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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

8 March 1999


Unknown Season


50th Anniversary Special 1

19 September 2005

Julia Somerville ... Herself - Guest Presenter

Episode dated 16 January 2004

16 January 2004

Steve Hunt ... Himself

Episode dated 28 May 2006

28 May 2006

Steve Hunt ... Himself

Episode dated 11 July 2006

11 July 2006

M.J. Gohel ... Himself
Becky Mantin ... Herself
Bill Neely ... Himself
Alastair Stewart ... Himself

Episode dated 2 September 2006

2 September 2006

Steve Hunt ... Himself

Episode dated 31 January 2007

31 January 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Tim Ewart ... Himself - Correspondent

Ralph Fiennes ... Himself

Peter Lord ... Himself

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 8 February 2007

8 February 2007

Eldon Anderson ... Himself - US Friendly-Fire Pilot's Neighbour
Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Phil Bentley ... Himself - British Gas Managing Director
Juliet Bremner ... Herself - News Correspondent

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Affairs Editor
Anjem Choudary ... Himself - Muslim Activist
Neil Connery ... Himself - Correspondent
Steve Crosthwaite ... Himself - Highways Agency
Wes Cuell ... Himself - NSPCC
Martyn Davies ... Himself - Weather Forecaster
Paul Davies ... Himself - News Correspondent
Mor Dioum ... Himself - Victoria Climbie Foundation Director
Daisy McAndrew ... Herself - Chief Political Correspondent

Emma Murphy ... Herself - Correspondent

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Tim Rogers ... Himself - North of England Correspondent
Chris Ship ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Angus Walker ... Himself - UK Editor

Episode dated 9 February 2007

9 February 2007


Kevin Costner ... Himself - Actor

Clint Eastwood ... Himself - Actor

John Irvine ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Becky Mantin ... Herself - Weather Forecaster

Robert Moore ... Himself - Europe Correspondent
Nina Nannar ... Herself - Media & Arts Correspondent

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Barack Obama ... Himself
Sue Saville ... Herself - Medical Correspondent
Steve Scott ... Himself - Newscaster
Keir Simmons ... Himself - Reporter
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Reporter
Andrew Wadge ... Himself - Food Standards Agency (as Dr Andrew Wadge)
Angus Walker ... Himself - Political Correspondent

Episode dated 12 February 2007

12 February 2007

Juliet Bremner ... Herself - News Correspondent

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Affairs Editor

Martin Geissler ... Himself - Reporter
Michael Holmes ... Himself - Skydive Survivor
Becky Mantin ... Herself - Weather Forecaster

David Miliband ... Himself - Environment Secretary (as David Miliband MP)
Bill Neely ... Himself - Reporter

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Chris Ship ... Himself - Political Reporter
Harry Smith ... Himself - News Correspondent
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Newscaster

Kate Winslet ... Herself - Actress

Episode dated 14 February 2007

14 February 2007

Juliet Bremner ... Herself - News Correspondent
Martyn Davies ... Himself - Weather Forecaster

Noel Gallagher ... Himself - BRIT Awards Guest
Jorge Mendonca ... Himself - Former Commander, Queen's Lancashire Regiment (as Colonel Jorge Mendonca)
Nina Nannar ... Herself - Media & Arts Correspondent
Bill Neely ... Himself - Newscaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Anita Roddick ... Herself - Body Shop Founder

Episode dated 16 February 2007

16 February 2007


Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister
Siân Lloyd ... Herself - Weather Forecaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Alex Salmond ... Himself - SNP Leader (as Alex Salmond MP)
Uanu Seshmi ... Himself - From Boyhood to Manhood Foundation
Chris Ship ... Himself - Reporter
Keir Simmons ... Himself - Reporter
Salma Siraj ... Herself - Reporter
Jock Stirrup ... Himself - Chief of the Defence Staff (as Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup)
Isla Traquair ... Herself - Reporter
Angus Walker ... Himself - UK Editor
Claudia Webbe ... Herself - Advisor to Operation Trident
Ewa Wisnierska ... Herself - Paraglider

