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Duration: 40 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Movie news, reviews and interviews with Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh. Featuring a review of sci-fi remake The Thing and a look at Happy Feet Two. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Danny Leigh
Presenter:
Danny Leigh
Executive Producer:
Basil Comely
Executive Producer:
Basil Comely
Series Producer:
Jayne Stanger
Series Producer:
Jayne Stanger
Participant:
Tom Hooper

His Dark Materials

Series 1

Lyra’s Jordan

Duration: 57 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One East MidlandsLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales HD

Available for years

Orphan Lyra's world is changed forever by her long-absent uncle's return from the north. Show more

Contributors

Lyra Belacqua:
Dafne Keen
Mrs Coulter:
Ruth Wilson
The Master:
Clarke Peters
Farder Coram:
James Cosmo
Carlo Boreal:
Ariyon Bakare
Father MacPhail:
Will Keen
Lord Asriel:
James McAvoy
Director:
Tom Hooper
Producer:
Laurie Borg
Production Company:
Bad Wolf Productions

His Dark Materials

Series 1

The Idea of North

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One West MidlandsLatest broadcast: on BBC One East

Available for years

Lyra starts her new life in London, determined to find Roger with Mrs Coulter's help. Show more

Contributors

Lyra Belacqua:
Dafne Keen
Mrs Coulter:
Ruth Wilson
The Master:
Clarke Peters
Farder Coram:
James Cosmo
Carlo Boreal:
Ariyon Bakare
Father MacPhail:
Will Keen
Director:
Tom Hooper
Producer:
Laurie Borg
Production Company:
Bad Wolf Productions

Duration: 1 hour, 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Oscar-winning drama. The story of Prince Albert, Duke of York, who employed an Australian speech therapist to help overcome his stutter so he could address the nation. Show more

Contributors

King George VI:
Colin Firth
Lionel Logue:
Geoffrey Rush
Queen Elizabeth:
Helena Bonham Carter
King Edward VIII:
Guy Pearce
Winston Churchill:
Timothy Spall
Archbishop Cosmo Lang:
Derek Jacobi
Myrtle Logue:
Jennifer Ehle
King George V:
Michael Gambon
Private Secretary:
Richard Dixon
Chauffeur:
Paul Trussell
BBC Radio Announcer:
Adrian Scarborough
Robert Wood:
Andrew Havill
Laurie Logue:
Calum Gittins
Theatre Director:
David Bamber
Lord Wigram:
Patrick Ryecart
Lord Dawson:
Simon Chandler
Queen Mary:
Claire Bloom
Duke of Gloucester:
Tim Downie
Wallis Simpson:
Eve Best
Stanley Baldwin:
Anthony Andrews
Director:
Tom Hooper
Producer:
Iain Canning
Producer:
Emile Sherman
Producer:
Gareth Unwin

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC One North East & Cumbria

Drama starring Hilary Swank. A woman leaves her law career in New York to return to South Africa to assist an old friend as prosecutor on a Truth Commission hearing. Show more

Contributors

Sarah Barcant:
Hilary Swank
Piet Muller:
Ian Roberts
Alex Mpondo:
Chiwetel Ejiofor
Director:
Tom Hooper

Front Row

The Danish Girl, Bach's Magnificat, Deutschland 83

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 LW

Available for over a year

Samira Ahmed talks to Oscar-winning director Tom Hooper about his new film The Danish Girl, starring Eddie Redmayne. Plus a reconstruction of JS Bach's first Christmas in Leipzig. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Samira Ahmed
Interviewed Guest:
Tom Hooper
Interviewed Guest:
Nina Ramirez
Interviewed Guest:
Philip Hensher

Duration: 1 hour, 32 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Scotland

Available for 20 days

The story of Brian Clough's 44-day stint as manager of Leeds United FC. When Don Revie quit to manage England, the outspoken Clough took charge. With Michael Sheen. Show more

Contributors

Brian Clough:
Michael Sheen
Peter Taylor:
Timothy Spall
Don Revie:
Colm Meaney
Jimmy Gordon:
Maurice Roeves
Sam Longson:
Jim Broadbent
Billy Bremner:
Stephen Graham
Dave Mackay:
Brian McCardie
Johnny Giles:
Peter McDonald
Colin Todd:
Giles Alderson
Austin Mitchell:
Mark Bazeley
John O'Hare:
Martin Compston
Duncan McKenzie:
Joe Dempsie
Manny Cussins:
Henry Goodman
Director:
Tom Hooper
Sam Bolton:
David Roper
Nigel Clough:
Oliver Stokes
Norman Hunter:
Mark Cameron
Lillian Taylor:
Gillian Waugh
John McGovern:
Colin Harris
Archie Gemmill:
Stewart Robertson
Journalist:
Ralph Ineson
Mike Bamber:
Paul Bown
Floor manager:
Christopher Chilton
Producer:
Andy Harries
Executive Producer:
Christine Langan
Executive Producer:
Hugo Heppell
Executive Producer:
Peter Morgan