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Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

The tale of an unlikely friendship between Bruno (Asa Butterfield), the son of a Nazi commandant, and Shmuel (Jack Scanlon), a Jewish boy held captive in a concentration camp. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 54 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Northern Ireland HD

Available for 4 months

A small-town vlogger tries to uncover the truth behind her best friend's sudden disappearance. Show more

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Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

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

Available for 2 months

Period drama starring Emily Blunt. After a confined childhood, Princess Victoria faces a fight to become queen, then is caught between the schemes of men out to steer her rule. Show more

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Queen Victoria:
Emily Blunt
Prince Albert:
Rupert Friend
Lord Melbourne:
Paul Bettany
Duchess of Kent:
Miranda Richardson
King William:
Jim Broadbent
King Leopold:
Thomas Kretschmann
Sir John Conroy:
Mark Strong
Baron Stockmar:
Jesper Christensen
Queen Adelaide:
Harriet Walter
Baroness Lehzen:
Jeanette Hain
Duke of Wellington:
Julian Glover
Sir Robert Peel:
Michael Maloney
Duchess of Sutherland:
Rachael Stirling
Man on Soap Box:
Tom Brooke
Whig Member:
David Robb
Charles Kemble:
Malcolm Sinclair
Marchioness of Hastings:
Julia St John

Duration: 1 hour, 40 minutes

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

Heart-warming drama. A widow (Joan Plowright) meets a young writer, who becomes her surrogate grandson. She wants to retain some independence, while he seeks inspiration. Show more

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Mrs Palfrey:
Joan Plowright
Ludovic Meyer:
Rupert Friend
Mrs Arbuthnot:
Anna Massey
Gwendolyn:
Zoe Tapper
Mr Osborne:
Robert Lang
Mrs Post:
Marcia Warren
Mrs Burton:
Georgina Hale
Mrs De Salis:
Millicent Martin
Mrs Meyer:
Clare Higgins
Violet:
Emma Pike
Summers, The Doorman:
Timothy Bateson
Director:
Dan Ireland
Writer:
Ruth Sacks

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