Call number: V-1678


FYWELL, Tim
Cambridge Spies
Part IV
BBC, in association with Perpetual Motion Pictures Ltd
Producer: Mark Shivas
Executive producers: Gareth Neame, Laura Mackie, Sally Woodward Gentle
Co-producer: Alison Gee
Screenplay: Peter Moffat
Photography: David Higgs
Production design: Mike Gunn
Music: John Lunn

Guy Burgess      	Tom Hollander
Anthony Blunt    	Samuel West
Donald Maclean	 	Rupert Penry-Jones
Kim Philby       	Toby Stephens
Miriam Block		Jenna Harrison	 	
Charlie Givens		Simon Woods	 	
Porter			Colin Higgins	 	
Michael Frank		Daniel Hart	 	
Julian Bell      	Patrick Kennedy
Oliver Lester		Adam Blackwood	 	
Arthur Quigley		Peter Eyre	 	
Rightwing Student	Nicholas Burns	 	
Otto             	Marcel Iures
Litzi Friedman		Lisa Dillon	 	
Prof Bruno Klein	Leon Lissek	 	
Jack Hewit		Stuart Laing	 	
First BBC man		Michael Parkhouse
Second BBC man		Miles Richardson
Luisa Jimenez		Aleksandra Hertxberg
Lord Raveley	 	Nicholas Day
Sir Michael Boal  	Simon Jones
Sir Clive Woodham	Simon Masterton Smith
Prince of Wales		Julian Firth
Policeman 		Matthew Bell	 	
Frank Cliff		John Warnaby	 	
Magistrate		Geoffrey Harris
Prosecutor 		Philip Anthony
BBC Presenter		Mark Shivas	 	
Fanny Battle		Gillian Goodman
Tea Lady 		Jeanne Hepple	 	
Norma 			Michelle Newell
Edward Hand 		Benedict Cumberbatch
David Joy 		Freddie Stevenson
Frances Doble 		Nancy Crane
Mother			Mireia Rojo	 	
Son			Manuel Munoz	 	
Priest			Alberto Martin Alvarez
Guardsman Rutter 	Christopher James	 		
The Queen        	Imelda Stauton
Marge			Mary Jo Randle
Woman at Bar 		Christiane Spivey	 	
Melinda Maclean		Anna-Louise Plowman	 	
Henry			Darrell D'Silva	 	
Captain Clough		Ben Meyjes	 	
Major Hart 		Ian Shaw	 	
Father Day		David Savile	 	
Colonel Winter 		Ronald Pickup	 	
Guy Liddell		Angus Wright	 	
James Angleton 		John Light	 	
Drunk Girl		Kate Ford	 	
King George VI		Anthony Andrews	 	
Philip Statman		Jonathan Burn	 	
Cairncross		Alastair Galbraith	 	
Boris			Boris Isarov	 	
Captain Nash 		Kathryn Akin	 	
British Corporal	Lee Colley	 	
Krivitsky		Joe Searby	 	
Aileen Furse 		Lucy Russell	 	
Lord Halifax		James Fox	 	
K			Martin McDougall	
Klaus Fuchs 		Garrick Hagon	 	
1st Diplomat		Charles Cartmell	 	
1st Wife 		Annabel Mullion	 	
Mrs Angleton		Emma Davies	 	
General Bedell Smith	John Guerrasio	 	
Noelle Ivanisevic	Nancy Crane	 	
Fergus Maclean (aged 5)	Thaddeus Small
60 minutes
In English
BBC2, 30 May 2003

AND
3 minutes of irrelevance

AND

The Treasures of St Petersburg and the Hermitage
Part One

[Three-part documentary series celebrating the 300th anniversary of the founding of St Petersburg. This first programme focuses on Peter the Great's personal mission to make his new imperial capital Russia's 'window on Europe'.]
Narrated by Tim Marlow
Directed by Graham Addicott
Produced by Natasha Sweeney
Executive producer: Graham Addicott

30 minutes
Channel Five, 10 June 2003

AND

The Treasures of St Petersburg and the Hermitage
Part Two

[The second of a three-part documentary series celebrating the 300th anniversary of the founding of St Petersburg. This programme examines the treasures collected for the Hermitage Museum by the Russian Empress Catherine the Great.]
Narrated by Tim Marlow
Directed by Graham Addicott
Produced by Natasha Sweeney
Executive producer: Graham Addicott

30 minutes
Channel Five, 17 June 2003

AND

The Treasures of St Petersburg and the Hermitage
Part Three

[The final part of a documentary series celebrating the 300th anniversary of the founding of St Petersburg. It focuses on the effects of the 20th century on the great Hermitage Museum which was at the heart of the Bolshevik Revolution. Ironically, its famous collection of Impressionist art was a direct result of the Revolution.]
Narrated by Tim Marlow
Directed by Graham Addicott
Produced by Natasha Sweeney
Executive producer: Graham Addicott

30 minutes
Channel Five, 24 June 2003

Source: BBC2, 30 May 2003 and Channel Five, 10, 17 and 24 June 2003
System: Pal


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