Most Voted Titles With Brenda Reid


1. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.5
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An English priest is transferred to a small Irish village.

Stars: Frankie McCafferty, Joe Savino, Deirdre Donnelly, Gary Whelan

Votes: 1,071

2. Great Performances (1971– )

Biography, Drama, Music

7.9
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Stars: Julie Andrews, Walter Cronkite, Renée Fleming, Plácido Domingo

Votes: 429

3. Great Performances (1971– )
Episode: A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia (1992)

107 min | Biography, Drama, Music

7.1
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Lawrence and Feisal go to argue for Arab independence at the 1919 Paris Peace Conference.

Director: Christopher Menaul | Stars: Ralph Fiennes, Alexander Siddig, Denis Quilley, Nicholas Jones

Votes: 402

4. Goldeneye (1989 TV Movie)

105 min | Biography

6.7
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Fact-based biography of James Bond author, Ian Fleming. The film focuses on his wartime exploits and romantic adventures which ultimately led to his creation of the super-spy.

Director: Don Boyd | Stars: Charles Dance, Phyllis Logan, Patrick Ryecart, Marsha Fitzalan

Votes: 326

5. Framed (1992– )

60 min | Crime, Thriller

6.9
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A cat-and-mouse game between a charismatic and manipulative criminal and his interrogator, played out over the four episodes of the mini-series.

Stars: Timothy Dalton, Timothy West, David Morrissey, Annabelle Apsion

Votes: 276

6. Unnatural Causes (1993 TV Movie)

103 min | Crime, Drama, Mystery

6.6
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Commander Dalgleish of Scotland Yard investigates the apparent murder of a well-known author who is found floating in a dinghy with his hands chopped off. The man, Maurice Seton, had ... See full summary »

Director: John Davies | Stars: Roy Marsden, Simon Chandler, Kenneth Colley, Mel Martin

Votes: 187

7. Chimera (1991– )

60 min | Horror

6.1
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A journalist investigates the death of his girl friend at a fertility clinic where she worked and uncovers a plot to create a new breed of human based on crossing the genetics of a man and ... See full summary »

Stars: John Lynch, Christine Kavanagh, Kenneth Cranham, Gary Mavers

Votes: 180

8. Play for Today (1970–1984)

75 min | Comedy, Drama

7.7
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A British television anthology drama series transmitted on BBC1 between 1970 and 1984.

Stars: Alison Steadman, Nigel Hawthorne, Tony Caunter, David Daker

Votes: 167

9. Riders (1993 TV Movie)

199 min

6.8
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Arrogant aristocrat Rupert Campbell-Black has a high social position, woman at his feet, money and fame in the world of show jumping... See full synopsis »

Director: Gabrielle Beaumont | Stars: Marcus Gilbert, Michael Praed, Arabella Holzbog, Caroline Harker

Votes: 137

10. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Christine (1987)

52 min

7.7
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Depiction of the everyday life of a teenage heroin addict.

Director: Alan Clarke | Stars: Vicky Murdock, Kelly George, Mark Harvey, Joanne Mapp

Votes: 131

11. BBC2 Playhouse (1973–1983)
Episode: How Many Miles to Babylon? (1982)

111 min | Drama

6.8
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Wealthy Alexander Moore and working-class Jerry Crowe are childhood friends and in 1914 find themselves in the same Army unit - Alex as an officer and Jerry as a private. They still remain ... See full summary »

Director: Moira Armstrong | Stars: Daniel Day-Lewis, Christopher Fairbank, Siân Phillips, Alan MacNaughtan

Votes: 103

12. Frankie's House (1992 TV Movie)

185 min | Biography, Drama, War

7.7
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In 1964 in Laos, young Tim Page discovers his vocation as a photojournalist and is given a job, a camera, and a trip to Vietnam. There, he learns the ropes, learns about the war first in ... See full summary »

Director: Peter Fisk | Stars: Iain Glen, Kevin Dillon, Steven Vidler, Alan David Lee

Votes: 100

13. Screen Two (1985–2002)

Drama

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Producer Kenith Trodd was part of a 1984 team brought together to study how the BBC should respond to Channel Four's pioneering efforts in making films for both television and theatrical ... See full summary »

Stars: Geoffrey Chater, Roger Brierley, Bernard Hill, Warren Clarke

Votes: 90

14. Objects of Affection (1982– )
Episode: A Woman of No Importance (1982)

48 min | Drama

8.8
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A middle-aged woman contemplates her life after she is admitted to hospital.

