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Junior Doctor Ruby Walker has fled a cold, grey England after a broken relationship and decided to fly off in search of adventure with a glamorous hospital job in tropical South India. Anticipating sunshine, palm trees and picture-perfect beaches; prepared for sacred cows, tuk-tuks and Delhi-belly; what she doesn't expect is everything she finds at the under-resourced and over-worked Good Karma Hospital.
Run by the no-nonsense Doctor Lydia Fonseca - the Good Karma Hospital turns no-one away - locals, ex-pats or tourists. In the company of Lydia's beach-bar boyfriend Greg, to tourists-turned residents Maggie and Paul, in a land of colorful Holi days and terrifying monsoons, as Ruby adjusts to life in India, she realizes that the Good Karma Hospital may be more than just a rundown medical outpost it might just be home.
Trible bill of the TV animation series following builder Bob (voice of Neil Morrissey) and his gang of vehicles. In 'Can-do Crew' the team fix an old pier and build a surf school. The episodes are: 'Scratch's Hidden Treasures', 'Scrambler's Best Idea', 'High Tide for Lofty', 'Scoop the Artist' and 'Lofty the Monster'.
Triple bill of feature-length animations following the adventures of builder Bob and his team of talkative vehicles. In 'Snowed Under - The Bobblesberg Winter Games' (2004) Bob and the gang leave Bobsville for their twin-town of Bobblesberg to help build a log cabin for the local Mayor and dignitaries visiting the Winter Games. Disaster strikes, however, when they find out that the Games might be cancelled because the specialist machines needed to build the courses are stranded in a snowstorm and won't arrive in time. It's up to Bob and the gang to build the courses in time for Wendy to compete in the ski event. In 'Built to Be Wild' (2006) the pals go on holiday to the Wild West town of Cactus Creek where they meet their host, Rio Rogers. While there, Bob and the team attempt to learn some cowboy tricks and lend a hand to Rio by fixing up the town. When Spud finds an old mine shaft, Muck sees an opportunity to show off his wild side. In 'Race to the Finish' (2009) the team sets about building the Sunflower Valley sports stadium. But with new machines Gripper and Grabber wanting to explore the valley instead of getting down to work, Bob's not sure if they can finish the stadium in time for the Sunflower Valley Games.
Five episodes of the TV animation series following builder Bob (voice of Neil Morrissey) and his gang of vehicles. In this instalment, the team fix an old pier and build a surf school. Episodes are: 'Scratch's Hidden Treasures', 'Scrambler's Best Idea', 'High Tide for Lofty', 'Scoop the Artist' and 'Lofty the Monster'.
Five more episodes from the children's animation series following builder Bob (voice of Neil Morrissey) and his gang of talking vehicles. This instalment sees the team build a new football stadium and Scratch, who has recently joined the group, learns the value of having naps and following instructions. Episodes comprise: 'Roley's Rovers', 'Start from Scratch', 'Night Time Scratch', 'Scratch Goes Solo' and 'Dizzy in Charge'.
Five adventures from the children's animated series following builder Bob and his gang of talking vehicles. In this instalment, Bob and his machines are at the seaside when Scoop's carelessness causes an important material to fall into the water and the gang must work together to save it. The episodes are: 'Scoop's Sea Rescue', 'Pineapple Scratch', 'Muck's Beach Tower', 'Here Comes Muck' and 'Scrambler Gets Clean'.
Six-pack of adventures for Bob (voiced by Neil Morrissey) and the gang, who now include Packer, Dodger, and Tumbler. When Dodger, Packer, and Scrambler have to go to the docks for an important delivery, their eagerness to get back and finish their game of 'The Three Musketrucks' leads them into all sorts of trouble. Episodes comprise: 'Roley's Moleys', 'Packer's First Day', 'Scrambler the Goat Herder', 'Dodger the Milk Truck', 'The Three Musketrucks' and 'Tumbler and the Skate Park'.
