Birdsong

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Birdsong is a two-part British 2012 television drama, based on the 1993 war novel Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks. It stars Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Wraysford and Clémence Poésy as Isabelle Azaire and was directed by Philip Martin based on a screenplay by Abi Morgan.

Birdsong is a two-part British 2012 television drama, based on the 1993 war novel Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks. It stars Eddie Redmayne as Stephen Wraysford and Clémence Poésy as Isabelle Azaire and was directed by Philip Martin based on a screenplay by Abi Morgan.

Original Release

01/22/2012 on BBC

US Release

04/22/2012

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Cast

Marie-Josée Croze Jeanne
Eddie Redmayne Stephen Wraysford
Piroska Molnar Marguerite
Matthew Goode Captain Gray
Rory Keenan Private Brennan
George MacKay Private Douglas
Richard Madden Captain Weir
Paul Rattray Tyson
Daniel Cerqueira Shaw
Thomas Turgoose Private Tipper
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
1 Episode #1.1 Sunday, 22 January 2012
2 Episode #1.2 Sunday, 29 January 2012

Directors

Philip Martin

Writers

Abi Morgan, Sebastian Faulks

Cast

Marie-Josée Croze Jeanne
Eddie Redmayne Stephen Wraysford
Piroska Molnar Marguerite
Matthew Goode Captain Gray
Rory Keenan Private Brennan
George MacKay Private Douglas
Richard Madden Captain Weir
Paul Rattray Tyson
Daniel Cerqueira Shaw
Thomas Turgoose Private Tipper
Joseph Mawle Jack Firebrace
Matthew Aubrey Private Byrne
Nicholas Moss RSM Price
Simon Nehan Evans
Misi Dunai Riley
Jamie Selfridge Post Boy
Anthony Andrews Colonel Barclay
Katalin Lábán Madame (Red Lamp House)
Kornél Simon Medical Officer
Kevin Griffiths Padre Horrocks

Producers

Tim Bevan Executive Producer
Simon Relph Executive Producer
Juliette Howell Executive Producer
Eric Fellner Executive Producer
Sebastian Faulks Executive Producer
Rebecca Eaton Executive Producer
Ann Skinner Executive Producer
Lucy Richer Executive Producer
Lynn Horsford Producer
Veronica Castillo Producer

Editors

Kristina Hetherington

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