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Sword Of Honour

Daniel Craig (Skyfall, Casino Royale) stars in this award-winning drama based on Evelyn Waugh's semi-autobiographical WWII epic. Englishman Guy Crouchback is recovering from a failed marriage with WWII on the horizon. Determined to redeem himself, he returns home to fight the good fight but instead confronts the baffling realities of life in the British army. "Powerful and moving" -The Times (UK).

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The Trench

Daniel Craig (Skyfall) stars in this riveting drama about a group of young British soldiers stationed on the western front during World War I. Featuring an outstanding cast including James D’Arcy (Dunkirk), Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders), and Ben Whishaw (Spectre, The Danish Girl), The Trench is set on the eve of the devastating Battle of the Somme. “Tense and original” —The Daily Telegraph (UK).

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The Heart Guy

In this smash-hit Aussie drama, Rodger Corser (The Doctor Blake Mysteries) stars as Hugh Knight, a rising star in the Sydney heart surgery ranks. He is gifted, charmed, and seemingly infallible, believing he can live outside the rules. But after an incident involving drugs and alcohol, Hugh is banned from surgery and sent back to practice in his rural hometown.

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Elizabeth I & Her Enemies

Queen Elizabeth I was one of England's greatest monarchs, but she spent her life surrounded by enemies. Presenters Dan Jones (Britain's Bloody Crown) and Suzannah Lipscomb (Hidden Killers) "do a sterling job" (Radio Times, UK) telling this dramatic tale of jealousy, betrayal, and ambition, with Lily Cole (Snow White and the Huntsman) portraying Elizabeth in the key clashes that shaped her life.

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A Place to Call Home

This "instantly irresistible saga" (Wall Street Journal) is brimming with secrets, passion, romance, and intrigue. Over six addictive seasons, A Place to Call Home explores the ties that hold families together and the betrayals that can tear them apart.

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The Story of Women and Power

In this sweeping series, historian Amanda Vickery (The Story of Women and Art) tells the saga of British women's battles in the centuries-old war of the sexes. From a 1649 march for women's rights, to the Duchess of Queensberry crashing the House of Lords in 1738, to the militant activities of the Edwardian era and beyond, suffragettes endured many challenges in their fight for women's equality.

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The Simple Heist

When two friends facing their older years find themselves increasingly overlooked, they turn to crime to even the score. As Jenny (Lotta Teijle) struggles to stay afloat during her divorce, she teams up with the similarly cash-strapped Cecilia (Sissela Kyle) to rob a bank. This Swedish-language comedy-drama combines crime caper with a deft comedic touch.

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Wire in the Blood

Robson Green (Grantchester, Touching Evil) plays a clinical psychologist called in by the police to help investigate serial killers in this acclaimed mystery series based on the books by Val McDermid. Also starring Hermione Norris (MI-5) and Simone Lahbib (Loch Ness), these dark and twisty mysteries are "brilliantly edgy" (SFGate.com).

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Cloudstreet

Starring Essie Davis (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries) and Kerry Fox (The Dressmaker), this acclaimed Australian miniseries is gripping, poignant, and exquisitely filmed. Set around Perth from 1943-63, it tells the story of two rural families-each scarred by catastrophe-who end up sharing a large, ramshackle house, fighting, laughing, loving, and enduring together. "A triumph" -The Australian.

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Young, Gifted and Classical: The Making of a Maestro

Making history at 17 years old, Sheku Kanneh-Mason became the first black winner of the BBC Young Musician competition. Even more extraordinary, Sheku has six siblings who are musically gifted like him. Told through the prism of family life, this documentary explores what drives them to be the best they can be and culminates with Sheku's debut at London's world-renowned Royal Festival Hall.

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Bang

From the producers of The Fall comes this award-winning Welsh drama about ambitious police officer Gina Jenkins (Catrin Stewart, Stella) and her troubled brother, Sam (Jacob Ifan, Cuffs). When Sam gets ahold of a gun, he sets off on a crime spree that endangers not only his life, but also his sister's future in the force. Bilingual drama in English and Welsh with subtitles.

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The Camomile Lawn

It's August 1939 and five cousins gather at their uncle's big house on the Cornish coast. The imminence of war charges the air as they frolic on the fragrant lawn and tempt fate on the terrifying cliffs that one last sultry summer. Returning to the house nearly half a century later for a funeral, they recall how the war rearranged their lives and brought them suffering, sex, and love. CC Available.

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800 Words

This sweet, refreshing family drama hailed as "wonderful" (Tribune NS) follows recent widower George Turner's decision to start afresh in the New Zealand coastal town of Weld. The Aussie invaders quickly become the center of attention in this small town populated by weird and wonderful locals.

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Vintage Roads: Great and Small

Christopher Timothy and Peter Davison, stars of All Creatures Great & Small, host this journey into the golden age of motoring. Getting behind the wheels of a classic car, they set out on a series of road trips along beautiful vintage roads to experience the thrills of the era when people first fell in love with the motor car and when the open road was a gateway to adventure and exploration.