City on the small screen
A new TV drama starring Richard E Grant which was partly filmed in Bath has started this week.
Channel 4 chose several locations in the area for its four-part series The Fear, which began at 10pm on Monday night.
Filming took place earlier this year at Margaret's Buildings, Kingswood School and at the Circle Bath hospital in Peasedown St John.
Grant himself was in the city for the filming, shooting scenes at the Red Rag gallery in Margaret's Buildings, which was transformed into the world-famous Lanes in Brighton.
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The Fear stars Peter Mullan – who was in Tyrannosaur and War Horse – as the head of a respected Brighton family with a murky past, battling threats to his business while dealing with the onset of early Alzheimer's disease.
Grant plays a plastic surgeon in the drama, which is being shown for the next four nights.
Written by celebrated writer Rick Cottan and directed by Bafta-winning director Michael Samuels, it also stars onetime EastEnder Paul Nicholls and Game of Thrones and Iron Lady actor Harry Lloyd.
The programme was brought to Bath by location manager Jamie Lengyel, who has been responsible for a number of the city's other starring film and television roles, including The Duchess, with Keira Knightley.
At the time the Bath and North East Somerset-run Bath Film Office said it was pleased to be assisting with the preparations for the television series.
Cabinet member for sustainable development, councillor Cherry Beath (Lib Dem, Combe Down), said: "I'm delighted that Bath is proving to be such a popular filming destination."