166 captures
22 Nov 2004 - 30 Mar 2021
About this capture
TV Programmes A-Z
0-9
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
 
BBC TV Guide
 
Home
Watch Live
Schedule
Programmes
Collections
Channel Trailers
FAQ
Contact Us
Have your say about BBC Four programmes and Collections
Last updated Tuesday 1 November 2011
Send us your thoughts on any BBC Four programme.
Please note that this section is for your opinions only - we cannot usually answer questions about whether programmes will be repeated or released on DVD. For questions of this nature, please visit our FAQ page. For all other questions visit Contact Us.
 
 Army: A Very British Institution
Have enjoyed the series of programmes including Sandhurst and Regimental Stories that have been shown over the past weeks. What has undoubtedly been the best feature is the online archive of documentaries on the subject of the army over the past 50 years.
Barry Shirfield, Southend-on-Sea
 David Suchet on Sid Field: Last of the Music Hall Heroes
I was amazed at one very big glaring omission from this profile, namely that Sid Field made just 3 feature films yet there was no mention at all of his last and probably best known, "Cardboard Cavalier" (1949), which co-starred Margaret Lockwood, one of the country's biggest stars of the time.
David Calder, Ledbury
 Holy Flying Circus
Brilliant, a first rate production with comic abandon not seen for a long long time. My sincere congratulations to the writers and actors for such a wonderful piece.
Tadhg Kehoe, Wicklow, Ireland
This was the funniest and most intelligent programme I have watched in such a long time! My face ached when I went to bed. The actors playing the Pythons were absolutely spot on and Cleese and Palin were spookily good. Well done, brilliant TV.
Val Found, Street, Somerset
Thank you for making Holy Flying Circus! One of the best things I've seen on TV for years - superb script, acting, production... I couldn't fault a thing! Please keep making things like this in the future - it's very highly valued.
Fleur Hughes, York
Some of the best TV I have seen in a very long time. Funny, abstract, surreal and the characterisations were spot on. Brilliant!
David, Bath
Watching Holy Flying Circus has restored my faith in British drama. It is the most entertaining and well acted programme I have seen on television in years. Thank you BBC Four.
Lisa Shanley, Midhurst, West Sussex
 The Slap
There I was, getting over my previous addiction to Mad Men every Thursday and you go and give me another one! The Slap is earthy, gritty and topical. It's brilliant.
Cherry Day, Worthing
 Wallander
These programmes are the highlight of my weekend viewing. Great stories, believable characters and excellent acting. Long may they continue.
Tony Bampton, Reading
My husband and I absolutely love Wallender with Rolf Lassgard. I think he is a truly brilliant actor. The series is riveting - far superior than any Brit productions. To say it is the highlight of my weekend viewing would be an understatement. Viva Wallender.
Christine Smith, Liverpool
I was most impressed by the dark fascination generated by this version of Wallander. Lassgard is highly convincing, playing a flawed but brilliant being who is brought low as much by unacknowledged forces emanating from deep inside himself as by the external world. In many ways he's repulsive, but also well-intentioned and vulnerable. Some nice photography on location, too.
Chris Crawley, Hemel Hempstead
I think Rolf Lassgard has brought a different dimension to the character, I have enjoyed the recent films and look forward to more.
Tommy Stevenson, Prestwick, Scotland
It seems that many people have made negative comments about Rolf Lassgard as Wallander due to the fact that they find his appearance unattractive and his demeanour 'boorish'. It is a sad indictment of our society that they value the small-minded obsession with aesthetics and style over the acting ability and soul of a truly great actor. Great drama acts as a mirror through which we see ourselves as human beings and it is often in the portrayal of a character's flaws in which we can see his or her greatest humanity. I expect quality and depth from the BBC in the programmes they choose to broadcast and I for one on this estimation am more than satisfied.
John Carter, Surbiton
Send Your Comments
Name (required) Email Address (required - will not be published) Town & Country Programme Title (required) Comments (required)
The BBC may edit your comments and cannot guarantee that all emails will be published. If you have a question about BBC Four please see our FAQ.
More Have Your Say
The Age of Stupid
British Masters
Bulgaria's Abandoned Children Revisited
Charlie Brooker's Gameswipe
Chemistry: A Volatile History
Getting On
Jonathan Meades: Off Kilter
The Killing
Lost Kingdoms of Africa
Newswipe
The Night Shift
Opera Italia
A Portrait of Scotland
Rich Hall's 'The Dirty South'
Sacred Music
The Secret Life of Chaos
The Secret Life of Waves
Spiral
Wallander (Krister Henriksson)
Wallander (Rolf Lassgard)
Women
Zimbabwe's Forgotten Children
Newsletter
Sign up to the BBC Four newsletter
Message Boards
Current Affairs
Folk Music
Jazz
Rock & Alt Music


Be on a show
Tickets for BBC shows
BBC Tours
NewsSportWeatherTravelTVRadioMore
CBBC
CBeebies
Comedy
Food
Health
History
Learning
Music
Science
Nature
Local
Northern Ireland
Scotland
Wales
Full A-Z
About the BBC
BBC Help
Contact Us
Accessibility Help
Terms of Use
Careers
Privacy & Cookies
Advertise With Us
Ad Choices
© 2011
The BBC is not responsible for the content of external sites. Read more.