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Based on the crime-novel series by author Caroline Graham, "Midsomer Murders" follows the efforts of Detective Chief Inspector John Barnaby to solve crimes that occur in the wealthy, isolated English county of Midsomer, a picturesque and peaceful place on the outside but one filled with amoral and snobbish eccentrics with all kinds of vices. His latest assistant is Detective Sergeant Jamie Winter. DCI Barnaby took over in series 14, replacing his older cousin, Chief Inspector Tom Barnaby, who retired.
Based on novels by Maureen Jennings, "Murdoch Mysteries" follows young detective William Murdoch. In a series of stories taking place in Toronto during the 1890s and early 1900s, several challenging murder cases arise. Murdoch uses up-and-coming forensics techniques and an unconventional approach, which often elicit skepticism from his fellow officers and his boss. Coroner Julia Ogden becomes Murdoch's number one ally, and they make a top-notch team, but he must struggle against tradition and prejudice to solve some of the city's most-gruesome murders.
Is there a dyspeptic doctor in the house? Successful surgeon Dr. Martin Ellingham abruptly leaves his London practice to become general practitioner in the sleepy fishing village of Portwenn, where he spent the holidays during his youth. But his luxury car and lavish wardrobe immediately rub the locals the wrong way, and once they get a load of his abrasive attitude and lack of bedside manner, he quickly alienates most of the townsfolk.
After 20 years in Europe, Sarah Adams returns to Australia to start a new life.
Chief Inspector Vera Stanhope investigates murders in North East England.
Detective Inspector Mike Shepherd probes murder mysteries in a New Zealand country town.
Fledgling detective Phryne Fisher is known for her sharp wit and pearl-handled pistol, which she uses to fight injustice in Melbourne during the 1920s. The glamorous sleuth makes her way through the city's alleyways and jazz clubs while she fights crime as part of a larger mission -- making sure that Murdoch Foyle, who she believes is responsible for the disappearance of her younger sister, stays behind bars. She fights for justice for people who can't help themselves, including exploited workers and missing girls.
A recently widowed father quits his job as a popular columnist for a top-selling Sydney newspaper; he buys a house on the Internet in a remote New Zealand seaside town.
After a sudden fall from grace, arrogant heart surgeon Dr. Hugh Knight is forced to leave his hedonistic city life to take the position of local general practitioner in the small country town where he was born.
Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison, stars of the classic series "All Creatures Great and Small," go back to the 1930s to relive the golden age of motoring; they set out on a series of journeys along Britain's most beautiful vintage roads.
A look at the life and reign of Queen Elizabeth I and her many enemies.
Agatha Raisin retires early to a picturesque village and soon finds a second career as an amateur detective investigating mischief, mayhem, and murder in her town.
"Delicious" is a drama written by Dan Sefton, starring Dawn French, Emilia Fox, Iain Glen, Sheila Hancock, Tanya Reynolds and Ruairi O'Connor. The story follows two women at war, betrayed by one man and by each other. When Cornish chef Gina discovers her ex-husband's secret life, her world turns upside down. Loyalties among Gina's friends are questioned as she revaluates her relationships, and further drama, love, heartbreak and deception are brought to light within the community.
Following the fortunes and the rise and fall of five aristocratic families in the waning days of imperial Russia.
Dr. Alice Roberts follows an entire year of British archaeology.
A sergeant who refuses to be involved in a police cover-up joins an anti-corruption team.
A TV repairman finds his life complicated when he travels back in time to 1940.
"Soundbreaking" is an eight-part documentary exploring the history of music recording. The series profiles accomplished artists, producers and music innovators, and features original interviews and clips. Studios and pioneering technology are tracked through time, revealing the evolution of recording. Episodes discuss how recordings became visual when MTV popularized music videos and how each generation had its own medium to play tracks, from vinyl to CD.
Once a futuristic idea confined to the sketch books, unmanned aerial vehicles, more commonly known as drones, are becoming a frequent sight in picturesque environments as photographers and videographers strive for the perfect shot. In this series, Tony Robinson dispatches drones across Britain to reveal places and areas where there is no public access and can only be reached from the sky. Sites include an abandoned theme park, a flower farm in full bloom, top-secret Cold War bunkers and much more.
Claire and Tess are half-sisters who are separated when Tess' mom leaves their father, Jack, when the girls are little. Twenty years later, Jack is dead and Claire is struggling to run the ranch on her own. Tess, now aliented from Claire, returns because she needs a place to stay. But she's soon drafted to help her older sibling and the other women running the ranch: housekeeper Meg, her daughter Jodi, local resident Becky and later, friends Stevie and Kate.
A British husband and wife work together in high-powered jobs.