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    Eternal Law

    Eternal Law

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    From the creators of Life on Mars and Wild at Heart comes a new drama about angels. In Eternal Law, Zak and Tom are sent to York "to both help a community and try to understand the human condition".moreless
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    The Royal

    The Royal

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    ITV (ended 2011)
    The Royal is a British drama series that is a spin-off from the highly successful ITV series Heartbeat. The Royal is set in a small Yorkshire town, Elsinby, in the 1960s. Elsinby neighbours the Heartbeat town of Ashfordly. Each episode is accompanied by a musical score of classic hits from the 1960s. Each episode takes place in the small hospital, The Royal. Among the many staff is Dr. Ormerod, Dr. Weatherill, Sister Brigid and Mr. Rose. Throughout the years many stars have come and gone including Julian Ovenden (Dr. David Cheriton) and Paul Fox (Dr. Jeff Goodwin).moreless
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    Wild at Heart (UK)

    Wild at Heart (UK)

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    This is a British show about Danny Trevanion (Stephen Tompkinson), a Bristol-based veterinarian and his family as they relocate to South Africa to set up a game park. Danny's wife Sarah (Amanda Holden) and her two children Evan (Luke Ward-Wilkinson) and Olivia (Rafaella Hutchinson) joined Danny's child Rosie (Lucy Jo-Hudson) who met Anders Du Plessis (Deon Stewardson) who was already at the park before the Tevanion's bought it. Since the start of series four both Sarah (who died at the end of the third series) and Olivia no longer appear. Previous stars also include Hayley Mills (Caroline) and Jessie Wallace (Amy Kriel). Whilst Dawn Steele (Alice Collins), Juliet Mills (Georgina) and Megan Martell (Charlotte Collins) joined the cast at the start of series 4. The show has aired a series every year since 2006 in the timeslot which is normally occupied with a family orientated show such as Heartbeat, or The Royal. Since series 4, the show moved from 8.00pm to 8.30pm. The series inspired American channel The CW, so much so that they tried out their own version of the series entitled Life Is Wild, the formula however didn't prove as popular with an American audience and the show was cancelled.moreless
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    Identity (UK)

    Identity (UK)

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    Welcome to the Identity guide at TV.com. This six-part drama series followed the newly-formed Identity Unit as it dealt with the increasing problem of identity theft, and other crimes involving assumed identities. The unit was headed up by Detective Superintendent Martha Lawson, and her team included DI John Bloom, a former undercover officer who had not been able to put his past life behind him. Identity was an ITV Studios production.moreless
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    Piers Morgan's Life Stories

    Piers Morgan's Life Stories

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    Former newspaper editor Piers Morgan films intimate interviews with some of the world's best-known A-listers, grilling them about their life.
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    Real Crime

    Real Crime

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    Real Crime with Mark Austin is a documentary series looking at some of the most notorious crimes and criminals in the United Kingdom.
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    Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids

    Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids

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    Welcome to the Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids guide at TV.com. Grizzly Tales for Gruesome Kids is a children's horror anthology series. The show is based on stories by Jaime Rix.moreless
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    Married Single Other

    Married Single Other

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    Lucy Davis (The Office) and Ralf Little (The Royle Family) team up to create a new comedy drama which explores the lives of three couples at different stages of their relationships. The six-part series will be filmed in Leeds and is one of the ITV1's drama highlights for 2009.moreless
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    Keith Lemon's LemonAid

    Keith Lemon's LemonAid

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    Comedian Keith Lemon wants to help people out. Each week on LemonAid he meets real people, and his own zany way he tries to help them out.
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    Inside Story

    Inside Story

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    ITV (ended 1986)
    British mini-series
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    Vera

    Vera

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    Brenda Blethyn headlines ITV's new detective drama as workaholic Detective Chief Inspector Stanhope. The TV series is adapted from the Vera Stanhope novels by Ann Cleeves.
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    Injustice

    Injustice

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    ITV (ended 2011)
    Injustice was a five-part ITV1 drama that followed a barrister, William Travers (James Purefoy) who had lost faith in the legal system but ended up getting involved in a new case. The series was written by Anthony Horowitz (Collision) and directed by Colm McCarthy.moreless
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    This Morning

