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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...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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The fifth cinematic outing for 'The Invasion of the Body Snatchers', Jack Finney's tale of paranoia and alien replicants. In this version a DC shrink begins to suspect something is awry when more and more of her patients complain that their loved ones are no longer their loved ones, a suspicion that is confirmed when she visits the home of one of her clients to find the husband in a cocoon (or 'pod' if you like). With the rest of civilisation increasingly succumbing to the alien 'virus' while th find out more...

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The Prisoner; Ryan Reynolds plays Gary, the star of a television cop show whose life is spiralling out of control. After one particularly riotous evening he finds himself placed under the watchful eye of his publicist, the cheery and tough-minded Margaret, who moves him into the vacated house of another of her clients. Here he meets an attractive and seemingly willing neighbour, Sarah, but strange things begin to happen; he finds notes he doesn't remember writing, he hears noises and he seems to find out more...

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A journalist in search of a story meets a mentally ill musician, Nathaniel Ayers, on the streets of LA and, through a succession of stories, attempts to better his and all the homeless community's lot. This isn't just a sincere movie about community politics and the need to help the less fortunate, it's a vibrant telling of the basic insanity of city life adapted from the memoirs of LA Times columnist Steve Lopez. find out more...

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Dave Spitz reports the Chicago weather on telly, indeed he is very well paid for a job that, by his own admission, isn't that difficult. Dave dreams of moving into the big time and going national hoping to take his mind off his painful divorce, his saintly dad's illness and his meagre, frustrating relationship with his troubled children. The Weatherman is a quirky comedy drama: witty and, at times, poignant. find out more...