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A Life on Screen

Julie Walters

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Documentary telling the story behind the success of Julie Walters. Includes interviews with Victoria Wood, Celia Imrie, Rupert Grint, Alan Bleasdale and Willy Russell. Show more

Contributors

Participant:
Julie Walters
Participant:
Victoria Wood
Participant:
Celia Imrie
Participant:
Rupert Grint
Participant:
Alan Bleasdale
Participant:
Willy Russell
Participant:
Gary Lewis
Participant:
Hugh Bonneville
Executive Producer:
Katherine Allen
Executive Producer:
Clare Brown

Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC One Cambridgeshire

Drama based on the life and letters of Jane Austen. Approaching her fortieth birthday, Jane appears happily unmarried, until she reflects on previous suitors and life choices. Show more

The Graham Norton Show

Series 14

Episode 16

Duration: 45 minutes

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

Graham Norton continues his chat show, with guests including stars from the new movie The Monuments Men - Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Hugh Bonneville. And Paloma Faith performs. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Graham Norton
Interviewed Guest:
Matt Damon
Interviewed Guest:
Bill Murray
Interviewed Guest:
Hugh Bonneville
Performer:
Paloma Faith
Series Producer:
Jon Magnusson
Director:
Steve Smith

Timeshift

Series 14

Episode 4: Battle for the Himalayas: The Fight to Film Everest

Duration: 60 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

The story of how film-makers turned the conquest of Himalayan peaks into great propaganda by Imperial Britain, Nazi Germany and superpower America from the 1920s to the 1960s. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Steve O'Hagan
Director:
Steve O'Hagan
Executive Producer:
Michael Poole

Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Available for 3 months

In 1963, Mary Whitehouse embarked on a mission to clean up British television. This is a drama inspired by real events that brings life to the battle for Britain's morals. Show more

Contributors

Sir Hugh Carleton-Greene:
Hugh Bonneville
Mary Whitehouse:
Julie Walters
Ernest Whitehouse:
Alun Armstrong
Norah Buckland:
Georgie Glen
Rev Basil Buckland:
Timothy Davies
Paul Whitehouse:
Paul Westwood
Richard Whitehouse:
Drew Webb
Christopher Whitehouse:
Jeremy Legat
Lord Charlie Hill:
Ron Cook
David Turner:
William Beck
Harman Grisewood:
Nicholas Woodeson
Executive Producer:
Leanne Klein
Writer:
Amanda Coe

Drama on 3

The Lady from the Sea

Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 3Latest broadcast: on BBC Radio 3

A new version of Henrik Ibsen's drama in which a woman must choose between her husband and a sailor to whom she had promised herself years earlier, before she married. Show more

Contributors

Ellida Wangel:
Lia Williams

Genres

The Graham Norton Show

Series 16

Episode 9

Duration: 45 minutes

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

Chat show. Graham's guests are Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters and Hugh Bonneville. Plus music and chat from Take That, who perform These Days. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Graham Norton
Interviewed Guest:
Nicole Kidman
Interviewed Guest:
Julie Walters
Interviewed Guest:
Hugh Bonneville
Series Producer:
Jon Magnusson
Director:
Steve Smith
Executive Producer:
Graham Stuart
Production Company:
So Television

W1A

Series 1

Episode 4

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy sequel to Twenty Twelve. A national paper reveals Ian Fletcher's salary and that he took his PA at the Olympic Deliverance Commission on holiday to Italy. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Narrator:
David Tennant
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Elaine Pearson:
Elizabeth Berrington
Mark Stephenson:
Justin Edwards
Journalist:
Matt Addis
Indira Sahni:
Amani Johara
Director:
John Morton

Brand

W1A

Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Scotland

Available for 5 months

Madcap family caper that sees the Muppets set out on a European tour, little knowing that Kermit has been replaced by a criminal doppelganger. Show more

Contributors

Dominic Badguy:
Ricky Gervais
Jean Pierre Napoleon:
Ty Burrell
Nadya:
Tina Fey
Irish Journalist:
Hugh Bonneville
Berliner #2:
William Brand
Himself:
Tony Bennett
Prison King:
Jemaine Clement
Berliner #1:
Kenneth Collard
Himself:
Sean Combs
First AD:
Rob Corddry
Prado Museum Guard #1:
Mackenzie Crook
The Great Escapo:
Tom Hiddleston
Director:
James Bobin

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 4: The Rapper

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Comedy series. Siobhan's team design a major sexual health campaign, complete with a rap song Get it On, which may upset the Catholic competitors.

