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Victoria's Empire

Victoria's Empire logoVictoria's Empire was a three part travel series that first appeared on televison in 2007 on the television station BBC One. It was fronted by comdedienne and actress Victoria Wood. Wood travelled around the world in search of the history, cultural impact and customs which the British Empire placed on the parts of the world it ruled. The documentry was called Victoria's Empire after the presenter, as Wood herself is named after the ruler of the British Empire, Queen Victoria. Wood specifly looked at places named after the monarch.

Waiting for God

Waiting for God logoWelcome to the complete Waiting for God guide at TV Tome. When Tom Ballard moves to Bayview Retirement Vilage, he meets Diane Trent, a fiesty old woman who complains about everything and wants nothing more than just to die. Much to the dislike of Harvey Baines, the head of the home, the two form a friendship and eventually a romance, helping each other out of tight situations. Tom's son, Geofrey, and daughter-in-law, Marion (whom Tom doesn't particularly like) are constantly stopping in and Jane, a worker at the home, is Diane's worst nightmare being constantly cheerful. Together, though, Tom and Diane make it together while they are waiting for God.

Waking the Dead

Waking the Dead logoLed by Detective Superintendent Peter Boyd (Trevor Eve) the Cold Case Squad investigates serious crimes which have gone unsolved. Armed with the latest technological advances and old fashioned hard work, Psychological Profiler Grace Foley (Sue Johnston), Forensic Pathologist Frankie Wharton (Holly Aird), Detective Constable Mel Silver (Claire Goose) and Detective Sergeant Spencer Jordan (Wil Johnson) wake the dead for clues and answers.
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Wales and the History of the World

Wales and the History of the World logoFor such a small country population wise, the people of Wales have had a remarkable impact on world history - in the way we travel, the way we shop, and even in the way we do our sums. Conversely, the rest of the world has impacted on Wales, through wars, through immigration, bringing a host of new ideas and new philosophies. Eddie Butler reveals a remarkable record of that interaction, unravelling some of the stories about the things left behind by such events, things that have been collected in museums across Wales.

Walk On The Wild Side

Walk On The Wild Side logoMeet the Not-Very-Scary-Sharks, the Scratching Badgers, the DIY Orangutan, the Vultures' Flying School and a marmot called Alan. They all come together in this show which combines the comedy talents of Jason Manford and friends together with some jaw-dropping natural history footage

Walking With Beasts

Walking With Beasts logoWalking with Beasts takes up the story where Walking with Dinosaurs left off. Broadcast in 2001, it told the story of life on Earth from the death of the dinosaurs to the dawn of the age of man. Weird and wonderful creatures, from Woolly Mammoths to birds that ate horses, pushed special effects teams to the limit.

Walking With Cavemen

Walking With Cavemen logoGround-breaking special effects illustrate the drama of human evolution in Professor Robert Winston's four-part new series.Series examining the world of the prehistoric ancestors of modern-day humans.

Walking with Dinosaurs

Walking with Dinosaurs logoBroadcast in 1999, Walking with Dinosaurs set out to create the most accurate portrayal of prehistoric animals ever seen on the screen. Combining fact and informed speculation with cutting-edge computer graphics and animatronics effects, the series took two years to make.

Wallace & Gromit

Wallace & Gromit logoWallace and Gromit are the main characters in a series of four British animated short films, several series of short interstitials, and a feature-length film by Nick Park of Aardman Animations. All the characters were made from moulded plasticine modelling clay on metal armatures, and filmed with stop motion clay animation. Wallace, an absent-minded inventor from Wigan, Lancashire, is a cheese enthusiast (especially for Wensleydale cheese). His companion, Gromit, appears to be rather more intelligent than his master. Wallace is voiced by veteran actor Peter Sallis; Gromit remains silent, communicating only through facial expressions and body language. Due to their popularity, the characters have been called positive international icons of modern British culture and of the British people. ...
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