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Dominion Creek

In 1897, the Connolly brothers-recent immigrants from Ireland-dream of striking it rich in the Wild West. When news reaches them of a fortune in the Yukon, youngest brother Samus (Dara Devaney, Camelot) heads north to the town of Dominion, leaving Tom (Owen McDonnell, Single-Handed) and Pdraig (Sen T. Meallaigh, Charlie) no choice but to follow their wayward sibling. CC Available. NOT AVAILABLE IN CANADA.

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The Great Train Robbery

From the acclaimed writer of Broadchurch comes a thrilling drama that is both a classic heist movie and a fascinating real-life mystery. On August 8, 1963, Britain awakens to the news of the biggest robbery in the nation's history. The Royal Mail train from Glasgow to London has been hijacked, and a gang has made off with millions in cash. Who could have executed such an audacious raid? And who can catch them and get the money back? Both stories play out in this gripping two-part drama. Stars Luke Evans (The Girl on the Train) and Oscar-winner Jim Broadbent (Iris). CC Available.

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Murdoch Mysteries

Cutting-edge Victorian science meets cunningly plotted mystery in this award-winning Canadian TV drama. CC Available. SEASONS 4-10 NOT AVAILABLE IN CANADA.

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The Mystery of the Roman Skulls

In 2012 and again in 2015, human skulls have been unearthed during engineering projects in London. Since the 1800s, hundreds of skulls have been found in the city - it is one of the most intriguing mysteries of archeology in London . In this documentary, researchers, archaeologists and other specialists reveal their current research and possible explanations for how and why so many skulls have been discovered. CC Available.

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Pie in the Sky

Detective Inspector Henry Crabbe (Richard Griffiths, Harry Potter, The History Boys) has been a policeman for 25 years, but he's craving a change. Crabbe finally leaves the force and opens his dream restaurant, Pie in the Sky, with his penny-pinching accountant wife (Maggie Steed, Shine on Harvey Moon). He hopes to while away his retirement serving up his favorite dishes, but his old boss puts his plans on the back burner. In these five complete series Griffiths gives a "brilliantly understated performance" (The Times, U.K.) in the hit that's been called "an enjoyably British mix of character comedy and murder mystery with a light touch" (MSN Entertainment). Guest stars include Michael Kitchen (Foyle's War), Andy Serkis (The Lord of the Rings), Pete Postlethwaite (In the Name of the Father), Julian Fellowes (Monarch of the Glen), Keeley Hawes (Ashes to Ashes), Jane Wymark (Midsomer Murders), Kelly Reilly (Sherlock Holmes), and Nicola Walker (Touching Evil, MI-5). CC Available.