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The entire second series of the first 'Star Trek' spin-off. In 'The Child' Troi is impregnated by an unseen alien while sleeping and soon gives birth to a rapidly-ageing child. 'Where Silence Has Lease' sees the Enterprise trapped in a hole in space by an alien entity wishing to conduct experiments on it. 'Elementary, Dear Data' has Data and Geordi play at Holmes and Watson on the holodeck, but their holographic Moriarty assumes its own identity and threatens to take over the ship. 'The Outrageous Okona' finds the Enterprise playing host to the larger-than-life Captain Okona. 'Loud as a Whisper' sees Troi helping deaf mute mediator Riva to end an age-old galactic conflict when his three assistants, without whom he is unable to communicate, are killed. In 'The Schizoid Man' Data takes on characteristics of brilliant cyberneticist Dr Ira Graves after witnessing his death on an away mission. 'Unnatural Selection' has the Enterprise attempt to warn a genetic research station of the outbreak of a rapid ageing disease. 'A Matter of Honour' finds Riker forced to serve as first officer on a Klingon vessel as part of an exchange scheme. In 'The Measure of a Man' Riker is forced to prosecute Data in a court of law when the latter attempts to resign from Starfleet. 'The Dauphin' sees Wes Crusher get into trouble after falling in love with Salia, a young alien woman who is soon to become Dauphin and thus end civil war on her home planet. 'Contagion' has the Enterprise cross the Romulan Neutral Zone in order to aid the USS Yamato, whose computer systems have failed mysteriously. 'The Royale' finds Riker, Data and Worf exploring an apparently barren planet and discovering a casino. In 'Time Squared' Picard doubts the safety of the Enterprise when they pick up a Federation shuttle containing... Picard, sent back in time from six hours in the future to warn of a catastrophe that has yet to occur. 'The Icarus Factor' sees Riker shaken by a reunion with his father, whom he has not seen for fifteen years. 'Pen Pals' has Data reveal that he has broken the Prime Directive after befriending an alien girl. 'Q-Who?' finds the Enterprise transported to a far-flung Universe, where they encounter the relentless part-human cybernetic beings known as the Borg. 'Samaritan Snare' sees both Picard and Wesley travelling to starbase Scylla 515 - the former for cardiac surgery, the latter to sit his Starfleet exams. In 'Up the Long Ladder' the Enterprise crew are forced to mediate in a conflict between the Bringloidis, whose planet is on the verge of destruction, and the Marisposans, a clone race who wish to copy Riker and Pulaski's DNA. 'Manhunt' has Troi's mother Lwaxana arrive on the Enterprise and sets her sights on Picard, who seeks refuge in his holodeck Dixon Hill programme. 'The Emissary' finds Worf reunited with former lover K'Ehleyr when she arrives as ambassador to a shipful of Klingons who are not aware that the war with the Federation is over. In 'Peak Performance' Riker takes charge of an old Starfleet vessel, the Hathaway, in a war game against Picard and the Enterprise. Finally, in 'Shades of Gray', Riker has to fight for his life when his nervous system comes under attack from an alien organism.
All eight episodes from the second series of the BBC Victorian costume drama adapted from the novel 'Au Bonheur des Dames' by Émile Zola. Set in a north of England town, the show follows shopworker Denise Lovett (Joanna Vanderham) as she struggles to make her way to the top after managing to gain a lowly position as a salesgirl at 'The Paradise', the town's newly opened upmarket department store. In this series, a year has past and Moray (Emun Elliott) has been exiled to Paris after breaking off his engagement to Katherine (Elaine Cassidy).
Following the death of her father, Katherine and her new husband Tom Weston (Ben Daniels) are now the owners of The Paradise. Tom plans to sell the store which has been struggling to survive in Moray's absence. When he returns at Katherine's request, Moray finds he has his work cut out to restore The Paradise to its former glory.
Meanwhile, he and Denise continue their romance but the future of their relationship remains uncertain.
