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Judi SAS, Capture 2 and Amazon’s Anansi Boys

Judi Lee Headman PSM, as we speak, is in Morocco finishing up on ‘SAS Rogue Heroes’. A fascinating true story of how the world’s greatest Special Forces service was created comes to BBC One. Drama, adventure and history are set to collide in SAS: Rogue Heroes, a brand new series from Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight.

He’s the man behind one of the BBC’s biggest drama hits, so expect edge-of-your-seat action and fascinating characters from his newest project. SAS: Rogue Heroes is based on the bestselling book by Ben Macintyre which tells the story of how the world’s greatest Special Forces unit, the SAS, was formed under extraordinary circumstances in the darkest days of World War Two. Starring Dominic West and Director by Tom Shankland ( The Serpent ).

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Next project for Judi, will be straight onto series 2 of the very successful BBC’s and Heyday Television ‘The Capture’.

The show’s renewal follows the success of the first series, which received over 22 million requests on BBC iPlayer, according to the BBC.

Holliday Grainger (Patrick Melrose, Cinderella) will reprise her role as DI Rachel Carey for series two, which will be written by the show’s creator Ben Chanan. Series two will be directed and lead by James Kent ( Testament of Youth, The Aftermath).


We have exciting news that towards the end of the year Judi will lead the sound department on a massively funded Amazon project, Neil Gaiman’s ‘Anansi Boys’, a Gaimanesque fantasy set around Afro-Caribbean culture.

Anansi Boys is a fantasy novel by English writer Neil Gaiman. In the novel, Mr. Nancy (an incarnation of the West African trickster god Anansi) dies, leaving two sons, who in turn discover each other. The novel follows their adventures as they explore their common heritage, and is a sequel to another Gaiman novel, American Gods.

Paul Frift is a producer on the series, with Douglas Mackinnon directing the series. Frift, Gaiman, and Mackinnon have all worked together before on Amazon’s Good Omens, which Mackinnon helmed and Gaiman penned.  It will be branded as a miniseries, it will have six episodes, and each episode will be sixty minutes long. The show is produced by Endor Productions.


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Judi Lee Headman AMPS

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