Nina Humphreys

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Nina Humphreys is a British composer of music for film and television.

Humphries was educated at Brighton College from 1989 to 1991[1] and has a bachelor's degree in Music from the University of Exeter and an MA in Film Music from Bournemouth University.


Humphreys has composed music for:

Released/ broadcast Title Description Reference
2020 Kat and the Band British coming-of-age musical film
2019 Warren British sitcom featuring Martin Clunes, broadcast on BBC One from 25 February to 1 April 2019 [2]
2016 In Plain Sight Scottish TV series covering the crimes committed by serial killer Peter Manuel in Lanarkshire in the 1950s, first broadcast on ITV on 6 December 2016
2009 All the Small Things
(renamed Heart and Soul in some countries)
BBC television drama following the lives and ambitions of a church choir and its members, first broadcast on 31 March 2009
2006 A for Andromeda British television science fiction drama serial, a 2006 remake of the 1961 TV series of the same name by Fred Hoyle and John Elliot
2005 The Robinsons British comedy television series starring Martin Freeman that debuted on BBC Two on 5 May 2005
2004 Lie With Me British television crime drama series, starring Andrew Lincoln and Eve Best, first broadcast on ITV from 15 to 16 November 2004
2003 Boudica
(released in the United States as Warrior Queen)
Television film written by Andrew Davies, first broadcast on 28 September 2003
2002 Murder British television crime drama series, starring Julie Walters, first broadcast from 29 May to 19 June 2002 on BBC Two
2001 Sword of Honour Television film scripted by William Boyd and starring Daniel Craig
1999 First series of Bad Girls Television drama series, broadcast on ITV, focusing on the inmates and staff of a fictional women's prison
1997 The Lakes British television drama series, created and principally written by Jimmy McGovern, first broadcast on BBC One on 14 September 1997


  1. ^ "Nina Humphreys (W. 1989–91)". Old Brightonians: Brighton College. Retrieved 13 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Manners McDade's Nina Humphreys Scores New BBC One Comedy 'Warren'". Little Black Book. 26 February 2019. Retrieved 12 October 2019.

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