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The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 5: To Play the King

Grimaud and Feron stage an ambitious Chatelet breakout, threatening the Louvre.

Drama. The Louvre comes under threat when Grimaud and Feron stage an ambitious Chatelet breakout. Are the musketeers looking for danger in the wrong places?

The musketeers battle to restore order in Paris after Grimaud and Feron stage an ambitious Chatelet breakout, setting free a lunatic with murderous designs on the Louvre. Using one prisoner's unlikely talents to rob the royal vault, the plotters prepare to make their first move against the king. But ailing Feron is distracted, and his ruthless silencing of an unwelcome visitor could be Grimaud's undoing. Ambitions collide during the Dauphin's birthday party, where a kind act by d'Artagnan pushes lovers together and ends in catastrophe.

The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 6: Death of a Hero

It's the day of reckoning, as Grimaud vows to kill the Musketeers.

It's the day of reckoning as Grimaud vows to kill the Musketeers and puts disgraced Feron to the ultimate test in his bid for power.

It's the day of reckoning, as Grimaud vows to kill the Musketeers in a series of savage co-ordinated attacks and puts Feron to the ultimate test in his bid for power. With Athos distracted and Aramis on an unlikely pilgrimage with the King, the Musketeers are divided when they need each other most. The furious battle for survival sparks a series of revelations that threaten to destroy Paris. Before the day is out, a hero falls, there's a traitor on the rise and the Musketeers will be changed forever.

Credits

Athos
Tom Burke
Aramis
Santiago Cabrera
Porthos
Howard Charles
Queen Anne
Alexandra Dowling
King Louis
Ryan Gage
Constance
Tamla Kari
Lucien Grimaud
Matthew McNulty
d'Artagnan
Luke Pasqualino
Minister Treville
Hugo Speer
Marquis de Feron
Rupert Everett
Sylvie
Thalissa Teixeira
Young Guard
Lukas Juza
Gaston
Andre Flynn
Royal Courtier
Jared Doreck
Captain Marcheaux
Matt Stokoe
Cadet Brujon
Tom Morley
Priest
Ben Whitrow
Producer
Matthew Bird
Director
Nicholas Renton
Writer
Peter McKenna

The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 4: The Queen's Diamonds

The musketeers must place their faith in an old enemy to save the future of the monarchy.

Historial drama. The future of the English monarchy rests on the musketeers' shoulders after Louis orders them to recover the Queen of England's missing jewels.

The future of the English monarchy rests on the musketeers' shoulders after Louis orders them to recover the Queen of England's missing crown jewels. It's a daunting mission, made more complicated when they unmask the thief. Fighting every instinct, the Musketeers must place their faith in an old adversary to hunt down the diamonds. The ensuing mayhem tests each of their loyalties to the limit, and a surprise reunion results in heartbreak for Aramis. Meanwhile, Feron seizes an opportunity to avoid personal scandal.

Credits

Athos
Tom Burke
Aramis
Santiago Cabrera
Porthos
Howard Charles
Queen Anne
Alexandra Dowling
King Louis
Ryan Gage
Constance
Tamla Kari
Lucien Grimaud
Matthew McNulty
D'Artagnan
Luke Pasqualino
Minister Treville
Hugo Speer
Marquis de Feron
Rupert Everett
Sylvie
Thalissa Teixeira
Henrietta Marie
Olivia Poulet
Caroline
Sarah Smart
Emile Bonnaire
James Callis
Captain Marcheaux
Matt Stokoe
Pauline
Laura Haddock
St Pierre
Paul McGann
Van Laar
Allan Corduner
Lady Francoise
Harriet Thorpe
Esmerelda
Lucie Cerna
Christina
Barbora Cerna
Rosalie
Monika Timkova
Dube
David Pearse
Corelle
Michael Peavoy
Producer
Matthew Bird
Director
Nicholas Renton
Writer
Jeff Povey

Loose Ends

Rick Wakeman, Gina Yashere, Stormzy, Mica Paris, Sir Trevor McDonald, Meera Syal, Rupert Everett, Margaret Cho, Frank Skinner

Clive Anderson and Nikki Bedi pick their Loose Ends highlights from 2017.

Clive Anderson and Nikki Bedi pick their Loose Ends highlights from 2017 including Eddie Izzard, Stormzy, Meera Syal and Rupert Everett.

Clive Anderson and Nikki Bedi pick their Loose Ends highlights from 2017. Conversation, comedy and music comes courtesy of an eclectic line up: Gina Yashere, Jason Isaacs, Stephen Fry, Sir Trevor McDonald, Stormzy, Dave Johns, Frank Gardner, Meera Syal, Rupert Everett, Margaret Cho, Noel Clarke, Jayde Adams, Frank Skinner, Ibibio Sound Machine, Mica Paris, Sampha, Brandy Clark and Rick Wakeman.

Producer: Paula McGinley.

Credits

Presenter
Clive Anderson
Presenter
Nikki Bedi
Interviewed Guest
Gina Yashere
Interviewed Guest
Jason Isaacs
Interviewed Guest
Stephen Fry
Interviewed Guest
Trevor McDonald
Interviewed Guest
Dave Johns
Interviewed Guest
Frank Gardner
Interviewed Guest
Meera Syal
Interviewed Guest
Rupert Everett
Interviewed Guest
Margaret Cho
Interviewed Guest
Noel Clarke
Interviewed Guest
Jayde Adams
Interviewed Guest
Frank Skinner
Performer
undefined Ibibio Sound Machine
Performer
Mica Paris
Performer
undefined Sampha
Performer
Brandy Clark
Performer
Rick Wakeman
Producer
Paula McGinley

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Loose Ends

Rupert Everett, Bidisha, Andy McCluskey, OMD, Thabo, Nikki Bedi

Nikki Bedi and guests with an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy.

