ITV’s 4-part drama, Mr Bates vs The Post Office, has made waves across the nation, narrating the events following one of the worst miscarriages of justice in British legal history: the Post Office’s prosecution of hundreds of sub-postmasters wrongfully accused on theft. The Times in a leading article described the series as a “taut, coruscating indictment of official complacency, deceit and wilful obstructionism”, and its effect has been felt all the way to the highest echelons of Government.
The composer on the series was Manners McDade’s Vince Pope, whose previous credits include Channel 4’s Misfits and ITV’s Screw. We are proud of his association with this powerful production that is surely set, even in January, to be one of the most acclaimed dramas of the year.

Vince has also recently scored True Detective: Night Country. In the fourth instalment of HBO's crime anthology series, eight men working at a research centre suddenly vanish in Alaska. Detectives Liz Danvers (Jodie Foster) and Evangeline Navarro (Kali Reis) are hired to find them, unravelling the town's dark history and their own twisted pasts along the way. True Detective: Night Country will premiere on January 14, 2024 on HBO and will also be available to stream on Max