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Doctors

Series 10

Episode 222: Love, Labour, Lust

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Yorks & LincsLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

An aging actor, famed for throwing tantrums and leching after young actresses, finds himself a new target, much to the upset and disgust of all around him. Show more

Contributors

Dr Jimmi Clay:
Adrian Lewis Morgan
Barnaby Thurrock:
Jeremy Child
Jemima Richards:
Sama Goldie
Dr Georgina Woodson:
Stirling Gallacher
Dr Daniel Granger:
Matthew Chambers
Archie Hallam:
Matt Kennard
Julia Parsons:
Diane Keen
Ronnie Woodson:
Sean Gleeson
Ruth Pearce:
Selina Chilton
Karen Hollins:
Jan Pearson
Lisa Torres:
Michelle Lukes
Pauline Hasland:
Elizabeth Bennett
Bracken Woodson:
Jessica Gallagher
Producer:
Carol Harding

Duration: 1 hour, 48 minutes

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

Comedy in which a con artist uses her charms to steal jewels from her gangster boyfriend, taking advantage of his henchman and a lawyer to realise her plan. Show more

Contributors

Archie Leach:
John Cleese
Wanda Gershwitz:
Jamie Lee Curtis
Ken Pile:
Michael Palin
George Thomason:
Tom Georgeson
Mrs Coady:
Patricia Hayes
Customer in Jeweller's:
Mark Elwes
Manager of Jeweller's:
Neville Phillips
Inspector Marvin:
Peter Jonfield
Bartlett:
Ken Campbell
Warder:
Al Ashton
Locksmith:
Roger Hume
Mr Johnson:
Jeremy Child
Clerk of Court:
David Simeon
Hutchison:
Stephen Fry
Composer:
John Du Prez

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Bergerac

Series 2

Episode 9: The Moonlight Girls

Duration: 47 minutes

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

Police drama series set in Jersey. Bergerac investigates a Belgian stable girl who is living a life of luxury.

Contributors

Jim Bergerac:
John Nettles
Charlie Hungerford:
Terence Alexander
Barney Crozier:
Sean Arnold
Diamante Lil:
Mela White
Charlotte:
Annette Badland
Marianne:
Celia Imrie
Dr Lejeune:
Jonathan Adams
Horatio Nelson:
Kevin Stoney
Clive Wooton:
Jeremy Child
Director:
Michael Rolfe

Judge John Deed

Series 6

War Crimes

Part 1: War Crimes, Part 1

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama series about a High Court judge. Deed is in The Hague hearing a case of a British soldier who killed 11 Iraqi civilians and is accused of war crimes.

Contributors

Judge John Deed:
Martin Shaw
Sir Joseph Channing:
Donald Sinden
Fran Pavley:
Juliet Aubrey
Rita Cooper:
Barbara Thorn
Ian Rochester:
Simon Chandler
Alan Peasmarsh:
Jeremy Child
Marie Madsen:
Kim Thomson
Judge Previn:
Murray Head
Private Dave Clark:
Neil Grainger
WPC Lowy:
Kate Anthony
Producer:
GF Newman
Director:
Steve M Kelly
Writer:
GF Newman

Genres

The Little Drummer Girl

Series 1

Episode 5

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One East

Drama series. Charlie joins a group of revolutionaries in Lebanon, with no one to save her if she is exposed as a spy. She works to earn Fatmeh's trust. Show more

Contributors

Charmian/Charlie Ross:
Florence Pugh
Martin Kurtz:
Michael Shannon
Shimon Litvak:
Michael Moshonov
Michel/Salim Al-Khadar:
Amir Khoury
Fatmeh Al-Khadar:
Lubna Azabal
Noah Gavron:
Shlomo Barabba
Chancellor:
Jeremy Child
Commander Picton:
Charles Dance
Khalil Al-Khadar:
Charif Ghattas
Camp Trainer:
Adam Halon
Professor Irene MInkel:
Ricki Hayut
Miss Bach:
Clare Holman
Mario Rossino:
Alessandro Piavani
Arthur A Halloran:
Mark Stanley
Captain Meadows:
Sam Troughton
Anton Mesterbein:
Jeff Wilbusch
Executive Producer:
Stephen Cornwell
Executive Producer:
Simon Cornwell
Executive Producer:
Joseph Tsai
Executive Producer:
Arthur Wang
Executive Producer:
Chan-wook Park
Executive Producer:
Wonjo Jeong
Executive Producer:
Michael Lesslie
Executive Producer:
John Le Carre
Production Company:
The Ink Factory

Genres

The Little Drummer Girl

Series 1

Episode 6

Duration: 1 hour

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

Charlie prepares for her part in Khalil's next strike. But is she still playing a role, or has she switched to the other side? Show more

