Urquhart is the perfect politician. Impeccably diplomatic, charming, admired, trusted and respected by all. But events are about to spark his ambition. When he is passed over for promotion by a new party leader, he hatches a dastardly plot to wreak revenge on each and every one of his colleagues.AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: 1 February 2013
Urquhart is furious when the new Prime Minister tells him that he is far too valuable in his current post to be offered a ministerial position. Hiding his contempt of the man behind his usual urbane smile, Urquhart believes the new PM will not last long, and perhaps something can be arranged to hasten his departure?AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 55 minutes Release date: 1 February 2013
As scandals and leaked stories gain momentum, Collingridge finds himself in deep political trouble, and he has no alternative but to step down as Prime Minister. The only man whom he feels he can still trust is Urquhart. Meanwhile, political journalist Mattie Storin begins to suspect that Collingridge has been framed. But who is the culprit?AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: 1 February 2013
In the run up to the leadership election, Urquhart becomes ever more ruthless.AGES-15-AND-OVER Runtime: 56 minutes Release date: 1 February 2013
|Starring||Ian Richardson, Susannah Harker|
|Supporting actors||David Lyon, Miles Anderson, Alphonsia Emmanuel, Diane Fletcher, Malcolm Tierney, Kenny Ireland, James Villiers, Colin Jeavons, Nicholas Selby, Damien Thomas, William Chubb, John Hartley, Christopher Owen, Kenneth Gilbert, Isabelle Amyes, Raymond Mason, Tommy Boyle, John Arnatt|
|Producers||Jeremy Gwilt, Ken Riddington|
|Purchase rights||Stream instantly Details|
|Format||Amazon Video (streaming online video)|
5 stars? You might think that....I couldn't possibly comment!
Much better than the American version, gritty, and still as relevant today as when the series first aired.
Poor quality and no subtitles for the hard of hearing available which made it uselessPublished 15 months ago by tim chappell