Classic comedy about the rag-and-bone men. There's no electricity, no gas, no food, no booze and no fags - and, on top of that, two unwelcome visitors drop by. Show more
Rag-and-bone men sitcom. Harold has been going out in the evenings, making Albert suspicious. It turns out Harold has a 'bird', so Albert suggests he invite her round.
Popular 1970s sitcom about a middle-class, middle-aged rebel. Why is Reggie referring to his mother-in-law as a hippopotamus? Show more
Classic sci-fi in which a monolith is discovered on the moon. Astronauts following its radio signal are drawn into a struggle for survival with HAL, the spacecraft's computer. Show more
Rag-and-bone men sitcom. Harold is fed up with scraping a living and Albert's constant criticism of his abilities so he takes a correspondence course in TV repairing. Show more
Adaptation of James Clavell's novel about a group of Allied prisoners in a Singapore PoW camp during World War II. Show more
Reggie Perrin needs a month's holiday, but all he gets is an afternoon in a safari park with his wife, daughter, son-in-law and their two 'tiny adults'.
While Elizabeth is away, Reggie asks Joan to come over for a business meeting, but he actually intends to start an affair with her. A stream of visitors causes his plan to go awry. Show more
Reggie's revolt against the normality of his life is becoming brazen. While Elizabeth is away, he gives a dinner party without any food.
Reggie decides to put an end to it. He says goodbye to Joan, makes a drunken speech to the British Fruit Association, says goodbye to Elizabeth and fakes his own suicide. Show more
After his fake suicide, Reggie tries out his new life in which he can be anyone and go anywhere. However, he realises that all he really wants is Elizabeth. Show more
Reggie attends his own memorial service in disguise and re-enters Elizabeth's life as an old friend of Reggie, Martin Wellbourne. Show more
Dramatic romp in the company of Frank Harris, the most infamous man of letters of his day and the author of the scandalous My Life & Loves, banned in Ireland until 1964.
A movie spin-off of the TV series reunites Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter), skinflint owner of a crumbling boarding house in London, with his tenants. Show more
Drama based on the true story of a ship carrying German-Jewish refugees which was denied permission to land anywhere and was obliged to return to Germany and the horrors of Nazism. Show more