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Borgen

Series 3

Episode 5: Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Four

Danish drama series. The New Democrats see an opportunity to assert themselves by condemning prostitution in Denmark. Show more

Contributors

Lars Hesselboe:
Soren Spanning
Jacob Kruse:
Jens Jacob Tychsen
Ulrik Morch:
Thomas Levin
Hanne Holm:
Benedikte Hansen
Magnus Christensen:
Emil Poulsen
Laura Christensen:
Freja Riemann
Philip Christensen:
Mikael Birkkjaer
Pia Munk:
Lisbeth Wulff
Torben Friis:
Soren Malling
Kasper Juul:
Pilou Asbaek
Katrine Fønsmark:
Birgitte Hjort Sorensen
Bent Serjø:
Lars Knutzon
Birgitte Nyborg:
Sidse Babett Knudsen
Jeremy Welsh:
Alastair Mackenzie
Writer:
Adam Price

Duration: 1 hour, 45 minutes

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

Drama. When Welsh poet Dylan Thomas (Matthew Rhys) and his flirtatious wife Caitlin (Sienna Miller) sweep into war-torn London, they bump into Dylan's childhood sweetheart Vera. Show more

Contributors

Vera Phillips:
Keira Knightley
Caitlin Thomas:
Sienna Miller
William Killick:
Cillian Murphy
Dylan Thomas:
Matthew Rhys
Lieutenant Colonel David Talbot Rice:
Richard Dillane
Anthony Devas:
Alastair Mackenzie
Mr Justice Singleton:
Paul Brooke
Wilfred Hosgood:
Simon Armstrong
Sergeant:
Ben Batt
Alistair Graham:
Richard Clifford
Director:
John Maybury

Jimmy McGovern's Moving On

Series 3

Episode 4: Donor

Duration: 44 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Yorks & Lincs

Contemporary drama. Party girl Christina's biological clock is ticking. But when her boyfriend reveals himself to be infertile, could her gay best friend provide the answer? Show more

Contributors

Christina:
Sally Phillips
Executive Producer:
Jimmy McGovern
Producer:
Colin McKeown
Executive Producer:
Colin McKeown
Director:
Ian Barber
Old Woman Singer:
Pam Shaw

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Scotland

Thriller about a council estate kid who agrees to play a sick game of hide-and-seek with an investment banker. If he survives the night, he wins a hefty cash prize. Show more

Contributors

Sean MacDonald:
James Anthony Pearson
Alistair Roskolnikov:
Dougray Scott
Jamie Stewart:
Alastair Mackenzie
Alice Kelly:
Liz White
Homeless Man:
John Gray
Julie Stewart:
Shelley Conn
Young Girl in Bus Station:
Karen Gillan
Restaurant Manager:
Tim Barrow
Gang Leader:
Ruaraidh Murray

Formats

Borgen

Series 3

Episode 1: A Child of Denmark

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Four

Danish drama series. Two and a half years after calling a general election, Birgitte Nyborg, having left politics, is divorced and moving house with her children. Show more

Contributors

Birgitte Nyborg:
Sidse Babett Knudsen
Katrine Fønsmark:
Birgitte Hjort Sorensen
Kasper Juul:
Pilou Asbaek
Philip Christensen:
Mikael Birkkjaer
Magnus Christensen:
Emil Poulsen Dam
Torben Friis:
Soren Malling
Jeremy Welsh:
Alastair Mackenzie
Jon Berthelsen:
Jens Albinus
Jacob Kruse:
Jens Jacob Tychsen
Bent Serjø:
Lars Knutzon
Laura Christensen:
Freja Riemann
Grethe Fonsmark:
Michelle Bjorn-Andersen
Writer:
Adam Price

Lip Service

Series 2

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC ThreeLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Drama series about a group of gay women in Glasgow. When Sam unexpectedly visits the flat, a wedge is driven between her and her friends. Lexy's stalker situation intensifies. Show more

M.I. High

Series 2

Episode 12: Green Finger

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Available for years

Children's spy drama with high school kids Blane, Daisy and Rose. When crazed plants attack anti-green targets, Blane goes solo, but is his boy power enough?

