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DI Humphrey Goodman and his team are back trying to solve the most baffling murders they've ever faced.
From a body found on a cricket pitch to a victim killed halfway up a volcano, our detectives are led all over the beautiful island of Saint Marie - with one case even taking them across the seas to London. But it's not just the crimes that are proving tough to crack. Humphrey finds himself navigating the course of true love when Martha returns to visit him. Florence is forced to deal with feelings of guilt over an old school friend. And while Dwayne encounters a long forgotten person from his past, JP is in need of a little marriage counselling.
With some exciting surprises in store, the sixth season of this hugely popular show is even more fun and entertaining than ever as Humphrey and co. race to unravel more puzzling mysteries in the glorious Caribbean sunshine.
Death At A Funeral follows the comic twists and turns as a family gather for the funeral of their father.
Brothers Daniel and Robert are at each other’s throats until a mysterious guest from their father’s past threatens to unveil an earth-shattering family secret.
As the brothers struggle to hide the truth from their family and friends, riotous mayhem and a hilarious sequence of events ensue, resulting in what sets out to be a dignified private affair turning into the mother of all funerals that no guest will soon forget.
Set in Britain.
Romantic comedy set in 1920s rural England, adapted from the play by Noel Coward. Young English aristocrat John (Ben Barnes) returns to his family's country estate with his new wife Larita (Jessica Biel), an American race driver and divorcee, following a whirlwind romance in France. While his mother Veronica (Kristin Scott Thomas) is resolutely unimpressed by her new daughter-in-law, John's father Jim (Colin Firth) finds Larita a breath of fresh air.
Collection of five Christmas specials from the BBC sitcom starring Robert Lindsay and ZoŽ Wanamaker. Join in the festivities as long-suffering dentist Ben Harper (Lindsay), his wife, Susan (Wanamaker), and their three very different and often difficult children, nice but dim Nick (Kris Marshall), shopaholic student Janey (Daniela Denby-Ashe) and prodigy Michael (Gabriel Thomson), attempt to celebrate the season without any hitches.
The entire third series of the BBC crime drama set on the tropical Caribbean island of Saint-Marie. When DI Richard Poole (Ben Miller) is discovered murdered the island is shaken to its core. DI Humphrey Goodman (Kris Marshall) arrives to lead the investigation into his predecessor's death and has a number of suspects in mind. Elsewhere, one of Fidel (Gary Carr)'s old school friends is murdered, prompting another investigation on the lush island.
Kris Marshall (My Family) stars in this BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the famous diarist's account of the aftermath of the Great Fire of London. Following on from the acclaimed radio dramatisation of Pepys' complete diaries, this further instalment of his chronicles focuses on events following the cataclysmic inferno that destroyed much of the capital four hundred years ago. When the Great Fire of 1666 was finally extinguished, little remained of London but smouldering rubble. Samuel Pepys witnessed firsthand the impact it had on the city and its people, and would be haunted by what he had seen for the rest of his life. Thousands of homes and many key buildings had been destroyed or damaged, including St Paul's Cathedral. Now aged 70, in poor health, and living with his servant Will in Clapham, Pepys remembers the devastation. He recalls burying his prize Parmesan to keep it safe, standing in Moorfield among the homeless as London burned, going out in his carriage to look at the ruins, and viewing the plans for the new city that would rise from the ashes - its centrepiece a magnificent cathedral that would be hailed as a masterpiece. Starring Kris Marshall as Samuel Pepys, this entertaining and enlightening adaptation by Hattie Naylor vividly conjures up the sights and sounds of Pepys' world. Duration: 1 hour 15 mins approx.
Kris Marshall and Katherine Jakeways star as Mr & Mrs Pepys in this BBC Radio 4 dramatisation of the world famous diaries. Samuel Pepys was 26 when he decided to start keeping a diary, in January 1660. For the next ten years he faithfully recorded the day's events and confessed his innermost thoughts. That diary has since become one of our most important, and fascinating, historical documents. Pepys gave us eyewitness accounts of some of the great events of the 17th century, including the Great Fire of London and the Second Dutch War. He also told us what people ate and wore, what they did for fun, the tricks they played on each other, what they expected of marriage, and even how they conducted love affairs. He described London - the frozen river Thames, the rising crime rate and the poverty - and recorded the details of his own life: his wife, rivals, lovers and friends, his work for the Navy, his drinking and social life. Over 350 years may have passed since Pepys first put pen to paper, but the man and his preoccupations feel surprisingly familiar. In this major BBC Radio dramatisation of the journals, the sights and sounds of his world are vividly conjured. This collection comprises all ten radio series plus a special Saturday Drama centring on the Great Fire of London.
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