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The Secret Service

The Secret Service
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Music by Barry Gray


The origins of the series The Secret Service began in 1968 whilst working at Pinewood Studios, Gerry Anderson bumped into a familiar face of stage and screen: comic actor Stanley Unwin. With his whimsical charm and hilarious gibberish double talk (playfully christened ‘Unwinese’) Unwin had earned great popularity throughout the 50s and 60s and the Anderson’s immediately knew that they had found someone to base their next puppet series on. For several years the Century 21 team had toyed with directly basing a puppet character on a real-life actor, now the time had come to make it a reality. Duly, the Andersons developed a premise around Unwin, returning to their ‘unlikely spy’ scenario which had worked so well with Joe 90, they created ‘Father’ Unwin, a kindly priest who, despite outwardly disappearing into whimsy, doubles as a determined agent for British Intelligence. In the series the lines would be blurred even further between the miniature Supermarionation world and reality, as live action footage of Stanley Unwin would also be used in the series.

To appropriately reflect the The Secret Service’s premise and compliment the gentle title sequence created to introduce the series, Barry Gray decided step completely away from his usual attention-grabbing themes and write a three-part fugue in the style of the Baroque composer Bach. To perform the vocals, the Mike Sammes Singers were hired, the vocal group who Gray had used on the Supercar theme back in 1961. Once coupled with soft organ and minimalist percussion, a truly unique piece of inventive music was born to bookend Father Unwin’s adventures, which perfectly captured the off-beat nature of the series.


1. Century 21 Logo

2. Robbery at Healey Automation

3. The Secret Service Main Titles

4. Calling Father Unwin

5. Operation Intercept

6. 250 Hours

7. Sabotage
8. Aerial Spies

9. The Unwilling Accomplice

10. Feathered Bombers

11. Ambush

12. Bufflers Halt Reopens

13. The Train Hijack

14. The Secret Service End Titles 

Hotel Portofino

Hotel Portofino
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Music by Stefano Cabrera


Stefano Cabrera’s Jazz-infused soundtrack for Hotel Portofino, described by The Daily Mail as a “romantic costume drama that’s as blissful as a good gin cocktail”.

Eagle Eye Drama’s (Professor T, Before We Die) beautifully crafted period drama is set in the mid-1920s on the lush shores of the Italian riviera. Starring Natascha McElhone, Oliver Dench, Louisa Binder, the six-hour series centres around a British family looking for a fresh start in Italy. Based on the book by J.P. O’Connell and created by Matt Baker (Professor T), Hotel Portofino brings drama, mystery and escapism to our screens. The series depicts the lives of luxury hotel staff and locals in 1920s Italy, when Benito Mussolini’s brand of fascism was on the rise.

Stefano Cabrera is an Award-winning Italian composer and cellist. After graduating from the ‘Conservatorio Niccolò Paganini’ of Genoa, he further studied with Mario Brunello, Yo-Yo Ma, Amedeo Baldovino, Emil Kline. He also studied jazz and composition, as well as orchestration and arrangement at the Berklee School of Music. From 1994 to 2009 he worked as a section cello, composer and arranger at the ‘Carlo Felice’ Theater in Genoa. Since 2006 Cabrera has been the cellist and arranger for the GnuQuartet, with whom he tours internationally. As a TV/film composer he has worked on Suspect (2022), Hotel Portofino (2021), The Abominable Snow Baby (2021) and Clown (2020).



1. Hotel Portofino Opening Theme
2. Bella’s Theme
3. Preparing For The Guests
4. New Arrivals
5. A Magic Recipe
6. Morning Yoga
7. Claudine’s Arrival
8. Satisfaction in Perfection
9. Constance’s Theme
10. Morning Waltz
11. After Hours
12. The Storm
13. Claudine & Roberto
14. The Blackshirts
15. Nish & Gianluca’s Kiss
16. Frolicking In The Sea
17. Nish & Gianluca’s Love
18. Tennis for 3
19. The Rubens
20. Mistery
21. A New Day
22. Sadness & Reflection
23. A Pleasant Breeze
24. Dawn
25. Your Own War
26. A Magic Place
27. Portofino View
28. The Letter
29. I’m Roberto
30. Young Love
31. You Don’t Need To Do This
32. Helen Of Troy
33. A New Beginning
34. Hotel Portofino Closing Theme
35. Free To Be (Claudine’s Song)

Trigger Point

Trigger Point
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Music by Chris Roe


Trigger Point, Chris Roe’s impassioned electro acoustic score to ITV’s high-octane drama starring stage and screen actor Adrian Lester MBE and Line of Duty’s Vicky McClure. Produced by Jed Mercurio for HTM television.