Director: Giles Foster | Star: Patricia Routledge

Votes: 67

15. The Chief (1990–1995)

50 min | Drama

6.9
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Focussing on the politics at the top of a typical English police force in its continual battle to solve the problems the times, in this case the fictional Eastland of East Anglia.

Stars: Gillian Martell, Martin Shaw, Karen Archer, Michael Cochrane

Votes: 59

16. BBC2 Playhouse (1973–1983)

Drama

6.7
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Stars: Ralph Morse, John Bluthal, Gawn Grainger, Denholm Elliott

Votes: 58

17. Screenplay (1986–1993)

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Stars: John Kavanagh, Tony Doyle, Michael Liebmann, Kenneth Cranham

Votes: 48

18. BBC2 Playhouse (1973–1983)
Episode: Going Gently (1981)

70 min | Drama

8.3
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Play about two elderly cancer patients suffering in hospital.

Director: Stephen Frears | Stars: Norman Wisdom, Judi Dench, Fulton Mackay, Stephanie Cole

Votes: 41

19. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Starlings (1988)

8.7
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Gary Wilson loses his factory job, retrains as a butler and under the patronage of a wealthy young woman finds success in the City.

Director: David Wheatley | Stars: Michael Maloney, Lynsey Baxter, David Ryall, Jane Downs

Votes: 40

20. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: The Reckoning (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

8.5
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Peter finally admits his true feelings for Assumpta while the town participates in a Far East cooking competition and Brian Quigleys sure to make a business out of it.

Director: Tom Cotter | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 31

21. Objects of Affection (1982– )
Episode: Our Winnie (1982)

40 min | Drama

7.4
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Winnie is a mentally handicapped woman who lives with her elderly mother (Cora) and aunt (Ida). They visit the cemetery where Winnie's father is buried. Also in the cemetery are two art ... See full summary »

Director: Malcolm Mowbray | Stars: Elizabeth Spriggs, Constance Chapman, Sheila Kelley, Max Hafler

Votes: 29

22. Bang! The Bert Berns Story (2016)

94 min | Documentary, History, Music

7.4
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Music meets the Mob in this biography of '60s hitmaker and 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Bert Berns.

Directors: Brett Berns, Bob Sarles | Stars: Brooks Arthur, Jeff Barry, Solomon Burke, Carmine DeNoia

Votes: 25 | Gross: $0.06M

23. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Changing Times (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.9
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Sparing Niamh the trouble of sleepless nights, Ambrose is looking after baby Kieran during the wee hours of the morning. The town is divided over Brian's decision to develop through the ... See full summary »

Director: Paul Harrison | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 23

24. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Amongst Friends (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

8.4
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Ballykissangel is in mourning after the recent tragedy when a journalist stumbles into the town searching for a story. Peter must come to a decision about what he must do as a priest and the choices he must make for himself.

Director: Tom Cotter | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 22

25. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: When a Child Is Born (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.8
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Just a few days away from giving birth, Niamh seems to be handling the situation far better than Ambrose is. And at the church a sweating statue has everyone, except for Father Clifford, believing in miracles.

Director: Paul Harrison | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 22

26. Summer Season (1985– )

55 min | Drama

6.6
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Stars: Tim Wylton, Marion Bailey, Charles Dale, Alan Bates

Votes: 21

27. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: As Happy as a Turkey on Boxing Day (1997)

Comedy, Drama

7.3
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Christmas is looking a bit dreary for Peter, Assumpta and Brian who all have their own troubles. But things get a bit more exciting on Christmas Day when Padraig's son Kevin falls down a mine shaft.

