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Duration: 1 hour, 53 minutes

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

Adaptation of the classic Louisa May Alcott story. The March sisters must fend for themselves when their father goes to fight in the American Civil War. Show more

Contributors

Jo March:
Winona Ryder
Meg March:
Trini Alvarado
Older Amy March:
Samantha Mathis
Younger Amy March:
Kirsten Dunst
Beth March:
Claire Danes
Friedrich Bhaer:
Gabriel Byrne
John Brooke:
Eric Stoltz
Mrs March:
Susan Sarandon
Aunt March:
Mary Wickes
Mr Laurence:
John Neville
Belle Gardiner:
Corrie Clark
Mrs Gardiner:
Rebecca Toolan
Sally Moffat:
Janne Mortil
Jacob Mayer:
Donal Logue
Producer:
Denise DiNovi
Composer:
Thomas Newman
Director of photography:
Geoffrey Simpson

Duration: 1 hour, 31 minutes

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

Robin Wright Penn and Alan Arkin star in this romantic comedy drama about the complexities of marriage and one woman's bittersweet journey of self-discovery. Show more

Contributors

Herb Lee:
Alan Arkin
Young Pippa:
Blake Lively
Suky Sarkissian:
Maria Bello
Grace Lee:
Zoe Kazan
Sam Shapiro:
Mike Binder
Distributor:
Bontonfilm

Duration: 1 hour, 35 minutes

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

Spy thriller. Whilst hiding out on the Turks & Caicos islands, an MI5 agent's life becomes endangered after he becomes entangled in a scandal that involves the prime minister. Show more

Contributors

Johnny Worricker:
Bill Nighy
Margot Tyrell:
Helena Bonham Carter
Stirling Rogers:
Rupert Graves
Melanie Fall:
Winona Ryder
Curtis Pelissier:
Christopher Walken
Gary Bethwaite:
Dylan Baker
Clare Clovis:
Meredith Eaton
Dido Parsons:
Zach Grenier
Natalie Helier:
Julie Hewlett
Frank Church:
James Naughton
Jim Carroll:
Malik Yoba
Aldous Helier:
Hansel Piper
Rollo Maverley:
Ewen Bremner
Colin Maitlis:
Kobna Holdbrook-Smith
Alec Beasley:
Ralph Fiennes
Producer:
Celia Duval
Director:
David Hare
Writer:
David Hare