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    Talk to Me

    Talk to Me

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    A brand new ITV drama which chronicles the relationships of London-based thirty-somethings. Talk to Me is focused on popular loose-living Mitch who hosts a late night radio show where he dishes out advise on relationships. Sadly for him, his own are not going quite so well. His co-worker and best friend Woody is finally getting married to his partner of eight years, Claire. But Mitch is secretly in love with Claire, so someone will always be suffering. Mitch's sister Kelly is involved in an unfulfilled marriage with Scott. She wants a baby but he thinks his accidental daughter Charlotte is already one-too-many. This unhappiness pushes Kelly, a secondary school teacher, dangerously close to a young male pupil, Aaron.moreless
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    Murder City

    Murder City

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Welcome to the Murder City guide at TV.com. Murder City is yet another police drama with a mismatched duo at its heart. The pair solve challenging homicide cases with very different but critical investigation techniques.moreless
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    The Jewel in the Crown

    The Jewel in the Crown

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    ITV (ended 1984)
    This award winning mini-series is an adaptation of Paul Scott's Raj Quartet, and tells the epic story of men and women caught up in a struggle of race and class during the last five years of British rule in India.moreless
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    Demons

    Demons

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    ITV (ended 2009)
    This six-part drama series gives a contemporary spin on the legacy of Bram Stoker's Dracula. Philip Glenister (Life on Mars, Ashes to Ashes) stars as Rupert Galvin, who, along with his godson and friends, fights the demons walking the streets of London. Demons was a Shine production for ITV.moreless
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    Jericho (UK)

    Jericho (UK)

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    ITV (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the guide to Jericho at TV.com. Set in London in 1958, this series of feature-length dramas stars Robert Lindsay as Detective Inspector Michael Jericho of Scotland Yard. Jericho is the Fabian of this reality, an accomplished detective enjoying celebrity status. He is assisted by faithful friend and colleague Detective Sergeant Clive Harvey (David Troughton) and the young and ambitious Detective Constable John Caldicott (Ciaran McMenamin). The series reflects the turbulent times of social upheaval of metropolitan Britain in the late 1950s, and is brought lovingly to life, with period costumes, vehicles and buildings.moreless
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    Brideshead Revisited

    Brideshead Revisited

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    ITV (ended 1981)
    Welcome to the Brideshead Revisited guide at TV.com. Based on a book by Evelyn Waugh, this series is a lament for an aristocratic England which at the end of the 1939-45 War seemed to be vanishing for ever. Charles Ryder, a wartime British Army captain, is posted to Brideshead Castle and remembers his doomed pre-war love affairs there - first with Lord Sebastian Flyte, later with his sister Julia. Filmed on locations which included Castle Howard, Yorkshire (as Brideshead Castle), Oxford, Venice, Malta, and the transatlantic liner Queen Elizabeth, the budget for the eleven episodes was compared to that for a string of feature films. The result was spectacular - in Mike Scott's words, "every frame a Rembrandt". The series is available on VHS and DVD and has a total length of 750 minutes. Awards: Brideshead Revisited took three BAFTA Awards in 1982 (Best Drama Series, Best Film Sound, and Best Actor - for Anthony Andrews) and had six other BAFTA nominations in the same year. In the USA, it received two Golden Globe Awards, and Jeremy Irons was nominated for a third for his portrayal of Charles Ryder.moreless
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    Vincent

    Vincent

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    ITV (ended 2006)
    Welcome to the Vincent guide at TV.com. Private investigator Vincent Gallagher is a passionate, headstrong man who sometimes forgets that he's running a business and not a crusade. He's a workaholic who always goes the extra mile. Each episode has a self-contained storyline with the regular characters delving into the dangerous world of crime, often working outside the law, much to the irritation of the police.moreless
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    Callan

    Callan

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    ITV (ended 1972)
    Welcome to the Callan guide at TV.com.

    David Callan, only good at one thing, well maybe two, killing people and collecting toy soldiers. He worked for a secret government agency called the Section under Hunter, head of the Section. The Section's speciality was 'disposing' of people through bribery, frame-ups, blackmail and very often death.

