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Blackpool logoRipley Holden is a flawed hero; a charismatic family man who trained at the school of hard knocks. Ripley is poised to make top dollar as the seaside town reinvents itself as the Las Vegas of the Lancashire coast. As he struggles to keep his chaotic family in check, Ripley hangs on to one hope - the good life is just around the corner. But family life begins to take its toll and, when the body of a young man is found in his showpiece arcade, he finds himself brought down by a series of events that are out of his control.

Blake's 7

Blake's 7 logoThis memorable and imaginative series from the mind of Terry Nation (famous for creating the Daleks on Doctor Who). It chronicled the adventures of a small group of freedom fighters trying to escape the tyranny of the Federation.


Blandings logoSet in 1929 in the fictional Blandings Castle, Timothy Spall plays the amiable but permanently distracted Lord Emsworth - known to his friends as Clarence - in what should be a cracking new adpatation of some much-loved tales by PG Wodehouse. The series is bound to win a whole new and well-deserved audience for Wodehouse, the great comic writer whose dates were 1881-1975. He has a host of fans, not least among them, writers and actors like Stephen Fry and Simon Callow, and indeed our own Marian Keyes. Marian declares him to be "the ultimate in comfort reading, because nothing bad ever happens in PG Wodehouse's land." In the Blandings series, Emsworth struggles to keep his dysfunctional family in order but usually confuses things himself. All he wants is to be left in peace with his belo...

Bleak House

Bleak House logoBleak House is regarded as one of Charles Dickens' best achievements - the greatest ever depiction of Victorian London, from its glittering heights to its very lowest depths; a skilfully crafted thriller; an epic feast of characters and storylines; and a passionate indictment of the legal system that is as searingly relevant today as it was in the mid 19th century.Bleak House In Numbers:# Episodes: 15# Speaking roles: 80# Principal cast members: 40# Weeks of shooting: 21# Extras (in total): 2,000# Extras (in any one scene): 75# First day of shooting: 7th Feb [Charles Dickens' birthday]It was first published in 19 monthly instalments between March 1852 and September 1853. The TV adaptation, written by the award-winning Andrew Davies, comprises a one-hour opening episode followed by 14 half-...

Blue Peter

Blue Peter logo<center><img src="http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/bluepeter/games/wallpaper/images/group_800.jpg"width=400 length=400></center> Ever since the worlds longest running live childrens programme began on the 16th October 1958 I has grown from strength to strenght! With new viewers in each generation, the show is rapidly becomming more and more popular, with CBBC presenters comming and going, new ideas and skills are added to the mix of the current presenters. BROADCASTING Blue Peter Airs on BBC1 in the UK & Ireland at 5:00pm on Monday, Wednesday & Friday. Blue Peter also airs on the CBBC Channel (On Freeview services, Channel 30, Channel 610 for Sky) at 6:00pm in the UK Presenters: Konnie Huq: Started presenting on Blue Peter in 1997, In 2002 she started to Present UK Top 40, Sh...

Bob the Builder

Bob the Builder logoBob The Builder follows the adventures of Bob and his lovable gang of friends and machines ­ Scoop (a scooper), Muck (a dump truck), Lofty (a crane), Dizzy (a cement mixer), and Roley (a steam roller) ­ as they work together to solve problems. Along with Bob's business partner Wendy, his cat Pilchard, and wacky scarecrow Spud, Bob and his crew live in a unique and imaginative world.


Bonekickers logoSet against the backdrop of Bath, a city steeped in 3,000 years of history, Gillian and her team – Dr Ben Akomfrah (forensic, objective), Professor Gregory Parton (encyclopaedic but terminally louche) and eager young post-grad intern Viv Davis – are brought in under a variety of imperatives to extract bodies, books, weapons and all manner of artefacts which lead them into an investigation of the past that will unlock dangers and mysteries in the present.

Brazil with Michael Palin

Brazil with Michael Palin logoBrazil With Michael Palin is a documentary series which follows Michael as he finds out more about the country of Brazil. Brazil. It is the fifth-largest country on the planet with an abundance of resources and a melting pot of peoples.


Bread logoBread was the #1 comedy show of it's time in the UK and was watched by 21 million people. It was based on the Liverpuddlian family, The Boswells and showed them in all sorts of situations trying to earn money for the week (hence the title "bread").


Breakfast logoWelcome to the Breakfast guide at TV Tome. The show has been simulcast on both BBC ONE and BBC NEWS 24 for the last four years. Presented initially by Jeremy Bowen and Sophie Raworth, the show is now anchored by Natasha Kaplinsky and Dermot Murnaghan. There is no editor for this show. If you would like to be the editor look here for details.
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