Director: Dermot Boyd | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 21

28. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Stardust in Your Eyes (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.5
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With Peter and Assumpta gone, everyone is rushed off their feet. Father MacAnally must serve both Cilldargan and BallyK, Niamh struggles to retain even the regulars at the pub while ... See full summary »

Director: Dermot Boyd | Stars: Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin, Peter Hanly, Tina Kellegher

Votes: 20

29. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: The Waiting Game (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.9
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The whole town gets very anxious as they wait for the anonymous lottery winner in Ballykissangel to claim their prize. Ambrose goes undercover at a pub in Cilldargan.

Director: Tom Cotter | Stars: Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin, Peter Hanly, Tina Kellegher

Votes: 20

30. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: I Know When I'm Not Wanted (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.9
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Both Peter and Assumpta return, Peter from his vacation and Assumpta from London where she tied the knot with her old college boyfriend Leo. In an effort to liven things up in the bar, ... See full summary »

Director: Paul Harrison | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 19

31. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Lost Sheep (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

8.2
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Siobhan is stunned when she discovers she is pregnant and is confused as to what to do. Meanwhile, many are shocked when a young woman comes to Ballykissangel looking for her elder sister and Assumpta's marriage takes a turn for the worse.

Director: Dermot Boyd | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 19

32. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Personal Call (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.9
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Father Mac suffers from a small heart attack and takes a few days to rest, leaving Peter to hold up the fort in BallyKay and Cilldargin. Brian's financial situation worsens and Niamh signs herself on as his business partner.

Director: Dermot Boyd | Stars: Stephen Tompkinson, Dervla Kirwan, Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin

Votes: 19

33. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: Pack up Your Troubles (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.7
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Brian Quigley starts up a paint ball camp while Padraig and Kevin receive an unexpected family member. Assumpta returns to Ballykissangel as a single woman and Siobhan and Brendan learn of the baby's gender.

Director: Tom Cotter | Stars: Tony Doyle, Dervla Kirwan, Niall Toibin, Peter Hanly

Votes: 18

34. Ballykissangel (1996–2001)
Episode: The Fortune in Men's Eyes (1998)

50 min | Comedy, Drama

7.7
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Times are hard in BallyK, Brian is on the verge of bankruptcy, Niamh is still juggling the bar and Kieran, and Donal and Liam are out of a job. Then Brian takes a rather sudden and surprising interest in Ambrose's mother, Imelda.

Director: Dermot Boyd | Stars: Tony Doyle, Niall Toibin, Peter Hanly, Tina Kellegher

Votes: 18

35. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: The Black and Blue Lamp (1988)

60 min

7.9
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Satirical play dealing with the manner in which the British police force has been represented on popular television for four decades.

Director: Guy Slater | Stars: Kenneth Cranham, Karl Johnson, Sean Chapman, John Woodvine

Votes: 17

36. Play for Today (1970–1984)
Episode: C2 H5 OH (1980)

Comedy, Drama

8.0
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An alcoholic writer in a psychiatric hospital enters into an intellectual duel with his patronizing, passive aggressive doctor. Finally, the brilliance of the writer prevails.

Director: James Cellan Jones | Stars: Dinsdale Landen, John Normington, Anne Ridler, Keith Drinkel

Votes: 15

37. Summer Season (1985– )
Episode: Glamour Night (1985)

Drama

7.8
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The play involves a glamour photography session. During the photo-shoot the photographers begin trying to coerce a model into posing topless, leading eventually to an angry outburst from the model.

Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: Rodney Bewes, Charon Bourke, Reece Dinsdale, Philip Jackson

Votes: 10

38. True Tilda (1997– )

30 min | Adventure, Drama

8.9
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It's a period tale of a circus girl (Tilda) who helps an orphan boy escape the clutches of the evil Rev Glasson, leading to an incredible canal boat adventure.

