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Holby City

Series 13

Episode 22: Too Much Monkey Business

Duration: 57 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC One Yorkshire

Medical drama series. An out-of-control Ollie unleashes a bombshell. Greg lands Shahira in trouble. Sacha reveals too much about Chrissie to Dan. Show more

Contributors

Penny Valentine:
Emma Catherwood
Frieda Petrenko:
Olga Fedori
Michael Spence:
Hari Dhillon
Antoine Malick:
Jimmy Akingbola
Oliver Valentine:
James Anderson
Sahira Shah:
Laila Rouass
Henrik Hanssen:
Guy Henry
Donna Jackson:
Jaye Jacobs
Greg Douglas:
Edward MacLiam
Sacha Levy:
Bob Barrett
Dan Hamilton:
Adam Astill
Chrissie Williams:
Tina Hobley
Elliot Hope:
Paul Bradley
Mary Claire-Carter:
Niamh McGrady
Peter Salter:
Andy Gathergood
Emma Kerrigan:
Brooke Kinsella
John Hockey:
Dudley Sutton
Catherine Salter:
Kate Williams
Tim Dunning:
Anthony Welsh
Producer:
Peter Bullock
Director:
Reza Moradi

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

The drama, based on true events, follows the days after bodies, thought to be those of Annette Nicholls and Paula Clenell, are discovered and the police close in on the murderer. Show more

Contributors

Rosemary Nicholls:
Sarah Lancashire
DCS Stewart Gull:
Ian Hart
Marie Alderton:
Juliet Aubrey
Annette Nicholls:
Eva Birthistle
Paula Clennell:
Natalie Press
Brian Tobin:
Sean Harris
Patrick Palmer:
David Bradley
Tom Stephens:
Joseph Mawle
DS Andy Henwood:
Adam Kotz
Isabella Clennell:
Kate Dickie
Alice Clennell:
Holliday Grainger
Rochelle:
Ruth Negga
Nat Cary:
Anton Lesser
Anneli Alderton:
Jaime Winstone
DCI John Quinton:
Christopher Fairbank
Stacey Nicholls:
Vicky McClure
PC Janet Humphrey:
Lisa Millett
DCI Dave Skevington:
Andy Gathergood
ACC Jacqui Cheer:
Jo McInnes
Annette's Father:
Roland Oliver
DS Roy Lambert:
Geoff Bell
Michael Duffy:
Matt Berry
Cathy Gull:
Rebecca Johnson
Martin Nicholls:
Tim Lewis
Sharon Nicholls:
Fiona Geddes
TV Cameraman:
Adrian Harris
TV Reporter:
David Craik
Felixstowe Road Man:
John McAndrew
Policewoman:
Renu Brindle
Journalist:
Alison Reid
Producer:
Simon Lewis
Resident 1:
Chris Brailsford
Resident 2:
Joe Hall
Resident 3:
Wendy Albiston
Female Journalist:
Jane McDowell
Journalist:
Jonathan Jones
OBS Man 1:
Chris Reilly
OBS Man 2:
Ian Pirie
Steven Wright:
Chris McCalphy
Client 1:
Sarah Wyatt
Arresting Officer:
Rufus Wright

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

The story of the five young women murdered in Ipswich in 2006, dramatised from the testimony of many of those closest to them. This episode focuses on Anneli Alderton. Show more

Contributors

Rosemary Nicholls:
Sarah Lancashire
DCS Stewart Gull:
Ian Hart
Anneli Alderton:
Jaime Winstone
Marie Alderton:
Juliet Aubrey
Tom Alderton:
Al Weaver
Annette Nicholls:
Eva Birthistle
Gemma Adams:
Aisling Loftus
Paula Clennell:
Natalie Press
Brian Tobin:
Sean Harris
Patrick Palmer:
David Bradley
Tom Stephens:
Joseph Mawle
DS Andy Henwood:
Adam Kotz
Rochelle:
Ruth Negga
DCI John Quinton:
Christopher Fairbank
Stacey Nicholls:
Vicky McClure
PC Janet Humphrey:
Lisa Millett
DCI Dave Skevington:
Andy Gathergood
ACC Jacqui Cheer:
Jo McInnes
Callum's Heavy:
Kirris Riviere
Receptionist:
Janet Behan
Felixstowe Road Man:
John McAndrew
Motorcycle Shop Owner:
Richard Thornes
News Reporter:
Sabet Choudhury
Taxi Driver:
Tim J Henley
Journalist 1:
Dan Tetsell
Journalist 2:
Alison Reid
Producer:
Simon Lewis

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC Four

Drama based on true events. With the discovery of two bodies in quick succession, fear and panic begin to take hold on the streets of Ipswich. Show more

