Utopia (2013–2014)
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Episode #2.5 

With the revelation that her father is alive, Jessica and Milner set off to find him. Arby takes Grant and Anton to a place from his past, a remote mountainside where he came as a child.


Samuel Donovan (as Sam Donovan)


Dennis Kelly (creator), Huw Kennair-Jones (original idea) | 3 more credits »




Episode credited cast:
Adeel Akhtar ... Wilson Wilson
Paul Higgins ... Michael Dugdale
Geraldine James ... Milner
Neil Maskell ... Arby
Fiona O'Shaughnessy Fiona O'Shaughnessy ... Jessica Hyde
Alistair Petrie ... Geoff
Alexandra Roach ... Becky
Nathan Stewart-Jarrett ... Ian
Oliver Woollford Oliver Woollford ... Grant
Ruth Gemmell ... Jen Dugdale
Emilia Jones ... Alice Ward
Sylvestra Le Touzel ... Leah
Ian McDiarmid ... Anton
Paul Ready ... Lee
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Bagnall ... Well Dressed Drunk


As Terrence, ostensibly a fast food worker, prepares to send the packages of the virus to the pilots Jessica, with her hostage Milner, goes after Arby, who has taken Anton and Grant to a hut on remote moorland. Becky helps Dugdale rescue his wife and daughter whilst Wilson catches up with Ian and is appalled when Ian gives him proof that Janus completely eradicates the effect of the vaccine designed to combat the Russian flu. Realizing that Milner has tricked him and that millions will die Wilson, with Ian in tow, catches up with the group on the moor just as Jessica and Milner reach them. Jessica cannot bring herself to killing her father, who confesses that she is one of a select group of Roma programmed to survive the vaccine before he shoots and wounds Arby. Wilson begs Milner to stop the release of the virus and when she refuses he kills her. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Release Date:

5 August 2014 (UK) See more »

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Kudos Film and Television See more »
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Did You Know?


When Wilson calculates the weight of the pound sterling banknotes in the given amount of ransom demand, he claims that the highest denomination is £50. Technically, it is true for the banknotes issued by Bank of England. Other banks within the United Kingdom do issue £100 banknotes. See more »

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