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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

Contributors

Hortense:
Naomie Harris
Queenie:
Ruth Wilson
Narrator:
Hugh Quarshie
Winston:
Shaun Parkes
Mr Todd:
Roger Sloman
Mr Johnson:
Tom Watt
Shopkeeper:
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
Josephine:
Kerri McLean
Granddaughter:
Cara Shearer
Grandson:
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

Contributors

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
Director:
Martyn Friend

Miss Marple

At Bertram's Hotel

Feature-Length

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

Contributors

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
Voiceovers:
Sally Howe
Canon Pennyfather:
Preston Lockwood
Ladislaus Mulinowski:
Robert Reynolds
Mrs Cabot:
Helen Horton
Inspector Campbell:
Philip Bretherton
Richard Egerton:
Randal Herley
Director:
Mary McMurray
Writer:
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

Contributors

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
Trevor:
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
Writer:
Abi Morgan

Genres

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.

Contributors

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

Contributors

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