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1. Pirate Radio (2009)

R | 117 min | Comedy, Drama, Music

7.4
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58 Metascore

A band of rogue DJs that captivated Britain, playing the music that defined a generation and standing up to a government that wanted classical music, and nothing else, on the airwaves.

Director: Richard Curtis | Stars: Philip Seymour Hoffman, Bill Nighy, Nick Frost, Michael Hadley

Votes: 103,465 | Gross: $7.99M

2. A Man for All Seasons (1966)

G | 120 min | Biography, Drama, History

7.7
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72 Metascore

The story of Sir Thomas More, who stood up to King Henry VIII when the King rejected the Roman Catholic Church to obtain a divorce and remarry.

Director: Fred Zinnemann | Stars: Paul Scofield, Wendy Hiller, Robert Shaw, Leo McKern

Votes: 28,683 | Gross: $28.35M

3. Amazing Grace (2006)

PG | 118 min | Biography, Drama, History

7.4
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65 Metascore

The idealist William Wilberforce maneuvers his way through Parliament, endeavoring to end the British transatlantic slave trade.

Director: Michael Apted | Stars: Ioan Gruffudd, Albert Finney, Michael Gambon, Romola Garai

Votes: 23,117 | Gross: $21.21M

4. House of Cards (1990)

TV-14 | 226 min | Drama

8.5
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The schemes of a ruthlessly ambitious British politician who will stop at nothing to get to the top.

Stars: Ian Richardson, Susannah Harker, Miles Anderson, Alphonsia Emmanuel

Votes: 12,630

5. Yes Minister (1980–1984)

TV-PG | 60 min | Comedy

8.6
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The Right Honorable James Hacker has landed the plum job of Cabinet Minister to the Department of Administration. At last he is in a position of power and can carry out some long-needed reforms, or so he thinks.

Stars: Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds, Diana Hoddinott

Votes: 11,124

6. An Ideal Husband (I) (1999)

PG-13 | 97 min | Comedy, Romance

6.8
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67 Metascore

London 1895: Cabinet minister, Sir Chiltern, and bachelor, Lord Goring, are victims of scheming women.

Director: Oliver Parker | Stars: Rupert Everett, Julianne Moore, Peter Vaughan, Minnie Driver

Votes: 14,567 | Gross: $18.54M

7. Yes, Prime Minister (1986–1987)

TV-PG | 30 min | Comedy

8.6
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James Hacker was propelled along the corridors of power to the very pinnacle of politics - Number 10.

Stars: Paul Eddington, Nigel Hawthorne, Derek Fowlds, Diana Hoddinott

Votes: 8,462

8. 5 Fingers (1952)

Approved | 108 min | Drama, Film-Noir, Thriller

7.7
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During WWII the valet to the British Ambassador to Ankara sells British secrets to the Germans while trying to romance a refugee Polish countess.

Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz | Stars: James Mason, Danielle Darrieux, Michael Rennie, Walter Hampden

Votes: 3,907

9. The New Statesman (1987–1994)

70 min | Comedy

7.9
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The ultra right-wing Alan B'Stard, the most selfish, greedy, dishonest, sadistic and sociopathic Conservative MP of them all, plots to achieve his meglomaniacal ambitions.

Stars: Rik Mayall, Michael Troughton, Marsha Fitzalan, Terence Alexander

Votes: 2,067

10. Young Winston (1972)

PG | 124 min | Biography, Drama, War

6.7
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Complex family relationships, as well as a combat experience, form the personality of the future world-known politician.

Director: Richard Attenborough | Stars: Simon Ward, Robert Shaw, Anne Bancroft, Jack Hawkins

Votes: 1,959 | Gross: $4.69M

11. John Paul Jones (1959)

126 min | Action, Biography, History

6.5
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The career of Revolutionary War naval hero from his youth in Scotland through his service to Catherine the Great of Russia.

Director: John Farrow | Stars: Robert Stack, Marisa Pavan, Charles Coburn, Erin O'Brien

Votes: 915

12. To Play the King (1993)

218 min | Drama

8.4
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Francis Urquhart, the unscrupulous but cunning Conservative Prime Minister, has his survival threatened by a liberal monarch and an upcoming General Election.

