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  • A Touch Of Frost

    A Touch Of Frost

    A Touch Of Frost, one of Britain`s most successful television dramas. Inspector Jack Frost is an unconventional policeman with a sympathy for the underdog and an instinct for moral justice.

  • New Tricks

    New Tricks

    Superintendent Sandra Pullman and her Unsolved Crime and Open Case Squad return for a fifth series of New Tricks.

  • EastEnders


    Follow the twists and turns of Albert Square; from marriage to murder, break-ups to meltdowns, EastEnders has viewers on the edge of their seats time and again.

  • Coronation Street

    Coronation Street

    Join the colourful characters living in the town of Weatherfield in the world’s longest running tv soap

  • The Graham Norton Show

    The Graham Norton Show

    Celebrate the weird and wonderful world of Graham Norton!

  • Absolutely Fabulous

    Absolutely Fabulous

    Edina runs a fashion agency, wears designer clothes, and lives the life of a jetsetter. Her friend Patsy smokes like a chimney, drinks like a fish and dresses like a dream. Life would be one long party if only Edina’s boring daughter Saffy would stop complaining and start joining in.

  • Emmerdale


    Set in a picturesque farming village of the Yorkshire Dales, this series can only be described as a big hit in the UK.

  • Extras


    Everyones favorite 'extra' Andy Millman has made it to the big time with the lead role in his very own sitcom! But it’s not exactly the role of his dreams…

  • Midsomer Murders

    Midsomer Murders

    Mystery and mayhem are once again the order of the day as DCI Tom Barnaby and DC Ben Jones uncover more murders in Midsomer.

  • Ballykissangel


    Ballykissangel is a small, rural village in the heart of the Irish countryside, where life revolves around the local church and its next door neighbor and rival, the village pub. It's the kind of town where everyone knows everyone else, and where any matter in dispute is settled by taking bets on the outcome.

  • Doctors


    Heston helps a bride-to-be who is keen to read her late father's speech at her wedding.

  • Hollyoaks


    The McQueen's world is rocked when a mystery bundle arrives with no explanation. Meanwhile, on her first Christmas without Rhys, Jacqui's emotions run wild as she makes a heart-breaking discovery.

  • BlackAdder


    This cult programme is a must watch thanks to clever plots, razor sharp dialogue and superb acting from a brilliant cast which includes Atkinson, Robinson, McInnerny, Fry and Laurie.

  • Eggheads


    Each day a new panel of challengers pit their skill against the resident champions, the Eggheads, who are all previous winners of other TV quiz shows to try to win prize money.

  • QI


    A comedy panel quiz where being Quite Interesting is more important than being right. Hosted by Stephen Fry.

  • Watson & Oliver

    Watson & Oliver

    Welcome to Lorna & Ingrid's sketch show which starts badly when Lorna arrives without trousers. Meet characters like Candy & April the Playboy Bunnies and Pat & Jean an inmate & prison guard.

  • The Mighty Boosh

    The Mighty Boosh

    Having broken out of the Zoo-Niverse, Vince and Howard are free to embark on new adventures.

  • Rev


    Meet The Rev. Adam Smallbone. He’s a Church of England Vicar, newly promoted from a sleepy rural parish to the busy, inner-city world of St Saviour’s in Hackney, East London. It’s a world he has no experience of. And it shows. It really shows.

  • Prime Suspect

    Prime Suspect

    It's been seven years since internationally acclaimed actress and twice Academy Award winner Helen Mirren nabbed her last killer as Inspector Jane Tennison. Now, she's back, older, wiser, and stubbornly refusing to retire as her upstart male colleagues suggest.

  • Whitechapel


    Fast tracker DI Joseph Chandler is posted to Whitechapel by Commander Anderson to lead the investigation into the murder of a woman, the final step before promotion. But the case does not turn out as straightforward as Chandler had hoped.

  • Bad Education

    Bad Education

    Parents' evening is a nightmare unlike any other for Alfie, and today he's also got a pile of mock exams to mark before fierce deputy headmistress Pickwell fails his entire class.

  • The League Of Gentlemen

    The League Of Gentlemen

    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.

  • Doctor Who Confidential

    Doctor Who Confidential

  • Waiting For God

    Waiting For God

    Tom and Diana continue to be rebel senior citizens determined to squeeze the most from life before meeting their Maker. This week the duo also take up counselling for the dying.

  • Foyle's War

    Foyle's War

    Its July 1945 and the war in Europe is over.

  • The Hour

    The Hour

    The Hour is a breathtakingly original, sexy thriller that takes us behind the scenes of a news room in London during the mid-1950s, with a highly competitive and passionate love triangle at its heart.

  • Casualty


    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.

  • Lewis


    The much loved Oxford policeman Lewis is once again joined by his young partner DS Hathaway. And as the relationship between Inspector and Sergeant grows and develops we see new sides to the inimitable duo.

  • Never Mind The Buzzcocks

    Never Mind The Buzzcocks

    For the first time ever on Australian television, UKTV proudly brings music quiz Buzzcocks to the screen.

