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    Coupling

    Coupling

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    BBC Three (ended 2004)
    Two's company, three's a crowd... so what do you do with six?
    On average, men and women think about sex every six seconds. Shorten that to every second, and you've got Coupling.
    It's more than just a one night stand!

    When a couple gets together, it's never just the two of them - they also bring baggage - and Susan (Sarah Alexander) and Steve (Jack Davenport) are no exception. Their baggage is a crowd of best friends and exes who talk about all aspects of sex and relationships on their never-ending quest to find true love. Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps...

    Susan Walker is a beautiful go-getter with an uninhibited attitude who used to date Patrick Maitland (Ben Miles), the sextet's charismatic, cocky player, London's king of conquests - a guy who's just too cool to worry about being smart. Attractive Sally Harper (Kate Isitt) is a beauty therapist who is Susan's unashamedly vain best friend, who aggressively battles aging with heavy doses of moisturizer and men - including Patrick.

    Meanwhile, Steve Taylor, while getting together with Susan, can't seem to shake loose from his vivacious and slightly vacuous ex-girlfriend Jane Christie (Gina Bellman), a woman supremely confident in her ability to seduce anyone of either sex, and who refuses to be dumped unless she's the one doing the dumping.

    Jeff Murdoch (Richard Coyle) is Steve's "porn buddy" who is, in equal parts, obsessed and bewildered by actual sex; charming in his way, but with an uncanny ability to say the wrong thing at the worst possible time. He works in the same office as Susan, with whom he had a disastrous and unsuccessful one-night fling. After Coyle left the series, a new character was introduced in season 4 as his replacement, Oliver (Richard Mylan).

    Coupling has been honoured with the prestigious Silver Rose of Montreux, Best TV Comedy Award, and is recent winner at the 2003 British Comedy Awards.

    Coupling comes from writer/creator Steven Moffat, producer Sue Vertue, and executive producer Beryl Vertue. The show is directed by Martin Dennis.moreless
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    Lip Service (UK)

    Lip Service (UK)

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    BBC Three
    Explore the sex lives and love affairs of a group of twenty-something lesbians living in Glasgow.
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    In The Flesh

    In The Flesh

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    BBC Three (Returning May 10, 1014)
    The Human Volunteer Force has quelled a zombie uprising, and the surviving zombies have been gathered and medicated so that they can return to their (mostly) human lives. They are given makeup and contact lenses so that they can go back to their original lives... or can they? One teenager, Kieran Walker, returns to his hometown and discovers that despite a government act prohibiting violence against the former undead, not everyone is willing to forgive and forget. This will re-broadcast on BBC America on June 6th, 2013.moreless
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    Doctor Who Confidential

    Doctor Who Confidential

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    BBC Three (ended 2011)
    Welcome to the Doctor Who Confidential guide at TV.com. Specially filmed for BBC Three as a companion piece to DoctorWho, Doctor Who Confidential aimed to give a taste of the excitement and the energy that surrounded the new show. The programme included behind-the-scenes filming and interviews with the cast, writers and production team as they brought our favourite Time Lord back to our screens. An abbreviated 15-minute version, concentrating on the production of the new series and without reference to the original show, was also broadcast on BBC Three as Doctor Who Confidential Cutdown.moreless
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    Gavin and Stacey

    Gavin and Stacey

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    BBC Three
    Gavin is from Essex, Stacey is from Wales. Things have been going great with their telephone romance, but now they are about to meet. Will things turn sour when they meet face-to-face, or will their meddling friends and family be their downfall? Tune in to see if Gavin and Stacey's love can endure tough tests.moreless
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    Merlin: Secrets and Magic

    Merlin: Secrets and Magic

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    BBC Three
    Merlin: Secrets and Magic is a BBC separate specially-filmed documentary series that compliments British fantasy drama television show, Merlin. It offers a initial 50 minute special followed by thirteen 15 minute-episodes with exclusive backstage footage, production details and on-set cast and crew interviews which help recreate the magic and reveal some secrets behind the making of Merlin.moreless
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    Funland

