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The Matt Lucas Awards

The Matt Lucas Awards logoMatt Lucas brings his Radio 2 panel show format to television. Guests nominate people and things for his obscure award categories

The Michael McIntyre Chat Show

The Michael McIntyre Chat Show logoThe stand-up moves to a job where he can sit down.

The Miracle of Bali

The Miracle of Bali logoThe Miracle of Bali is a BBC series of cultural documentaries narrated by David Attenborough and first shown in 1969. The series comprises three programs about the culture of Bali

The Morecambe and Wise Show (1968)

The Morecambe and Wise Show (1968) logoThe nine series of 50 minute programmes produced between 1968 and 1976 by Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise are generally considered to be their best output; all penned by Eddie Braben (save for the 1976 Christmas Show which was penned by John Junkin and Barry Cryer) these programmes used a familiar format of opening spot with the duo in front of their familiar "tabs", followed by a musical guest, sketches, another musical guest followed by a scene in the fictional flat, either in bed or in the lounge greeting star guests, usually a play "What Ern Wrote" and the closing song and credits. This format was occasionally not used but was considered the "norm" during the pair's BBC years. Until 1973, unlike other shows episodes were broadcast every fortnight rather than weekly.

The Morph Files

The Morph Files logoMorph and his pals are clay characters, infinitely mutable. First Morph and a pal play hide and seek, and it's tough to find Morph. Morph is also computer literate, adept at video games that feature his friends in sorry situations. While he and Chas are clowning around, they wake a colicky baby, and they must go to great and creative lengths to get the child back to sleep. By the time the babe is sleeping, Morph is ready for a nap, but his noisy pal keeps him awake. Can this man with feet (and head) of clay find a way to get his rest? Written by [email protected]

The Murder Game

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The Murder Room

The Murder Room logoThe lease on the Dupayne Museum is almost up and under the terms of their father's will, all three of the Dupayne children must agree to continue or the museum is to close. Neville Dupayne is dead set against continuing the museum when the money could be used for a much better purpose. One of the museum's key attractions is the Murder Room, displaying information on a series of notorious murders from between the two World Wars. When Neville dies in a way reminiscent of one of the murders on display in the Murder Room, Commander Adam Dalgleish is asked to investigate. There are any number of suspects: his siblings, several museum employees who will lose their job, his secretary with whom he once had an affair and his daughter who felt he was an absentee father. A second murder reveals some ...

The Musketeers

The Musketeers logoThe series charts the fortunes of The Musketeers, an elite band of soldiers operating in 17th century Paris. D’Artagnan, Athos, Aramis and Porthos fight for what is just, and are heroes in the truest and most abiding sense - men we can trust and believe in to do the right thing, regardless of personal risk.

The Nativity

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The Nature of Britain

The Nature of Britain logohe eight-part series, which can be seen this October on BBC One, is the first comprehensive portrait of the links between Britain's plants, animals and the places where we live for over 20 years and a first for the channel. Focussing on eight distinct habitats – Island, Farmland, Urban, Freshwater, Coastal, Woodland, Wilderness and Secret Britain – familiar creatures are shown in new ways and rare and elusive ones are shown for the very first time.
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