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Call the Midwife

Series 5

Episode 5

Duration: 1 hour

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

Available for years

New mother Roseanne's past continues to haunt her, wreaking havoc on her family life, and a back injury forces Violet to put her beloved shop in the care of Fred. Show more

Contributors

Sister Julienne:
Jenny Agutter
Nurse Phyllis Crane:
Linda Bassett
Sister Monica Joan:
Judy Parfitt
Nurse Trixie Franklin:
Helen George
Sister Mary Cynthia:
Bryony Hannah
Shelagh Turner:
Laura Main
Nurse Patsy Mount:
Emerald Fennell
Nurse Barbara Gilbert:
Charlotte Ritchie
Sister Winifred:
Victoria Yeates
Dr Patrick Turner:
Stephen McGann
Fred Buckle:
Cliff Parisi
Denis Dawley:
Andrew Havill
Roseanne Dawley:
Celeste Dodwell
Timothy Turner:
Max Macmillan
Violet Buckle:
Annabelle Apsion
Mrs Cadman:
Charlotte Eaton
Mrs Dash:
Laura Cox
Nurse Delia Busby:
Kate Lamb
Woman in Shop:
Rae Brogan
Dr James McAdam:
Roger Ringrose
Mrs Phillips:
Sarah Quintrell
Nel Tanner:
Natasha Sparkes
Cathy Tanner:
Adrianna Bertola
Mr Stephens:
Robin Bowerman
Angela Turner:
Alice Brown
Voice of Mature Jennifer Worth:
Vanessa Redgrave
Director:
Lisa Clarke

Duration: 57 minutes

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

Drama mini-series. As war descends on Europe, the Bloomsbury friends struggle to build a life outside London. Virginia weds Leonard Woolf and begins an unexpectedly happy marriage. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Rhonda Smith
Director:
Simon Kaijser
Writer:
Amanda Coe
Older Vanessa Bell:
Eve Best
Young Vanessa Bell:
Phoebe Fox
Young Virginia Woolf:
Lydia Leonard
Young Duncan Grant:
James Norton
Julian Bell (aged 4):
Charlie Appleyard
Lytton Strachey:
Ed Birch
Angelica Bell:
Lucy Boynton
Roger Fry:
Elliot Cowan
Quentin Bell:
Edmund Digby-Jones
Midwife:
Rosie Ede
Quentin Bell (aged 7):
Louis Fisher
Older Clive Bell:
Andrew Havill
Younger Clive Bell:
Sam Hoare
Mrs Woolf:
Jenny Howe
Julian Bell:
Finn Jones
Maynard Keynes:
Edmund Kingsley
Dr Hyslop:
Anton Lesser
Young Bunny:
Ben Lloyd-Hughes
Mary Hutchinson:
Marianne Oldham
Older Duncan Grant:
Rupert Penry-Jones
Julian Bell (aged 9):
Maximillian Scull
George Bergen:
Simon Thomas
Young Leonard:
Al Weaver

Genres

Duration: 57 minutes

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

Drama mini-series. Two sisters embark on a life of unexpected, post-Victorian freedom but when they are introduced to flamboyant male admirers, their idyll is rocked. Show more

Contributors

Producer:
Rhonda Smith
Director:
Simon Kaijser
Writer:
Amanda Coe
Older Vanessa Bell:
Eve Best
Young Vanessa Bell:
Phoebe Fox
Young Virginia Woolf:
Lydia Leonard
Young Duncan Grant:
James Norton
Lytton Strachey:
Ed Birch
Aunt Mary:
Eleanor Bron
Aunt Jane:
Deborah Findlay
Older Clive Bell:
Andrew Havill
Thoby:
Rob Heaps
Older Leonard:
Guy Henry
Young Clive Bell:
Sam Hoare
Maynard Keynes:
Edmund Kingsley
Dr Hyslop:
Anton Lesser
Older Duncan Grant:
Rupert Penry-Jones

Genres

Doctors

Series 13

Episode 84: Atonement

Duration: 28 minutes

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

Lauren agrees to help a disgraced businessman redeem himself, but will his victims allow him this chance of redemption? Cherry is unsettled by a new neighbour. Show more