Contributors

Lenny Bicknall:
Danny John-Jules
Ms. Templeman:
Jane Cameron
Mr. Flatley:
Chris Stanton
Bruce Boardman:
Alastair Mackenzie
Charlie Darwin:
Robin Pearce
James Brickman:
John Warnaby
Stewart Critchley:
Scott Gibbins
Director:
Zam Salim

Borgen

Series 3

Episode 2: The Land is Built on Law

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Four

Danish drama series. After defeat to Jacob Kruse in the battle for the leadership of the Moderates, Birgitte Nyborg chooses to start a new party. Show more

Contributors

Birgitte Nyborg:
Sidse Babett Knudsen
Katrine Fønsmark:
Birgitte Hjort Sorensen
Kasper Juul:
Pilou Asbaek
Philip Christensen:
Mikael Birkkjaer
Grethe Fønsmark:
Michelle Bjorn-Andersen
Magnus Christensen:
Emil Poulsen Dam
Jeremy Welsh:
Alastair Mackenzie
Jon Berthelsen:
Jens Albinus
Torben Friis:
Soren Malling
Jacob Kruse:
Jens Jacob Tychsen
Erik Hoffman:
Kristian Halken
Pia Munk:
Lisbeth Wulff
Bent Serjø:
Lars Knutzon
Writer:
Adam Price

Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Drama about a cop whose investigation into the discovery of a 100-year-old body beneath the Edinburgh streets takes him on a dark journey into the capital's literary past. Show more

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern IrelandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Scotland

Drama. The world's population loses its sense of smell, mystifying experts. Then taste goes too. Society seeks to adapt to these changes but further challenges are to come. Show more

Contributors

Susan:
Eva Green
Street Performer:
Anamaria Marinca
Apprentice Chef Richard:
Richard Mack

Genres

Formats

Death in Paradise

Series 8

Episode 6

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Available for 4 months

Detective drama series set on a Caribbean island. Jack and his team face the toughest challenge of their lives when tragedy strikes close to home. Show more

Contributors

DI Jack Mooney:
Ardal O'Hanlon
DS Florence Cassell:
Josephine Jobert
Officer JP Hooper:
Tobi Bakare
Officer Ruby Patterson:
Shyko Amos
Martin Stow:
Angus Deayton
Tiana Palmer:
Nicole Lecky
Patrice Campbell:
Leemore Marrett Jr
Harrison Green:
Zackary Momoh
Frances Compton:
Saskia Reeves
Catherine Bordey:
Elizabeth Bourgine
Commissioner Selwyn Patterson:
Don Warrington
Idea Originator:
Robert Thorogood
Production Company:
Red Planet Pictures

Wolf Hall

Episode 2: Entirely Beloved

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Historical drama chronicling Thomas Cromwell's rise to power. As Wolsey retreats north, he urges Cromwell to get close to Anne Boleyn to regain the King's favour. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Cromwell:
Mark Rylance
King Henry VIII:
Damian Lewis
Anne Boleyn:
Claire Foy
Cardinal Wolsey:
Jonathan Pryce
Duke of Norfolk:
Bernard Hill
Thomas More:
Anton Lesser
Stephen Gardiner:
Mark Gatiss
Harry Percy:
Harry Lloyd
Jane Rochford:
Jessica Raine
Johane Williamson:
Saskia Reeves
Mary Boleyn:
Charity Wakefield
Richard Cromwell:
Joss Porter
Gregory Cromwell:
Tom Holland
Jane Seymour:
Kate Phillips
George Cavendish:
Robert Wilfort
Duke of Suffolk:
Richard Dillane
Henry Norris:
Luke Roberts
Thomas Cranmer:
Will Keen
Frances Weston:
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
Sir Thomas Boleyn:
David Robb
Thomas Wriothesley:
Joel MacCormack
Mark Smeaton:
Max Fowler
William Brereton:
Alastair Mackenzie
George Boleyn:
Edward Holcroft
Producer:
Mark Pybus

