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Derek Jacobi and Anne Reid return in the second season of this BAFTA-winning comedy-drama about romance and second chances, as reunited childhood sweethearts Celia and Alan plan a life together.
Set in 1956, the 2013 British drama series WPC 56: Gina Dawson centers on the challenges faced by the first woman to join the police force of her West Midlands home town.
Hugh Bonneville, Amelia Bullmore, Olivia Colman and Jessica Hynes star in this spoof on-location documentary about the team responsible for putting together the 2012 London Olympics.
The cases of author Colin Dexter's prickly, eccentric Oxford sleuth, whose passions include opera, crosswords and, of course, a good mystery!
The Paradise is about much more than its lavish costumes and opulent settings — this fictional department store is packed with memorable characters who each have their own distinct styles. But which one are you most like?
Two female police detectives with very different personalities solve crimes in this mystery series.
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