Neil Thompson directs this British thriller set in early 1980s Birmingham. Mel Raido stars as Danny, a lonely and introverted factory worker whose already bleak existence is reduced still further when he becomes the victim of a random act of violence. However, Danny's life is turned around when he meets the doormen of a local nightclub, who take him in and build up his confidence. But as Danny is drawn deeper into their world, he crosses paths with the local gangland boss and inadvertently triggers a chain of events with shockingly brutal consequences.
Every episode of the British television drama following the adventures of an unconventional private investigator and odd-job man played by Michael Elphick. Ken Boon (Elphick) is assisted in his investigations by fellow ex-fireman Harry Crawford (David Daker) and young staff member Rocky (Neil Morrissey, in his first major television role). The guests stars to appear across the various series include Brian Blessed, Daniel Craig, Dennis Waterman, Susannah York, Christopher Eccleston, Jenny Agutter and Leslie Phillips.
The entire collection from the 'Men Behaving Badly' team. The first series of Simon Nye's popular sitcom starred Martin Clunes as Gary, Leslie Ash as Deborah, Caroline Quentin as Dorothy and a soon-to-be-replaced Harry Enfield in 'Intruders', 'The Bet', 'Alarms and Setbacks', 'Animals', 'Sex and Violence' and 'My Brilliant Career'. The second series introduced Neil Morrissey as Tony in the episode 'Gary and Tony'; and was followed by 'Rent Boy', 'How to Dump Your Girlfriend', 'Troublesome 12 inch', 'Going Nowhere' and 'People Behaving Irritatingly'. Series three sees the usual suspects up to their usual capers in 'Lovers', 'Bed', 'Casualties', 'Weekend', 'Cleaning Lady' and finally 'Marriage' in which Gary proposes to Dorothy after consuming a litre and a half of Chianti. In the fourth series things get slightly more serious (?) in 'Babies', when Gary and Dorothy decide to have children, but it isn't long before they are reconsidering. This was followed by 'Infidelity', 'Pornography', 'Three Girlfriends', 'Drunk', 'In Bed with Dorothy' and in 'Playing Away', Dorothy and Tony discover an irresistible (and alcohol-fuelled) mutual attraction while Gary and Deborah are away on a writing weekend. The fifth series sees all change in 'Hair', when Tony returns from travelling the globe sporting some hirsute 'face furniture' - only to discover that Dorothy has moved in with Gary in his absence! This was followed by 'The Good Pub Guide', 'Cowardice', 'Your Mate v Your Bird', 'Cardigan', 'Rich and Fat' and in 'Home Made Sauna', Debs and Dorothy go away for the weekend - so Gary and Tony invite the girls next door over for the evening. Finally, the sixth series sees the lads settling down in 'Stag Night', 'Wedding', 'Jealousy', 'Watching TV', 'Ten' and 'Sofa'.
In this 1998 Christmas episode from the popular sitcom by Simon Nye, Gary (Martin Clunes) agrees to cook the Yuletide feast while Dorothy (Caroline Quentin) and Deborah (Leslie Ash) go down the pub. All does not go as planned, however, while Tony (Neil Morrissey) and Debs' relationship hits a rocky patch. Also included are a collection of never before seen out-takes and blunders from the previous episodes.
All-singing, all-dancing stage version of the TV soap spoof. This West End production brought together the original cast of the series, including Julie Walters as Mrs Overall, Celia Imrie as Miss Babs and Duncan Preston as Mr Clifford. Directed by Sir Trevor Nunn and written by the award-winning, Victoria Wood, it was filmed during the sell-out run at the Haymarket Theatre, and features a supporting cast including Josie Lawrence, Neil Morrissey and Sally Ann Triplett.
A TV special from 1999 starring a veritable who's who of British comic actors as primary school children putting on a Nativity play. As well as playing the kids, the actors all appear as their parents at the post-show gathering.
Thirteen episodes featuring the versatile plasticine model Morph, as well as Grand-Morph, the foil doll Holly and the mischievous Chas. The episodes featured are: 'Babysitting'; 'Skiing'; 'Gobbledygook'; 'Doctor Morph'; 'The Dog Show'; 'Exercising'; 'Games'; 'The Film Show'; 'Gardening'; 'Mirrors'; 'Little Green'; 'Cowboys'; and 'The Birthday Party'. Neil Morrissey narrates.
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