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1. Hollyoaks (1995– )
30 min | Drama
Hollyoaks takes a look at the lives, loves and careers of a group of teenage friends and their families as they graduate through GCSE's, A-Levels and College into the world of work.
2. What a Girl Wants (2003)
PG | 105 min | Comedy, Drama, Romance
An American teenager learns that her father is a wealthy British politician running for office. Although she is eager to find him, she realizes it could cause a scandal and cost him the election.
3. Dalziel and Pascoe (1996– )
120 min | Crime, Mystery, Drama
Supt. Dalziel and partner DI Pascoe investigate murders, and find a bond forming between them despite their blatantly differing personalities.
4. Crackanory (2013– )
Crackanory is a storytelling television series aimed at adults, inspired by the popular children's series Jackanory. Each episode features two 15-minute tales narrated by contemporary ... See full summary »
9. The British Soap Awards 2005 (2005 TV Special)
British Soap Operas the most consistently successful shows on UK prime-time get recognition from the viewers and a panel of judges in awards ranging from sexiest male and female to villain ... See full summary »
14. The British Soap Awards 2006 (2006 TV Special)
120 min | Reality-TV
The 8th Annual British Soap Awards - pits the stars of Coronation Street, Doctors, Eastenders, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks against each other in a series of categories voted for by the public or a panel of experts.
Crackanory (2013– )
Becoming Zoe & My Former Self
An unremarkable postman turns himself into the perfect boyfriend for a girl he has fallen in love with by reading her mail and absorbing all her interests. And a woman is visited by her ... See full summary »
Dalziel and Pascoe (1996– )
Dialogues of the Dead: Part 1
60 min | Crime, Mystery, Drama
Dalziel and Pascoe investigate a bizarre series of murders which, though apparently unrelated, have one thing in common. Having started with someone connected to the letter A, the killer ... See full summary »