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The Last Enemy

Synopsis

We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
New series 1/5. A dynamic thriller, starring Benedict Cumberbatch , about a man whose search for the truth about his brother's death catapults him into an international conspiracy. When Stephen Ezard returns to London for his brother Michael's funeral he finds a world that has changed subtly but significantly.
Writer Peter Berry ; Producer Gub Neal Director lain B MacDonald (S) (AD) www.bbc.co.uk/lastenemy Max Beesley stars in Hotel Babylon on Tuesday at 9pm
Identity crisis: p29; The Alison Graham column: p59

Contributors

Unknown: Benedict Cumberbatch
Unknown: Stephen Ezard
Unknown: Peter Berry
Producer: Gub Neal Director
Unknown: Max Beesley
Unknown: Alison Graham
Stephen Ezard: Benedict Cumberbatch
Yasim Anmar: Anamaria Marinca
Michael Ezard: Max Beesley
David Russell: Robert Carlyle
Patrick Nye: David Harewood
Eleanor Brooke: Eva Birthistle
Barbara Turney: Geraldine James
George Gibbon: Christopher Fulford
Andrew Batz: Tom Fisher
Bryan Holland: James Lance
Andrew Wilcox: San Sheila
Lord Cawston: David Calder
Simon: Simon Lowe
Surveillance man: James Holmes
Surveillance woman: Virginia Fiol
Vucevic: Emil Hostina
Lucy Fox: Chipo Chung
Haman: Alex Caan
Bepa: Ovidiu Niculescu
Nadir: Iona Sherban
Azfal: Shiv Grewal
Valerie: Noma Dumezweni
Lee: Jody Halse
Professor John Moreton: Nick Sidi
Dark Glasses: Mircea Caraman






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