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The Woman in White

Series 1

Episode 4

Duration: 56 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Period drama. Count Fosco and Sir Percival's plan is set into motion with tragic results. Marian and Walter make a horrifying discovery whilst seeking justice for Laura. Show more

Contributors

Marian Halcombe:
Jessie Buckley
Walter Hartright:
Ben Hardy
Laura Fairlie:
Olivia Vinall
Erasmus Nash:
Art Malik
Mrs Michelson:
Vicki Pepperdine
Mrs Vesey:
Joanna Scanlan
Mrs Clements:
Ruth Sheen
Madam Fosco:
Sonya Cassidy
Sir Percival Glyde:
Dougray Scott
Count Fosco:
Riccardo Scamarcio
Mr Fairlie:
Charles Dance
Margaret:
Carla Bryson
Mr Merriman:
Tony Flynn
Mr Dawson:
BJ Hogg
Mrs Hartright:
Cathy Belton
Gentleman:
Paul Kennedy
Man from Manchester:
Barry McKiernan
Executive Producer:
David M Thompson
Producer:
Sarah Curtis
Director:
Carl Tibbetts
Executive Producer:
Joanie Blaikie
Executive Producer:
Mona Qureshi
Production Company:
Origin Pictures

Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Sweet comedy set in a small town in Northern Ireland. Show more

Contributors

Annie McNabb:
Michelle Fairley
Mute McGill:
Clive Russell
Kathleen Duffy:
Marie Jones
Paul Duffy:
Paul Kennedy
PJ Johnson:
Adam Best
Director:
Colin McIvor

Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)Latest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Two men (Liam Neeson and James Nesbitt) must come to terms with their past if they are to face the future in a powerful drama exploring the legacy of violence in Northern Ireland.

Contributors

Alistair:
Liam Neeson
Young Alistair:
Mark Davison
Alistair's Mum:
Niamh Cusack
Alistair's Chauffeur:
Richard Orr
Sound Recordist:
Paul Kennedy
Landlord:
Lalor Roddy
Stephanie:
Stella McCusker
Young Alistair:
Mark Ryder

Genres

Formats

Duration: 1 hour, 26 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Drama about three teenagers who go on a wild weekend of drink, drugs, shop-lifting and stealing cars that quickly spins beyond their control.

Genres

Formats

Duration: 1 hour, 29 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

World War I drama based on a true story. An army captain discovers a printing press in the ruins of Ypres, Belgium, in 1916, and decides to publish a satirical magazine. Show more

Contributors

Fred Roberts:
Ben Chaplin
Jack Pearson:
Julian Rhind-Tutt
General Mitford:
Michael Palin
Lieutnant Colonel Howfield:
Ben Daniels
Kate Roberts:
Emilia Fox
Harris:
Steve Oram
Henderson:
Jarrod Cooke
Smith:
Colin Ash
Winston Churchill:
Paul Kennedy
Field Nurse:
Emma Little
Chaplain:
Faolan Morgan
Writer:
Ian Hislop
Producer:
David Parfitt

Death and Nightingales

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

A riveting story of love, betrayal and revenge. On the day of her 23rd birthday, Beth hopes to escape home. But with the day fast approaching, can she can hold her nerve? Show more

