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The Gunpowder Plot

The Gunpowder Plot logoAn investigation into Guy Fawkes's treasonous scheme of 400 years ago.

The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man logoThere have been three attempts to kill Lew Burnett. After the third attempt Lew decides to stay 'dead' - so that he can stay alive. Lew Burnett, owner of an international construction company, begins scouring his past to find out who hated, loved or envied him enough to want him out of the way for good; he is not running from his enemies but trying to draw them out. In this state of transition - symbolised by the Hanged Man of the Tarot - he can no longer fall back on his money or influence, just the wits and hands with which he built up his own small empire. In the process, he is forced to confront some painful truths. Made by Yorkshire Television for the ITV Network.

The Hive

The Hive logoThis preschool CGI animated series follows the fortunes of the extremely cute Bee family, who live in Honeybee Hive. Pappa Bee, Mamma Bee, Buzzbee and Rubee are really just like any other family, except they are tiny, stripy and buzz around in the sky!

The House of Windsor

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The Human Jungle

The Human Jungle logoA wide range of human interest storylines where psychiatrist Dr Roger Corder (Herbert Lom) examines the mysteries of the human experience. The complicated problems of his often irrational patients often saw him operating in the "real world", helping them to confront and understand their own fears.

The Ice Cream Girls

The Ice Cream Girls logoThe story follows two vulnerable teenage girls, who in the summer of 1995 are accused of murdering their schoolteacher. For seventeen years, the two girls are forced to go their separate ways and lead very different lives. But now in 2013, they are forced to confront each other and their dark, shared history.

The Indoor League

The Indoor League logoIndoor League was a television series broadcast in the United Kingdom by Yorkshire Television during the 1970s. It was hosted by England cricket legend, Fred Trueman who often wore a cardigan whilst smoking a pipe throughout his links. He always ended the show with the phrase, "ah'll see thee". The show featured many indoor games, the majority of which were pub-games. The "sports" included Shove ha'penny, Bar billiards, pool, skittles and arm wrestling amongst others. The show was produced by Sid Waddell, whose major success was to include a darts tournament. Darts coverage on television was in its infancy, with the News of the World Darts Championship having just begun to be broadcast on ITV. Waddell would later go on to become one of the voices of darts on television when the World Ch...

The Jeremy Kyle Show

The Jeremy Kyle Show logoThe Jeremy Kyle Show is one of Britain's most talked about shows. Our host is not afraid to speak his mind and believes the only way to solve a problem is through honesty and openness.

The Jewel in the Crown

The Jewel in the Crown logoThe Jewel in the Crown is a brilliant adaptation of Paul Scott's Raj Quartet. This award winning mini-series tells the epic story of men and women caught up in a struggle of race and class during the last five years of British rule in India.

The Jonathan Ross Show

The Jonathan Ross Show logoJonathan Ross comes to ITV1 for an all-new chat show with a dazzling array of celebrity guests.
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