Name: Margaret Ashley
Lives in: London, England
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Strange But True?
Television (Biography and Mystery) Actress Michael Aspel explores stories of the unexplained.
Television (Drama) Actress Ngozi Onwurah's "White Men Are Cracking Up" uses a murder mystery to explore the legacies of British colonialism and the exoticization of Black women. Using magic realism, "Memsahib Rita" by Pratibha Parmar looks at the physical and emotional violence of racism. Shanti is haunted by both the racist taunts of nationalist white youths and the memory of her white mother. Dani Williamson's "Get Me to the Crematorium on Time" is a moving portrait of undying love and grief. When her husband of twenty years dies, Bonetta is overcome by her loss and is taken to a mental hospital; but she knows she must escape to get to the crematorium to say farewell to the man with whom she has shared her life. In Frances-Anne Solomon's "Bideshi" a 50-year-old Bengali man lies in a coma in hospital, his soul stuck in a dark tunnel near death, until a resolution of his conflict with his daughter liberates his spirit. "Siren Spirits" shows the powerful complexity of family and race relations in contemporary ... Written by Johnny
Television (Drama) Actress This British children's drama series, set in the children's ward of the fictitious South Park Hospital, tells the stories of the young patients and the staff present there.
Television (Comedy) Actress Sitcom focusing on a local Neighbourhood Watch group.
Television (Drama) Actress The lives of firefighters at Blackwall Fire Station.
First Among Equals
Television (Drama) Actress Political drama about the parallel careers of four MPs who all join Parliament in the mid-1960s.
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