Contributors

Rosemary Nicholls:
Sarah Lancashire
DCS Stewart Gull:
Ian Hart
Marie Alderton:
Juliet Aubrey
Annette Nicholls:
Eva Birthistle
Paula Clennell:
Natalie Press
Tom Alderton:
Al Weaver
Rochelle:
Ruth Negga
Anneli Alderton:
Jaime Winstone
Brian Tobin:
Sean Harris
Patrick Palmer:
David Bradley
Tom Stephens:
Joseph Mawle
DS Andy Henwood:
Adam Kotz
Nat Cary:
Anton Lesser
Isabella Clennell:
Kate Dickie
Alice Clennell:
Holliday Grainger
DCI John Quinton:
Christopher Fairbank
Stacey Nicholls:
Vicky McClure
PC Janet Humphrey:
Lisa Millett
DCI Dave Skevington:
Andy Gathergood
ACC Jacqui Cheer:
Jo McInnes
DS Roy Lambert:
Geoff Bell
Annette's Father:
Roland Oliver
Martin Nicholls:
Tim Lewis
Sharon Nicholls:
Fiona Geddes
Journalist:
Leona Walker
TV Cameraman:
Adrian Harris
TV Reporter:
David Craik
Journalist:
Alison Reid
Journalist:
Dan Tetsell
Producer:
Simon Lewis
News Reporter:
Sabet Choudhury
Journalist:
Jonathan Jones
Female Passenger:
Rachael Fagan

The Last Kingdom

Series 1

Episode 2

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Historical drama. After the massacre of his family, Uhtred finds himself in dangerous limbo - neither Saxon nor Dane. He approaches fearsome Viking warlord Ubba for protection. Show more

Contributors

Brida:
Emily Cox
Leofric:
Adrian Bower
Odda the Elder:
Simon Kunz
Aethelwold:
Harry McEntire
Odda the Younger:
Brian Vernel
Beocca:
Ian Hart
King Edmund:
Jason Flemyng
Edgar the Archer:
Andy Gathergood
Pretty Servant:
Nora Horich
King Aethelred:
Alec Newman
East Anglian Dane:
Sergej Onopko
Storri the Scorcerer:
Henning Valin
Director:
Nick Murphy

The Hour

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama. In 1956, two BBC reporters, Bel Rowley and Freddie Lyon, apply to join an ambitious new current affairs programme. A chance meeting involves Freddie in a dark conspiracy. Show more

Contributors

Freddie Lyon:
Ben Whishaw
Bel Rowley:
Romola Garai
Hector Madden:
Dominic West
Clarence Fendley:
Anton Lesser
Lix Storm:
Anna Chancellor
Angus McCain:
Julian Rhind-Tutt
Isaac Wengrow:
Joshua McGuire
Sissy Cooper:
Lisa Greenwood
Thomas Kish:
Burn Gorman
Douglas Owen:
John Bowe
Marnie Madden:
Oona Chaplin
Malcolm Lyon:
Robert Demeger
Wallace Sherwin:
Ken Bones
Professor Beckett:
Nicholas Woodeson
Adam Le Ray:
Andrew Scott
Ruth Elms:
Vanessa Kirby
Peter Darrall:
Jamie Parker
George Hemmings:
Jason Watkins
Floor Manager Ron:
Paul Chahidi
Newsagent:
Colin Spaull
Newsreader Johnny:
Nick Caldecott
Police Officer Charlie:
Andy Gathergood
Cloakroom Girl:
Amie Francis
Writer:
Abi Morgan
Director:
Coky Giedroyc

Genres

Duration: 1 hour, 55 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC Two EnglandLatest broadcast: on BBC Two Northern Ireland HD

Available for 8 hours, 6 minutes

Drama. Author Juliet Ashton receives a letter from a Guernsey farmer inviting her to attend his literary society. What Juliet discovers on the island leads to her staying much longer than planned. Show more

Contributors

Eddie Meares:
Andy Gathergood
Eben Ramsay:
Tom Courtenay
Juliet Ashton:
Lily James
Isola Pribby:
Katherine Parkinson
Director:
Mike Newell
Elisabeth McKenna:
Jessica Brown Findlay
Dawsey Adams:
Michiel Huisman
Charlotte Stimple:
Bronagh Gallagher
Amelia Maugery:
Penelope Wilton
Eli Ramsay:
Kit Connor
Writer:
Kevin Hood
Mrs Burns:
Bernice Stegers
Mark Reynolds:
Glen Powell
Sidney Stark:
Matthew Goode
Writer:
Don Roos

Ripper Street

Series 3

Episode 1: Whitechapel Terminus

Duration: 59 minutes

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

Crime drama set in Victorian Whitechapel. After four years, Reid, Drake and Jackson reunite to solve the mystery of a cataclysmic locomotive disaster. Show more

Contributors

Detective Inspector Edmund Reid:
Matthew Macfadyen
Detective Sergeant Bennet Drake:
Jerome Flynn
Captain Homer Jackson:
Adam Rothenberg
Long Susan:
MyAnna Buring
Rose Erskine:
Charlene McKenna
Mimi Morton:
Lydia Wilson
Sergeant Donald Artherton:
David Wilmot
Ch. Insp. Fred Abberline:
Clive Russell
Fred Best:
David Dawson
PC Bobby Grace:
Josh O'Connor
Dr Amelia Frayn:
Louise Brealey
Ronald Capshaw:
John Heffernan
Jane Cobden:
Leanne Best
Gregory Enright:
Raymond Waring
Herbert Cree:
Dermot Magennis
Signalman:
Andy Gathergood
Necropolis Driver:
Mark Mooney
Station Guard:
Tim Hibberd
Director:
Andy Wilson
Producer:
Lucy Dyke
Production Company:
Tiger Aspect Productions Ltd