Biography of British film pioneer William Friese-Greene, who designed and patented a working cinematic camera. His life was dogged by hardship and lack of recognition. Show more
When an old schoolfriend of Miss Marple invites her to stay, she finds herself in the midst of an eccentric extended family. Show more
Classic 1970s sitcom. Mrs Chambers has grandiose plans for Thelma's wedding to Bob that leaves the men feeling overwhelmed, so they decide to rebel.
Romantic drama about the forbidden love that develops between a mill girl and her employer's son in Blackpool. Starring Lisa Daniely. Show more
In the French country town of St. Valoise-sur-Seine, Pierre Clicquot is the local undertaker. But 1926 was not a good year for the worthy Clicquot. Show more
Mystery with Agatha Christie's amateur sleuth. Miss Marple is sent to recuperate in the lush green tropical paradise of Barbados - but a murderer strikes. Show more
Drama. Family intrigue, midnight assailants and a vanishing cleric at Bertram's Hotel provide Miss Marple with a tantalising case. Show more
The Burtons move to the village of Lymston, which seems to welcome them with open arms. But dark undercurrents are at work. Adapted from the detective stories by Agatha Christie.
Espionage thriller based on the true story of an intelligence officer who plans an elaborate hoax to fool the Nazis into thinking the Allies are about to invade Greece, not Sicily. Show more
The day of the wedding dawns and the women are racing around getting ready for the big event. Meanwhile, Terry has his hands full looking after a nervous Bob.
Concluding part of an adaptation of Agatha Christie's novel. Miss Marple is convinced that the death of schoolgirl Pamela Reeve holds the key to the mystery of the double murder. Show more
Period crime drama. The ordered tranquility of life in St Mary Mead is shattered by a mysterious discovery. Miss Marple's investigations lead her to a seaside hotel. Show more
While the investigation centres on the Jefferson family and their entourage, Miss Marple's hunch about a second killing proves all too tragically justified.