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Small Island

Episode 2

Duration: 1 hour, 30 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Andrea Levy's award-winning story of Jamaicans and Londoners involved in the Second World War. Hortense learns that England is not the golden land she hoped it would be. Show more


Naomie Harris
Ruth Wilson
Hugh Quarshie
Shaun Parkes
Mr Todd:
Roger Sloman
Mr Johnson:
Tom Watt
Billy Carter
PO Worker 1:
Jonathan Harden
PO Worker 2:
Neal McWilliams
Woman with sweet:
Gillian Raine
Young Lad:
Andrew McMahon
Young Lad:
Joseph Hearns
Mrs Harper:
Laura Hughes
Kerri McLean
Cara Shearer
Lee Simmonds

New Tricks

Series 5

Episode 3: A Face for Radio

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One South EastLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Drama series about a group of ex-cops investigating unsolved crimes. The team reinvestigates the murder of a popular DJ who died live on air after an arson attack. Show more


Brian Lane:
Alun Armstrong
Sandra Pullman:
Amanda Redman
Gerry Standing:
Dennis Waterman
D A C Strickland:
Anthony Calf
Esther Lane:
Susan Jameson
Jeremy Kirk:
Reece Shearsmith
Cameron Wyatt:
George Asprey
Sharon Revie:
Alison Egan
Sarah Madeley:
Kellie Bright
Graham Madeley:
Danny Webb
Georgina Achebe:
Brigid Zengeni
Harriet Longthorn:
Gillian Raine
Voice of Johnny Deacon:
Martin Ball
Martyn Friend

Miss Marple

At Bertram's Hotel


Duration: 1 hour, 48 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland (Analogue)Latest broadcast: on BBC Two Scotland

Drama. Family intrigue, midnight assailants and a vanishing cleric at Bertram's Hotel provide Miss Marple with a tantalising case. Show more


Miss Marple:
Joan Hickson
Lady Bess Sedgwick:
Caroline Blakiston
Lady Selina:
Joan Greenwood
Colonel Luscombe:
James Cossins
Elvira Blake:
Helena Mitchell
Mr Humfries:
Peter Baldwin
Miss Gorridge:
Irene Sutcliffe
Michael Gorman:
Brian McGrath
Chief Inspector Davy:
George Baker
Sir Ronald Graves:
Douglas Milvain
Bridget Sotheby:
Charlotte Barker
Doctor Whittaker:
Edward Burnham
BEA Stewardess:
Amanda Royle
Woman at Airport:
Daphne Neville
Tv Commentator:
Donald Burton
Sally Howe
Canon Pennyfather:
Preston Lockwood
Ladislaus Mulinowski:
Robert Reynolds
Mrs Cabot:
Helen Horton
Inspector Campbell:
Philip Bretherton
Richard Egerton:
Randal Herley
Mary McMurray
Jill Hyem

The Hour

Series 2

Episode 1

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Drama. November 1957. Freddie has been fired, leaving Bel struggling to keep Hector in line, as a new head of news is welcomed to The Hour. Show more


Freddie Lyon:
Ben Whishaw
Bel Rowley:
Romola Garai
Hector Madden:
Dominic West
Lix Storm:
Anna Chancellor
Angus McCain:
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Randall Brown:
Peter Capaldi
Camille Mettier:
Lizzie Brochere
Bill Kendall:
Tom Burke
Marnie Madden:
Oona Chaplin
Isaac Wengrow:
Joshua McGuire
Sissy Cooper:
Lisa Greenwood
Raphael Cilenti:
Vincent Riotta
Laurie Stern:
Peter Sullivan
Kiki Delaine:
Hannah Tointon
Rosa Maria Ramirez:
Hannah John-Kamen
Joe Cole
Detective Attwood:
Robert Whitelock
Minister Howard Satchell:
Laurence Kennedy
McCains Young Man:
Max Fowler
Mrs Goldman:
Gillian Raine
Mr Goldman:
Alfred Hoffman
Floor Manager:
John Cummins
Society Photographer:
Dominik Golding
Book Dealer:
Peter Silverleaf
Abi Morgan


Duration: 1 hour, 23 minutes

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

Available for 8 days

Adaptation of Tennessee Williams's classic play, A wealthy matriarch seeks out a neurosurgeon to help her niece erase the memory of a tragic event.


Violet Venable:
Maggie Smith
Catharine Holly:
Natasha Richardson
Doctor Cukrowicz:
Rob Lowe
George Holly:
Richard E. Grant
Miss Foxhill:
Gillian Raine
Richard Eyre

Duration: 1 hour, 25 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Four

Tennessee Williams's 1959 play about a Southern matriarch who wants a neuro-surgeon to perform a lobotomy on her supposedly-mad niece, featuring the late Natasha Richardson. Show more


Violet Venable:
Maggie Smith
Catharine Holly:
Natasha Richardson
Doctor Cukrowicz:
Rob Lowe
Richard Eyre