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Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two HD

Drama. A soldier returns from Iraq back to her family but struggles to reconcile the experiences she had during the war with her own domestic life. Show more

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Duration: 1 hour

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

Legal drama series. When junior barrister Will Burton's talents acquit his latest client of a brutal and high-profile murder, there are chilling consequences in store. Show more

Contributors

Will Burton:
David Tennant
Liam Foyle:
Toby Kebbell
Maggie Gardner:
Sophie Okonedo
Kate Burton:
Ashley Jensen
Jamie Burton:
Gus Barry
Nerdy Kid:
Robert Foster
Charles Hegarty:
Jasper Jacob
Vadim Kumarin:
Faton Gerbeshi
Richard Mayfield QC:
Anton Lesser
Danny Monk:
Stephen Wight
Trevor Harris:
Tony Gardner
Gavin De Souza QC:
Patrick Ryecart
Peter Simpkins:
Roy Marsden
George Balfour QC:
Nicholas Woodeson
Julian Fowkes QC:
Alistair Petrie
Pathologist:
Gabrielle Jourdan
Park Keeper:
John Albasiny
Mr Hughes:
John Hodgkinson
Jonathan Crowe:
Nigel Betts
Detective Chalmers:
Geoffrey Leesley
Producer:
Paul Frift
Director:
Brian Welsh

Mayday

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour

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

Drama series. As the town gathers for Hattie's memorial, things take a dark turn and a chaotic interruption has fatal consequences. Meanwhile, Steve tries to win his family back. Show more

Contributors

Gail Spicer:
Lesley Manville
Malcolm Spicer:
Peter Firth
Alan Hill:
Peter McDonald
Fiona Hill:
Sophie Okonedo
Caitlin/Hattie Sutton:
Leila Mimmack
Everett Newcombe:
Aidan Gillen
Linus Newcombe:
Max Fowler
Seth Docker:
Tom Fisher
Steve Docker:
Sam Spruell
PC Simmons:
Daniel Coonan
Richard Sutton:
Richard Hawley
Jo Sutton:
Caroline Berry
Charlotte Hill:
Hannah Jean-Baptiste
Alfie Hill:
Harry Hunt
Producer:
Chris Fry
Director:
Brian Welsh
Writer:
Ben Court

Series

Mayday

Duration: 1 hour, 34 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Scotland HD

Two Scottish friends have one final night of partying before going their separate ways. A universal coming-of-age story set in Scotland in 1994. Show more

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One London

The case against Foyle is crumbling. The profession that has sustained Will Burton all his life is no longer supporting him. Can Will find another way for justice to be served?

Contributors

Will Burton:
David Tennant
Liam Foyle:
Toby Kebbell
Maggie Gardner:
Sophie Okonedo
Jamie Burton:
Gus Barry
Richard Mayfield QC:
Anton Lesser
Trevor Harris:
Tony Gardner
Peter Simpkins:
Roy Marsden
Eileen Morris:
Monica Dolan
Danny Monk:
Stephen Wight
George Balfour QC:
Nicholas Woodeson
Chambers Director:
Victoria Carling
Paramedic 1:
Garry Summers
Paramedic 2:
Ross Mitchell
Police Officer:
Gary Cross
Advocate Depute:
Ewan Stewart
Clerk to the Court:
Gillian McCafferty
Scottish Judge:
Rod Culbertson
Scottish Pathologist:
Caroline Guthrie
Producer:
Paul Frift
Director:
Brian Welsh

Duration: 1 hour

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

Legal drama. Liam Foyle is back in the dock, and Will's nemesis is defending him. Will's central moral tenet that 'everyone deserves a defence' has come back to haunt him. Show more

Contributors

Will Burton:
David Tennant
Liam Foyle:
Toby Kebbell
Maggie Gardner:
Sophie Okonedo
Jamie Burton:
Gus Barry
Richard Mayfield QC:
Anton Lesser
Trevor Harris:
Tony Gardner
Peter Simpkins:
Roy Marsden
George Balfour QC:
Nicholas Woodeson
Danny Monk:
Stephen Wight
Bob Forsyth:
Richard Albrecht
Eileen Morris:
Monica Dolan
Gavin De Souza QC:
Patrick Ryecart
Kate Burton:
Ashley Jensen
Neighbour:
James Payton
Producer:
Paul Frift
Director:
Brian Welsh

Duration: 1 hour, 27 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Wales

Affectionate comedy drama about the glory days of professional snooker in the 1980s and the legendary rivalry between Alex 'Hurricane' Higgins and Steve Davis. Show more

Contributors

Alex Higgins:
Luke Treadaway
Steve Davis:
Will Merrick
Barry Hearn:
Kevin Bishop
Lynn Higgins:
Nichola Burley
Jimmy White:
James Bailey
Ted Lowe:
John Sessions
Oliver Reed:
Rob Crouch
Cliff Thorburn:
Russ Bain
Tony Knowles:
Marc McCardie
Dennis Taylor:
Caolan Byrne
Bill Werebeniuk:
Gary Davis
Terry Griffiths:
Jimmy Watkins
Willie Thorne:
Konstantine Osipenkov
Floor Manager:
Phillip Laing
Red-faced Irishman:
Ross Gurney Randall
Nearest Waiter:
Chris Grahamson
Lauren Higgins:
Maisie Jenkins
Production Company:
Zeppotron
Director:
Brian Welsh
Producer:
Barney Reisz
Executive Producer:
Peter Holmes
Executive Producer:
Leo Daniels
Executive Producer:
Shane Allen
Executive Producer:
Victoria Jaye
Executive Producer:
Gregor Sharp
Writer:
Shaun Pye

Front Row

Graham Swift; How To Train Your Dragon; Glasgow Girls

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 FMLatest broadcast: on BBC Radio 4 LW

Available for over a year

Booker Prize-winning novelist Graham Swift tells Razia Iqbal why he has returned to the short story and Matt Thorne reviews How to Train Your Dragon. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Razia Iqbal
Interviewed Guest:
Graham Swift
Interviewed Guest:
Matt Thorne
Interviewed Guest:
Brian Welsh
Interviewed Guest:
Emma Clifford
Interviewed Guest:
Hugh Pearman
Interviewed Guest:
Jack Pringle

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Musical drama based on the true story of the Glasgow Girls, a group of teenagers whose fight to save their friend from deportation inspired a community and won a nation's hearts. Show more

Contributors

Euan Girvan:
Gary Lewis
Jack McConnell:
Greg Hemphill
Mr Jennings:
John Clyde
Mrs McVey:
Kate Donnelly
Awards Presenter:
Kerry Lynn Hamilton
Security Guard:
James McAnerney
Journalist:
Julia Taudevin
Police Officer:
Gerry McLaughlin
Executive Producer:
Colin Barr
Producer:
Kate Cook
Director:
Brian Welsh
Writer:
Joe Barton