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BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017

PREVIEWS Q&A Q&A TV Preview: Ordeal by Innocence + Q&A with writer Sarah Phelps, actors Bill Nighy, Anna Chancellor and Ed Westwick, director Sandra Goldbacher and exec producer James Prichard Mammoth Screen-Agatha Christie Limited-BBC 2017. Dir Sandra Goldbacher. With Bill Nighy, Anna Chancellor, Ed Westwick. Ep1 59min Award-winning writer Sarah Phelps builds on the enormous success of her two previous Agatha Christie adaptations (The Witness for the Prosecution, And Then There Were None) with this major three-part drama for BBC One. Christmas 1954. When wealthy philanthropist Rachel Argyll is brutally murdered at her family estate of Sunny Point, her adopted, 8 book online at bfi.org.uk TV Preview: The League of Gentlemen + Q&A with Reece Shearsmith, Steve Pemberton, Mark Gatiss and Jeremy Dyson BBC 2017. Dir Steve Bendelack. 30min + clips The much-anticipated return of The League of Gentlemen promises to be one of this year’s TV highlights, and here we preview the first episode in the presence of the League themselves. With the content shrouded in secrecy, the most we can do is assure you that there will be plenty of comedy wrapped in the darkest layers possible. TUE 12 DEC 20:30 NFT1 As well as bringing you right up to date with the inhabitants of Royston Vasey, we’ll also take a look back at where it all started as we celebrate their 20th anniversary at the BBC. WED 6 DEC 18:15 NFT1 delinquent son Jack is immediately arrested, but he dies in prison before going to trial. The case is closed. Eighteen months later, the mysterious Dr Calgary knocks on the door claiming he’s Jack’s alibi. But if Jack was innocent, then someone else killed Rachel – someone at Sunny Point... Please check bfi.org.uk for final panel confirmations See p20 for our Who Can You Trust? season


BFI Southbank Guide Dec 2017
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