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Adapted from the Grantchester Mysteries novels, this fourth season will feature James Norton’s final episodes as character Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, jazz-loving clergyman, and one half of the unlikely crime-fighting duo based in 1950s Grantchester.
It's 1953, and Sidney Chambers is vicar of Grantchester, a village just outside Cambridge. Sidney's is a quiet life. Or at least, it has been right up until the moment that murder comes his way...
Pushed into the dangerous world of lies, betrayal and murder, Sidney quickly finds that his insight into the human condition, and the natural trust that he engenders in people, means that he excels in his new position as detective. Joining Sidney as he journeys into this dark world is the affable but world-weary Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, the naive, but well-meaning curate Leonard Finch, and his austere and constantly disapproving housekeeper Mrs Maguire.
But crime isn't the only matter that occupies Sidney. He's smitten with the witty, beautiful, Amanda, but could high society Amanda ever be allowed to marry a lowly country vicar?
Can you still see the best in people when the world of murder asks you to see the worst?
The first episode in the final 'Only Fools and Horses' trilogy, originally broadcast over Christmas 1996. Del is stuck with 125 Latvian radios and a job lot of baseball caps, while Cassandra has placed Rodney on a new sex programme to hasten the arrival of their first child.
James Norton reprises his role as Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, charming, crime-fighting clergyman, and Robson Green returns as his partner in crime, Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, in the second season of Grantchester.
It's 1954 and having lain his wartime past to rest, Sidney Chambers is in a good place. Booze and self-doubt have taken a back seat to his duties and congregation. He's growing up, and trying to lead a good life. But things are never easy and when Sidney finds himself wrongly accused of a crime, his unmasking of the real culprit will send shockwaves through the entire village.
Sidney and Geordie's unlikely friendship has blossomed they will do anything for one another but as the story unfolds they will find that loyalty tested to the limit. A vicar keeps people's confidences. A copper is hell bent on exposing them. Will allegiance to the institutions they work for ultimately be Sidney and Geordie's undoing?
Every episode from the first seven seasons of the hugely popular BBC series about the wheeler-dealer Trotters, starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst. Episodes are: 'Big Brother', 'Cash and Curry', 'Go West Young Man', 'The Second Time Around', 'A Slow Bus to Chingford', 'The Russians are Coming', the 1981 Christmas Special 'Christmas Crackers', 'The Long Legs of the Law', 'Ashes to Ashes', 'A Losing Streak', 'No Greater Love', 'The Yellow Peril', 'It Never Rains...', 'A Touch of Glass', the two-part 1982 Chrsitmas special 'Diamonds are for Heather', 'Homesick', 'Healthy Competition', 'Friday the 14th', 'Yesterday Never Comes', 'May the Force be With You', 'Wanted', 'Who's a Pretty Boy?', the 1983 Christmas special 'Thicker Than Water', 'Happy Returns', 'Strained Relations', 'Hole in One', 'It's Only Rock and Roll', 'Sleeping Dogs Lie', 'Watching the Girls Go By', 'As One Door Closes', 'From Prussia With Love', 'The Miracle of Peckham', 'The Longest Night', 'Tea for Three', 'Video Nasty', 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?', 'Yuppy Love', 'Danger UXD', 'Chain Gang', 'The Unlucky Winner is...', 'Sickness and Wealth', 'Little Problems', 'The Sky's the Limit', 'The Chance of a Lunchtime', 'Stage Fright', The Class of '62', 'He Ain't Heavy, He's My Uncle' and 'Three Men, a Woman and a Baby'.
This lavish costume drama in the grand old traditions of the BBC is a fresh and vivid dramatisation of Henry Fielding's ribald and rowdy tale. It follows the life of young Tom, who, as a new-born child, is taken in by the kindly Squire Allworthy. Reaching adulthood, Tom (Max Beesley) discovers a penchant for the ladies and he is thrown from his home after a dalliance with a local girl. However, his real love Sophia (Samantha Morton) marries Tom's loathsome cousin, and so he sets out on a series of adventures (and misadventures) to win her back.
