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Duration: 1 hour, 50 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Adaptation of Douglas Adams's cult sci-fi comedy novel. Escaping the Earth's destruction, Arthur (Martin Freeman) embarks on a galactic journey in search of the meaning of life. Show more


The Whale (voice):
Bill Bailey
Arthur Dent:
Martin Freeman
Narrator/The Guide (voice):
Stephen Fry
Zaphod Beeblebrox:
Sam Rockwell
Ford Prefect:
Mos Def
Humma Kavula:
John Malkovich
Questular Rontok:
Anna Chancellor
Jeltz (voice):
Richard Griffiths
Ghostly Image:
Simon Jones
Marvin (voice):
Alan Rickman
Gary Barber

Duration: 1 hour, 32 minutes

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

Children's fantasy. A little boy feels isolated when his family moves from California to Scotland, but soon finds friendship and adventure with a young vampire boy. Show more


Tony Thompson:
Jonathan Lipnicki
Frederick Sackville-Bragg:
Richard E. Grant
Jim Carter
Freda Sackville-Bragg:
Alice Krige
Dottie Thompson:
Pamela Gidley
Bob Thompson:
Tommy Hinkley
Anna Sackville-Bragg:
Anna Popplewell
Gregory Sackville-Bragg:
Dean Cook
Rudolph Sackville-Bragg:
Rollo Weeks
Lord McAshton:
John Wood
Von Sackville-Bragg:
Ed Stoppard
Uli Edel

Duration: 1 hour, 19 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

Animated animal caper. A scheming raccoon (Bruce Willis) fools a mismatched family of forest creatures into invading the new suburban sprawl that popped up while they were asleep. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 18 minutes

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

Award-winning animation about a band of hens desperate to escape a life of egg-laying on a chicken farm. With the voices of Mel Gibson, Julia Sawalha and Miranda Richardson. Show more


Peter Lord
Nick Park
Peter Lord
Nick Park
John Powell
Director of photography:
Tristan Oliver
Director of photography:
Frank Passingham