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Spooks

Series 7 Episode 5

BBC One
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Ros goes undercover in the City to flush out a dangerous international financier.

Drama series based around the British Security Service. Ros goes undercover in the City to flush out a dangerous international financier who wants to bankrupt Britain.

Drama series based around the British Security Service. The British economy is on the brink of collapse and if one more bank goes down the entire financial system will implode. Ros goes undercover in the City to flush out a dangerous international financier who wants to bankrupt the country. Suddenly, it is not just the economy, but Ros's life that is at risk.

Credits

Harry Pearce
Peter Firth
Ros Myers
Hermione Norris
Lucas North
Richard Armitage
Jo Portman
Miranda Raison
Connie James
Gemma Jones
Malcolm Wynn-Jones
Hugh Simon
Ben Kaplan
Alex Lanipekun
Francis Denham
Simon Williams
Producer
Katie Swinden
Creator
David Wolstencroft

Brand

Spooks

Series

Spooks: Series 7

Saturday Live

Simon Williams

BBC Radio 4
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1 hour, 28 minutes Available for over a year First broadcast:
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Actor Simon Williams and singer Heather Small join Aasmah Mir and Richard Coles.

Actor Simon Williams; singer Heather Small; writer John Higgs and angler Marina Gibson join Aasmah Mir and the Reverend Richard Coles.

Actor Simon Williams; singer Heather Small; writer John Higgs and angler Marina Gibson join Aasmah Mir and the Reverend Richard Coles.

The actor Simon Williams got his big break playing James Bellamy in the period drama Upstairs, Downstairs. He is currently starring as Justin Elliott in the BBC Radio 4 series the Archers and a mysterious property developer - known as "the chairman" - in East Enders on BBC One. He is performing in Posting Letters to the Moon with his wife, the actress Lucy Fleming in which the couple read the wartime letters between Lucy's parents Celia Johnson and her husband Peter Fleming. Posting Letters to the Moon is at the Jermyn Street Theatre on November 19th.

Heather Small is a singer and songwriter, best known for her work with the soul band M People who came to attention with hits including Moving on Up, One Night in Heaven and Search for the Hero. Now a solo performer, Heather is a former contestant on the BBC One series Strictly Come Dancing. Heather Small is on tour in 2018.

Marina Gibson is a passionate angler and fishing instructor who started trout fishing at the age of 5. Her fishing trips have taken her around the world - she has cast her line for trout in Norway and for milkfish, bonefish and triggerfish on Christmas Island in the Indian Ocean.

John Higgs is a writer. In his new book Watling Street he takes a journey along Watling Street, from Dover to Anglesey - a road of witches and ghosts, of queens and highwaymen, of history and myth and Chaucer and Dickens. Watling Street - Travels through Britain and its Ever-Present Past is published by Weidenfeld & Nicholson.

Also on the programme DJ and filmmaker Don Letts reveals his Inheritance Tracks.

Producer: Paula McGinley

Editor: Eleanor Garland.

Credits

Interviewed Guest
Simon Williams
Interviewed Guest
Heather Small
Interviewed Guest
John Higgs
Interviewed Guest
Marina Gibson
Interviewed Guest
Don Letts
Presenter
Aasmah Mir
Presenter
Richard Coles
Producer
Paula McGinley
Editor
Eleanor Garland
Audio Described
BBC One
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44 minutes Available for 10 months First broadcast:
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Frank and Lu find themselves in the middle of a dispute over a new Shakespeare centre.

A simple missing persons case takes a dramatic turn as Frank and Lu find themselves in the middle of a dispute over the opening of a new Shakespeare centre.

A simple missing persons case takes a dramatic turn as Frank and Lu find themselves in the middle of a dispute over the opening of a new Shakespeare centre where it’s clear that no-one is who they seem.

Credits

Frank Hathaway
Mark Benton
Luella Shakespeare
Jo Joyner
Sebastian Brudenell
Patrick Walshe McBride
DS Keeler
Tomos Eames
PC Viola Deacon
Yasmin Kaur Barn
Sir Tim Forbes-Allen
Simon Williams
Dr Helen Middleton
Josie Lawrence
Writer
Kitty Percy
Director
Jennie Paddon
Producer
Caroline Slater
Executive Producer
Ceri Meyrick

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Merlin

Series 3 Episode 6: The Changeling

BBC One
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50 minutes Available for 8 months First broadcast:
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Merlin is worried when Arthur is pressured into an arranged marriage with a princess.

Fantasy drama. Merlin is worried when Arthur is pressured into an arranged marriage with a visiting princess, and tries to stop the prince from making a huge mistake.

Arthur is pressured into an arranged marriage with a visiting princess, Elena. Merlin's reservations are vindicated when he discovers Elena may not be exactly who she claims to be. Whilst trying to uncover the dark secret hidden inside her, Merlin learns that Elena's nanny is a pixie. But who is she working for? And what do they have to gain from this marriage? Can Merlin get to the bottom of this mystery before Arthur makes the biggest mistake of his life?

Credits

Grunhilda
Miriam Margolyes
Gaius
Richard Wilson
Uther Pendragon
Anthony Head
Merlin
Colin Morgan
Arthur
Bradley James
Lord Godwyn
Simon Williams
Voice of the Dragon
John Hurt
Gwen
Angel Coulby
Morgana
Katie McGrath
Princess Elena
Georgia King
Sidhe Elder
Michael Jenn
Writer
Lucy Watkins
Producer
Johnny Capps
Producer
Julian Murphy
Director
David Moore
Geoffrey of Monmouth
Michael Cronin

Brand

Merlin

Series

Merlin: Series 3
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