Contributors

Billy Winters:
Matthew Rhys
Beth Winters:
Ann Skelly
Liam Ward:
Jamie Dornan
Catherine Winters:
Valene Kane
Mercy Boyle:
Charlene McKenna
Mickey Dolphin:
Francis Magee
Bishop Donnelly:
Sean McGinley
Frank Blessing:
Martin McCann
Dummy McGonnell:
Michael Smiley
Jim Rutledge:
Des McAleer
Gerry Boyle:
Ciaran Flynn
Young Beth:
Aoibheann Mullan
CI Joseph Quinn:
Paul Kennedy
Constable Shanley:
Eugene O'Hare
Maurice Fairbrother:
Pip Torrens
Gary Pringle:
Conor MacNeill
Tommy Martin:
Frankie McCafferty
Production Coordinator:
Laura Sheerin
Second Assistant Director:
Stephen Darragh
Script Supervisor:
Xenia Taylor
Dialogue Coach:
Brendan Gunn
Location Manager:
Andrew Wilson
Unit Manager:
Gavin Kelly
Still photographer:
Christopher Barr
Still photographer:
Teddy Cavendish
Focus Puller:
Andy Gardner
Key Grip:
Ben Moseley
Boom Operator:
James Atkinson
Art Director:
John Merry
Art Director:
Megan McCrea
Costume Supervisor:
Ian Foweraker
Hairdresser:
Caroline Daye
Makeup Artist:
Caroline Daye
Hairdresser:
Cat Coogan
Makeup Artist:
Cat Coogan
Special Effects Supervisor:
Graham Hills
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophia McKeever
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophie Alexander
Assistant Editor:
Jenny Houston
Assistant Editor:
Kate McAuley
Colourist:
Gary Curran
On-line editing:
Jonny Fetherston
Re-recording mixer:
Paul Maynes
Sound Mixer:
Marty Harrison
Assistant Director:
Mark Hedges
Costume designer:
Hazel Webb Crozier
Make-up Designer:
Nadia Reid
Composer:
David Holmes
Composer:
Gerry Diver
Line Producer:
Stacey Quigley
Casting:
Julie Harkin
Production Designer:
Gillian Devenney
Director of photography:
Stephen Murphy
Associate Producer:
Matthew Rhys
Associate Producer:
Jamie Dornan
Executive Producer:
Tommy Bulfin
Executive Producer:
Allan Cubitt
Executive Producer:
Phil Robertson
Executive Producer:
James Mitchell
Special thanks:
Margot McCabe

Death and Nightingales

Series 1

Episode 2

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

A riveting story of love, betrayal and revenge. Beth puts her plan to run away with Liam into action but a suspicious and very drunk Billy questions Beth. Show more

Contributors

Special thanks:
Margot McCabe
Billy Winters:
Matthew Rhys
Beth Winters:
Ann Skelly
Liam Ward:
Jamie Dornan
Catherine Winters:
Valene Kane
Mercy Boyle:
Charlene McKenna
Mickey Dolphin:
Francis Magee
Bishop Donnelly:
Sean McGinley
Frank Blessing:
Martin McCann
Dummy McGonnell:
Michael Smiley
Jim Rutledge:
Des McAleer
Gerry Boyle:
Ciaran Flynn
Young Beth:
Aoibheann Mullan
CI Joseph Quinn:
Paul Kennedy
Constable Shanley:
Eugene O'Hare
Maurice Fairbrother:
Pip Torrens
Gary Pringle:
Conor MacNeill
Tommy Martin:
Frankie McCafferty
Production Coordinator:
Laura Sheerin
Second Assistant Director:
Stephen Darragh
Script Supervisor:
Xenia Taylor
Dialogue Coach:
Brendan Gunn
Location Manager:
Andrew Wilson
Unit Manager:
Gavin Kelly
Still photographer:
Christopher Barr
Still photographer:
Teddy Cavendish
Focus Puller:
Andy Gardner
Key Grip:
Ben Moseley
Boom Operator:
James Atkinson
Art Director:
John Merry
Art Director:
Megan McCrea
Costume Supervisor:
Ian Foweraker
Hairdresser:
Caroline Daye
Makeup Artist:
Caroline Daye
Hairdresser:
Cat Coogan
Makeup Artist:
Cat Coogan
Special Effects Supervisor:
Graham Hills
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophia McKeever
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophie Alexander
Assistant Editor:
Jenny Houston
Assistant Editor:
Kate McAuley
Colourist:
Gary Curran
On-line editing:
Jonny Fetherston
Re-recording mixer:
Paul Maynes
Sound Mixer:
Marty Harrison
Assistant Director:
Mark Hedges
Costume designer:
Hazel Webb Crozier
Make-up Designer:
Nadia Reid
Composer:
David Holmes
Composer:
Gerry Diver
Line Producer:
Stacey Quigley
Casting:
Julie Harkin
Production Designer:
Gillian Devenney
Director of photography:
Stephen Murphy
Associate Producer:
Matthew Rhys
Associate Producer:
Jamie Dornan
Executive Producer:
Tommy Bulfin
Executive Producer:
Allan Cubitt
Executive Producer:
Phil Robertson
Executive Producer:
James Mitchell

Death and Nightingales

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

A riveting story of love, betrayal and revenge. Planning on eloping with Ward, Beth steals Billy's gold and leaves. The Dummy stops her and issues a dire warning. Show more

