The ultimate story of families, love, and growth within a small British community. Sisters-in-law Peggy Snow and Ruth Goddard deal with life's trials and tribulations realistically, very ... See full summary »
Harry Barnett is a failed businessman who used to run a garage until he went bankrupt. He is now living on the island of Rhodes, looking after the villa of a friend, Alan Dysart, a former ... See full summary »
Kingdom Swann is a talented but rather naive Scottish artist who lives in Edwardian London with his housekeeper, Violet, a dowdy and self-effacing but very loyal young woman from Lancashire... See full summary »
A cakemaker and her dysfunctional family live on a grimy estate. When Elaine's rock buns come out of the oven resembling the Virgin Mary, potentially miraculous consequences follow for her ... See full summary »
A drama based on the true story of Angela Cannings, who was wrongly convicted of killing two of her children, on the basis of "expert witness" evidence about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (... See full summary »
Jim Proctor's very first words in The Glass: Episode #1.1 (2001), as he is grabbing the attention of the audience when he is giving a speech, are "Shut it!". This is probably a sly reference to the same phrase that Jack Regan (also played by John Thaw) used frequently in The Sweeney (1975). See more »
I enjoyed this series immensely. I have tried all day to purchase this series as a motivator for a sales kick-off. Some of the material about business is priceless. Somebody tell me how I can purchase the series...it is not available on Amazon.com.
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