Classic historical drama series. Elizabeth meets an interesting suitor, the Duke of Anjou, much to the Puritans' disapproval. Now Elizabeth must decide whether to follow her head or her heart. Show more
Costume drama. Mrs General starts her campaign to woo Mr Dorrit, Fanny turns the full beam of her attention on Sparkler, and Mr Dorrit receives an unwelcome reminder of his past. Show more
Drama about Margaret Thatcher's fall from power. As Thatcher prepares for the Lord Mayor's banquet, Geoffrey Howe pens the resignation speech that will seal her fate. Show more
James returns to Angus Grier and, to his shame and Grier's pleasure, is coerced into giving the wrong treatment. Grier's triumph is short-lived as James discovers his guilty secret.
Friends, family and co-stars share their memories of the legendary Elizabeth Taylor, who died last month. With Liza Minnelli, Joan Collins, Angela Lansbury and Sir David Frost. Show more
A tale of fear and revenge in a faithful adaptation of Mary Shelley's original Gothic novel. A young 18th-century scientist dares to challenge the heavens by creating life. Show more
Tristan buys a new Daimler car, putting him heavily in debt. He becomes involved with the local bell ringing team, particularly a new schoolteacher, Miss Marston. Show more
Drama series. Life for a newly qualified vet in the Yorkshire Dales isn't at all easy, as James Herriot discovers. To begin with, you have to find employment. Show more
The result of the post-mortem is known and James finds that while a vet's life is not altogether enviable, a dog's life might well be.
James seems to be falling into the routine of being a country vet, but the peace is shattered when Siegfried employs a secretary and James meets Helen Alderson.
Siegfried wins a major victory and Tristan has to deal with pigs in more ways than one. James discovers that he has a rival.
The practice in Darrowby goes from strength to strength - unlike James's private life. Tristan decides to remedy matters and arranges a double blind date.
James makes a date with Helen, without Tristan's help. The practice loses a customer, with Tristan's help. Siegfried stops smoking, which doesn't help anyone.
James's luck changes for the better in his romance with Helen, but for the Dalby family there seems to be no turning of the tide.
The Dalby family fortunes dwindle even more until, almost by accident, James stumbles across the reason for the herd's illness.
Some farmers like to do their own vetting, but James discovers that sometimes the vet can cure the farmer.
Richard Carmody, a superior student, accompanies James on his rounds to learn, but it becomes clear that there is very little that he doesn't know.
The story of Christmas read by Robert Hardy and Gabriella Drake with a carol from Shrewsbury.
Popular drama series about a Yorkshire veterinary practice in the 30s. James has to keep his nerve during a difficult calving.