Set in contemporary London, Trigger Point focuses on stories about the Bomb Disposal Squad, known as “Expo”, with officers risking their lives daily. Vicky McClure plays Lana Washington, the reckless ex-military officer and experienced bomb disposal operative. The Guardian describes the series as “utterly preposterous… but what a blast. Vicky McClure and Adrian Lester star in this slick police thriller full of bomb factories and banter. Just go in thinking CSI: Peckham or Line of Bomb Duty and you’ll have a great time.”

Chris Roe’s contemporary score immerses the listener in the tense emotional world of the characters with tender moments assigned to cello melodies and processed string ostinatos. This is a powerful, yet understated score. Here, the inner life of characters is truly brought to life through the waves of honest, uncompromising sound.

Composer Chris Roe is a classically trained composer and multi-instrumentalist with a background in contemporary experimental classical music. He has scored TV projects for BBC 2, BBC Storyville, SKY Atlantic. His most recent feature film project is the highly acclaimed After Love. This debut by BAFTA-nominated director Aleem Khan, starring Joanna Scanlan, was part of selection for Cannes Critics Week, BFI London Film Festival, Telluride amongst several others and the score won Best Original Score at Les Arcs Film Festival. Chris is the founding member and conductor of ANIMA ensemble, staging live musical performances alongside abstract animated films.



1. The Switch
3. Manual Check
4. SO15
5. Refuge
6. Ninety Seconds
7. It’s a Trap
8. Hold On
9. On The Inside
10. Pressure Plate
11. Gasworks
12. Amburiq
13. St Jude’s
14. Aftermath
15. They’ve Set Me Up
16. Dynamo
17. In Shock
18. Oh God
19. Someone Else In Control
20. Farewells

The Watch

The Watch
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Music by Russ Davies


‘The Watch’ soundtrack by Russ Davies for the TV adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s beloved Discworld book series.

The eight-part series is inspired by characters created by Terry Pratchett, rather than being a straight book adaptation. Underlined by Cyberpunk visuals, Season One takes place “somewhere in a distant secondhand dimension”. It follows the misfits of The City Watch, a police organisation in a city ruled by crime guilds. The guilds are regulated, the assassins are allowed to kill a certain number of citizens a year (and must leave receipts on the bodies), while people can schedule muggings or other thief-related activity as those guilds also fill their quotas.

The Watch soundtrack is penned by British composer and producer Russ Davies. Davies brings together a diverse range of influences and genres to create unique modern compositions. Prior to starting writing for film and TV in 2019, Russ has released over 15 artist albums under various aliases including Abakus, Cinnamon Chasers and Aiiso. Mojo sees his music as “Satisfying unpredictable”, whilst The Observer describes it as “A blend of power and intimacy that resembles the rawness of John Lennon mixed with the hushed heart-shiver of Nick Drake or Alex Chilton.”

Davies describes the soundtrack as a “fantasy themed score, with an energetic fusion of orchestral layers, analog synthesisers and electric guitar, aiming to be as left-field, unconventional and as colourful as the show is itself”. Davies’s song writing skills are spotlighted in Zero, song written for the climax of Episode Four. Zero is performed by Inge Beckmann who also appears in the episode as a Torch Singer in The Mended Drum.


1. Goodboys Anthem (The Watch Theme Tune)
2. The Noble Dragon
3. Zero (Featuring Inge Beckmann)
4. Vimes’ Theme
5. Carcer’s Theme
6. Goodboy and The Noble Dragon
7. The Unreal Estate
8. Aliceband
9. Tanty
10. Werewolf
11. Lady Ramkin’s Pursuit
12. Nothing Wrong With Loving A Horse (Featuring Marius Van Coller)
13. The Lady Of The Lake
14. Goodboy’s Search
15. Lord Vetinari’s Theme
16. The Mines
17. Investigations
18. Carcer’s Realisation
19. Attempting Murder
20. Unseen University
21. Conspiring
22. The Observers
23. Gawain’s Love Song
24. Hunted
25. Angua’s Vision
26. The Summoning Dark
27. The What – Gold (Featuring Cheery & Vimes)

The Split

The Split
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Music by Evan Jolly


The Split, Evan Jolly’s soundtrack for the hit BBC / Sundance TV produced drama. Featuring a great story line peppered with family tensions and conflicts throughout, the series received glowing reviews. The Guardian describes it as a “gorgeously slick, witty and thoroughly grown-up tale of high-end divorce lawyers by the Bafta-winning writer”. Written and created by Abi Morgan (The Hour, River, Brick Lane) and starring Unforgotten lead Nicola Walker with Green Wing’s favourite Stephen Mangan, The Split was first broadcast on BBC One on 24 April 2018. The 3rd and final series premiered on 4th April.

