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Jack the Ripper

Jack the Ripper logoThe highly popular detective pair from the series Softly, Softly, Barlow and Watt, try to solve the old mystery of Jack The Ripper in this documentary series.

James May's Toy Stories

James May's Toy Stories logoJames May is out to prove why traditional, old fashioned toys are still relevant today when he pushes them to the limit in spectacular, supersize challenges.

Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre logoBBC four part adapation of Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte. From BBC homepage: Newcomer Ruth Wilson (Jane Eyre) and Toby Stephens (Edward Rochester) head an all-star cast in a passionate new version of Charlotte Brontë's much-adored classic. The four-part serial also stars Francesca Annis (Lady Ingram), Christina Cole (Blanche Ingram), Lorraine Ashbourne (Mrs Fairfax), Pam Ferris (Grace Poole), Tara Fitzgerald (Mrs Reed), Aidan McArdle (John), and Georgie Henley, who starred in the blockbuster The Chronicles of Narnia, plays young Jane. Jane Eyre is adapted by Sandy Welch, who previously wrote the screenplay for the hugely popular North and South. Her other credits include Magnificent 7, Our Mutual Friend and Grange Hill. Director Susanna White also directed 2005's BAFTA-winning period ...

Jasper Carrott: Back to the Front

Jasper Carrott: Back to the Front logoWelcome to the Jasper Carrott: Back to the Front guide at TV Tome. 3 hours of pure Jasper Carrott jewels to keep you laughing until Christmas, and then the next Christmas, and then the next Christmas...

Jekyll

Jekyll logoJames Nesbitt stars as the infamous Doctor Jekyll that struggles to deal with his dark alter-ego, Mr. Hyde. This a re-working of the world-famous tale designed for modern times. The Doctor employs high-tech wizardry to keep his other half in check and protect his wife and kids while a shadowy organization endeavors to use the Doctor's 'ailment' toward their own goals.

Jeopardy (2002)

Jeopardy (2002) logoChildren's drama series about a group of Scottish school children who travel to Australia in search of UFOs. The exciting journey is just the beginning of their adventures as the young explorers record their experiences on camera.

Jimmy's Food Factory

Jimmy's Food Factory logoScience series in which farmer Jimmy Doherty asks what really goes into supermarket food.

Jobless

Jobless logoAs the unemployment statistics start to climb once more, multi BAFTA winning film-maker Brian Woods goes behind the numbers to the people they represent, and presents his take on the recession. Filmed throughout 2009, and seen in part through the eyes of the children, Jobless tells the interwoven stories of several families across the length and breadth of Britain, as both husband and wife cope with losing their jobs, in most cases for the first time in their lives. Andy and Jackie both worked for a computer printer company in Bracknell. Andy is confident he will soon find something, but as the months pass, the strain starts to show on both adults and children, including their 8-year-old daughter Hannah. In the North East of England, 9-year-old Leah sums up the world as she see it; "I d...

Joe's Palace

Joe's Palace logoA stellar cast led by Sir Michael Gambon, Rupert Penry-Jones, Kelly Reilly, Rebecca Hall and newcomer Danny Lee Wynter star in the latest BBC One film from acclaimed writer-director Stephen Poliakoff. Elliot (Michael Gambon) lives close by but is unable to stay in the palatial house he has inherited; it has too many echoes of the past. Once a venue for sumptuous parties and soirées, the house has become a stultifying legacy that haunts Elliot, riddled with mysteries and unanswered questions. Part messenger, part protégé, Joe (Danny Lee Wynter) is a link between Elliot and the outside world as their story and the stories of the visitors to the empty building ricochet and reverberate. Richard (Rupert Penry-Jones), a high-flying cabinet minister, conducts an illicit affair with Charlott...

John Bishop's Big Year

John Bishop's Big Year logoJohn Bishop presents two shows in which he combines stand-up, sketches and clips to take a light-hearted look back at the year that was 2012. This was the year that Brits gathered to celebrate Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee and enjoyed the excitement of the Olympics and Paralympics. However, it was also the year that the nation stoically endured a miserable recession, celebrated the discovery of the so-called God Particle, had the wettest June since the dawn of time, and got hot and flustered over a certain series of novels. John covers these and other events in his own laid-back style.
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