Contributors

Lauren Porter:
Alexis Peterman
Ian Rickman:
Andrew Havill
Julia Parsons:
Diane Keen
Martin Richards:
Frank Maguire
Dr Elaine Cassidy:
Janet Dibley
Cherry Malone:
Sophie Abelson
Harrison Kellor:
James Larkin
Jack Harcourt:
James Gaddas
Heather Rickman:
Mary Ryder
Series Producer:
Mike Hobson
Series Producer:
Peter Eryl Lloyd
Producer:
Carol Harding

Spooks

Series 8

Episode 5

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC ThreeLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Available for years

Drama series about the British Security Service. Section D is caught on the back foot when two CIA agents are found dead. Ros's mentor raises questions about Harry's past. Show more

Contributors

Harry Pearce:
Peter Firth
Ros Myers:
Hermione Norris
Lucas North:
Richard Armitage
Ruth Evershed:
Nicola Walker
Tariq Masood:
Shazad Latif
Sarah Caulfield:
Genevieve O'Reilly
Home Secretary:
Robert Glenister
Producer:
Chris Fry
Coleville:
Stephen Boxer
Director:
Alrick Riley
Security:
Bentley Kalu
Roger Maynard:
Andrew Havill
TV Presenter:
Michael Muller

BBC HD Film Shorts

Series 1

Episode 3: Pop Art

Duration: 20 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

A year after his mother's death, Toby is in limbo and angry about it, but he's still just a kid at school. Into his life comes Art, who shares a different outlook on life.

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Available for 1 month

Drama documentary series. Dan Snow explores the political intrigues and family betrayals between Vikings, Anglo-Saxons and Normans that led to war and the Battle of Hastings. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Dan Snow
William the Conqueror:
Ed Stoppard
Harald Hardrada:
Clive Russell
Harold Godwinson:
Adam James
Edward the Confessor:
Tim Preece
Matilda:
Freya Parker
Robert De Beaumont:
Jotham Annan
English Noble:
David Sterne
Archbishop Stigand:
Andrew Havill

Duration: 1 hour, 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland

Oscar-winning drama. The story of Prince Albert, Duke of York, who employed an Australian speech therapist to help overcome his stutter so he could address the nation. Show more

Contributors

King George VI:
Colin Firth
Lionel Logue:
Geoffrey Rush
Queen Elizabeth:
Helena Bonham Carter
King Edward VIII:
Guy Pearce
Winston Churchill:
Timothy Spall
Archbishop Cosmo Lang:
Derek Jacobi
Myrtle Logue:
Jennifer Ehle
King George V:
Michael Gambon
Private Secretary:
Richard Dixon
Chauffeur:
Paul Trussell
BBC Radio Announcer:
Adrian Scarborough
Robert Wood:
Andrew Havill
Laurie Logue:
Calum Gittins
Theatre Director:
David Bamber
Lord Wigram:
Patrick Ryecart
Lord Dawson:
Simon Chandler
Queen Mary:
Claire Bloom
Duke of Gloucester:
Tim Downie
Wallis Simpson:
Eve Best
Stanley Baldwin:
Anthony Andrews
Director:
Tom Hooper
Producer:
Iain Canning
Producer:
Emile Sherman
Producer:
Gareth Unwin

Father Brown

Series 2

Episode 1: The Ghost in the Machine

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One South West

Series based on the novels of GK Chesterton. Father Brown investigates when a parishioner who believed she was being haunted by her missing sister vanishes. Show more

Contributors

Father Brown:
Mark Williams
Dorothy Underwood:
Lizzy McInnerny
Victor McKinley:
Andrew Havill
Selina McKinley:
Poppy Drayton
Sid Carter:
Alex Price
Mrs McCarthy:
Sorcha Cusack
Lady Felicia:
Nancy Carroll
Seth Wake:
Paul Warriner
Inspector Valentine:
Hugo Speer
SGT Allbright:
Keith Osborn
Inspector Sullivan:
Tom Chambers
Director:
Matt Carter
Series Producer:
Sam Hill
Producer:
Trudy Coleman
Executive Producer:
Will Trotter

