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Hale & Pace

Hale & Pace logoBritish Comedy Series starring Gareth Hale and Norman Pace. Hale and Pace met while in Teacher training and bonded. They began performing comedy stand-up to supplement their teachers wages. After recording a single on-off special for London Weekend Television in Christmas 1986, they were given a full series in 1988. Their relationship with ITV lasted a decade, with most of their programmes going out around 10pm on a Sunday. Their most famous comic creations are the bouncers The Two Rons - also known as The Management; and children's TV presenters Billy (Hale) and Johnny (Pace). A number of their TV sketches caused controversy, especially a scene performed when they pretended to have microwaved a cat.

Half Broken Things

Half Broken Things logoHalf Broken Things is a tense, disturbing drama where the lines between good and evil become blurred in the pursuit of happiness. Facing imminent forced retirement, Jean (Wilton), a house-sitter on her final job in a beautiful country house, begins to live in the place as though she owns it. When fate brings two strangers to the house - Michael, a petty thief, and Steph, a pregnant girl on the run from her abusive boyfriend - Jean discovers the family she has always wanted. Inevitably the past starts catching up with them, threatening to destroy the delusional yet idyllic, isolated life they have created. Discovery looms.

Hammer House of Horror

Hammer House of Horror logoThis series represents the television stage in the long and curious career of Hammer Films, which has its origins in the early years of the twentieth century. Each episode of the series stands alone and has its own cast. All achieve a high standard of psychological tension, in the best traditions of British horror. Look out for British stars of the later 1980s appearing in some of their earliest on-screen roles, including Simon MacCorkindale, Rosalyn Landor, Caroline Langrishe, and Pierce Brosnan.

Hammer House of Mystery & Suspense

Hammer House of Mystery & Suspense logoHammer's second series of horror and suspense tales, made in association with 20th Century Fox. This was Hammer Films' last project before going into hiatus.
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Hardware

Hardware logoMike (Martin Freeman), student trainee Steve (Ryan Cartright) and Kenny (Peter Serafinowicz) constitute the expert staff of Hamway's Hardware Store, London - where the customer is rarely right. They run the store under the watchful eye of boss Rex (Ken Morley), a man in the throes of a mid-life crisis, while respite and refreshment are provided by the nearby café run by Julie (Ella Kenion) and Mike's girlfriend, Anne (Susan Earl); their relationship is occasionally stretched to breaking point by regular outbreaks of laddish behaviour, dangerous DIY and the occasional unwanted house-guest...

Hark at Barker

Hark at Barker logoHark at Barker was a 1969 British comedy series combining elements of sitcom and sketch show, which starred Ronnie Barker. Each show began with a spoof news item read by Barker as a continuity announcer. He would then introduce the main part of the programme, a lecture to be given by Lord Rustless (also Barker) on a different topic each week from his stately home, Chrome Hall. Helped and hindered by Rustless' secretary (Mildred) Bates, his Butler Badger, his bad-tempered Cook, his incoherent gardener Dithers and (in Series 2) his buxom, near-mute maid Effie, these lectures invariably degenerated into farce, and were frequently interrupted by comic sketches on film or videotape which also starred Barker in various roles.

Harley Street

Harley Street logoITV brings a new medical drama to its screens. Harley Street is set in the famous medical district in London. The show focuses on a private practice where two doctors and a cosmetic surgeon run the show.

Harry Hill's TV Burp

Harry Hill's TV Burp logoHarry Hill stars in this surreal comedy show, revolving around the previous week's shows on British television.

He Kills Coppers

He Kills Coppers logoThree policemen are brutally murdered during the 1966 World Cup celebrations. "He Kills Coppers" follows three men connected to the deaths; Frank (a fellow policeman), Tony (an ambitious journalist, and witness to the murders), and Billy (the murderer).

Headcases

Headcases logoTopical satirical CGI comedy show which pokes fun at the great and good - from celebrities to politicians and members of the Royal Family.
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