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All three seasons of the British television drama set in the British colony of Jamestown in 17th century Virginia, USA.
Since its establishment in 1607, Jamestown had been populated exclusively by men. This all changes in 1619 however, as a group of women including Alice, Verity and Jocelyn arrive at the settlement to begin their life in the New World.
1619, Virginia, USA: on what feels like the edge of the world sits the first British colony of Jamestown. For 12 years, it has been populated only by men, but the settlement is shaken up when the first women, including Alice, Verity and Jocelyn, land in this breathtaking wilderness.
Twisting storylines follow the disruptive new arrivals as they make an immediate impact and are thrust into a new world of love, desire, power and survival. While love triangles, bitter rivalries and fierce competition cause conflict for the residents, ultimately they are bound together by their resolute will to survive and thrive in their new lives.
From the makers of Downton Abbey and written by Bill Gallagher, this eight episode first season is set during a unique period of adventure and discovery in the New World.
Max Beesley narrates this three-part documentary series following the residents and staff of the stately Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, England, during 2011. With spring approaching, the programme captures Peregrine Cavendish, 12th Duke of Devonshire, and his family at work as they prepare to open their home to the public with the assistance of some 700 employees. The footage also looks at two events held on the estate - the Chatsworth International Horse Trials and the third annual Chatsworth flower festival - and follows the progress of a multi-million pound renovation.
We return to Jamestown, a 17th Century English settlement on the edge of the breathtaking but untamed Virginian wilderness. This second season sees the tobacco plantations provide the wealth they promised but the status quo will soon be disrupted by births, deaths and broken marriages.
Our pioneering settlers find themselves at the heart of adventure once more as new arrivals attempt to find their place in this foreign land. Relationships with the Native peoples afford some great influence in the town but no man, or woman, is going to give up their share of the Virginian riches without a fight. Jamestown returns for another season of dazzling ventures in love, war and diplomacy. Making a home in the New World is a dirty business, can our colonists keep their consciences clean…
Written by Bill Gallagher, the eight-part drama from the makers of Downton Abbey is set during a unique period of adventure and features a stellar ensemble cast!
It's 1972 and 12-year-old Meena is on the brink of her teenage years. Torn between her family's culture and the escape offered by the rock and roll of the era, her daily life is turned upside down by the arrival of the blonde, beautiful and outrageous Anita Rutter.
Its boom time in Jamestown, the 17th Century English Settlement on the very edge of the breathtaking Virginian wilderness. But success brings scrutiny and intrigue, and there are few in the settlement who have nothing to hide.
Unlikely alliances have been formed; some provide friendship, some offer love, and some lead to great peril. Relations with the Native Americans offer hope of advancement for the settlers until greed for land and power corrupts those with influence in the colony. What ensues is devastating conflict; the fallout of which will shape the New World for centuries to come.
This final season written by Bill Gallagher, brings the epic story to an exhilarating close!
Nicky Burkett (Chiwetel Ejiofor) has just been released from prison and is determined to never return. Especially now he has two kids and a lovely girlfriend to think about. But he just can't keep out of trouble and not even those he dearly loves can stop him getting into mischief as a run of bad luck gets him involved with the likes of the mad Micky Cousins (Max Beesley), hardnut Rameez, PC Holdsworth and old-time gangster Fitch (Sidh Solanki).
The complete second series of the thriller following a group of 40-something men who inadvertently become involved in crime. Baxter (John Simm), Rick (Marc Warren), Woody (Max Beesley) and Quinn (Philip Glenister) leave Majorca with the drug money they obtained in the last series and find themselves in Ibiza after boarding the wrong ferry where they decide to start a new life. Rick suggests they gamble the tainted money in order to get clean notes but they soon realise they have made a new enemy when their rental car blows up. Will they be able to survive another troublesome situation and find the new life they are hoping for?
All six episodes from the first series of the BBC science fiction drama, based on Terry Nation's novel, in which 95% of the population have been wiped out by a freak plague, leaving the remaining survivors to rebuild civilisation. Awakened into a surreal nightmare, where basic commodities such as food and water are in scarce supply, a group of disparate strangers led by Abby (Julie Graham), Anya (Zoe Tapper), and high-security prisoner Tom (Max Beesley) must put aside their differences, combine their talents, and learn to adapt to the daunting situation they now find themselves in.
All 16 episodes of the gritty hospital drama dealing with intrigue and malpractice in an NHS maternity unit. Young registrar Rob Lake (Max Beesley) works under established gynaecologist Roger Hurley (Patrick Baladi) whose record and methods are worthy of question. In series two, Rob finds himself out of a job whilst Hurley is promoted to Clinical Director. Rob's affair with Donna (Neve McIntosh) is still strong, though remaining extremely quiet. Hurley's patented close shaves on the operating table continue to give staff cause for concern, as he butts heads with fellow consultant Tony Whitman (Keith Allen). Meanwhile, accusations of sexual harassment are levelled at Whitman, Donna crumbles under the stress and hits the diamorphine, more patients die and all the while, Rob quietly plots Hurley's demise.
All ten episodes from the fifth series of the action drama based on the novel by former Special Forces operative Chris Ryan. In this series, Section 20 continue their globetrotting military missions as Sgts. Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) travel to Thailand to find the kidnapped daughter of the British Ambassador where they are caught up in a plot to bomb the embassy. After a North Korean general dies in the blast, Stonebridge and Scott investigate the covert crime syndicate known as Office 39 who planned the attack to provoke a North Korean war with the West.
Every episode of the action drama series based on the novel by former Special Forces operative Chris Ryan. The first series follows ex-SAS Sergeant John Porter (Richard Armitage) and MI6 officer Hugh Collinson (Andrew Lincoln) seven years after they participated in an operation in which two soldiers were killed. The second series, 'Project Dawn', follows the efforts of Section 20 agents Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), as they try to put an end to an international terrorist group after Porter is kidnapped. The third series, 'Vengeance', finds Section 20 in Africa trying to stop billionaire Conrad Knox (Charles Dance) who aims to use stolen Libyan nuclear devices to further his plans for domination. In the fourth series, 'Shadow Warfare', following the execution of a Section 20 operative in Lebanon by Leo Kamali (Zubin Varla), a member of Al-Zuhari's terrorist organisation, Scott and Stonebridge travel to Columbia to try and take him alive. In the fifth series 'Legacy', Section 20 continue their globetrotting military missions as Sgts. Stonebridge and Scott travel to Thailand to find the kidnapped daughter of the British Ambassador where they are caught up in a plot to bomb the embassy. After a North Korean general dies in the blast, Stonebridge and Scott investigate the covert crime syndicate known as Office 39 who planned the attack to provoke a North Korean war with the West.
The complete series 1-4 of the thriller following a group of 40-something men who inadvertently become involved in crime. The problems of Baxter (John Simm), Rick (Marc Warren), Woody (Max Beesley) and Quinn (Philip Glenister) begin when they go on holiday to Majorca to meet their wealthy friend, Alvo (Ben Chaplin), who has gone into early retirement. It soon becomes clear that Alvo is mentally unstable and, when he steals a boat, the situation gets quickly out of hand. The friends suddenly find themselves caught up in a web of corruption involving murder and millions of euros in drug money from which they struggle to escape.
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