1794: The French revolution hangs over Britain. George Warleggan grows his empire; and Ross and Demelza attempt to keep the peace. Facing battles both at home and abroad, will Ross answer the call and risk losing everything he holds dear?
Queen Victoria, a 19th-century heroine for our times, faces the very modern challenge of balancing a growing family with her marriage to Prince Albert and her work--all while being the ruler of the most powerful nation on earth. UK Edition.
The Summer of Love is emerging, and DC Endeavour Morse, DI Fred Thursday, and the Oxford City Police find themselves caught on the frontier of the future—computers, pop music, National Health, nuclear power—as the struggle between old and new plays out in the city. Endeavour, Thursday, and their colleagues are plunged into their most perilous, baffling, and terrifying cases to date.
With monarchies tumbling in Europe, Victoria and Albert must confront what it means to rule in this new era. Constitutional crises, scandals, and a decade of marriage mean Victoria is tested like never before; as mother, wife, and Queen.
Julia McKenzie (Cranford) dons Miss Marple's trademark tweeds with wit and flair in these four full-length mysteries. Each story is shot in gorgeous high definition against a backdrop of grand English estates and post-WWII period detail.
Proper, demure, sharp as a tack, Agatha Christie's spinster sleuth is brilliantly portrayed by Geraldine McEwan (Series 1-3) and Julia McKenzie (Series 4). Each dons the trademark tweeds as if they were made for her; each is surrounded by lavish post-WWII period detail and stellar supporting casts.
This slice-of-life ensemble drama follows a group of twenty- and thirty-something friends from Coventry who all move to London. Featuring appearances by Isla Fisher and Michael Fassbender.
As the world fought for freedom, one woman struggled to liberate herself. Based on the real wartime diaries of Nella Last, written by and starring award-winning British comedian Victoria Wood, this drama recounts Last's everyday endurance of wartime privations and her dawning sense of independence. Winner of two BAFTA awards, it's a moving glimpse into life on the home front through the eyes of a woman gradually awakening to life.
Emma Banville sets out to prove the innocence of Kevin Russell, a man who was convicted for the murder of schoolgirl Linda Simms 14 years earlier. Firmly believing there has been a miscarriage of justice, Emma is prepared to go to extreme lengths to discover the truth and free Kevin.
Opening on New Year’s Eve 1969, normal order has been resumed and the team reunited at Castle Gate CID. However, the events of the past year have left their mark. Old friendships will be challenged and new relationships will blossom.