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Alesha's Street Dance Stars

Series 1

Episode 8: Semi-Final 2

on BBC Two Scotland

Dance reality series with Alesha Dixon. Dance crews of up to 12 young street dancers compete for the title of Alesha's Street Dance Stars and a money-cannot-buy-prize. Show more

The Slammer

Series 3

Episode 11: Good, Isn't It?

on BBC Two Scotland

Entertainment show in which entertainers enter a mock prison. Marvellous Marvin has 'the greatest act the world has ever seen'. Or does he?

Contributors

The Governor:
Ted Robbins
Mr Burgess:
Ian Kirkby
Peter Nokio:
Dave Chapman
Gimbert:
Lee Barnett
Executive Producer:
Annette Williams
Series Producer:
Steve Ryde
Director:
John Payne

Duration: 30 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Today's action packed show comes from Sunderland and includes a pedal-powered cycling master-class from British Paralympic hopeful Sarah Storey, and special guest Joe McElderry. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Barney Harwood
Presenter:
Helen Skelton
Participant:
Phillips Idowu
Participant:
Sarah Storey
Participant:
Joe McElderry

Ministry Of Curious Stuff

Series 1

Episode 13

on BBC Two Scotland

Sketch show. Some of the best moments, strangest songs, weirdest animations and most intriguing questions from this series.

Contributors

Mr Reeves:
Jim Moir
Captain Length-Width:
Dan Skinner
Miss Teaparty:
Beth Rylance
Miss Wannamaker:
Rhyanna Alexander-Davis
Mr Frazernagle:
Jack Carroll
Series Producer:
Rob Hyde
Series Producer:
Rob Hyde
Executive Producer:
Jamie Rea
Executive Producer:
Jamie Rea

Splatalot

Series 1

Episode 18

on BBC Two Scotland

Game show filled with medieval, messy madness. Kookaburra is upset when an Attacker calls him a chicken, but the Defenders cheer him up with a rousing version of the Chicken Dance. Show more

Contributors

Tinkor:
Matt Burns
Crocness:
Chenoa Deemal
Kookaburra:
James Elmer
Knightriss:
Gloria Onitiri
Gildar:
RJ Skinner
Presenter:
Dominic Wood
Presenter:
Richard McCourt
Executive Producer:
Matthew Hornburg
Executive Producer:
Mark JW Bishop
Director:
Rae Upton
Executive Producer:
Damian Kavanagh
Executive Producer:
Alison Gregory
Executive Producer:
Steve Ryde
Producer:
Jason Garbett

Duration: 2 hours, 40 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Courtroom drama. A former district attorney (James Stewart), now a small time lawyer, is hired to defend an army lieutenant accused of shooting the man who raped his wife. Show more

Contributors

Paul Biegler:
James Stewart
Laura Manion:
Lee Remick
Lt Frederick Manion:
Ben Gazzara
Pamell McCartney:
Arthur O'Connell
Claude Dancer:
George C Scott
Maida:
Eve Arden

Dad's Army

Series 3

Episode 8: The Day the Balloon Went Up

Duration: 28 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Classic comedy. The verger gets tied up with disastrous consequences. Can the platoon set him free? And where will they hide the barrage balloon?

Contributors

Producer:
David Croft
Sergeant Wilson:
John Le Mesurier
Private Godfrey:
Arnold Ridley
Private Frazer:
John Laurie
Private Walker:
James Beck
Corporal Jones:
Clive Dunn
Pte Pike:
Ian Lavender
Captain Mainwaring:
Arthur Lowe
The Vicar:
Frank Williams

The Culture Show

Into Orbit: A Culture Show Special

Duration: 1 hour

on BBC Two Scotland

In this one-off special, The Culture Show goes behind the scenes to follow Anish Kapoor and Cecil Balmond's Orbit sculpture from commission to completion. Show more

Duration: 2 hours, 14 minutes

on BBC Two Scotland

Unsettling thriller based on the novel by Patrick Suskind. In 18th-century France, a young perfumier (Ben Whishaw) goes on a ruthless quest for the ultimate scent. Show more

Contributors

Jean-Baptiste Grenouille:
Ben Whishaw
Giuseppe Baldini:
Dustin Hoffman
Narrator:
John Hurt
Director:
Tom Tykwer

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