Episode dated 19 February 2007

19 February 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Siân Lloyd ... Herself - Weather Forecaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 20 February 2007

20 February 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Stuart Campbell ... Himself - Ultrasound Pioneer (as Professor Stuart Campbell)
Paul Fassbach ... Himself - Miami Baptist Children's Hospital (as Dr Paul Fassbach)
Damon Green ... Himself - Reporter

John Irvine ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Lawrence McGinty ... Himself - Science Editor

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Anne Quesney ... Herself - Abortion Rights
Wayne G. Saunders ... Himself - Film Maker (as Wayne G Saunders)
Harry Smith ... Himself - News Correspondent
Frances Swaine ... Herself - Lawyer
Isla Traquair ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 21 February 2007

21 February 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Becky Mantin ... Herself - Weather Forecaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 22 February 2007

22 February 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster

Tony Blair ... Himself - Prime Minister

Sean Connery ... Himself - RNIB Appeal (archive footage)
Patrick Cordingley ... Himself - First Gulf War Veteran (as Major General Sir Patrick Cordingley)
Paul Davies ... Himself - News Correspondent
Louie Davis ... Himself - Capo Power (as Lui V)
Cressida Dick ... Herself - Metropolitan Police
Michelle Forbes ... Herself - Mothers Against Guns

Audrey Hepburn ... Herself - Screen Test (archive footage)
Philip Hunt ... Himself - Health Minister (as Lord Philip Hunt)
Ashley Leiman ... Herself - Orangutan Foundation Director
Becky Mantin ... Herself - Weather Presenter
Daisy McAndrew ... Herself - Chief Political Correspondent
Lawrence McGinty ... Himself - Science Editor

Anthony Minghella ... Himself - British Fim Institute Chairman (as Anthony Minghella CBE)
Bert Moore ... Himself - Scotland Yard's Firearms Unit Head (as Superintendent Bert Moore)

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
John Reid ... Himself - Home Secretary (as John Reid MP)
Chris Rogers ... Himself - Reporter
Sue Saville ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Romilly Weeks ... Herself - Royal Correspondent
Ken Wharfe ... Himself - Princess Diana's Bodyguard

Episode dated 13 March 2007

13 March 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself

Tony Blair ... Himself

Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Himself

Episode dated 14 March 2007

14 March 2007


Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Affairs Editor

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Presenter
Helen Wright ... Herself - Social Affairs Correspondent

Episode dated 20 June 2007

20 June 2007

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster
Juliet Bremner ... Herself - News Correspondent

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Affairs Editor
Julian Manyon ... Himself - News Correspondent

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 4 August 2007

4 August 2007

Jo Blythe ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Sue Saville ... Herself - Correspondent
Romilly Weeks ... Herself - Newsreader

Episode dated 20 April 2009

20 April 2009

Sue Saville ... Herself - Correspondent

Episode dated 17 August 2009

17 August 2009

Sangeeta Kandola ... Herself - Reporter

Episode dated 5 January 2010

5 January 2010


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 11 January 2010

11 January 2010


Julie Etchingham ... Herself - Newsreader
Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newsreader

Episode dated 15 February 2010

15 February 2010

Mark Austin ... Himself - Newscaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Florence Welch ... Herself

Episode dated 3 November 2010

3 November 2010


Eileen Derbyshire ... Herself (as Eileen Derbyshire MBE)

Anand Desai-Barochia ... Himself

Barbara Knox ... Herself (as Barbara Knox MBE)

Episode dated 24 May 2013

24 May 2013

Jim Flint ... Himself (as Wing Commander Jim Flint)

James Mates ... Himself - Newscaster

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Ian Rigby ... Himself
Lee Rigby ... Himself (archive footage)
Rebecca Rigby ... Herself

