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Terry Pratchett's Hogfather
Sky 1,

2006

| Comedy, Fantasy, Mini-Series
Rating: 5/5

As Hogswatch, the Discworld equivalent of Christmas, approaches, an unlikely group of figures must band together to, not only save the Hogfather, but to save the world as well. Join Death, his assistant Albert, Death's grand-daughter Susan, the staff of Unseen University and a magical computer on a fascinating and magical ride through the Discworld.


King of the Nerds (UK)

This is the UK version of the popular US format, hosted by Konnie Huq, 11 of Britain's sharpest brains are put to the test in a series of challenges.


Terry Pratchett's The Colour of Magic
Sky 1,

2008

| Fantasy, Mini-Series
Rating: 4.3/5

The Discworld - a magical realm quite unlike, yet hauntingly familiar to, ours - has got it's first tourist Twoflower. Rincewind, an inept ex-student wizard is given the task of guiding Twoflower through the city state of Ankh Morpork. Rincewind has two problems: firstly, as an expert coward, he doesn't feel he's the best person to guard a naive - and extremely rich, by local standards - tourist through one of the roughest cities in the multiverse. And secondly, the world is coming to an end. Never rains, eh?


Moonfleet (2013)

This series stars Ray Winstone in an adaptation of the classic novel which follows a young orphan and a smuggler thrown together on a danger-filled quest.


Martina Cole's The Take
Sky 1,

2009

| Drama

Freddie Jackson (Tom Hardy) is fresh out of prison, having met a whole host of useful contacts inside, and he's got big plans for his career in crime. Jealousy soon takes hold, however, and a power struggle ensues - showing London's criminal underworld in all its true colors.


A League of Their Own: European Road Trip
Sky 1,

2019

| Comedy, Adventure, Travel, Game Show
Rating: 4/5

Freddie and Jamie hit the roads of Europe for a riotous spell of James Corden-set challenges on a pre-Brexit tour of Europe, taking on the continent's best sport - and most ridiculous challenges - as they go.


There's Something About Movies

Funnyman Alan Carr hosts this fun-packed new panel show from the team behind A League of Their Own.


Inside the Freemasons

Viewers will be taken exclusively behind the scenes of the world's oldest social network later this year with a new four-part documentary;Inside The Freemasons. The documentary features the most in-depth look ever at the Freemasons in the run up to its 300th anniversary in 2017 and discovers the truth behind the ancient rituals and closely-guarded practices of this membership organisation. With footage of Freemason ceremonies, never seen before on television, Inside The Freemasons uses unprecedented access to the United Grand Lodge of England and its Lodges all over the country to introduce viewers to members of the comradely order as it approaches its tercentenary next year.


Ross Kemp's Britain

In this new three part series, Ross Kemp explores three of the most challenging problems facing contemporary Britain - immigration, child sexual exploitation and alcohol abuse.


Project Catwalk
Sky 1,

2006

| Reality
Rating: 1/5

Britain's answer to "Project Runway" is "Project Catwalk", a reality show centered around twelve competing fashion designers. The final three have the opportunity to create a collection for London Fashion Week, as well as a cash prize and the chance to sell their own range at one of the UK's top department stores.


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