18th-century drama based on the tumultuous life of the duchess of Devonshire, a bright, popular aristocrat who is trapped in a failed marriage and has to face personal conflicts. Show more
Ralph Fiennes's acclaimed directorial debut transposes Shakespeare's Roman tragedy to a contemporary Balkan conflict. Show more
The true story of the publication of a leaked GCHQ memo in the run-up to the Iraq war and the devastasting consequences for whistleblower Katharine Gun. Show more
British drama. With the help of a generous stranger, the poor orphan Pip tries everything to win the heart of the rich, cold-blooded Estella. Show more
Andrew Marr is joined by Angela Rayner MP, General Sir Nick Carter, Malala Yousafzai, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Ralph Fiennes. Show more
Claudia Winkleman and Danny Leigh are joined by Robbie Collin to look at Trumbo and the Dad's Army adaptation, and Ralph Fiennes talks about his role in A Bigger Splash. Show more
Talk show. Graham is joined by Ralph Fiennes, comedian and actress Tracey Ullman and James Nesbitt. Plus, there is music from singer-songwriter James Bay.
Colin Firth talks to Francine Stock about Bridget Jones's Baby, and Ralph Fiennes explains why he spent three months learning Russian for his role in Two Women. Show more
Sitcom about a vicar running an inner-city church. Adam is investigated for conduct unbecoming - can he clear his name and save his church from closure? Show more
Comedy about a vicar running an inner-city church. Adam enjoys his new-found popularity after he unwittingly thwarts a mugging - but soon draws attention from on high. Show more
Russian ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev arrives in Paris to perform with the Kirov Ballet. Nureyev falls in love with the city, and his KGB minders become increasingly suspicious of his behaviour. Show more
Chris has breakfast with Ralph Fiennes, Tracey Ullman, Jessica Raine & Hozier sings live!
In a live anniversary event, a cast of 100, including Benedict Cumberbatch and Dame Helen Mirren, performs scenes from 50 years of National Theatre productions. Show more
With Justine Greening, Owen Smith, Angela Eagle, Ralph Fiennes and director Rupert Goold. George Eaton and Benedicte Paviot review the papers while Applewood Road perform. Show more
Andrew Marr is joined by Education Secretary Michael Gove, Deputy Leader of the Opposition Harriet Harman and actor Ralph Fiennes. With music from Lloyd Cole and The Leopards.
Andrew Marr speaks to PM David Cameron and actors Meryl Streep and Ralph Fiennes. David Lammy and journalist Ann Treneman review the Sunday papers. Plus, singer Nick Lowe performs. Show more
Animated biblical epic telling the story of Moses and the exodus to the Promised Land, with voiceovers by an all-star cast including Val Kilmer, Ralph Fiennes and Sandra Bullock. Show more
Mark Kermode talks to Sam Mendes about his film Skyfall, the 23rd James Bond movie, and reflects on the director's career in both film and theatre. Show more
Comedy drama set in 1970s Reading following three working class lads. Freddie (Christian Cooke) yearns to rise above his station and takes a job selling life insurance. Show more
Merchant-Ivory period drama about the relationship between a blind former diplomat and the Russian countess who saves him from a violent attack on the streets of 1930s Shanghai. Show more