father, husband and undercover agent, just who is the real Richard Button?

Starring: William McInnes, Colin Friels, Matt Day, Stephen Curry, Leanna Walsman, Anita Hegh


Georgie Parker, Cameron Daddo, Vince Colosimo, Rachael Carpani

Sun, August 31, 2008 (Nine)
1.125 million viewers (9th)
Executive Producers: Rosemary Blight, Chris Hilton, Jo Horsburgh
Producer: Ellenor Cox
Produced by: Kylie du Fresne
Concept: Marcus Gillezeau and Ellenor Cox
Writer: Tim Pye
Director: Tony Tilse
Composer: Guy Gross

Sydney, 2012. There has been no rain in the catchments for 247 days. Sydney's water supply is at its lowest levels in recorded history. The state government has built a desalination plant to drought-proof the city. At least that was the promise...
By midday on Christmas Eve the city is ringed by huge bushfires burning out of control. Mother Nature is on the warpath. A state of emergency is declared.
The NSW Premier, Angela Boardman (Georgie Parker), is a woman whose career — like the city itself — is teetering on the brink of disaster. It all depends on the successful management of the bushfire crisis.
Despite calls for calm, panic rises. More and more suburbs succumb to the flames. The city's infrastructure groans under the pressure. Power lines melt. Communications go down. Hospitals are running on generators with limited power — and there is barely any water left in the hoses to fight the fires.

Starring: Cameron Daddo, Rachael Carpani, Georgie Parker, Vince Colosimo; Bob Morley, Les Hill, Libby Tanner, Kathryn Beck, Brittany Byrnes, Alexandra Fowler