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Duration: 2 hours, 7 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Drama. An ill-fated relationship begins when an Austrian doctor fleeing Nazi persecution arrives in Paris and meets a woman just before the outbreak of war.

Contributors

Joan Madou:
Ingrid Bergman
Dr Ravic:
Charles Boyer
Gestapo Chief Haake:
Charles Laughton
Col Boris Morosov:
Louis Calhern
Kate Bergstroem:
Ruth Warrick
Dr Veber:
Roman Bohnen
Madame Fessier:
Ruth Nelson
Hotel Manager:
J Edward Bromberg
Producer:
David Lewis

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

on BBC Two HD

World War II drama about a Czech captain, educated in England, who attempts to escape the Gestapo by taking on the identity of a dead British officer.

Contributors

Captain Karel Hasek:
Michael Redgrave
Corporal Horsfall:
Jack Warner
Celia Mitchell:
Rachel Kempson
Private Evans:
Mervyn Johns
Lieutenant Lennox:
Gordon Jackson
Director:
Basil Dearden

Homes Under the Hammer

Series 18

Episode 2

Duration: 58 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Martin Roberts and Lucy Alexander visit a two-bedroom flat in Fulham, a former railway cottage in the north east and a terraced house near the Kent coast. Show more

Duration: 59 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Rick Stein embarks on a new gastronomic road trip from Venice to Istanbul. His journey continues in Ravenna, where he discovers piadinas - a street food dating back to Roman times. Show more

Duration: 2 hours, 5 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Available for 5 months

World War II tale based on a true story. As the Germans move closer to the secret of nuclear fission, saboteurs plot to stop the materials going into production. Show more

Dad's Army

Series 5

Episode 7: The King Was in His Counting House

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Wartime sitcom. When a bomb falls on the vault of Captain Mainwaring's bank, he insists that the platoon count the money and guard it.

Contributors

Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
Sergeant Arthur Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Lance Corporal Jack Jones:
Clive Dunn
Private James Frazer:
John Laurie
Private Joe Walker:
James Beck
Private Charles Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Private Frank Pike:
Ian Lavender
Reverend Timothy Farthing:
Frank Williams
ARP Warden Hodges:
Bill Pertwee
Henry Yeatman:
Edward Sinclair
Producer:
David Croft

Duration: 1 hour, 34 minutes

on BBC Two HD

Crime drama. An employee of an international advertising agency is betrayed by her manager - both professionally and romantically. Their rivalry eventually leads to murder. Show more

Contributors

Christine Stanford:
Rachel McAdams
Isabelle James:
Noomi Rapace
Dirk Harriman:
Paul Anderson
Inspector Bach:
Rainer Bock
Prosecutor:
Benjamin Sadler
Manager:
Patrick Heyn
Detective:
Ian Dickinson

Formats

Simon Russell Beale travels to Italy to explore the story of the Duke of Mantua and his court composer Claudio Monteverdi during the late Italian Renaissance. Show more

Art critic Alastair Sooke delves into the murky world of art theft. Despite the high stakes and daring involved, many of the crimes go unnoticed by the media. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Alastair Sooke
Executive Producer:
Ross Harper
Executive Producer:
Greg Sanderson
Assistant Producer:
Iain Robson
Production Manager:
Michelle Gauntlett
Production Manager:
Nina Robertson
Production Coordinator:
Catherine Ross
Director of photography:
Richard Cook
Sound Recordist:
John Osborne
Sound Recordist:
Cameron Mercer
Participant:
Jan De Kesel
Participant:
Anthony Amore
Participant:
Tom Mashberg
Participant:
Geoff Kelly
Participant:
Dick Ellis
Participant:
Julian Radcliffe
Participant:
Ludovico Gippetto
Participant:
Giovanni Pastore
Participant:
Myles Connor
Participant:
Marty Leppo
Participant:
Noah Charney

BBC Two HD

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