A moving, intimate, funny and, above all, true-to-life look at the colourful stories of midwifery and families in East London in the Fifties, based on the best-selling memoirs of the late Jennifer Worth.
Based on the internationally best-selling Nicci French novel, a drama about grief, infedility and mystery.
For the first time ever, UKTV will be airing a bespoke Glastonbury special, taking viewers to the heart of the action of this iconic British event.
A true comedy masterpiece, everyone loves Fawlty Towers – except the poor abused guests. Since it first screened mid 1970’s, it has become cult viewing in many countries around the world!
Boy George has made more than a few headlines, but the years before his Top of the Pops debut in 1982 are less well-known. Learn his story from the poverty beginnings to the icon of today.
Set in a picturesque farming village of the Yorkshire Dales, this series can only be described as a big hit in the UK.
Long ago Lionel, a dashing young British Army officer met Jean, a lovely student nurse and fell deeply in love. When Lionel was shipped off to fight in the Korean War the two lost touch. Now they meet again and slowly begin to rekindle their romance.
The BRIT Awards is the most anticipated night of the British music industry calendar. 2013 promises a star-studded evening featuring unique collaborations from the biggest names in the business.
Join the colourful characters living in the town of Weatherfield in the world’s longest running tv soap
It's Maria, Luke & Clyde's first day at school. The friends soon make a discovery: the Slitheen have disguised themselves as teachers as part of a deadly plan.
Casualty is set in Accident & Emergency department of Holby City Hospital and is never short of action. This series the department are reeling from a tragic train crash, a new Paediatric Specialist and two new nurses join the team and as always there is unexpected romance.
An intimate and revealing biopic of Britain's first mixed race singing star, Shirley Bassey, charting her early career from her humble roots in 1930s Wales to her rise to international stardom in the 1960s.
The dysfunctional Harpers grace audiences with another season of familial hysterics.
The story of the five young women murdered in Ipswich in the winter of 2006.
The League of Gentlemen is set in the fictional location of Royston Vasey, an isolated, dead-end and rather odd provincial town somewhere in the north of England.The lives of its inhabitants unfold and interweave in darkly comic scenes, so that hilarious sketches become part of a developing black-comedy soap.