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Ghost Boat

Ghost Boat logoJack Hardy (David Jason) is the sole survivor of a mysterious submarine disaster in World War II. Now, in 1981, the ill-fated Scorpion has resurfaced, miraculously intact. Naval intelligence need Hardy's expertise to retrace the course and mission that led to her original disappearance. But what's waiting for them under the grey waters of the Baltic Sea turns out to be much worse than the Russian submarines they're expecting. Wherever Scorpian has been all this time, its brought some very bad luck back with it...

Ghost Squad

Ghost Squad logoThis series depicted the adventures of the secret crime unit of Scotland Yard, known as "The Ghost Squad," based on the real-life International Investigation Division of Scotland Yard. The series (39 episodes airing from 1961 to 1964) starred Donald Wolfit (pictured with Angela Browne) as Sir Andrew Wilson, the squad's chief, and Michael Quinn as undercover agent Nick Craig. In 1964, the series was renamed "G.S.5" for 13 episodes and featured a new agent Peter Clarke (played by Ray Barrett), who was assisted by Tony Miller, an agent from the earlier series played by Neil Hallett.

Ghosts of Motley Hall

Ghosts of Motley Hall logoThe Ghosts of Motley Hall is a British children's television series written by Richard Carpenter which was produced and directed by Quentin Lawrence for Granada Television, and broadcast between 1976 and 1978 on the ITV network. The series relates the adventures of 5 ghosts who haunt Motley Hall. Each ghost is from a different era and all with the exception of Matt are unable to leave the confines of the building and Matt himself is unable to travel outside the grounds of the Hall. The only regular character who is not a ghost is Mr Gudgin the caretaker of Motley Hall.


Gladiators logoMembers of the public are pitted against superfit Gladiators in trials of strength, speed and stamina.


Gold logoYuri Saotome is a charismatic beautician who runs a major sports gym and aesthetic salon. Her older brother died in an accident just before his opportunity to achieve a gold medal at the Olympics, so she chose to marry a wrestling gold medalist. After giving birth to four children, she and her husband broke off their marriage, leaving Yuri to raise the kids by herself. With their excellent genes, three of them have been raised as possible candidates for the next Olympic games. - Tokyograph

Great Night Out

Great Night Out logoNew series. Comedy about four thirtysomething men who gather for a weekly night on the tiles in Stockport, as they try to help each other solve problems surrounding work, romance and family. Would-be alpha male Hodge narrowly dodges wife Kath's fury after botching the plans for their wedding anniversary party - and then he and the other lads get waylaid on the way to the venue after stopping to help a worse-for-wear companion. Starring Lee Boardman, William Ash, Craig Parkinson and Stephen Walters

Greatest Cities of the World with Griff Rhys Jones

Greatest Cities of the World with Griff Rhys Jones logoGriff Rhys Jones gets under the skin of three of the greatest cities on earth for a new three part documentary series. Exploring a day-in-the-life of New York, London and Paris, Griff paints a landmark portrait of each metropolis revealing what gives each city its unique identity. From serving breakfast in New York, to late night dinner in Paris and beer in London, Griff gets stuck into the daily life of these cities. He works with garbage men in New York, gives a cut and blow dry to a poodle in Paris and tries his hand at bell ringing in London.


Grimefighters logoSeries following the daily lives of Britain's clean up teams, including pest controllers, restaurant inspectors and litter pickers

H.G. Wells' Invisible Man

H.G. Wells' Invisible Man logoDavid Banner is a research scientist trying to find a way to tap into the hidden strength that all humans possess. Then, one night in his labratory, an experiment went wrong, causing him to be...


Haggard logoIt's England in the eighteenth century and Squire Haggard (Keith Barron) travels the land with his son Roderick (Reece Dinsdale) and servant Grunge (Sam Kelly). He's looking for a young heiress to marry, so he can restore the fortune he's frittered away over years of drunken debauchery.
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