A down on his luck "good guy" gets caught with the wrong crowd in this thriller. Little does Billy know that it is him who finds the love that the clowns left behind. The clowns put a ...
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When the body of a murdered 12 year old girl is found in a skate park on the street where she lives the local police storm into action. Mistakes are made in the heat of an emotionally ... See full summary »
In 1970s England, cultures start to mix and cross with different experiences. Archie is contemplating suicide until he meets Clara, who is fleeing an oppressive Jehovah's Witness mother. ... See full summary »
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 »
Murray is a nice guy. Everyone says so. So no-one is more surprised than Murray when, on her 40th birthday, his wife walks out on him. So begins Murray's quest to discover what went wrong and how to win her back.
A down on his luck "good guy" gets caught with the wrong crowd in this thriller. Little does Billy know that it is him who finds the love that the clowns left behind. The clowns put a beating on Billy as he endures a series of torture and ridicule from the silly faces hooligans. What a grim ending for these groovy cats. Written by
Jack Rosenthal used the same character name, Bamber, for the head removal man in both this series (when he was played by Warren Clarke) and in the film The Chain (1984) (when he was played by 'Warren Mitchell'). In both cases, the character was a know-it-all who incessantly impressed (and bored!) his colleagues with his prodigious knowledge - hence the nickname "Bamber", a reference to Bamber Gascoigne, the question master on University Challenge (1962). See more »