Filth: The Mary Whitehouse Story
In 1963, Mary Whitehouse embarked on a mission to clean up British television. This is a drama inspired by real events that brings life to the battle for Britain's morals.
In 1963 an unknown housewife and teacher from the Midlands, Mary Whitehouse, embarked on a mission to clean up British television. Her crusade led her into battle with the man she held responsible for a tide of 'filth' - Sir Hugh Carleton-Greene, Director-General of the BBC.
With Julie Walters starring as Mary Whitehouse and Hugh Bonneville as her arch enemy, this is a drama inspired by real events that brings life to the battle for Britain's morals.
|Sir Hugh Carleton-Greene||Hugh Bonneville|
|Mary Whitehouse||Julie Walters|
|Ernest Whitehouse||Alun Armstrong|
|Norah Buckland||Georgie Glen|
|Rev Basil Buckland||Timothy Davies|
|Paul Whitehouse||Paul Westwood|
|Richard Whitehouse||Drew Webb|
|Christopher Whitehouse||Jeremy Legat|
|Lord Charlie Hill||Ron Cook|
|David Turner||William Beck|
|Harman Grisewood||Nicholas Woodeson|
|Ken||Nicholas Le Prevost|
|Executive Producer||Leanne Klein|
|Director||Andy De Emmony|