Delve deeper into The Cry with exclusive insights from the team behind the show.
Jenna Coleman on the need to keep things ‘light’ between takes.
Ewen Leslie on how spin doctor Alistair finds himself in the glare of unwelcome publicity.
Asher Keddie on how motherhood helped her portray the complexities of her character.
Elizabeth harbours sorrows about her lack of connection to Alistair.
The brilliant hooks and twists she learned about while preparing for her role as Kirsty.
The Cry composer, Lorne Balfe, on his process for creating the music for the show.
Mark Leese takes us on a tour of one of the show's key locations.
Glendyn Ivin discusses translating the essence of the book to the screen.
She also explains the challenges of the shooting in Australia and Scotland.
The Cry screenwriter Jacquelin Perske on why she loved the process of making the show.
She explains how her trust in the production team gave her confidence in the series.
Built by hand applying water to paper, it allows ink to flow along the path.
Each element builds over time, each hinting towards a subtle plot point in the story.