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Dear John (UK)

Dear John (UK) logoJohn, a schoolteacher, is a recent divorcee whose wife Wendy has left him for his best friend. John is a mild-mannered chap but this event has left him shell-shocked, unable to speak without stumbling over his words and finding it difficult to face up to living alone. To aid the healing process, he joins a divorced and separated encounter group, 1-2-1, where others in a similar situation seek solace in each other's company. Unfortunately, on the surface at least, the group throws up more problems than it solves.

Death Comes to Pemberley

Death Comes to Pemberley logoDeath Comes to Pemberley is a three-part British television drama based on characters created by Jane Austen in her novel Pride and Prejudice. The first episode was first aired on BBC One at 8.15pm on Boxing Day (26 December) 2013. It is based on the best selling novel by P. D. James, the story returns to the world of Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and involves its characters in a new tale of murder and emotional mayhem. -- Wikipedia

Death in Paradise

Death in Paradise logoDeath In Paradise is a fish out of water story about a quintessential English cop posted to the Caribbean island of Sainte Marie. To anyone else it would be paradise, but for Detective Inspector Richard Poole (Miller) it's hell! Totally unsuited to the Caribbean way of life, Richard hates the sun, sea and sand and isn't used to their style of policing. But he is a brilliant detective whose first case on the island is investigating the murder of a British cop. Working with the exotic local Camille (Martins), each week Richard goes about solving an intricate and intriguing murder.

Death Unexplained

Death Unexplained logoEvery death is unique - and if it's unexplained or unexpected and the cause is unknown, the team at the Coroner's Court must investigate it. With unprecedented access to forensic pathologists, mortuary technicians, police and the coroner herself, Death Unexplained follows Her Majesty's coroner Alison Thompson and her team as they examine in painstaking detail mysterious, violent and unnatural deaths in west London, one of the busiest jurisdictions in the country. Behind each case is also a very human story; these are movingly told by the families of the deceased, revealing more about their lives and the circumstances of their deaths.

Delia Smith's Summer Collection

Delia Smith's Summer Collection logoFire up the barbecue, rinse the rocket and seek out the sun-dried tomatoes, it's time to celebrate summertime with Delia with a delicious array of international flavours, by way of California, Italy, Spain, Greece and the Orient. Indeed this Summer Collection introduced a new level of culinary cosmopolitanism into British home cooking and caused supermarkets across the country to run out of ingredients as viewers enthusiastically took up her invitation to try something new. It is a testament to her pervading influence that much of what seemed new and exotic at the time has since become almost ubiquitous in contemporary British cuisine, including rocket, goats cheese and lemon grass. Be it a light lunch or a dessert bonanza you're after, there's something to satisfy your palette with recip...

Delia's How To Cook

Delia's How To Cook logoIn this simple-to-follow cookery course for people of all ages and abilities, Delia returns to the very roots of cooking to look at the techniques and the staple ingredients which underline the best traditions of British cookery. Delia sees it as an answer to an urgent need. There are more recipes than ever on television and yet it seems that many of us have forgotten how to put together a wholesome, nutritious meal that doesn't come ready-made in a packet. Delia is convinced from the questions she receives that people are no longer handed down the basics. In a world where people have less time than ever, they feel intimidated by the thought of cooking. How to Cook: Part One covers the staple ingredients which form the basis of the worlds foods—rice, flour, potatoes, pasta, and eggs. Wit...

Dennis the Menace and Gnasher

Dennis the Menace and Gnasher logoDennis and Gnasher is an animated British TV series based on characters from The Beano comic, which ran from 4 February 1996 until 5 July 1998. It was originally called "Dennis the Menace" in the UK, but was renamed "Dennis and Gnasher" in international countries to prevent confusion between both "Dennis" characters.

Design Rules

Design Rules logoLaurence Llewelyn-Bowen uncovers some of the fundamental rules governing interior design in a new six-part series. Space and Planning Colour Light Textures and Pattern Balance and Order Personality


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Dig 1940

Dig 1940 logoTo mark the 70th anniversary of 1940, presenter and archaeologist Jules Hudson goes on a journey of discovery into Britain's darkest and, in the words of Winston Churchill, 'finest hour'.
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