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Duration: 5 hours, 35 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Parliament

To mark its 25th anniversary, another chance to see the BBC's 1992 general election night results coverage presented by David Dimbleby. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Presenter:
Peter Snow
Presenter:
Peter Sissons
Interviewed Guest:
Tony King
Interviewed Guest:
John Cole

Duration: 8 hours, 5 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Parliament

To mark its 25th anniversary, another chance to see the BBC's 1992 general election night results coverage presented by David Dimbleby. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
David Dimbleby
Presenter:
Peter Snow
Presenter:
Peter Sissons
Interviewed Guest:
Tony King
Interviewed Guest:
John Cole

Basil Brush

Series 1

Episode 13: Cousin Mortimer

Duration: 24 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Children's comedy series featuring the irrepressible fox. It seems that nobody likes Basil now that his cousin Mortimer has moved in.

Basil Brush

Series 1

Episode 11: Going for Broke

Duration: 24 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Comedy series featuring the irrepressible fox. Dave has an unexpected urge for kindness to a tramp, which reaps great rewards, but the tramp is not who he seems. Show more

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One North WestLatest broadcast: on BBC News

As Liverpool commemorates the 70th anniversary of The Battle of the Atlantic, Peter Sissons reveals how a secret command bunker in the city played a key role in winning the battle. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Peter Sissons
Executive Producer:
Tony Parker

The Syndicate

Series 3

Episode 6

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama series. It's the day of Hazelwood Manor's grand opening. Dawn is shocked to discover that Spencer was the last person to see Amy alive. Show more

Contributors

Sean McGary:
Richard Rankin
Sarah Travers:
Cara Theobold
Lord Hazelwood:
Anthony Andrews
Julie Travers:
Melanie Hill
Godfrey Watson:
Lenny Henry
Lake Workman:
Peter Toon
Dawn Stevenson:
Elizabeth Berrington
Nick Harrison:
Rob Kendrick
Spencer Cavendish:
Sam Phillips
Amy Stevenson:
Daisy Head
DI Baker:
Polly Walker
DS Houghton:
Joel Morris
Chemist:
Mark Morrell
Valerie Hardcastle:
Elaine C Smith
John Kempt:
Ian Hanmore
Laura Tearney:
Kathleen McDermott
Tyler Mitchell:
Tom Brittney
Game Show Host:
Anthony Crank
Andy Stevenson:
Kieran O'Brien
Noah Stevenson:
Bradley Johnson
Writer:
Kay Mellor
Director:
Kay Mellor
Production Company:
Rollem Productions

Genres

Taking the Flak

Episode 6: Big Beasts

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Sitcom with Martin Jarvis and Doon Mackichan. Media darling Jeremy Morrison is parachuted into Karibu to report on the ceasefire, much to David's disgust. Show more

Contributors

David Bradburn:
Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason:
Doon Mackichan
Harry Chambers:
Bruce Mackinnon
Rory Wallace:
Damian O'Hare
Joyful Sifuri:
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Margaret Hollis:
Joanna Brookes
Alexander:
Harry Lloyd
Jeremy Morrison:
Rhashan Stone
Samantha:
Lucy Chalkley
Herself:
Sonali Shah
Writer:
Jon Rolph
Producer:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Adam Miller

Taking the Flak

Episode 7: Enter the Lion

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Sitcom with Martin Jarvis and Doon Mackichan. It's a new democratic dawn for a war-torn country as the exiled 'Lion Queen of Karibu' returns to a heroine's welcome. Show more

Contributors

David Bradburn:
Martin Jarvis
Jane Thomason:
Doon Mackichan
Harry Chambers:
Bruce Mackinnon
Rory Wallace:
Damian O'Hare
Joyful Sifuri:
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Margaret Hollis:
Joanna Brookes
Alexander:
Harry Lloyd
Samantha:
Lucy Chalkley
Herself:
Jennie Bond
Newsreader:
Peter Sissons
Writer:
Jon Rolph
Producer:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Jon Rolph
Director:
Adam Miller