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House Guest

House Guest logoIn this non-traditional game show, a pair of hosts opens up their homes to four strangers who will judge them on their hosting abilities.

Housewife, 49

Housewife, 49 logoHousewife, 49 was a 2006 television drama based on the wartime diaries of Nella Last. Written by and starring English actress and comedian Victoria Wood, it follows the experiences of an ordinary housewife and mother in the Northern English town of Barrow-in-Furness during World War II. It was first broadcast in the UK by ITV on 10 November 2006.

How 2

How 2 logoHow 2 is a world-famous children's programme dedicated to science and general trivia. Originally aired in 1966 under the title How, TVS brought it back to life in 1990. Though the name was changed, the format stayed the same: Three presenters sit around a table, and ask rhetorical questions such as "How way-out can I be?" (about pivoting and moments), "How can failure lead to fortune?" (about the invention of the Post-it note) and "How can lighting blow your socks off?" (the question says it all!).

Huxley Pig

Huxley Pig logoThe main character, Huxley Pig, was always dreaming of adventure, exciting professions and encounters. At the start of each episode Huxley would be in his bedroom talking to Sam the squawking seagull and wondering about something. He would open his big suitcase of dress-up clothes, try something on and say, "Hmmm, I wonder". The picture would fade and be taken away into his daydreams for the rest of the story.
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Identity (2010)

Identity (2010) logoSix-part drama series following a special police unit as they investigate and uncover the corrupt side of reinventing oneself.

In Bed With Medinner

In Bed With Medinner logoIn Bed With Medinner was a mixture of stand up comedy and short sketches. The series was broadcast in a late night slot and starred and was written by Bob Mills. Air dates for some of the ITV regions varied slightly.

In The Wild: The Wildlife Series of the Stars

In The Wild: The Wildlife Series of the Stars logoA wildlife series with actors and actresses as guest narrators.


Injustice logoThe five-part series from acclaimed writer Anthony Horowitz (Collision, Foyle's War) is a story of friendship, conspiracy, betrayal and murder as well as a critical look at the way the legal system operates. On the surface William Travers is a picture of success. An accomplished criminal barrister happily living with his wife in rural Suffolk. However, Travers is still recovering from a traumatic series of events that have shaken his belief in the legal system. Reluctantly, he is drawn into a case that involves his old friend Martin Newall who faces conspiracy and murder charges while at the same time being investigated by a vicious and vengeful detective DS Mark Wenborn.

Inspector Morse

Inspector Morse logoMorse (played by the late John Thaw) is not the ideal policeman, his superiors think. He is prickly and sarcastic, a bachelor, an Oxford graduate, something of an intellectual snob, and he doesn't always follow protocol. But he gets results. Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately) is a plain family man, he follows orders, and the thing that keeps him from advancing in the Force is that he is a little slow. The show takes place in and around Oxford, where many a mysterious murder occurs. Colin Dexter, the author of the Morse novels from which these dramas developed, appears in cameo roles in most episodes. The books are: Last Bus to Woodstock (1975) Last Seen Wearing (1976) The Silent World of Nicholas Quinn (1977) Service of All the Dead (1979) Winter's Crime (short stories) (1981) The Dead o...
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