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Award winning actor Richard Roxburgh (Sanctum, Moulin Rouge) stars as Cleaver Greene, a reckless, brilliant and self-destructive Australian criminal barrister who is hilarious to jurors and an outrage to judges.
This award winning miniseries traces the difficult passage of young Mary Keane (Aoife McMahon) from servitude in Ireland to the squalor of rough-and-tumble Newfoundland in the early 1800s.
Academy Award® winner Brenda Fricker (My Left Foot) gives a heart-rending performance as Maureen Lessing, a newly widowed wife and mother who stumbles upon a painful secret: her husband had another wife.
The Road to Coronation Street is the dramatized story of how Coronation Street, Britain’s best-loved series, was created – and how it almost never made it on air. Set in Manchester’s Granada TV Studios circa 1960, passionate young scriptwriter Tony Warren had a vision of bringing to life a program about real people and everyday situations on the streets of working-class Manchester. Portraying Tony’s boardroom battles to convince network executives that his idea for a dramatic series would be both popular and commercially successful – and the gamble executives took to bring this show to the screen – this film marks the milestone 50 Year Anniversary of Coronation Street.
In this 20-episode, factual British series, antiques expert Tim Wonnacott and expert chef Rosemary Shrager travel in the footsteps of Queen Victoria, visiting the grand houses, castles and stately homes that she visited throughout her life. Using Victoria’s own diaries and other firsthand accounts of her visits, they reveal the extraordinary food, décor and garden preparations that were undertaken, exactly what happened during the visits and explore the legacy of each royal stay – upstairs and downstairs.
Set in seedy East London and the sleazy streets of London’s Soho, this period thriller of crime and corruption follows the turbulent lives of two star-crossed childhood sweethearts. Written by Martina Cole and stars Alan Cumming (The Good Wife)