St Anne's Post spent six months doing post-production on Henry VIII, a two-part TV drama starring Ray Winstone. Colourist Sam Hollingdale, who completed the grade, said that several battle scenes were given a steely blue look to make the swords and weapons glint and shine. For the execution scenes, as Hollingdale explains, each one was coloured to look significantly different from the others: "One is of a nasty, twisted man, so we made that look green. For Anne Boleyn we shot it sympathetically, and for Kate Howard, who was only 16, we gave her an angelic look." The shows air on 12 and 19 October. Henry VIII is a Granada, WGBH Boston and Powercorp production.