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Wild Things

A game show which will feature couples taking part in challenges in a gigantic woodland obstacle course.


Miami Swat

Following the highly dangerous work of one America's most elite police forces and their war on crime.


Must Be The Music

Hoards of musicians, from rock bands to classical singers, perform on stage for three of Britain's household music names: rapper Dizzee Rascal, pianist and signer Jamie Cullum and Texas singer/songwriter Sharleen Spiteri.


Ashley Banjo's Secret Street Crew

This is a reality series which follows Ashley Banjo who is on a mission to get the country moving as he attempts to transform the rhythmically challenged into becoming street-dancing stars.


Fungus the Bogeyman (2015)

Raymond Briggs' classic family story about smelly monsters, dangerous humans and what happens when the things that go bump in the night move in next door.


Raised Human

Raised Human tells the extraordinary stories of three animals that formed a surprising attachment with humans. These astonishing relationships that cross the species divide allow privileged insight into the life of creatures that share our world.


Time Gentlemen Please
Sky 1,

2000

| Comedy

Time Gentlemen Please is a British sitcom. Commissioned by Sky One, it was primarily written by Richard Herring and Al Murray and ran for two series between 2000 and 2002. The show is set in a run-down pub whose xenophobic landlord, 'The Governor' (or 'Guv'), has some very old-fashioned views on how a pub should be run. The Governor is an evolution of Al Murray's stage persona 'The Pub Landlord', which he had used in stand up since 1994. Behind the bar Guv has help from Steve, a rather useless young lad, and Janet, a loud-mouthed Australian who is drawn to the job, for as the 'Guv' says Australians are "bred for bar work; it's instinct... instinct!". At the end of Series One Janet leaves to return to her homeland and in Series Two is replaced by Connie, a young student who had previously been employed by Guv's arch-rival Greg Thompson.


Upright

Tim Minchin stars in Upright, an eight-part series about two misfits, thrown together by chance in the middle of the Australian desert, who forge the unlikeliest of bonds in their quest to get a precious piano from one side of the country to the other. He plays Lucky Flynn, alongside newcomer Milly Alcock in the road-trip adventure, which takes places between Sydney and Perth. Lucky Flynn hasn't spoken to his family in years. He's broke, distant and damaged. He's also a gifted pianist, whose talent for music is matched only by his talent for self-destruction. When he learns that his mother has only days left to live, Lucky sets off in a hire car to drive the 4,000km from Sydney to Perth to say goodbye, taking with him his only cherished possession in the world: a battered and scarred upright piano. But what should have been a straightforward drive across the outback soon becomes a test of Lucky's emotional fitness, when he quite literally runs into Meg, a hilarious, tough-as-nails teenager, who we soon discover has plenty of scars and secrets of her own.


Pineapple Dance Studios

Camera crew follows the larger-than-life exploits of the employees and dancers at London's renowned Pineapple Dance Studios.


Quiz Nights

The show follows four different pub quiz teams each week as they compete against one another for a prize.


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