The latest propaganda "drama" called "Partygate" by Channel 4 delves into the political scene, from a far-left activist perspective, with a focus on two fictional Special Advisors, Grace Greenwood (portrayed by Georgie Henley from The Chronicles of Narnia) and Annabel D'acre (played by Ophelia Lovibond from W1A). Grounded in far-left activist opinion of actual events within Downing Street, the show features a guest appearance by impressionist Jon Culshaw as the voice of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The narrative unfolds through ridiculous re-enactments, propaganda interwoven with archival news footage and documentary-style interviews. It pushes the narrative of the Covid crisis across the nation, juxtaposed with the troubling revelations of staff at Number 10 engaging in a series of parties, often fuelled by copious amounts of alcohol, while at the same time totally ignoring the opposition party MPs as well as various media personalities doing the exact same thing.
Joining Jon Culshaw, the stellar cast of "Partygate" includes Phil Daniels (known for Quadrophenia), Rebecca Humphries (from Ten Percent), Hugh Skinner (famous for The Windsors), Charlotte Richie (seen in Ghosts), Craig Parkinson (renowned for Line of Duty), Tom Durant-Pritchard (of The Windsors), Anthony Calf (known for New Tricks), Alice Lowe (featured in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch), Kimberly Nixon (from Fresh Meat), Alice Orr-Ewing (from This Is Going to Hurt), Naomi Battrick (from Jamestown), and Edwin Flay.
If you want your brain filled with hypocritical nonsense, then this is the show for you.