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    Doc Martin

    Doc Martin

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    Martin Clunes stars in Doc Martin, a brand new comedy drama, as a doctor whose truculence and tactless manner causes mayhem in a small Cornish community. Martin plays surgeon Martin Ellingham, whose glittering career comes crashing down around him when he develops a phobia which prevents him conducting operations. He makes a life changing decision to retrain as a GP, and applies for a vacant post in the sleepy Cornish hamlet of Portwenn, where he spent childhood holidays. If the patients are expecting tea and sympathy from their curmudgeonly GP they are going to be disappointed. Despite his surgical brilliance, he has no personal skills, and his understanding of humans is practically non existent. Martin is joined by a prestigious cast which includes Stephanie Cole as his Aunt Joan, who provides him with emotional support in the face of the disquiet among the villagers. Caroline Catz plays pretty primary school teacher Louisa Glasson. Doc Martin is attracted to her, but he is hopeless at personal relationships.moreless
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    Agatha Christie's Marple

    Agatha Christie's Marple

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    Welcome to the Agatha Christie's Marple guide at TV.com. Geraldine McEwan (series 1-3) and Julia McKenzie (from series 4) star in the latest TV adaption of Agatha Christie's Miss Marple stories. Following in the footsteps of Gracie Fields, Margaret Rutherford, Angela Lansbury, Helen Hayes and Joan Hickson, Geraldine McEwan brought the part of the elderly amateur sleuthwith an extraordinary knack of solving crimes back to the small screen in 2004. The series is based on the Miss Marple stories by Agatha Christie. Early episodes were adapted from Miss Marple novels and short stories, while later episodes see the character of Miss Marple inserted into other works by Agatha Christie. Opinions diverged as to McEwan's suitability to the role, while changes made to give the stories a more modern edge proved controversial. Despite this, the series proved popular and attracted large viewing figures in the UK and around the world. After the completion of filming of the third series, Geraldine McEwan decided to retire from the role, and the part of Miss Marple was awarded to Julia McKenzie. A documentary entitled Behind The Scenes: Agatha Christie's Marple was shown on ITV3 after the final episode of the first series. The documentary is available on the DVD release of the first series. Agatha Christie's Marple is co-produced by ITV Studios and Agatha Christie Ltd.moreless
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    Mr. Bean

    Mr. Bean

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    ITV (ended 1995)
    Mr. Bean is a comedy show about a man whose whole life is one funny situation after another. He hardly talks, but words are not needed. Everything he does is funny. From playing golf, going to the dentist, and going to church. Mr. Bean is a grown man, but he acts like a child. He has a stuffed bear named Teddy that he carries around with him all the time. This show is full of laugh after laugh!moreless
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    Harry Hill's TV Burp

    Harry Hill's TV Burp

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    ITV (ended 2012)
    BAFTA winning comedian Harry Hill takes us on a surreal ride around the past week on television in the UK. He parodies scenes from popular programmes such as "Eastenders", "Coronation Street" and "Life on Mars", and presents his own unique and sometimes bizarre observations which regularly succeeds in making the audience laugh out loud. After over ten years and eleven series, Harry decided to call it a day on the popular series in 2012.moreless
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    Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

    Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

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    ITV (ended 2003)
    Mr. Bean, star of film and television, is back -- but this time he's a cartoon hero, appearing in a new series of hilarious animated adventures! This show actually appears on NickToons TV but is not listed and used to show on ITV1 when it was first aired. Mr. Bean is a daft man living in an apartment with an old landlady called Mrs. Wicket, who is cold-hearted and always grumpy, and always seems to break something of Mr. Bean's. Luckily, Mr. Bean has Teddy, his loving compainion who he treats as a pet and always takes him wherever he goes. Mr. Bean also has his "girlfriend" Irma Gobb, who Mr. Bean doesn't treat well. Join Mr. Bean in 10 minute long episodes as he gets into many crazy scrapes and adventures like traffic problems, theft and losing Teddy!moreless
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    William and Mary

    William and Mary

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    William Shawcross' (Martin Clunes) search for love is complicated by his job - not many women want to date an undertaker!Mary is a divorced mother of two boys has a more ambivalent approach to the whole idea of dating. But she is cautiously prepared to give it a go to find the right man. William and Mary is the story of how these two people meet and fall in love while life throws various challenges at them that test their devotion to each other. Will their love survive?moreless
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    The Palace

