Discussion and Q&A with writer David Nicholls, actors Tom Hollander, Tom Taylor and Thaddea Graham and director Geoffrey Sax
Tom Hollander and adaptor David Nicholls discuss their upcoming new drama – hear all about it at this special Q&A.
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Photograph: Colin Hutton/BBC
Total runtime 60min
Humour and heartbreak play out in BBC1’s new four-part drama Us, adapted by David Nicholls from his bestselling novel. Connie (Saskia Reeves) blindsides her husband Douglas (Tom Hollander) when she tells him she’s not sure they have a future together – will a grand tour of Europe heal the family’s wounds? Ahead of its broadcast later this year, we take a first look at scenes from the drama, and hear from some of the talented team behind the show.
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