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Duration: 1 hour, 36 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two ScotlandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Drama. Disappointed with her life, forty-something Anna (Kathryn Worth) is forced to acknowledge her inner turmoil after arriving at an old friend's holiday home in Tuscany. Show more

WPC 56

Series 1

Episode 3: Great Pretenders

Duration: 45 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Northern IrelandLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales HD

Drama set in 1956 following the first WPC in a West Midlands town. Jack has a new suspect and an attack at the cafe leaves an officer's life in danger. Show more

Contributors

WPC Gina Dawson:
Jennie Jacques
DI Jack Burns:
Kieran Bew
SGT Sidney Fenton:
Charlie De'Ath
Desk SGT Peter Pratt:
Gerard Horan
Frank Marshall:
Philip Hill-Pearson
Cathy Sinclair:
Justine Michelle Cain
Bill Pearson:
Jack Derges
Linus Brody:
Tim Plester
Deborah Burns:
Marianne Oldham
Mary Cook:
Kelly Hotten
Chief Superintendent Coulson:
John Bowler
Valerie Parker:
Lynne Verrall
George Stern:
Mark Rice-Oxley
Henry Fuller:
Shaun Prendergast
Grace Fuller:
Mary Jo Randle
Reverend Buckley:
Richard Huw
Gerry Sullivan:
Adam Sopp
Young Pratt:
Tom Thompson
Young Coulson:
Samuel Young
PC Eddie Coulson:
Chris Overton
Chief Insp Roger Nelson:
John Light
Kevin Dodds:
Luke Williams
Philip Cook:
Nigel Boyle
Mr Walker:
Julien Ball
Donald Palmer:
Akemnji Ndifornyen
Sylvia Stewart:
Sarah Beck Mather
Mr Stewart:
David Maybrick
Mr Lewis:
Jim Creighton
Johnny Harris:
Daniel Ormerod
Lisa Harris:
Jennifer Bea
Sam Pratt:
Tom McLarney
Producer:
Mike Hobson
Producer:
Trudy Coleman
Executive Producer:
Will Trotter

The Outcast

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

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

Coming-of-age drama based on the novel by Sadie Jones. In the first of two parts, a boy's idyllic childhood is set on a new course when he is witness to a tragic accident. Show more

Contributors

Elizabeth Aldridge:
Hattie Morahan
Lewis Aldridge (Child):
Finn Elliot
Gilbert Aldridge:
Greg Wise
Dicky Carmichael:
Nathaniel Parker
Claire Carmichael:
Helen Bradbury
Kit Carmichael (Child):
Jocelyn MacNab
Tamsin Carmichael (Child):
Edie Whitehead
Anne Rawlins:
Abigail Cruttenden
Tom (Child):
Aran Bevan
Ed Rawlins (Child):
Adam Thomas Wright
Joanna (Child):
Sophie Sanderson
Fred Johnson (Child):
Cameron Lane
Dr Straechen:
Julian Wadham
Mr Liley, Coroner:
Michael Hadley
Constable Wilson:
Oliver Gilbert
Alice Aldridge:
Jessica Brown Findlay
Marjorie Dunford-Wood:
Claire Price
Lewis Aldridge:
George MacKay
Tamsin Carmichael:
Daisy Bevan
Kit Carmichael:
Jessica Barden
Ed Rawlins:
Hubert Burton
Fred Johnson:
Theo Cowan
Annie (Child):
Isabelle Jones
Jeanie Lee:
Leanne Best
Hilary Johnson:
Katy Maw
Magistrate:
Martin Wimbush
Producer:
Celia Duval
Director:
Ian Softley
Production Company:
Blueprint Pictures Limited

The Honourable Woman

Episode 4: The Ribbon Cutter

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Two HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Two England

Drama series. Going back eight years, a younger Hayden-Hoyle climbs the ranks of MI6 whilst Nessa and Atika endure atrocities as captives in Gaza. Show more

Contributors

Nessa Stein:
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Saleh Al-Zahid:
Philip Arditti
Atika Halabi:
Lubna Azabal
Monica Chatwin:
Eve Best
Ephra Stein:
Andrew Buchan
Anjelica Hayden-Hoyle:
Lindsay Duncan
Dame Julia Walsh:
Janet McTeer
Shlomo Zahary:
Igal Naor
Rachel Stein:
Katherine Parkinson
Sir Hugh Hayden-Hoyle:
Stephen Rea
Accordion:
Claudio Allodi
Education Minister:
Omar Azzouzi
Principal's Associate:
Rachid Berrada
Israeli Soldier:
Atticus Blick
University Principal:
Hassan El Guenouni
Ernest Blakefield:
Julian Firth
Magdi Muraji:
George Georgiou
Dinner Party Guest:
Michael Hadley
Daniel Borgoraz:
Paul Herzberg
Ephra's Office Assistant:
Kemi-Bo Jacobs
British News Reporter:
Jasper Jacob
Senior Education Minister:
Sam Kanater
Zahid Al-Zahid:
Nasser Memarzia
Violinist:
Maurice Meyer
Naming Ceremony Singer:
Sef Naaktgeboren
American News Reporter:
Patrick Poletti
British News Reporter:
Liza Sadovy
Female Palestinian Driver:
Malika Sayed
Dinner Party Guest:
Gregor Truter
Writer:
Hugo Blick
Producer:
Abi Bach
Producer:
Hugo Blick
Executive Producer:
Greg Brenman
Director:
Hugo Blick