Provincial heiress Lydia Aspen grows from bashful teen to wild jazz-age flapper while toying with the affections of a young writer and three other men who fall passionately in love with her. Loving the beautiful, brazen, impulsive Lydia is both dangerous and irresistible. A story of the joy and sorrow of young love that recreates late 1920s and early 1930s England in exquisite detail, Love for Lydia is based on the novel by H.E. Bates (My Uncle Silas). A PBS Masterpiece Theatre classic, the 13-part miniseries stars Mel Martin (Poldark, The Pallisers), Jeremy Irons (Reversal of Fortune, Brideshead Revisited), Cristopher Blake (Brookside) and Peter Davison (Campion, All Creatures Great and Small).
Anna Sewell's classic story of an English horse. See humanity through his eyes as he experiences the ups and downs of good and bad owners. A beautiful and passionate production.
Though they might be fooled by her delicate exterior, criminals underestimate Agatha Christie's mild-mannered spinster sleuth at their peril! In the expert care of acclaimed actress Geraldine McEwan (Vanity Fair, The Magdalene Sisters), the beloved Miss Marple takes on new vibrance as a "worldly lady with a past, full of fun and mischief" (London Times).
In her golden years, Miss Marple blends into the scenery of her elegant surroundings. All the better to observe the foibles of human nature that lead to evil-- and to surprise one and all when she solves crimes that baffle the professionals. Rich with period detail, these all-new adaptations feature stellar supporting casts, including Richard E. Grant, Amanda Burton, Eileen Atkins, Saffron Burrows, Greg Wise, Martine McCutcheon, Francesca Annis, Peter Davison, Jane Seymour, and Juliet Stevenson.
If all of time and space were at your fingertips and you could travel in the TARDIS, where would you go and why? English actor/comedian Rhys Thomas, 'Nerdist' personality Jonah Ray, actress Natalie Morales and the Fifth Doctor himself, Peter Davison, reveal what they'd like to do.
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Carol Thompson ("Edward Scissorhands") wrote this wonderfully moving film adaptation of the classic children' story told from the perspective of a horse named Black Beauty.
The classic tale of Black Beauty, an aging, handsome stallion living in Victorian England. Having spent a happy childhood, Beauty is then subjected to abuse in working-class London before he can retire in peace.
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Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor, meets the talented people and stars who have helped create the show both past, present and future, and asks ‘Who is the Doctor? What makes him tick? What will make the Twelfth Doctor unique?'
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In the run up to Season 8 of Doctor Who, Peter Davison recounts what it takes to be the ultimate companion. Meeting with cast and crew past and present, Peter travels the UK and the USA in search of the answers.
Tales from the TARDIS brings you the real life stories of making the iconic series across the last fifty years by the people who were there, from filming the very first episodes, right up to the backstage stories of the 50th anniversary special. The actors who played the Doctor tell us what it was really like to be the Doctor, how they got the job and how it changed their lives while the actors who have played companions across the eras reflect on their experiences of the show.
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