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Bang Goes the Theory

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Series putting science to the test. Jem Stansfield builds a vortex cannon, and Dallas Campbell takes on the technology that will track every one of us simply by the way we walk. Show more

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC One West

While Hunt is away, Fred sets out to fulfil his promise to look after Annie but, before he knows what is happening, she seduces him. Upon his return, Hunt asks Annie to marry him. Show more

Contributors

William 'Maniac' Hunt:
Rafe Spall
Dante Gabriel Rossetti:
Aidan Turner
John Millais:
Samuel Barnett
Fred Walters:
Sam Crane
John Ruskin:
Tom Hollander
Lord Rosterley:
Samuel West
Lizzie Siddal:
Amy Manson
Annie Miller:
Jennie Jacques
Mr Stone:
Phil Davis
Mr Stone:
Phil Davis
Mrs Siddal:
Polly Kemp
Charlotte Siddal:
Josie Farmiloe
Mrs Gerard:
Richenda Carey
Executive Producer:
Hilary Salmon
Executive Producer:
Hilary Salmon
Executive Producer:
Franny Moyle
Executive Producer:
Franny Moyle
Producer:
Ben Evans
Producer:
Ben Evans
Mr Chadwick:
Mark Benton
Charles Dickens:
Mark Heap
Effie Ruskin:
Zoe Tapper
Director:
Paul Gay
Margaret:
Maimie McCoy

Taking the Flak

Episode 6: Big Beasts

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC One West

Sitcom with Martin Jarvis and Doon Mackichan. Media darling Jeremy Morrison is parachuted into Karibu to report on the ceasefire, much to David's disgust. Show more

Contributors

David Bradburn:
Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason:
Doon Mackichan
Harry Chambers:
Bruce Mackinnon
Rory Wallace:
Damian O'Hare
Joyful Sifuri:
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Margaret Hollis:
Joanna Brookes
Alexander:
Harry Lloyd
Jeremy Morrison:
Rhashan Stone
Samantha:
Lucy Chalkley
Herself:
Sonali Shah
Writer:
Jon Rolph
Producer:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Adam Miller

BBC One West

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