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Equestrian Controversy 

Tony Ward,an eccentric,foul-mouthed film director,launches a one man protest against the equestrian events being held in Greenwich Park by dumping horse manure,at first outside Ian's office... See full summary »

Director:

John Morton

Writer:

John Morton

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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Hugh Bonneville ... Ian Fletcher
Amelia Bullmore ... Kay Hope
Olivia Colman ... Sally Owen
Vincent Franklin ... Nick Jowett
Jessica Hynes ... Siobhan Sharpe
Karl Theobald ... Graham Hitchins
Tim McInnerny ... Tony Ward
John Hollingworth ... Reporter
John Ramm John Ramm ... Nigel Fox
Ingrid Oliver ... AP The Today Programme
James Naughtie James Naughtie ... James Naughtie
Sarah Montague Sarah Montague ... Sarah Montague
Lucy Briers Lucy Briers ... Laura Fletcher
David Tennant ... Narrator (voice)
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Storyline

Tony Ward,an eccentric,foul-mouthed film director,launches a one man protest against the equestrian events being held in Greenwich Park by dumping horse manure,at first outside Ian's office and then outside his house,which does little for his fractured relationship with his wife. Nor does Sally buying him new clothes after his wife has locked him out help. Kay does her bit for ecology by trying to save the stag beetle but Ian ends up in a live radio broadcast with Ward,which is ended before any points can be made. The equestrian events are approved but Ian ends up living with his sister. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Genres:

Comedy

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

18 April 2011 (UK) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Ian Fletcher: So, we have a giant pile of horse shit on the pavement outside.
Sally Owen: Yes.
Ian Fletcher: I'm assuming that's not an accident.
Sally Owen: They're looking at the CCTV now. Apparently, it was just there when they came back this morning.
Ian Fletcher: Well if it is, it's an accident of truly epic proportions. I pity the horse involved.
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