Since then he has worked on drama programmes for all of the major British television networks, including several police dramas such as the BBC's Out of the Blue (1995), City Central (1998) and Mersey Beat (2001). He has also directed medical dramas such as The Royal (ITV, 2003) and Holby City (BBC One, 2004).
More recently he has branced out into higher-budget work, such as on Channel 4's transatlantic romantic drama NY-LON, filmed partly in New York City, and the first revival season of popular science-fiction series Doctor Who, a BBC Wales production for BBC One, which is due for transmission in early 2005.
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It has a few flaws, like a lack of reaction shots from the crowd, the actual landing which isnt the shows best piece of special effects and the fact that nobody hears it coming until it zooms right over their head, despite it not only having roaring engines but also having a foghorn.
KeithBoak does good camerawork in the same way that someone playing Pin The Tail On The Donkey will occasionally, quite by chance, hit it right on the spot.
The directing by KeithBoak throughout the story is rather disappointing, and it lacks the visual flair and ingenuity that he displayed throughout Rose.
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