New comedy series. Starring Charlotte as Hannah. Fridays 9:30pm on BBC3.
Comedy drama. Felix plays Boris. Friday 8th 9pm on Walter.
Comedy drama. Harry plays Chief Superintendent Charles Addison. Friday 8th, 9pm on BBC1.
New three part series. Paul plays Sargent Mitchell. Starts Thursday 7th 9pm on BBC3.
New series. Set in First World War. Dominic plays Maurice Dease. Starts Thursday 7th 9pm on BBC3.
Brand new series. Sacha plays Dev. Tuesdays 9pm on BBC1.
Series 3. Morven plays Sally Goodman. Monday 9pm on BBC1.
Series 3. Mark plays James Moore. Monday 9pm on BBC1.
Series 3. Gary plays Sgt Fidel Best. Monday 9pm on BBC1.
Series 8. Richard plays Charles Roper. Sunday 8pm on ITV.
Series 16. Joy plays Claire Hill. Wednesday 1:45pm on BBC1.
Four late twenty-somethings in a house-share in London. Rosamund plays Alex. Available on BBC iPlayer from Sunday 20th July.
Four late twenty-somethings in a house-share in London. Available on BBC iPlayer from Sunday 20th July.
Series 2. Bruce plays the surgeon in this episode. Tuesday 22nd July, 10pm on C4.
Juliet plays Bridget. Tuesday 22nd July, 10pm on C4.
Series 2. Drama following the lives of factory staff in the 19th-century. Mark plays John Howlett. Sundays 8pm on C4.
Series 2. Drama following the lives of factory staff in the 19th-century. Aidan plays John Doherty. Sundays 8pm on C4.
Series 2. Drama following the lives of factory staff in the 19th-century. Matthew plays Daniel. Sundays 8pm on C4.
Laurie Taylor interviews Andy Kershaw. Available to watch on Sky on demand.
You can see Richard in Downhill, a tale of old school friends who reunite. In cinemas now. Check out his brand new reel!
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AMANDA DREW STARS AS OLIVIA IN TWELFTH NIGHT   18th Jan 2011
Sir Peter Hall's production at The National Theatre is now running.
Shipwrecked on the shore of Illyria, Viola believes her twin brother Sebastian to be drowned. She disguises herself as a boy and enters the service of the love-sick Duke, Orsino, who proceeds to send her to woo Olivia on his behalf. This plan creates a chaos of mistaken identities and confused desires. Even the pompous Malvolio, duped by Sir Toby Belch and his ebullient companions, dons his yellow stockings in pursuit of a dream.
To celebrate his eightieth birthday, former Director of the National Theatre Peter Hall returns to direct this fine romantic comedy. His daughter Rebecca Hall makes her NT debut as Viola.