Composer Evan Jolly’s versatile work spans writing for stage, screen, studio, video games and concert hall. Since graduating in 2004 Evan has worked with a diverse roster of artists including Quincy Jones, Laura Mvula, Gary Barlow, Mika, Lianne Carrol, Katherine Jenkins, BBC Concert Orchestra, National Symphony Orchestra, London Music Works and Crouch End Festival Chorus. Jolly’s soundtrack writing credits Hacksaw Ridge, The Crown, Agatha Raisin, Midsomer Murders and It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper & Beyond.


1. The Split – Main Titles
2. Hannah and Nathan
3. Spanish Performance
4. It’s Going To Take Time
5. Needing And Wanting
6. Rose and James
7. Ruth Knows Everything
8. Empty Wardrobes
9. Moving On
10. A Plan For The Future
11. A Good Divorce
12. Don’t Take The Bait
13. For Better Or Worse
14. Mercurial
15. It’s James
16. How Life Could Be
17. You Can’t Leave Me
18. Despite All My Training
19. You Steal
20. Change Is Never Easy
21. Snooping
22. Broken Family
23. Office Politics
24. Apart
25. Rain Heals
26. Family

The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe

The Thief His Wife and The Canoe
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Music by Harry Escott and Ben Pearson


“Tied in with a jaunty soundtrack and ITV has really pulled off a winner. Just like the original true story, fictional Anne and John Darwin will stay with you long after the episodes end, as you ponder all the unanswered questions the nation still has. It’s quirky, off-beat, hard-hitting and truly memorable.”

– Radio Times 5*


The ITV mini-series soundtrack to The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe. Scripted by Chris Lang (Unforgotten, Innocent) and produced by award winning producers Story Films.

Featuring Bafta-winner Monica Dolan and Eddie Marsan, known for his work with director Mike Leigh, the series is based on the extraordinary and compelling true story of how John Darwin faked his own death. Together with his wife Anne Darwin, John perpetrated one of the most elaborate, devastating and surreal frauds of all time. Faking his death in a canoe accident off the coast of Seaton Carew, North East England, he lived for five years undetected in a bedsit connecting to his wife’s bedroom. The couple reaped the rewards of John’s life insurance and plotted a new life together in Panama, whilst their two adult sons believed John to be dead.

Written by Harry Escott and Ben Pearson, the beautifully colourful score is a perfect match for this darkly comic and tragic fable. The music doesn’t shy away from the fantasy, the absurdity and the painful reality of this coercive marriage and the unforgivable betrayal. And yet, somewhere there is hope of a new beginning for Anne as she tries to rebuild her relationship with her sons.

Harry Escott is known for scoring Steve McQueen’s Shame and Michael Winterbottom’s A Mighty Heart, Road to Guantanamo and Greed. Harry recently won a BAFTA for his music to the BBC drama Roadkill, and he has just completed the score to Uprising – a 3 film series directed by Steve McQueen which is set to air on BBC One later this year. Away from the screen, Harry’s work includes collaborations with P J Harvey (An Acre Of Land), the poet Lavinia Greenlaw, (sound installation Audio Obscura) and the Ora Singers, (O Light Of Light).

Ben Pearson works extensively in film and TV, and frequently with Harry Escott. He contributed arrangements and additional music for The Wedding Guest, Deep State Season 2 and Greed. His most recent projects working alongside Harry Escott have been The English Game, and also, he acted as Music Editor on the Bafta-winning Roadkill.



1. Prelude
2. As Strong as an Ox
3. A Spot of Canoeing
4. Holding On
5. As Strong as a Mouse
6. I Suspected It Was a Lie
7. Waiting For Something To Change
8. Separate Rooms Again
9. White Collar Crime
10. All Falling Apart
11. So Many Dreadful Things
12. Out Of This World
13. Coming Home

The Chelsea Detective

The Chelsea Detective
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Music by Ian Arber


Ian Arber’s electro-acoustic soundtrack to Acorn TV’s original drama ‘The Chelsea Detective’ starring Adrian Scarborough (Gosford Park, Gavin & Stacey, Killing Eve) as DI Max Arnold and Sonita Henry (Luther, Krypton) as DI Priya Shamsie.

