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The Herbs

The Herbs logoThe Herbs was a BBC TV series for young children. It was written by Michael Bond (creator of Paddington Bear), produced by Ivor Wood using 3D stop motion model animation (the technique used for Wallace and Gromit) and first transmitted from 12 February 1968 in the BBC1 Watch with Mother timeslot. There were only ever 13 episodes in the series, each episode was 15 minutes long. A follow-up spin-off series, entitled The Adventures of Parsley was transmitted from 6 April 1970 in the 5-minute period between the end of children's TV and the Six O'Clock News. The Herbs consisted of a fantasy mix of human and animal characters inhabiting the magical walled garden of a country estate. At the beginning of each episode, the narrator spoke the magic word, "Herbidacious", which caused the garden ga...

The Hound of the Baskervilles

The Hound of the Baskervilles logoA four-part Sunday Classic Serial made soon after Tom Baker left Doctor Who and produced by ex-Who producer Barry Letts. Typical of the slot, it was a very literary adaptation, with most of the dialogue being taken word-for-word from the novel.

The House of Eliott

The House of Eliott logoSet in London in the 1920's, this early 90's BBC drama is based around the pretty and ambitious sisters Evie and Beatrice (Louise Lombard and Stella Gonet) as they duck and dive with scemes to succeed in London's fashion industry in the 1920's.

The Human Body

The Human Body logoThe Human Body traces the extraordinary story of human life from birth to death, exploring at each stage the incredible physical workings of our bodies. This is a unique and enthralling account of the body's journey from the miracle of conception and the rude shock of birth, through the rapid and turbulent changes of adolescence, to the gentle deceleration of old age.

The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson

The Impressions Show with Culshaw and Stephenson logoMaster impressionist Jon Culshaw joins forces with talented Debra Stephenson, who returns to her comedy roots. No one is safe as the two of them lampoon some of the most familiar celebrities in Britain today.

The Indian Doctor

The Indian Doctor logoThe life of a South Wales mining village is changed for ever when a doctor and his wife arrive from the Indian sub-continent in the Sixties, in this new five-part period comedy drama for BBC One Daytime.

The Innocence Project

The Innocence Project logo"The Innocence Project is about the law – but not about lawyers or the police. It's about failures in the process and cracks in the system. It's about young people with fire in their bellies and a healthy disregard for authority." BBC ONE

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries

The Inspector Lynley Mysteries logoInspector Lynley (Nathaniel Parker) and Sergeant Havers (Sharon Small), are Elizabeth George's crime-cracking duo from opposite sides of the track. No detective is better suited to expose the secrets of the upper classes than Lynley, himself the eighth Earl of Asherton. And while Havers may not know her earl from her escargot, she knows how to dig for clues in places a bit too seedy for the well-manicured Lynley.

The Invisible Man (1984)

The Invisible Man (1984) logoAdapted from the classic novel by H.G. Wells, this six-part serial dramatizes the story of a mad scientist who makes himself invisible and terrorizes everyone. Stays very true to the book, as opposed to the other adaptations.
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