Contributors

Billy Winters:
Matthew Rhys
Beth Winters:
Ann Skelly
Liam Ward:
Jamie Dornan
Catherine Winters:
Valene Kane
Mercy Boyle:
Charlene McKenna
Mickey Dolphin:
Francis Magee
Bishop Donnelly:
Sean McGinley
Frank Blessing:
Martin McCann
Dummy McGonnell:
Michael Smiley
Jim Rutledge:
Des McAleer
Gerry Boyle:
Ciaran Flynn
Young Beth:
Aoibheann Mullan
CI Joseph Quinn:
Paul Kennedy
Constable Shanley:
Eugene O'Hare
Maurice Fairbrother:
Pip Torrens
Gary Pringle:
Conor MacNeill
Tommy Martin:
Frankie McCafferty
Production Coordinator:
Laura Sheerin
Second Assistant Director:
Stephen Darragh
Script Supervisor:
Xenia Taylor
Dialogue Coach:
Brendan Gunn
Location Manager:
Andrew Wilson
Unit Manager:
Gavin Kelly
Still photographer:
Christopher Barr
Still photographer:
Teddy Cavendish
Focus Puller:
Andy Gardner
Key Grip:
Ben Moseley
Boom Operator:
James Atkinson
Art Director:
John Merry
Art Director:
Megan McCrea
Costume Supervisor:
Ian Foweraker
Hairdresser:
Caroline Daye
Makeup Artist:
Caroline Daye
Hairdresser:
Cat Coogan
Makeup Artist:
Cat Coogan
Special Effects Supervisor:
Graham Hills
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophia McKeever
Post-Production Supervisor:
Sophie Alexander
Assistant Editor:
Jenny Houston
Assistant Editor:
Kate McAuley
Colourist:
Gary Curran
On-line editing:
Jonny Fetherston
Re-recording mixer:
Paul Maynes
Sound Mixer:
Marty Harrison
Assistant Director:
Mark Hedges
Costume designer:
Hazel Webb Crozier
Make-up Designer:
Nadia Reid
Composer:
David Holmes
Composer:
Gerry Diver
Line Producer:
Stacey Quigley
Casting:
Julie Harkin
Production Designer:
Gillian Devenney
Director of photography:
Stephen Murphy
Associate Producer:
Matthew Rhys
Associate Producer:
Jamie Dornan
Executive Producer:
Tommy Bulfin
Executive Producer:
Allan Cubitt
Executive Producer:
Phil Robertson
Executive Producer:
James Mitchell
Special thanks:
Margot McCabe

Drama

Roddy Doyle - Not Just for Christmas

Duration: 45 minutes

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

4 Extra Debut. Estranged brothers Danny and Jimmy are about to meet for the first time in 20 years. Stars Simon Delaney and Michael McElhatton. Show more

Contributors

Billy Dunne:
Miche Doherty
Billy Dunne's Girlfriend:
Deirdre O'Kane
Teen Danny:
Sam Keeley
Teen Jimmy:
Donal Gallery
Young Jimmy:
Scott Graham

Genres

Brand

Drama

Come Home

Series 1

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama. As Greg and Brenna settle into domesticity, Marie tries to navigate life without her kids but is forced to face up to living a lie. Show more

The Fall

Series 2

Episode 6

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 11 months

With Paul Spector in custody, DSI Gibson desperately searches for clues to help find Rose Stagg. However, Spector does all he can to thwart her, locking them into a deadly duel.

Contributors

Stella Gibson:
Gillian Anderson
Paul Spector:
Jamie Dornan
Tom Anderson:
Colin Morgan
Sally Ann Spector:
Bronagh Waugh
Katie Benedetto:
Aisling Franciosi
James Tyler:
Brian Milligan
Liz Tyler:
Seainin Brennan
Matt Eastwood:
Stuart Graham
Gail McNally:
Bronagh Taggart
Rose Stagg:
Valene Kane
Danielle Ferrington:
Niamh McGrady
Jim Burns:
John Lynch
Ged Green:
Tim Loane
Custody Sergeant:
Vincent Walsh
Tom Stagg:
Jonjo O'Neill
Neighbour:
Ivan Little
Ned Callan:
Nick Lee
Rick Turner:
Richard Clements
Stephen Jennings:
Paul Kennedy
Forensic Scientist:
Lisa Duffy
Emer Taylor:
Roisin Gallagher
Olivia Spector:
Sarah Beattie
Christina Larkin:
Claire Rafferty
Daisy Drake:
Tara Lee
Hagstrom:
Kelly Gough
Mitchell:
Ruairi Tohill
Director:
Allan Cubitt
Producer:
Gub Neal

The Fall

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Available for 11 months

Crime drama series set in Northern Ireland. When a murder in Belfast remains unsolved after 28 days, DSI Stella Gibson is called in to review the case.

