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Drama

Frank and the Bear

Duration: 45 minutes

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

By Emily Steel. Frank is a few hours old and critically ill. As doctors try to save him, Frank's parents tell him stories and hope for a happy ending. Starring Eve Myles. Show more

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Drama

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

One-off period comedy, peeping into the lives of a South Wales family's Christmases across the 1980s, written by comedian Mark Watson and inspired by a Dylan Thomas short story. Show more

Contributors

Uncle Huw:
Steve Speirs
Uncle Gorwel:
Paul Kaye
Young Maurice:
Jamie Burch
Older Owen:
Mark Williams
Carol singer:
Alex Beckett
Producer:
Steve Doherty

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Series 1: Origin

Origin: Episode Four

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Available for years

Fourth in a nine-part thriller starring Romola Garai. Written by Matthew Broughton. As new information comes to light, could a little boy locked in a coma hold the answers? Show more

Contributors

Michael:
Alex Beckett
Dr Petrauskas:
Tristan Sturrock
Inspector Kirby:
Jaimi Barbakoff
Security Guard:
John Norton
Jae Sung:
Leo Wan
Director:
Helen Perry

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Series 1: Origin

Origin: Episode Five

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Available for years

Fifth in a nine-part thriller starring Romola Garai. Written by Matthew Broughton. Helen is confined to her hospital bed. Show more

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Series 1: Origin

Origin: Episode Six

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Available for years

Helen uncovers disturbing details of a dark and illicit industry. Sixth in a nine-part thriller starring Romola Garai. Written by Matthew Broughton. Show more

Duration: 45 minutes

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

4 Extra Debut. Maris's fear sets her on a quest to save the life of her seriously ill husband as reality shifts. Stars Alexandra Roach. Show more

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Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 5: Catastrophisation

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Comedy series. Thirty two days to go, and it emerges that someone has been caught converting official Olympic starting pistols to fire live rounds. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Series Producer:
Paul Schlesinger
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman
Dave Mills:
Glen Davies
Rachel Crane:
Robin Weaver
Coco lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Brian McLoughlin:
Frankie McCafferty
Scott Coldwell:
Martin McDougall
Ryan Burr:
Bentley Kalu
Security Guard:
Jane Whittenshaw

Twenty Twelve

Series 2

Episode 6: Inclusivity Day

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Comedy series. Having been shot in the foot with a doctored starting pistol, head of deliverance Ian Fletcher discovers that he is also shortly to be without a PA. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Fi Healey:
Morven Christie
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Daniel Stroud:
Samuel Barnett
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Series Producer:
Paul Schlesinger
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman
Reporter - Sam:
Simon Wilson
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Carey Taylor:
Jessica Knappett
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Tony Griffiths:
Nicholas Jones

Twenty Twelve

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Comedy series following the challenges faced by those responsible for delivering the 2012 Olympics. A huge clock is to be installed outside Tate Modern. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Sally Owen:
Olivia Colman
Nick Jowett:
Vincent Franklin
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Graham Hitchins:
Karl Theobald
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Shaquille Lumsden:
Marcus Onilude
Anthony Preston:
Nicholas Greaves
Journalist:
Leila Farzad
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

W1A

Series 3

Episode 1

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy. In the year of charter renewal, head of values Ian Fletcher is tasked with identifying what the BBC does best and finding more ways of doing less of it better. Show more

Contributors

Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Ryan Chelford:
Ben Batt
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Jens Smit:
Kare Conradi
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Clive Cook:
Derek Riddell
Michael Chung:
Will Sharpe
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Narrator:
David Tennant
Participant:
Gary Lineker
Participant:
Alan Shearer
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

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Series 3

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy. Having dismissed the idea of losing gardening programmes as a way of saving money, the Renewal Team propose the cutting of the BBC Big Swing Band. Show more

Contributors

Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Faiza Rajah:
Priyanga Burford
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Fiona Craig:
Pooky Quesnel
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Adam Brady:
Laurence Howarth
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
Ray Fredericks:
Jeffery Kissoon
Fiona Craig's PA:
Emily Lloyd-Saini
Michael Chung:
Will Sharpe
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Donna Fredericks:
Shauna Shim
Himself:
Lenny Henry
Himself:
Dan Walker
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

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W1A

Series 3

Episode 6

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy. Claudia Winkleman is set to present On Your Bike but the deal is jeopardised with the news that an almost identical format has been developed and offered to Amanda Holden. Show more

Contributors

Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Fiona Craig:
Pooky Quesnel
Michael Chung:
Will Sharpe
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Narrator:
David Tennant
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman
Director of photography:
Ben Wheeler
Producer:
Paul Ralph
Production Coordinator:
Fiona Vanderburgh
Production Designer:
Les Stephenson
Art Director:
Olivia Young
Assistant Director:
Chris May
Camera Operator:
Barny Crocker
Camera Operator:
Greg Duffield
Focus Puller:
Geo Owen
Camera Assistant:
Vicky Harris
Camera Assistant:
Robbie Cairns
Script Supervisor:
Katie Collins
Costume designer:
Natalie Willis
Costume Supervisor:
Veri Ferraz
Best Boy:
Tom Guy
Electrician:
Steve Tatham
Location Manager:
Paula Lamont
Unit Manager:
Enest Ansah
Make-up Designer:
Nicola Coleman
Makeup Artist:
Suzi Long
Editor:
Robin Hill
Sound Recordist:
Stuart Piggott
Sound Recordist:
Tarn Willers
Boom Operator:
Amee Simpson