    Funland

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    BBC Three (ended 2005)
    Funland is a thrillingly surreal comedy from the writer of Eastenders. The series focuses on Carter Krantz, after being forced to flee his hometown when mother was brutally murdered by an unknown chainsaw-wielding maniac, he heads to Blackpool in search of answers. Armed with only a scrap of paper with the words 'Ambrose Chapel' scribbled on to it, he is about to embark on the longest weekend of his life. Because unbeknown to him, Carter is about to be thrown into a world of sex, violence and taxidermy.moreless
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    Twisted Tales (UK)

    Twisted Tales (UK)

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    BBC Three (ended 2005)
    Twisted Tales is a dark and stylish comedy drama series. With intense scripts written by a mix of established writers and upcoming talent, each story is a self-contained episode with a mysterious twist. The tales set out to spook the brain and tickle the funny bone, so be prepared to expect the unexpected. The series is very closely related to Spine Chillers, an earlier BBC Three series. In effect, Twisted Tales is a rebranded second series of the earlier successful production.moreless
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    Bad Education

    Bad Education

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    BBC Three
    Bad Education stars Jack Whitehall stars as Alfie Wickers, in this sitcom about the worst teacher ever in the British education system. Produced for BBC Three the show also stars Mathew Horne as Headmaster Fraser.moreless
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    The Mighty Boosh

    The Mighty Boosh

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    BBC Three
    Welcome to The Mighty Boosh guide. Come with us now on a journey through time and space... to the world of The Mighty Boosh... Written by and starring Noel Fielding and Julian Barratt, The Mighty Boosh is an off-the-wall adventure based on their Perrier award-winning comedy show. In the first series, The Mighty Boosh is a show about two zoo keepers, Howard Moon and Vince Noir, who work at "The Zoo-niverse", a dilapidated but magical zoo. It is run by Bob Fossil, a demented American with a military disposition. Vince is a regular 'Mowgli in flares', due to his affinity with animals and adoration for all things Seventies. Howard likes to think he is more the brains of their zoo-keeping outfit, destined for better things. Each week they get involved in a different adventure. Whether they end up in the Arctic tundra or monkey hell they somehow always manage to get back to the zoo intact. In the second series, the plot focuses on Vince and Howard's journey to become a successful band. The two move in with Naboo and Bollo, and hijinks ensue. This series introduces the characters of Tony Harrison, Saboo, Kirk, and the Head Shaman. In the third series, Vince and Howard are shopkeepers at the Nabootique. Crimping becomes an artform, being the focus of the episode "The Power of the Crimp." The show becomes increasingly surreal and satirical.moreless
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    How Not To Live Your Life

    How Not To Live Your Life

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    BBC Three
    Don is a single twenty something who constantly fails to guide his way through life. His overactive mind doesn't help things as it plays out scenes of what he shouldn't say or do. When he moves into his recently deceased grandmother's house, he meets Eddie: his Gran's care taker who doesn't want to move on. To help pay his rent, he decides to get a roommate in the shape of his teenage sweetheart Abby and hopes to win her back. The only problem is, she comes with a new arrogant boyfriend, Karl.moreless
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    Russell Howard's Good News

    Russell Howard's Good News

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    BBC Three
    The British comedian chuckles at some of the week's biggest, and quirkiest, news stories. At the end of each episode he presents an uplifting story about someone who has done something remarkable.moreless
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    The Fades

    The Fades

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    BBC Three (ended 2011)
    You may not realise it, but the dead are roaming the Earth. After having a series of haunting nightmares uber geek Paul (Iain De Caestecker) has started to see ghosts-The Fades-all around him, and they seem intent on destroying mankind. In a bid to save the world he enlists confused friends to help him and meets people with similar abilities. Skins' Lily Loveless plays Paul's twin sister Anna; Ashes to Ashes' Claire Rushbrook is their mother and Daniel Kaluuya is Paul's friend Mac and Tom Ellis is Mark, a teacher whose wife has gone missing. The six-part series is written by Skins and This is England '86 writer Jack Thorne for BBC Three.moreless
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    Pramface

