The Hour (2011–2012)
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Episode #2.4 

Lix and Randall get a letter from France telling them their 19-year-old daughter, Sofia, is alive. Camille walks out on Freddie, claiming that he prefers his job and Bel to her, but Bel ... See full summary »

Director:

Catherine Morshead

Writers:

Abi Morgan (created by), George Kay
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Lisa Greenwood ... Sissy Cooper
Romola Garai ... Bel Rowley
Anna Chancellor ... Lix Storm
Dominic West ... Hector Madden
Ben Whishaw ... Freddie Lyon
Joshua McGuire ... Isaac Wengrow
Peter Capaldi ... Randall Brown
Lizzie Brocheré ... Camille Mettier
Hannah John-Kamen ... Rosa Maria Ramírez
Morgan Watkins ... Norman Pike
Peter Sullivan ... Commander Laurence Stern
Robert Whitelock ... DC John Attwood
Tom Burke ... Bill Kendall
Lexy Howe ... Mr. Chapman's Secretary
Roger Ringrose ... Mr. Chapman
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Lix and Randall get a letter from France telling them their 19-year-old daughter, Sofia, is alive. Camille walks out on Freddie, claiming that he prefers his job and Bel to her, but Bel goes on a date with Bill. Hector tries in vain to persuade Stern to hand Cilenti over to the law but Stern refuses, alleging that it would ruin him. Hector gives him a week in which to make up his mind. Bel persuades El Paradis showgirl Rosa Maria to blow the whistle on Cilenti, including his and Pike's part in the shady arms deal. However, in the meantime, McCain offers Hector a scoop, the resignation of the chancellor of the exchequer, which 'The Hour' runs instead. Only afterwards do the news team work out that McCain has his own agenda and Bel fears that Cilenti may have gotten to Rosa Maria. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Drama

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

19 December 2012 (USA) See more »

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Bel Rowley: Yes?
Bill Kendall: It's me.
Bel Rowley: Hello, me.
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The Hour Main Theme
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Written by Daniel Giorgetti
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