Martin Shaw returns as the classic unsung hero detective in Inspector George Gently. This fourth series incorporates two feature length films – GENTLY USIDE DOWN & GOODBYE CHINA written by Peter Flannery (The Devil's Whore, Our Friends In The North) and Stewart Harcourt.
Griff Rhys Jones retraces the lost routes across Britain that have shaped Britain's landscape and history in a new four part documentary series.
From the secrets of Stonehenge to the hidden tunnels and dugouts of World War I, Sir Tony Robinson and the Team take on some very special archaeological assignments.
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Martin Shaw plays one of the unsung heroes of detective fiction, Chief Inspector George Gently, whose passionate investigations reveal the dark underbelly of a society on the cusp of change. Lee Ingleby is his ambitious and undisciplined sidekick, Sergeant John Bacchus. Together they make the perfect police partnership, full of warmth and humour.
Set in the North of France, “The Witnesses” turns on a passionate and resilient female cop, Sandra Winckler, who investigates a wave of strange murders linked to Paul Maisonneuve, a Crime Squad legend who is now retired but forced to return to duty.
Agatha Raisin, PR whizz, gives up her successful life in London, landing with a bang in the quiet village of Carsely with hopes of beginning a new dream life.
Set in England during the Industrial Revolution at the beginning of the 19th century, the series presents an alternate history where magic is widely acknowledged, but rarely practiced. Living in the rural north, Mr Norrell (Eddie Marsan) of Hurtfew Abbey is able to make the statues of York Cathedral talk and move.
His manservant John Childermass (Enzo Cilenti) persuades him to travel to London to help in the war against France. While there, Mr Norrell encounters a leading member of the government and makes magic respectable in the realm when he conjures a fairy to bring the minister's fiancée (Alice Englert) back to life.
The Team uncover the last remnants of Henry VIII's Greenwich Palace, investigating the graves of 'giants' in Shetland, and search for the remains of a 17th century dungeon in Cumbria.
Michael Kitchen returns to the screen as Detective Chief Superintendent Foyle, a man of scrupulous integrity who, having survived the First World War, solved crime in Hastings during the Second, now finds himself working with MI5 to keep the country safe, while bringing justice to those who deserve it.