Britain's longest-running sitcom returns to the picturesque village of Holmfirth in Yorkshire, marking its 30th anniversary. Our ageing delinquents wend their merry way through the Dales, gleefully filling their time with half-baked schemes and schoolboy pranks.
At first blush, Little Women is just another docusoap about a group of smart, dynamic friends living in Los Angeles. With money in their pockets and the City of Angels at their feet, the ladies of this show take viewers on a journey through their world.
3) The First 48
The First 48 follows the nation’s top police departments during the critical first 48 hours of murder investigations.
DI Richard Poole is still trapped on the stunning Caribbean island paradise of Saint-Marie as this light-hearted detective drama returns. The sun, sea and sand still continue to irritate him, just as he irritates his long-suffering colleagues. Alongside the beautiful Sergeant Camille Bordey, he takes on a baffling array of murder cases, from pirate curses to nuns killed in locked rooms - even solving cases with a hurricane bearing down on them. Most...
The beautiful Yorkshire village of Keldale is scandalised by the gruesome murder of local farmer, William Tey. The Yorkshire police are obliged to team one of their investigators with a London Superintendent, which places well spoken Superintendent Thomas Lynley with the tricky and resentful detective, Barbara Havers. While their relationship struggles, their findings become ever more interesting and when the investigators organise a reunion between...
This season on ALONE, participants will face the most punishing environment yet: The Arctic. Canada’s Great Slave Lake—the deepest lake in North America—is where season 6’s survivalists will endure frigid conditions & a slew of dangerous wild life, like a thriving bear population, territorial moose, wolves, muskox and the stealthy porcupine. No camera crew. No gimmicks. Last one standing wins.
The series examines each piece of forensic evidence, each witness, each possible lead, and each turn in the road that ultimately leads detectives to their killer.
In Little Women: Atlanta, the little ladies turn it up wherever they go — especially with club promoter Emily leading the charge. There is no shortage of drama within this circle of friends as they face the daily challenges that come with being a little person.
Arthur Gilder is ready to hand over the reins of his doctor's practice to his son, Tom. But this is the 1950s, and when Tom moves his wife and children to the Lancashire village of Ormston from the hustle and bustle of Manchester, he also brings with him a sense of dynamism and change which Arthur doesn't embrace with open arms. Arthur clings to his old-fashioned, tried and tested ways whereas Tom is determined that the hospital should adapt or die....
BEYOND SCARED STRAIGHT - produced by Arnold Shapiro, profiles the new approach to keeping today teens from becoming tomorrow prisoners.
In this series, Peter Pascoe and his wife, Ellie, now heavily pregnant, drive to a picturesque Cotsworld village to visit friends, only to find them murdered; a charming serial killer haunts the sleepy Yorkshire town of Wetherton; pest control takes on a new meaning when Dalziel and Pascoe investigate a suspicious rose grower; and Dalziel finds himself under suspicion when an old man is killed by a drunken driver.
12) Modern Marvels
Modern Marvels goes beyond the basics to provide insight and history into things we wonder about and that impact our lives.
13) Upstart Crow
David Mitchell stars as William Shakespeare in a rip-roaring comedy tribute to the Bard. Written by Ben Elton, this fictional account of his early career follows Shakespeare as he starts to make a name for himself in London, while also trying to be a husband and father for his family in Stratford-upon-Avon.
14) The Universe
It's time for a new look at a very old universe. In its mysteries, we are finding the secrets of our past and the key to our future. This is a history of how we know what we do about space. Fifty years have flown by since man first ventured into space.
15) 60 Days In
60 Days In offers an unprecedented look at life behind bars at Indiana's Clark County Jail as seven innocent volunteers are sent to live among its general population for 60 days.
In this issue of Videofashion Collections, New York Fashion Week continues to steal the headlines! Miami to Manhattan, graffitied and collaged, street art has stylish impact on Donna Karan’s Spring 2015 collection. It’s a bouquet of laidback luxury from perennial favorite, Michael Kors! Kors, the king of comfort, makes sportswear classics optimistically chic for the upcoming season. Plus, Peter Som’s Pop Art prints create clean crisp summer...
17) Julius Caesar
A fast-moving thriller about a struggle for democracy, William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar is also a love story between two men united by an explosive act of political violence. Based on the Royal Shakespeare Company's acclaimed stage production, Gregory Doran's film for BBC Television sets the action in post-independence Africa. With echos of the recent overthrow of dictators during the 'Arab Spring', the production explores the implications of political...
With a career that spanned 45 years, Valentino Garavani was born in a small town in northern Italy. His single name became synonymous with refinement. Valentino dressed rock to royalty - all with a capital V. No other designer was more true to elegance and beauty. He brought Italian couture to the international stage and his retirement in 2008 was a magical end to a long run.
In a world where designer labels come and go at the drop of a fashionable hat, only the strongest survive. Designer Marathon takes you from the humblest of beginnings through the most spectacular creations that catapulted these designers and design houses to fame. We map out a career timeline of the most influential trendsetters of the last three decades as they build their far-reaching fashion empires. Volume 6 includes: Badgley Mischka, Emanuel...
For more then twenty years, tons and tons of metallic and electronic waste from all around the world has been transported to a Chinese town called Fengjang, in the south of Shanghai. Around 50,000 migrant workers have formed a real army to dismantle these metallic wastes. These green soldiers decompose, cut, split and recycle, with the most rudimentary means, almost 2 million tons of garbage every year. To remain and assume the minimum materials that...
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