Episode dated 24 February 2014

24 February 2014

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newcaster
Romilly Weeks ... Herself - Newscaster
Becky Mantin ... Herself - Weather Presenter

Harold Ramis ... Dr. Egon Spengler (archive footage)
Aliza Sommer-Herz ... Herself (archive footage)

Episode dated 12 May 2014

12 May 2014


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Steve Scott ... Newscaster

Episode dated 25 November 2014

25 November 2014


Julie Etchingham ... Herself - Presenter

Angelina Jolie ... Herself

Episode dated 9 January 2017

9 January 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Chris Ship ... Himself - Deputy Political Editor
Rachel Younger ... Herself - Health Editor

Episode dated 10 January 2017

10 January 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Rachel Younger ... Herself - Health Editor

Episode dated 11 January 2017

11 January 2017
Mary Nightingale presents the latest headlines from around the world. Followed by a national weather forecast.

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 12 January 2017

12 January 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 13 January 2017

13 January 2017

Charlene White ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 25 May 2017

25 May 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Millie Robson ... Herself
David Robson ... Himself
Ian Hopkins ... Himself - Greater Manchester Police (as Chief Constable Ian Hopkins)
Abdullah Muhsin Norris ... Himself - Salaam Community Centre
Mohamed Fadir ... Himself - Family Friend
Graeme Brett ... Himself - Chloe Rutherford's Boss
Angus MacNeil ... Himself - MacLeod Family Friend
Raynor Clement ... Herself - Friend of Elaine McIver
Rachel Fawell ... Herself - Wendy Fawell's Cousin

James Mates ... Himself - Europe Editor
Paul Nuttall ... Himself - UKIP Leader
Suzanne Evans ... Herself - UKIP Deputy Chair

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Security Editor
Libby Wiener ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Andy Burnham ... Himself - Mayor of Greater Manchester (uncredited)

Martin Geissler ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Richard Leese ... Himself - Leader, Manchester City Council (uncredited)

Emmanuel Macron ... Himself - President of France (archive footage) (uncredited)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (archive footage) (uncredited)

Angela Merkel ... Herself - German Chancellor (archive footage) (uncredited)

Emma Murphy ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (uncredited)
Chris Ship ... Himself - Royal Editor (uncredited)
Fred Talbot ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 30 May 2017

30 May 2017

Rebecca Barry ... Herself - Correspondent
Shaunna Burns ... Herself

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Correspondent

Ariana Grande ... Herself (archive footage)
Ian Hopkins ... Himself - Greater Manchester Police (as Chief Constable Ian Hopkins)

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Correspondent
Rosa King ... Herself - Zookeeper (archive footage)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Parrs Wood High School Harmony Choir ... Themselves

Robert Peston ... Himself - Political Editor
Natasha Rose-Seth ... Herself
Charlene White ... Herself - Newscaster
Rachel Younger ... Herself - Health Editor

Episode dated 31 May 2017

31 May 2017

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newscaster
Juliet Bremner ... Herself - Reporter
Judy Conduit ... Herself - Victim (as Judith Conduit)

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Correspondent
Nicola Fox ... Herself - John Hopkins University (archive footage)
Damon Green ... Himself - Correspondent
Lucie Green ... Herself - University College London (as Dr Lucie Green)

Lily Harrison ... Herself
Barbara Lewis ... Herself - Victim

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Correspondent
Ian Paterson ... Himself - Surgeon Sentenced to 15 Years in Prison

Lauren Thorpe ... Herself
Patricia Welsh ... Herself - Victim

Arsène Wenger ... Himself - Manager, Arsenal (archive footage)
Alok Jha ... Himself - Science Correspondent (uncredited)

Episode dated 2 June 2017

2 June 2017


Ranvir Singh ... Herself - Newscaster
Shaunna Burns ... Herself - Parrs Wood High School

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Correspondent

Nigel Farage ... Himself
Tim Farron ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Leader
Neil Hamilton ... Himself - UKIP
Adam Khan ... Himself - Parrs Wood High School
Aisa Khan ... Herself - Mum