    Callan was a solitary figure whose only, and sometimes reluctant, ally was a smelly snivelling small-time crook called Lonely. He defied his superiors on more than one occasion and became a liability to them because he cared too much. The Section itself had often tried to rid themselves of Callan, permanently, but ended up relying on his expertise or being out-maneuvered by it.

    After a successful pilot, a series was commissioned and ran to four seasons, the latter two in colour. There was also a feature film, Callan (1974) and a one-off TV film, Wet Job in 1981.moreless
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    The Buccaneers

    The Buccaneers

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    ITV (ended 1957)
    Swashbuckling UK Export Of The Mid-50s –

    Robert Shaw stars in this well-made, rousing British adventure series of the mid-50s. Taking place in the early 18th century, in the British Caribbean colony of New Providence (The Bahamas), episodes revolved around ex-pirate raider Dan Tempest (Shaw), who has accepted a pardon from King George, and the job of defending the islands, in his trusty ship 'The Sultana', along with a rag-tag, but hearty Crew of reformed ex-buccaneers, also pardoned by The King.

    For the first two thirds of the run of the series, Peter Hammond appears, as Lieutenant Edward Beamish, of The Royal Navy. Left in charge of New Providence, by original Colonial Governor Woodes Rogers, the young, efficient, but inexperienced Beamish works together with Tempest in the fight against not only the various pirate raiders who still plague the Caribbean, but against the Spaniards, with whom, the British are at war. Some episodes found Tempest, Beamish, and the Crew of the Sultana facing the infamous pirate known as Blackbeard, and at other times, outwitting the devious Van Brugh – A rich, greedy New Providence plantation owner who often consorted with the various shady characters who came to the island, from time to time. For the concluding third of it's run, the series assumed a slightly different format, with Tempest and Crew sailing off the Eastern seaboard of the continental Colonies, dealing with various sinister elements, sometimes returning to their old buccaneering ways, as they helped the Colonial Farmers and Merchants in a kind of Robin Hood-like fashion.

    Produced by Weinstein Productions, and Sapphire Films, Ltd.., and filmed entirely at Twickenham Studios, in London, The Buccaneers was soon brought to the USA by CBS, who premiered it on the evening Saturday, September 22nd, 1956, at 7:30 PM, EST. Despite it's overall good quality, however, it didn't catch on with the viewing public. Scheduled opposite NBC's popular People Are Funny, it was cancelled after a single 39-episode season, and it's last prime time telecast was on September 14th, 1957. It was replaced, the following week, by the soon-to-be phenomenally popular Perry Mason.

    With a dependable supporting cast – Which included a kind of repertory company of players, who appeared often, in various roles – Excellent sets, costumes, acceptable-for-the-time special effects, and plenty of action – Including expert swordplay – This well written and directed sea-going, swashbuckling adventure series is well worth a look.moreless
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    Ladette to Lady

    Ladette to Lady

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    If you or someone you know can throw a kegger but can't throw a tea party, send them to Eggleston Hall Finishing School for a five week crash course in etiquette. ITV airs this series which inspired Donald Trump's Lady or a Tramp.moreless
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    See You Friday

    See You Friday

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    ITV (ended 1997)
    Greg and Lucy meet on the final night of their separate holidays in Greece. They want to see one another again, but he lives in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and she is based in London. Over the coming weeks, they attempt to maintain a long-distance romance, taking it in turns to travel every Friday. See You Friday was a Yorkshire Television production for the ITV network.moreless
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    Bramwell

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    ITV (ended 1998)
    Bramwell is a drama series about a woman doctor in late-Victorian London, and her struggle to gain acceptance in a virtually all-male profession. It was the brainchild of Lucy Gannon (creator of Soldier Soldier and Peak Practice), together with Bramwell's producers, Harriet Davison and Tim Whitby.moreless
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    Love in a Cold Climate

