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Peaky Blinders

Series 3

Episode 2

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Available for years

Period crime drama. Tommy discovers the extent of the mission given to him and the extreme lengths his new paymasters are willing to go to in their quest for power. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Shelby:
Cillian Murphy
Aunt Polly:
Helen McCrory
Arthur Shelby:
Paul Anderson
Grace Shelby:
Annabelle Wallis
John Shelby:
Joe Cole
Ada Shelby:
Sophie Rundle
Michael Gray:
Finn Cole
Charlie Strong:
Ned Dennehy
Princess Tatiana Petrovna:
Gaite Jansen
Grand Duke Leon Petrovna:
Jan Bijvoet
Grand Duchess Izabella:
Dina Korzun
Ruben Oliver:
Alexander Siddig
Father John Hughes:
Paddy Considine
Connor Nutley:
Ralph Ineson
Violinist:
Greg kolpakchi
Finn Shelby:
Harry Kirton
Vicente Changretta:
Kenneth Colley
Curly:
Ian Peck
Maitre'd:
Aaron Neil
Charlotte Murray:
Stephanie Hyam
Linda Shelby:
Kate Phillips
Inspector Moss:
Tony Pitts
Angel Nurse:
Sarah Gallagher
Charles Shelby:
Billy Marwood
Flying Squad Officer:
Ian Conningham
Daniel Preece:
Peter Rylands
Patrick Jarvis MP:
Alex Macqueen
Producer:
Simon Maloney
Director:
Tim Mielants

Peaky Blinders

Series 3

Episode 6

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Available for years

Period crime drama set in Birmingham. As Tommy prepares to commit the most audacious crime of his career, a blow is struck against him that could change everything. Show more

Contributors

Thomas Shelby:
Cillian Murphy
Aunt Polly:
Helen McCrory
Arthur Shelby:
Paul Anderson
John Shelby:
Joe Cole
Ada Shelby:
Sophie Rundle
Michael Gray:
Finn Cole
Charlie Strong:
Ned Dennehy
Lizzie Stark:
Natasha O'Keeffe
Princess Tatiana Petrovna:
Gaite Jansen
Ruben Oliver:
Alexander Siddig
Jonny Dogs:
Packy Lee
Father John Hughes:
Paddy Considine
Alfie Solomons:
Tom Hardy
Inspector Moss:
Tony Pitts
Curly:
Ian Peck
Finn Shelby:
Harry Kirton
Linda Shelby:
Kate Phillips
Charlotte Murray:
Stephanie Hyam
William Letso:
Peter Bankole
Monsieur Silk:
Dustin Demri-Burns
Daniel Preece:
Peter Rylands
Gilbert Palmer:
Paul Cawley
Business Man:
Bartley Burke
Bad Nurse:
Paula Wharton
Charles Shelby:
Billy Marwood
Producer:
Simon Maloney
Director:
Tim Mielants
Production Company:
Caryn Mandabach Production
Production Company:
Tiger Aspect Productions Ltd

South Riding

Episode 3

Duration: 1 hour

First broadcast: on BBC One HDLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series. Sarah throws herself into work to take her mind off the pain of unrequited love, while Carne comes to terms with the idea that Muriel can never be restored to him. Show more

Contributors

Sarah Burton:
Anna Maxwell Martin
Robert Carne:
David Morrissey
Producer:
Lisa Osborne
Mrs Beddows:
Penelope Wilton
Alfred Huggins:
John Henshaw
Desk Clerk:
Peter Rylands
Mr Beddows:
Stephen MacKenna
Mr Holly:
Shaun Dooley
Lydia Holly:
Charlie May-Clark
Midge Carne:
Katherine McGolpin
Joe Astell:
Douglas Henshall
Gaius Drew:
Ian Bartholomew
Anthony Snaith:
Peter Firth
Mrs Brimsley:
Marie Critchley
Bus Conductor:
Sebastian Shaw
Solicitor:
Jeff Merchant
Gertie Holly:
Alexandra Pearson
School Secretary:
Joanna Swain
Fisherman:
Carl Cieka
Muriel Carne:
Lydia Wilson
Clergyman:
Malcolm Raeburn
Lord Sedgmire:
Ralph Riach
Miss Sigglesthwaite:
Brid Brennan
Mrs Huggins:
Penny Layden
Bessy Warbuckle:
Janine Mellor
Reg Aythorne:
John Paul Hurley
Mrs Oldroyd:
Wendy Patterson
Young Robert Carne:
Daniel West
Lord Port:
William Rodell

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

Love, Lies & Records

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 58 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC One WestLatest broadcast: on BBC One Wales

Drama series. Registrar Kate tries to hold her work life and relationship together when a disgruntled colleague threatens to expose a secret from her past. Show more

Party Animals

Series 1

Episode 7

Duration: 12 hours

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC HD

Drama series set in the world of party politics. Danny urges Jo to seek counselling for her drink problem, while Kirsty will stop at nothing to climb the political ladder. Show more

Contributors

Scott Foster:
Andrew Buchan
Ashika Chandirimani:
Shelley Conn
Kirsty Mackenzie:
Andrea Riseborough
Danny Foster:
Matt Smith
James Northcote:
Patrick Baladi
Sophie Montgomery:
Clemency Burton-Hill
Matt Baker:
Pip Carter
Jo Porter:
Raquel Cassidy
Graham Sullivan:
Tony Turner
George Morgan:
Peter Wight
Douglas Turner:
Tom Beard
News 24 Presenter:
Carrie Gracie
Newsnight Presenter:
Martha Kearney
Adrian Chapple:
Sam Heughan