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Rome

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1 6/11. The conflict between Pompey and Caesar finally erupts into bloody battle. Meanwhile, Atia schemes to safeguard her family's position. Contains strong language and scenes of a sexual nature.
Writers David Frankel ; Producer Frank Doelger ; Director Tim Van Patten Repeated next Sun on BBC1 www.bbc.co.uk/rome BBC HISTORY MAGAZINE: the new issue looks at Rome. Priced E3.40

Contributors

Unknown: David Frankel
Producer: Frank Doelger
Director: Tim van Patten
Julius Caesar: Ciaran Hinds
Mark Antony: James Purefoy
Lucius Vorenus: Kevin McKidd
Titus Pullo: Ray Stevenson
Atia of the Julii: Polly Walker
Pompey Magnus: Kenneth Cranham
Servilia: Lindsay Duncan
Marcus Junius Brutus: Tobias Menzies
Octavia of the Julii: Kerry Condon
Porcius Cato: Karl Johnson
Niobe: Indira Varma
Posca: Nicholas Woodeson
Eleni: Suzanne Bertish
Lyde: Esther Hall
Marcus Tullius Cicero: David Bamber
Scipio: Paul Jesson

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