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Born: 30 Apr, 1967
TV Series Starring Steven Mackintosh
Dalgliesh will be made up of three two-part films, each comprising 2 x 60 minutes.
The show, will be set in mid-1970's England and is told from the perspective of the enigmatic detective, following his career to present day as he solves unusual murders and reveals buried secrets.
Wanderlust follows Joy Richards, a therapist trying to find a way to keep her spark with her husband alive after a cycling accident causes them to reassess their relationship.
The series tells the story of a bustling and glamorous five star hotel at the centre of London society and a world at war.The drama, set in 1940, shows London life through the prism of war and the impact it has on families, politics, relationships and work across every social strata - set to a soundtrack of the music of the era.
Clayton is a detective who finds a magic bracelet that brings him good luck. The bad news is that someone very nasty wants it back...
Saving Lives at Sea
A four part documentary following the men and women of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). It was established after the Marchioness pleasure cruiser sank in 1989, claiming the lives of more than 50 people. The RNLI staff more than 230 stations, covering even the most far-flung areas of Britain's coastline.
Autopsy: The Last Hours of...
Celebrity fact and fiction are forever separated as "Autopsy: The Last Hours of..." reveals the truth behind the controversial deaths of some of the most famous celebrities. The sudden and tragic passing of these global mega-stars sent the world into a frenzy fueled by hearsay and rumor. Now crucial medical evidence gained from the actual autopsies explains what killed the stars and reveals how they died, finally putting an end to the speculation. Interviews with friends and family shed light on the decisions that set them on the path towards their deaths, and by combining medical fact with personal revelation Autopsy: The Last Hours of... investigates not only the untimely deaths but also the extraordinary lives of these global icons. In new episodes Dr. Richard Shepherd will investigate the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson, River Phoenix, Robin Williams.
From There to Here
On the day that England took on Scotland in the 1966 European Championship, Daniel Cotton is trying to get his Dad and brother talking again. However when the three are caught up in a IRA explosion in a local pub, everyone's lives are changed.
Conspiracy: The Missing Evidence
The series looks at evidence that supports some of the most notorious conspiracy theories from around the world and throughout history.
Worst Place to be a Pilot
This is a documentary series which follows the lives of the young British pilots who work for Indonesian airline Susi Air. They fly planes to some of the most breathtaking and remote locations on the planet.
Afghanistan: The Lion's Last Roar?
This two-part series tells the story of the conflict in Afghanistan and asks what has been achieved and whether the British have the will to fight in distant lands again.
Operation Cloud Lab
This series follows a group of scientists as they take to the skies in one of world's largest airships for a unique exploration of Earth's atmosphere.
Inside Men is a drama series which sees John Coniston working as the manager of a cash counting house who finds himself involved in the middle an armed robbery. His family are taken hostage and the gang make open the safe at gunpoint but not everything is as it seems though.
Every air crash is a catastrophe that leaves behind bereaved families and ruined lives. But each air crash is also a lesson learnt, and because of each disaster we now know how to build safer planes, evacuate passengers more swiftly, and better avoid collisions. Lives have been saved because of what these tragedies have taught us, and yet, despite this progress, more and more disasters still happen. Using powerful personal accounts from survivors, pilots and witnesses as well as comments from aviation experts and CGI, each episode of Air Crash Confidential investigates a selection of aviation disasters to reveal how and why tragedy still happens. It will discover why, despite repeated warnings, terrorists remain one step ahead of airport security, and how only a seating plan error and some sweaty feet saved hundreds from being blown up in mid- air. We will also reveal how a computer designed to eliminate pilot error led to a Qantas flight plummeting hundreds of feet, and that however brilliant our technology, human error can never be entirely eliminated - Air Traffic controller Pieter Nielsen was eventually murdered because of a mistake he made on a busy day that caused the deaths of 45 schoolchildren.
The Jury (2011)
The Jury is a compelling, character based series which focuses on the everyday people who find themselves at the centre of one of the most controversial criminal re-trials of their time. It is gripping, dark and emotionally charged and the jurors are forced to face the complexities of their own lives as they are caught up in the experiences of being a key player in such a high profile Old Bailey trial.
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.
Documentary following the work of traffic police.
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.