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Born: 13 Apr, 1951
TV Series Starring Peter Davison
Set in Manchester, Life follows the stories of the residents of a large house divided into four flats. As each of the four stories unfold and intertwine in surprising ways, they tell a larger story about what happens when we step out of our personal space and take a closer look into other people's lives. Life explores love, loss, birth, death, the ordinary, the extraordinary and everything in between.
Gentleman Jack is a remarkable and unlikely love story set in the complex, changing world of 1832 Halifax - the cradle of the industrial revolution - just as it's all kicking off. The drama will explore Anne Lister's relationships at home with her family, her servants, her tenants and her industrial rivals, who will use any dirty tricks they can to bring her down. At its heart is her relationship with her would-be wife, the wealthy heiress Ann Walker. It has all the warmth, wit, humour and complexity that audiences have come to associate with Sally Wainwright's writing.
Great British Car Journeys
Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison go back to the 1930s to relive the golden age of motoring. Getting behind the wheel of a Morgan 4/4, the world's oldest production car, they stick two fingers up to sat navs and set out on a series of journeys along Britain's most beautiful vintage roads.
Taking inspiration from old travel guides of the day and meeting up with passionate petrolheads keeping our motoring heritage alive, they experience the thrills of the era that Britain first fell in love with the car and when the open road led to adventure and exploration.
Sugar Free Farm
Going cold turkey from sugar can be seriously tough and this three episode documentary sets out to put this to the test. Six famous faces undergo a dietary experiment: living entirely without sugar for two weeks.
The Yorkshire Vet
Documentary about Yorkshire vet Julian Norton, his business partner Peter Wright and their team as they administer modern-day medical and surgical aid to creatures great and small. From bulldogs to bullocks, there are no creatures too large or too small for these vets.
Unforgiven tells the story of Ruth Slater (Suranne Jones) who has spent the past 15 years imprisoned for the murder of two policemen, and now faces the daunting prospect of rebuilding her life whilst being irresistibly drawn to the place that haunts her, Upper Hanging Stones Farm. In spite of trying to focus on the future and her new boyfriend Brad (Will Mellor), Ruth is unable to forget her past and the sister, Katie, who she was forced to leave behind. Outraged to hear that the woman who killed their father has been released, Kieran (Jack Deam) and Steve Whelan (Matthew McNulty) are eager to seek revenge. Believing that life should mean life, the two brothers decide to take the law into their own hands. But just how far are they capable of going? Can they really do to her what she did to their father?
Law & Order: UK
The longest running crime series in U.S. television history is making its way across the pond for a UK reworking. Series creator Dick Wolf is set to give Law & Order a makeover-for fans in the UK. Law & Order: UK promises to retain the grittiness of the original series, but be uniquely British.
The further adventures in time and space of the alien adventurer known as the Doctor and their companions from planet Earth.
The Last Detective
The series is based on the books of Leslie Thomas. Peter Davison stars as Detective Constable Davies who is based in Willesden, London.
At Home with the Braithwaites
Peter Davison and Amanda Redman are starring as David and Alison Braithwaite in this brilliant mixture of comedy and drama.
The story begins with Alison being given a European lottery ticket by her youngest daughter Charlotte for her 40th birthday and guess what - she happens to be the winner of £38m.
First Alison cannot believe it herself and then she is afraid of how such sudden wealth will affect her family, so she decides to keep a secret, and use the money to help others. She uses her middle name and her maiden name to create Jane Crowther and sets up a charity called the Jane Crowther Trust.
In 1930's England, a man from an aristocratic family takes up the pseudonym Albert Campion and, with the help of his ex-burglar manservant, solves mysteries.
All Creatures Great and Small
This is a British comedy / drama that revolves around a veterinary practice owned by two brothers. A third vet comes to the practice and frequently finds himself caught up in the feuds between the brothers.
Doctor Who (1963)
The adventures of an eccentric renegade time traveling alien and his companions.