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Life of Shakespeare

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Lightfields logoFive-part supernatural drama series set in three different eras on a remote farmhouse called Lightfields on the Suffolk coast.

London's Burning

London's Burning logoThis hit LWT drama began in 1988, but two years before the series, Jack Rosenthal did a film called London's Burning, The Movie. It was a huge hit with the public. We saw an insight into characters such as Tate, Hallam, Bayleaf, Sicknote and Josie. It had everything from plane crashes, tube disasters, house fires, car accidents, people trapped, a fire engine explode and the rescue of a cat. The last series of London's Burning was shown in 2002.

Long Lost Family

Long Lost Family logoPresented by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell, the series offers a last chance for people who are desperate to find long lost relatives. The series helps a handful of people, some of whom have been searching in vain for many years, find the family members they are desperately seeking. It explores the background and context of each family's estrangement and tracks the detective work and often complex and emotional process of finding each lost relative before they are reunited. With the help and support of Davina and Nicky, each relative is guided and supported through the process of tracing the member of their family they have been desperately seeking, in some cases for most of their lives.

Loose Women

Loose Women logoLoose Women is a British lunchtime television programme, first broadcast in 1999 on ITV. It consists of a panel of four women who interview celebrities and discuss topical issues, ranging from daily politics and current affairs, to celebrity gossip.

Lost in Austen

Lost in Austen logoJemima Rooper stars as Amanda Price - the frustrated romantic who lives for reading and adores the characters in her Jane Austen books. Then one day she discovers a gateway in her flat and ends up being transported to her favourite world, the world of Pride and Prejudice. But is the “true” story in danger of being thrown off track by her presence?

Love and Marriage (2013)

Love and Marriage (2013) logoLove and Marriage is a comedy drama series featuring the love and ties which bind the chaotic Paradise family.

Love For Lydia

Love For Lydia logoThis thirteen-part series explores just how painful love can be for young people. Would-be writer Edward Richardson is in love with heiress Lydia Aspen and wants her all to himself. Lydia professes to be in love with him, but her first love is excitement. There are several other young men who vie with Richardson for Lydia's affection, and she sends mixed signals to them all, playing them off against each other, sometimes with dire results. At least that's the way Richardson sees things, but it's not the whole story.

Love in a Cold Climate

Love in a Cold Climate logoWelcome to the Love in a Cold Climate guide at TV Tome. This is the 1980 serialization of Nancy Mitford's books The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate - fictionalized accounts, from the 1920s to the war years of the 1940s, of the youth and love-life of a circle of English debs based on the famous Mitford sisters, Nancy, Jessica, Unity, Diana and Deborah. The central characters of the series are Linda, Louisa and Jassy Radlett, their parents Lord and Lady Alconleigh (otherwise Uncle Matt and Aunt Sadie, memorably played by Michael Aldridge and Judi Dench), the Radletts' cousin Fanny Logan (who lives with them because her mother, 'The Bolter', runs off with a variety of men) and their friend Lady Polly Hampton, daughter of a Viceroy of India. Because Polly (Rosalyn Landor) is an onl...

Love Thy Neighbour

Love Thy Neighbour logoTakes a lighthearted look at the problem of colour through the eyes of a white couple, Eddie and Joan Booth, and a black couple, Bill and Barbie Reynolds, who move in next door. This series helps to take some of the heat out of race relations by showing the funny side of everyday conflict.
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