Park Road (orig. Lærkevej) is a Danish comedy-drama-series from 2009, currently with 22 episodes, which is produced by Cosmo Film for TV 2. The series is directed by Kasper Gaardsøe, Mogens Hagedorn and Tilde Harkamp, while the script is written by Mette Heeno, Christian Torpe, Tine Krull Petersen, Anders Frithiof August and Jannik Tai Mosholt. The first episode was shown on September 24, 2009.
It has been selected at the Monte-Carlo Television Festival in 2010. The series includes shoots recorded at a former air base.
The title refers to Denmark's most popular street name, occurring in a total of 214 localities.
|Anette Støvelbæk||Astrid Borg|
|Henrik Prip||Kim Borg|
|Laura Drasbæk||Katrine Holm|
|Christian Tafdrup||Sune Holm|
|Sarah-Sofie Boussnina||Mathilde Holm|
|Claus Riis Østergaard||Andreas Norén|
|Mille Hoffmeyer Lehfeldt||Monica Dam|
|Søren Spanning||Torben Dahl|
|Søs Egelind||Elisabeth Sachs|
Heartbeat is a British period drama series, based upon the "Constable" series of novels written by Nicholas Rhea, and produced by ITV Studios from 1992 until 2010. The series is set during the 1960s around real-life and fictional locations within the North Riding of Yorkshire, with most episodes focused on stories that usually are separate but sometimes intersect with one another; in some episodes, a singular story takes place focused on a major incident.
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