Last Tango in Halifax 5

The fifth series of Sally Wainwright’s BAFTA award-winning drama. Alan and Celia are seven years into their marriage and having moved into a desirable bungalow with stunning views across the Calder Valley, ​they aren’t seeing eye to eye. Alan’s new supermarket job brings an unexpected challenge when a wild local lad takes a shine to him and, at Far Slack Farm, Gillian faces trouble with a giraffe. John’s back on the scene, and Caroline finds herself caught in an emotional tangle with someone at work. Into all this jets Alan’s brother, Ted, on holiday from New Zealand…but it turns out he only bought a one-way ticket.

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A Suitable Boy

A Suitable Boy is the story of Lata, a young woman coming of age in northern India in 1951. Lata’s mother Mrs Rupa Mehra is determined to find her a husband, but after her sister’s conventional arranged marriage Lata is not convinced she wants the same path through life. Torn between duty to her family and the excitement of romance, Lata embarks on an epic journey of love, desire and heartache as three very different suitors vie for her hand. Her choice will play out against the tumultuous political backdrop of India at a crossroads, looking towards its first independent general election and carving out its own destiny. The series launched on BBC One in the UK in July 2020 and will air around the world (excluding N America and China) on Netflix later in the year.

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Gentleman Jack

Halifax, 1832. Charismatic, swashbuckling Anne Lister determines to transform the fate of her ancestral home Shibden Hall. To do this, she must re-open her coal mines and marry well. But Anne has no intention of marrying a man. True to her own nature, she plans to marry a woman, and embarks on an epic, unconventional love story.

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Press

A sharp, pacey series from acclaimed writer Mike Bartlett that rips aside the front pages of rival newspapers to reveal the lives, loves and lies of a dynamic group of professionals.

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Les Misérables

An epic adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic novel by master of the genre Andrew Davies. An extraordinary cast of characters struggle to survive in war-torn France – a story of love, injustice, redemption and hope.

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War and Peace

A powerful adaptation of Leo Tolstoy’s epic masterpiece of life and love in 19th century Russia.

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To Walk Invisible

Haworth, West Yorkshire, 1845. This is the story of Charlotte, Emily and Anne Brontë, who overcame a life of hardship and a battle for recognition to write some of the great masterpieces of English literature.

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