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VIDEO: Pt. 2

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Pt. 2
Paid | iTunes
Length: 12:27:20
Aired: 11/8/2009

Part 2 of 2. A 13-year-old girl vanishes from an English village, and the mystery deepens 45 years later when a journalist arrives to make a film about it. What she finds shatters the lives of all involved. Juliet Stevenson (Truly Madly Deeply) and Greg Wise (Madame Bovary) star in this psychological thriller based on the novel by best-selling author Val McDermid. (The original UK version) watch

VIDEO: Pt. 1

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Pt. 1
Paid | iTunes
Length: 13:05:20
Aired: 11/1/2009

Part 1 of 2. A 13-year-old girl vanishes from an English village, and the mystery deepens 45 years later when a journalist arrives to make a film about it. What she finds shatters the lives of all involved. Juliet Stevenson (Truly Madly Deeply) and Greg Wise (Madame Bovary) star in this psychological thriller based on the novel by best-selling author Val McDermid. (The original UK version) watch

VIDEO: Rocket Man

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Rocket Man
Subscription | Netflix
Length: 43:08
Aired: 4/18/2006

A female astronaut is found murdered before a press conference, with suspects including a professional rival, an ex-boyfriend and a married man. watch

Videos

Wire In The Blood: Season 5
Wire In The Blood: Season 4
The Student Prince
Robson Green's Fishing Tips

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Credits

Year Title Description
2006 Rocket Man TV Show Series, Actor - George Stevenson
2006 Northern Lights TV Show Series, Actor - Colin
2005 Soldier, Soldier TV Show Series, Actor - Fusilier/LCpl. Dave Tucker
2004 Trust TV Show Series, Actor - Stephen Bradley
2002 Take Me TV Show Series, Actor - Jack Chambers

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News

Roush Review: Being Human and More Weekend TV

A few nights ago, when Modern Family's Cameron-as-Fizbo tried on a court jester's shtick for size, Mitchell offered this dour rejoinder: "There goes the theory that an English accent makes everyone sound smart." I don't think it's Anglophile snobbery that has me celebrating the return of Being Human to BBC America's lineup Saturday night, while being left as cold as a cadaver by Syfy's spotty remake. The original is simply a much better show.

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Better acted, for sure, and it's not just a matter of dialect. There's an intensity to the British original, even when it's going for droll humor, that's lacking in the shrill and... read more

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