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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
House of the Dragon
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
The Book of Boba Fett
Star Trek: Picard
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Fear the Walking Dead
His Dark Materials
The Wheel of Time
Superman & Lois
New Amsterdam (2018)
American Horror Story
Attack on Titan
Born: 29 Dec, 1981
TV Series Starring Charlotte Riley
The Peripheral revolves around Flynne Fisher, a woman in a near-future America in which technology has started to subtly alter society. Flynne discovers a hidden connection to a very different reality - and the dark future of her own.
A Christmas Carol (2019)
Ebenezer Scrooge, a bitter old man, despises the Christmas holiday. Over the course of Christmas Eve night he is visited by three ghosts to show him his past, present and future.
This show is about Billionaire John Paul Getty III the heir to the American Fortune. Starting in 1973, the first installment will detail the kidnapping of then 16-year old Getty and his family's initial refusal to pay the requested $17 million ransom. "Dear Mummy," a letter from Getty to his parents said, "Since Monday I have fallen into the hands of kidnappers. Don't let me be killed." His grandfather J. Paul Getty refused to pay, even after the kidnappers sent one of the ears of the younger Getty that they had cut off. After a number of months, the ransom went to down to around $3 million and the elder Getty, once considered the richest man in the world from his oil holdings, paid a tax deductible $2.2 million with the younger Getty's father John Paul Getty II paying the remaining $800,000 to release the teen. John Paul Getty III died in 2011 at the age of 54.
"Press" is set in the world of newspapers - its past riven by hacking scandals, its present at the mercy of the digital age and the 24 hour news cycle, its future uncertain.Press is written by Mike Bartlett, creator of Doctor Foster and winner of two 2015 Olivier Awards for different plays, including the critically acclaimed King Charles III. Press will be produced by three-time BAFTA winner Nigel Stafford-Clark.Writer Mike Bartlett says: "From exposing political corruption to splashing on celebrity scandal, editors and journalists have enormous influence over us, yet recent events have shown there's high-stakes and life-changing drama going on in the news organisations themselves. I'm hugely excited to be working with the BBC to make Press, a behind-the-scenes story about a group of diverse and troubled people who shape the stories and headlines we read every day."
Whilst devoting his life to his work, Will Wagstaffe, also known as Staffe to his colleagues, battles personal demons. He's haunted by the unresolved murder of his parents, which affects both his private and professional life including his on-off romance with sometimes girlfriend, Sylvie, played by Miranda Raison. His closest relationship is with his sister Juliette, and young nephew Harry, who stays with him when Juliette has troubles with her boyfriend.
With no parents and no significant partner of his own, Juliette and Harry mean everything to Staffe. Determined and tenacious, Wagstaffe is an exceptionally good police officer, in spite of the fact he's been known for pushing the boundaries of what's considered acceptable policing.
Close to the Enemy
The show follows intelligence officer Captain Callum Ferguson, whose last task for the Army is to ensure that a captured German scientist, Dieter, starts working for the British RAF on urgently developing the jet engine.
With the background of the emerging Cold War, it is clear to all that it's crucial for British national security that cutting-edge technology is made available to the armed forces as quickly as possible. Callum uses unorthodox methods in his attempt to convince Dieter to work with the British and eventually a friendship develops between the two men, but soon tensions arise as all is not as it seems.
Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell
Based on the bestselling novel by Susanna Clarke and adapted by Peter Harness, this show is set during the Napoleonic Wars in an England where magic once existed and is about to return.
This TV series focuses on the Shelby family, whose many brothers and sisters, cousins and uncles, make up the fiercest gang of all, the "Peaky Blinders". Named for their practice of sewing razor blades into the peaks of their caps, the Peaky Blinders make their money from off-track betting, protection and robbery.
World Without End
In World Without End, a king's murder binds four lives together in a complex web of love, betrayal and revenge. Two teenagers witness an incident in the woods that will change the course of a nation.
Following a shocking incident amongst an otherwise normal family, 30 year-old Mark Nicholas returns to the town where he grew up. After ten years away, coming home to Renton is harder than Mark could ever have imagined. He always had a strained relationship with his parents, his grandmother Bettyis now living in his childhood bedroom and he barely knows his teenage sister Jodie.
Mark starts to be drawn back into the life he left behind. Most of his school friends still live in the town but he finds it hard to re-connect with them. Hardest of all is meeting his first love Alice who stayed behind when he left. They still have strong feelings for each other but Alice is now married with a child.
Mark struggles to decide whether he should stay permanently to be with his family. But a new life is difficult to build in the place you used to call home and it now feels like you barely know it.
Martina Cole's The Take
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.
Wuthering Heights (2009)
A two-part adapation of the infamous book, which stars Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley as tortured lovers Heathcliff and Cathy.