The complete trilogy of the last ever 'Only Fools and Horses' episodes, originally broadcast over Christmas 1996. 'Heroes and Villains' Del is stuck with 125 Latvian radios and a job lot of baseball caps, while Cassandra has placed Rodney on a new sex programme to hasten the arrival of their first child. In 'Modern Men' Cassandra is pregnant, Rodney applies for a new job. Del, meanwhile is attempting to convert himself into a 'new man' - he's reading a book and everything. Whilst in 'Time on Our Hands' Racquel's parents are coming to dinner, and it seems that a purchase made by Rodney when he first joined TITCO might be about to make the Trotter brothers millionaires after all.
Four all-time favourite episodes from series 6-7 of the classic BBC sitcom starring David Jason and Nicholas Lyndhurst. Episodes are: 'Yuppy Love', 'Danger UXB', 'Stage Fright' and 'Three Men, a Woman and a Baby'.
Breezy romantic comedy on an operatic note. Richard E. Grant stars as Adam, a wealthy industrialist whose cultural aspirations include a long-held dream of playing Don Alfonso in Mozart's comic opera 'Cosi Fan Tutte'. In a bid to silence his critics and make his dream a reality, Adam invites a cast of talented amateurs to his stately home to stage a production of the opera under the direction of the long-suffering Celia (Sarah Brightman). But can his money buy him the admiration he craves - let alone the hand of the beautiful conductor Nicoletta (Mia Maestro) on whom he has set his heart?
A feature-length story from Christmas 1988. The Trotters take a few days off because, for once, the business is not doing too badly. Uncle Albert is planning to celebrate his birthday in style while Del joins a dating agency and meets someone who he could see himself spending a lot of time with.
Featuring three specials made for Christmas including: 'If They Could See Us Now', 'Strangers On The Shore', and 'Sleepless In Peckham', which finds the Trotters in desperate need of some cash as they face eviction. Meanwhile, an old photograph is uncovered of Freddy the Frog, the Raffles of Peckham, who shares an uncanny likeness with Rodney.
It's typically tearaway trotter's treat - an extra large helping of luvvly jubbly...Del is organising the annual beano to Margate, the traditional Jolly Boys' Outing. But Rodney and Cassandra have just celebrated their first wedding anniversary and she's worried about him going out with the boys - especially as she's angling for promotion with her yuppie boss.
When Rodders is arrested and the whole party is stranded by a very nasty accident, her worst fears are realised.But there's more to Margate than chips, cookies, ice-cream, doughnuts, Pina Colada and lobster vindaloo. There's magician The Great Raymondo and his assistant Raquel.
All right for Del, but back home Cassandra's ambitions appear to have got out of hand...
Two more escapades for Peckham's favourite sons, Del and Rodney. 'Rodney Come Home', the 1990 Christmas episode, finds Rodney moving back in with Del after splitting up with Cassandra. Del's attempts to woo Raquel go awry when he learns that his younger brother is about to go on a date with the young lady from the exhaust centre. In 'The Sky's the Limit', Raquel has 'officially' moved into Del's room, but his acquisition of a knocked off satellite dish scuppers Rodney's plan to meet Cassandra when her plane arrives at Gatwick...
Peckham's finest return for this 1992 Christmas special. Del (David Jason) is less than happy about having to tidy up Grandad's run-down old allotment - until he discovers how much money can be made out of mineral water, and decides to discover his very own 'natural' spring. For once, he and Rodney (Nicholas Lyndhurst) seem to be quids in, but what will happen when the great British public discover that Del's latest product is in fact chemically poisoned tap water?
Del and Rodney are bankrupt again so when the opportunity to go France and visit a wine warehouse arises it seems to be a good idea. Unfortunately things don't go to plan - they manage to bring back an illegal immigrant and accidently become the internationally-hunted 'Gary Gang'.
Del and Rodders return for this 1991 Christmas special. After celebrating the Christening of little Damien, Del starts planning a Florida holiday - at Rodney's expense! The little plonker has had a windfall, which Del is more than ready to help him spend. The brothers leave Peckham behind for a week of sun, sand and surf - unaware that Del is a dead ringer for a notorious American-Italian Godfather, wanted by the police, who is also residing in Florida.
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