Stars: Ian Richardson, Michael Kitchen, Kitty Aldridge, Colin Jeavons

Votes: 3,734

13. Parnell (1937)

Passed | 118 min | Biography, Drama, Romance

5.4
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The life of Irish politician Charles Stewart Parnell, following from 1880 onward his struggle to secure Home Rule, pursued in prison, Parliament, and elsewhere. Emphasis is on the ... See full summary »

Director: John M. Stahl | Stars: Clark Gable, Myrna Loy, Edna May Oliver, Edmund Gwenn

Votes: 435 | Gross: $1.58M

14. The Final Cut (1995)

206 min | Drama

8.1
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Francis Urquhart is too experienced a politician not to know that everything must end, even his long career as British prime minister. In order to secure his retirement and establish ... See full summary »

Stars: Ian Richardson, Diane Fletcher, Paul Freeman, Isla Blair

Votes: 3,163

15. Winston Churchill: The Wilderness Years (1981)

60 min | Biography, Drama, History

8.5
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The story of Winston Churchill's life between 1929, when he lost his cabinet position, and 1939, when he joined Great Britain's War Cabinet - a period he described as the most difficult in his life.

Stars: Robert Hardy, Siân Phillips, Nigel Havers, Tim Pigott-Smith

Votes: 250

16. Three Cases of Murder (1955)

99 min | Crime, Drama, Fantasy

6.6
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A trilogy of fantastic stories involving murder and the supernatural.

Directors: David Eady, George More O'Ferrall, Wendy Toye, Orson Welles | Stars: Orson Welles, John Gregson, Elizabeth Sellars, Emrys Jones

Votes: 693

17. Disraeli (1929)

Passed | 90 min | Biography, Drama, History

6.2
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Prime Minister of Great Britain Benjamin Disraeli outwits the subterfuge of the Russians and chicanery at home in order to secure the purchase of the Suez Canal.

Director: Alfred E. Green | Stars: George Arliss, Doris Lloyd, David Torrence, Joan Bennett

Votes: 917

18. Nancy Astor (1982)

55 min | Biography, Drama

7.7
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Virginia-born Lady Astor is the first woman to sit in Parliament. Her outspokenness in unpopular causes leaves her open to heartbreak, public and private.

Stars: Lisa Harrow, Lise Hilboldt, James Fox, Dan O'Herlihy

Votes: 42

19. London (1994)

Not Rated | 85 min | Documentary

7.4
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An inspiring tale through London by pictures narrated by Paul Scofield.

Director: Patrick Keiller | Stars: Paul Scofield, John Major, Norma Major, Dennis Skinner

Votes: 477

20. The Prime Minister (1941)

Approved | 94 min | Biography, Drama, History

5.6
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A biopic of the legendary Benjamin Disraeli, his rise from a foppish young novelist to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and confidante of Queen Victoria.

Director: Thorold Dickinson | Stars: John Gielgud, Diana Wynyard, Will Fyffe, Owen Nares

Votes: 189

21. Our Man in Tehran (2013)

85 min | Documentary, History

7.4
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58 Metascore

The events of the Iranian Hostage Crisis and Canada's involvement, especially concerning Ambassador Ken Taylor, are explored.

Directors: Drew Taylor, Larry Weinstein | Stars: Assadollah Alam, Bob Anders, Jimmy Carter, Joe Clark

Votes: 214 | Gross: $0.00M

22. The Imperfect Lady (1947)

Approved | 97 min | Drama, Romance

6.4
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Millicent Hopkins, while touring with a dancing troupe in 1892, meets Clive Loring who is campaigning in the English Midlands for Parliament. They fall in love and Millie remains behind at ... See full summary »

Director: Lewis Allen | Stars: Ray Milland, Teresa Wright, Cedric Hardwicke, Virginia Field

Votes: 42

23. Politics Live (2018– )

45 min | News, Talk-Show

4.2
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Jo Coburn and a panel of guests discuss the big issues of the day in politics from Westminster and beyond. With Andrew Neil presenting an extended edition on Wednesdays featuring live PMQs.

