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Smiley's People

BBC Four

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Seminal spy drama series from 1982. Vladimir has two proofs, but Smiley has only found one. It was an erotic photograph of Otto Leipzig, the General's lieutenant. Show more

Contributors

George Smiley:
Sir Alec Guinness
Toby Esterhase:
Bernard Hepton
Madame Ostrakova:
Eileen Atkins
Connie Sachs:
Beryl Reid
Hilary:
Norma West
Mr Carson:
Vass Anderson
Director:
Simon Langton

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Seminal spy drama series from 1982. Smiley gets into trouble with his superiors, who want the investigation closed. But he finally encounters the woman and gets her account.

Contributors

George Smiley:
Sir Alec Guinness
Claus Kretzschmar:
Mario Adorf
Madame Ostrakova:
Eileen Atkins
Otto Leipzig:
Vladek Sheybal
Peter Guillam:
Michael Byrne
Saul Enderby:
Barry Foster
Director:
Simon Langton

Regional Variations (2)

Dawn French's More Girls Who Do: Comedy

BBC Four

More Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy

Series 1

Episode 6: Joan Rivers

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Dawn French interviews Joan Rivers about her life in comedy.

Regional Variations (2)

Fanny Hill

BBC Four

Fanny Hill

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Two-part adaptation of John Cleland's infamous novel. After losing her parents to smallpox, Fanny Hill travels to London, where she is employed by local madam Mrs Brown. Show more

Contributors

Regional Variations (2)

More Dawn French's Girls Who Do: Comedy

Series 1

Episode 6: Joan Rivers

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Dawn French interviews Joan Rivers about her life in comedy.

BBC Four

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BBC Four reflects arts, music and culture with an ambitious range of intellectually and culturally enriching programmes, taking an expert and in-depth approach to its subjects.

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