Stephen Graham and Jeff Pope film ITV drama in London
ITV has greenlit The Walk-In, a new drama from Jeff Pope, starring Stephen Graham about how a plot to kill an MP was foiled by an inside man.
The five-part series, filmed in London, is a state-of-the-world piece that centres on activist Matthew Collins (Graham), a reformed Neo-Nazi, now working as a bona fide journalist for the anti-racist organisation, Hope not Hate.
Forced to flee the UK and go into hiding in the 1990’s when he became a mole from within the BNP, Collins returned to Britain to make a new life for himself.
The drama focuses upon Collins and his work to stop the radicalisation of young white men before it begins. stars Jason Flemyng, Dean Charles Chapman, Leanne Best, Andrew Ellis and Christopher Coghill co-star.
Paul Andrew Williams directs; he previously worked with Pope on A Confession and Isolation Stories. Williams and Pope also exec produce alongside Graham and Tom Dunbar. Jo Johnson produces.
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