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Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two WalesLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

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Sentimental drama about an ambitious young teacher who arrives in a small town to take the job of vice-principal. Based on one of L M Montgomery's 'Anne of Green Gables' sequels.

Contributors

Gilbert Blythe:
Patric Knowles
Ernestine Pringle:
Katharine Alexander
Betty Grayson:
Joan Carroll
Mrs Stephen Pringle:
Alma Kruger
Jen Pringle:
Marcia Jones
Producer:
Cliff Reid
Writer:
Jerry Cady

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Holby City

Series 14

Episode 23: Eastern Promise

Duration: 56 minutes

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

A desperate Elliot is forced to take drastic action when hospital equipment he wants to send to his medical friends in the Ukraine is scheduled to be thrown away. Show more

Contributors

Elliot Hope:
Paul Bradley
Eddi McKee:
Sarah-Jane Potts
Luc Hemingway:
Joseph Millson
Tara Lo:
Jing Lusi
Antoine Malick:
Jimmy Akingbola
Frieda Petrenko:
Olga Fedori
Greg Douglas:
Edward MacLiam
Henrik Hanssen:
Guy Henry
Jac Naylor:
Rosie Marcel
Liam McKee:
Luke Tittensor
Alex Broadhurst:
Sasha Behar
Rafi Raza:
Zubin Varla
Tommy Donelly:
Tony Turner
Jaz Casey:
Stacey Sampson
Keith Drysdale:
Patrick Knowles
Keith Drysdale:
Patric Knowles
Raymond Boulter:
Rupert Frazer
Faith Pearson:
Diana Hardcastle
Producer:
Emma Stuart
Producer:
Emma Stuart
Director:
Clare Holman
Director:
Clare Holman

Duration: 1 hour, 37 minutes

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

Available for 5 months

When King Richard the Lionheart leaves to fight in the crusades, his evil brother Prince John plots to usurp the throne. Only the outlaw Robin Hood and his band are left to defend the realm. Show more

Contributors

Robin Hood:
Errol Flynn
Prince John:
Claude Rains
Will Scarlett:
Patric Knowles
Friar Tuck:
Eugene Pallette
Little John:
Alan Hale