Beloved British comedy duo David Mitchell and Robert Webb return to screens in this brand new six-part series. When Stephen's father dies, he inherits the popular family pub, but there's just one problem: Stephen is an anxiety-ridden loser who has spent most of his life being walked all over.
So, when his handsome and charismatic foster brother Andrew suddenly shows up and starts to win the hearts of everyone around him, Stephen feels a lifetime's worth of resentment start to engulf him. Determined to gain the upper hand this time, Stephen sets out to investigate Andrew's past, but might just find out more than he bargained for.
Alfred Molina and Francesca Annis star in this funny and moving look at the incredible true story of British pianist Joyce Hatto and her agent-turned-husband William Barrington-Coupe, and the controversial recordings that made her so famous.
Beginning with their first meeting in post-War London, this compelling drama follows the lives of two young people with big dreams and high hopes, from the early days of their relationship to Joyce's death in 2006, after which William admitted that he'd embellished her most famous recordings with other artists' work - making this one of the biggest hoaxes in classical music history.
Set against the turbulent backdrop of air-raid sirens and a country rebuilding itself after the war, The Night Watch tells the story of four young people in London, inextricably linked by their experiences.
Based on Sarah Waters' acclaimed novel, this adaptation opens in 1947 as we follow Kay, traumatised and roaming the streets; Helen, clinging to a volatile relationship; Viv, carrying on an affair with a married man; and Duncan, who harbours a terrible secret.
Moving back in time to the middle of the Blitz, the lives, loves and losses of these four characters are unravelled as it becomes clear that in order to move on with their futures, they must first confront their pasts.
Joe Lampton, a handsome and determined young man, moves from the fringes of poverty in his Yorkshire hometown to the more prosperous Warley with one aim: to fight his way up to wealth, influence and a brighter future.
When Joe catches the eye of the beautiful and rich Susan, the match seems perfect and exactly what he needs to achieve his dreams, but the plans he has for his life are thrown into disarray when he falls deeply in love with an older, married woman. Set in post-war Britain and based on John Braine's classic novel, this drama outlines one man's struggle with true love, class consciousness and his own ruthless ambition.
Discover the extraordinary true story of Hans Litten, a young Jewish lawyer whose name is barely known outside Germany, but goes down in history as the man who put Adolf Hitler on the witness stand - and paid the ultimate price for his bravery. In the summer of 1931, with Germany on the brink of economic collapse, Litten put Hitler through a humiliating and hostile cross-examination in order to expose his true character to the German public.
Though Hitler survived the ordeal, he made sure that Litten spent the rest of his life in Nazi concentration camps. Bringing to life the drama of a Berlin courtroom in the run up to World War II, Hitler on Trial shines a light on an act of heroism that has all but been forgotten.
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