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War and Peace

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One Scotland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Pierre fights a duel with Dolokhov. Astonished at the outcome, he tries to change his life for the better. Helene takes advantage of his absence to re-enter society and considers an exciting new relationship. Andrei, meanwhile, is depressed and full of remorse. On his father's advice, he builds a house in the country where he shuts himself away - until an unexpected encounter offers him a second chance at life.

At the Rostov house in Moscow, the count is struggling to rein in his spending. Natasha is surprised by the advances of an unexpected suitor and wonders whether she will ever find true love. Sonya is also faced with a proposal, while Nikolai lets an untrustworthy friend lead him down a dangerous path. He looks forward to going back to the army - but when a peace treaty is signed with Napoleon, forging an alliance between the Russians and the French, his future looks less secure. Show less

Contributors

Pierre Bezukhov:
Paul Dano
Natasha Rostova:
Lily James
Andrei Bolkonsky:
James Norton
Prince Nikolai Bolkonsky:
Jim Broadbent
Anna Pavlovna Scherer:
Gillian Anderson
Prince Vassily Kuragin:
Stephen Rea
Osip Alexeevich Bazdeev:
Ken Stott
Vassily Denisov:
Thomas Arnold
Boris Drubetskoy:
Aneurin Barnard
Marya Bolkonskaya:
Jessie Buckley
Fedya Dolokhov:
Tom Burke
Count Ilya Rostov:
Adrian Edmondson
Anna Drubetskaya:
Rebecca Front
Bilibin:
Rory Keenan
Sonya Rostova:
Aisling Loftus
Nikolai Rostov:
Jack Lowden
Helene Kuragina:
Tuppence Middleton
Julie Karagina:
Chloe Pirrie
Mademoiselle Bourienne:
Olivia Ross
Countess Natalya Rostova:
Greta Scacchi
Anatole Kuragin:
Callum Turner
Director:
Tom Harper

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