Odd Man Out

British sitcom starring John Inman as a chip-shop owner who sells up his thriving business to take on an ailing seaside rock factory with his half-sister

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Beasts

Laden with suspense, drama and a thick vein of black humour Beasts presented stories of civilised man in conflict with the primal, animal side of existence.

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Hitler: The Rise of Evil

Primetime Emmy Award winning Canadian drama series that explores the rise of Nazi power during the years prior to World War II

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No Job for a Lady

Jean Price is the idealistic, newly-elected Labour Party Member of Parliament - trapped in a man's world, a place where bureaucracy and blather cheerfully co-exist...

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In Los Angeles at the beginning of the 1980s a new drug, which will change the game for ever, is about to hit the streets. A storm is coming and it's name is crack...

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When Tony Hancock left the BBC for ITV his was one of the most watched shows on British television. By the end of this ITV series his career was in shreds...

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Amazon's adult animated series about a teenager whose father is the most powerful superhero on the planet. As he begins to develop his own powers, he discovers his father’s legacy may not be as heroic as it seems...

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Using racist words and language that would see a swift ending of a Twitter or Facebook account if they were replicated today, 'Love Thy Neighbour' shows how times have changed. No young eyes can look now at an episode of this once prime-time series and not be astonished by what they see.

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An intimate story of one of the most dramatic transitions of power in the last 2,000 years. At a key turning point for the Catholic Church, Pope Benedict XVI forms a surprising friendship with the future Pope Francis

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