Emmanuel Macron ... Himself - President of France (archive footage)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Robert Moore ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Richard Pallot ... Himself - Correspondent
Parrs Wood High School Harmony Choir ... Themselves
William Peduto ... Himself - Mayor of Pittsburgh (archive footage) (as Bill Peduto)

Thomas Perez ... Himself - Democratic Party Chairman (as Tom Perez)
Natasha Rose-Seth ... Herself - Parrs Wood High School

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Correspondent
Angus Walker ... Himself - Correspondent
Kirsty Williams ... Herself - Liberal Democrats
Leanne Wood ... Herself - Plaid Cymru (as Leanne Wood AM)

Episode dated 5 June 2017

5 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Charlotte Hardy ... Herself - Olivia's Mother (as Charlotte Campbell)
Paul Taylor ... Himself - Durham Police (as PC Paul Taylor)

Justin Bieber ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Ariana Grande ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Paul Hodgson ... Himself (uncredited)
Richard Pallot ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Rachel Younger ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)

Episode dated 8 June 2017

8 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

James Comey ... Himself - Former FBI Director (archive footage)
Khuram Butt ... Himself (archive footage)

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader
Tim Farron ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Leader

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Security Editor

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Robert Moore ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Rachid Redouane ... Himself (archive footage)
Nicola Sturgeon ... Herself - Scottish First Minister

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Youssef Zaghba ... Himself (archive footage)

Episode dated 9 June 2017

9 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader (archive footage)

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Reporter
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Correspondent
Tim Farron ... Himself - Liberal Democrat Leader (archive footage)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (archive footage)
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Paul Nuttall ... Himself - UKIP Leader (archive footage)

Robert Peston ... Himself - Political Editor
Rachel Younger ... Herself - Health Editor

Episode dated 15 June 2017

15 June 2017
Mary Nightingale presents a special episode on the Grenfell Tower fire live from West London.

Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Dany Cotton ... Herself - London Fire Brigade (as Commissioner Dany Cotton)
Abdallah Hourani ... Himself - Friend of Victim
Afaf Badr ... Herself
Sadiq Khan ... Himself - Mayor of London
Sawsan Chouciar ... Herself - Nadia's Sister (as Sawsan Choucair)
Ramiro Urbano ... Himself - Jessica's Father
Reshad Habib ... Himself - Mohamed's Nephew
Barsenet Zewde ... Herself - Community Worker
Rebecca Barry ... Herself - Correspondent
Gerard McLean ... Himself - Forensic Architect
Steve Seaber ... Himself - British Automatic Fire Sprinkler Association
John Healey ... Himself - Shadow Housing Secretary (as John Healey MP)
Bob O'Toole ... Himself - Tenants' Association
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Reporter

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Hafida Sediati ... Herself - Grenfell Tower Resident
Nina Nannar ... Herself - Reporter
Niles Hailstones ... Himself
Buupinder Singh ... Himself

Lucy Verasamy ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Ishmahil Blagrove ... Himself (uncredited)

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader (uncredited)
Paul Davies ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Joel Hills ... Himself - Business Editor (uncredited)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (archive footage) (uncredited)
Chris Ship ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)

Prince Harry Windsor ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 16 June 2017

16 June 2017

Charlene White ... Herself - Newscaster
Andrea Leadsom ... Herself - Conservative (as Andrea Leadsom MP)
Stuart Cundy ... Himself - Metropolitan Police (archive footage) (as Commander Stuart Cundy)
Manfred Ruiz ... Himself - Jessica's Uncle
Natasha Elcock ... Herself - Frenfell Tower Resident
Mary Glindon ... Herself - Labour (as Mary Glindon MP)
Pilgrim Tucker ... Herself - Community Organiser
Matt Wrack ... Himself - Fire Brigades Union
Miranda Taylor ... Herself
Mercy Banda ... Herself
Paul Brand ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Ben Chapman ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Editor (uncredited)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (uncredited)
Chris Ship ... Himself - Royal Editor (uncredited)

