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The Dreamstone

The Dreamstone logoThis award-winning British animated series takes you on a journey into the land of dreams and nightmares... where you will meet the Noops, Wuts and Urpneys that live there! Discover a battle set in a faraway world between a kind dreammaker and the evil Zordrak - the lord of nightmares. Join Rufus, Amberley and friends and discover the magical phenomenon of the Dreamstone.

The Exit List

The Exit List logoA team of two contestants enter a maze of 26 rooms, containing either a question linked to an amount of money, or a panic room, which requires them to memorize a list of pictures shown to them. Correct answers are added to their exit list, while incorrect answers add all four choices to the exit list. As they venture deeper into the maze, the money values in the room increase. However, in order to win the money, they must be able to recite their exit list from memory.

The Famous Five

The Famous Five logoThis show Is Adapted from the famous Enid Blyton's books 'The Famous Five', the series filmed in summer 1995 and 1996 was not the first one. The first adaptation : a film in 1957 The first Tv series : 1978. In 1978, the action was set in the 70's, whereas in the 1996 series, the action was set in 1953. It means to say, the decade when the original books have been written.

The Famous Five (1978)

The Famous Five (1978) logoMeet the Famous Five: Julian (Marcus Harris), Dick (Gary Russell), Anne (Jennifer Thanisch), their cousin George (Michelle Gallagher) and her dog Timmy. Ruined castles and rolling moors; mysterious islands and hidden caves: the five can find adventure wherever they are. Join them at Kirrin Cottage, or away on their holidays as they encounter smugglers, scoundrels and spies. Thankfully, Uncle Quentin and Aunt Fanny are always around to offer lashings of ginger beer. Based on the best-selling Enid Blyton series of books, this classic 70 s TV series also features the talent of classic British actors, including; Patrick Troughton, Ronald Fraser, Brian Glover, David Rappaport and an early appearance from Rupert Graves.
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The Fear

The Fear logo24 year old Carl Galton represents a new kind of London gangster. In his relentless pursuit of wealth and status, signalled by luxury cars and designer clothes, Carl is brutally efficient and has scant regard for any traditional notions of honour. Following his brother's death in and east-End bar brawl, his focus shifts from protection rackets in North London to the territory of the old school East-End 'firms' - and he is prepared to use any means necessary to establish dominance there. Made by Euston Films, a subsdiary of Thames Television, for the ITV Network.

The Fixer

The Fixer logoJohn Mercer is ex-Special Forces serving a double life sentence for the murder of his aunt and uncle. It was a crime he committed out of revenge for the years of physical abuse his sister Jess suffered at their hands. Released from prison unexpectedly early, John is introduced to the shadowy Lenny Jameson, a police officer retired on grounds of 'ill health.' He quickly learns that his freedom comes at a price. Jameson runs an unofficial operation with a simple brief: remove untouchable criminals and disorganise crime. Mercer’s role is that of hitman. Blackmailed by Douglas into killing for the state, Mercer struggles to come to terms with his mission. Desperate for any chance at a normal life, he attempts to reconcile himself to the task in hand. But each new assignment only brings hi...

The Flint Street Nativity

The Flint Street Nativity logoThe Flint Street Nativity focuses on a class of seven year olds as they prepare and perform the nativity story in front of an audience of their parents. With mistakes, misunderstandings and comedic moments, the film follows the class through the evening as the children begin to reflect the images of their parents.

The Forsyte Saga (2002)

The Forsyte Saga (2002) logoThe Forsyte Saga is an immense drama of sex, power, and money. It chronicles the lives of three generations of a powerful Victorian family. Superior, arrogant and confident on the surface, beneath the imposing veneer lies a festering core of unhappy and brutal relationships, riddled with jealousies and tensions. At the heart of the Saga is Soames Forsyte (Damian Lewis), a rich and successful partner in the family law firm and a staunch upholder of the old moral code. But his fiery, tormented relationship with his beautiful wife Irene (Gina McKee) upsets his complacency and as Irene embarks on a passionate affair, the Forsyte Family is cruelly ripped apart in a bitter feud. A classic of English literature, The Forsyte Saga paints a fascinating picture of early twentieth century London lif...

The Fosters

The Fosters logoBritish sitcom about an African-American family; based on "Good Times".

The Four Just Men

The Four Just Men logoAn action series about 4 men who are devoted to fighting injustice everywhere. It was actually 4 shows in one. The four main stars along with their co-stars would each appear every fourth week or so (except for the pilot where they all appear together). The men are all connected, however, in that they served in the military together during World War II. Years after the war they had all established their lives in different parts of the world. When their former commander dies, he leaves them a recording asking them to fight injustice and leaves them a fortune to pay for the fight.
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