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1. The Bill (1984–2010)

50 min | Crime, Drama

6.6
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Uniform officers and detectives from an inner London police station enforce law and order on a day to day basis.

Stars: Graham Cole, Jeff Stewart, Trudie Goodwin, Simon Rouse

Votes: 2,334

2. Casualty (1986– )

TV-PG | 50 min | Drama

6.1
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The everyday lives of the people frequenting the frenetic Accident and Emergency department of Holby City hospital.

Stars: Derek Thompson, Suzanne Packer, Ian Bleasdale, Tony Marshall

Votes: 2,098

3. London's Burning (1988–2002)

50 min | Drama

7.0
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The lives of firefighters at Blackwall Fire Station.

Stars: Glen Murphy, Richard Walsh, Ben Onwukwe, Shirley Greenwood

Votes: 478

4. Bad Girls (1999–2006)

90 min | Crime, Drama

8.0
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British hard-hitting drama about the staff and inmates of a women's prison.

Stars: Kika Mirylees, Victoria Alcock, Helen Fraser, Jack Ellis

Votes: 1,663

5. Hetty Wainthropp Investigates (1996–1998)

TV-PG | 75 min | Comedy, Crime, Drama

7.7
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Hetty wakes on her 60th birthday and decides to become a private investigator. With assistance from a teenager called Geoffrey and her husband Robert, combined with her own common sense, Hetty is confident she can solve any case.

Stars: Patricia Routledge, Dominic Monaghan, Derek Benfield, John Graham-Davies

Votes: 1,019

6. Drop the Dead Donkey (1990–1998)

Comedy

8.0
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Political satire about a television news company.

Stars: Neil Pearson, Jeff Rawle, David Swift, Stephen Tompkinson

Votes: 1,048

7. Children's Ward (1989–2000)

30 min | Drama

7.3
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This British children's drama series, set in the children's ward of the fictitious South Park Hospital, tells the stories of the young patients and the staff present there.

Stars: Janette Beverley, Rita May, Carol Harvey, Jennifer Luckraft

Votes: 81

8. Dangerfield (1995–1999)

50 min | Crime, Drama

6.2
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The life and times of a small-town family practitioner and police surgeon.

Stars: Roderick Smith, Nadim Sawalha, Nicola Cowper, Bill Wallis

Votes: 112

9. Coogan's Run (1995– )

30 min | Comedy

7.4
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A short series portraying six different people who all live in a town called Ottle; all played by Steve Coogan.

Stars: Steve Coogan, John Thomson, Malcolm Raeburn, Teresa Banham

Votes: 302

10. Jossy's Giants (1986–1987)

30 min | Comedy, Sport

8.0
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Stars: Jim Barclay, Christopher Burgess, Julie Foy, Mark Gillard

Votes: 92

11. Lost for Words (1999 TV Movie)

76 min | Drama

7.9
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Deric Longden and his wife, Aileen, come to terms with the fact that his mother, Annie, is getting too old to live on her own. Annie suffers her first stroke and a nursing home is the ... See full summary »

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Thora Hird, Pete Postlethwaite, Penny Downie, Jennifer Luckraft

Votes: 241

12. City Central (1998–2000)

50 min | Crime, Drama

7.6
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The everyday public and private lives of the detectives, policemen and policewomen who work at the inner-city Christmas Street police station in Manchester.

Stars: Sean McKenzie, Ian Aspinall, Dave Hill, Ashley Jensen

Votes: 54

13. City Central (1998–2000)
Episode: A Night on the Town (1998)

Crime, Drama

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Director: Martin Hutchings | Stars: Paul Nicholls, Lorraine Ashbourne, Stephen Lord, Ian Aspinall

14. Jossy's Giants (1986–1987)
Episode: A Question of Sports (1987)

27 min | Comedy, Sport

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Director: Edward Pugh | Stars: Jim Barclay, Jenny McCracken, Christopher Burgess, John Judd

15. Casualty (1986– )
Episode: All's Fair (2001)

TV-PG | Drama

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Director: Paul Wroblewski | Stars: Derek Thompson, Ian Bleasdale, Robert Gwilym, Jan Anderson

16. City Central (1998–2000)
Episode: Blue Legume (1999)

Crime, Drama

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Director: Ken Horn | Stars: Lorraine Ashbourne, Stephen Lord, Ian Aspinall, Sean McKenzie

17. The Bill (1984–2010)
Episode: Bounds of Decency (1996)

24 min | Crime, Drama

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PC Slater and PC Garfield struggle to keep the peace when two women fall out over the same man.