    The Palace

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    A young prince of 24 ascends to the throne after the untimely death of his father, King James III, in this modern-day drama about power, lies and politics.
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    Benidorm

    Benidorm

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    Join a group of holiday-makers at an all-inclusive resort in sunny Spain as they work to get the most value for their money. An all-star cast promises big laughs from this ITV series.moreless
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    Cold Feet

    Cold Feet

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    Cold Feet is about three couples. Adam Williams (Systems Analyst; James Nesbit) and Rachel Bradley (Helen Baxendale) start the series about a year and six or so weeks into their relationship. The pilot shows this couple coming together. Jenny (Fay Ripley) and Pete Gifford (John Thomson) are a married couple that start the series with the birth of their first child. Karen (Hermione Norris) and David Marsden (Robert Bathurst) are another married couple, and when the series starts they already have a child, and are thinking of having another. The three couples end up friends after going through the "friends of friends" process. Jenny, Pete and Adam are friends, and Adam's relationship with Rachel pulls Karen (Rachel's friend) and David (Karen's husband) into the friends relationship.moreless
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    My Parents Are Aliens

    My Parents Are Aliens

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Mel, Josh and Lucy Barker have been in foster care since their parents died, and have survived being shoved around into various new families. But this time they've ended up in the care of two aliens, Sophie and Brian, who have recently landed on earth. Now it's up to the children to keep their foster parents' real identities secret whilst dealing with the normal problems of everyday life.

    A Granada Production for Children's ITV.

    Awards & Nominations

    2001: RTS Awards: won Best Children's Drama Banff Television Festival: won Best Children's Programme for episode "The Family Way"

    2002: RTS Awards: won Best Children's Fiction Programme for episode "Enter the Duck"

    2003: BAFTA Awards: Best Drama.moreless
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    Barrymore

    Barrymore

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    ITV (ended 2000)
    Michael Barrymore fronted this entertainment series in the mid nineties featuring members of the public performing at shopping centres with guest appearances from well known celebrities. The successful format led to the commissioning of My Kind of People which had a similar premise. After a two year break the series returned in the 2000 in a format more akin to the chat show which ran for a single six episode run.moreless
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    Mumbai Calling

    Mumbai Calling

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    Kenny Gupta (Sanjeev Bhaskar), a British-born Indian, is sent on a transfer to Mumbai, India to work in the Teknobable call center. When arriving in India however, Kenny soon realises that the manager, Dev, is using the office to fund his own side business. Mumbai Calling is the first locally produced series for HBO India. A full series has been ordered by ITV1.moreless
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    Monday Monday

    Monday Monday

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    The head office staff at a struggling supermarket chain, Butterworths, are forced to re-locate miles from their friends, families, and familiarities. The show follows head of Human Relations, Christine (Fay Ripley) and her assistant Sally (Morven Christie) and their day to day life within the office. The seven part series aired from July to August in 2009 on ITV1.moreless
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    Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown

    Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Holly & Stephen's Saturday Showdown takes place in Holly & Stephen's flat. Every week there will be a showdown between boys & girls and whoever has the most point come out on top. Celebrity Guests pop in to help around the flat, and there's also fun with Ray & The Hyenas.moreless
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    It'll Be Alright on the Night

    It'll Be Alright on the Night

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    Denis Norden and his clipboard present a range of outtakes from television shows from the past five decades in front of a studio audience (some specials were presented from the most bizarre of locations including an empty Drury Lane theatre!). Following a farewell show in 2007, comedian Griff Rhys-Jones took over from 2008, this time without a clipboard.moreless
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    Shane (2004)

    Shane (2004)

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    ITV (ended 2004)
    Frank Skinner stars in his own sitcom as Shane, a wise-cracking and politically unreconstructed minicab driver who's swiftly becoming a disappointment to his wife, an embarrassment to his teenage kids, and a liability to his employers. Shane and wife Myrtle now seem to stay together simply for the mutual pleasure they get from their arguments, which has replaced the love that each still feels lurks in their fractious relationship. Meanwhile, Shane has reached the age where his views and opinions create nothing but embarrassment for his two children, especially feisty 16-year-old Velma, who has just discovered feminism and is determined to correct her unenlightened and out-of-touch father at every opportunity. Emotionally exiled from his home, many of Shane's evenings are spent in his local pub, The Four Feathers, chewing the fat with his boss Bazza or directing the fondness his wife now spurns towards barmaid Sheila.moreless
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    Lily Live

    Lily Live

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    ITV (ended 2001)
    British sitcom