Prince William ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 19 June 2017

19 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader (archive footage)
Stuart Cundy ... Himself - Metropolitan Police (archive footage) (as Commander Stuart Cundy)
Paul Davies ... Himself - Reporter
Sadiq Khan ... Himself - Mayor of London (archive footage)
Siar Naqshbandi ... Himself - Grenfell Tower Resident
Dany Cotton ... Herself - London Fire Commissioner (archive footage) (uncredited)

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (archive footage) (uncredited)
Angus Walker ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)

Episode dated 20 June 2017

20 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Yassin Hersi ... Himself
Rupert Evelyn ... Himself - Wales Correspondent

Robert Peston ... Himself - Political Editor
John Varley ... Himself - Former Group Chief Executive, Barclays Bank
Paul Myners ... Himself - Former Financial Services Secretary (as Lord Myners)
Jonathan Fisher ... Himself - Financial Crime Barrister (as Jonathan Fisher QC)
Dennis Davis ... Himself - Fire Sector Federation

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Editor
Niall Rowan ... Himself - Association for Fire Specialist Protection
James Glocking ... Himself - Fire Protection Association (as Dr James Glocking)
Stephen Mackenzie ... Himself - International Fire Risk Consultant
Gordon Bonifacio ... Himself
Elpie Bonifacio ... Himself - Grenfell Tower Survivor (archive footage)
Charlotte Hardy ... Herself (uncredited)
Joel Hills ... Himself - Business Editor (uncredited)
Paul Hodgson ... Himself (uncredited)
Dan Rivers ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Lucy Watson ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)

Episode dated 21 June 2017

21 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Mohamed At-Tu ... Himself
Rebecca Barry ... Herself - Reporter
Sarah Colbourne ... Herself - Volunteer

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader (archive footage)

Simon Cowell ... Himself

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Reporter
Joel Hills ... Himself - Business Editor
Annette McHale ... Herself - Early Onset Alzheimer's Patient

Rita Ora ... Herself - Singer
Laura Peers ... Herself

Robert Peston ... Himself - Political Editor
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Reporter

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (archive footage) (uncredited)

Prince Charles ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 22 June 2017

22 June 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 23 June 2017

23 June 2017

Nina Hossain ... Herself - Newscaster
Christine Byrne ... Herself - Resident

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Editor

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Reporter
Dominic Ellis ... Himself - London Fire Brigade (as Asst Comm Dominic Ellis)
Damon Green ... Himself - Correspondent
Graeme Maidment ... Himself - London South Bank University (as Prof Graeme Maidment)
Richard Pallot ... Himself - Correspondent
Arnold Tarling ... Himself - Chartered Surveyor
Olga Yao ... Herself

Episode dated 6 July 2017

6 July 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Toni Duggan ... Herself - FC Barcelona (archive footage)

Episode dated 7 July 2017

7 July 2017

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newscaster

Jermain Defoe ... Himself (archive footage)

Johanna Konta ... Herself (archive footage)
Bradley Lowery ... Himself (archive footage)

Vladimir Putin ... Himself - President of Russia (archive footage)
Maria Sakkari ... Herself (archive footage)

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage)
Connie Yates ... Herself - Charlie Gard's Mother

Episode dated 13 July 2017

13 July 2017

Charlene White ... Herself - Newscaster
Martha Fairlie ... Herself - Reporter
Amanda Houston ... Herself - Weather Forecaster
Nina Nannar ... Herself - Reporter

Mark Rylance ... Himself - Actor
Arthur Smith ... Himself - Dunkirk Veteran

Prince Harry Windsor ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 18 July 2017

18 July 2017

Mark Carney ... Himself - Bank of England Governor

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Correspondent
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent
Rain Newton-Smith ... Herself - Economist

