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In this series of three spy thriller films, an agent learns some disturbing truths about the British Prime Minister. To keep himself alive and continue to fight on the side of right, he's forced to flee the country. The first of the three films is titled Page Eight, the second is Turks & Caicos, and the third is Salting the Battlefield. The first of the films was released in 2011, the other two in 2014.

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1 Season, 5 Episodes
November 6, 2011
Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery
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  • From PBS and MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY - The cast and crew of "Salting the Battlefield" discuss the final thrilling installment of the Worricker film trilogy.

  • From PBS and MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY - MI5 officer Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) and Margot Tyrell (Helena Bonham Carter) are on the run together across Europe. But Worricker knows his only chance of resolving his problems is to return home and confront his nemesis--the prime minister, Alec Beasley (Ralph Fiennes).

  • From PBS and MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY - The cast and crew of "Turks and Caicos" give an inside look into the making of the exciting second installment of the Worricker film trilogy.

  • From PBS and MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY - Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) is hiding out from his work at MI5 on the island paradise Turks & Caicos. Trouble comes knocking when a CIA agent (Christopher Walken) introduces him to some dubious American businessmen. When one of them turns up dead, it's their financial PR (Winona Ryder) who seems to know more than she's letting on.

  • From PBS and MASTERPIECE CONTEMPORARY - Johnny Worricker (Bill Nighy) is an MI5 officer whose life has just been turned inside out. When his boss and best friend (Michael Gambon) dies suddenly, Worricker is left to deal with a contentious Top Secret file that threatens the entire MI5 organization. Further complicating his life is a chance encounter with his beautiful neighbor (Rachel Weisz).

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