The Chelsea Detective journeys through a diverse cross-section of Chelsea London life, spanning the mansions of the super-rich to the council flats of the World’s End Estate, and the rarefied corridors of a prestigious international school to the leafy melancholy of Brompton Cemetery and the bustle of the King’s Road. The series is written by Glen Laker (Vera, Prime Suspect), Peter Fincham and Liz Lake (Riviera, Call the Midwife).

Ian Arber’s nuanced soundtrack spotlights the timeless piano and cello theme against the pulsating strings and electronics. The gorgeous modal motif keeps recurring, in different variations, with the sound expanding and contracting. Navigating nostalgia and pensiveness, Arber creates a sense of covert anxiety against a backdrop of beauty, bolstering the dark undertones of the Chelsea story lines.

Ian Arber is a classically trained film and television composer, proficient in cello, piano, bass, electric and acoustic guitar, and music production. He is known for his work on Netflix original’s The One (2021) and Medici (2018), BBC One thriller The Capture (2019), The BBC Proms Theme (2019-), My Name Is Lenny (2017) starring John Hurt, award-winning documentaries After The Screaming Stops and I Am Bolt (2016), and Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation (2015).

Also available on Silva Screen Records is Ian Arber’s soundtrack for BBC One thriller The Capture.


1. The Chelsea Detective
2. Episode 1: The Wages of Sin
3. Cause of Death
4. Lost in a Book
5. The Graveyard
6. Episode 2: Mrs & Mrs Romano
7. The Lake
8. Stakeout
9. The Houseboat
10. The Body
11. The Recipe Book
12. Dredge The Lake
13. Episode 3: The Gentle Giant
14. Police Investigation
15. The Chelsea Pensioners
16. The Dealer
17. Chelsea Headhunters
18. Rendezvous
19. Marac Ata
20. Hooliganism
21. Episode 4: A Chelsea Education
22. The School
23. The Graffiti Artist
24. The Murder Weapon
25. A New Lease
26. The Chelsea Detective: End Credits


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Music by Anže Rozman


Anže Rozman’s awe-inspiring score for the BBC Earth’s sequel to The Planets, the award-winning series featuring professor Brian Cox.

Universe offers a story of an interstellar journey to places that we didn’t even know existed 10 years ago. It reveals awe-inspiring wonders and recreates dramatic moments defining Earth’s destiny through using stunning CGI imagery, the latest scientific research, and archival footage captured during scientific missions. This is an immersive and expansive series telling a dramatic story of the universe, from its moment of inception 13.8 billion years ago, to what could be its ultimate fate, trillions upon trillions of years in the future.

“We used to look to the sky and see only questions. Now we are beginning to see answers.”
Professor Brian Cox

Composer Anže Rozman’s soaring score perfectly complements the visuals and the narrative of the series. Born and raised in Slovenia, Anže Rozman currently lives in LA where he works as part of the Bleeding Fingers Music, film and TV music collective formed by Hans Zimmer, Russell Emanuel and Steve Kofsky. Anže’s credits include The Planets (BBC), Super Powered Falcons (BBC), Big Beasts: Last of the Giants (Sky One) and the eye-opening IMAX documentary Great Bear Rainforest directed by Ian McAllister and narrated by Ryan Reynolds. Rozman also composes for the concert hall and his music has been recorded and performed by the London Studio Orchestra, Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra, Tonhalle Orchestra of Zürich, Krakow Philharmonic Orchestra and the Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra.


1 A Creation Story
2 Wind Back Time
3 Nāsadīya Sūkta I
4 Stars Are Creators
5 God Stars
6 The Real Gods
8 The Last Star
9 The Star Island
10 Gaia
11 Super Heated Matter
12 Gaia Enceladus
13 Sagittarius Dwarf
14 Collision Underway
15 The Island Crumbles
16 All Alone
17 Nāsadīya Sūkta II
18 Alien Worlds
19 Kepler Telescope
20 Kepler 36b
21 Red Giant
22 The Very First Dawn
23 Rogue World
24 Time and Space
25 Origin
26 Odyssey
27 Super Massive Black Hole
28 Afterglow of Creation
29 Before The Big Bang
30 Nāsadīya Sūkta III


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Music by Arthur Sharpe




The score for the Sky Atlantic true crime series, directed by Will Sharpe (Flowers), and starring Olivia Colman (The Crown, The Favourite) and David Thewlis (Fargo, Big Mouth). The score is composed by award winning composer Arthur Sharpe.

