Sarah Warne has been tapped to score the upcoming BBC drama Time. The show is written by Jimmy McGovern (Broken, The Street, Accused) and stars Stephen Graham, Sean Bean, ┬áSiobhan Finneran, Sue Johnston, Hannah Walters, David Calder, Nadine Marshall, Michael Socha, Aneurin Barnard and Jack McMulllen. The 3-part series follows a teacher, husband and father, who killed an innocent man in an accident, as he accepts and even welcomes his four-year sentence. McGovern, Graham and Bean are also executive producing the BBC Studios production with Tom Sherry (Prey, Scott & Bailey), Michael Parke (Raw, Fleming) and Lucy Richer (Top of the Lake, A Very English Scandal). Warne has previously scored the Arnold-directed and -produced shows Des and Dark Money, as well as the second and third season of Channel 4/AMC’s Humans, for which Arnold directed several episodes. Time will premiere in the UK in 2021 on BBC One.

Warne also has the Channel 5 drama The Drowning created by Francesca Brill & Luke Watson (Britannia) and starring Jill Halfpenny, Jonas Armstrong, Cody Molko and Rupert Penry-Jones coming up. The 4-parter follows a woman who has been rebuilding life since after losing her son eight years ago, when she catches sight of and is convinced she has found her missing son. Carolina Giammetta (Vera) is directing the thriller. Noel Clarke (Bulletproof) & Jason Maza (Brotherhood) are executive producing the project with Alexandra Stone and Catriona Mckenzie. The Drowning will also premiere next year.