    Love in a Cold Climate

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    ITV (ended 2001)
    Welcome to the Love in a Cold Climate guide at TV.com. There are two versions of this mini series. The first was first broadcast in the UK in 1980 and is Season 1 here at TV.com. The second version was broadcast in 2001 (season 2) The show serializes Nancy Mitford's books The Pursuit of Love and Love in a Cold Climate - fictionalized accounts, from the 1920s to the war years of the 1940s, of the youth and love-life of a circle of English debs based on the famous Mitford sisters, Nancy, Jessica, Unity, Diana and Deborah. The central characters of the series are Linda, Louisa and Jassy Radlett, their parents Lord and Lady Alconleigh (otherwise Uncle Matt and Aunt Sadie, memorably played by Michael Aldridge and Judi Dench), the Radletts' cousin Fanny Logan (who lives with them because her mother, 'The Bolter', runs off with a variety of men) and their friend Lady Polly Hampton, daughter of a Viceroy of India. Because Polly (Rosalyn Landor) is an only child, her father's ancient titles and great estates will go to a distant Canadian cousin, Cedric Hampton (Michael Cochrane), believed to be some kind of lumberjack. However, the long-lost Cedric comes as a great surprise when he arrives. The show arrived on screens in the U.S. in 1982 and was also successfully exported to dozens of other countries.moreless
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    Stay Lucky

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    ITV (ended 1993)
    Welcome to the Stay Lucky guide at TV.com. Yorkshire TV comedy drama series. Cockney drifter Thomas Gynn, after tangling with crooks ends up in Yorkshire where he teams up with narrowboat owning Sally Hardcastle in a series of adventures. John Lively runs a junkyard beside a canal in Yorkshire. He turns out to be a very sympathetic character in his interactions with a young runaway, Pippa, who he has taken in and sheltered.moreless
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    Capital City

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    ITV (ended 1990)
    Welcome to the Capital City guide at TV.com; British dramatic series
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    Paradise Postponed

    Paradise Postponed

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    ITV (ended 1986)
    Welcome to the Paradise Postponed guide at TV.com. This British series, based on books by John Mortimer, follows the rise of Leslie Titmuss from humble beginnings in the 1950s to Tory cabinet minister in the 1980s. The rise of the slippery Titmuss is contrasted with the more modest progress of his neighbours, the intellectual Simcoxes and the aristocratic Fanners. This listing also takes in the spin-off mini-series Titmuss Regained (1991).moreless
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    Murder Investigation Team

    Murder Investigation Team

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    ITV (ended 2005)
    Welcome to the Murder Investigation Team guide at TV.com. Each episode began with the discovery of a body and followed the investigation as it unfolded. The team used all the resources at their disposal from the latest forensic techniques, victimology, criminal psychology as well as their own sharp wits, to deliver on their duty to the public and to catch the killers. The series provided a contemporary take on the murder genre and delivered a strong sense of what a murder investigation was really like. From the second series, extended episodes allowed the on-screen development of the complex relationships between the four main characters - DI Trevor Hands, DS Rosie MacManus, DC Eva Sharpe and DCI Anita Wishart - as they dealt with the stresses and strains of working in this highly-charged environment.moreless
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    The Mallens

    The Mallens

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    ITV (ended 1979)
    British dramatic series
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    The Flying Doctor

    The Flying Doctor

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    ITV (ended 1960)
    The Flying Doctor, a British Drama/Action series that rolled the stories of Dr. Greg Graham (The Flying Doctor), and his team, Mary Meredith (the nurse), Dr. Jim Harrison (the blind Dr.), Charley Wood (the pilot), and Alec MacLeod (the Radio Operator), as they answer medical calls and fly around the country and even across seas, to help the ones in need. During their adventures, they learn a thing or two about life, deal with different society levels, and have to take care of themselves more than once.
    The Flying Doctor is based on a Radio program on the BBC that broadcasted the experiences of a flying medical team.moreless
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    The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

    The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes

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    ITV (ended 1973)
    Welcome to The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes at TV.com. This British show dramatized twenty-six stories by writers of more or less the same era as Sherlock Holmes. They were all popular in their day, but are less well known today. Each episode stands alone and has its own cast, all from the top drawer of British acting talent. The show is in colour but is not available on DVD - while a very high quality production in its day, definitely of the standard required by the later US compendium Mystery, The Rivals of Sherlock Holmes is almost forgotten now.moreless
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