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1985. Eight months have passed since Vincent Swan – Essex’s most amoral double-glazing salesman – teamed up with gangster Ronnie and forced his boss to sell Cachet Windows. Now he’s realised that working for a dangerous criminal isn’t much fun.
But business is booming, until a new rival salesman appears, stealing most of Cachet’s business. But to their surprise, the team discover this salesman is actually a saleswoman.
Meet Jo Scott. She’s ruthless in her pursuit of success. And there’s one prize she values above all – Vincent Swan himself.
Based on the novellas by Luke Jennings and written by the multi-award winning Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Killing Eve centres on two extraordinary women.
Eve is a bored, whip-smart, pay-grade MI5 security officer whose desk-bound job doesn’t fulfil her fantasies of being a spy. Villanelle is a mercurial, talented killer who clings to the luxuries her violent job affords her.
Killing Eve topples the typical spy-action thriller as these two fiercely intelligent women, equally obsessed with each other, go head to head in an epic game of cat and mouse.
Britain, the early ‘80s. At Cachet Windows, the stakes are high and so are the staff.
Vincent Swan, Cachet’s head of sales, excels at selling his favourite product – himself. Martin Lavender has a university degree, which in the world of sales is as much use as an aerated condom. Brian Fitzpatrick is an excellent liar with no principles: he makes a pretty good salesman. And then there’s Carol, Britain’s lousiest receptionist. They are getting filthy rich thanks to uPVC double-glazing, a dirt-cheap alternative to timber.
To you and me, it’s just plastic. To them, it’s white gold.
With the threat of the Castor clones no longer plaguing them, the sisterhood’s future looks bright. That is, until the past comes crashing back into their lives with the return of Neolution – the organisation that has been pulling the strings all along.
Forced to emerge from her Icelandic safe house, Sarah is led down a dangerous path back to the clone that started it all: Beth Childs. As Sarah begins to crack under the overwhelming pressure of keeping her family safe, the sisters are pushed in disparate directions.
But in order to survive, they will need to band together like never before, or be torn apart forever.
Highlights of the 2016 Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The collection includes every one of Team GB's 67 medal wins as well as highlights from the opening and closing ceremonies.
Peaky Blinders - Season 1
Peaky Blinders - Season 2
Featuring a spectacular cast, Peaky Blinders - Season 1 & 2 is an enthralling tale of ambition, corruption, violence, desire, and above all an extraordinary family living through extraordinary times.
Paul Pennyfeather, a dedicated divinity student set upon a quiet life of contemplation as a priest, is unceremoniously expelled from Oxford University through no fault of his own. This kickstarts a series of disastrous events that no-one, least of all Paul, could have anticipated.
Without a private fortune to fall back on, Paul is forced to take a position as a teacher at a substandard boarding school in rural Wales. All too quickly it becomes apparent that Paul is not a natural disciplinarian. He finds scant comfort in drinking to excess with the other teachers. Things start to look up, however, when Paul meets Margot Beste-Chetwynde, a wealthy widow and a mother to one of the boys at the school.
Could it be that the attraction Paul feels for Margot is returned? Could his fortunes be changing?
Based on the novel by Evelyn Waugh.
Season 1 and 2 plus the Christmas special of the BBC comedy from Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, following the humiliations of professional film extra Andy Millman (Gervais) and his eccentric friend Maggie (Ashley Jensen) as they try - and fail - to gain significant lines or parts in various productions.
Each episode features a notable guest star sending themselves up in a cameo appearance on the set of a specific production.
Episodes comprise: 'Ben Stiller', 'Ross Kemp', 'Kate Winslet', 'Les Dennis', 'Samuel L Jackson', 'Patrick Stewart', 'Orlando Bloom', 'David Bowie', 'Daniel Radcliffe', 'Chris Martin', 'Sir Ian McKellen' and 'Jonathan Ross'.
A brilliant detective tormented by the darker side of humanity, Luther shines a light where others fear to tread, into the hearts and minds of psychopaths and killers, and the shadowy spaces of his own soul…
For Luther, his profession is a vocation rather than a job. He serves his own idea of amoral order as much as the rules and codes of criminal law.
A philosophical cop possessed by the insoluble problem of evil and justice in a Godless world, John Luther is a deeply troubled man confronting depravity in its many terrible forms, over a succession of psychological duels between hunter and hunted, perpetrator and prey.
The intensity of Luther’s convictions combine with the violence of his passions to provoke the question of whether he is a force for good or a man hell bent on self-destruction?
The hugely successful series starring Jenny Agutter, Pam Ferris, Helen George and Linda Bassett returns with more touching and compelling stories from the nurses and nuns of Nonnatus House. In this series Sister Monica Joan goes missing at Christmas time leaving the nuns and nurses distraught. Trixie, having battled through her issues with alcohol, finds a new purpose in her keep fit classes. And could friendship blossom into something more for vicar Tom Hereward and Barbara? Meanwhile, a string of babies born with severe and devastating deformities, casts a dark shadow over the entire team at Nonnatus House as they struggle to understand why.
Every episode from the first season of the BBC comedy starring David Walliams and some of his famous friends in a series of sketches.
Each episode sees a new celebrity join David, with stars including Jack Whitehall, Harry Enfield, Sheridan Smith, Meera Syal, Miranda Richardson and Hugh Bonneville, taking part in sketches which include a parody of the 'Great British Bake Off', a new, twisted reality TV show, the Queen exploring her family history and a 1970s comedy film.
The collection also includes the 2015 Christmas special with Joanna Lumley as well as the 2016 special.
It's chaos in the countryside! Join the rebellious Shaun the sheep and his friends. From the creators of Wallace and Gromit.
