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Brendon ChaseBrendon Chase

Three brothers run away from home, influenced by the idea of living like Robin Hood and his merry men, deep in the forest of Brendon Chase. They take only what they will need, including a .22 rifle fitted with a silencer, which they pinched from Rumbold, their gardener. They make their camp in an ancient, hollow oak tree and live like outlaws, loving the dangers and excitements of their wild surroundings. Their aim is never to be caught- but how can they avoid all the people who are searching from them- including the police?


Up PompeiiUp Pompeii
BBC One, 1970 | Comedy

In the vein of and following in the footsteps of "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum", this bawdy, risque, and hilarious British Comedy is rife with one liners, innuendos, and double entendres, and was the perfect comedy for Britain's mad comedian Frankie Howerd. From his attempt to begin each show with "The Prologue" to his final "Salut", what occurs in-between is pure Frankie Howerd. The cast around him are his props and his role as the slave Lurcio was one of his finest roles, played to comedic perfection. The series takes place in Pompeii, before the eruption of Vesuvius of course, and relates the day to day trials and tribulations of our star, the slave Lurcio played by Frankie Howerd. The innuendo's begin at once with the names of the characters in the series. Lurcio is slave to philandering Senator Ludicrus Sextus, a rather befuddled senator that is often at odds with both his wife and common sense.


Put Your Money Where Your Mouth IsPut Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

Two well-known experts from the world of antiques go head-to-head over a week of challenges to find out who can make the most profit buying and selling collectibles.


Whoops BaghdadWhoops Baghdad
BBC One, 1973 | Comedy

Welcome to ancient Baghdad, and the home of the Wazir, his two daughters, and servant, Ali Oopla. At his master's every beck and call, Ali regularly finds himself running around in hairy entanglements with those far richer than his master, from merchant traders to the Caliph, and even some of the richest men in the world. More often than not, those entanglements involve the Wazir's daughters: the naïve but sweet Saccharine; and Boobiana and her two beauties. If Ali's not careful, he could find himself on a slow roast!


The Omega FactorThe Omega Factor
BBC One, 1979 | Sci-Fi

There is a highly-secret government organisation called Department 7. Its existence is known only to the Prime Minister and some members of the Cabinet. Its brief is to investigate the Supernatural - to discover the Omega Factor. Journalist Tom Crane has been given the same brief by a Sunday newspaper and suddenly finds himself confronting inexplicable and even terrifying situations.


Fun at the Funeral ParlourFun at the Funeral Parlour
BBC One, 2001 | Comedy

Somewhere in South Wales (Great Britain), the funeral company Thomas, Thomas, Thomas & Thomas run their business. They are lead by their father Ivor, who's terribly afraid of corpses. He isn't much better with the living. His wife ran off a long time ago with an Oompa Loompa (yes the one from "Charlie And The Chocolate Factory"). The three sons aren't any better. The rude Percy just has served five years in prison for misusing corpses! He thinks that he's a rock star and he dressed up the corpses like Roy Orbison and took them on tour. Arwell is obsessed with his car (a Fiat Panda) and some aging rock star called Shakin' Stevens. The last of the three Gwynne is mentally aged like a child and leaks drops of urine whenever he speaks.


Super SwarmsSuper Swarms

Documentary examining the world of animal swarms, using the latest camera techniques to look into the heart of a super swarm and reveal how they view our world.


Terry and JuneTerry and June
BBC One, 1979 | Comedy

Terry and June Medford are both middle aged and beginning to find the trials of life are more difficult as they try to succeed in their daily lives. The couple have just moved to Purley, south-east London... Aunt Lucy and the mynah bird had disappeared, as had the occasionally visiting daughters. Terry and June now mixed with a friendly next door neighbour, Beattie; Terry's chatty work colleague, Malcolm; and their gruff boss Sir Dennis Hodge. Otherwise, things were much as before, with Terry's pigheaded childishness causing no end of problems, usually thwarting June's attempts at leading a cosy life.


The Andrew Neil InterviewsThe Andrew Neil Interviews

Ahead of the 2017 general election, Andrew Neil speaks to the leaders of the Conservative Party, Ukip, the Liberal Democrats, the SNP and the Labour Party.


The Invisible Man (1984)The Invisible Man (1984)
BBC One, 1984 | Drama, Sci-Fi

Adapted from the classic novel by H.G. Wells, this six-part serial dramatizes the story of a mad scientist who makes himself invisible and terrorizes everyone. Stays very true to the book, as opposed to the other adaptations.