Once a powerful lawyer, Billy McBride is now burned out and washed up, spending more time in a bar than a courtroom. When he reluctantly agrees to pursue a wrongful death lawsuit against the biggest client of the massive law firm he helped create, Billy and his ragtag team uncover a vast and deadly conspiracy, pitting them all in a life or death trial against the ultimate Goliath.
On the day that England took on Scotland in the 1996 European Championship, Daniel Cotton is trying to get his Dad and brother talking again. However, when the three are caught up in an IRA explosion in a local pub, everyone's lives are changed.
Imagine a real-life "Downtown Abby" with an English Lord who has a dark secret that is suddenly exposed and that in essence is the remarkable true story behind Lord Montagu. Beautifully filmed, relentlessly entertaining, yet another terrific example of how truth really is stranger and more compelling than fiction.
This is not just about some of the world's best-loved buildings, spectacular as they are; it is about the treasures within that tell a human story, from the tapestries which the First Duke of Marlborough commissioned to celebrate his triumph at the Battle of Blenheim, to the Italian pietra dura cabinet which the Medicis gave to the owners of Burghley - the greatest Elizabethan house in England
For Britain's city dwellers the temptation to exchange the daily grind for an English country living is great. The Good Life follows four couples who have headed for the hills. Discover the "The Good Life" in the beautiful English countryside.
The Celts - The Complete Series contains all 6 episodes of the award-winning series.
Go inside the walls of royalty in "Minding Our Manors". Viscount John Crichton travels to meet his cousins Lord and Lady Dunleath, who own Ballywalter Park. They provide candid insight into what goes on behind the closed doors of their home, the pressures they face, and their hands-on approach to the royal life.
Join Alastair Bruce, historical advisor to Downton Abbey, as he reveals the secrets of how the aristocratic set dined and dressed, how they married and made money, how they interacted with the servants, and above all why they behaved as they did in 1900s Britain.
The Palace of the Peak: set in more than 1000 acres of glorious Derbyshire countryside, Chatsworth House is one of the most famous stately homes in England. This unique journey takes the viewer through the most spectacular of Chatsworth's 300 rooms which contain one of the nation's finest collections of antiques, furniture and works of art.