British actress who successfully navigated the paths between television, cinema and theatre and became an unsung hero before she was finally recognised as a national treasure
The passengers of a plane that has been missing for five years suddenly return with no grasp of the lapsing time. Their mysterious reappearances unravel a web of intricate conspiracies that hint at a bigger force at play
Three part BBC BAFTA nominated miniseries which is an adaptation of a trilogy of nautical novels by William Golding set aboard a converted man-of-war, which is transporting British migrants to Australia in the early 19th century
Hugh Lloyd found fame in 'Hancock's Half Hour' and his was a perenially popular face in television sitcoms throughout the 1960s and 1970s. In this article, Television Heaven pays tribute to an actor who charmed Britain for over half a century
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One of British sitcom's most iconic characters, Lloyd-Pack also played important roles at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre. He described Trigger in Only Fools and Horses as both a blessing and a curse, before cementing his status as a national treasure in The Vicar of Dibley