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The Work of Angels 

Eight years later, Jack's fixation with the cathedral leaves him little time or energy for anything else, while Aliena's fixation with the distant Earldom of Shiring has married her to ... See full summary »

Writers:

Ken Follett (based on the book by), John Pielmeier (written for television by)

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ian McShane ... Waleran Bigod
Rufus Sewell ... Tom Builder
Matthew Macfadyen ... Philip
Eddie Redmayne ... Jack
Hayley Atwell ... Aliena
Sarah Parish ... Regan Hamleigh
Natalia Wörner ... Ellen
Anatole Taubman ... Remigius
John Pielmeier John Pielmeier ... Cuthbert
Robert Bathurst ... Percy Hamleigh
Clive Wood ... King Henry I
Sam Claflin ... Richard
Liam Garrigan ... Alfred
David Oakes ... William Hamleigh
Götz Otto ... Walter
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Storyline

Eight years later, Jack's fixation with the cathedral leaves him little time or energy for anything else, while Aliena's fixation with the distant Earldom of Shiring has married her to Alfred, a man she hates. Waleran and Alfred develop a plot to get rid of Jack for good and it seems to be working until evidence comes to light that makes all wrongs rectified. Written by Starz Publicity

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Details

Country:

Hungary

Language:

English | Latin

Release Date:

27 August 2010 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Eddie Redmayne (Jack) and Douglas Booth (prince Eustace at 15) would later play brothers in the Wachowskis' space epic Jupiter Ascending (2015). See more »

Goofs

This episode starts in 1156 and shows us both King Stephen as well as his eldest son Eustace. The anarchy ended in 1154 with the death of Stephen (on October 25) and the succession of King Henry II (crowned on December 19, 1154), son of the Empress Maud. See more »

Quotes

William Hamleigh: [to his son] Kings don't make bad decisions. Now, your advisors will advise you. But if something goes wrong, it's their fault for not informing you fully.
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Soundtracks

Main Titles - The Pillars Of The Earth
Performed by Trevor Morris
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