Stars: Amanda Elwes, Julie T. Wallace, Desmond Barrit, Morgan Bell

Votes: 9

39. Screen Two (1985–2002)
Episode: Words of Love (1989)

65 min | Drama

7.4
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Director: Colin Nutley | Stars: Charlie Creed-Miles, Tom Bell, Liz Smith, Valda Aviks

Votes: 9

40. Edge of the Wind (1985 TV Movie)

65 min | Drama

6.9
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Sir John Mills made his BBC Television drama debut in this moving story which was broadcast on BBC 2 on Christmas Day 1985. He stars as a wheelchair bound Major General called Blair ... See full summary »

Director: Kenneth Ives | Stars: Lucy Gutteridge, John Mills, Omar Sharif

Votes: 7

41. We'll Support You Evermore (1985 TV Movie)

87 min | Drama

8.6
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A father is intent on finding the truth as to how his soldier son met his death while serving in Northern Ireland.

Director: Douglas Livingstone | Stars: John Thaw, Anthony Milner, Ann Hasson, Colette O'Neil

Votes: 7

42. Framed (1992– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1992)

Crime, Thriller

8.7
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London police officer Larry Jackson, on holiday in Spain, recognizes the wealthy local art dealer Philip von Joel as Eddie Myers, an absconded criminal from England, and sets out to have him arrested and extradited to the UK.

Director: Geoffrey Sax | Stars: Timothy Dalton, Timothy West, David Morrissey, Annabelle Apsion

Votes: 6

43. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1990)

Drama

5.8
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John Stafford is the new Chief Constable of Eastland Police. He is asked to provide police support to a prison where warders have gone on strike in protest at staff shortages.

Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Jeremy Clyde, Julian Holloway

Votes: 6

44. Framed (1992– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1992)

Crime, Thriller

9.3
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Eddie Myers has agreed to give evidence on the condition that Jackson is appointed his interrogator. Jackson moves into the secret isolation with the manipulative Myers who, even in prison ... See full summary »

Director: Geoffrey Sax | Stars: Timothy Dalton, Timothy West, David Morrissey, Annabelle Apsion

Votes: 6

45. Framed (1992– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1992)

Crime, Thriller

9.3
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Myers is recovering from his injuries and continues playing his games with everybody. Jackson, whose relationship with his wife is getting increasingly strained, meets Myers's stunning and seductive Spanish girlfriend in her London hotel.

Director: Geoffrey Sax | Stars: Timothy Dalton, Timothy West, David Morrissey, Annabelle Apsion

Votes: 6

46. Framed (1992– )
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1992)

Crime, Thriller

9.3
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McKinnes needs Myers to lead the police to the stolen money, without which he has no case against him. He sets him up to escape and commit another bank robbery, together with sergeant ... See full summary »

Director: Geoffrey Sax | Stars: Timothy Dalton, Timothy West, David Morrissey, Annabelle Apsion

Votes: 6

47. Objects of Affection (1982– )

50 min | Drama

7.8
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Stars: Thora Hird, Patricia Routledge, Elizabeth Spriggs, Marjorie Yates

Votes: 5

48. Lizzie's Pictures (1987– )

90 min

7.4
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Stars: Lisa Harrow, Robert Stephens, Sheila Ruskin, Philip Jackson

Votes: 5

49. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1990)

Drama

6.4
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Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Julian Holloway

Votes: 5

50. 4 Play (1989–1991)

Drama

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Stars: Anton Rodgers, Kenny Ireland, Claire Hackett, Ian McElhinney

51. Benefit of the Doubt (1983 TV Movie)

45 min | Comedy

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An inexperienced young cricket umpire learns how to interpret the rules of the game (and the rules of life )from an irascible colleague.

Director: Paul Seed | Stars: Paul Antony-Barber, Hetty Baynes, Colin Douglas

52. Final Run (1988– )

50 min

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Stars: Bryan Murray, Paul Jesson, Fiona Victory, Eileen Nicholas

53. Out of Order (1984 TV Movie)

150 min | Drama

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Director: Prudence Fitzgerald | Star: Sarah Badel

54. Still Life (1984 TV Movie)

Drama

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'Welcome to Paralysis Palace' Mr Cannon, the place where they make you feel four feet tall'. Following the accident, Bob is determined to put a brave face on matters. Frank soon teaches him otherwise.