Stars: Jo Coburn, Laura Kuenssberg, Jeremy Corbyn, Theresa May

Votes: 17

24. Gareth Thomas v Homophobia: Hate in the Beautiful Game (2017 TV Movie)

60 min | Documentary, Sport

6.7
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Former Wales and Lions rugby union captain Gareth Thomas, one of the most famous gay international sports stars, takes a hard-hitting, personal look at what he sees as the last bastion of homophobia in sport - professional football.

Director: Jody Cusack | Stars: Eve Myles, Gareth Thomas

Votes: 10

25. Meet the Lords (2017)

180 min | Documentary

7.7
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The Upper Chamber of the British Parliament throws open its doors granting unique behind-the-scenes access to the House of Lords during one of the most turbulent periods in its history.

Stars: Gillian Bevan, Betty Boothroyd, Frances D'Souza, George Foulkes

Votes: 25

26. Panorama (1953– )
Episode: Britain's Brexit Crisis (2019)

59 min | Documentary, News

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For the first time, the politicians and negotiators on both sides of the channel tell the story of the key events, the mistakes and the miscalculations that made Theresa May postpone Brexit and forced her from office.

Director: Adam Grimley | Star: Nick Robinson

27. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Budget 2018 (2018)

180 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil presents the BBC's coverage of Budget Day 2018. Including live coverage of the Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond's delivery of his budget to the House of Commons and the opposition responses.

Stars: Andrew Neil, Jeremy Corbyn, Philip Hammond, John McDonnell

28. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.28 (2018)

105 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil is joined by former Conservative chief whip Mark Harper, shadow treasury minister Anneliese Dodds and BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg for PMQ's.

Stars: Andrew Neil, Anneliese Dodds, Mark Harper, Laura Kuenssberg

29. Brexitcast (2019– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (2019)

29 min | Talk-Show

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The podcasters discuss the resumption of parliament and the language and tone of debate inside the House of Commons, the reaction in Europe to the Prime Minister's tactics. Plus, the Labour Party conference and the Brexit Monster.

Stars: Katya Adler, Adam Fleming, Laura Kuenssberg, Chris Mason

30. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.36 (2018)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn discusses with her guests - the future of John Bercow, Brexit, social media regulation and social media in politics and whether autism awareness training should be compulsory in the health-care sector.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Jo Coburn, Heidi Allen, Gisela Stuart, Jonathan Freedland

31. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.38 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil asks his guests - How long should the Brexit transition last? What would a no deal Brexit look like? What should be the response to Saudi Arabia? Plus live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Chuka Umunna, Melanie Phillips

32. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.43 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Analysis of the budget continues with Andrew Neil asking his guests who benefits from the budget? Who will replace Angela Merkel? Plus coverage of PMQs.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Andrew Neil, George Osborne, Iain Duncan Smith, Anne McElvoy

33. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.50 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil asks his guests if the Prime Minister can get her draft Brexit deal approved by cabinet. Plus, live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions from the House of Commons.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Mark Francois, Tom Newton Dunn, Lisa Nandy

34. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.55 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil asks - Can Parliament stop a no-deal Brexit? Can Nicola Sturgeon form an alliance of opposition to Brexit? Are students setting themselves up to fail? Plus, live coverage of PMQs.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Amber Rudd, Elizabeth Truss, Anne McElvoy

35. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.57 (2018)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn discusses - Spanish threats to 'veto' Brexit over Gibraltar, the criticism of the Prime Minister's Brexit deal from her own party and a Democratic challenger to Donald Trump.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Jo Coburn, Jack Blanchard, Dominic Raab, Jeffrey Donaldson

36. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.60 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil presents live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. He and his guests also discuss - will the government lose the Brexit vote? Escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine and the economic impact of Brexit.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Stephen Kinnock, Priti Patel, Pippa Crerar

37. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.65 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil presents live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions. Plus, reaction to the government's calamitous loss in 3 Commons votes, the continuing protests in France and the publication of the Brexit legal advice.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Isabel Oakeshott, Jesse Norman, Anne McElvoy

38. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.69 (2018)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo asks - Was the Prime Minister right to delay the vote on her deal? Can she change her deal? How much support does the PM have? Could there be a vote of confidence in the PM? Is the speaker impartial?

