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"Being Human" Eve of the War (2012)

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Being Human: Season 4: Episode 1 -- In an old B&B in a sleepy seaside town, there lives a vampire, a werewolf and a ghost determined to live a quiet, human life. But lurking in every corner of society there are vampires ready to rid the world of its humanity.  It's not easy protecting a newborn child from marauding vampires when you're a ghost and a couple of werewolves, but this is what our heroes must do - whatever the cost.


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Original Air Date:
5 February 2012 (Season 4, Episode 1)
In the future the world is seen to be at risk of take over by vampires. In the present Annie,Tom and... See more » | Add synopsis »
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 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Lenora Crichlow ... Annie

Russell Tovey ... George

Michael Socha ... Tom

Damien Molony ... Hal

Gina Bramhill ... Woman

Darren Evans ... Dewi

Anthony Flanagan ... Fergus
Sean Francis ... Lucas

Andrew Gower ... Cutler
Mali Harries ... Lisa

Alex Jennings ... Griffin

Tamla Kari ... Pearl
Louis Mahoney ... Leo

Mark Williams ... Regus

Paul Kasey ... George Werewolf
Ruari Mears ... Tom Werewolf
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Simon Pengelly ... Vampire Heavy (uncredited)

Clem So ... Gary (uncredited)
Tom So ... Stefan (uncredited)

Aidan Turner ... Mitchel (archive footage) (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Philip John 
Writing credits
Toby Whithouse (created and written by)

Produced by
Cheryl Davies .... line producer (as Cheryl Jarrett-Davies)
Rob Pursey .... executive producer
Philip Trethowan .... producer
Toby Whithouse .... executive producer
Original Music by
Richard Wells 
Cinematography by
Tim Palmer (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Paul Endacott 
Casting by
Di Carling 
Production Design by
Andrew Purcell 
Art Direction by
Bill Brown 
Costume Design by
Maggie Chappelhow 
Makeup Department
Eleni Kyriacou .... makeup assistant
Helen Tucker .... make-up and hair designer
Alison Webb .... makeup artist
Production Management
Rebecca Davies .... production supervisor
Ilisa Factor .... post-production supervisor: BBC
Jason Keatley .... unit manager
Rachael Lund .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Lloyd Elis .... first assistant director
Mike Gallivan .... third assistant director (as Michael Gallivan)
Mark Hedges .... first assistant director
Derek Ritchie .... second assistant director
Art Department
Richard Bennett .... production buyer
Will Cann .... stand-by props
Danny Clements .... stand-by props
Chris Cutler .... property master
Iain Downes .... art department assistant
Rachael Jones .... stand-by art director
Richard Kelloway .... prop hand
Will Pope .... standby carpenter
Nigel Salter .... prop hand
Sound Department
Ross Adams .... boom operator
Darran Clement .... dialogue editor
Helen Dickson .... foley editor
Helen Dickson .... sound effects editor
Mark Ferda .... dubbing mixer
Chris Goding .... sound assistant
Deian Humphreys .... sound recordist
Special Effects by
Freya Hargreaves .... technician
Freya Hargreaves .... technician: Millennium FX
Harvey Smith .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Rory Mulroe .... stunt performer
Tom Rodgers .... stunt performer
Lee Sheward .... stunt coordinator
Andy Wareham .... stunt performer
Camera and Electrical Department
Glenn Carvath .... electrician
Matthew Challenger .... electrician
Clare Connor .... second assistant camera
James Holloway .... grip
Matthew Lepper .... camera assistant
Steve Rees .... focus puller
Pete Scott .... electrician (as Peter Alexander Scott)
Francis Sparey .... best boy
John Truckle .... gaffer
Casting Department
Rebecca Wright .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Patrizio Gulino .... stand-by costumer
Tess Raggett .... costume stand-by
Hannah Summers .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Lee Bhogal .... assistant editor
Jon Everett .... colorist
Jeremy Lott .... on-line editor
Location Management
Jonathan Allott .... location manager
John Withers .... location assistant
Music Department
Jake Jackson .... score mixer
Davide Rossi .... musician: strings
Ross Sellwood .... music supervisor
Transportation Department
Jerry Lockett .... transport captain
Other crew
Vicky Cole .... script supervisor
Laura Cotton .... script editor
Ryan Drawbridge-Harding .... floor runner
Tori Keast .... assistant accountant
Steve Monchar .... production accountant (as Steven Monchar)
Helen Municchi .... production executive
Naomi Scott-Salisbury .... programme lawyer
Victoria Wheel .... production coordinator

Series Crew
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Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Toby Whithouse  creator

DistributorsSpecial Effects

Additional Details

60 min

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Errors in geography: Leo's hair stylist is set in Southend on Sea which has an 01702 dialing code, the shop has a number starting with 7946 which is central London.See more »


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1 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
From good (series 1-3) to Poor - really hope it improves, 9 February 2012
Author: JammyBux from United Kingdom

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

Watched BH from the beginning and its always had a fairly decent storyline with decent special effects (considering the budget compared to other shows).

This episode left me very disappointed.

Spoilers ahead.

Mitchell's death I understand and can see how they could write him back in like they did Heric if and when he comes back from staring in the Hobbit !.

However I was very disappointed with Nina's death and the way it was dealt with. Oh she's dead killed by the Vampires but no actual scenes. I can only assume she didn't want to appear in this series at all.

Annie screaming half the episode and being about as much use as a Chocolate teapot and poor old George killing himself with a poor plot idea.

Never mind the whole parallel universe concept with 3 similar characters etc.

I really hope it improves as it was a brilliant show before and has started very poorly.

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