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Duration: 2 hours, 7 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

In the melting pot of Venice, trade is God. When the gold flows, all is well. But when a contract between Bassanio and Shylock is broken, simmering racial tensions boil over. Show more

Doctors

Series 12

Episode 157: Fault Lines

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Medical drama. Rob responds to Lesley's panic-stricken call to the police and finds her estranged husband Sam trying to escape through the back door. Show more

Contributors

Dr Jimmi Clay:
Adrian Lewis Morgan
Rob Hollins:
Chris Walker
Lesley Hammond:
Emma Stansfield
PC Matthew Radley:
Ben Cartwright
Sam Hutton:
Jamie Ballard
DI Coulson:
Keith Osborn
Series Producer:
Mike Hobson
Series Producer:
Peter Eryl Lloyd
Producer:
Carol Harding

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One Wales HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Drama charting Dylan Thomas's last days in New York in 1953, where triumph turned into an elegy. Show more

Contributors

Dylan Thomas:
Tom Hollander
Caitlin Thomas:
Essie Davis
Liz Reitell:
Phoebe Fox
John Malcolm Brinnin:
Ewen Bremner
Jerry Hart:
Jamie Ballard
Dr Milton Feltenstein:
Demetri Goritsas
Rollie McKenna:
Naomi Everson
Longshoreman:
Jason May
Dylan's Dad:
Robert Blythe
Dylan's Mam:
Sharon Morgan
Aeronwy THomas:
Nansi Rhys Adams
Roy Poole:
Robbie Lester
Nancy Wickwire:
Morfydd Clark
Felix Gertsman:
Celyn Jones
Producer:
Ruth Caleb
Director:
Aisling Walsh

Doctors

Series 16

Episode 211: A Matter of Perspective

Duration: 28 minutes

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

Drama series set in a health centre. After Niamh is present when a patient falls from a great height and dies, Rob has to dig deep to uncover the truth. Show more

Contributors

Dr Niamh Donoghue:
Jessica Regan
Rob Hollins:
Chris Walker
William Marson:
Jamie Ballard
Anthony Marson:
Jamie Ballard
Amy Rose:
Amy Noble
Director:
Bob Tomson
Producer:
Neil Irvine
Series Producer:
Mike Hobson
Series Producer:
Peter Eryl Lloyd

The Hollow Crown

The Wars of the Roses

Episode 2: Henry VI Part 2

Duration: 2 hours, 3 minutes

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

Screen adaptations of Shakespeare plays. After the Battle of St Albans, Plantagenet and the Yorkists ride to London to claim the throne. Show more

Contributors

Director:
Dominic Cooke
Adaptor:
Ben Power
Production Company:
Neal Street Productions
Buckingham:
Ben Daniels
Plantagenet:
Adrian Dunbar
Hastings:
James Fleet
Queen Elizabeth:
Keeley Hawes
Somerset:
Ben Miles
King Louis:
Andrew Scott
Clifford:
Kyle Soller
Henry VI:
Tom Sturridge
Grieving Father:
Simon Armstrong
Grieving Son:
Jamie Ballard
Bishop of Ely:
Alan David
Lady Bona:
Mariah Gale
Shepherd II:
Christopher Godwin
Shepherd I:
Tom Godwin
Westmorland:
Richard Lynch
Brackenbury:
John MacKay
Young Soldier:
Jordan McCurrach
Young Cecily:
Lucy Robinson
Messenger:
Gerald Tyler
Rivers:
Al Weaver

Duration: 1 hour, 43 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC One Scotland

A socially awkward teenage maths prodigy finds new confidence and new friendships when he gains a place on the British squad at the International Mathematics Olympiad.

Contributors

Nathan Ellis:
Asa Butterfield
Martin Humphreys:
Rafe Spall
Julie Ellis:
Sally Hawkins
Richard Grieve:
Eddie Marsan
Zhang Mei:
Jo Yang
Michael Ellis:
Martin McCann
Luke Shelton:
Jake Davies
Isaac Cooper:
Alex Lawther
Rebecca Dunn:
Alexa Davies
Deng Laoshi:
Orion Lee
Nathan Ellis, 9 years old:
Edward Baker-Close
Ben Morgan:
Percelle Ascott
Pav Kamdar:
Suraj Rattu
Headmaster:
Jamie Ballard
Doctor:
Clare Burt
Paediatrician:
Adam Foster

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Three Girls

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Drama based on a true story. With the ordeal drawing to a close, what does the future hold for the victims and those who fought to support them? Show more