Series

Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall

Episode 3: Anna Regina

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Historical drama. Cromwell manoeuvres a bill through Parliament that acknowledges Henry rather than the pope as head of the Church of England. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Cromwell:
Mark Rylance
King Henry VIII:
Damian Lewis
Anne Boleyn:
Claire Foy
Cardinal Wolsey:
Jonathan Pryce
Duke of Norfolk:
Bernard Hill
Thomas More:
Anton Lesser
Stephen Gardiner:
Mark Gatiss
Harry Percy:
Harry Lloyd
Jane Rochford:
Jessica Raine
Johane Williamson:
Saskia Reeves
Mary Boleyn:
Charity Wakefield
Richard Cromwell:
Joss Porter
Jane Seymour:
Kate Phillips
Duke of Suffolk:
Richard Dillane
Henry Norris:
Luke Roberts
Thomas Cranmer:
Will Keen
Frances Weston:
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
Sir Thomas Boleyn:
David Robb
Thomas Wriothesley:
Joel MacCormack
William Brereton:
Alastair Mackenzie
Katherine of Aragon:
Joanne Whalley
George Boleyn:
Edward Holcroft
Edward Seymour:
Ed Speleers
Thomas Wyatt:
Jack Lowden
Producer:
Mark Pybus
Production Company:
Company Pictures

Series

Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall

Episode 5: Crows

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Historical drama. The Act of Supremacy has declared Henry supreme head of the church in England, but the Holy Roman Emperor has refused to recognise his new title. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Cromwell:
Mark Rylance
King Henry VIII:
Damian Lewis
Anne Boleyn:
Claire Foy
Cardinal Wolsey:
Jonathan Pryce
Duke of Norfolk:
Bernard Hill
Stephen Gardiner:
Mark Gatiss
Eustache Chapuys:
Mathieu Amalric
Katherine of Aragon:
Joanne Whalley
Jane Rochford:
Jessica Raine
Richard Cromwell:
Joss Porter
Gregory Cromwell:
Tom Holland
Jane Seymour:
Kate Phillips
Harry Norris:
Luke Roberts
William Brereton:
Alastair Mackenzie
Thomas Wriothesley:
Joel MacCormack
Thomas Cranmer:
Will Keen
Frances Weston:
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
George Boleyn:
Edward Holcroft
Sir Thomas Boleyn:
David Robb
Lord Chancellor Audley:
Tim Steed
Edward Seymour:
Ed Speleers
Thomas Seymour:
Iain Batchelor
Sir John Seymour:
Paul Ritter
Mary Shelton:
Hannah Steele
Producer:
Mark Pybus
Production Company:
Company Pictures

Series

Wolf Hall

Wolf Hall

Episode 6: Masters of Phantoms

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Historical drama. Anne divulges to Jane Rochford that Mark Smeaton, Francis Weston and Harry Norris have all declared their love to her, a treasonable offence. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Cromwell:
Mark Rylance
King Henry VIII:
Damian Lewis
Anne Boleyn:
Claire Foy
Duke of Norfolk:
Bernard Hill
Jane Rochford:
Jessica Raine
Richard Cromwell:
Joss Porter
Gregory Cromwell:
Tom Holland
Harry Norris:
Luke Roberts
William Brereton:
Alastair Mackenzie
Mark Smeaton:
Max Fowler
Thomas Wriothesley:
Joel MacCormack
Thomas Cranmer:
Will Keen
Frances Weston:
Jacob Fortune-Lloyd
George Boleyn:
Edward Holcroft
Duke of Suffolk:
Richard Dillane
Lord Chancellor Audley:
Tim Steed
Mary Shelton:
Hannah Steele
Solicitor Gen Richard Riche:
Bryan Dick
Master Treasurer Fitzwilliam:
James Larkin
Sir William Kingston:
Paul Clayton
Lady Shelton:
Lucy Russell
Francis Bryan:
Felix Scott
Sir Nicholas Carew:
Nigel Cooke
Executioner:
Philippe Spall
Producer:
Mark Pybus
Production Company:
Company Pictures

Series

Wolf Hall