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    The Love School

    The Love School

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    BBC (ended 1975)
    A six part dramatic series about the lives and loves of the members of the "Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood."
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    Linda Green

    Linda Green

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    Linda is in her thirties, she's lived in Manchester all her life, her friends are the friends she met at school.

    Her best friend Michelle is settled with a family, but Linda enjoys being single. Mr Right may well come into her life at some point, but until then, she's having plenty of fun looking for him.moreless
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    Being April

    Being April

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    Being April was a story about one woman, three children, and three different dads.
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    Captain Zep - Space Detective

    Captain Zep - Space Detective

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    BBC (ended 1984)
    Captain Zep - Space Detective is a children's detective series that was split into part quiz and part drama. It's novel idea was to get the audience, which was made up of children, to solve the mysteries. The show also mixed live actors with an animated cast to good effect.moreless
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    Thursday's Child

    Thursday's Child

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    BBC (ended 1973)
    British dramatic series
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    Bedtime

    Bedtime

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Bedtime guide at TV.com. British sitcom
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    Home Farm Twins

    Home Farm Twins

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    BBC (ended 2000)
    Home Farm Twins follows the adventures of twins Helen & Hannah around the local countryside in this series dramatized by Elly Brewer from the Home Farm books by Jenny Oldfield.

    The first Season started with the Moore family moving from the big city "London" to the country village of "Doveton". Hannah (Polly Duniam) is a dreamer and an idealist - much more 'girly' than her tomboy sister Helen (Sophie Duniam), who is more outspoken, daring and sarcastic. The girls quickly got to know the locals and began a long-term friendship with Sam (Ben Evans) from Crackpot Farm who teased them for being 'townies' but still loved to join in their adventures but Sam had dreams elsewhere and dropped a bombshell on the twins during Season 3 by announcing he was to leave Doveton. The twins' mum, Mary (Jacquetta May) is famous for making cakes at the Curlew Cafe which is the business she started up after moving to Doveton, while her husband David (Martin Ball) is a wildlife photographer and studies animals. The twins parents also gave birth to a baby girl during Season 3 and the girls eventually learned that animals were no longer the only species who needed looking after and promptly watched their baby sister on numerous occasions getting into big trouble for regular accidents involving their methods. The final Season broadcast on the BBC ended with the twins facing the realities of growing up and looking back at their time spent living on Home Farm and wondering what life had in store for them next...moreless
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    Goodbye Mr Chips

    Goodbye Mr Chips

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    BBC (ended 1984)
    British mini-series
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    A Horseman Riding By

    A Horseman Riding By

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    BBC (ended 1978)
    A Horseman Riding By is a 13-part BBC drama series that was first broadcast in 1978. The series was based on two of the three books in R F Delderfield's A Horseman Riding By trilogy and starred Nigel Havers as Paul Craddock, a young man who was invalided out of the Boer war and invited to become squire of the long neglected Shallowford estate in Devon. Paul has to use all his charm and guile to convince the old families of the valley that he is capable of doing the job. Fortunately he is assisted by estate keeper John Rudd (Glyn Houston) who knows their ways. After a disastrous marriage to flighty Grace Lovell (Fiona Gaunt) Paul eventually marries Claire Derwent (Prunella Ransome). They make a great couple and face the challenges that beset the valley together. The biggest challenge of all is the Great War, which sees the valley lose many of its inhabitants and Paul back in service. The series was well received on its first broadcast and gave Nigel Havers one of his first starring roles. There is also an early role for Pam St. Clement as Meg Potter, who is now better known for her many years as Pat Evans/Butcher in the BBC's Eastenders. The series was dramatised by Alexander Baron, Arden Winch, and John Wiles (who was the producer of Doctor Who way back in 1966), directed by Philip Dudley, Paul Ciappessoni, and Alan Grint, and produced by Ken Riddington.moreless
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    Jack the Ripper

    Jack the Ripper

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    BBC (ended 1973)
    British crime drama, following the 1888 Whitechapel murders.
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    199 Park Lane

    199 Park Lane

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    BBC (ended 1965)
    This British series followed the lives of a group of people who lived in a rather exclusive block of flats.
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    And Then There Were None

    And Then There Were None

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    BBC (ended 2015)
    Ten strangers find themselves stranded on a remote island in this adaptation of the classic Agatha Christie novel.
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    The Emigrants

    The Emigrants

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    BBC (ended 1976)
    The Emigrants follow the life of the Parker family as they decide to leave England for Australia.
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    The Nanny (1981)

    The Nanny (1981)

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    BBC (ended 1983)
    Welcome to the Nanny (1981) guide at TV.com. Wendy Craig stars as Nanny Barbara Gray looking after a series of children during war torn London. No Mary Poppins magic in sight, the Nanny solved all her children's problems and some of their families, with good old fashioned advice. A family favourite.moreless
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    Dream Baby

    Dream Baby

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    BBC (ended 1989)
    British TV movie

    When an 18 year old girl who lives on a run-down housing estate pretends that she is pregnant in order to end her relationships with two men, her plan backfires. Both men begin to fantaabout the thought of fatherhood.moreless
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    Little Lord Fauntleroy

    Little Lord Fauntleroy

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    BBC (ended 1995)
    British miniseries
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    Jack of Hearts

    Jack of Hearts

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    BBC (ended 1999)
    Problems of a probation officer with a troubled home life.
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    The Bench

    The Bench

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    BBC (ended 2002)
    Welcome to The Bench guide at TV.com. This legal drama series was set in a Welsh magistrate's court. The Bench was a BBC Wales production. Initially broadcast exclusively on BBC1 Wales, it was repeated across the network in an afternoon slot.moreless
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    Goodbye Cruel World

    Goodbye Cruel World

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    BBC (ended 1992)
    Goodbye Cruel World is a 1992 British drama miniseries broadcast in three parts. It features the character of Barbara Grade (Sue Johnston), who is diagnosed with a terminal degenerative illness. The show explores the ways Barbara and her family come to terms with her illness and how they cope as her condition deteriorates. The drama takes a realistic perspective on how ordinary people manage when their happy lives turn towards misery and unhappiness. The series also features Alun Armstrong as Barbara's husband, Roy, Brenda Bruce, Jonny Lee Miller, Oliver Ford Davies, and Will Knightley. The series was written by playwright Tony Marchant, who is known for tackling difficult topics and writing stark contemporary dramas where characters face difficult dilemmas without happy endings. Directed by Adrian Shergold, it won several awards, including Prix Europa's 1992 Television Programme of the Year, and was nominated in 1993 by the British Academy Television Awards for Best Drama.moreless
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    The First Lady

    The First Lady

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    BBC (ended 1969)
    British political drama
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