Contributors

Charmian/Charlie Ross:
Florence Pugh
Martin Kurtz:
Michael Shannon
Shimon Litvak:
Michael Moshonov
Fatmeh Al-Khadar:
Lubna Azabal
Chancellor:
Jeremy Child
Commander Picton:
Charles Dance
Khalil Al-Khadar:
Charif Ghattas
Professor Irene MInkel:
Ricki Hayut
Miss Bach:
Clare Holman
Policeman:
Evan Milton
Mario Rossino:
Alessandro Piavani
Captain Meadows:
Sam Troughton
Anton Mesterbein:
Jeff Wilbusch
Executive Producer:
Stephen Cornwell
Executive Producer:
Simon Cornwell
Executive Producer:
Joseph Tsai
Executive Producer:
Arthur Wang
Executive Producer:
Chan-wook Park
Executive Producer:
Wonjo Jeong
Executive Producer:
Michael Lesslie
Executive Producer:
John Le Carre
Production Company:
The Ink Factory

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One LondonLatest broadcast: on BBC One Northern Ireland

Thriller. An Irish debt collector confronts a corrupt group of developers who are determined to build a chemical plant in his village.

Contributors

Mark Taffin:
Pierce Brosnan
O'Rourke:
Ray McAnally
Charlotte:
Alison Doody
Mrs Martin:
Dearbhla Molloy
Sprawley:
Alan Stanford
Mo Taffin:
Patrick Bergin
Producer:
Peter Shaw
Mrs Taffin:
Britta Smith
Valerie Gibson:
Liz Lloyd

Formats

Judge John Deed

Series 6

War Crimes

Part 2: War Crimes, Part 2

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama about a High Court judge. During the war crimes case, Deed learns that the soldier on trial is being sacrificed as part of the government's exit strategy.

Contributors

Judge John Deed:
Martin Shaw
Sir Joseph Channing:
Donald Sinden
Sir Ian Rochester:
Simon Chandler
Rita Cooper:
Barbara Thorn
Sir Alan Peasmarsh:
Jeremy Child
Fran Pavley:
Juliet Aubrey
Marie Madsen:
Kim Thomson
Judge Previn:
Murray Head
Private Dave Clark:
Neil Grainger
WPC Lowy:
Kate Anthony
Major General Waters:
Adam James
Dr Froad:
Martin Turner
Simon Craven:
Thom Fell
Sir Percy Thrower:
Clive Brill
Martin Griffin:
David Verrey
Judge Emimina:
Leo Wringer
Peter Spence:
Charlie Kemp
Begum Mamood:
Andy Lucas
Sgt Brightling:
Brett Fancy
Mullah Al Sakka:
Mido Hamada
PC Stephen Ashurst:
Dave Norman
Private Dewi Jones:
Matthew Gravelle
Saddam Moussa:
Waleed Elgardi
Ralph Hoon:
Brett Morris
UN Guard:
Dorian Nkono
Magaret Clark:
Katharine Monaghan
Producer:
GF Newman
Director:
Steve M Kelly

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 20 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Satirical drama based on Margaret Thatcher's early years. Young Margaret wants nothing more than to be an MP, but may be too much of a rebel for the Tory Party of the 1950s. Show more

Contributors

Margaret Thatcher:
Andrea Riseborough
Ted Heath:
Samuel West
Denis Thatcher:
Rory Kinnear
Sir John Crowder:
Geoffrey Palmer
Sir Donald Kaberry:
Oliver Ford Davies
Alfred Roberts:
Philip Jackson
Sir Waldon Smithers:
Michael Cochrane
Patricia Hornsby-Smith:
Sylvestra Le Touzel
John Miller:
Michael Gould
Stanley Soward:
Jonathan Aris
Old Dear:
Marcia Warren
Lieutenant-Colonel Digby:
Christian Rodska
Dartford Officer:
Geoff McGivern
Leslie Thomas:
James Laurenson
John Wells:
Rob Edwards
Lichfield:
Kim Wall
Beckenham Constituent:
Angela Sims
Mark Thatcher:
Michael Selwood
Carol Thatcher:
Julia Joyce
Miss Harris:
Georgie Glen
Langton:
Jeremy Child
Head Panellist - Finchley:
Geoffrey Beevers
Doreen/Interviewer:
Elizabeth Bennett
Producer:
Robert Cooper
Producer:
Kate Triggs
Writer:
Tony Saint

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Ian Curteis's once-controversial dramatisation of how the Thatcher government went to war against Argentina to regain the Falkland Islands. Show more

Contributors

Margaret Thatcher:
Patricia Hodge
Lord Carrington:
James Fox
William Whitelaw MP:
John Standing
Nicholas Ridley MP:
Michael Cochrane
Francis Pym MP:
Jeremy Child
Richard Luce MP:
Jonathan Coy
Robert Armstrong:
Rupert Vansittart
General Alexander Haig:
Colin Stinton