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FM (TV Series)

FM
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Genre Situation comedy
Written by Ian Curtis
Oliver Lansley
Directed by Elliot Hegarty
Starring Chris O'Dowd
Kevin Bishop
Nina Sosanya
Daniel Kaluuya
Composer(s) Tim Laws
Country of origin United Kingdom
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 6
Production
Executive producer(s) Saurabh Kakkar
Producer(s) Izzy Mant
Editor(s) Mark Davies
Camera setup Single-camera
Running time 22 min.
Broadcast
Original channel ITV2
Picture format 16:9
Audio format Stereo
Original run 25 February 2009 – 1 April 2009
External links
Website

FM is a British sitcom which aired on ITV2, starring Chris O'Dowd (The IT Crowd), Kevin Bishop (Star Stories) and Nina Sosanya (Teachers). The series followed the lives of two DJs and their producer on their FM radio programme, "Skin 86.5 FM". The show also featured music from real-life artists and guest stars from the music industry.

The first episode aired on 25 February 2009 and the series ran for 6 episodes. It broadcast on Wednesdays at 22:30.[1] The series launched with 213,000 viewers. The whole series was re-run on Friday 3 April from 22:00 until 01:00. On 13 April 2009 the series was released on DVD with a BBFC rating of 15.[2]

ITV Studios began searching for funding from record companies and radio stations to produce a second series for the show.[3]

Cast and characters

Episodes

In addition to the title being a theme for each episode, they are also all names of songs; continuing the shows music related subject matter. The songs from each title are "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" by Indeep, "System Addict" by Five Star, "Return to Sender" by Elvis Presley, "Golden Lady" by Stevie Wonder, "Video Killed the Radio Star" by The Buggles, and "Blinded by the Light" by Manfred Mann's Earth Band.

# Title Original airdate Overall #
1.01 "Last Night a DJ Saved My Life" 25 February 2009 (2009-02-25)1
In between putting on their daily radio show, Lindsay tries to reinvent himself as a superstar club DJ, Jane gets to the eighth date for the first time, and Dom is haunted by his boyband past. Featuring an exclusive performance from Guillemots, plus guest appearances from Marianne Faithfull and Justin Hawkins
1.02 "System Addict" 4 March 2009 (2009-03-04)2
The group try to stick to some new resolutions: Dom gives up booze, Jane gives up cigarettes, and Lindsay gives up giving up on girls. Featuring a performance by The Wombats, and guest appearance by Toyah Willcox
1.03 "Return to Sender" 11 March 2009 (2009-03-11)3
Dom goes deaf, Jane is outed as a kleptomaniac, and Lindsay sends out an email that causes mayhem. Also features a guest performance by Ladyhawke
1.04 "Golden Lady" 18 March 2009 (2009-03-18)4
Lindsay, Dom and Jane have very different experiences of awards season. Featuring Konnie Huq and The Subways
1.05 "Video Killed the Radio Star" 25 March 2009 (2009-03-25)5
When Lindsay is given the chance to move into TV, he finds the leap harder than expected. Jane suspects that runner Ades is flirting with her. And Dom gets ready for the annual radio industry pub quiz by insulting Tim Westwood and threatening Richard Bacon. Featuring guest stars Sarah Champion and Jamie Theakston, plus a performance by Sway
1.06 "Blinded by the Light" 1 April 2009 (2009-04-01)6
Lindsay finds his principles tested when he meets a gorgeous but talentless singer. Meanwhile, Dom is conflicted when he is offered a job at a rival station, and Jane meets her nemesis. Featuring a guest appearance by Oliver Chris and a performance by The Charlatans and Screaming Tea Party

References

External links

  • itv.com
  • Internet Movie Database
  • British Comedy Guide
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