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Duration: 3 hours, 14 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)

Epic dramatisation of the tragedy in which a young debutante falls in love with a brash Irishman. This film won 11 Oscars and features some incredible set-pieces. Show more

Contributors

Jack Dawson:
Leonardo DiCaprio
Rose DeWitt Bukater:
Kate Winslet
Caledon 'Cal' Hockley:
Billy Zane
Molly Brown:
Kathy Bates
Ruth DeWitt Bukater:
Frances Fisher
Brock Lovett:
Bill Paxton
Captain Edward James Smith:
Bernard Hill
Spicer Lovejoy:
David Warner
Bruce Ismay:
Jonathan Hyde
Fabrizio:
Danny Nucci
Director:
James Cameron
Old Rose:
Gloria Stuart
Thomas Andrews:
Victor Garber
Lizzy Calvert:
Suzy Amis
Fifth Officer Lowe:
Ioan Gruffudd
Master at Arms:
Ron Donachie
Sir Duff Gordon:
Martin Jarvis
Lady Duff Gordon:
Rosalind Ayres
Bert Cartmell:
Rocky Taylor
Producer:
James Cameron
Producer:
Jon Landau
Composer:
James Horner
Director of photography:
Russell Carpenter

Saturday Drama

The Browning Version

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

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

By Terence Rattigan. Buried emotions resurface, when unpopular classics master 'the Crock' is given a present on his last day at the school. Show more

Contributors

Frank Hunter:
Ioan Gruffudd
Millie Crocker-Harris:
Joanne Whalley
Andrew Crocker-Harris:
Michael York
Headmaster:
Ian Ogilvy
Peter Gilbert:
Stuart Bunce
Director:
Martin Jarvis

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

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Poignant dramatisation of the life of Oscar Wilde, leading up to the sensational trial that resulted in his ultimate downfall. Stephen Fry stars. Show more

Contributors

Oscar Wilde:
Stephen Fry
Lord Alfred 'Bosie' Douglas:
Jude Law
Lady Speranza Wilde:
Vanessa Redgrave
Constance Lloyd Wilde:
Jennifer Ehle
Marquess of Queensberry:
Tom Wilkinson
Lady Queensberry:
Gemma Jones
Lady Mount-Temple:
Judy Parfitt
Robbie Ross:
Michael Sheen
Ada Leverson:
Zoe Wanamaker
John Gray:
Ioan Gruffudd
Charles Gill:
Peter Barkworth
Vyvyan Wilde:
Laurence Owen
Alfred Wood:
Benedict Sandiford
Rent Boy:
Orlando Bloom
George Alexander:
Robin Kermode
Doorkeeper:
Arthur Whybrow
Director:
Brian Gilbert
Director of photography:
Martin Fuhrer

Duration: 1 hour, 33 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One CambridgeshireLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

In this sequel to 101 Dalmatians, Cruella de Vil is out of prison and seemingly a changed woman. But she soon returns to her old tricks. Show more

Contributors

Cruella de Vil:
Glenn Close
Jean-Pierre Le Pelt:
Gerard Depardieu
Kevin Sheperd:
Ioan Gruffudd
Chloe Simon:
Alice Evans
Waddlesworth:
Eric Idle
Detective Armstrong:
Jim Carter
Mr Button:
Ron Cook
Director:
Kevin Lima
Producer:
Patricia Carr

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Retelling of the Arthurian legend, starring Clive Owen and Keira Knightley. As the Romans leave Britain, Artorious Castus must save a Roman priest from the invading Saxons. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

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

A unique production of Dylan Thomas's famous 'play for voices' enacted by a community of Welsh performers in New York, Los Angeles, London, Cardiff and Laugharne. Show more

Contributors

Captain Cat:
Tom Jones
New York Voice:
Matthew Rhys
Laugharne Voice:
Aimee-Ffion Edwards
Drowned and Willy Nilly:
Tom Rhys Harries
Drowned and Voice:
Karl Johnson
Drowned and Evans the Death:
Iwan Rheon
Drowned and Voice:
Aneurin Barnard
Rosie Probert:
Nia Roberts
Mog Edwards:
Ioan Gruffudd
Myfanwy Price:
Kimberley Nixon
Neighbour:
Sophie Evans
Neighbour:
Melanie Walters
Rev Eli Jenkins:
Bryn Terfel
Polly Garter:
Katherine Jenkins
Mrs Ogmore Pritchard:
Charlotte Church
Mr Ogmore:
Tom Ellis
Mr Pritchard:
Aneirin Hughes
Butcher Beynon:
Robert Pugh
Mrs Beynon:
Suzanne Packer
Lily Smalls:
Eve Myles
Mae Rose Cottage:
Alexandra Roach
Nogood Boyo:
Craig Roberts
Mary Ann Sailors:
Sharon Morgan
Dai Bread:
Owen Teale
Mrs Dai Bread One:
Di Botcher
Mrs Dai Bread Two:
Sian Thomas
Sinbad Sailors:
Jon Tregenna
Director:
Pip Broughton
Executive Producer:
Bethan Jones