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Born: 14 Nov, 1959
TV Series Starring Paul McGann
Wildest Latin America
Trek across the mountainous peaks and volcanic slopes of the Andes; explore the windswept plains of the Patagonian wilderness; journey into the teeming forests of the Amazon, and wade through the giant swamps of Venezuela, as this beautiful five- part series celebrates the region's most iconic and dramatic locations. Combining the extraordinary stories of the animals and people, each episode explores the latest revelations about life in this land of extremes. From army ants to armadillos, jaguars to giant otters, find out how each species has developed unique ways to stay alive. Through ingenuity and determination, people have also found ways to make the most of what the continent has to offer. uncover the vital skills, incredible lifestyles and ancient rituals that continue to shape the identity of Latin America's diverse people. Experience all this fascinating continent has to offer and gain an exciting and in-depth understanding of Latin America's most spectacular places.
Annika follows the sharp, witty and enigmatic DI Annika Strandhed as she heads up a new specialist Marine Homicide Unit (MHU) that is tasked with investigating the unexplained, brutal, and seemingly unfathomable murders that wash up in the waterways of Scotland.
Throughout the series, Annika makes the audience her confidante by breaking the fourth wall and sharing her wry observations on the case and her life, as she manages her brilliant yet unconventional team, and her equally brilliant yet complex teenage daughter.
In a remote corner of the UK, 23 men and women try to build a new life and new society from scratch, isolated from the rest of the world
The series takes a look at the lives of sharks from all around the world.
This spectacular series sweeps across the most diverse peninsular in the world. From Malaysia to Southwest China, Vietnam to Cambodia and Thailand this vast area includes outstanding landscapes, historic cities, tropical jungles and armies of animals. With mangroves and mountains, pygmy elephants, turtles and rare birds it is no wonder that the word 'mega-diverse' is now attributed to parts of the region. South-west of China and east of India lies the Asian peninsula Indochina, which is home to some of the most breath-taking natural wonders. WILDEST INDOCHINA journeys through this exotic location starting with Malaysia which encompasses the giant island of Borneo - the land of majestically languid orang-utans and saltwater crocodiles, then travels North to Thailand which is where the heart of Indochina lies, home to diverse species such as long tailed macaques who survive in this land of extreme geography. Next up is Cambodia which dumbfounds many with its water kingdom and as a result is stricken annually by a huge monsoon; Asian elephants and the Burmese python inhabit this mystical location. See how life has fought back in war-ravaged Vietnam, which contains 10% of the world's species, within a south-eastern Himalayan enclave lies China's secret garden, where half of all Chinese birds and mammals exist.
Wildest Middle East
Wildest Middle East explores the most remote and most surprising corners of this ancient land. Turkey's vast and varied landscapes range from snow covered mountain passes, to spectacular coral reefs. Arabia is the world's largest peninsular and harbours a wealth of wildlife in its seas and mountains. Egypt's rich lands are nurtured by the life-giving waters of the iconic Nile, and the startlingly wide range of natural habitats in Jordan has resulted in a treasure chest of wildlife. This stunning series showcases the landscape and wildlife as never seen before.
Her Majesty's Prison: Aylesbury
Aylesbury Prison in Buckinghamshire, home to some of the most dangerous young criminals in Britain, has allowed an exclusive insight into life for prisoners and staff for this documentary series.
A Mother's Son
Hermione Norris ia a mother who starts to think that her son could be guilty of murder, following the discovery of a girl's body in the woods.
Islands can be home to the most extreme examples of life and the some of the most dramatic landscapes. Natural selection fuels evolution in the most extraordinary way. Isolated for hundreds of thousands of years, pockets of individuals survive, thrive and adapt to fill all available niches fuelling a rapid development of new species. Wildest Islands, a stunning five-part series featuring the world's most spectacular island locations. Dive into the crystal clear waters of the Caribbean; journey through the lush forests of Zanzibar; discover the unspoilt environs of the Hebrides; and uncover the enduring wonders of the Galapagos Islands as Wildest Islands investigates the rich history of these pristine paradises.
India is an exotic mixing pot of iconic wildlife, secret locations, epic landscapes and colourful beauty. This series is a celebration of India's most spectacular locations and incredible wildlife.
"Join us in the heart of India and discover one of the most incredible, beautiful and exciting places on Earth."
Luther is a psychological crime thriller featuring DCI John Luther, a brilliant detective whose passionate involvement in his work threatens to derail his personal life. Unlike any other drama each episode of this crime thriller opens by revealing a killer's identity.
This five-part series, starring Douglas Henshall and Kate Ashfield, tells the story of a major car accident which changes the lives of those involved forever.
Our Mutual Friend
Dickens was the master of Victorian social satire, ruthlessly exposing the cruelty and absurdity that supported the strictly hierarchical class-structure of the day. This superb production of Our Mutual Friend does full justice to his darkest, most complex novel, fleshing out the satirical bones of the plot with performances that eschew caricature in favour of psychological depth. Anna Friel's Bella is wonderfully complex, her innate goodness struggling with her love of money and desire for advancement. Paul McGann, as the lawyer Wrayburn, is also superb, wrestling with the implications of his feelings for Lizzie. And of course, this being Dickens and the BBC, there's a terrific supporting cast, including Timothy Spall as the melancholy articulator of skeletons, Mr Venus. As the fortunes of the characters rise and fall, the river Thames flows eternally.
Doctor Who (1963)
The adventures of an eccentric renegade time traveling alien and his companions.