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Top Coppers

Episode 2: The Girdle of Randall Rogers

Duration: 29 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC ThreeLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

The comic adventures of Justice City's hero cops Mahogany and Rust. The star of hit sci-fi show Future Space starts receiving anonymous death threats. Show more

Contributors

John Mahogany:
Steen Raskopoulos
Mitch Rust:
John Kearns
McGockey:
Phil Wang
Captain Steele / Randall Rogers:
John Chancer
Nork / Charles Leatherby:
James Fleet
American TV Producer:
James Doherty
Richard:
Bertie Peek
Child Mahogany:
Oliver Ebsworth
Frank (voice only):
Alan Dale
Production Company:
Roughcut TV
Producer:
Bertie Peek

Love, Nina

Episode 1

Duration: 27 minutes

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

Drama set in 1982. Twenty-year-old Nina from Leicester moves to north London to care for the two young boys of the editor of a London literary review. Show more

Contributors

Ursula Vaughn-Williams:
Selina Cadell
Radio Interviewer:
Martha Kearney
Director:
SJ Clarkson
Executive Producer:
Jamie Laurenson
Executive Producer:
Iain Canning
Executive Producer:
Emile Sherman
Executive Producer:
Nina Stibbe
Executive Producer:
Nick Hornby
Executive Producer:
SJ Clarkson

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Series 1: Origin

Origin: Episode One

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Available for years

When a plane crashes in West Wales a dark mystery begins to unfold. The first in a major new nine-part conspiracy thriller, starring Romola Garai. Written by Matthew Broughton. Show more

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Series 1: Origin

Origin: Episode Three

Duration: 44 minutes

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

Available for years

Whilst trying to track down her father, Helen uncovers another disturbing medical mystery. Third in a nine-part thriller starring Romola Garai. Written by Matthew Broughton. Show more

W1A

Series 2

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

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

A one-hour special marks the return of the award-winning comedy about the BBC. One year on and head of values Ian Fletcher has finally got his own office. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Narrator:
David Tennant
Dan Shepherd:
Tom Basden
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Dave Green:
Andrew Brooke
Security Guard (NBH):
Asim Chaudhry
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Man in Broadcasting House:
Dan Mersh
Security Guard (OBH):
Marcus Onilude
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Richard Cartwright:
Samuel West
Camilla:
Clare Wille
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

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Series 2

Episode 4

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Award-winning comedy about the BBC. David needs to flesh out the programme idea behind One Big Family. And Lucy has been persuaded to take on a new job as head of Inclusivity. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
David Wilkes:
Rufus Jones
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Narrator:
David Tennant
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Azia Zamani:
Shelley Conn
Sadiq Iqbal:
Amit Shah
Director:
John Morton
Executive Producer:
Jon Plowman

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W1A

W1A

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 30 minutes

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

Comedy sequel to Twenty Twelve. The debate about the future of the BBC is not helped when Ian Fletcher's salary comes under intense scrutiny in the press. Show more

Contributors

Ian Fletcher:
Hugh Bonneville
Siobhan Sharpe:
Jessica Hynes
Simon Harwood:
Jason Watkins
Tracey Pritchard:
Monica Dolan
Will Humphries:
Hugh Skinner
Lucy Freeman:
Nina Sosanya
Anna Rampton:
Sarah Parish
Neil Reid:
David Westhead
Narrator:
David Tennant
Izzy Gould:
Ophelia Lovibond
Jack Patterson:
Jonathan Bailey
Ben Rosenstern:
Max Olesker
Jerry Guildencrantz:
Ivan Gonzalez
Dan Shepherd:
Tom Basden
Matt Taverner:
Daniel Ings
Coco Lomax:
Sara Pascoe
Barney Lumsden:
Alex Beckett
Karl Marx:
Joel Fry
Director:
John Morton

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W1A

Duration: 1 hour, 28 minutes

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

The amazing true story of Lady Worsley, whose elopement prompted her husband to sue her lover and sparked one of the greatest scandals of 18th-century England. Show more

Contributors

Seymour, Lady Worsley:
Natalie Dormer
Sir Richard Worsley:
Shaun Evans
George Bisset:
Aneurin Barnard
Wet Nurse:
Rebecca Cooper
Baby Jane (Newborn):
Albie Frost
Mr Hesse:
Robert Morgan
Captain Leversuch:
Alex Beckett
Mrs Leversuch:
Kirsty Hoiles
Elizabeth Figg:
Elizabeth Rider
Mary Sotheby:
Jessica Gunning
Hannah Commander:
Rose Shalloo
Ann Ekelso:
Scarlett Brookes
Viscount Deerhurst:
Oliver Chris
James Farrar:
Peter Sullivan
Lord North:
Richard McCabe
Baby Jane (4 Months):
Thomas Parker
Baby Jane (4 Months):
Tyler Parker
Mr Bearcroft:
Will Keen
Mr Wallace QC:
Craig Parkinson
Lord Chief Justice Mansfield:
David Calder
Jury Foreman:
Jonathan Coote
Lord Peterborough:
Tom Edden
Dr Osborn:
Michael Bott
Mary Marriott:
Sandra Huggett