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Jo Coburn, Helen Whately, Andy McDonald, Quentin Letts

39. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.70 (2018)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil presents live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions from the House of Commons on the day in which Theresa May faces a vote of no confidence from her own party.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Andrew Neil, Theresa May, Nadine Dorries, Pippa Crerar

40. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.76 (2018)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn discusses the big issues of the day and reflects on the political events of the year. What can be done about rough sleeping? Are reality TV stars better role models than politicians?

Stars: Jo Coburn, Timothy Stanley, Grace Blakeley, Ayesha Hazarika

41. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #1.8 (2018)

105 min | News, Talk-Show

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Is there a plot to oust Theresa May? Would Jesus have been a trade unionist? Brexit, the Irish Border, Universal Credit and child poverty are discussed. Plus live coverage from Prime Minister's Questions.

Director: Claire Bellis | Stars: Jo Coburn, Elizabeth Glinka, Sarah Baxter, Kemi Badenoch

42. Peston (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.1 (2019)

47 min | News, Talk-Show

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In the first edition of 2019 Robert speaks to Leader of the House Andrea Leadsom, Labour Party Deputy Leader Tom Watson and Tory remainer and Geek of the Week Dominic Grieve.

Director: Erron Gordon | Stars: Robert Peston, Anushka Asthana, Andrea Leadsom, Tom Watson

43. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.10 (2019)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Andrew Neil and his guests digest the historic defeat for the Government in last night's vote on the Brexit deal, discuss the forthcoming confidence vote in the Government and what happens next.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Andrew Neil, Peter Hennessy, Pippa Crerar, Anne-Marie Trevelyan

44. Jeremy Vine (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.11 (2019)

96 min | News, Talk-Show

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On the day of the vote on the Prime Minister's Brexit deal Jeremy asks - Should Brexit be scrapped? Should there be a maximum age for voters? Should white bread be taxed?

Director: Daniel Wright | Stars: Jeremy Vine, Rezzy Ghadjar, Nigel Farage, Jamelia

45. Peston (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.12 (2019)

47 min | News, Talk-Show

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Robert and his guests discuss the results of tonight's indicative votes on possible Brexit options, the Prime Minister's meeting with the backbench 1922 committee and the role of the speaker.

Director: Erron Gordon | Stars: Robert Peston, Anushka Asthana, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Elizabeth Truss

46. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.12 (2019)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn asks - Can the parties agree over Brexit? Should no-deal be ruled out? Is the cabinet divided? Can Parliament take control of Brexit? Has the EU miscalculated over Brexit?

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Jo Coburn, Theresa May, Gillian Keegan, Chuka Umunna

47. Peston (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.13 (2019)

47 min | News, Talk-Show

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On the day in which Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn commence Brexit talks and MPs vote on whether to delay Brexit, Robert speaks to figures from both sides of the debate and a panel of experts.

Director: Erron Gordon | Stars: Robert Peston, Anushka Asthana, Philip Hammond, Tom Watson

48. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.15 (2019)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn and her guests discuss - are MP's seizing control of the Brexit process? Can a way be found to break the Brexit deadlock? Plus, mental health in the workplace and the registration of EU nationals.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Jo Coburn, Lee Rowley, Jenny Chapman, Henry Newman

49. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.16 (2019)

44 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn asks - What is the difference between Theresa May's Brexit Plan A and Plan B? Or Jeremy Corbyn's? Will Brussels budge on the backstop? Plus, a report on debt and mental health.

Director: Chris Cook | Stars: Jo Coburn, David Blunkett, Nadine Dorries, Sonia Sodha

50. Politics Live (2018– )
Episode: Episode #2.17 (2019)

104 min | News, Talk-Show

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Jo Coburn presents live coverage of Prime Minister's Questions from Westminster. Plus, Jo and her guests discuss Brexit and hear about efforts to tackle the problem of fake news on social media platforms.

Director: Anna Rasmussen | Stars: Jo Coburn, Ben Bradley, Caroline Flint, Neale Richmond



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