Director: Martin Thurley | Stars: Bernard Hill, Michael Kitchen, Philomena McDonagh, Christine Ozanne

55. Keep on Running (1984 TV Movie)

50 min | Drama

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Director: Paul Seed | Stars: Nick Conway, Mark Aspinall, Bert Parnaby, Ralph Nossek

56. The World Walk (1984 TV Movie)

45 min | Drama

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Play dealing with Albert Speer's experiences in prison.

Director: Sarah Hellings | Stars: Nigel Stock, Larry Lamb, Karl Johnson, Alec McCowen

57. The Life and Works (1992 TV Movie)

Drama

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A famous writer called Dorothy Fielding becomes famous again when one of her old novels is re-printed. As a consequence, she begins to question the difference between privacy and fame.

Director: John Bruce | Stars: Selina Cadell, Judy Campbell, Tony Forsyth, Kate Gartside

58. Raspberry (1984 TV Movie)

45 min | Drama

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Two women are staying in the same hospital ward for different reasons.

Director: Adrian Shergold | Stars: Tilly Vosburgh, Marion Bailey, Nicola King

59. 4 Play (1989–1991)
Episode: A Fair and Easy Passage (1990)

Drama

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Director: Tim Fywell | Stars: Yvonne Bryceland, Rosemary McHale, Ian Hogg, Sarah Neville

60. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Brick Is Beautiful (1986)

80 min

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Director: David Wheatley | Stars: Anthony Benson, Ian Bleasdale, Stephen Boyes, Tommy Boyle

61. BBC2 Playhouse (1973–1983)
Episode: Dancing Country (1981)

Drama

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Director: Michael Darlow | Stars: Aimée Delamain, Marilyn Gordon, Rosamund Greenwood, Pearl Hackney

62. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Daylight Robbery (1986)

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Director: Chris Goddard | Stars: Joan Hickson, Vivian Pickles, Lynn Farleigh, Michael Harbour

63. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Drums Along Balmoral Drive (1986)

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Director: Jane Howell | Stars: Colin Blakely, Rowena Cooper, Gyearbuor Asante, Thomas Baptiste

64. Chimera (1991– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1991)

Horror

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Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark | Stars: Emer Gillespie, Bhasker Patel, John Lynch, Debra Gillett

65. Final Run (1988– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1988)

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Director: Tim King | Stars: Bryan Murray, Paul Jesson, Fiona Victory, Eileen Nicholas

66. Lizzie's Pictures (1987– )
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1987)

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Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: Lisa Harrow, Robert Stephens, Sheila Ruskin, Philip Jackson

67. Chimera (1991– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1991)

Horror

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Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark | Stars: John Lynch, George Costigan, Christopher Whitehouse, Peter Armitage

68. Final Run (1988– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1988)

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Director: Tim King | Stars: Bryan Murray, Paul Jesson, Fiona Victory, Eileen Nicholas

69. Lizzie's Pictures (1987– )
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1987)

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Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: Lisa Harrow, Robert Stephens, Sheila Ruskin, Philip Jackson

70. Chimera (1991– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1991)

Horror

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Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark | Stars: Sebastian Shaw, Susie John, John Lynch, David O'Hara

71. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1990)

Drama

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Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Jeremy Clyde

72. Final Run (1988– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1988)

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Director: Tim King | Stars: Bryan Murray, Paul Jesson, Fiona Victory, Eileen Nicholas

73. Lizzie's Pictures (1987– )
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1987)

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Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: Lisa Harrow, Robert Stephens, Sheila Ruskin, Philip Jackson

74. Chimera (1991– )
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1991)

Horror

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Director: Lawrence Gordon Clark | Stars: Douglas Mann, Christine Kavanagh, Gillian Barge, David Calder

75. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1990)

Drama

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Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Julian Holloway