Contributors

Sara Rowbotham:
Maxine Peake
DC Margaret Oliver:
Lesley Sharp
Lorna Bowen:
Lisa Riley
Nazir Afzal:
Ace Bhatti
Jim Winshaw:
Paul Kaye
Julie Winshaw:
Jill Halfpenny
Amber Bowen:
Ria Zmitrowicz
Holly Winshaw:
Molly Windsor
Ruby Bowen:
Liv Hill
DC Nina Pretiss:
Kerrie Hayes
Sandy Guthrie:
Jason Hughes
Emily Stone:
Katherine Pearce
Rachel Smith:
Amanda Hale
BNP Supporter:
Joe Hall
Mr Nichol:
Jamie Ballard
Miss Landale:
Katy Carmichael
Car Zero:
Satnam Bhogal
Judge Clifton:
Robert Gwilym
Andrew Norfolk:
Deka Walmsley
London Journalist:
Vincenzo Pellegrino
DC Jack Harrop:
Rupert Procter
PC Richard Bryan:
Ross Anderson
Barrister:
Simon Cook
Barrister:
Hannah Lee
Fraser Lavery:
Steffan Rhodri
Steve Heywood:
Mark Carter
Chief Superintendant:
Paul Hickey
David Winneck MP:
Marc Danbury
Producer:
Simon Lewis
Executive Producer:
Susan Hogg
Executive Producer:
Hilary Salmon
Executive Producer:
Lucy Richer

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes

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

Action drama. 1348. Black death ravages England. The bishop's inquisitor Ulric (Sean Bean) and his soldiers are on the trail of a necromancer believed to be causing the disease. Show more

Father Brown

Series 3

Episode 4: The Sign of the Broken Sword

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Series based on GK Chesterton's novels. A murder at the local army barracks leads Father Brown to investigate another death at Dunkirk 13 years ago. Show more

Contributors

Father Brown:
Mark Williams
Mrs McCarthy:
Sorcha Cusack
Lady Felicia:
Nancy Carroll
Sid Carter:
Alex Price
Inspector Sullivan:
Tom Chambers
Sergeant Goodfellow:
John Burton
RSM Reginald Davis:
William Ash
Colonel Laurence St Clare:
Angus Wright
Major David Rawlings:
Jamie Ballard
Lieutenant Anthony Graham:
Steven Miller
Simone Murray:
Grace Cassidy
Major Desmond Murray:
Craig Whittaker
Producer:
Ceri Meyrick
Director:
Ian Barber
Series Producer:
Sam Hill
Executive Producer:
Will Trotter

Duration: 1 hour

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

World War I drama series. Paranoia is rife as the hospital anticipates the court martial of a patient. Thomas's pioneering system brings him into conflict with a senior officer. Show more

Contributors

Kitty Trevelyan:
Oona Chaplin
Sister Joan Livesey:
Suranne Jones
Matron Grace Carter:
Hermione Norris
Lt Colonel Roland Brett:
Kevin Doyle
Captain Thomas Gillan:
Richard Rankin
Major Gerard Yelland:
Nicholas Burns
Private Albert Nicholls:
Phil Cheadle
Sergeant Aloysius McCafferty:
Lorcan Cranitch
Lance Corporal Enda Peache:
Kerr Logan
Rosalie Berwick:
Marianne Oldham
Sister Margaret Quayle:
Kerry Fox
Flora Marshall:
Alice St Clair
Captain Miles Hesketh Thorne:
Alex Wyndham
Jaco Tillens:
Daniel Betts
Mathilde Tillens:
Abigail Eames
Corporal Peter Foley:
Jack Gordon
Corporal Bryce Wingfield:
Jamie Ballard
Private Bernard Mostyn:
Jack Parry-Jones
QMS Reggie Soper:
Jeremy Swift
Director:
Richard Clark

Ripper Street

Series 4

Episode 3: Some Conscience Lost

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Thriller set during the Victorian era. It's Reid's first day back at H Division and the police force he once commanded is now under Inspector Drake's authority. Show more

Contributors

Detective Inspector Edmund Reid:
Matthew MacFayden
Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake:
Jerome Flynn
Captain Homer Jackson:
Adam Rothenberg
Long Susan:
MyAnna Buring
Rose Drake:
Charlene McKenna
Sergeant Samuel Drummond:
Matthew Lewis
Assistant Commissioner Augustus Dove:
Killian Scott
Abel Croker:
David Threlfall
Detective Sergeant Frank Thatcher:
Benjamin O'Mahony
Mathilda Reid:
Anna Burnett
Rachel Castello:
Anna Koval
Nathaniel:
Jonas Armstrong
Connor Rudge:
Kahl Murphy
Connor Rudge:
Kye Murphy
Leda Starling:
Sonya Cassidy
Cornelius Starling:
Jamie Ballard
Bo Nystrom:
Jon Oigarden
Percy Orton:
Bill Seymour
Tommy Riggs:
Daragh Kearny
Director:
Luke Watson
Producer:
Joe Donaldson