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The Last Seabird Summer?

Episode 2: Trouble at Sea

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Four

Series following Adam Nicolson and the threatened seabirds of the Shiant Isles. In Iceland, Adam sees colonies where nearly all the birds have been wiped out. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Adam Nicolson
Production Company:
KEO North
Executive Producer:
Andrew Palmer
Executive Producer:
Nigel Pope
Series Producer:
James Nutt
Director:
James Nutt
Participant:
Erpur S Hansen
Participant:
Aevar Petersen
Participant:
Phil Taylor
Participant:
Bob Furness
Participant:
Grimur Gislason
Participant:
Roddy MacLeod
Participant:
Donald McLeod
Participant:
Donald Morrison
Participant:
Sigureir Jonnsson
Participant:
Donald Murray
Participant:
Jim Lennon
Participant:
Emily Scragg
Participant:
Penny Holiday
Participant:
Jerry Gillham
Participant:
Ian Mitchell

Duration: 1 hour, 43 minutes

on BBC Four

Danish thriller. The crew of a Danish cargo ship is held hostage by Somali pirates and a psychological drama unfolds between the CEO of the shipping company and the pirates. Show more

Contributors

Mikkel Hartmann:
Pilou Asbaek
Peter C Ludvigsen:
Soren Malling
Lars Vestergaard:
Dar Salim
Jan Sørensen:
Roland Moller
Maria Hartmann:
Amalie Ihle Alstrup
Kamilla Hartmann:
Amalie Vulff Andersen
Anette Ludvigsen:
Linda Laursen
Niels Giversen:
Allan Arnby

Formats

T in the Park

2016

Highlights: Day 2

Duration: 2 hours, 30 minutes

on BBC Four

Scotland's own superstar DJ and producer Calvin Harris plays to his home crowd as he headlines the main stage at T in the Park for the first time since 2014. Show more

BBC Four

About BBC Four

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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