  • Vicar Of Dibley

    Vicar Of Dibley

    Everybody's favourite village vicar returns in these two special length episodes. Geraldine is fed up with Townies buying weekend cottages in the village... until she meets one of them. Could handsome Harry be Mr Right?

  • The Bill

    The Bill

    THE BILL follows the daily lives of the men and women at Sun Hill Police Station, as they fight against crime on the streets of London.

  • Case Sensitive

    Case Sensitive

    Olivia Williams and Darren Boyd star in this adaptation of the award-winning novel from Sophie Hannah, a story of identity, guilt and the dark side of motherhood.

  • The Fades

    The Fades

    Paul struggles with home and 6th form life as apocalyptic visions haunt his dreams and a supernatural creature stalks his home town. When he crosses paths with an outcast loner called Neil who can explain what Paul's seeing, his life is transformed.

  • Live at the Apollo

    Live at the Apollo

    Cutting edge stand-up comedy from the world famous Hammersmith Apollo. Chatty Man Alan Carr introduces, in his own inimitable style, sets from the fabulous Andi Osho and the always magnificent Patrick Kielty.

  • Inspector Morse

    Inspector Morse

    Oxford’s most famous export, the unique character of Endeavour Morse, has proven to be one of the world’s most popular detective dramas. Follow the adventures of the cantankerous Morse and his devoted to detail, side kick Lewis as they travel Europe solving bizarre mysteries.

  • Heartbeat


    Join characters like PC Mike Brady, Sergeant Craddock and Dr Summerbee, in the cosey village of Aidensfiled, where drama occurs day to day for the locals and police force.

  • Doctor Who

    Doctor Who

    Join the Doctor for adventures in Space and Time

  • Would I Lie To You?

    Would I Lie To You?

    Hosted by Rob Brydon, with team captains David Mitchell and Lee Mack, this hit panel show sees celebrity guests reveal amazing stories, some true, some not. The aim is to fool the opposition into mistaking fact for fiction or vice versa.

  • Moone Boy

    Moone Boy

  • Little Britain

    Little Britain

    The boys are back! Series 3 of the ultimate catchphrase comedy sees the welcome return of some favourite characters as well as an array of peculiar new faces.

  • An Idiot Abroad

    An Idiot Abroad

    Karl faces the Pyramids as he heads to Egypt to once again share his unique insight on yet another Wonder. Starring Ricky Gervais, Stephen Merchant and Karl Pilkington.

  • Call the Midwife

    Call the Midwife

    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.

  • The Inbetweeners

    The Inbetweeners

    It's former private school boy, Will's first day at his new local comprehensive school. Things are off to a rough start as he hastily makes enemies out of his head of sixth form and the school psycho.

  • Inspector George Gently

    Inspector George Gently

    When the body of a young woman is found murdered, Gently and Bacchus investigate a family with unimaginable secrets. But the investigation reveals far more alarming truths.

  • Stella


    Stella decides to have a bit of fun in daughter Emma's bedroom, trying on her clothes and playing with make-up. But the fun comes to an abrupt halt when she makes a startling discovery.

  • Doc Martin

    Doc Martin

    Martin Clunes is back as the irritable Dr Martin Ellingham causing more mayhem in the sleepy Cornish fishing village of Portwern.

  • Scott & Bailey

    Scott & Bailey

    Angry at being dumped by married lover Nick, Rachel joins Janet to investigate the murder, made to resemble a suicide, of Emel Yilmaz, a pregnant teenaged Turkish girl.

  • Miranda


    Miranda isn't your average girly girl and she seems to be a constant disappointment to her mother Penny (Patricia Hodge) who keeps trying to set her up with potential suitors, regardless of whether they are related to Miranda or not.

  • Death in Paradise

    Death in Paradise

    When a British cop is found murdered in a locked room on the tiny island paradise of Saint-Marie, Detective Inspector Richard Poole is sent to investigate. He's the perfect man to solve the case - if he didn't hate sun, sea and sand.

  • Grandma's House

    Grandma's House

    About His Important Decision. Simon Amstell plays a version of himself - a television presenter searching for something more meaningful to do with his life.

  • The Suspicions of Mr Whicher

    The Suspicions of Mr Whicher

    Set in 1860, this gripping true story of murder, psychological suspense and courtroom drama is based on Kate Summerscale's best selling factual novel.

  • Friday Night Dinner

    Friday Night Dinner

    Jackie and Martin are having a clear-out, but Martin is reluctant to throw away his old magazines and ropes in Jonny to hide the stash back at his flat. Meanwhile, Jackie is very excited because it's the Masterchef final.

  • This is Jinsy

    This is Jinsy

    It is wedding lottery time again on Jinsy and residents are making frantic last-minute preparations before being randomly assigned new partners for the next three cycles.

  • My Family

    My Family

    The dysfunctional Harpers grace audiences with another season of familial hysterics.

  • The Syndicate

    The Syndicate

    The local Right Buy U supermarket in Leeds is threatened with closure, spiralling its five staff into an uncertain future. Then the unthinkable happens; 18 million pounds falls into their laps.

  • The Office

    The Office

    A brilliant and cringe-makingly funny 'mocusoap' set in the heart of middle England starring Ricky Gervais as David Brent.