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Strike Back

Strike Back logoThis six-part series, starring Richard Armitage (Spooks, Robin Hood), is an adaptation of SAS soldier Chris Ryan's novel Strike Back.

Terry Pratchett's Going Postal

Terry Pratchett's Going Postal logoGoing Postal is the story of arch-swindler Moist Von Lipwig (Richard Coyle) and the beautiful, vengeful Adora Belle Dearheart (Claire Foy). A life long traveling con-artist, Lipwig's crimes finally catch up with him in Ankh-Morpork, the largest city on the Disc. Faced with death by hanging, Lipwig is spared by the city's ruler Lord Vetinari (Charles Dance), who sees him as the perfect man for the role of Postmaster in the decrepit Ankh-Morpork post office.

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather

Terry Pratchett's Hogfather logoAs Hogswatch, the Discworld equivalent of Christmas, approaches, an unlikely group of figures must band together to, not only save the Hogfather, but to save the world as well. Join Death, his assistant Albert, Death's grand-daughter Susan, the staff of Unseen University and a magical computer on a fascinating and magical ride through the Discworld.

Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic

Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic logoThe Discworld - a magical realm quite unlike, yet hauntingly familiar to, ours - has got it's first tourist Twoflower. Rincewind, an inept ex-student wizard is given the task of guiding Twoflower through the city state of Ankh Morpork. Rincewind has two problems: firstly, as an expert coward, he doesn't feel he's the best person to guard a naive - and extremely rich, by local standards - tourist through one of the roughest cities in the multiverse. And secondly, the world is coming to an end. Never rains, eh?
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The 1970s Office

The 1970s Office logoIt hardly bears thinking about, but just imagine having to live without all the technology that we take for granted. We panic when we go to work and discover that we've left our mobile phones at home. We're enraged when our computers crash and we can't order our weekly shopping over the web. Once upon a time there was a strange world without computers, mobiles and the internet. Instead of bluetooth keyboards there were typewriters. The only way to get money from your bank was to stand in a queue and write a cheque. But we're bringing that scary world back to life in The 1970s Office, a retro-scripted reality series that will celebrate the awfulness (and the richness) of the recent past. We'll do this by meticulously recreating the typical 70s office and installing a bunch of fickle, prec...

The Angel

The Angel logoThe Angel is presented by by Amanda Byram. Different budding entrepreneurs attempt to convince billionaire investor John Caudwell to part with his money and make their business a reality.

The Café

The Café logoSet in and around a café in Weston-Super-Mare run by the generational trilogy of Mary, Carol and Sarah. Acting as the social hub of the seafront town, the café sees all walks of life pass through. Sarah is in her late twenties and has recently returned home from London as she attempts to pursue a writing career. Many of her old school adversaries still live in the area and are frequent visitors to the café. Richard, Sarah's former childhood sweetheart is a care home assistant by day and a musician by night whose feathers are ruffled when fellow class-mate and former love rival, John, now a successful events manager in London, returns to Weston to visit his elderly mother. Chloe is Sarah's oldest friend who works in the local hairdresser and always looks on the bright side of life. He...

The Great Treehouse Challenge

The Great Treehouse Challenge logoThe Great Treehouse Challenge follows the progress made as three different communities attempt to create the ultimate environmentally responsible community space.

The Moaning of Life

The Moaning of Life logoKarl might be known for having a moan, but the popular An Idiot Abroad star has never really worried about the big stuff. In this funny and entertaining travelogue with a difference, Karl sets out in his own inimitable style to check out other cultures and experience how they face up to life’s big issues like happiness, death, careers, marriage and children. Travelling from far flung tribes and cultures in Indonesia and Africa to bustling high-tech cities in America, Japan and South Korea, Karl encounters unusual beliefs, experiences ancient customs and traditions, and discovers new and bizarre modern practices. As he works as a wedding planner in India, lives the millionaire lifestyle in South Africa, attends a party funeral in Ghana and tries nude-modelling in Japan, will Karl gain wo...

The Only Gays in the Village

The Only Gays in the Village logoFour gay men are sent to work in 'gay-free' rural village. Target filmed the show in the village of Hartington in Derbyshire. The four gay men - TV faces Richard Cawley and Kristian Digby, US comic Scott Capurro and pop star Andrew Kinlochan - spent a month living in the village, taking jobs including pub and farm work.
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