Babylon (2014 - ) Soundtrack
Release date: 29 March 2014
Stars: Dominic Borrelli (Shopkeeper), Lasco Atkins (Driver), Ian McElhinney (Maher), Stuart Martin (Tony), Osi Okerafor (Gabriel Peters), Anthony Milton (TSG Sergeant), Lee Asquith-Coe (Prison Officer Richards), Jorge Leon Martinez (SO19 Police Officer), Mac Pietowski (Rioter), Stephen McDade (Rioter), Deborah Rosan (Reporter), Calvyn Desir (Youth Offender), Stuart Matthews (News Reporter), James Nesbitt (Richard Miller), Ralph Brown (Grant Delgado), Nick Blood (Warwick), Paterson Joseph (Charles Inglis), Mark Dexter (Talbot), Navin Chowdhry (Adeel), Andrew Brooke (Banjo), Tim Faraday (TSG Inspector), Tim Wallers (Jeremy), Elizabeth Berrington (Vanessa Peters), Bertie Carvel (Finn), Daniel Kaluuya (Matt Coward), Zahra Ahmadi (Yasmina), Ewan Bailey (Leighton), Garry Marriott (Paramedic), Will Sharpe (Rick), Tomi May (Richards Driver), Calvin Demba (Jason Delgado), Craig Whittaker (ARV Officer), Glen Stanway (Arresting Officer), Chris Cowlin (Police Sergeant Chris Cowlin), Pamela Betsy Cooper (Mourner), Yves O'Hara (Police Officer), Kornelia Horvath (Home Office Audience), Tony Pankhurst (Armed Reponse Officer), Janette Sharpe (Paramedic), Paul Blackwell (Police Officer), Richard Cullen (SCO19 Officer), Lee Nicholas Harris (Desk Sergeant Scotland yard), Ricky Rajpal (Protester), Amanda Edwards (WPC Tina), Richard Herdman (Uniform Police Officer), Glenn Webster (Police Officer), Matthew Tennyson (Counsellor), Alexander Bracq (TV News Reporter), Martin Crossingham (Policeman), Brit Marling (Liz Garvey), Chris Kent-Ledger (Police Officer), Sophie Wu (Carly), Ginny Dee (Uniformed Police Officer), Adrian Finighan (Al-Jazeera Reporter), James Robinson (PCSO's Husband Mr. Lovett), Vic Waghorn (Police Sergeant 353), Jon Culshaw (Mayor), Dermot Murnaghan (News Reader), Jill Halfpenny (Davina), Stuart McQuarrie (Oliver Philpot), Tamara Sharpe (Night Clubber), Aymen Hamdouchi (Marco), Priyanga Burford (SCOI Officer 2), Armin Karima (Youth), Will Austin (SCO19 Officer), Mark Baxter (SO19 Police Officer), Kazi Dinsmore (SCO19 Officer), Zee Omar (Delegate), Robbie Gee (Darren), Skye Lucia Degruttola (BMW Child), Camilla Marie Beeput (Rose), Jaspal Badwell (Police Officer), Martin Trenaman (Miles), James Lance (Granger), Ella Smith (Mia), Steve Brunton (Armed Response Officer), James Thomas Scott (Shopper), Adam Deacon (Robbie), Antonia Bernath (Female Reporter), Liam Ainsworth (Shape), Lorraine Stanley (Sandy), Cavan Clerkin (Clarkey), Jonny Sweet (Tom Oliver), Nicola Walker (Sharon), Owain Arthur (Nobbo), Jim Howick (Jerry), Mark Womack (Hopwood), Roxy Dunn (Cathy), Liza Sadovy (Caroline Carey), Barbara Serra (News Reporter), Sam Coulson (Patrick), John-Luke Roberts (Harry), Christopher Thorpe (Bomber), Susannah Wise (Jennifer Miller), Joanne Adams (Red BMW woman), Tom Anderson (SCOI Officer 2), Vanessa Babirye (Selena Jeffries), Elijah Baker (Sam), Ben Bishop (Baker), Pasha Bocarie (Questionaire), Andy Brady (Dunlop), Daniel Cook (Neighbour), Jay Cosme (Mugger), Marc Wesley DeHaney (Salesman), Steven Dixon (Sky News Reader), Ruth Gibson (Sonia), John Glynn (Householder), Charlie Hamblett (Mickey), Jonah Hull (Al-Jazeera Reporter 2), Damson Idris (Jeremy), Hamza Jeetooa (Mo), Scarlett Alice Johnson (Cooper), Anna Jones (Sky Reporter), Andrew Knott (Joe), Polly Maberly (Female IPCC Investigator), Damien Matthews (Paul), Wendy Meredith (Penny), Jennifer Miller (Susannah Wise), Tania Miller (Meeting Mother), Tyana Perez (Riot Officer), David Phelan (Vaughan), Sagar Radia (Suspect Saamir), Lauren Taylor (Al-Jazeera Reporter 3), Dan Tetsell (David), Thom Tuck (Coffee Shop Manager), George Webster (Local P.C), Arinda Alexander-Kaur (Uxbridge TV Reporter), Ako Ali (Kurdish Protestor), Layke Anderson (Aide), Tom Andrews (SCO19 Commanding Officer), Spencer Cummins (TSG Commaning Officer), Daniel Green (Calvin), Elena Hargreaves (PCSO Fiona Lovett), Louise Hulland (TV News Reporter), Sally Hurst (Ollie's Girlfriend), Ashish Joshi (TV News Reporter), Marek Larwood (London Mayor), Tom Lawrence (News Producer), Vince Leigh (PC on Screen), Nathan Mack (Tyler), Juliet Mann (TV News Reporter), Ntonga Mwanza (Newham Street Man), Glyn Pritchard (Ollie), Graham Rogers (TV News Reporter), Ian Targett (Male IPCC Investigator), Alexandra Simpson (Friend of Mia), Georgie Carter (Sun Newspaper Journalist), Ray Cook (Man in Crowd), Danny Darren (Omran), Karl Hewitt (Copper with Attitude), Conrad Peters (Chief Fire Officer), Stephen Hawke (Family Member) see more...
American PR consultant Liz Garvey is hired by Metropolitan chief constable Richard Miller to help the police force improve its image. At the same time documentary film maker Matt Coward is shadowing Territorial Support Group officers Davina, Robbie and Clarkey as they arrive at a not very well-organized Kurdish protest march where Robbie has to remember he is being filmed and tone down the abuse. Elsewhere Officer Warwick accidentally apprehends an innocent mother whom he has erroneously suspect