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Doctors

Series 19

Episode 150: Suffer the Children

Duration: 29 minutes

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

Jimmi tries to get over his awkwardness with Ben to help him with an important speech. Ruhma has a bad first day at the Home Office Detention Centre. Show more

Contributors

Leyla Farooq:
July Namir
Ruhma Carter:
Bharti Patel
Anita Fuller:
Kate Wood
Dr Jimmi Clay:
Adrian Lewis Morgan
Mrs Tembe:
Lorna Laidlaw
Ben Galadima:
Michael Fatogun
Mick Hammond:
Jem Wall
Director:
Gary Williams
Producer:
Gail Evans
Executive Producer:
Mike Hobson

In The Flesh

Series 2

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Available for 10 months

Zombie drama series. Kieren's relationship with Simon takes an unexpected turn, provoked by PDS sufferer Freddie trying to win back his childhood sweetheart. Show more

Contributors

Kieren Walker:
Luke Newberry
Steve Walker:
Steve Cooper
Jem Walker:
Harriet Cains
Sue Walker:
Marie Critchley
Simon Monroe:
Emmett J Scanlan
Dr Tom Russo:
Paul Warriner
Freddie Preston:
Bryan Parry
Gary Kendal:
Kevin Sutton
Sandra Furness:
Fiona Wass
Maxine Martin:
Wunmi Mosaku
Philip Wilson:
Stephen Thompson
Amy Dyer:
Emily Bevan
Dean Halton:
Gerard Thompson
Frankie Kirby:
Eve Gordon
Henry Lonsdale:
Charlie Kenyon
Mrs Sylvia Lonsdale:
Kate Wood
Connie Furness:
Sara Kestelman
Producer:
John Rushton
Director:
Jim O'Hanlon

In The Flesh

Series 2

Episode 4

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Available for 10 months

Zombie drama series. Kieren makes a confession which sends shockwaves through the Walker family, and Philip's humiliating political downfall has an unexpected outcome. Show more

Contributors

Kieren Walker:
Luke Newberry
Steve Walker:
Steve Cooper
Jem Walker:
Harriet Cains
Sue Walker:
Marie Critchley
Simon Monroe:
Emmett J Scanlan
Gary Kendal:
Kevin Sutton
Sandra Furness:
Fiona Wass
Maxine Martin:
Wunmi Mosaku
Philip Wilson:
Stephen Thompson
Amy Dyer:
Emily Bevan
Dean Halton:
Gerard Thompson
Henry Lonsdale:
Charlie Kenyon
Mrs Sylvia Lonsdale:
Kate Wood
Connie Furness:
Sara Kestelman
Shirley Wilson:
Sandra Huggett
Producer:
John Rushton
Director:
Damon Thomas
Pearl Pinder:
Gillian Waugh
Duncan Lancaster:
Steve Garti
Loyal Parishioner:
Sarah Jane Corrigan

Gunpowder

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Three-part drama retelling the story of the gunpowder plot. Fawkes waits under Parliament, Garnet's loyalty is tested, and the conspirators make a last stand. Show more

Contributors

Robert Catesby:
Kit Harington
Father Henry Garnet:
Peter Mullan
Anne Vaux:
Liv Tyler
Lord Robert Cecil:
Mark Gatiss
Sir William Wade:
Shaun Dooley
Thomas Wintour:
Edward Holcroft
Guy Fawkes:
Tom Cullen
Father John Gerard:
Robert Emms
Thomas Percy:
Daniel West
Jack Wright:
Luke Neal
Thomas Bates:
Luke Broughton
Sir Everard Digby:
Philip Hill-Pearson
King James I:
Derek Riddell
Sir Philip Herbert:
Hugh Alexander
Lord Northumberland:
David Bamber
Lord Howard:
Simon Kunz
Constable of Castille:
Pedro Casablanc
De Tassis:
Andy Lucas
Young Robert Catesby:
Tom Sweet
George Farwell:
Josh Moran
Sir William Stanley:
Robert Gwilym
Wade's Underling:
Scott Berry
Whinniard:
Kate Wood
Lord Monteagle:
Sean Rigby
Bald Drinker:
Karl Haynes
Executive Producer:
Ollie Madden
Executive Producer:
Ronan Bennett
Executive Producer:
Daniel West
Executive Producer:
Kit Harington
Producer:
Laurie Borg
Director:
J Blakeson

Gunpowder

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Three-part drama retelling the story of the gunpowder plot. As the persecution of Catholics intensifies, a young nobleman resolves to avenge his kin. Show more

