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Certification12 Our Rating

7. The Long Game; Adam discovers the wonders of travelling in the Tardis and, in the far future, Satellite 5 broadcasts to the entire Earth Empire, but anyone promoted to Floor 500 is never seen again and the Doctor suspects mankind is being manipulated. Does Adam have what it takes to become the Time Lord's companion?8. Father's Day; Rose travels back to 1987 to witness the day her Father died, but, when she interferes in the course of events, the monstrous Reapers are unleashed upon the world find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Alan (Boys From the Blackstuff) Bleasdale's utterly riveting epic TV series about politics, corruption, obsession and madness. When a headteacher refuses to join in the city-wide strike organised by the Council, the scene is set for a spectacular confrontation which will change their destinies. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Alan Bleasdale's epic series continues; it is beginning to emerge that neither Jim Nelson nor his council adversary are entirely sane, and the confrontation that continues at the school gates is hardly helping matters. Meanwhile sinister forces are emerging. If you're not hooked yet, why not? find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Alan Bleasdale's story continues; Michael Murray's family has deserted him, but all he cares about is finding Eileen Critchley and he's beginning to lose control. Without a doubt he's being manipulated - but by whom and to what end? And will it all end in tears? Doesn't it just grow on you? find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The plot thickens... Jim and Michael are both becoming increasingly insane, and also beginning to look more like friends than foes in the face of the sinister conspiracies. These concluding episodes continue to set the screen alight and Bleasdale's message is superbly hammered home. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

GBH is set in the early 1990s. The plot revolves around attempts by UK government secret services to discredit ambitious and charismatic left-wing coucil leader Murray and each episode reveals more about the convoluted nature of this plot. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

It is beginning to emerge that neither Jim Nelson nor his council adversary are entirely sane. Meanwhile sinister forces are emerging. If you're not hooked yet, why not? Excellent stuff. find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

Alan Bleasdale's story continues; Murray's family deserts him, but all he cares about is finding Eileen and he's beginning to lose control. Without a doubt he's being manipulated, but by whom and to what end? And will it all end in tears? find out more...

Certification15 Our Rating

The plot thickens... Jim and Michael are both becoming increasingly insane, but also beginning to look more like friends than foes in the face of the sinister conspiracies. The concluding episode continues to set the screen alight and Bleasdale's message is superbly hammered home. find out more...

Certification18 Our Rating

The trilogy continues and life in West Riding becomes grimmer. Police corruption interferes with the search for a killer in Yorkshire, England. This time, Paddy Considine's Mancunian copper-with-a-heart-of-gold is brought in to head the inquiry into the unsolved murders. Like the journo before him, he finds resistance wherever he turns. Gripping stuff, based on David Peace's novel "Nineteen Eighty" find out more...