Kids Who Kill (2014 TV Documentary): Ben as the Narrator
Directed by Andy Gunn. Programme looking at some of the most disturbing crimes ever committed in Britain.
The Wipers Times (2013): Ben as Lt. Colonel Howfield
Directed by Andy De Emmony. Based on the true story of how one man turned the horrors of the First World War into black comedy.
Drama inspired by the real events that took place on the weekend of 12 September 2008 – when the Lehman Brothers went to the wall. The CEO of Merrill Lynch, John Thain, is being urged to consider what will happen if Wall Street saves Lehman Brothers. His own firm is also under threat… Directed by Michael Samuels.
Drama based on three stories of Saki, ‘The Storyteller’, ‘The Lumber Room’ and ‘Sredni Vashtar’, each one telling a cruelly funny tale of children using their imagination to overcome their repressed upbringing. Directed by Sam Hobkinson.
A look at the life of Ian Fleming from when he was in Naval Intelligence as a Commander until his death in 1964. This docudrama gives an insight into what Fleming was really like and how he wrote the Bond novels. Directed by John Alexander.
Miss Marple investigates the wealthy Crackenthorpe clan, believing a body to be hidden on their estate after a visiting friend witnesses a brutal strangling murder occurring on a passing train. Directed by Andy Wilson.
Detective Inspector Matthew Fenton, who takes on an apparently routine investigation into a missing child, becomes increasingly perturbed as his inquiries uncover more and more evidence of a far-reaching web of abuse… Directed by Sallie Aprahamian
Conspiracy (2001): Ben as Dr. Josef Bühler
A dramatic recreation of the Wannsee Conference where the Nazi Final Solution phase of the Holocaust was devised. Directed by Frank Pierson.
A fictional account of the sinking of the H.M.H.S. Britannic off the Greek island of Kea in November 1916. This explores the theory of a German agent sabotaging the liner, a hospital ship. Directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith.
When David – as courageous as he is intelligent – emerges victorious from his encounter with Goliath, the Philistines’ most powerful warrior, he becomes a hero. His fame arouses the jealousy of King Saul, who tries to kill him. David flees from Saul, and finds many supporters who believe that he is destined to be king. In exile, David waits for his time to come… Directed by Robert Markowitz.
When three university friends turn up unexpectedly, twenty-something lawyer Lorna Johnston is led into a dangerous world. Directed by John Madden.
A folklorist researching an ‘urban legend’ becomes caught up in his task. The film tells its fictional story in documentary style, featuring interviews with real folklore scholars. Directed by Bill Eagles.
The most well known Shakespeare’s tragedy. Directed by Alan Horrox.
The Lost Language of Cranes (1991): Ben as Robin Bradley
A young gay man comes out to his middle-class parents, which has repercussions for his father who has long since been trying to repress his own sexuality. Directed by Nigel Finch.
The following Christmas, BBC 2 attempted something a bit more ambitious by putting the Singlettes in their own sitcom special. This was set in 1962 in a run down bedsit in Earl’s Court where our three heroines (by now Simone had replaced Lisa in the group) are on the look out for a boyfriend, fame and fortune. Naomi is working in Toni’s Milk Bar and has eyes for their hunky waiter Brian, however fellow waitress Susan plans to put a spanner in the works, both personally and professionally. Allison and Simone just want a job! But our three Singlettes won’t be beaten… Directed by Geoff Posner.
Wall of Tyranny (1988): Ben as Striemer
An American G.I. is stationed in Germany when the Berlin Wall is about to be erected. The woman he loves is in East Berlin, thus he and some friends risk their lives in an attempt to bring her and others over the Berlin Wall.
Directed by Desmond Davis.