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Producer:
Jon Plowman
Director:
John Morton

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 3: Clarence House

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy series. The future of the Olympic Stadium is decided, and is 'Jubilympics' the best branding solution for linking the Games with the Queen's Diamond Jubilee? Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 5: Catastrophisation

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Comedy series. Thirty two days to go, and it emerges that someone has been caught converting official Olympic starting pistols to fire live rounds. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Series Producer:
Paul Schlesinger
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman
Dave Mills:
Glen Davies
Rachel Crane:
Robin Weaver
Coco lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Brian McLoughlin:
Frankie McCafferty
Scott Coldwell:
Martin McDougall
Ryan Burr:
Bentley Kalu
Security Guard:
Jane Whittenshaw

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 6: Inclusivity Day

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Comedy series. Having been shot in the foot with a doctored starting pistol, head of deliverance Ian Fletcher discovers that he is also shortly to be without a PA. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Series Producer:
Paul Schlesinger
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman
Reporter - Sam:
Simon Wilson
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Carey Taylor:
Jessica Knappett
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Tony Griffiths:
Nicholas Jones

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 7: Loose Ends

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy series. Ten days left before the Deliverance Team hands over to the Live Team, and newly divorced and soon to be redundant Ian must decide what to do about Sally. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
As himself:
Aled Jones
Kevin Thingie:
Martin Marquez

W1A

Series 2

Episode 4

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Award-winning comedy about the BBC. David needs to flesh out the programme idea behind One Big Family. And Lucy has been persuaded to take on a new job as head of Inclusivity. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Narrator:
David Tennant
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Azia Zamani:
Shelley Conn
Sadiq Iqbal:
Amit Shah
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

Brand

W1A

Duration: 1 hour, 49 minutes

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

Abruptly paralysed and reliant on a mechanical respirator, Robin Cavendish believes his life is over, but his wife Diana it determined to improve his prospects - even if it kills him. Show more

Contributors

Robin Cavendish:
Andrew Garfield
Diana Cavendish:
Claire Foy
Jonathan Cavendish:
Dean-Charles Chapman
Bloggs Blacker / David Blacker:
Tom Hollander
Teddy Hall:
Hugh Bonneville
Colin Campbell:
Ed Speleers
Dr Clement Aitken:
Stephen Mangan
Dr Entwistle:
Jonathan Hyde
Dr Khan:
Amit Shah
Lady Neville:
Diana Rigg
Nurse Margaret:
Emily Bevan
Director:
Andy Serkis

Genres

Formats

Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on CBBC HD

Paddington finds the perfect gift for Aunt Lucy's birthday, but when the gift is stolen, he becomes the prime suspect, and it is up to the Browns to prove his innocence.

Contributors

Paddington:
Ben Whishaw
Mary Brown:
Sally Hawkins
Henry Brown:
Hugh Bonneville
Phoenix Buchanan:
Hugh Grant
Knuckles McGinty:
Brendan Gleeson
Judy Brown:
Madeleine Harris
Jonathan Brown:
Samuel Joslin
Mrs Bird:
Julie Walters
Mr Gruber:
Jim Broadbent
Mr Curry:
Peter Capaldi
Director:
Paul King
Writer:
Paul King

Duration: 1 hour, 46 minutes

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

Comedy set in the 17th century about a male actor of female roles whose world is thrown into turmoil when his female dresser usurps him as the star. Show more

Contributors

Director:
Richard Eyre
Ned Kynaston:
Billy Crudup
Maria Hughes:
Claire Danes
King Charles II:
Rupert Everett
Thomas Betterton:
Tom Wilkinson
George Villiers II:
Ben Chaplin
Samuel Pepys:
Hugh Bonneville
Sir Charles Sedley:
Richard Griffiths
Sir Edward Hyde:
Edward Fox
Nell Gwynn:
Zoe Tapper

Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Available for 5 months

The story of the enduring love between novelist Iris Murdoch and her husband John Bayley, from the romance of their early days at Oxford in the 1950s to her tragic death in 1999. Show more

Contributors

Iris Murdoch:
Judi Dench
John Bayley:
Jim Broadbent
Janet Stone:
Penelope Wilton
Young John:
Hugh Bonneville
Young Iris:
Kate Winslet
Principal:
Eleanor Bron
Director:
Richard Eyre

Twenty Twelve

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Comedy series following the challenges faced by those responsible for delivering the 2012 Olympics. A huge clock is to be installed outside Tate Modern. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Shaquille Lumsden:
Marcus Onilude
Anthony Preston:
Nicholas Greaves
Journalist:
Leila Farzad
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman