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BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words Creative Writing Competition at Shakespeare’s Globe On Stage – 27th May

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Tom Hiddleston reads The Sands of Time by Clara Cowan (500 Words, May 27 2016)

Benedict At Hay On Wye – Hay Festival – Letters Live 5/29/16

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Benedict Reading LettersLive!

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Benedict Applauding LettersLive! Speech…

Benedict At LettersLive!

Benedict Cumberbatch At LettersLive 2016, Sat and Sun 12th/13th March..

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Benedict’s father at Letters Live – March 15, 2016

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Benedict Cumberbatch arriving at Letters Live – March 15, 2016

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Benedict At Letters Live event, London, Britain – 15 Mar 2016

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Benedict Reads Again At This Years Letters Live!

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Benedict & Tom Read Romantic Love Letters…


Tom Hiddleston & Louise Brealey, Letters Live: All the ladies like whiskers…

Watch Benedict Cumberbatch performing ‘Hate’

Tom Hiddleston- Letters Live, All this I did without you..

Benedict Reading “I Embrace You With All My Heart”…

Adam/Eve – Only Lovers Left Alive – She walks in Beauty

Benedict Cumberbatch reads ‘Kublai Khan’

Tom Hiddleston Reads Extract From High Rise

Tom Hiddleston-Talking In Bed

Tom & Benedict Read Shakespeare


Benedict Cumberbatch singing on Rumpole and the Man of God BBC Radio 4

Listen to an exclusive taster of love-struck Benedict Cumberbatch in new Rumpole drama

Listen to an exclusive taster of love-struck Benedict Cumberbatch in new Rumpole drama

 

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Benedict Cumberbatch is back on Radio 4 and to mark the occasion here is an exclusive taster of the Sherlock star in action.

He will once again be playing John Mortimer’s Horace Rumpole in a new series, Rumpole and the Portia of Our Chambers, beginning this Friday.

The story finds Rumpole close to giving up the law thanks to a combination of factors: his attraction to pupil Phyllida Trant, an unsettling case involving an Irish terrorist and a devoted father and son, and a visit from an old flame of his wife Hilda’s.

But the love shown by a client’s son for his father convinces Rumpole that he can’t simply quit as husband, father or Old Bailey stalwart. The question of what makes a good parent runs through the drama, with Rumpole asking himself if he is turning into a bad one, especially in comparison to his client.

The adaptation also stars Jasmine Hyde as Hilda Rumpole, Cathy Sara as Phyllida Trant, Stephen Critchlow as Boxey Horne and Samuel Reader as Matthew Culp.

As we can hear below, Cumberbatch’s Rumpole really is love-struck…

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