Blast Of War, The [15 Minute Drama]

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01Helmand20150420

A soldier must time-travel to atone for the death of a comrade.

A new drama serial by Michael Symmons Roberts. A British soldier fighting in Afghanistan is sent on a journey of atonement after a comrade is killed in one of the last military actions of 2015. With Sam Troughton as Sam, Hattie Morahan as Bea, Bryan Dick as Eddie and Jordan Bernarde as Evan. Music by Jon Nicholls. Director: Tim Dee.

02Gallipoli20150421

A soldier trapped in time relives a comrade's death in 1915.

A new drama serial by Michael Symmons Roberts. A British soldier fighting in Afghanistan is sent on a journey of atonement after a comrade is killed in one of the last military actions of 2015. Unwittingly he is transported back to Gallipoli in 1915 and must relive the horror of war. With Sam Troughton as Sam, Hattie Morahan as Bea, Bryan Dick as Eddie and Jordan Bernarde as Evan. Music by Jon Nicholls. Director: Tim Dee.

03Waterloo20150422

A British soldier in Afghanistan time travels back to the fields of Waterloo in 1815.

A new drama serial by Michael Symmons Roberts. A British soldier fighting in Afghanistan is sent on a journey of atonement after a comrade is killed in one of the last military actions of 2015. Unwittingly he is transported back to Waterloo in 1815 and must relive the horror of war. With Sam Troughton as Sam, Hattie Morahan as Bea, Bryan Dick as Eddie and Jordan Bernarde as Evan. Music by Jon Nicholls. Director: Tim Dee

04Agincourt20150423

, 1415, but Sam, a soldier from 2015, is there. He has a death to atone for.

A new drama serial by Michael Symmons Roberts. A British soldier fighting in Afghanistan is sent on a time-travelling journey of atonement after a comrade is killed in one of the last military actions of 2015. Unwittingly he is transported back to Agincourt in 1415 and must relive the horror of war. With Sam Troughton as Sam, Hattie Morahan as Bea, Bryan Dick as Eddie and Jordan Bernarde as Evan. Music by Jon Nicholls. Director: Tim Dee.