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Casualty 1907: 2/3

BBC Four

Casualty 1907

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Historical hospital drama. Probationer Ethel Bennett goes through a night of rising tension as she nurses Thomas Hooley, the injured docker whose leg wounds are not healing. Show more

Contributors

Matron Eva Luckes:
Cherie Lunghi
Ada Russell:
Sarah Smart
Dr Millais Culpin:
William Houston
Ethel Bennett:
Charity Wakefield
Sydney Holland:
Nicholas Farrell
Hurry Fenwick:
David Troughton
Dr Lawes:
Hywel Simons
Dr James Walton:
Tom Riley
Laura Goodley:
Lydia Leonard
Nobby Clark:
Alfie Allen
Producer:
Bryn Higgins

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Breaking the Mould: the Story of Penicillin

BBC Four

History states that Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin. This drama uncovers the forgotten team involved in the development and manufacture of the drug. Show more

Contributors

Professor Howard Florey:
Dominic West
Professor Alexander Fleming:
Denis Lawson
Dr Ernst Chain:
Oliver Dimsdale
Norman Heatley:
Joe Armstrong
Dr Edward Mellanby:
John Sessions
Dr Margaret Jennings:
Kate Fleetwood
Dr Arthur Gardener:
Stephen Boxer
Dr Ethel Florey:
Amanda Douge
Charles Fletcher:
Sam Heughan
Cecil Weir:
Ian Lindsay
Paquita Florey:
Ambra Lily Keegan
Albert Alexander:
Jefferson Hall
Mother:
Sarah Ball
Suit One:
Julien Ball
Johnny Cox:
Henry Wood
Mrs Campbell Renton:
Dolly Wells
Journalist No. 2:
Phillip Langhorne
Journalist No. 1:
Andrew McKay
Producer:
Pier Wilkie
Director:
Peter Hoar

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The Guinea Pig Club

BBC Four

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Four

Geraldine James narrates a documentary about the Guinea Pig Club, a drinking club whose members were former WWII pilots who cheated death and had a disfigurement to prove it. Show more

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Blood and Guts: a History of Surgery

BBC Four

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Series about the history of surgery continues with a look at the development of plastic surgery, which started over 400 years ago with a spate of botched nose jobs. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Breaking the Mould: the Story of Penicillin

BBC Four

History states that Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin. This drama uncovers the forgotten team involved in the development and manufacture of the drug. Show more

Contributors

Professor Howard Florey:
Dominic West
Professor Alexander Fleming:
Denis Lawson
Dr Ernst Chain:
Oliver Dimsdale
Norman Heatley:
Joe Armstrong
Dr Edward Mellanby:
John Sessions
Dr Margaret Jennings:
Kate Fleetwood
Dr Arthur Gardener:
Stephen Boxer
Dr Ethel Florey:
Amanda Douge
Charles Fletcher:
Sam Heughan
Cecil Weir:
Ian Lindsay
Paquita Florey:
Ambra Lily Keegan
Albert Alexander:
Jefferson Hall
Mother:
Sarah Ball
Suit One:
Julien Ball
Johnny Cox:
Henry Wood
Mrs Campbell Renton:
Dolly Wells
Journalist No. 2:
Phillip Langhorne
Journalist No. 1:
Andrew McKay
Producer:
Pier Wilkie
Director:
Peter Hoar

Regional Variations (2)

Batman

BBC Four

Batman

Series 1

Episode 33: Fine Finny Fiends

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Superhero action. The pernicious Penguin brainwashes Alfred, then vacuums up the dynamic duo in an attempt to loot Bruce Wayne's multi-millionaires' dinner. Show more

Contributors

Batman/Bruce Wayne:
Adam West
Robin/Dick Grayson:
Burt Ward
Alfred Pennyworth:
Alan Napier
Commissioner James W Gordon:
Neil Hamilton

Regional Variations (2)

Batman

BBC Four

Batman

Series 1

Episode 33: Fine Finny Fiends

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Superhero action. The pernicious Penguin brainwashes Alfred, then vacuums up the dynamic duo in an attempt to loot Bruce Wayne's multi-millionaires' dinner. Show more

Contributors

Batman/Bruce Wayne:
Adam West
Robin/Dick Grayson:
Burt Ward
Alfred Pennyworth:
Alan Napier
Commissioner James W Gordon:
Neil Hamilton

BBC Four

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