All-action sci-fi adaptation of the popular first-person shooter computer game, starring The Rock and Karl Urban. On the planet Mars, a team of scientists have set up an experimental research facility that suddenly ceases communication with no warning. A Rapid Response Tactical Squad, led by Sarge (The Rock) and Grimm (Urban), are dispatched to investigate, and make the shocking discovery that the scientists have opened a dimensional gateway to Hell itself. Against all the odds, the squad have to fight their way through the base to shut off the portal, and then kill every horrific escaped demon creature before the hordes of Hell can reach Earth.
Madeline (Hatty Jones) is the most mischievous of the twelve friends who live at a Parisian school run by Miss Clavel (Frances McDormand). Her sunny existence is threatened by starchy old Lord Covington (Nigel Hawthorne), who is on a campaign to have the school closed down. It is up to Madeline and her friends, who include the equally precocious Pepito and a dog who saved her from drowning, to stop him.
Made-for-TV drama about the soldiers who produced their own magazine in the trenches of World War I. While stationed in Ypres, Belgium, in 1916, Captain Fred Roberts (Ben Chaplin) and Lieutenant Jack Pearson (Julian Rhind-Tutt) come across a printing press and decide to use it to produce a satirical magazine called The Wipers Times. Despite the ongoing war and the disapproval of their superiors, Roberts and Pearson continue with their publication, helping to keep up the spirits of their fellow soliders in such dark times.
All four episodes of the drama miniseries about the life of Queen Elizabeth I. Anne-Marie Duff stars as the Virgin Queen and portrays pivotal moments in her life as monarch including her passionate affair with Robert Dudley (Tom Hardy), her triumph over the Armada and her unorthodox relationship with the Earl of Essex (Hans Matheson).
Nicholas Hoult and Eleanor Tomlinson star in this modern-day fantasy adventure based on the classic fairy tale. When Jack (Hoult), a young farmhand, unwittingly opens a gateway into the world of giants, an ancient war is reignited as the giant warriors seize their opportunity to reclaim the land they lost centuries before. As Jack swings into battle for his kingdom and its people, and also for the love of the beautiful Princess Isabelle (Tomlinson), he finds himself face to face with the fearsome fighters he thought existed only in legend. The supporting cast includes Ewan McGregor, Stanley Tucci, Bill Nighy, Ian McShane and Eddie Marsan.
Tom Hardy, Ruth Wilson and Olivia Colman star in this thriller from writer and director Steven Knight. Ivan Locke (Hardy) is the head of a successful construction company and is happily married to Katrina (Wilson) with whom he has two sons, Eddie (Tom Holland) and Sean (Bill Milner). However, he must risk it all to 'do the right thing' when he faces the consequences of a past mistake. He learns that Bethan (Colman), a woman he had a one-off encounter with some months ago, is pregnant and he decides to leave Birmingham and drive down to London so he can be at the birth of his child. The film follows Locke in his car through the whole journey as he has phone conversations with his wife, children and colleagues and talks to his father as though he is there with him. Will his decision cost him the life he has worked so hard to obtain? The cast also features Andrew Scott, Ben Daniels, Danny Webb and Alice Lowe.
All eight episodes from the second series of the BBC Victorian costume drama adapted from the novel 'Au Bonheur des Dames' by Émile Zola. Set in a north of England town, the show follows shopworker Denise Lovett (Joanna Vanderham) as she struggles to make her way to the top after managing to gain a lowly position as a salesgirl at 'The Paradise', the town's newly opened upmarket department store. In this series, a year has past and Moray (Emun Elliott) has been exiled to Paris after breaking off his engagement to Katherine (Elaine Cassidy). Following the death of her father, Katherine and her new husband Tom Weston (Ben Daniels) are now the owners of The Paradise. Tom plans to sell the store which has been struggling to survive in Moray's absence. When he returns at Katherine's request, Moray finds he has his work cut out to restore The Paradise to its former glory. Meanwhile, he and Denise continue their romance but the future of their relationship remains uncertain.
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