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Batman is a 1960s American television series, based on the DC comic book character of the same name. It aired on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) network for two and a half seasons from January 12, 1966 to March 14, 1968. Despite its short run, the series had two weekly installments for most of its tenure, giving the show a total of 120 episodes (the equivalent of roughly five regular seasons). It currently airs on the AmericanLife TV Network and on BBC Four in the UK.
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THE TV SERIES CONTINUES IN THE SAME SPIRIT AS THE FILM, FOLLOWING HE TOUR REPS OF YOUNG FREE AND SINGLE IN IBIZA THE TV SERIES HAS COMPLETLY DIFFERENT CHARATERS TO THE FILM:

SERIES ONE (4 DISCS) 18 EPISODES

SERIES TWO (2 DISCS) 10 EPISODES

THE FILM OF HARRY ON THE BOAT IS ALSO AVAILABLE PLEASE CLICK ON THE FILM CATEGORIE (£9.99)

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lmed on location (mainly) in the New Forest and around the Hampshire town of Porchester, 'Brendon Chase' ran for 13 episodes between December 1980 and March 1981. It was a typical example of the high quality and high output of children's drama that commercial television excelled in for many years

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The first British TV adaptation of Nancy Mitford's autobiographical trilogy Love in a Cold Climate took the form of a seven-part, seven-hour miniseries in 1980. Set in the 1930s, the story concerned a group of wealthy young ladies and their various and sundry interactions with eccentric (to say the least) relatives and amorous young men. Faultlessly faithful to the source, this series explored the real-life Mitford family's unfortunate associations with Fascists in general and Adolf Hitler in particular, a story element that was glossed over in the shorter 2001 TV remake. Originally broadcast by Thames Television, Love in a Cold Climate was seen in America courtesy of PBS.

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MAKING OUT SERIES 1 2 & 3 BOX SET (COMPLETE WITH BOX SET & FULL ARTWORK) The series, written by Debbie Horsfield, mixed comedy and drama in its portrayal of the women who worked on the factory floor at New Lyne Electronics in Manchester, tackling the personal lives of the characters as well as wider issues of recession, redundancy and retrenchment as the factory goes through various crises and take-overs.
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Operating from a rundown office in London, Roger, Roger, written by John Sullivan (Only Fools and Horses),
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A feast of double entendres and essentially a reworking of 'Up Pompeii!', Whoops Baghdad focuses on Ali Oopla (Howerd), servant to the Wazir of Baghdad. In his day-to-day life, Ali deals with such problems as the Wazir's naive daughter, numerous merchant traders, and many scantily-clad women with impressive cleavage.
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Chalk is a British television sitcom set in a comprehensive school named Galfast High. Two series, both written by Steven Moffat, were broadcast on BBC1 in 1997. Like Moffat's earlier sitcom Joking Apart, Chalk was produced by Andre Ptaszynski for Pola Jones.
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The two series of Liverpool 1 follow DI Isobel de Pauli who has transferred from the Metropolitan police to work in Liverpool with the CID. She is partnered with Cally who has relatives in the local underground.
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Jossy's Giants was a children's footballing comedy drama that ran on BBC1 between 1986 and 1987. The show's plot centred around the ups and downs of a boys' football team, the Glipton Giants, and their enthusiastic geordie manager Jossy Blair.
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Johnny Jarvis and Alan Lipton are two teenagers in their final year of secondary school at a comprehensive in Hackney. Energetic, anxious and occasionally naïve, the pair are on the brink of entering the adult world.

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Going Out was a six part, thirty minute episode, drama series written by Phil Redmond (Grange Hill, Brookside etc) and produced by the ex-ITV franchise, Southern Television. The series followed the first six weeks after Sean, Roger Sammy, Cathy and Gerry were released from school and onto Thatcher’s scrap heap. Along with Dikey, who'd already been drawing his Giro for a year, they tried to avoid the nutter Arty 'Haggis' Jackson and his 'crew'.
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Prospects Is a fantastic series and has become a cult series in its own right. Starring Gary Olsen and Brian Bovell, it also featured a host of well known British character actors. It followed the fortunes of 2 young men on the dole, who are desperate to hit the big time and make money using any scams or schemes going
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A British yuppie couple have a presumably idyllic existence. Yet there is one troubling factor in their lives - an eccentric, and possibly, difficult mother-in-law. Her odd behavior is confirmed in a series of incidents involving her ex-husband, a concert musician, and her ex-husband's new wife, an artist. Flashbacks reveal bits of her troubled past. Little by little, the young couple's life begins to fall apart and the mother-in-law begins to act out her feelings of intense jealousy in the form of revenge, implicating a dear old friend, and leading to murder.
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The TV network answer to "Police Squad" stars Stephen Frost (best known as the overly enthusiastic head of the firing squad in the  Blackadder Goes Forth episode "Corporal Punishment") as one of two cops in this laughtrack-less  Professionals parody.
 