Landscapers is a co-production between HBO and Sky and is the latest project from SISTER, the company behind the multi-Emmy and BAFTA award-winning limited series, Chernobyl.

The series, described by Sky as “exhilarating and darkly funny”, was inspired by real events. Created and written by Ed Sinclair, it tells the story of a mild-mannered English couple murdering the wife’s parents and going undetected for a decade, bizarrely spending all the stolen money on Hollywood memorabilia. The story explores the power and dark side of love and fantasy. Olivia Colman, comments “the truth is it’s quite rare to be desperate to play a part on the first reading of a script, but that was the case here. The writing is brave, but subtle and tender too – a joy for any actor.”

Arthur Sharpe’s brilliant score maintains the romantic, overwrought, and claustrophobic sound throughout, with nods to the great Western scores in Spaghetti Landscapers and High Noon Mangle. Arthur explains his process “At the heart of Landscapers is a tension between reality and fiction, between the sinister story of a real-life double murder and Susan’s romanticised view of her relationship with Chris and her infatuation with Old Westerns and their male protagonists. This blend of darkness and the more sweeping flavours of classic cinema and the Wild West help to colour the protagonists in all different shades, so we are never quite sure if we are on their side or not. More classical leaning orchestral themes and instrumentation, led by melodic strings and woodwinds, carry the romance of Susan’s fantasies, but they are undercut by the more macabre elements that represent the murky shape-shifting ambiguity of the truth, such as discordant brass and bassoons playing in their darker upper ranges. Percussion built out of non-musical objects like metal chairs, desk lamps, even leeks, as well as the clanging of distant industrial works and processed recordings of the wind, all bring uneasy and unfamiliar textures which disturb Susan’s Hollywood idyll.”

Arthur Sharpe is an Award-winning film and TV composer. While still studying at Edinburgh University, he began his career writing music for various Cambridge Footlights shows including the sketch show Grow Up, which enjoyed a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. He then went on to form part of the team behind the soundtrack for the BAFTA-nominated feature film Black Pond (2011). Other TV works include scoring the first series of the BBC1 comedy Ghosts (2019 – present), Women On The Verge (2018) created by Lorna Martin and Sharon Horgan, and Neil Forsyth’s BBC Scotland & BBC2 comedy drama Guilt (2019 – 2021) and most recently the feature film The Electrical Life Of Louis Wain (2021), starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Alongside his film and TV work, Arthur also fronts and writes for the indie band Arthur In Colour.

Also available on Silva Screen Records is Flowers II, the score for which Artur Sharpe received the RTS Craft & Design Award for Best Original Music in 2016. The RTS Jury stated that “There was a lot going on in this score and the music effectively became another character in the show with a sense of quirkiness and drama – which is hard to pull off, but done so with aplomb in this winning entry.”


1. The. Mansfield Murders
2. Romance in Lille
3. Spaghetti Landscapers
4. High Noon Mangle
5. Hollywood Romance
6. Burning Memories
7. Saint Pancras
8. Peculiar Neighbours
9. Wired
10. La Romance du Cinéma
11. Chris Interrogated
12. Susan’s Hero
13. Mith Matricide
14. Nightmares
15. Video Dating
16. Old Box of Photographs
17. Lancing’s Mith
18. A Horse Called Susan
19. Shadow Cavalry
20. Landscapers

The Hitcher

the hitcher
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Music by Mark Isham


The chilling road thriller, The Hitcher, was released in 1986 and starred Rutger Hauer as a murderous hitchhiker in a relentless pursuit of a young motorist, C. Thomas Howell. Critically maligned at the time, over the years the film has built up a cult following and has spawned a sequel and a remake. The original soundtrack has been unavailable for close to 30 years.

“Technically the music business was in a crossroads and new instruments and new instrument technologies were appearing every day. I availed myself of this ‘new’ technology of ‘sampling’ and brought in two drummers who played only originally sampled drums. I was still using my early system of a Prophet 5, an Oberheim 4 voice and my ARP 2600. To this I added this new keyboard, a Prophet 2000 (sampler). This was the ‘band’!” – Mark Isham


1. Headlights – Main Title 4:02
2. The Chosen 2:24
3. Keys 4:12
4. Dust And Gasoline 3:00
5. Dream 1:24
6. Dogs 3:31
7. Suicide 1:20
8. Gun 1:44
9. Cars And Helicopters 5:34
10. Motel 2:46
11. Transfer 1:44
12. Guards And Cards 2:47
13. Endgame 3:46
14. The Hitcher – End Credits 4:11