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Psychoville

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Comedy thriller series. The past catches up with five seemingly unconnected characters, including a telekinetic pantomime dwarf, as they go about their darkly comic lives. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One SouthLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who becomes prime minister. The country rebels against Ros when she introduces a one-day-a-week car ban. Emily moves back to No 10.

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Hilary Rees-Benson:
Geraldine James
Sir Richard Leavis:
Jonathan Aris
Dorothy Crowther:
Selina Cadell
Ben Sixsmith:
Tom Mison
Meg Bayliss:
Sally Phillips
Liz Shannon:
Meera Syal
Beverley Clarke:
Siobhan Finneran
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown
Kitty Porter:
Frances Tomelty
Paul Critchley:
Robert Portal
Assistant:
Rebekah Staton
Reporter:
Fred Perry
Himself:
Simon McCoy
Egg Pelter Woman:
Tara Ellis
Highbury Woman:
Catherine Kanter
Bloke 1:
Ged Forrest

Loose Ends

Clive Anderson, Scottee, Rafe Spall, Tom Allen, Janet McTeer, Charlotte Cooper, Tindersticks, Vieux Farka Toure

Duration: 45 minutes

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

Clive Anderson and Scottee are joined by Rafe Spall, Janet McTeer, Tom Allen and Charlotte Cooper for conversation and comedy. With music from Tindersticks and Vieux Farka Toure. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Clive Anderson
Interviewed Guest:
Rafe Spall
Interviewed Guest:
Janet McTeer
Interviewed Guest:
Charlotte Cooper

Five Days

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

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

Thriller series which tracks five 24-hour periods following the abduction of a young mother. Leanne Wellings disappears while picking flowers, and the police are baffled. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who stands for election as PM. Ros's first few days in office are a whirlwind of meetings which leave her family feeling neglected.

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown
Hilary Rees-Benson:
Geraldine James
Dorothy Crowther:
Selina Cadell
Beverley Clarke:
Siobhan Finneran
Liz Shannon:
Meera Syal

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One SouthLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who becomes the prime minister. Ros decides to sell off Westminster and set up parliament in Bradford. Georgina gets a boyfriend.

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Hilary Rees-Benson:
Geraldine James
Dorothy Crowther:
Selina Cadell
Sir Richard Leavis:
Jonathan Aris
Ben Sixsmith:
Tom Mison
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown

Duration: 2 hours

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

Adaptation of Shakespeare's pastoral comedy set in 19th-century Japan, telling the story of Orlando and Rosalind's expulsion from the Court of Duke Frederick.

Contributors

Oliver de Boys:
Adrian Lester
Touchstone:
Alfred Molina
Duke Senior / Duke Frederick:
Brian Blessed
Orlando de Boys:
David Oyelowo

Parade's End

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

While Sylvia and Christopher are reunited publicly, their relationship remains turbulent in private. Christopher is torn between his marriage vows and his feelings for Valentine. Show more

Contributors

Christopher Tietjens:
Benedict Cumberbatch
Sylvia Tietjens:
Rebecca Hall
General Campion:
Roger Allam
Valentine Wannop:
Adelaide Clemens
Father Consett:
Ned Dennehy
Edith Duchemin:
Anne-Marie Duff
Mark Tietjens:
Rupert Everett
Edward Wannop:
Freddie Fox
Macmaster:
Stephen Graham
Lady Claudine:
Clare Higgins
Tietjens Senior:
Alan Howard
Sir Reginald:
Denis Lawson
Waterhouse:
Tim McMullan
Mrs. Satterthwaite:
Janet McTeer
Potty Perowne:
Tom Mison
Brownlie:
Jamie Parker
Reverend Duchemin:
Rufus Sewell
Bobbie Pelham:
Anna Skellern
Glorvina:
Sasha Waddell
Reverend - Effie's Husband:
Christopher Bowen
Mary Richardson:
Letty Butler
Westershire:
Timothy Carlton
Hotel Husband:
Gilly Gilchrist
Critic at Macmasters Flat:
Jurgen Delnaet
Hotel Wife:
Kathryn Howden
Michaelangelo Woman:
Siobhan Hewlett
Commissionaire:
Michael Fitzgerald
Hullo Central (Evie):
Lucinda Raikes
Michael (4 yrs old):
Misha Handley
Producer:
David Parfitt
Director:
Susanna White