Contributors

Robert Catesby:
Kit Harington
Father Henry Garnet:
Peter Mullan
Anne Vaux:
Liv Tyler
Lord Robert Cecil:
Mark Gatiss
Sir William Wade:
Shaun Dooley
Thomas Wintour:
Edward Holcroft
Guy Fawkes:
Tom Cullen
Father John Gerard:
Robert Emms
Thomas Percy:
Daniel West
Jack Wright:
Luke Neal
Thomas Bates:
Luke Broughton
King James I:
Derek Riddell
Sir Philip Herbert:
Hugh Alexander
Lord Northumberland:
David Bamber
Lord Howard:
Simon Kunz
Constable of Castille:
Pedro Casablanc
De Tassis:
Andy Lucas
Lady Dorothy:
Sian Webber
Father Daniel:
Thom Ashley
Young Robert:
Tom Sweet
Lady Dorothy's Servant:
Eleanor Inglis
Captain William Turner:
Fergus O'Donnell
George Farwell:
Josh Moran
Jailer #1:
Murray Taylor
Jailer #2:
William Fox
Sir William Stanley:
Robert Gwilym
Wade's Underling:
Scott Berry
Elizabeth Catesby:
Beatrice Comins
Susan Whinniard:
Kate Wood
Monteagle:
Sean Rigby
Bald Drinker:
Karl Haynes
Hawksworth:
Kevin Eldon
Anne Hudson:
Shelley Draper
Strangled Madrid Woman:
Yolanda Calzado Gill
Football Dad:
Sean Croke
Mary Sparrow:
Vivienne Sloan
Court Clerk:
Richard Hand
Merchant:
Peter Rylands
Protestant Priest:
Gordon Mounsey
Executive Producer:
Ollie Madden
Executive Producer:
Ronan Bennett
Executive Producer:
Daniel West
Executive Producer:
Kit Harington
Producer:
Laurie Borg
Director:
J Blakeson

Gunpowder

Series 1

Episode 2

Duration: 59 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One Northern Ireland HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One West Midlands

Three-part drama retelling the story of the gunpowder plot. As Cecil closes in, Catesby seeks help for his rebellion and gathers plotters. Show more

Contributors

Robert Catesby:
Kit Harington
Father Henry Garnet:
Peter Mullan
Anne Vaux:
Liv Tyler
Lord Robert Cecil:
Mark Gatiss
Sir William Wade:
Shaun Dooley
Thomas Wintour:
Edward Holcroft
Guy Fawkes:
Tom Cullen
Father John Gerard:
Robert Emms
Thomas Percy:
Daniel West
Jack Wright:
Luke Neal
Thomas Bates:
Luke Broughton
King James I:
Derek Riddell
Sir Philip Herbert:
Hugh Alexander
Lord Northumberland:
David Bamber
Lord Howard:
Simon Kunz
Constable of Castille:
Pedro Casablanc
De Tassis:
Andy Lucas
Lady Dorothy:
Sian Webber
Father Daniel:
Thom Ashley
Young Robert:
Tom Sweet
Lady Dorothy's Servant:
Eleanor Inglis
Captain William Turner:
Fergus O'Donnell
George Farwell:
Josh Moran
Jailer #1:
Murray Taylor
Jailer #2:
William Fox
Sir William Stanley:
Robert Gwilym
Wade's Underling:
Scott Berry
Elizabeth Catesby:
Beatrice Comins
Susan Whinniard:
Kate Wood
Monteagle:
Sean Rigby
Bald Drinker:
Karl Haynes
Hawksworth:
Kevin Eldon
Anne Hudson:
Shelley Draper
Strangled Madrid Woman:
Yolanda Calzado Gill
Football Dad:
Sean Croke
Mary Sparrow:
Vivienne Sloan
Court Clerk:
Richard Hand
Merchant:
Peter Rylands
Protestant Priest:
Gordon Mounsey
Executive Producer:
Ollie Madden
Executive Producer:
Ronan Bennett
Executive Producer:
Daniel West
Executive Producer:
Kit Harington
Producer:
Laurie Borg
Director:
J Blakeson

In The Flesh

Series 2

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC Three HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Three

Available for 10 months

Zombie drama series. Kieren is keeping his head down in Roarton, but when a pro-living MP erupts into the village his instinct is to flee. Amy returns home with stranger in tow. Show more

Contributors

Kieren Walker:
Luke Newberry
Steve Walker:
Steve Cooper
Shirley Wilson:
Sandra Huggett
Jem Walker:
Harriet Cains
Ken Burton:
Ricky Tomlinson
Vicar Oddie:
Kenneth Cranham
Sue Walker:
Marie Critchley
Nervous PDS Sufferer:
Joseph Hamilton
Amy Dyer:
Emily Bevan
Ken's Nephew:
Luke Gardiner
Ken's Nephew:
Jack Gardiner
Female PDS Friend 1:
Chloe Harris
Female PDS Friend 2:
Christina Tam
Simon Monroe:
Emmett J Scanlan
Dr Tom Russo:
Paul Warriner
Freddie Preston:
Bryan Parry
Receptionist:
Anita Breheny
Gary Kendal:
Kevin Sutton
Maxine Martin:
Wunmi Mosaku
Philip Wilson:
Stephen Thompson
Pearl Pinder:
Gillian Waugh
Dean Halton:
Gerard Thompson
Charlotte Reigns:
Tasha Connor
Frankie Kirby:
Eve Gordon
Henry Lonsdale:
Charlie Kenyon
Sandra Furness:
Fiona Wass
Connie Furness:
Sara Kestelman
Clive Furness:
Chris Finney
Duncan Lancaster:
Steve Garti
Mrs Sylvia Lonsdale:
Kate Wood
Al Dugdale:
Joe Gill
Producer:
John Rushton
Director:
Jim O'Hanlon