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1. Agatha Christie: Poirot (1989– )

100 min | Drama, Mystery, Crime

8.6
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The cases of an eccentrically refined Belgian detective.

Stars: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Philip Jackson, Pauline Moran

2. The Hello Girls (1996–1998)

30 min | Comedy, Drama

8.4
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"The Hello Girls" is a "dramedy" about a group of mostly young women working as telephone operators in the city of Derby UK... See full synopsis »

Stars: Stephanie Turner, Letitia Dean, Samantha Seager, Kate Lonergan

3. Head Over Heels (1993– )

60 min | Comedy, Drama

8.2
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Exploits of a group of girls at a 1950s finishing school.

Creator: Jane Prowse | Stars: Ann Bell, Kathy Kiera Clarke, Elena Ferrari, Sally Geoghegan

4. Wide Angle (2002– )

60 min | Documentary

8.2
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Stars: Jay O. Sanders, Daljit Dhaliwal, Amy Hargreaves, Rob Issen

5. The King's Speech (2010)

R | 118 min | Biography, Drama

8.1
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88 Metascore

The story of King George VI of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become worthy of it.

Writer: David Seidler | Director: Tom Hooper | Stars: Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush, Helena Bonham Carter, Derek Jacobi

6. Newborn (2000 TV Movie)

60 min

7.7
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Fictional documentary exploring human reactions to digital intelligence.

Writer: Bryn Higgins | Director: Bryn Higgins | Stars: Caroline Langrishe, Matthew Marsh, Pete Lee-Wilson, Geoffrey Bateman

7. Father Brown (2013– )
Episode: The Grim Reaper (2014)

44 min | Drama, Mystery

7.7
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Farmer John Tatton and his son Alfred do not get on, John accusing the boy of being a useless drunk like his late mother. Alfred confronts the family doctor Adam Crawford, taunting him for ... See full summary »

Writers: G.K. Chesterton, Rachel Flowerday, Tahsin Guner, David Semple | Director: Matt Carter | Stars: David Troughton, Adam Long, Mark Williams, Sorcha Cusack

8. Agatha Christie: Poirot (1989– )
Episode: The Underdog (1993)

50 min | Drama, Mystery, Crime

7.6
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Poirot investigates when the cruel CEO of a chemical company is bludgeoned to death in his home after the company's formula for a revolutionary new synthetic rubber is targeted by a thief.

Writer: Bill Craig | Director: John Bruce | Stars: David Suchet, Hugh Fraser, Pauline Moran, Ann Bell

9. ChuckleVision (1987– )

20 min | Comedy, Family

7.4
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Stars: Barry Chuckle, Paul Chuckle, Jimmy Patton, Brian Patton

10. Father Brown (2013– )

Drama, Mystery

7.3
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Series inspired by the stories of GK Chesterton; a Catholic priest has a knack for solving mysteries in his English village.

Stars: Mark Williams, Sorcha Cusack, Alex Price, Nancy Carroll

11. The Navigators (2001)

R | 96 min | Comedy, Drama

7.0
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Five Yorkshiremen try to survive after the British Rail is bought out by a private company.

Writer: Rob Dawber | Director: Ken Loach | Stars: Dean Andrews, Thomas Craig, Joe Duttine, Steve Huison

12. The Ultimate Truth (2004)

81 min | Comedy

6.8
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Jeda, a feckless young Australian, lives in rural Hampshire with his girlfriend Stacey, until his daily routine of cheap beer and bad TV is alarmingly disrupted by a chance confrontation ... See full summary »

Writer: Nick Clark | Directors: Nick Clark, Tom Swanston | Stars: Keir Howeld, Jackson Wright, William Gregory, Jonathan Rhodes

13. The Pharmacist (I) (2012)

81 min | Drama

6.2
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A woman tries to escape the life she has carefully built.

Writers: Patrick von Boetticher, Tom Dalton | Director: Patrick von Boetticher | Stars: Liana Gould, Simon Onions, David Hepple, Charles Armstrong

14. Holby City (1999– )

60 min | Drama | Active

6.0
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The everyday lives, professional and personal, of the doctors, nurses and patients who find themselves, for various reasons, in the wards of the frenetic cardiac unit of Holby City General Hospital.

Stars: Hugh Quarshie, Tina Hobley, Rosie Marcel, Paul Bradley

15. Scoop (2009– )

24 min | Comedy, Family

5.9
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Stars: Shaun Williamson, Mark Benton, Phil Fletcher, Andy Heath

16. EastEnders (1985– )

TV-PG | 30 min | Drama | Active

5.3
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The everyday lives of the inhabitants of Albert Square in the East-End of London.

Stars: Steve McFadden, Adam Woodyatt, Pam St. Clement, June Brown

17. Doctors (2000– )

30 min | Drama

5.3
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The daily lives of staff at a Birmingham medical practice, including their often dramatic involvements with their patients.

