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Battle Lines. Don plays Jesse Law. Tuesday 22nd 8pm on BBC1.
'A terrific black comedy that touches greatness' **** The Guardian. Killian plays Milo Herlihy. In cinemas now.
Rory picked up Best Actor at the Olivier Awards 2014 for Othello, National Theatre.
Funny family drama created from real life stories. Cathy stars as Amma. On tour until 3rd May. Tickets:
Rob Brydon's new entertainment show. James guests on the show Saturday 9:30pm on BBC1.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. Andrew plays Grunwald. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. David plays Piero da Vinci. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
New historical drama. Eve plays Angelica. Tuesday 9pm on Channel 4.
Series 2. Blue Lightning. Bill plays James Perez. Tuesday 8th April, 9pm on BBC1.
Brand new series 4 of the hit show. Indira will join the cast as Ellaria Sand. Mondays 9pm on Sky Atlantic.
New psychological crime drama series. Felix plays Rob. Mondays 9pm on ITV1.
**** RT. War drama film set in 1943. David plays Kiesel. Sunday 11:30pm on BBC2.
New drama set in the First World War. Suranne plays Sister Joan Livesey. Sundays 9pm on BBC1.
Arnold will be honoured with the award at the inaugural Scottish Comedy Awards in Glasgow. Monday 31st March at 7pm.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. Blake plays Girolamo Riario. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. Gregg Chillin plays Zoroaster. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. Elliot Cowan plays Lorenzo Medici. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
Brand new series 2. Historical fantasy drama returns. Kieran plays Duke Alfonso. Fridays 10pm on Fox.
Series 2. Nico plays Northern character Finn. Catch up on 4OD or on E4 Monday @10pm. Brand new reel available.
New series 3. Hugh plays Roland Wise. Tonight 10pm on BBC2.
Claire Keelan plays PA Emma in The TripMichael Winterbottom directs Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon in a beautifully improvised comic road trip through the North of England.

One of the significant pleasures of Michael Winterbottom's Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story (also starred Claire Keelan) was the fractious, funny relationship between actors Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon. Their competitive friendship resurfaces in this feature length treatment of their new BBC series, again directed by Winterbottom, in which they play 'loose versions' of themselves. Coogan is commissioned by The Observer to take a road trip through the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District, reviewing some of the regions' most notable restaurants, and asks Brydon to accompany him as a last minute stand in when his girlfriend bails from the tour. Against a backdrop of stunning scenery and equally impressive cuisine, the pair are soon bickering about anything and everything, and whilst Brydon pines for his wife and baby, Coogan copes with the absence of his girlfriend by notching up a series of one night stands. Mostly though they trade impressions and insults (gentle and otherwise), and their matchless improvisations (taking in Michael Caine, Al Pacino and Anthony Hopkins amongst others) are a comic delight. That said, there is poignancy and vulnerability here too, and signs of real bravery at work.
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