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Episode 4

Episode 4 of 6

Drama. Freddie and Bel make startling discoveries about the extent of Soho club-owner Cilenti's influence but Bel fears they have gone too far when a contact's life is threatened.

Freddie and Bel's bond deepens as they make startling discoveries about the extent of Soho club-owner Cilenti's influence. Yet when a contact's life is endangered, Bel fears they've gone too far. Hector confronts old demons with Laurie - will he upset his team and protect his best friend? Lix and Randall receive uplifting news.

59 minutes

Last on

Thu 6 Dec 2012 23:20

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Music Played

Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes

  • Noël Coward

    If Love Were All (Rosa'a Song)

  • Dick Walter

    Too Much

Music credits

Saxes - Phil Todd, Jamie Talbot, Sam Walker, Martin Robertson, Alan Barnes

Trumpet - John Barclay, Patrick White, Derek Watkins

Guitar - Arthur Dick

Bass - Steve McManus

Drums - Matt Skelton, Ralph Salmins

Marimba - Sam Walton, Rob Farrer   

Alto sax - Martin Robertson

Acoustic bass - Chris Lawrence

Vocal - Helen Hamilton

Sound recordist - John Mooney

Recorded and mixed by Steve Parr

Sound maintenance engineer - Stuart McCutcheon
Sound assistant - Lee Sharp 
Choreographer - Samantha Murray
Music supervisor - Catherine Grieves
Composer -  Kevin Sargent 

Credits

Role Contributor
Freddie Lyon Ben Whishaw
Bel Rowley Romola Garai
Hector Madden Dominic West
Lix Storm Anna Chancellor
Angus McCain Julian Rhind-Tutt
Randall Brown Peter Capaldi
Bill Kendall Tom Burke
Marnie Madden Oona Chaplin
Sissy Cooper Lisa Greenwood
Raphael Cilenti Vincent Riotta
Kiki Delaine Hannah Tointon
Peter Tufnell Peter Temple
Ron Paul Chahidi

Broadcasts

  • Wed 5 Dec 2012 21:00
  • Thu 6 Dec 2012 23:20

'A big theme is an inability to confront emotional truths'

'A big theme is an inability to confront emotional truths'

Kevin Sargent writes for the BBC's Love TV blog.