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The Winter's Tale

Duration: 2 hours, 44 minutes

First broadcast: on BBC FourLatest broadcast: on BBC Four HD

Available for 3 months

Set across a span of 16 years, from the coronation to the moon landings, a new production of Shakespeare's play, staged for the screen by the Royal Shakespeare Company. Show more

Contributors

Capital

Episode 1

Duration: 1 hour

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

Contemporary drama. On one day, the people of one South London street all receive an anonymous postcard with the simple message 'we want what you have'. Show more

A Very English Scandal

Series 1

Episode 2

Duration: 55 minutes

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

Available for 7 months

With Thorpe's old affair with Norman Scott threatening to derail his political career, will Jeremy stop at nothing to silence Norman? Show more

Contributors

Jeremy Thorpe:
Hugh Grant
Norman Scott:
Ben Whishaw
Peter Bessell:
Alex Jennings
Lord Arran:
David Bamber
Emlyn Hooson:
Jason Watkins
Ursula Thorpe:
Patricia Hodge
Messenger:
Chris Ashby
Sergeant-at-arms:
Andrew French
Norman Van de Vater:
Nicholas Blane
Diana Stainton:
Naomi Battrick
Lord Kilmuir:
John Bett
Countess of Arran:
Susan Wooldridge
Returning Officer:
Nick Malinowski
Mike Steele:
Morgan Watkins
BBC Radio Interviewer:
Ben Moor
Luke Mackenzie:
Daryl McCormack
Caroline Allpass:
Alice Orr-Ewing
Producer:
Dan Winch
Executive Producer:
Russell T Davies
Executive Producer:
Graham Broadbent
Executive Producer:
Peter Czernin
Executive Producer:
Diarmuid McKeown
Executive Producer:
Dominic Treadwell-Collins
Executive Producer:
Lucy Richer
Executive Producer:
Stephen Frears

A Very English Scandal

Series 1

Episode 3

Duration: 58 minutes

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

Available for 7 months

Having survived a bungled attempt on his life, Norman Scott publicly accuses Jeremy Thorpe of being behind a plot to kill him. The men go to court with the world watching. Show more

Contributors

Jeremy Thorpe:
Hugh Grant
Norman Scott:
Ben Whishaw
Peter Bessell:
Alex Jennings
Lord Arran:
David Bamber
Emlyn Hooson:
Jason Watkins
Ursula Thorpe:
Patricia Hodge
Messenger:
Chris Ashby
Sergeant-at-arms:
Andrew French
Norman Van de Vater:
Nicholas Blane
Diana Stainton:
Naomi Battrick
Lord Kilmuir:
John Bett
Countess of Arran:
Susan Wooldridge
Returning Officer:
Nick Malinowski
Mike Steele:
Morgan Watkins
BBC Radio Interviewer:
Ben Moor
Luke Mackenzie:
Daryl McCormack
Caroline Allpass:
Alice Orr-Ewing
Executive Producer:
Russell T Davies
Producer:
Dan Winch
Executive Producer:
Graham Broadbent
Executive Producer:
Peter Czernin
Executive Producer:
Diarmuid McKeown
Executive Producer:
Dominic Treadwell-Collins
Executive Producer:
Lucy Richer
Executive Producer:
Stephen Frears

A Very English Scandal

Series 1

Episode 1

Duration: 56 minutes

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

Available for 7 months

Politician Jeremy Thorpe begins a whirlwind affair with a stable hand, Norman Scott. But when the relationship turns sour, Norman becomes a secret Jeremy is desperate to hide. Show more

Contributors

Jeremy Thorpe:
Hugh Grant
Norman Scott:
Ben Whishaw
Peter Bessell:
Alex Jennings
Lord Arran:
David Bamber
Emlyn Hooson:
Jason Watkins
Ursula Thorpe:
Patricia Hodge
Messenger:
Chris Ashby
Sergeant-at-arms:
Andrew French
Norman Van de Water:
Nicholas Blane
Diana Stainton:
Naomi Battrick
Lord Kilmuir:
John Bett
Countess of Arran:
Susan Wooldridge
Returning Officer:
Nick Malinowski
Mike Steele:
Morgan Watkins
BBC Radio Interviewer:
Ben Moor
Luke Mackenzie:
Daryl McCormack
Caroline Allpass:
Alice Orr-Ewing
Producer:
Dan Winch
Executive Producer:
Russell T Davies
Executive Producer:
Diarmuid McKeown
Executive Producer:
Graham Broadbent
Executive Producer:
Peter Czernin
Executive Producer:
Dominic Treadwell-Collins
Executive Producer:
Lucy Richer
Executive Producer:
Stephen Frears