A second series of 20-something drama Hearts and Bones, goes on air on BBC1 tomorrow (Thursday) with on-screen branding by Kemistry. The sequence uses a series of interlocking lines as a metaphor for the tangled relationships and warmth of friendship portrayed in the series, says Kemistry designer Lena Artaker. Hearts and Bones, ‘a sort of British Ally McBeal’, according to Artaker, is produced by Meridian for the BBC. Kemistry won the work after an unpaid, creative pitch against unnamed rivals.
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