Genres

Parade's End

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Aristocrats Christopher and Sylvia Tietjens are unhappily married. Despite their troubles he is determined to stay faithful, until he meets suffragette Valentine Wannop. Show more

Contributors

Christopher Tietjens:
Benedict Cumberbatch
Sylvia Tietjens:
Rebecca Hall
General Campion:
Roger Allam
Valentine Wannop:
Adelaide Clemens
Bertram:
Jonathan Coy
Father Consett:
Ned Dennehy
Edith Duchemin:
Anne-Marie Duff
Mark Tietjens:
Rupert Everett
Macmaster:
Stephen Graham
Lady Claudine:
Clare Higgins
Tietjens Senior:
Alan Howard
Gerald Drake:
Jack Huston
Sir Reginald:
Denis Lawson
Waterhouse:
Tim McMullan
Mrs. Satterthwaite:
Janet McTeer
Potty Perowne:
Tom Mison
Hullo Central (Evie):
Lucinda Raikes
Reverend Duchemin:
Rufus Sewell
Bobbie Pelham:
Anna Skellern
Glorvina:
Sasha Waddell
Michael (4 yrs old):
Misha Handley
Bridget:
Tessa Parr
Johnny Pelham:
Garrett Moore
Lord Beichen:
Leslie de Gruyter
Capitaine Thurston:
Pierre Van Heddegem
Policeman:
Howard Ward
Reverend Horsley:
Michael Mears
Producer:
David Parfitt
Director:
Susanna White

Genres

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Dramatisation of Jane Austen's novel. The Dashwoods start a new life in Devonshire where, one of the sisters, Marianne, quickly finds she has suitors to choose from. Show more

Contributors

Elinor Dashwood:
Hattie Morahan
Mrs. Dashwood:
Janet McTeer
Colonel Brandon:
David Morrissey
Willoughby:
Dominic Cooper
Fanny Dashwood:
Claire Skinner
Edward Ferrars:
Dan Stevens
Marianne Dashwood:
Charity Wakefield
Thomas:
Roy Holder
Lady Middleton:
Rosanna Lavelle

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Marianne and Willougby find themselves falling in love while Colonel Brandon is away on business. Eleanor receives a visit from Edward, but his odd behaviour leaves her unassured. Show more

Contributors

Elinor Dashwood:
Hattie Morahan
Mrs Dashwood:
Janet McTeer
Colonel Brandon:
David Morrissey
Mrs Jennings:
Linda Bassett
Willoughby:
Dominic Cooper
Fanny Dashwood:
Claire Skinner
Edward Ferrars:
Dan Stevens
Marianne Dashwood:
Charity Wakefield
Sir John Middleton:
Mark Williams
Mr. Palmer:
Tim McMullan

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Dramatisation of Jane Austen's novel. Marianne learns the full extent of Willoughby's betrayal and wrongdoing from Brandon and the shock causes her health to deteriorate. Show more

Contributors

Elinor Dashwood:
Hattie Morahan
Mrs. Dashwood:
Janet McTeer
Colonel Brandon:
David Morrissey
Mrs. Jennings:
Linda Bassett
Willoughby:
Dominic Cooper
Fanny Dashwood:
Claire Skinner
Producer:
Anne Pivcevic
Edward Ferrars:
Dan Stevens
Marianne Dashwood:
Charity Wakefield
Duel Doctor:
Ray Gardner
Lucy Steele:
Anna Madeley

Duration: 1 hour, 14 minutes

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

In Paris in 1916, writer Marcel Proust becomes fascinated by a string quartet's viola player, who is a wounded serviceman home from the front. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who stands for election. After winning over the Shadow Health Minister, thoughts of becoming Prime Minister enter Ros Pritchard's head.

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One SouthLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who becomes the prime minister. Twelve months into Ros's new career, a plane crashes over East London.