76. Final Run (1988– )
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1988)

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Director: Tim King | Stars: Bryan Murray, Paul Jesson, Fiona Victory, Eileen Nicholas

77. Lizzie's Pictures (1987– )
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1987)

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Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: Lisa Harrow, Robert Stephens, Sheila Ruskin, Philip Jackson

78. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.5 (1990)

Drama

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Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Jeremy Clyde

79. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #1.6 (1990)

Drama

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Director: Brian Farnham | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Jeremy Clyde

80. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #2.1 (1991)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Eamon Boland, Judy Loe

81. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #2.3 (1991)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Roger Lloyd Pack, Ricky McDonagh

82. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #2.4 (1991)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Judy Loe, Tony Caunter

83. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #2.5 (1991)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Judy Loe, Tony Caunter

84. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #2.6 (1991)

Drama

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Director: Desmond Davis | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Karen Archer, Judy Loe, Jeremy Clyde

85. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #3.1 (1993)

Drama

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Director: A.J. Quinn | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Martin Shaw, Karen Archer, Michael Cochrane

86. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #3.2 (1993)

Drama

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Director: A.J. Quinn | Stars: Tim Pigott-Smith, Martin Shaw, Karen Archer, Michael Cochrane

87. The Chief (1990–1995)
Episode: Episode #4.3 (1994)

51 min | Drama

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Director: Roger Gartland | Stars: Martin Shaw, Karen Archer, Scott Bailey, Frank Baker

88. Play for Today (1970–1984)
Episode: John David (1982)

Comedy, Drama

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After giving birth to a Down's Syndrome baby, Judith decides she doesn't want to keep him. Obliged to register the birth she arbitrarily chooses John David as the name. A few months later she learns the baby has died.

Director: Rodney Bennett | Stars: Dearbhla Molloy, James Hazeldine, Gwen Watford, Anne Carroll

89. Summer Season (1985– )
Episode: Maybe Baby (1985)

Drama

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Director: Roger Graef | Stars: Jack Klaff, Helen Bourne

90. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Our Lady Blue (1987)

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In a Liverpool convent a touching and unusual friendship is forged between Rachel, a young volunteer, Paul, doing 100 hours of community service, and Sheila, a dying prostitute. It results in a strange and forbidden journey to Lourdes.

Director: Robin Midgley | Stars: Patricia Hayes, Doreen Mantle, Eva Griffith, Leslie Rogers

91. Summer Season (1985– )
Episode: Picture Friend (1985)

Drama

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After a drunken woman falls off a bus, and is taken to hospital overnight, she starts to have disturbing memories.

Director: Nicholas Renton | Stars: June Ritchie, Jim Broadbent, Barbara Ewing, Jane Hazlegrove

92. Play for Today (1970–1984)
Episode: Protest (1981)

75 min | Comedy, Drama

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Director: Alistair Clarke | Star: Nigel Hawthorne

93. Summer Season (1985– )
Episode: Reservations (1985)

Drama

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Director: Adrian Shergold | Stars: Marion Bailey, Colette Barker, Perry Benson, Leo Dolan

94. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: Shiftwork (1986)

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Director: Angela Pope | Stars: Tony Alleff, Robert Austin, David Baukham, Eddie Caswell

95. Screenplay (1986–1993)
Episode: The Diary of Rita Patel (1988)

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Director: Michael Jackley | Stars: Cheryl Miller, David Adair, Ian Arthur, Maiser Asghar

96. Play for Today (1970–1984)
Episode: The Executioner (1980)

Comedy, Drama

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Director: Kenneth Ives | Stars: Noel Collins, Paul Rogers, Joyce Redman, John Phillips

97. Play for Today (1970–1984)
Episode: The Union (1981)

Comedy, Drama

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Director: Ronald Wilson | Stars: Ian Hogg, Tony Selby, Reginald Jessup, James Garbutt

98. BBC2 Playhouse (1973–1983)
Episode: You're All Right, How Am I? (1981)

Drama

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Director: Paul Ciappessoni | Stars: Denholm Elliott, Michael Hordern