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Available for 1 month

Drama documentary. King Harold of England has to take on two invasion forces. His brother Tostig attacks the south coast, then King Harald Hardrada lands in north England. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Dan Snow
William the Conqueror:
Ed Stoppard
Harald Hardrada:
Clive Russell
Harold Godwinson:
Adam James
Edward the Confessor:
Tim Preece
Matilda:
Freya Parker
Robert De Beaumont:
Jotham Annan
English Noble:
David Sterne
Archbishop Stigand:
Andrew Havill
Producer:
Tim Dunn
Director:
Tim Dunn
Series Producer:
Robin Dashwood

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Available for 1 month

Drama documentary. Duke William leads his vast invasion fleet across the Channel to face King Harold. The two armies meet at battle in Sussex on 14 October 1066. Show more

Contributors

Presenter:
Dan Snow
William the Conqueror:
Ed Stoppard
Harald Hardrada:
Clive Russell
Harold Godwinson:
Adam James
Edward the Confessor:
Tim Preece
Matilda:
Freya Parker
Robert De Beaumont:
Jotham Annan
English Noble:
David Sterne
Archbishop Stigand:
Andrew Havill
Producer:
Tim Dunn
Director:
Tim Dunn
Series Producer:
Robin Dashwood

Man In An Orange Shirt

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

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

Two-part drama telling two love stories, 60 years apart. Michael and Thomas fall in love in the heat of war but can their romance endure back home? Show more

Contributors

Michael Berryman:
Oliver Jackson-Cohen
Thomas March:
James McArdle
Flora Talbot:
Joanna Vanderham
Adam Berryman:
Julian Morris
Flora Berryman:
Vanessa Redgrave
Private Begley:
James Godden
Private Bates:
Tommy Bastow
Major Fanshawe:
Andrew Havill
Travis:
Ben Barker
Headmaster:
William Hoyland
Registrar:
Paul Clayton
Shopwalker:
Ed White
Producer:
Lisa Osborne

Partners in Crime

Episode 3: The Secret Adversary, Part Three

Duration: 1 hour

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

Mystery adventure series. Tommy's cover is blown, and the gang give him a job. Tuppence comes to his aid as they try to prevent an assassination. Show more

Contributors

Tommy Beresford:
David Walliams
Tuppence Beresford:
Jessica Raine
Julius Hersheimmer:
Clarke Peters
Whittington:
Jonny Phillips
Isabelle Pettigrew:
Mary Roscoe
James Peel KC:
Andrew Havill
Secretary of State:
Peter Vollebregt
CIA Agent:
Bentley Kalu
Producer:
Georgina Lowe
Executive Producer:
Hilary Bevan Jones
Director:
Edward Hall
Production Company:
Endor (T & T) Limited

The Ghost Hunter

Series 3

Episode 5: Hunter at the Door

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Ghoulish drama series. The children must get Albert through the time hole before it is too late.

Contributors

Mrs Crocker:
Jean Marsh
Professor Darcy:
Andrew Havill
William Povey:
Lee Godwin
Writer:
Ivan Jones
Producer:
David Bell

The Ghost Hunter

Series 3

Episode 6: Trapped in Time

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Ghoulish drama series. Has Mrs Croker finally cornered William?

Contributors

Mrs Crocker:
Jean Marsh
Professor Darcy:
Andrew Havill
William Povey:
Lee Godwin
Producer:
David Bell

The Ghost Hunter

Series 3

Episode 1: Time and Time Again

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Ghoulish drama series. William and Flora return to Victorian London, but the Ghost Hunter is in hot pursuit.

The Ghost Hunter

Series 3

Episode 2: The Time Travellers

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Ghoulish drama series. William, Flora and Sidney go in search of Roddy, but nothing is as it seems.

Contributors

Mrs Cocker:
Jean Marsh
Professor Darcy:
Andrew Havill
William Povey:
Lee Godwin
Sidney:
Nick Roud
Producer:
David Bell

The Ghost Hunter

Series 3

Episode 4: A Matter of Life and Death

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on CBBC ChannelLatest broadcast: on CBBC Channel

Ghoulish drama series. Leo and Bex discover something dreadful about baby Albert.

Contributors

Mrs Crocker:
Jean Marsh
Professor Darcy:
Andrew Havill
William Povey:
Lee Godwin
Producer:
David Bell

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

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

Drama starring Helena Bonham-Carter, Olivia Williams and Paul Bettany. In 1930s London, the affair between a man and his wife's sister has repercussions throughout all their lives. Show more