Collision with the looming iceberg is inevitable, despite last-minute evasive action by the crew and panic soon spreads throughout the ship. Barnes is given a life-changing gift by Watson andHugh is shocked by Louisa's promise to him. Meanwhile, Jim tracks down his daughter deep below decks and Paolo desperately tries to save his brother. As the Titanic goes down, those few lucky enough to be in a lifeboat can hear the cries of people in the freezing water. Who lives and who dies will be decided in the next few hours.moreless
Barnes finds Watson down in steerage and Annie makes a big impression on Mario. Meanwhile, Paolo makes an impulsive gesture and Mary's improving attitude towards Peter causes an argument with her husband, Jim. After the iceberg hits, the residents of steerage are overtaken by panic when they realise they are locked in. During the dash for lifeboats, Mary's daughter causes alarm when she runs back inside.moreless
Captain Smith causes confusion amongst the crew when he shuffles their duties and Grace is horrified by the mix of people during an Anglican service, up in First Class.When disaster strikes,Second Officer Lightoller is determined to get the passengers to safety, but the Malone family are unable to make it out of steerage.moreless
Looking to escape from a scandal involving his daughter, Georgiana, the Earl of Manton tries to secure passage on the Titanic for his family. Meanwhile, tension is mounting between theEnglish and American crew and Jim Maloney attempts to smuggle his wife and children on board.moreless
It's been five years since Amy Pond last traveled with the Doctor, and when he lands in her garden again, on the eve of the birth of her first child, she finds herself facing a heartbreaking choice – one that will change her life for ever.moreless
The second part of this production tells the story of Queen Elizabeth's affair with Leicester's stepson, the Earl of Essex. Her emotions cloud her judgment and affect her decision-making over her kingdom.
Starting in 1579, this story deals with the relationship between Queen Elizabeth and the Earl of Leicester.
A thief gets killed with a pitchfork, and the villagers of Midsomer Mallow worry that the killing may undermine their chances of a prize in this year's Perfect Village competition. Things clearly take a turn for the worse when two of the competition judges are the next to be murdered.
Troy is in the Midsomer Worthy cricket eleven for the annual match against Fletchers Cross, so he is on the spot when the wife of Robert Cavendish, the Team Captain and a big local landowner, is found bludgeoned to death with a cricket bat. As often happens, the death toll mounts before the killer can be unmasked. Why should the cricket team's scorer be stabbed to death with a Nazi dagger at the following match?
Cavendish, as a mine owner, may have been responsible for the 'accidental' deaths of two of his employees in years gone by. If someone is out for revenge, who is it?
Meanwhile, a protest march to maintain footpaths across Cavendish's land finds a foot-bridge has been sabotaged, and their leader takes a ducking...