Marcus, Jas and Dhari are on the run, their faces plastered all over the news. Hot on their heels are Pence and Cullen, who harass Fallon and the black community, in a desperate attempt to locate the...
Infighting and external forces threaten to split the gang, throwing their final mission into jeopardy. Fallon colludes with the Black Power Desk, now being led by Cullen. Dhari and Marcus fight for ...
The gang moves to a secret location in the countryside and starts training to be soldiers. But the strain of being on the run begins to take its toll on Jas and Marcus' relationship. At the country ...
BBC Three's five by five, a series of short films from new writers, featuring new and established on-screen talent working side by side. Set in London, the five standalone films feature ... See full summary »
'Drive Me to the End' centers around Ryan (Richard Summers-Calvert) and Sunny (Kate Lister), estranged family members who find themselves car-sharing to a funeral in Scotland. With both ... See full summary »
When the biggest player in British cyber-crime faces destruction by some deadly serious Islamic extremists, he knows it's time to settle old scores and play the biggest scam of his life - before bailing out fast.
In 1849, the liberation war against the Habsburg Empire is close to its end in Hungary. Having hidden from military draft, Barnabás leaves his hometown and walks across the country to find ... See full summary »
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Whilst race relations in the U.K were not ideal in the 70s you can take it as read the Police force was not made up of Rhodesians and South Africans bent on imposing apartheid nor did they murder protesters in cold blood in front of the general public (there would, anyway, be easier ways of dispensing with enemies). Nor was there a bomb planting, machine gun toting hybrid of the Black Panthers and Red Brigade. Given that race relations are pretty good and young people are extremely gullible this is dangerously divisive rubbish. Idris Elba has benefited from England's cosmopolitan society more than most and should know better. Every single English white person in the entire series is portrayed as a thug at best, psycho at worst. The Baader Meinhof financiers however seem delightful
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