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Get EvenGet Even
BBC iPlayer, 2020 | Drama, Crime, Thriller | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.7/5

On the surface Kitty, Margot, Bree and Olivia appear to have nothing in common - but there's one passion which unites them: to expose injustice. They form their own secret society, DGM - they Don't Get Mad, they Get Even - playing anonymous pranks to expose bullies.


Ill BehaviourIll Behaviour

When Charlie is diagnosed with cancer, the prognosis is favourable - he's young and healthy and the cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, has been caught early and is a type of cancer that responds well to chemotherapy. Suspicious of drugs and modern medical treatments, Charlie refuses the chemo in favour of a more natural, alternative form of healing. His oldest friends Joel and Tess fear he's written his own suicide note so they decide to hold him hostage and administer the chemo themselves with the help of Nadia, an unstable, alcoholic oncologist.


Here We GoHere We Go
BBC iPlayer, 2020 | Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Here We Go follows the highs and lows of the Jessop family as they navigate a combination of life's everyday challenges - changing careers, keeping the romance alive within a marriage, adopting a healthier lifestyle, kidnapping a dog, destroying a swimming pool and sabotaging a wedding. Having filmed his family's disastrous attempt to carve out a holiday in the midst of the pandemic in the 2020 pilot episode, the series sees youngest son Sam continue to document the Jessop family across the year. Moving back and forward in time, each episode offers an intimate, observed and absurd exposé of a modern British family doing its best to support each other, if accidentally annoying everyone else in the process.


Malory TowersMalory Towers
BBC iPlayer, 2020 | Drama, Family, Adventure, Children
Rating: 4/5

Dramatisation of the Enid Blyton Novels. The series is based on the girls' boarding school Benenden School that Blyton's daughter attended, and that relocated during the war to the Cornish seaside.


Can't Get You Out of My HeadCan't Get You Out of My Head
BBC iPlayer, 2021 | History, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

This six-part series of films from Bafta award-winning filmmaker Adam Curtis, tells the story of how we got to the strange days we are now experiencing. And why both those in power - and we - find it so difficult to move on. The films trace different forces across the world that have led to now, not just in the West, but in China and Russia as well. It covers a wide range - including the strange roots of modern conspiracy theories, the history of China, opium and opiods, the history of Artificial Intelligence, melancholy over the loss of empire and, love and power. And explores whether modern culture, despite its radicalism, is really just part of the new system of power. Adam Curtis says: "These strange days did not just happen. We - and those in power - created them together."


Gods of SnookerGods of Snooker

The golden age of the green baize. From smoky halls to superstardom - the unlikely figures who turned 1980s snooker into a money-spinning sporting soap opera.


Inside Dubai: Playground of the RichInside Dubai: Playground of the Rich

Drenched in sun, luxury and excess, what is it really like to live in the desert-paradise of Dubai, an ultra-modern tax haven for the super-rich.


My Mum Tracy BeakerMy Mum Tracy Beaker

The irrepressible Tracy Beaker is back, 20 years after the original TV series was filmed and now - she's a mum. My Mum Tracy Beaker follows Tracy (Dani Harmer) and her daughter Jess (Emma Maggie Davies), as they try to scrape by financially, but with a close and loving bond that Tracy missed out on with her own mum. Told from the perspective of 10-year-old Jess, the series tells how their lives are drastically changed with the arrival of Tracy's rich new boyfriend, Sean Godfrey (Jordan Duvigneau). Sean secretly admired Tracy when they were young and when he was simply known as 'Football'. Now, recently retired and with all the trappings of a successful football star, he wants to whisk Tracy and Jess away to a life of palatial mansions and fancy cars - but when everything starts to go classically Tracy Beaker pear-shaped, can Jess save the day?


Give My Head PeaceGive My Head Peace
BBC iPlayer, 1995 | Comedy
Rating: 4/5

During a standard police raid on the headquarters of the Lower Falls Road battalion of the IRA a young RUC officer falls in love with the daughter of the leader of the battalion. However he lives with the leader of the local UDA who hangs out at the local pub, The Knee Breakers. The pair marries when a ceasefire is declared but old habits die hard for both families.


Idris Elba's Fight SchoolIdris Elba's Fight School

Idris Elba takes eight young Brits who want to better their future. With some of the country's best coaches and an intensive training regime, can boxing help transform their lives?


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