Director: Corin Campbell Hill | Stars: Huw Higginson, Alan Westaway, Shaun Scott, Mark Wingett

18. Coogan's Run (1995– )
Episode: Dearth of a Salesman (1995)

Comedy

8.3
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Garth Cheeseman Arrives At A Hotel For A Bussiness Confrence And Gets Into All Sorts Of Bother

Director: Geoff Posner | Stars: Steve Coogan, Richard Lumsden, Bernard Wrigley, Georgia Mitchell

Votes: 29

19. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.1 (1989)

Drama

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Fiona is knocked down by a car whilst running away to a concert. But her mum nearly causes another accident when she slaps a hot cup of tea from Mags's hand. Dave is stressed the new doctor... See full summary »

Directors: Rod Natkiel, Nicholas Mallett | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Janette Beverley

20. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.10 (1989)

Drama

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The staff get to the nitty gritty of the head lice problem. Suzanna is happy with her nose, and knows what makes her happy. The problem child finally shows some vulnera-Billy-ty. Sleeping Beauty's eyes are opened. Dean's been mean.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Janette Beverley

21. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.11 (1989)

Drama

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A game of musical romances begins, both on the staff and the patient side. The wanderer returns, in the form of George's father. Fiona's dreams are driving her silly.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

22. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.12 (1989)

Drama

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McKeown takes the high road by retiring early. Billy gets less silly by mentioning the meal he saw flushed by Keely.

Director: Rod Natkiel | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Janette Beverley

23. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.13 (1989)

Drama

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The old forgotten birthday cover for surprise party is wheeled out for Alex's 12th. But there is a far less predictable twist in the tail of this first series.

Director: Rod Natkiel | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

24. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.2 (1989)

Drama

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An over-keen new boy nurse causes a series of mishaps, Keely has her eye on a gorgeous stud who's been visiting Billy, and a nasty nasty man combines a sweet treats trolley with a lemon sour manner.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

25. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.3 (1989)

24 min | Drama

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Fiona's still in a coma, but the other kids disown her. Gary is more interested in awkwardly chatting up Diane than making amends for his mishaps. Alex is at risk of not seeing half of these silly antics.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

26. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.4 (1989)

Drama

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Mrs. Brett starts to behave like an acceptable human being after her stern talking to by Dave, but his school-masterly manner does not work as well on Billy. A gypsy dumps her boy in the ... See full summary »

Director: Nicholas Mallett | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

27. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.5 (1989)

Drama

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Billy continues with his coke habit - the liquid kind. The kids take their revenge on the terrible trolley tyrant. Something is afoot with Darren. The staff worry about gypsy George fitting... See full summary »

Directors: Nicholas Mallett, Rod Natkiel | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

28. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.6 (1989)

Drama

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Billy is a bully. Dave jealously guards his jealousy over Charlotte's engagement.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Janette Beverley

29. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.7 (1989)

Drama

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After downing vodka in a way that even a seasoned alcoholic would struggle with, Billy loses his bottle. Mags keeps riding her bike, but she's on the road to nowhere. McKeown says och aye to Alex's operation.

Director: Alistair Clarke | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

30. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.8 (1989)

Drama

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Priorities are all over the place when Tiffany puts meeting a radio disc jockey over a holiday in Spain, and Billy's parents would rather squabble than help their son.

Director: Rod Natkiel | Stars: Ian McCulloch, Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper

31. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #1.9 (1989)

Drama

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Ben's inability to lose weight is a cause for concern. Meanwhile, Keely's weight loss causes concern.

Director: Rod Natkiel | Stars: Carol Harvey, Andrew Hall, Nina Baden-Semper, Janette Beverley

32. London's Burning (1988–2002)
Episode: Episode #13.16 (2001)

Drama

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John and Maggie get stuck in a hospital lift as an arsonist sets fire to the building.

Director: Richard Holthouse | Stars: Glen Murphy, Ben Onwukwe, Michael Garner, Heather Peace

33. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.1 (1990)

Drama

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Everything has suddenly got a whole lot darker. Genial Dave has abruptly left the hospital, to be replaced by the humourless acting Sister Mitchell, and out on the streets there is gang warfare.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Dean Gatiss, Kirsty Skelhorn, Mark Hamer, Mark Dixon

34. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.10 (1990)

Drama

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The only dose missing is a dose of realism when patients and visitors turn the ward into a brawl room.

