Channel 4 TV series created by Russell T. Davies about a group of four gay men during the 1980s when the rise of AIDS/HIV was at its peak. Nominated for 12 BAFTA Awards.
Olly Alexander starred as Ritchie Tozer with Omari Douglas starring as Roscoe Babatunde. Michelle Greenidge played Roscoe's mother Rosa Babatunde. Omari earned a BAFTA Best Supporting Actor nomination for his performance.
Also with Keeley Hawes, Stephen Fry and Tracey-Ann Oberman.