This powerful psychological thriller chronicles the collapse of a marriage in the aftermath of a tragedy and explores the myths and truths of motherhood. Based on Helen Fitzgerald’s best-selling book of the same name, Jenna Coleman and Ewen Leslie star as new parents Joanna and Alistair.
They live in Scotland but travel to his home country of Australia to introduce the new arrival to family – and so that Alistair can pursue custody of his first child, Chloe. Joanna is already struggling with being a first time mum and soon after arrival they find themselves at the centre of an unthinkable tragedy when their baby boy is abducted from a sleepy coastal town.
As they face the glare of public scrutiny, alongside this deeply personal trauma the consequences of the tragedy succeed in changing their lives and their marriage forever.
Light-hearted action adventure drama, starring Michael Landes (Upstairs, Downstairs) and Ophelia Lovibond (W1A), the American adventurer, anticonformist Hooten and the British Museum curator, Lady Alex Spencer-Parker, explore the world of myths and legends.
From the Amazon rainforest for Percy Fawcett's long-lost camp, to hunting across Russia for the 51st Fabergé egg, the two explore the world of the mythical and legendary.
They travel from the snowy Himalayan Mountains in an attempt to track down the only scroll written by Buddha, to Cambodia to track down the priceless Cintamani jewel, and to Alexandria on the hunt for Alexander the Great's lost tomb.
Among the epic scenery of Englands Lake District, we meet three mothers, each with a child in the same class at school. Behind closed doors, each seemingly ordinary woman is struggling with an extraordinary moral and ethical crisis.
Adapted by Anna Symon (Mrs Wilson, Indian Summers) from the Windermere series of novels by critically acclaimed author Paula Daly. The series stars Anna Friel (Emmy-Marcella), Sinad Keenan (Little Boy Blue) and Rosalind Eleazar (Howards End, Rellik).
The series two finale ended on an cliffhanger when Dr Ruby Walker (Amrita Acharia) told Dr Gabriel Varma (James Krishna Floyd) that she needed to work some things out, before asking him to wait for her.
Series three will likely explore what the future might hold for their relationship, in addition to Ruby’s burgeoning relationship with her long-lost father.
The new series will also introduce an acid attack storyline, which Amanda Redman (Doctor Lydia Fonseca), who suffered a burn on her arm as a child, worked on with series creator and writer Dan Sefton.
Aidan Turner and Eleanor Tomlinson return as Ross and Demelza Poldark. It is a new century and with it comes the promise of a hopeful future, but the past casts a long shadow over Cornwall.
Following the death of Elizabeth, Ross resolves to put Westminster behind him and spend more time with the people he loves. However, when an old friend emerges with a plea for help, Ross is compelled to challenge the establishment again.
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