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We'll Meet Again

We'll Meet Again logoPeriod drama series. During world war II a group of Us Eight Air Force 525 th Bomb Group air crew and pilots are stationed in the small Suffolk town of Market Wetherby much to the initial disrust of its older inhabitants and the delight of the younger female ones.

When Playboys Ruled the World

When Playboys Ruled the World logoNew documentary looking at the lives of 1970s motorsport legends, James Hunt and Barry Sheene. They were the sports stars who defined an era: the daredevil bravery they employed on the track taking them to the very top of world motorsport, and their hell-raising antics keeping them in the pages of the world's press. This documentary examines the close relationship between the two British world champions who became like brothers. When Playboys Ruled The World contrasts public and media attitudes towards the private lives of Hunt and Sheene in comparison to the heavily scrutinised lifestyles of today's multi-million pound sports stars.

Where the Heart Is

Where the Heart Is logoAn engaging story of family, love and life and people's ever-changing fortunes in rural England. Set against the rugged landscape of Yorkshire, this popular programme follows the busy public and private lives of District Nurses, as they bring nursing and emotional care to the needy – young and old alike. Made initially by Anglia Television and later by Meridian Televison for the ITV Network.

Whitechapel

Whitechapel logoLondon 2008. A series of bloody, tragic and impossible crimes suggest someone is carrying out copycat Jack the Ripper murders 120 years after the killer first struck. The clock is ticking as the case turns into a hunt for an old adversary, with three unlikely heroes at the centre of it all.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (UK)

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (UK) logoHosted by Chris Tarrant, possibly the most well known quiz show in the world, it is no wonder Who Wants to be a Millionaire has been nominated and won so many BAFTAs. In this show Chris Tarrant asks someone 15 questions, with multiple choice answers, which gets harder as the show goes on. They have three life-lines, Phone a Friend, Ask the Audience and 50/50. Though America has formed a rip off version of this, this is the real McCoy. Though America has had about ten winners, the pound is worth more, so the questions are harder. 5 millionaire's have been made in this fantastic game show. There is a money tree, which you will progress through the questions. £1,000,000 £500,000 £250,000 £125,000 £64,000 £32,000 £16,000 £8000 £4000 £2000 £1000 £500 £300 £200 £100 The bold ones ...

Whodunnit? (UK)

Whodunnit? (UK) logoBritish game show in which celebrity panelists were shown a dramatised murder and had to guess the identity of the killer or killers from the clues presented.

Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart logoWild at Heart catches up with British vet Danny Trevanion and his family as they strive to expand the veterinary practice and co-exist with their neighbours through a drought which grips the region. Danny's wife, Sarah, is busy juggling work and family life, and Lucy-Jo Hudson as daughter Rosie, is keen to prove herself an able vet assistant to her father while romancing bar owner Max.

Wild Britain with Ray Mears

Wild Britain with Ray Mears logoAdventurer and nature lover Ray Mears explores some of Britain's more inaccessible countryside to discover the wildlife living just outside our front door.

William and Mary

William and Mary logoWilliam Shawcross' (Martin Clunes) search for love is complicated by his job - not many women want to date an undertaker!Mary is a divorced mother of two boys has a more ambivalent approach to the whole idea of dating. But she is cautiously prepared to give it a go to find the right man. William and Mary is the story of how these two people meet and fall in love while life throws...

Wire in the Blood

Wire in the Blood logoOne of the best crime dramas in recent years, Wire in the Blood centers around Dr. Tony Hill, (Robson Green), a clinical psychologist who is able to get inside the heads of terrifying serial killers to solve the crimes. Paired with Detective Inspector Carol Jordan, (Hermione Norris), the two take on the toughest and seemingly impenetrable cases to beat the killers and the clock before they strike again. It's a fast paced and thrilling ride that uses a combination of scientific expertise and an obsessive attraction, by Dr. Hill, to the murderers. The show borders on the surreal, which adds an additional measure of intensity. Brilliant performances by Robson Green and Hermione Norris will keep you locked in your chair throughout the entire episodes.
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