House of the Dragon
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Last of Us
The Handmaid's Tale
The Umbrella Academy
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan
Star Trek: Picard
The Wheel of Time
Fear the Walking Dead
Superman & Lois
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
American Horror Story
Only Murders in the Building
Born: 16 May, 1964
TV Series Starring Rebecca Front
Avenue 5 is a comedy set in the future, mostly in space.
Paul Hollywood Eats ...
Paul Hollywood goes on a culinary and cultural road trip across Japan, exploring the extraordinary country through its food and unique eating experiences.
Dark Mon£y tells the story of an ordinary British family whose young boy has been abused by a famous filmmaker in Hollywood - and their decision to accept a substantial pay out in return for their silence.
The Other One
The Other One is a narrative comedy about a girl called Catherine Walcott. And another girl called Catherine Walcott. Sisters who had no idea the other existed until their father drops dead.
Love, Lies and Records
After a dream promotion to the top job of Superintendent, Kate finds herself increasingly torn by the endless responsibilities of being a modern working mother. Her daughter's hiding suspicious messages on her mobile, her son hates her because she's bought him the wrong trainers and now her stepson's turned up unannounced to stay.
As Kate tries to hold her work, life and relationship together, things go from complicated to impossible when a disgruntled colleague threatens to expose a secret from her past. The series explores how women in particular have to juggle their lives. Kate has reached the top of her profession but with everything she's worked for in jeopardy, can she sustain herself when it's not just her job that's on the line?
Eight short monologues in response to the 50th anniversary of the Sexual Offences Act.
War and Peace (2015)
A story that revolves around five aristocratic families, set during the reign of Alexander I, and centered on the love triangle between Natasha Rostova, Pierre Bezukhov, and Andrei Bolkonsky.
Doctor Thorne by Anthony Trollope is the story of Dr Thomas Thorne, who lives in the village of Greshamsbury in Barsetshire, with his beautiful niece, Mary, a girl blessed with every gift except money. Mary Thorne has grown up alongside the Gresham sisters
Humans is set in a parallel present where the latest must-have gadget for any busy family is a 'Synth' - a highly-developed robotic servant eerily similar to its live counterpart. In the hope of transforming the way they live, one strained suburban family purchases a refurbished synth only to discover that sharing life with a machine has far-reaching and chilling consequences.
The Supervet follows Noel Fitzpatrick who runs one of the most advanced veterinary practices in the country and is known as the Bionic Vet. Some of the hardest-to-cure pets from across the country are given the latest cutting-edge treatments and surgery from Noel and his team.
Up the Women
Suffrage is being introduced (politely) to the Banbury (!) Intricate Craft Circle. Comedy by and with Jessica Stevenson and Rebecca Front.
This is a sketch show that puts history's most famous women into the psychiatrist's chair and shines a spotlight on their psychoses and obsessions.
Fabric of Britain
Series of three documentaries exploring Britain's relationship with fabric, featuring knitting, needlework and wallpaper.
Inspector Lewis returns to Oxford from a two-year attachment overseas and is immediately embroiled in the murder of an American student.
Soon the bodies begin to pile up as Lewis copes with a very bright assistant and a female boss who plainly doesn't have much respect for him.
A cutting edge comedy animation painting a fabulously warped satirical view of Britain ...
Time Gentlemen Please
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.
Big Train is a surreal British television comedy sketch show created by Arthur Mathews and Graham Linehan, writers of the successful sitcom Father Ted. It was first broadcast in 1998 with a second series, in which Linehan was not involved, shown in 2002.
Eric Feeble is a middle-class divorced father of two who resides in London, England. An average man, with a less than average life, Eric is endlessly at his wits end - stressed out with his family, coworkers, and his life in general. For starters, there's his children. His precocious daughter, Claire is allergic to everything, from peanuts to dolls and everything in between. Eric's toadish son, Brian, sticks everything into his mouth that he can get his hands on. The family's live-in au pair, Maria, is a drunken nymphomaniac with a bad habit of disappearing for days at a time. Eric's ex-wife, Liz, is a whiny psycho who's involved in every kind of "rights" act imaginable, from "animal rights" to "tree rights" to Buddhism. Just to make his oddball family dynamics look worse, the next door neighbours are the aptly named Perfects, who are wealthy and snobbish.
Knowing Me, Knowing You with Alan Partridge
This was a parody of a chat show in which the character of Alan Partridge got his first TV show. It was originally aired as a radio show along the same lines. Most of the guest appearances were parodies of people in real life (obvious references to people and places).