George V dies. Churchill continues to rail against the government's failure to adequately prepare for war. Wigram grows increasingly despondent at the prospect of war when Hitler occupies ... See full summary »

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Ferdinand Fairfax

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Hardy ... Winston Churchill
Siân Phillips ... Clementine Churchill
Nigel Havers ... Randolph Churchill
Tim Pigott-Smith ... Brendan Bracken
David Swift ... Professor Lindemann
Sherrie Hewson ... Mrs. Pearman
Moray Watson Moray Watson ... Major Desmond Morton
Paul Freeman ... Ralph Wigram
David Quilter David Quilter ... Wing-Commander Torr Anderson
Peter Barkworth ... Stanley Baldwin
Eric Porter ... Neville Chamberlain
Edward Woodward ... Sir Samuel Hoare
Peter Vaughan ... Sir Thomas Inskip
Ian Collier Ian Collier ... Harold Macmillan
Walter Gotell ... Lord Swinton
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George V dies. Churchill continues to rail against the government's failure to adequately prepare for war. Wigram grows increasingly despondent at the prospect of war when Hitler occupies the Rhineland. Sarah elopes to America with a Jewish musical hall comedian. When the new king gets embroiled in a dispute over his relationship with an American divorcée, Churchill champions his cause losing yet more popularity with house members. Written by Havan Ironoak

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11 October 1981 (UK) See more »

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Clementine Churchill: What's that you're drinking?
Winston Churchill: Water, and exceedingly nasty it is.
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