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Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

on BBC HD

Multi-award winning historical drama about Sir Thomas More's refusal to acknowledge Henry VIII's break with the Roman Catholic Church. Starring Paul Scofield. Show more

Contributors

Sir Thomas More:
Paul Scofield
Lady Alice:
Wendy Hiller
Thomas Cromwell:
Leo McKern
King Henry VIII:
Robert Shaw
Margaret:
Susannah York
Richard Rich:
John Hurt
Duke of Norfolk:
Nigel Davenport
Will Roper:
Corin Redgrave
Cardinal Wolsey:
Orson Welles

Wartime Farm

Episode 1

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC HD

History programme recreating British farming as it was during WWII, when farmers had to double production. The historian-farmers must reclaim land and prepare for air raids. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Ruth Goodman
Presenter:
Alex Langlands
Presenter:
Peter Ginn
Executive Producer:
David Upshal

Duration: 58 minutes

on BBC HD

Actors Alison Steadman and Larry Lamb team up with experts Thomas Plant and Paul Laidlaw. Their road trip goes from Arundel and along the Sussex coast to an auction at Eastbourne. Show more

Grand Tours of Scotland

Series 1

Episode 6: Wish You Were Here

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC HD

Paul Murton follows in the footsteps of Scotland's first tourists. Here, he journeys from St Andrews across the Firth of Forth and ends up in Edinburgh. Show more

BBC Proms

2012

Last Night of the Proms - Part 1

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

on BBC HD

Katie Derham introduces the final concert of the 2012 Proms season from the Royal Albert Hall. The programme includes the Bruch Violin Concerto and arias by Verdi and Puccini. Show more

BBC Proms

2012

Last Night of the Proms in 3D

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

on BBC HD

Live from the Royal Albert Hall, Katie Derham introduces the biggest classical music party and grand finale to the 2012 Proms. To watch in 3D set your 3D TV to 'side-by-side' mode. Show more

The Thick of It

Series 4

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC HD

Political satire. Peter Mannion is told to launch his coalition partner's new 'Networked Nation' policy. However, Peter doesn't even know how to right-click a mouse. Show more

Contributors

Peter Mannion:
Roger Allam
Phil Smith:
Will Smith
Terri Coverley:
Joanna Scanlan
Fergus Williams:
Geoffrey Streatfeild
Adam Kenyon:
Ben Willbond
Glenn Cullen:
James Smith
Stewart Pearson:
Vincent Franklin
Emma Messenger:
Olivia Poulet
Teacher:
Dave Florez
Charlotte:
Jessica Henwick
Journalist:
Manjinder Virk
Journalist:
Gareth Tunley
Journalist:
Adam Tandy
Journalist:
Dan Mersh
Journalist:
Martha Cope
Journalist:
Tom Andrews
Writer:
Tony Roche
Writer:
Will Smith
Writer:
Sean Gray
Writer:
Dan Gaster
Writer:
Ian Martin
Producer:
Adam Tandy
Executive Producer:
Armando Iannucci

Parade's End

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC HD

Vicious rumours about Christopher abound, leading to tragedy at Groby. Sylvia finds a new admirer who proves a distraction as the war continues, and Valentine moves to London. Show more

Contributors

Christopher Tietjens:
Benedict Cumberbatch
Sylvia Tietjens:
Rebecca Hall
General Campion:
Roger Allam
Valentine Wannop:
Adelaide Clemens
Father Consett:
Ned Dennehy
Edith Duchemin:
Anne-Marie Duff
Mark Tietjens:
Rupert Everett
Edward Wannop:
Freddie Fox
Macmaster:
Stephen Graham
Lady Claudine:
Clare Higgins
Tietjens Senior:
Alan Howard
Gerald Drake:
Jack Huston
Mrs Satterthwaite:
Janet McTeer
Brownlie:
Jamie Parker
General Haggard:
Ronald Pickup
Reverend Duchemin:
Rufus Sewell
Glorvina:
Sasha Waddell
Food Emporium Manager:
Dominic Coleman
Medical Officer:
Jeroen Lenarts
Marie Leonie:
Lyne Renee
Michael (8 years old):
Rudi Goodman
Reverend- Effie's husband:
Christopher Bowen
Critic at Macmasters Flat:
Jurgen Delnaet
Grand Actress:
Hilde Heijnen
Michaelangelo Woman:
Siobhan Hewlett
Bank Clerk:
George Potts
Producer:
David Parfitt
Director:
Susanna White

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