    Pramface

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    BBC Three
    Pramface is a heart-warming comdedy. The Plot follows 16 year old Jamie and best friend Mike as they finish their final GCSE exams, and head towards the Sixth form party. Meanwhile 18 year old Laura despite her wishes from her parents heads to the party with her best friend Danielle. The following morning Jamie wakes up to realise he and Laura have spent the night together.moreless
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    The Real Hustle (UK)

    The Real Hustle (UK)

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    BBC Three
    Don't think you'd ever fall for a scam? You might be surprised to learn about how sophisticated the con game has become. This British show seeks to illuminate the most popular scams perpetrated by con artists. The purpose of the show is to make viewers aware of and therefore less susceptible to scams and cons.moreless
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    Monkey Dust

    Monkey Dust

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    BBC Three (ended 2005)
    A cutting edge comedy animation painting a fabulously warped satirical view of Britain ... Welcome to your very own urban nightmare - a nocturnal world populated by the sad, the lonely and the emotionally crippled on the wrong side of sunlight. Its' satirical targets range across the whole spectrum of Cruel Britannia from dysfunctional families to heartless government departments. A piece of genuinely brilliant programming. Damn, it feels good to be treated like a grown-up for once. Monkey Dust alone has justified the existence of BBC Three. Dark, compelling and utterly unmissable television. The Observer The smartest thing on television by a million crooked light years. Brilliant satire and crude rudery of the highest order. This is where you go when you graduate from South Park. A.A. Gill The Sunday Times Monkey Dust is a nimble, itchy triggered little guerilla unit of an animated sketch show. It offers the first plausible answer to the question, "What is BBC3 for?" It's also a definitively dystopian portrait of the UK, far more effective in that capacity than Little Britain, which is often funny, but stretches any claim to be more than character comedy. The simple device of farming out strands to different animators keeps Monkey Dust visually fresh, and allows writers Harry Thompson and Shaun Pye to stage jokes that would be impossible in live action. Wish-fulfilment, loathing and the desire for revenge. Three staples of humour. The Mail on Sunday (Yes, that Mail on Sunday) Possibly the best programme of all time. Q Magazine January 2005: Series Three sees the return of old favourites such as Ivan Dobsky the falsely-imprisoned mass-murderer; Omar, Abdul and Shafiq the would-be terrorists from West Bromwich; and the Paedofinder-General now booked for a regular slot. New characters include Fran Chappell an ordinary mum who uses her daughter's disappearance as the springboard to launch a showbiz career, and Noodles the lab rabbit who bounces back like Tom and Jerry from every unpleasant experiment.moreless
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    Liquid News

    Liquid News

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    BBC Three (ended 2004)
    Daily roundup of entertainment news and celebrity gossip, which aired every Monday through to Thursday at Midnight on BBC-3 Christopher Price, the hugely talented presenter of Liquid News died on Monday 22nd April 2002.moreless
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    Clone

    Clone

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    BBC Three
    When a scientist succeeds in creating the first human clone his intention was to produce a prototype supersoldier, but instead is met with a unexpectedly loving personality. Adam Chase (Friends), Ash Atalla (The Office) and The King of Queens alum Rob Schiller are behind this promising multi-camera comedy.

    The show is being produced by the BBC for BBC Three.

    6 episodes have been ordered for season 1.moreless
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    Mongrels

    Mongrels

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    BBC Three
    This puppet sitcom for adults gives voice to a bunch (or should that be pack?) of urban animals who get together in the bin yard of an inner-city pub.
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    Ideal

    Ideal

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    BBC Three
    Ideal stars Johnny Vegas as Moz, a small-time, hash only, drug dealer in Manchester. Each episode is set within the confines of the flat, which he rarely steps out of, he shares with his girlfriend Nicki. He is constantly visited by, and treats with contempt, his varyingly bizarre customers, his supplier (a bent cop only known as PC) and a silent man with a cartoon mask stuck to his head.moreless
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