ACTOR Liz Hume-Dawson is a star of the small screen again in a brand new children’s TV show.
The former Honley Players actress has a main role in CBBC’s new drama 4 0’Clock Club, where she plays school teacher Miss Andress.
The show is about Josh and Nathan – two brothers who love hip-hop and go to the same school, but one is a pupil and the other is his teacher.
Liz said: “It’s about a bad boy rapper turned teacher but unfortunately he’s gone to teach at his younger brother’s school and there’s a bit of trouble that ensues.
“There are quite a few raps in it – but I don’t do any rapping myself, although I’ve joined in on one of the raps.
“The show is quite surreal and amusing.”
Mother-of-one Liz has previously appeared in Casualty, Dinner Ladies and Hetty Wainthropp Investigates.
She played senior midwife Dottie Sands in two series of BBC medical drama Bodies and also appeared in Jimmy McGovern’s drama The Street.
She now lives in Bolton with husband Matthew and daughter Charlotte, 11, who has appeared as an extra on the new CBBC show.
Liz, 50, said: “It was fun filming it and we’re hoping to do another series.”
The 4 0’Clock Show is on Fridays at 5.30pm on CBBC.