 
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Comedy-drama sequel to ESKIMO DAY, about parents' sense of loss as their children grow up. The Whittles from Blackburn and the Lloyds from Cheltenham are on tenterhooks about their children's A-level results. But when Neil Whittle and Pippa Lloyd go off to university, each of their parents faces their own personal crisis.
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Crocodile Shoes is a British 7-part television series made by the BBC and screened on BBC One in 1994. The series was written by and starred Jimmy Nail as a factory worker who becomes a country and western singer. The show's eponymous theme tune "Crocodile Shoes" became a chart hit for Nail as did the album of the same name. A sequel, Crocodile Shoes II followed in 1996 and the theme tune "Country Boy" was a hit for Nail too. Paddy McAloon of Prefab Sprout supplied five original songs to the two series, all of them recorded by Jimmy Nail
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Duck Patrol is a British television comedy series that originally aired in 1998. Produced by LWT for the ITV network, it centered around a river police station by the River Thames.

 The script for the pilot episode 'Of Ducks and Men' was re-filmed with some changes to supporting cast and main cast uniforms, and retitled as 'Flying Colours' which then became the first episode of the following series.

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Perhaps the most radical BBC production of a Shakespeare play to date. Macbeth on the Estate is a filmed version Shakespeare's 'Scottish play' filmed on the Ladywood Estate in Birmingham devised and directed by Penny Woolcock and the residents of the estate, and featuring several visiting actors in the lead roles. 
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Ellis Island is a television miniseries, filmed in the United Kingdom, broadcast in three parts in 1984. The screenplay was co-written by Fred Mustard Stewart, adapted from his 1983 novel of the same title. The series tells the story of several immigrants from the late 1800s until the early 1910s, trying to achieve the American Dream and arriving on Ellis Island, hoping for a better life. Ellis Island highlighted numerous important events which occurred up to and during World War I, and many of the characters are based on real persons, such as Irving Berlin. The lives and struggles of some of the countless immigrants who arrived on Ellis Island during the 19th century in search of the American Dream. 
 
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Set in the picture postcard community on Sydney's northern beaches, SNOBS is the story of unlikely friends - Abby, the daughter of a wealthy, middle class traditional family and Marian, a boy from a group of modern day nomads who have been come to be known as Ferals - the arrival of whom upsets the peace of the community and is the catalyst for conflict, adventure and intrigue

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One by One complete  series 1 - 3,  1984 - 1987
 
Comes complete with 10 DVDS covering all 3 series,  DVD case which holds all dvds and full artwork. 
 
Stories about real-life international zoo vet David Taylor (in the TV programmes, he was called Donald Turner) from his early days as a newly-qualified vet in the 1950s to his international standing in the 1970s; each series of the programme was set in a different decade.
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The Last Train is a British six-part post-apocalyptic television drama serial first broadcast on the TV network during 1999. 
 
A random group of individuals on a train to Sheffield are cryogenically frozen when a canister of gas is released in their carriage. They unfreeze to find the world in ruins. Decades have passed, and they are some of the few humans to have survived an apocalyptic meteor strike, and are alone in the British countryside. It is revealed that one of the group, Harriet Ambrose (Nicola Walker) knew of the incoming meteor strike and had been on her way to a top-secret government project known as "Ark".
 
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And the Beat Goes On was a drama serial of eight one-hour episodes set in Liverpool, England during the 1960s. It follows the members of two families as they struggle to cope with the social turmoil of this period. Mickey O'Rourke (Roy Brandon), his wife Mary Ann (Eileen O'Brien) and their son Ritchie (Danny McCall) must contend with Ritchie's girlfriend Cathy (Cathy Williams), who is pregnant by another man. Nick Spencer (Stephen Moore) and his wife Connie (Jenny Agutter) have a daughter Christine (Lisa Faulkner) who brings an unsuitable boyfriend home. Meanwhile, Connie is becoming dependent on tranquilizers and her brother tries to borrow money from Nick. 

 

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Series 1-10 of the sky one football soap opera dream team following the on and off field affairs surrounding midlands premier league football club Harchester United. 

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Sunburn is a British television series that followed the lives of a group of British holiday reps. It was broadcast on between 16 January 1999 and 1 May 2000, running for 2 series of 6 and 8 episodes respectively. The first was set and filmed in Cyprus and the second in Algarve. 

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Glasgow Kiss featuring Stuart Morrison who is a single dad and a sports reporter whose paper has hit hard times. 
Enter Cara, a shrewd businesswoman who has left London after a messy affair, to try and make the paper profitable. Starring: Iain Glen Sharon Small Robert Greenhalgh Gordon Kennedy Jamie Sives 
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Our Day Out is part of the Play for Today season, Our Day Out is about a School trip to the seaside and a visit to the zoo. That may not sound interesting but add a bus full off unruly kids and sling in the screen play by Willy Russel and you have a pure gem of a film
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Blackeyes is an attempt to explore "what does go on between men and women in their heads. To show the possibilities of the ways that they see each other. 
 
Complex and multi-layered, the interweaving narrative threads include novelist Maurice James Kingsley who appropriates accounts by his niece Jessica about her life as a professional model. Kingsley's embellishments become a trashy bestseller, "Sugar Bush," tracing the rise and decline of fictional fashion model Blackeyes, victimized by men. Angry and betrayed, Jessica begins to rewrite Kingsley's novel to set Blackeyes free from the abuse of men. 
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Blue Money - 1982 TIM CURRY A chauffeur, who holds ambitions of making it in showbiz, runs off with his shady boss's loot. Starring: Tim Curry Debby Bishop Billy Connolly Dermot Crowley Frances Tomelty George S. Irving Sue Wallace 
 
 
 
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