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Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

The team join in the solstice revelry at Stonehenge, one of the most obvious connections between ancient man and the celestial calendar, and launch the Moore Moon Marathon. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Chris Lintott
Presenter:
Lucie Green
Reporter:
Pete Lawrence
Series Producer:
Jane Fletcher
Executive Producer:
William Lyons
Reporter:
Paul G Abel
Reporter:
Chris North

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Series 1

Episode 12: Boys' Night In

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Classic sitcom. Terry is horrified when Bob refuses to go on a stag night and insists on a quiet night in. But Bob's plan to celebrate his nuptials sober goes awry. Show more

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Series 1

Episode 13: End of an Era

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

The day of the wedding dawns and the women are racing around getting ready for the big event. Meanwhile, Terry has his hands full looking after a nervous Bob.

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Drama based on the true story of Manchester United's legendary Busby Babes and the 1958 Munich air crash that claimed eight of their number. With David Tennant and Dougray Scott. Show more

Contributors

Jimmy Murphy:
David Tennant
Bobby Charlton:
Jack O'Connell
Duncan Edwards:
Sam Claflin
Matt Busby:
Dougray Scott
Bert Whalley:
Dean Andrews
Alma George:
Kate Ashfield
Harold Hardman:
David Calder
Alan Hardaker:
Neil Dudgeon
Tommy Skinner:
Tim Healy
Cissie Charlton:
Melanie Hill
Eddie Colman:
Philip Hill-Pearson
Mark Jones:
Thomas Howes
Harry Gregg:
Ben Peel
David Pegg:
Brogan West
Marion Bent:
Natalie Burt
Professor Maurer:
Werner Daehn
Mrs Watson:
Shirley Dixon
Robert Charlton:
Bill Fellows
Customs Officer:
Faton Gerbeshi
PC Gunstone:
Peter Gunn
British Consul:
Daniel Hill
Charlton Athletic Player:
Jamie Martin
Bob Hardisty:
Liam Shannon
Molly Leech:
Katie West
Executive Producer:
Simon Heath
Director:
James Strong

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Drama centred around Australian media mogul Kerry Packer, who fought a cricket war by secretly signing up 50 of the world's greatest players to form a breakaway tournament. Show more

Contributors

Kerry Packer:
Lachy Hulme
John Cornell:
Abe Forsythe
Greg Chappell:
Damon Gameau
Rodney Marsh:
Brendan Cowell
Ian Chappell:
Clayton Watson
Dennis Lillee:
Matthew Le Nevez
David Hookes:
Richard Davies
Doug Walters:
Hamish Michael
Gary Cosier:
Nicholas Cooper
Clive Lloyd:
Tony Briggs
Jeff Thomson:
Ryan O'Kane
Director:
Daina Reid
Producer:
John Edwards
Producer:
Mimi Butler

Film-maker David Malone explores the science behind metamorphosis, the amazing transformation of one creature into a totally different being. How does it happen and why? Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
David Malone
Producer:
David Briggs
Director:
David Briggs
Executive Producer:
Marcus Herbert
Production Manager:
Lisa Moultrie

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

The team join in the solstice revelry at Stonehenge, one of the most obvious connections between ancient man and the celestial calendar, and launch the Moore Moon Marathon. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Chris Lintott
Presenter:
Lucie Green
Reporter:
Pete Lawrence
Series Producer:
Jane Fletcher
Executive Producer:
William Lyons
Reporter:
Paul G Abel
Reporter:
Chris North

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Series 1

Episode 12: Boys' Night In

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Classic sitcom. Terry is horrified when Bob refuses to go on a stag night and insists on a quiet night in. But Bob's plan to celebrate his nuptials sober goes awry. Show more

Whatever Happened to the Likely Lads?

Series 1

Episode 13: End of an Era

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Four

The day of the wedding dawns and the women are racing around getting ready for the big event. Meanwhile, Terry has his hands full looking after a nervous Bob.

BBC Four

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