mickery

mickery

(ˈmɪkərɪ)
n
a waterhole, esp in a dry riverbed
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Lizzie Mickery, the scriptwriter for the Messiah series, spoke of her desire in The Promise to address the question of 'duty of care'.
Executive producers, Rebecca Eaton, Hilary Salmon, John Yorke; producer, Lynn Horsford; director, James Hawes; writer, Lizzie Mickery, from the book by John Buchan; camera, James Aspinale; production designer, Pat Campbell; editor, Tania Reddin; music, Rob Lane; casting, Kate Rhodes James.
Lizzie Mickery's brand-new five-part thriller should also appeal to anyone who thinks that what science fiction has been lacking till now has been the Tamzin Outhwaite touch.
Lizzie Mickery's new five-part thriller should also appeal to anyone who thinks that what science fiction has been lacking until now has been the Tamzin Outhwaite touch.
From Lizzie Mickery, writer of drama Messiah, DCI Thomas Flynn goes on the trail of a macabre serial killer
Instinct was written by Lizzie Mickery, who penned The State Within and Messiah.
Isaacs admits he was hooked on the story from the word go: "The beauty of Lizzie Mickery and Dan Percival's script is that you never quite know where you stand," he enthuses.
After a performance by Yoshi Oida's ''Yoshi and Company'' in the Amsterdam Mickery Theatre, he came closer to his dream to study with Japanese masters.
What happened between British and Dutch theatre, in a wonderfully louche and loosely defined Amsterdam venue called the Mickery in the '60s and '70s, was another case of this creative cross-fertilization.
Filmed entirely on location north of the Border, the 90-minute adaptation by award-winning Lizzie Mickery sees our hero chased by bloodhounds, shot at by spies and strafed by a bi-plane.