    This Morning

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    Since 1988 This Morning has brought smiles to millions of housewives and husbands, with its mix of current affairs, celebrity gossip, food, wine, clothes, TV and anything else going on in the world. The show is currently in its 22nd series and was completely relaunched ahead of its start, as for the first time in some years it took 6 weeks off. From the weekend of Saturday 20th March 2010, the show began airing 7 days week, with additional episodes airing on the weekends This Morning: Saturday and This Morning: Sunday, featuring highlights of the weeks shows and new content, hosted by regular hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. Between Series 1 and Series 13 (1988 - 2001), husband and wife team Richard Madeley & Judy Finigan hosted, however from 1998 Fridays were hosted between Caron Keating & Ross Kelly (Series 10) and John Leslie & Fern Britton (Series 11). When Richard & Judy departed, originally Coleen Nolan and Twiggy hosted Mondays to Thursdays and John & Fern took over on Fridays. When the viewing figures dropped considerably, Coleen & Twiggy were replaced permanently by John & Fern. In 2002 when certain allegations were made in the press about John, he was dismissed and replaced by Phillip Schofield. In 2003 (Series 15) Lorraine Kelly joined the team replacing Fern on Mondays and Fridays, allowing her more time with her family. In 2006 (Series 18) Lorraine left the show to concentrate on her show on GMTV, meaning Phil & Fern presented Monday to Thursday and Eamonn Holmes & Ruth Langsford presented on a Friday. Ruth & Eamonn also have presented on school holidays since joining the show. At the end of series 21, a pay dispute led to Fern Britton leaving the show and when it returned for its new look in September 2009, Holly Willoughby took over Mondays to Thursdays.moreless
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    Penn & Teller: Fool Us

    Penn & Teller: Fool Us

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    Magicians perform in front of a crowd to see if they can fool well-known illusionists Penn and Teller (who'll be hidden in the audience). If they can, they win a five star trip to Las Vegas where they'll perform alongside Penn & Teller. The one-off 90 minute pilot broadcast in January 2011 led to an eight part series beingcommissioned later in the same year. In June 2012 it was announced that the series had been cancelled.moreless
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    Kidnap and Ransom

    Kidnap and Ransom

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    Trevor Eve stars as Dominic King, an international hostage negotiator who fights for the release of kidnap victims. The three-part series is produced by 24's Patrick Harbinson and is filming for the first episode in South Africa.moreless
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    Life of Crime

    Life of Crime

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    ITV (ended 2013)
    Life of Crime tracks the career and personal life of police officer Denise Woods, from an idealistic young WPC who joins the Metropolitan Police Service in 1985, to a senior officer with everything to lose. Life of Crime is an Ecosse Films production for ITV.moreless
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    All Star Mr. & Mrs.

    All Star Mr. & Mrs.

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    Phillip Schofield and Fern Britton host as each week three celebrities with their partners compete against each other to try and win money for a charity of their choice. Each couple receives a carriage clock whether they reach the final or not. After a break in 2011, CPL Productions announced in March 2012 that the series would return later the same year presented solely by Phillip Schofield.moreless
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    GMTV with Lorraine

    GMTV with Lorraine

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    ITV (ended 2010)
    Lorraine Kelly first began her show Top of the Morning on a Monday-Friday at 8.50am. In March, when the main show's GMTV anchor, Fiona Armstrong walked out, Lorraine moved to the GMTV slot and Fern Britton hosted Top of the Morning. When the station relaunched in April 1994, the programme was shortened by ten minutes, beginning at 9.00am. In September 1994 the show changed it's name to Nine O'Clock Live. The show proved so popular that it moved to the earlier 8.35am slot and was re-titled Lorraine Live. In the Autumn of 2000, to correspond with the earlier changes in the year to the GMTV setup, LK Today launched, the show contineud using the title up until it's latest series which began on January the 5th, were it's name changed to GMTV with Lorraine. Although the format of the show hasn't changed, the biggest change yet has happened with the shows latest incarnation, as Lorraine moves into the main GMTV studio, instead of having her own part of the studio to host from. The Show features the latest fashion, food and celebrity gossip. Their's also regular specialist guests, who make regular appearances. The show airs between Monday and Thursday from 8.35am to 9.25am.moreless
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    OK! TV

    OK! TV

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    Originally a documentary style show on ITV1 hosted by Fiona Phillips (with a team boasting Twiggy, Nigel Havers, Patsy Palmer & Tracie Bennett) the show aired once a week on Friday nights. The show then returned as a regular slot hosted by Jeff Brazier and various other presenters on This Morning. After Richard Desmond's takeover of five in 2010, he decided to axe magazine show Live from Studio Five in favour of bringing back the OK! TV format. Originally Matt Johnson and Denise Van Outen were announced as the hosts of the show, however Denise pulled out at the last minute, so LFSF host Kate Walsh took on the role. With the launch of Celebrity Big Brother launching within August 2011, the show relocated to Elstree studios and rebranded with new hosts Jeff Brazier and Jenny Frost on August 17th 2011. Channel five then returned to ITN as it's news provider, thus the Sky produced OK! TV was cancelled and it's last episode aired on December 16th 2011.moreless
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    Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

    Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway

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    The show is hosted by the comedic duo Ant & Dec, and typically runs for two series of 6-10 episodes a year. Each episode is approximately 1 hour which advert breaks. The variety show's primary focus is the chance for those in the audience to "Grab The Ads" - win the items featured in a given commercial break on ITV1 during the past week - but to pad the show out, there are many other (mostly comedy-based) sections such as "Ant and Dec Undercover", "Little Ant and Dec" and "What's Next?". Episodes also regularly feature a musical guest.moreless
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