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Send in the Dogs

Send in the Dogs logoA documentary series looking at the work of the Metropolitan Police Dog Unit in Britain.

Serious and Organised

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Sharpe

Sharpe logoSharpe is a British series of television dramas about Richard Sharpe, a fictional British soldier in the Napoleonic Wars. Sharpe is the hero of a number of novels by Bernard Cornwell; most, though not all, of the episodes are based on the books. Produced by Central Independent Television for the ITV network, the series was shot mainly in Turkey and Crimea, although some filming was also done in England, Spain and Portugal.

shelley

shelley logoJames Shelley is highly educated and has a PhD in geography. He is also unemployed and has no intention of working. He lives with his girlfriend Fran in a bedsit at the home of Mrs. Hawkins (known as Mrs. H) and the series follows his mis-adventures as he ducks, dodges and tries as hard as possible not to be caught up in Thatcher's Britain!

Sherlock Holmes (1984)

Sherlock Holmes (1984) logoThis listing takes in several series (all made by Granada, between 1984 and 1994) in which the late Jeremy Brett played the great detective :- The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Return of Sherlock Holmes, The Casebook of Sherlock Holmes, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, The Sign of Four, and The Hound of the Baskervilles. Granada Television had set themselves the task of filming every one of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories. A number of the mysteries were still waiting to be filmed at Jeremy Brett's death in 1995, but Granada decided not to continue without him.

Shine on Harvey Moon

Shine on Harvey Moon logoMore than just a comedy series, 'Shine on Harvey Moon' was also an entertaining historical record of changing attitudes and changing lifestyles in a drastically changed world. After being demobbed from his post as a stores clerk for the RAF stationed in Bombay, former professional footballer Corporal Harvey Moon returned home to the East London district of Hackney only to discover that his family friends and neighbours had assumed him missing in action. Created by the writing partnership of Laurence Marks and Maurice Gran who went on to create such comedy classics as 'Birds of a Feather' and 'Goodnight Sweetheart'. Originally broadcast on ITV in 1982, 'Shine on Harvey Moon' features a superb cast including Kenneth Cranham, Elizabeth Spriggs, Maggie Steed, Pauline Quirke, Linda Robso...

Show Me The Funny

Show Me The Funny logoShow Me The Funny will see 10 new comedians travelling to different parts of the country and completing tasks designed to introduce them to the town or city, its people, and customs. They'll then have to perform an all-new routine to a demanding crowd of locals... Hosted by Jason Manford each of the hour-long prime time episodes will follow the comedians as they write and perform a new stand-up set based on their experiences that week. Their performances will be judged by stand-up and actor Alan Davies, critic Kate Copstick, and a guest - ranging from Cannon and Ball to Bob Mortimer - with the weakest of the comics sent home.

Sing If You Can

Sing If You Can logoSing If You Can sees some of Britain’s most popular celebrities taken out of their comfort zone to perform in extreme and hilarious circumstances. Hosted by comedian Keith Lemon and Queen of the Jungle Stacey Solomon, every episode will see two celebrity teams trying to belt out modern hits and classic crowd-pleasers while taking on extraordinary challenges designed to distract them. Will the celebs hold their nerve while performing a song from a specially-designed erupting volcano? Or complete a solo while having their chest waxed? Each episode features a celebrity judging panel, who will cast an irreverent eye over proceedings. Ultimately, however, it will be the studio audience to decide which team goes through to the end game. The stakes are high as one celebrity from the losing ...

Sky

Sky logoA young time traveller from another dimension becomes stranded on Earth.

Slow Blokes in France

Slow Blokes in France logoRon Bendell, Chris Denham and Craig Rich explore France, catching up with former West Country residents who are now living on the other side of the Channel. They find how the expats have adapted to life in Brittany and Normandy, running a variety of businesses from carp fishing to sausage making
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