Continuation of the rites of passage comedy drama about spotty teenager Adrian Mole. Set in the early eighties, Adrian's Mum (now played by Lulu) and Dad are back together but while trying ... See full summary »
Dead by Monday is a darkly comic tale of love and death... but not necessarily in that order. Julie is a sweet, vulnerable young woman who lacks confidence and is obsessed with the memory ... See full summary »
Good-looking, well-spoken Phil is broke and cannot understand how flatmate James has recently acquired a lot of extra cash and a permanent grin on his face. James's secret? Adonis Escorts -... See full summary »
David L. Williams
Cordelia Gray is the reluctant owner of a ramshackle investigation agency following the suicide of her boss. Watching over her as she hunts down clues in the murky and sinister world of ... See full summary »
Jackie works as a secretary for a law firm. She is secretly attracted to her colleague Michael, a charismatic but eccentric paralegal. Harbouring romantic feelings, she invites the lonely ... See full summary »
The Pub Landlord is a small-minded, bullet headed Little Englander whose prejudices mask a surprisingly sensitive, vulnerable and confused man. He is King of his own world but outside of ... See full summary »
Retired docker Don and his wife Dora live cautiously within their means. Their daughter Joanne, a single parent, struggles to make ends meet but their property developer son David has a ... See full summary »
It has been a pleasure watching the British mini series, Adrian Mole: the Cappuccino Years. I have been a long time fan of the book series by Sue Townsend, and was pleased to see that the show contains all of the brilliant humor that is the life and times of Adrian Mole. It is extremely well cast, as Stephen Mangan captures the sad realism that is Adrian Mole. A brilliant show from a wonderful read!
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