David Jason's Granville Arkwright is back for another festive adventure, joined by James Baxter as his son Leroy, Tim Healy as Gastric, Johnny Vegas as Wet Eric, Brigit Forsyth as Madge, Sally Lindsay as Mrs Agnew and Nina Wadia as Mrs Hussein among others in the ensemble cast.
This special episode sees Granville and Gastric turn marriage counsellors, while Leroy dons an elf costume to avoid his own relationship problems. Elsewhere, Mrs Featherstone tries to bring the whole gang together to defeat rival Finkle Street in a Christmas carolling competition - which might need a little bit of extra help from Granville himself...
Doctor Who's Matt Smith and Captain America's Sam Hoare star in this powerful and uplifting story of two athletes from very different backgrounds who competed together at the 1948 London Olympics.
Follow the compelling journey of boat builder's son Bert Bushnell and Oxford educated Richard 'Dickie' Burnell, an unlikely pair who are thrown together as double sculling partners just weeks before the rowing final, and must overcome their differences and rise above social adversity to push themselves to their physical and emotional limits.
It's a chilling, thrilling Christmas as Jonathan Creek is called upon for assistance by a young woman in a house with a decidedly disturbing history. According to legend, a 19th century sorcerer named Jacob Surtees would summon the powers of Hell to terrorise and subjugate his victims at his home, Daemons' Roost.
A hundred and fifty years after his death, the house is occupied by another equally macabre figure: veteran horror film director Nathan Clore. With his health now failing he has summoned home his stepdaughter Alison, to share with her the chilling truth of what happened to her family there. However, just days before her arrival Nathan Clore suffers a debilitating stroke, rendering him unable to communicate the very truth that she has come to learn.
After assisting Alison's husband in the past, Jonathan Creek is called upon to help again, but as the story unfolds, with ever more sinister twists and turns, the gruesome rituals that were once enacted in the dungeon of Daemons' Roost are frighteningly revived with horrifying consequences.
Christmas 1963 sees Poplar under a thick blanket of snow, as the midwives face the challenge of the coldest winter for 300 years. Temperatures plunge to a record low and the whole country is brought to a standstill due to the severe weather.
Battling snow, ice, power cuts and frozen pipes, the midwives strive to provide the best possible care for their patients. Valerie helps a young couple, newly arrived in London, who experience a traumatic birth, and Sister Julienne strives to reunite a family torn apart by a tormenting father.
What does Josh Widdicombe do now... well, bring out his second live show, that's what.
Josh's frustrations are still bubbling over, from his overflowing shower to his contactless card via a night train back from Edinburgh.
Josh is at his irritated best in this brand-new show recorded live in front of a packed house at the legendary Hammersmith Apollo.
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