Nikki Bedi is joined by actor Rupert Everett, OMD's Andy McCluskey and broadcaster Bidisha for conversation and comedy. With music from OMD and Thabo.

Nikki Bedi is joined by actor Rupert Everett, OMD's Andy McCluskey and broadcaster and journalist Bidisha for an eclectic mix of conversation, music and comedy. With music from OMD and Thabo.

Producer: Sukey Firth.

Credits

Presenter
Nikki Bedi
Interviewed Guest
Rupert Everett
Interviewed Guest
Andy McCluskey
Interviewed Guest
undefined Bidisha
Performer
undefined OMD
Performer
undefined Thabo
Producer
Sukey Firth

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The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 2: The Hunger

The musketeers battle corruption in a race to save Paris's refugees from the noose.

Drama. As Paris starves, Grimaud and Feron hatch a plan to frame the city's refugees for theft. Can the musketeers break the conspirators' grip on Paris in time?

With Paris on the brink of starvation, Grimaud and Feron join forces with the Duke of Beaufort to win the king's business by framing the city's refugees for grain theft. D'Artagnan's hot temper makes him a Red Guard target and lands him in the chatelet with the victims, whose execution date looms. One man down, the musketeers race to discover the truth. Spirited refugee Sylvie catches Athos's attention and he vows to prove her friends' innocence - but is he wise to trust her? With a spy in their midst, can the musketeers break the conspirators' grip on Paris before the refugees hang?

Credits

Athos
Tom Burke
Aramis
Santiago Cabrera
Porthos
Howard Charles
d'Artagnan
Luke Pasqualino
Queen Anne
Alexandra Dowling
King Louis
Ryan Gage
Constance
Tamla Kari
Lucien Grimaud
Matthew McNulty
Minister Treville
Hugo Speer
Marquis de Feron
Rupert Everett
Cadet Clairmont
Dan Parr
Sylvie
Thalissa Teixeira
Duke of Beaufort
Oliver Chris
Granary Keeper
Jan Spanbauer
Torneur
Barry McCormick
Mob Woman
Jodie Hay
Hubert
Francis Magee
Clementine
Janet Walker
Leon
Duran Fulton Brown
Captain Marcheaux
Matt Stokoe
Magistrate Bellavoix
Crispin Letts
Gaoler
Christopher Brand
Street Trader
Andy Linden
Nortier
Ian Conningham
The Dauphin
Robby Fisher
Writer
Simon J Ashford
Producer
Matthew Bird
Director
Andy Hay

The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 3: Brothers in Arms

When the king invites his brother Gaston out of exile, the musketeers must make a choice.

Historical drama. When the king invites his brother Gaston out of exile, a tragedy forces the musketeers to choose between their royal duty and fellow soldiers.

Under orders, the musketeers defend Louis's traitorous brother Gaston after he slaughters a band of veteran soldiers in a Paris tavern. The heartbroken owner, Christophe, demands justice - but the preoccupied king welcomes his formerly exiled brother home with open arms. As tensions ignite and secrets spill, Treville crosses a dangerous line, and the musketeers are forced to choose between their royal duty and fellow soldiers. Meanwhile, Feron and Grimaud spy a kindred spirit in Gaston.

Front Row

Rupert Everett, Abir Mukherjee, Sex and the City 20 years on

Rupert Everett on writing, directing and playing Oscar Wilde in The Happy Prince.

Rupert Everett disusses playing Oscar Wilde in The Happy Prince; novelist Abir Mukherjee on his latest, Smoke and Ashes; Sex and the City, 20 years on; and the late Mary Wilson.

Rupert Everett discusses his life-long passion for Oscar Wilde as he directs, writes and stars in his film The Happy Prince. Framed around Wilde's short story of the same name, the bio-pic focuses on Wilde at the end of his life, from his release from prison to his death in poverty in Paris three years later.

Abir Mukherjee's creation of detective Sam Wyndham, a British officer who finds himself in Calcutta in the 1920s, and his sidekick 'Surrender-Not' Bannerjee, won him a £10,000 publishing deal. He discusses the third book in the series, Smoke and Ashes, set against the backdrop of non-violent protest and increasing demands for Indian independence.

Twenty years ago this week Sex and the City launched in America on the HBO channel. To mark the anniversary, TV critic Emma Bullimore pours herself a Cosmopolitan and looks back at her favourite show...

Mary Wilson, who died yesterday at the age of 102, was in the public eye as the wife of the former Prime Minister Harold Wilson. She was lampooned in Mrs Wilson's Diary in Private Eye as a suburban down-to-earth middle class housewife. She was, though, something much rarer - a very popular poet. From the archive we hear her talking about her writing, the public response, and one of her poems.

Presenter Samira Ahmed

Producer Jerome Weatherald.

Credits

Presenter
Samira Ahmed
Interviewed Guest
Rupert Everett
Interviewed Guest
Abir Mukherjee
Interviewed Guest
Emma Bullimore
Interviewed Guest
Mary Wilson
Producer
Jerome Weatherald

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The Musketeers

Series 3 Episode 1: Spoils of War

The battle-scarred musketeers reunite to rescue orphans from a brutal mercenary.

Historical drama. In France the musketeers reunite to rescue some orphans from a brutal mercenary. After years at the monastery, is Aramis still a musketeer at heart?

In war-torn France, three musketeers launch a daring attack on the Spanish while Aramis battles his conscience at the nearby monastery. When brutal mercenary Lucien Grimaud brings the war to Aramis's new home, the former friends reunite to foil a stolen arms deal and rescue a group of orphans. Four years after vowing to never fight again, is Aramis still a musketeer at heart? Meanwhile, in Paris, a sinister new battle awaits in the form of the corrupt governor Philippe Feron.

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