Music and dancing are the order of the day in these three episodes of the popular children's series set on the Island of Mull. In 'Ceilidh', Miss Hoolie decides to hold a ceilidh at the nursery. Suzie Sweet insists on organising it, but soon tires herself out, but luckily Josie is on hand to take over. In 'Disco', Miss Hoolie asks PC Plum to set up a disco for the children - but he doesn't know much about music, so he asks Josie and Spencer for some tips. Finally, in 'Indian Wedding', Penny and Suzie are organising an Indian wedding for their friend, and the children learn some Indian dancing with Josie Jump.
This BBC mini-series continues the story of Anne Shirley, the heroine of Anne of Green Gables as she begins her job as a schoolteacher.
New adventures lie in store for Anne as her life at Green Gables takes unexpected turns with the arrival of two new orphans and the realization that college is no longer a dream.
Through marriage proposals from suitors, the sale of her first story and sharing a cottage with her friends, Anne holds on to her memories of Avonlea and discovers life and love on her own terms.
All six episodes from the third series of the award-winning comedy show. In 'Doorhandle' Edina and Patsy set out on a search to find the perfect doorhandle for the rebuilt kitchen. 'Happy New Year' has Patsy's long lost sister turn up at a New Year's Eve party. 'Sex' sees Edina and Patsy attempt to stage an orgy. 'Jealous' finds Edina attending the PR event of the year, where she meets supermodel Naomi Campbell. 'Fear' has Patsy travel to New York in a bid to resurrect her ailing career. And 'The End' sees Edina searching for some inner peace.
This BBC docu-drama explores the possible consequences of the eruption of a giant supervolcano that is actually simmering beneath America's Yellowstone Park. Set in the near-future, the factually-based drama portrays one of nature's most potentially cataclysmic events, encompassing the run-up to the eruption and the ten days after the volcano explodes. CGI technology is used to recreate a pyroclastic cloud with a 100-mile fallout radius.
All twelve episodes from seasons 3 and 4 of the popular BBC sitcom set in occupied France during the Second World War. In 'The Nicked Knockwurst', the everlasting gag about the phallic sausage reaches its climax when Hitler realises that the 'Fallen Madonna with the Big Boobies' painting is not, after all, hidden inside the conflict's most sought-after tube of pork. Meanwhile, Rene and Monsieur Alfonso are ready to fight a duel for the hand of Edith. In 'Gruber Does Some Mincing', von Strohm, Geering and Rene are arrested and interrogated by Herr Flick. In 'The Sausage and the Wardrobe', the resistance movement decide to blow up General von Klinkerhoffen, little realising that certain of their enemy also plan to kill the general - von Strohm with a lethal gateau and Flick with a poisoned dart. René and the Resistance try to disguise themselves as roadworkers in order to smuggle out the English airmen in 'Flight of Fancy'. In 'Pretty Maids All in a Row', von Klinkerhoffen requisitions a worthless painting - but René has hidden the Fallen Madonna inside it. In 'The Great Un-Escape', Gruber is knee-deep in forgeries, while René is knee-deep in a tunnel. In 'Hans Goes Over the Top', the entire gang escape from the prisoner of war camp dressed as can-can girls from the Foliés Bergeres. In 'Camp Dance', Lieutenant Gruber helps the gang escape in a dust lorry while the German guards are distracted by a variety show. Maria escapes separately, disguised as a Red Cross parcel, but unfortunately she gets delivered to Switzerland. In 'Good Staff Are Hard to Find', Mimi is brought in as Rene's bodyguard, but it isn't long before she is trying to poison Herr Flick in the back room of the cafe. 'The Flying Nun' sees General von Klinkerhoffen and Colonel von Strohm under suspicion of being part of a plot to assassinate Hitler. In 'The Jet-Propelled Mother-in-Law', Rene is being held by the Germans. Edith decides to disguise herself as a German officer and threaten the Germans with a grenade to get them to release him, but she ends up blowing up a public toilet instead.
BBC adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's classic novel. Bored of her marriage to husband Charles (Hugh Bonneville), Emma Bovary (Frances O'Connor) embarks on a series of affairs, encouraged by suave aristocrat Rudolphe (Greg Wise). Along the way Emma incurs heavy debts with devious tradesman Lheureux (Keith Barron), and when Rudolphe deserts her it seems that her world is about to fall apart.
The epic finale of the fifth season.
Harvard professor Niall Ferguson explores the world of finance from the 14th century to the present day. Amongst many other subjects, this six-part Channel 4 documentary looks at stock market crashes, runs on banks and sub-prime loans - terms which are never far from the headlines in today's fragile economic world.
The complete ninth and final series of the BBC police drama starring Trevor Eve, Sue Johnston and Wil Johnson. The Cold Case team is made up of a group of dedicated police officers who use cutting-edge forensic technology and old-fashioned police work to reinvestigate old cases where every lead has come to a dead end.
Over the years, BBC wildlife documentaries have featured the most incredible footage, illustrating just how ingenious, beautiful, frightening – and even how funny the natural world can be. Now the most amazing and dramatic moments of these programmes have been collected on one DVD.
A combination of talent, patience, split-second timing – and not forgetting – good luck, has allowed some of the world’s most famous natural history film-makers to capture these unique and extraordinary moments on camera. The tension mounts as crocodiles prepare to ambush zebras at a river crossing; a ruthless python kills and eats a gazelle; unbelievable underwater filming captures the elegance of elephants swimming and David Attenborough gets close to mountain gorillas.
Along with bears, monkeys, meerkats, lions, whales and some of the more bizarre members of the animal world, these wildlife stars reveal the sheer awe-inspiring magic of the natural world.
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