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Beverley Clarke:
Siobhan Finneran
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One SouthLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series about a supermarket manager who becomes prime minister. Will Ros keep her promise to never lie to the people, or cover up her husband's secret and keep her job?

Contributors

Ros Pritchard:
Jane Horrocks
Ian Pritchard:
Steven Mackintosh
Miranda Lennox:
Jodhi May
Catherine Walker:
Janet McTeer
Beverley Clarke:
Siobhan Finneran
Emily Pritchard:
Carey Mulligan
Georgina Pritchard:
Jemma McKenzie-Brown

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Period drama. Industrious but introverted Albert hides a secret from the world, especially his fellow staff at a Dublin hotel. Show more

The Honourable Woman

Episode 4: The Ribbon Cutter

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama series. Going back eight years, a younger Hayden-Hoyle climbs the ranks of MI6 whilst Nessa and Atika endure atrocities as captives in Gaza. Show more

Contributors

Nessa Stein:
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Saleh Al-Zahid:
Philip Arditti
Atika Halabi:
Lubna Azabal
Monica Chatwin:
Eve Best
Ephra Stein:
Andrew Buchan
Anjelica Hayden-Hoyle:
Lindsay Duncan
Dame Julia Walsh:
Janet McTeer
Shlomo Zahary:
Igal Naor
Rachel Stein:
Katherine Parkinson
Sir Hugh Hayden-Hoyle:
Stephen Rea
Accordion:
Claudio Allodi
Education Minister:
Omar Azzouzi
Principal's Associate:
Rachid Berrada
Israeli Soldier:
Atticus Blick
University Principal:
Hassan El Guenouni
Ernest Blakefield:
Julian Firth
Magdi Muraji:
George Georgiou
Dinner Party Guest:
Michael Hadley
Daniel Borgoraz:
Paul Herzberg
Ephra's Office Assistant:
Kemi-Bo Jacobs
British News Reporter:
Jasper Jacob
Senior Education Minister:
Sam Kanater
Zahid Al-Zahid:
Nasser Memarzia
Violinist:
Maurice Meyer
Naming Ceremony Singer:
Sef Naaktgeboren
American News Reporter:
Patrick Poletti
British News Reporter:
Liza Sadovy
Female Palestinian Driver:
Malika Sayed
Dinner Party Guest:
Gregor Truter
Writer:
Hugo Blick
Producer:
Abi Bach
Producer:
Hugo Blick
Executive Producer:
Greg Brenman
Director:
Hugo Blick

The Honourable Woman

Episode 5: Two Hearts

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama series about a woman involved in the peace process in the Middle East. As Atika and Nessa remain in captivity, the secret that will bond them forever is revealed. Show more

Contributors

Nessa Stein:
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Atika Halabi:
Lubna Azabal
Monica Chatwin:
Eve Best
Ephra Stein:
Andrew Buchan
Dame Julia Walsh:
Janet McTeer
Shlomo Zahary:
Igal Naor
Frances Pirsig:
Genevieve O'Reilly
Rachel Stein:
Katherine Parkinson
Sir Hugh Hayden-Hoyle:
Stephen Rea
Samir Altif:
Imad Edderaj
Shimon Ben Reuven:
Uriel Emil
Kidma Admissions Officer:
Shani Erez
Hannah Stein:
Reeve Fletcher
Security Guard:
Yassen Hassan
Daniel Borgoraz:
Paul Herzberg
Max Boorman:
Martin Hutson
Aron Yavin:
Richard Katz
Yaniv Levi:
Jacob Krichefski
Mazel Stein:
Nicole Lopes
Caleb Schwako:
John Mackay
Zahid Al-Zahid:
Nasser Memarzia
Kidma Uni Principal:
Eric Meyers
Jalal El-Amin:
Raad Rawi
Listening Room Man:
Yaron Shavit
Judah Ben-Shahar:
Nicholas Woodeson
Writer:
Hugo Blick
Producer:
Abi Bach
Producer:
Hugo Blick
Executive Producer:
Greg Brenman
Director:
Hugo Blick