Interview: Charlotte Spencer chats about BBC One’s ‘The Living And The Dead’

Glue actress Charlotte Spencer stars in BBC One’s new supernatural drama, The Living and the Dead. From the creators of Life on Mars and Ashes to Ashes, the six-part series is directed by Alice Troughton (Merlin, In the Flesh) and co-stars Colin Morgan (Merlin). Somerset 1894. When a pioneering Victorian psychologist and his vivacious young wife are brought back to the family estate after … >

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Exclusive interview: ‘Dad’s Army’ film producer Damian Jones on adapting the TV sitcom

Fresh from its success in cinemas earlier this year, the Dad’s Army movie arrives on DVD and Blu-ray this week. The hit film stars Toby Jones (Captain America) as Captain Mainwaring, Bill Nighy (Love Actually) as Sergeant Wilson, Michael Gambon (Fortitude) as Private Godrey and Catherine Zeta-Jones (Chicago) as journalist, Rose Winters. > Buy Dad’s Army on DVD on Amazon. CultBox … >

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‘New Blood’ stars Mark Strepan and Ben Tavassoli reveal their favourite TV shows

BBC One’s new investigative drama New Blood premieres on iPlayer today. The seven-part series from Foyle’s War creator Anthony Horowitz stars newcomers Mark Strepan and Ben Tavassoli as two junior investigators who come together against a new breed of criminal – the uber-rich and powerful corporations, individuals and governments who hide behind legitimate facades. The cast of New Blood also includes Mark Addy (Atlantis), Anna Chancellor (The … >

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‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ interview: Bernard Cribbins on playing Snout

Bernard Cribbins (Doctor Who) is playing Snouth in BBC One’s new A Midsummer Night’s Dream adaptation. Adapted by former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies as part of the BBC’s Shakespeare season, the 90-minute TV adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic play stars Maxine Peake (Silk) as Titania, Matt Lucas (Little Britain) as Bottom, John Hannah (Atlantis) as Theseus, Eleanor Matsuura (Spooks) as … >

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‘The Musketeers’ showrunner reveals his favourite TV shows

The Musketeers are back on BBC One to face their greatest challenge and the final ten episodes will shake their values to the core. Season 3 changes the Musketeers’ allegiance to the crown, turns their personal lives upside down and compromises their loyalty to those they love, as well as their loyalty to each other. Watch the trailer… Season … >

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Interview: Russell T Davies chats about adapting ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’

As part of the BBC’s Shakespeare season, former Doctor Who showrunner Russell T Davies has adapted A Midsummer Night’s Dream for BBC One. The 90-minute TV adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic play stars Maxine Peake (Silk) as Titania, Matt Lucas (Little Britain) as Bottom, John Hannah (Atlantis) as Theseus, Eleanor Matsuura (Spooks) as Hippolyta and Hiran Abeysekera (Lion In The Tent) … >

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Exclusive ‘Line of Duty’ interview: We look back over Season 3 with writer Jed Mercurio

With the latest thrilling season of Line of Duty out to buy on DVD this week, CultBox caught up with the show’s creator Jed Mercurio for an exclusive chat. The third season of BBC Two’s police corruption thriller sees Mrs Biggs star Daniel Mays join the cast as Sergeant Danny Waldron, alongside returning cast members Martin Compston as … >

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‘The Hollow Crown’ interview: Benedict Cumberbatch on playing Richard III

Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch plays Richard in The Hollow Crown: The Wars Of The Roses. Following the success of the BAFTA Award-winning first The Hollow Crown season in 2012, BBC Two brings the concluding part of this ambitious cycle of Shakespeare’s History plays to the screen with adaptations of Henry VI (in 2 parts) and Richard III. The cast also includes Judi Dench, Sophie Okonedo, … >

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‘Hoff the Record’ star Brett Goldstein reveals his favourite TV shows

Hoff the Record is back for a second season on Dave, with a star-studded array of guest stars joining The Hoff (David Hasselhoff) and his odd-ball entourage. The Hoff is whisked along by his terrible manager Max (Fergus Craig) and aided by his overqualified and unimpressed PA Harriet (Ella Craig) all the while being followed around by his illegitimate lovechild … >

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