Quiz (2020)
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Episode #1.3 

Persecuted and hounded by the public and press - Charles, Diana and Tecwen head to court.


Stephen Frears


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Macfadyen ... Charles Ingram
Sian Clifford ... Diana Ingram
Mark Bonnar ... Paul Smith
Aisling Bea ... Claudia Rosencrantz
Elliot Levey ... David Briggs
Risteard Cooper ... David Liddiment
Trystan Gravelle ... Adrian Pollock
Michael Jibson ... Tecwen Whittock
Helen McCrory ... Sonia Woodley QC
Michael Sheen ... Chris Tarrant
Thomas Bulpett Thomas Bulpett ... Mirror Photographer (as Tom Bulpett)
Keir Charles ... Steve Knight
Michael Elwyn ... Judge Rivlin
Beau Gadsdon ... Polly Ingram
Dolly Gadsdon Dolly Gadsdon ... Pippa Ingram


Persecuted and hounded by the public and press - Charles, Diana and Tecwen head to court.

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Did You Know?


Not only did ITV broadcast Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (1998) on which a fraud was perpetrated, it also produced the documentary, Tonight with Trevor McDonald: Major Fraud (2003) spearheaded by Martin Bashir, and the miniseries dramatizing the fraud committed against the network, through its production arm, ITVstudios See more »


[final lines: Charles and Diana Ingram have been found guilty of cheating. Charles is imagining Chris Tarrant asking him the question "did you cheat"]
Chris Tarrant: So, come on, then. What's the answer? After all that. Tell us. It's killing me.
[Charles turns off the television. His expression gives no clue to the answer]
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Crazy Credits

Captions accompanying end credits: "The Ingrams maintain their innocence to this day. They continue to work on their appeal, and hold out hope of overturning the verdict." See more »


References Noel's House Party (1991) See more »

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Coughing great drama.
18 April 2020 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

This was a tremendous, moving, engaging final part to this wonderful series. It's a great story, wonderfully acted, the only thing that stopped it from being flawless was the lack of bias.

I'll start with my gripe, the episode gives a totally one sided take on the story, you would watch this and be convinced of Ingram's innocence, they could have shown more from the prosecution. When you watch the actual footage it perhaps gives you a more questionable view.

On the plus side, it's a terrific watch, it's beautifully acted, it's a great story, and for many of us it's very relevant, like many people I was an avid fan. Best of all for me was the performance of Helen McCrory as the Defence lawyer, she was superb.

A big thumbs up, 9/10.

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14 June 2020 (USA) See more »

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