Stars: Diane Keen, Adrian Lewis Morgan, Stirling Gallacher, Christopher Timothy

18. The Spell (2009)

Drama

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THE SPELL tells the story of Jenny, a young girl who finds herself unwanted by either of her separated parents during the formative years of her life and leaves home at the earliest ... See full summary »

Writers: Owen Carey Jones, Emma Whale | Director: Owen Carey Jones | Stars: Rebecca Pitkin, Luke Harris, Amber Hodgkiss, Julia Curle

19. Round the Horne... Revisited (2004 TV Movie)

60 min | Comedy

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Brian Cooke, last surviving scriptwriter of the BBC radio comedy "Round the Horne" (1965-1968), adapts a selection of the original material for TV.

Writer: Brian Cooke | Director: Nick Wood | Stars: Jonathan Rigby, Robin Sebastian, Nigel Harrison, Kate Brown

20. Compensation (2009)

10 min | Short, Comedy

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After a plane crash that leaves no survivors, a middle aged Indian couple must identify a dead body that could be their missing son. .

Writer: Sanjeev Sankhalpara | Director: Sanjeev Sankhalpara | Stars: Charles Armstrong, Catherine Mobley, Vimal Vaz

21. Eve Buckingham (2001)

10 min | Short, Crime

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Writer: Michael Audreson | Director: Michael Audreson | Stars: Susan Hampshire, Charles Armstrong

22. Night Lives (2011)

10 min | Short, Drama

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London. 2018. Set against a post 'MP Expenses Scandal' backdrop where the nation is disenfranchised with politicians and university students face rising tuition fees and mounting debts, the... See full summary »

Writer: Jennifer Lim | Directors: Jennifer Lim, Daniel York | Stars: Charles Armstrong, Deborah Asante, Jennifer Lim, Peter Ward

23. Dan the Man (2012)

13 min | Short, Comedy, Drama | Completed

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Alone in his cavernous apartment, the seemingly successful Dan finds himself more isolated with the passing of every day. His faceless job in a faceless office has gradually brought about a... See full summary »

Writers: Georg Schmidt, Nick Smallman | Directors: Scott Jaeger, Georg Schmidt | Stars: Gemma Dyllen, Charles Armstrong, Beth Kempen, Stephanie Knight

24. On the Other Hand (2006)

11 min | Short, Comedy

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The Church calls them sinful, Politicians deny their rights, and the Police have them under round-the-clock surveillance. But is Society still too soft on that most sinister of minorities -... See full summary »

Writer: Murray Buesst | Director: Murray Buesst | Stars: Charles Armstrong, Lucy Beresford, Sudha Bhuchar, Anna Boucher

26. Scoop (2009– )
Episode: Cat-Astrophe (2009)

Comedy, Family

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Digby and Hacker are sent to do a story on a top model,but the model turns out to be a cat,which runs off at the sight of Hacker. Digby and his dog must give chase and return the model to the cat-walk in time for the photo session.

Writer: Rory Clark | Director: Jack Jameson | Stars: Shaun Williamson, Andy Heath, Mark Benton, Simon Ludders

27. EastEnders (1985– )
Episode: Episode dated 1 October 2012 (2012)

TV-PG | Drama

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Creators: Julia Smith, Tony Holland | Director: Karl Neilson | Stars: Jessie Wallace, Shane Richie, Steve McFadden, Ricky Norwood

28. EastEnders (1985– )
Episode: Episode dated 29 June 1998 (1998)

TV-PG | Drama

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Stars: Joe Absolom, James Alexandrou, Charles Armstrong, Leila Birch

29. Doctors (2000– )
Episode: In the Blood (2014)

Drama

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Emma sees a girl who's pregnant and has been taking antidepressants, though gets even more upset when she discovers the truth about her Grandmother's time in a Nazi Death Camp. Josh gets a visit from the police.

Writer: Shaun McKenna | Director: Adrian Bean | Stars: Adrian Lewis Morgan, Dido Miles, Lorna Laidlaw, Chris Walker

30. ChuckleVision (1987– )
Episode: Strictly Chuckle (2007)

Comedy, Family

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The Chuckle Brothers are handymen at Dame Alice's dance academy, but they polish the floor too highly and the local champions slip and are indisposed. In order to win the money to keep the ... See full summary »

Writer: John Sayle | Director: Sasha Ransome | Stars: Paul Chuckle, Barry Chuckle, Kate Dyson, Emma Francis

31. The Hello Girls (1996–1998)
Episode: The Emergency Call (1996)

Comedy, Drama

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Writer: Ruth Carter | Stars: Charles Armstrong, Letitia Dean, Kate Lonergan, Samantha Seager

32. Holby City (1999– )
Episode: The Short Straw (2010)

54 min | Drama

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Henrik Hanssen has until the end of the day to make cuts as requested by the Department of Health and he decides that a consultant post will make the necessary cut he needs and decides on ... See full summary »

Writer: David Harsent | Director: Sarah O'Gorman | Stars: Guy Henry, Jaye Jacobs, La Charne Jolly, Amanda Mealing