Contributors

Producer:
Gub Neal
Stella Gibson:
Gillian Anderson
Paul Spector:
Jamie Dornan
Sarah Kay:
Laura Donnelly
Sally Ann Spector:
Bronagh Waugh
James Olson:
Ben Peel
Rob Breedlove:
Michael McElhatton
Danielle Ferrington:
Niamh McGrady
Garrett Brink :
Frank McCusker
Jim Burns:
John Lynch
Kevin McSwain:
Gerard McCarthy
Brian Stone:
Gerard Jordan
Liam Spector:
David Beattie
Olivia Spector:
Sarah Beattie
Liz Tyler:
Seainin Brennan
James Tyler:
Brian Milligan
Jerry McElroy :
Simon Delaney
Alice Monroe :
Gemma McCorry
Marion Kay:
Lisa Hogg
Joan Jennings :
Joanne Crawford
Stephen Jennings:
Paul Kennedy
Annie Brawley :
Karen Hassen
Mary McCurdy:
Siobhan McSweeney
Glen Martin:
Emmett Scanlan
Ned Callan:
Nick Lee

The Fall

Series 2

Episode 4

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 11 months

As Gibson recovers from her close encounter with the 'Belfast Strangler', a shocking revelation proves how terrifyingly manipulative Paul Spector can be.

Contributors

Stella Gibson:
Gillian Anderson
Paul Spector:
Jamie Dornan
Tom Anderson:
Colin Morgan
Sally Ann Spector:
Bronagh Waugh
Katie Benedetto:
Aisling Franciosi
Glen Martin:
Emmett J Scanlan
Gail McNally:
Bronagh Taggart
James Tyler:
Brian Milligan
Liz Tyler:
Seainin Brennan
Annie Brawley:
Karen Hassan
Matt Eastwood:
Stuart Graham
Tom Stagg:
Jonjo O'Neill
Danielle Ferrington:
Niamh McGrady
Jim Burns:
John Lynch
Reed Smith:
Archie Panjabi
Rick Turner:
Richard Clements
Ged Green:
Tim Loane
Daisy Drake:
Tara Lee
Olivia Spector:
Sarah Beattie
Liam Spector:
David Beattie
Xray 1:
Dan Gordon
Hagstrom:
Kelly Gough
Brian Stone:
Gerard Jordan
Crime Scene Manager:
Paul Caddell
Bill Nash:
Chris Corrigan
Stephen Jennings:
Paul Kennedy
Control:
Orla Mullan
Director:
Allan Cubitt
Producer:
Gub Neal

The Fall

Series 2

Episode 5

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Available for 11 months

As the investigation tightens around Paul Spector, he makes a bold break for cover. However, his recklessness is finally catching up with him, leading to deadly consequences.

Contributors

Stella Gibson:
Gillian Anderson
Paul Spector:
Jamie Dornan
Tom Anderson:
Colin Morgan
Sally Ann Spector:
Bronagh Waugh
Katie Benedetto:
Aisling Franciosi
Rose Stagg:
Valene Kane
Danielle Ferrington:
Niamh McGrady
Glen Martin:
Emmett J Scanlan
Gail McNally:
Bronagh Taggart
James Tyler:
Brian Milligan
Matt Eastwood:
Stuart Graham
Father Jensen:
Sean McGinley
Jim Burns:
John Lynch
Reed Smith:
Archie Panjabi
Rick Turner:
Richard Clements
Ged Green:
Tim Loane
Control:
Orla Mullan
Christina Larkin:
Claire Rafferty
Daisy Drake:
Tara Lee
Xray 1:
Dan Gordon
Hagstrom:
Kelly Gough
Mitchell:
Ruairi Tohill
Bill Nash:
Chris Corrigan
Brian Stone:
Gerard Jordan
Forensic Scientist:
Lisa Duffy
Stephen Jennings:
Paul Kennedy
CC Goodall:
Julia Dearden
Olivia Spector:
Sarah Beattie
Custody Sergeant:
Vincent Walsh
Director:
Allan Cubitt
Producer:
Gub Neal