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Set in and around the corridors of power, Bodyguard tells the story of David Budd, a heroic but volatile war veteran now working as a Specialist Protection Officer for the Royalty and Specialist Protection Branch (RaSP) of London’s Metropolitan Police Service.
When he is assigned to protect the ambitious and powerful Home Secretary Julia Montague, Budd finds himself torn between his duty and his beliefs.
Having served in Helmand and experienced first-hand trauma, David's mental stability is shattered underneath the surface, and his memories of the atrocities he encountered leaves him questioning his loyalty to Montague and her means of power.
All three episodes from the fast-paced ITV drama starring Anna Friel as a woman who embarks on an amateur investigation into her husband's death. Ellie Manning (Friel) is devastated by the death of Greg (Marc Warren), an accountant, in a car accident. The fact that Greg had been sharing the car with a mysterious woman only adds to Ellie's sense of grief, though she refuses to believe he could have been cheating on her. Determined to find out more, she sets out to investigate the circumstances surrounding the crash. The more she looks into matters the more convinced she becomes that Greg's death was the result of foul play, but, as her friends and family become increasingly concerned about her behaviour and state of mind, is Ellie herself beginning to lose control?
Fantasy drama mini-series starring Ray Winstone and Aneurin Barnard. Young orphan John Trenchard (Barnard) has had a difficult life growing up in the quiet coastal town of Moonfleet and dreams of one day finding Blackbeard's treasure. When a mysterious man named Elzevir Block (Winstone) shows up with talk of a diamond that would make the owner the richest person on Earth, John's thirst for adventure is awakened. There is only one problem: the diamond is cursed...
This one-off special episode of the BAFTA winning hospital drama returns to the wards and sees the dysfunctional team's drama-fraught lifestyle continue apace. Caroline (Tamsin Greig) is now engaged to Guy (Stephen Mangan), while Mac (Julian Rhind-Tutt) has very little time to live. Gripped by desperation and paranoia, dwarf-killing duo Statham (Mark Heap) and Joanna (Pippa Haywood) are on the run, jumping relentlessly out of frying pans and into fires (not quite literally). With no one left in charge, the admin girls let their basic instincts run wild, while something very strange has happened to Karen (Lucinda Raikes) after her fall from the window. Boyce (Oli Chris) discovers life without Statham, Sue White (Michelle Gomez) spots a job opportunity and Martin (Karl Theobald) feels utterly helpless. Again. Still, at least it all ends happily ever after. Or does it?
British comedy adapted from Matt Thorne's novel following a young man who works and lives in a call centre. Dan (Tom Hughes) works in a Bristol call centre but when his mum forces him to finally leave home he ends up moving into the office. While trying to keep his new residence a secret from his co-workers he faces many difficulties and finds himself in a few awkward situations, losing his self-respect in the process. When a romance blossoms between him and his colleague Teri (Ophelia Lovibond), it seems as though Dan's future may be looking up but will he get the girl?
All four episodes of the cult television miniseries, about the breakdown in the barriers between fantasy and reality. When a computer genius decides to destroy a rival company, he challenges its owner to 'The One Game', a virtual reality nightmare where nothing is as it seems.
Claire Goose and Peter Firth star in this two-part ITV drama. As a child, 25 years ago, Jane (Goose) witnessed her mother's brutal murder. After battling her whole life to overcome the grief of the traumatising event, she encounters a doctor who bears a striking resemblance to the man she saw over two decades ago. As she reports the man to the police, no one is prepared to listen to her story, except for one officer: Andrew Rawlins (Firth).
All four episodes from the second series of the BBC crime drama following the lives of women whose loved ones are serving prison sentences. In this series, two new characters appear - happily married Kim (Sally Carman), whose world is rocked when her husband is remanded after being accused of a hideous crime - and bride-to-be Aisling (Karla Crome), who wants her father to behave in prison so that he'll get out in time for the wedding. Meanwhile, with her gangster husband Paul (Iain Glen) still inside, Francesca (Polly Walker) is left feeling vulnerable when her home suffers an arson attack; and Harriet (Pippa Haywood) is relieved when her inmate son Gavin (Adam Gillen) manages to befriend a group of Muslims. However, as she soon discovers, things are not always what they seem.
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