Top TV Series
House of the Dragon
The Last of Us
The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power
The Umbrella Academy
The Handmaid's Tale
Rick and Morty
Star Trek: Discovery
The Good Doctor
The Wheel of Time
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds
Only Murders in the Building
Superman & Lois
The Morning Show
American Horror Story
The White Lotus
Born: 04 Oct, 1964
TV Series Starring Sarah Lancashire
Black Doves follows Helen embarking on a passionate affair that endangers her carefully constructed web of subterfuge.
Julia is inspired by Julia Child's extraordinary life and her show The French Chef, which essentially invented food television. Through Julia and her singular can-do spirit, it explores an evolving time in American history - the emergence of a new social institution called public television, feminism and the women's movement, the nature of celebrity, and America's cultural growth. At its heart, the show is a portrait of a marriage with an evolving and complicated power dynamic.
A political thriller about the intersection of police, politics, and the press. It's also a family saga.
The show explores the complex relationships between a powerful media mogul, his estranged son, and his ex-wife. It delves into the psychological and emotional toll of their high-stakes lives.
The Accident (2019)
The story centres on Polly, played by Lancashire, the wife of the local politician who championed the project. Their rebellious daughter, Leona, had led a group of friends who broke onto the site on the day of the explosion, but now is left with a lifelong disability after the disaster.
As communal grief gives way to a torrent of anger and blame, the community finds itself torn apart. Unwilling to accept that their children were to blame, the families cry for justice.
It falls to Polly to hold the community together, and to face the challenging truths that begin to emerge.
Edwardian Britain in Colour
Step back in time to Edwardian Britain in this stunning series. Using advanced technology, black-and-white films of the era are brought to life in vivid colour.
Experience the fashion, architecture, and daily life of this fascinating era like never before. Don't miss this captivating glimpse into the past.
The Shift: Women On The Force
This brand new observational documentary gives us unprecedented access to West Yorkshire Police, following the exceptional work of women at every level of the Force. Frontline policing has never been tougher, and this six-part series explores the demands facing officers in Britain today, the dangers they face on a daily basis and the impact this has on their private lives. The proportion of female police officers in England and Wales has increased from 7% in 1977 to 29% in 2017 but men still dominate senior positions by over 80%. From the Chief Constable to officers on the frontline, each episode is based around the unfolding stories of three women on the Force across a single, gripping shift.
Kiri is a four-part drama about a young black girl due to be adopted by a white foster family. She is abducted, and the series follows the trail of lies, blame, guilt and notoriety that ensues.
The series explores themes of race, identity, and the complexities of the adoption system. It is a powerful and compelling drama that delves into the consequences of a single, tragic event.
When a kidnap spirals out of control, Yorkshire police sergeant Catherine Cawood comes face to face with the man who destroyed her family.Kevin Weatherill pays a visit to Catherine Cawood at a West Yorkshire police station to report a crime. It involves holding his boss' daughter for ransom and using the money to send his children to a private school.
Last Tango in Halifax
Last Tango in Halifax is a TV series about two grandparents who fall in love. The story is set in Northern England and follows the lives of two different families.
The show explores themes of family, love, and relationships. It is a heartwarming drama that has captured the hearts of audiences around the world.
Denise Lovett is a young country girl with only her wits to live on after showing up in a Northern city to take up a long-held promise of work in her uncle's drapery shop. She soon finds out though that her uncle cannot afford to employ her as most of his customers have been seduced away by the The Paradise, the country's first department store, across the street. She ends up being forced to take a job at The Paradise and falls in love with its surroundings and reckless owner, John Moray.
The show picks up almost 5 years after the original series ended, in London's Belgravia in 1936. It show follows a wealthy family and their servants as they deal with the changes of a pre-war society.
Wuthering Heights (2009)
Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley star in this two-part adaptation of Wuthering Heights, the infamous book about tortured lovers Heathcliff and Cathy.
The series brings to life the tumultuous relationship between the two characters, set against the backdrop of the wild and windswept moors of Yorkshire.
All the Small Things
All the Small Things is a six-part series about a musical family torn apart by another woman. Starring Sarah Lancashire and Neil Pearson, it's a must-watch drama.
Written by Debbie Horsfield, the creator of Cutting It, this all-singing series is an emotional rollercoaster that will keep you hooked until the end.
Lark Rise to Candleford
Lark Rise to Candleford is based on Flora Thompson's memoirs and is set in a 19th century village. It depicts the magical adventures of the writer's childhood in Oxfordshire.
The series portrays the daily life of the villagers and the stark contrast between Lark Rise, a poor hamlet, and Candleford, a prosperous market town.
Rose and Maloney
Who Does It Take To Put Justice on Trial? Rose Linden (Sarah Lancashire) is a lead caseworker with the Criminal Justice Review Agency, an organization that investigates possible miscarriages of justice. She is brilliant and dedicated, but her maverick attitude often both inspires and frustrates her CJRA partner, the very non-confrontational Maloney (Phil Davis).
What the two do have in common, however, is a dedication to rooting out truth. It's no easy job. As they work to disentangle memories from facts, seeking to make amends for lives shattered by incompetence and gross injustices, Rose and Maloney learn all too well that, when past and present collide, the truth is invariably the victim.
Where the Heart Is
An engaging story of family, love and life and people's ever-changing fortunes in rural England. Set against the rugged landscape of Yorkshire, this popular programme follows the busy public and private lives of District Nurses, as they bring nursing and emotional care to the needy - young and old alike.
The longest running soap opera on British television screens (and the world), the series focus' on the lives of individuals that are living in Weatherfield's Coronation Street.
Births, marriages, affairs, deaths and all the events in between are tackled in this ITV series, who's cast is always in a constant cycle of change.
Coronation Street is in it's 53rd year and is still going strong!!!