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Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Thriller starring Robert Mitchum and Jane Russell. A gambler is given 50,000 dollars to visit a resort in Mexico, unaware that he has been lured there by a notorious mobster. Show more

Contributors

Dan Milner:
Robert Mitchum
Lenore Brent:
Jane Russell
Mark Cardigan:
Vincent Price
Nick Ferraro:
Raymond Burr
Helen Cardigan:
Marjorie Reynolds
Bill Lusk:
Tim Holt
Thompson/Narrator:
Charles McGraw
Jennie Stone:
Leslie Banning
Myron Winton:
Jim Backus
Jose Morro:
Philip Van Zandt
Martin Krafft:
John Mylong
Gerald Hobson:
Carleton G Young
Director:
John Farrow
Producer:
Howard Hughes

Formats

Gardeners' World

2014

Episode 9

Duration: 29 minutes

on BBC Two HD

An exclusive look at the RHS Malvern Spring Festival with Monty Don. Carol Klein seeks out the fabulously scented floral marquee while Joe Swift checks out the show garden designs. Show more

Duration: 28 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Gardening magazine. Jim is planning a kale and chard chequerboard, while Carole is trying a range of flower scatter mixes and George is revamping the Beechgrove riverbed. Show more

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 1 hour, 32 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Adaptation of Oscar Wilde's comedy of manners. An MP's idyllic marriage is threatened by a blackmail plot. Show more

Contributors

Lady Gertrude Chiltern:
Cate Blanchett
Mabel Chiltern:
Minnie Driver
Lord Arthur Goring:
Rupert Everett
Mrs Laura Cheveley:
Julianne Moore
Sir Robert Chiltern:
Jeremy Northam
Earl of Caversham:
John Wood
Lady Markby:
Lindsay Duncan
Baron Arnheim:
Jeroen Krabbe
Tommy Trafford:
Ben Pullen
Vicomte de Nanjac:
Nickolas Grace
Miss Danvers:
Anna Patrick
Miss Prism:
Janet Henfrey
Brackpool:
Douglas Bradley
Young Mother:
Susannah Wise
Sir Hugo Danforth:
Oliver Ford Davies
Producer:
Bruce Davey
Director:
Oliver Parker

Genres

Formats

Regional Variations (2)

Duration: 2 hours

on BBC Two HD

Clare Balding presents live coverage of the closing stages of the Badminton Horse Trials in Gloucestershire, where the showjumping is taking place. Show more

Regional Variations (3)

Flog It: Trade Secrets

BBC Two Scotland

Coast

BBC Two Wales

Flog It!

Series 8 Reversions

Episode 23: Bodmin

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Experts Catherine Southon and Mark Stacey join Paul Martin at St Petroc's Church in Bodmin. While they hunt for antiques, Paul explores Cornish wrestling. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Paul Martin
Participant:
Catherine Southon
Participant:
Mark Stacey
Series Producer:
Susie Staples
Director:
Barry Hecker

Escape to the Continent

Series 1

Episode 20: France - Languedoc

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two HD

Brits test drive an alternative life in Europe. Anita Rani is in the Languedoc region of France, helping a couple from Milton Keynes move to the continent. Show more

Regional Variations (3)

Escape to the Continent

BBC Two Wales

River City

BBC Two Scotland

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Available for 5 months

Simon Reeve continues his Australian adventure. He travels from Darwin, in Australia's Northern Territory, across to the Cape York Peninsula and on to the Great Barrier Reef. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Simon Reeve
Producer:
Olly Bootle
Director:
Olly Bootle
Executive Producer:
Sam Bagnall

Regional Variations (2)

Best of Top Gear

Series 20 and Series 21

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two HD

Another choice compilation of horsepower, tyre smoke and calamity as Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May engage in more high-octane horseplay.

Regional Variations (2)

Off the Beaten Track

BBC Two Northern Ireland

QI XL

Series K

Episode 3: K-Folk

Duration: 44 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Quiz show. Stephen Fry looks into the quite interesting world of K-Folk with Katherine Ryan, Josh Widdicombe, Phill Jupitus and Alan Davies.

Contributors

Presenter:
Stephen Fry
Participant:
Alan Davies
Director:
Ian Lorimer
Producer:
John Lloyd
Participant:
Katherine Ryan
Participant:
Josh Widdicombe
Participant:
Phill Jupitus

Oscar-winning drama based on the true story of mathematician John Nash (Russell Crowe), who developed a mental illness after he was recruited for secret code-breaking duties. Show more

Contributors

John Nash:
Russell Crowe
Parcher:
Ed Harris
Alicia Nash:
Jennifer Connelly
Charles:
Paul Bettany
Hansen:
Josh Lucas
Helinger:
Judd Hirsch
Director:
Ron Howard
Thomas King:
Austin Pendleton
Executive Producer:
Todd Hallowell
Executive Producer:
Karen Kehela
Producer:
Brian Grazer
Producer:
Ron Howard
Composer:
James Horner
Director of photography:
Roger Deakins

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Romantic comedy. Gentle Los Angeles 'meter maid' Claire (Samantha Morton) is desperate to find love and fulfilment, but can she get that from macho colleague Jay? Show more

Contributors

Claire Barney:
Samantha Morton
Jay Caswell:
Jason Patric
Claire's Mother/Aunt Tilde:
Teri Garr
Supervisor:
Carlease Burke
Jay's Son:
Jonny Mack

Formats

Holby City

Series 16

Episode 30: My Name is Joe

Duration: 56 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Zosia is under pressure as she tries to prove to Sacha that she has what it takes to pass her F1 year, while Jonny finds an unlikely ally in his fight for Emma. Show more

Contributors

Raffaello Di Luca:
Joe McFadden
Harry Tressler:
Jules Knight
Jonny Maconie:
Michael Thomson
Jac Naylor:
Rosie Marcel
Guy Self:
John Michie
Arthur Digby:
Rob Ostlere
Serena Campbell:
Catherine Russell
Dominic Copeland:
David Ames
Sacha Levy:
Bob Barrett
Zosia March:
Camilla Arfwedson
Mo Effanga:
Chizzy Akudolu
Amy Teo:
Wendy Kweh
Paula Burrows:
Julie Legrand
Jesse Law:
Don Gilet
Estelle Harrison:
Kaye Wragg
Chelsey Corman:
Dominique Jackson
Craig Donovan:
Daniel Brocklebank
Joe Goodridge:
Julian Glover
Stephanie Grove:
Steff Alexander
Douglas Gibson:
Phillip Langhorne
Director:
Pip Short

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