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New series Ed Leigh and Graham Bell begin this season's grand tour of skiing's premier events with a trip to the latest destination on the World Cup circuit, Wengen in Switzerland, for the men's downhill.
World Cup coverage from Wengen, 12 noon-1.05pm and 5.30-6.30pm

Contributors

Unknown:
Ed Leigh
Unknown:
Graham Bell

3/8; series four. The Vodka
Lee gets trapped inside Moz's boiler, then Jenny pays a drunken visit to the flat and things quickly get out of hand.

11.30 4/8. The Secret
Moz fails to keep his affair with Jenny secret from anyone - except girlfriend Nicki, who is busy with a liaison of her own.
Writer Graham Duff
(First shown on BBC3)

Contributors

Writer:
Graham Duff
Director:
Ben Fuller
Producer:
Gill Isles
Moz:
Johnny Vegas
Jenny:
Sinead Matthews
Nicki:
Nicola Reynolds
Carmel:
Hanne Steen
Yasuko:
Haruka Kuroda
Kim:
Jessica Peh
Miko:
Haruka Abe
Judith:
Joanna Neary
Cartoon Head:
David Sant
PC:
Tom Goodman-Hill
Mrs Rupani:
Josephine Welcome
Keith:
Mick Miller
Alan:
Peter Slater
Marco:
Andrew Lawrence
Jake:
Danny Morgan
Brian:
Graham Duff
Flynn:
Reece Hampton
Tony:
Dan Li
Chen:
Hon Ping Tang
Paul:
Ryan Pope
Steve:
Seymour Leon Mace
Tania:
Emma Fryer
Colin:
Ben Crompton
Lee:
Andrew-Lee Potts

Touching biographical drama about the last days of Hollywood horror director James Whale. His faculties impaired by a stroke, the gay film-maker develops a friendship with his gardener "Clay" Boone. Review page 41.
Director Bill Condon (1998, 15)

Contributors

Director:
Bill Condon
James Whale:
Ian McKellen
Clayton Boone:
Brendan Fraser
Hanna:
Lynn Redgrave
Betty:
Lolita Davidovich
Harry:
Kevin J O'Connor
David Lewis:
David Dukes

Ideal

Series 4

Episode 3: The Vodka

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two England

Sitcom about a small-time dope dealer and his strange collection of acquaintances. When Moz gets a visit from the drunken Jenny, things soon get out of hand. Show more

Ideal

Series 4

Episode 4: The Secret

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two England

Sitcom about a small-time dope dealer and his strange acquaintances. Despite Moz and Jenny's best efforts to keep their affair secret, it seems everybody knows about it. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

on BBC Two England

Biopic of director James Whale. When a handsome gardener starts work at his house, Whale is entranced and begins a complex friendship with him. With Ian McKellen and Lynn Redgrave. Show more

Contributors

James Whale:
Ian McKellen
Clayton 'Clay' Boone:
Brendan Fraser
David Lewis:
David Dukes
Dwight:
Mark Kiely
Elsa Lanchester:
Rosalind Ayres
Edmund Kay:
Jack Plotnick
Director:
Bill Condon

Thriller starring Sandrine Kiberlain. After the death of her son, Betty Fisher's life becomes intertwined with a waitress when Betty's disturbed mother kidnaps the woman's son. In French with subtitles. Review p41. Director Claude Miller (2001, 15)

Contributors

Unknown:
Sandrine Kiberlain.
Unknown:
Betty Fisher
Director:
Claude Miller

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

on BBC Two England

Psychological drama based on Ruth Rendell's novel The Tree of Hands. A successful novelist enters a dark depression after the death of her son. Show more

Contributors

Betty Fisher:
Sandrine Kiberlain
Margot Fisher:
Nicole Garcia
Carole Novacki:
Mathilde Seigner
Francois Diembele:
Luck Mervil
Alex Basato:
Edouard Baer
Rene the Canadian:
Yves Jacques
Dr. Jerome Castang:
Roschdy Zem
Madame Barsky:
Consuelo De Haviland
Martinaud:
Yves Verhoeven
Jacqueline:
Annie Mercier
Jose Novacki:
Alexis Chatrian
Director:
Claude Miller
Producer:
Annie Miller
Producer:
Yves Marmion

Genres

Formats

BBC Two England

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