Was that the thing with Juliet Stevenson in? She's one of those actresses who gets all these serious gigs and we're supposed to coo and fuss about how good she is, but in reality she's as wooden as Jake the Peg's leg.
See also Ian McKellen, Emma Thompson, Gina McKee and any actor that's ever been in anything described by the BBC as a "major new drama from Steven Poliakoff"
I can't do with Gina McKee. She has this faint smile all the time that sems to sasy that she's suffering some dep pain, but is trying her best to hide it.
These dramas deal with important, relevant and interesting topics. It's a shame they are so full of holes and obvious yet unanswered questions.
So far I've enjoyed McEnzie Crook's performance, and last night Peter Capaildi, who can do no wrong in my eyes anyway was superb