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Everyman

Everyman logoDocumentary series on religious and moral issues.

Exile

Exile logoExile is a drama series for BBC One. From the imagination of writer Danny Brocklehurst, this three part drama is a tale of prodigal redemption, but also becomes an investigative crime story. The two investigations dovetail – the intimate story of a son returning to dissect the history of his family, and the digging into a mind blowing scandal two decades old, whose effects still live on.

Face to Face

Face to Face logoSeries of interviews from the late 50s and early 60s, in which John Freeman cross-examines leading personalities of the day

Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales logoFour contemporary adaptations of classic fairy tales, Rapunzel, Cinderella, The Emperor's New Clothes and Billy Goats Gruff.
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Fake Britain

Fake Britain logoFrom his 'Fake House' stuffed with counterfeit goods, presenter Dominic Littlewood reveals the extent of fake goods in the UK

Fake Or Fortune

Fake Or Fortune logoJournalist Fiona Bruce teams up with art expert Philip Mould to investigate mysteries behind paintings. It's a world of subterfuge and intrigue as they grapple with complex battles often unseen beneath the apparently genteel art establishment.

Family (1994)

Family (1994) logoWritten by acclaimed novelist Roddy Doyle and directed by Michael Winterbottom, Family is a searing television drama that aired on BBC One and RT One in 1994. Family is a compelling, characteristically no-frills look at life in an Irish suburb, where Charlo Spencer's violent behaviour, infidelities and criminal activities are pushing his wife and children to breaking point. The original transmission was a watershed moment in Irish TV history, leading to an outcry and national debate about domestic violence. Family centres on the Spencers, a family living in a Dublin housing project. Charlo, played by Se n McGinley, is the abusive and cheating husband of Paula, played by Ger Ryan. They have four children: teenagers John Paul and Nicola, and younger children Leanne and Jack. Told over four e...

Famous, Rich and Hungry

Famous, Rich and Hungry logoFour famous volunteers try to untangle the complicated reasons and life choices that lie behind Britain's hidden hunger crisis and are challenged to help UK households find a way out of food poverty

Father Figure

Father Figure logoWritten, created by and starring comedian Jason Byrne, Father Figure follows the everyday chaos of the Whyte family. Jason Byrne plays family man Tom Whyte - a man who tries to be the best dad he can to his two sons while his wife works full time. He's the kind of dad all kids would want, and the kind of dad that all men would secretly like to be. He approaches his duties as a father with a huge dose of energy and enthusiasm, but where Tom is concerned disaster is never far away.

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