Robert Peston ... Himself - Political Editor
Charlene White ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 19 July 2017

19 July 2017

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newscaster
Neil Connery ... Himself - Reporter

Episode dated 20 July 2017

20 July 2017

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newscaster

Carl Dinnen ... Himself - Political Correspondent

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge ... Herself (uncredited)

Prince William ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 31 July 2017

31 July 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Jessica Ennis-Hill ... Herself

Catherine Duchess of Cambridge ... Herself (uncredited)

Prince Charles ... Himself (uncredited)

Prince William ... Himself (uncredited)

Episode dated 4 August 2017

4 August 2017


Ranvir Singh ... Herself - Newscaster

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Security Editor

Episode dated 21 August 2017

21 August 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Episode dated 22 August 2017

22 August 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Neil Connery ... Himself - Correspondent
Damon Green ... Himself - Reporter
Amir Hussain ... Himself - Yeme Architects

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Security Editor

Robert Moore ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
George Osborne ... Himself - Former Chancellor
John Tomey ... Himself
Irene Vidler ... Herself - Fred Craven's Daughter

Emma Murphy ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)
Christine Talbot ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 23 August 2017

23 August 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Emma Murphy ... Herself - Reporter
Matt Briggs ... Himself - Husband

Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader (as Jeremy Corbyn MP)
Jill Rutter ... Herself - Director, Institute for Government

Chris Choi ... Himself - Consumer Editor
James Clapper ... Himself (archive footage)
Patrick Doody ... Himself - British Motorist

Robert Moore ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Emily Morgan ... Herself - Political Correspondent

Wayne Rooney ... Himself (archive footage)
Chris Ship ... Himself - Royal Editor

Theresa May ... Herself - Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (uncredited)

Prince Charles ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Queen Elizabeth II ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Prince William ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Prince Harry Windsor ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 24 August 2017

24 August 2017

Alastair Stewart ... Himself - Newscaster
Ines Alves ... Herself - Grenfell Tower Survivor
Jo Bennett ... Herself - Salford Community Leisure
Bob Bolbuc ... Himself - Store Owner
Paul Brand ... Himself - Reporter
Matt Briggs ... Himself - Husband
Lorraine Ferman ... Herself
Damon Green ... Himself - Reporter
Wilma Harriman ... Herself - Walker
Barry Hazel ... Himself - Walk Leader
Barry McGuigan ... Himself - Former Boxing World Champion
Nikita Murray ... Herself - Sister of Manchester Attack Victim
Roger Punton ... Himself - Headteacher
Tian Tian ... Herself - Giant Panda (archive footage)
Mary Walker ... Herself - Walker
Mavis Wanczyk ... Herself - Powerball Lottery Winner
Rebecca Barry ... Herself - Reporter (uncredited)
Ben Chapman ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Paul Davies ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Duncan Golestani ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)
Martyn Hett ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Floyd Mayweather Jr. ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Conor McGregor ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Shane McGuigan ... Himself (uncredited)
Ian Payne ... Himself - Sports Reporter (uncredited)
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Reporter (uncredited)

Episode dated 30 August 2017

30 August 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster

Robert Moore ... Himself - Washington Correspondent
Jong-Un Kim ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Donald J. Trump ... Himself - President of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Melania Trump ... Herself - First Lady of the United States of America (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode dated 14 September 2017

14 September 2017


Mary Nightingale ... Herself - Newscaster
Martin Moore-Bick ... Himself - Chair Grenfell Tower Inquiry (archive footage) (as Sir Martin Moore-Bick)
Karim Mussilhy ... Himself - Victim's Nephew
Mouna Elogbani ... Herself - Grenfell Survivor (as Mouna El Ogbani)
Geraint Vincent ... Himself - Correspondent
Alex Carlile ... Himself - Former Independent Reviewer of Terrorism Legislation (as Lord Carlile)

Rohit Kachroo ... Himself - Security Editor

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