Director: Gareth Morgan | Stars: Adam Sunderland, Darren Brennan, Maxine Rath-Suter, Tim Stanley

35. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.11 (1990)

Drama

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Dawn dies and Melanie cries. He may have a paintbrush in his mouth, but it doesn't stop J.J.'s cheek. Steve isn't willing to brush the new boy's supposed carpet-based injury under the carpet.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Dean Gatiss, Rachel Egan, Abbie Choyce, Rita May

36. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.12 (1990)

Drama

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Matthew takes the Romeo & Juliet storyline too far by contemplating suicide, but Lisa steps up just in time. Diane is wanting to leave, but her front is far too attractive for anyone to want to see the back of her.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Tony Bamforth, Tom Higgins, Dean Gatiss, Rachel Egan

37. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.13 (1990)

Drama

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Dominic takes his twin Richie's place in exchange for a skateboard, but will need to get his skates on to get back on time. The kids put on a play, but as always the ward itself is more entertaining.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Eddie Otoo, Rita May, Janette Beverley, John Cockerill

38. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.2 (1990)

Drama

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Mr. Downing vents his spleen, while the patients just talk about theirs. Keely is still seeing Billy, and now nurses a desire to become a nurse.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Rachel Egan, Janette Beverley, Dean Gatiss, Viv Warentz

39. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.3 (1990)

Drama

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Woods calls Steve back into the hospital for, she says, purely professional reasons. Meadows & Mitchell squabble like sisters over who should be sister. The cop called in to investigate whether Amanda's baby is her's is married to the job.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Joseph Kennedy, Nicola Stephenson, Rita May, Tim Stanley

40. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.4 (1990)

Drama

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There's no more maybe over Amanda's baby. Can Diane's beauty and charm match Sandra's sure snooty smarm?

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Carol Harvey, Carl Rice, Tony Leonard, Abbie Choyce

41. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.5 (1990)

Drama

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A smile returns to Diana's dial. Keely's results are positive but her reaction negative. A posh pretty patient turns boys' heads. Lisa behaves very inhospitably.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Nicola Stephenson, Judy Holt, Helen Swift, Jennifer Luckraft

42. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.6 (1990)

Drama

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Valentine's Day proves a temporary distraction from the action, and has staff and patients alike cooing even more than normal.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Janette Beverley, Chris Bisson, Darren Brennan, Abbie Choyce

43. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.7 (1990)

Drama

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The break of Dawn comes when she cries over her operation. There are pregnant pauses about Keely's condition, but can Billy temper his temper? The staff finally get a patient who doesn't understand English, instead of just acting like it.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Andrew Abrahams, Mary Cunningham, Emmanuel Martineau, Tony Bamforth

44. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.8 (1990)

Drama

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Woods is in a huff, Kieran's a scruff, Diane's too tough, and Mags has had enough. You can tell everyone is upset when even Jack starts to appear a little bit human.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Chris Bisson, Chloe Newsome, Leyla Nejad, Abbie Choyce

45. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #2.9 (1990)

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Keely now has the grand title of "voluntary assistant play therapist", but her main play seems to be with Billy's heart. Meanwhile, the Romeo & Juliet story between members of rival gangs ... See full summary »

Director: Gareth Morgan | Stars: Rachel Egan, Dean Gatiss, Leyla Nejad, Rita May

46. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #3.1 (1990)

Drama

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Emotional outbursts abound, as Gary hits, Kieran kisses, and a naughty new nurse tries hard but misses.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Ian Blower, Will Mellor, Richard Orr, Kiran Hocking

47. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #3.10 (1991)

Drama

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Helen falls over the Christmas crackers, but she doesn't get a sweet toy, just acute appendicitis. Could there be wedding bells on the horizon as well as sleigh bells?

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Sally Sheridan, Natalie Wiblin, Richard Orr, Margery Bone

48. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #3.11 (1991)

Drama

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Bryony and Mitchell get the wrong end of the stick. Helen seems to be running her house. Lucy's pet tortoise and Keely both have Christmas babies.

Director: Alan J.W. Bell | Stars: Rita May, Carl Rice, William Ash, Margery Bone

49. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #3.12 (1991)

Drama

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Frances feels hurt and excluded from Eddie's immature family, while Mitchell is left out by the other staff. Something must be in the water on the ward, as another marriage proposal come forth. The Jordan situation becomes clear.

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Sarah Cooper, Natalie Wiblin, Ken Parry, Tom Higgins

50. Children's Ward (1989–2000)
Episode: Episode #3.13 (1991)

Drama

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New boy Mickey has trouble written all over him. Not easy Keeping up with the Joneses, as now it seems it's parents reunited. The staff party hard at Carol & Steve's wedding, but the fire ... See full summary »

Director: Julian Jarrold | Stars: Stephen Graham, Judy Holt, Natalie Wiblin, Emily Aston



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