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Secret Daughter

Australian pop star Jessica Mauboy earned rave reviews for her performance in this family drama about a young singer pretending to be a wealthy man’s long-lost daughter. But she soon finds that her decision comes with a whole new set of problems. “The perfect mix of captivating storytelling, incredible scenery, well-rounded characters and plenty of heart” —The Daily Telegraph (Australia).

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Queen Elizabeth's Battle for Church Music

In this “magnificent” (The Independent, UK) documentary, historian Lucy Worsley (Mozart in London) recounts the radically different approaches that Queen Elizabeth I and her siblings took towards religious music in the years immediately after the English Reformation, as church music seesawed between veneration and the brink of destruction.

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Finding Joy

Amy Huberman (Striking Out, The Clinic) created, wrote, and stars in this quirky, life-affirming Irish comedy. Orderly, structured Joy is dealing with a messy breakup when a new work assignment forces her to look for happiness in the most unusual places. “Huberman has warm, almost effortless likeability in spades” —Independent (Ireland). Co-starring acclaimed Irish comedian Aisling Bea.

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Vidago Palace

Nominated for numerous European TV awards, this Portuguese-language romantic saga is set in 1936 at the opulent Vidago Palace hotel, a haven for Europe’s elite from the Spanish Civil War erupting across the border. Young aristocrat Carlota is engaged to marry the wealthy César and save her family from bankruptcy, but when she falls for the son of the hotel’s concierge, she must decide her destiny.

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Run

Winner of a Royal Television Society Award for best writer, this moving British miniseries weaves together the stories of four people facing life-changing decisions. Raw and uncompromising but full of humanity and hope, Run explores how every choice has consequences in an interconnected world. Starring Olivia Colman (Broadchurch), Lennie James (The Walking Dead), and Katie Leung (Harry Potter).

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Victoria Wood's A Nice Cup of Tea

Comedy legend Victoria Wood travels the globe to explore Britain's love affair with tea. From the back streets of Kolkata to the mega city of Shanghai, Victoria reveals how the cozy "cuppa" united east and west, triggered wars, and helped win them. Meeting fascinating people-and grumpy elephants-along the way, she asks how this little leaf became such an important part of British life.

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Murderland

Three-time BAFTA Award winner Robbie Coltrane (Harry Potter, Cracker) stars in this gripping thriller about revenge, redemption, and rough justice. A girl (Bel Powley, The Diary of a Teenage Girl) witnesses her mother’s murder, and years later she contacts the original detective on the case to help solve the crime at last. Co-starring Amanda Hale (Ripper Street) and Sharon Small (Mistresses).

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Penelope Keith's Hidden Coastal Villages

Journeying along Britain’s stunning coastline, Dame Penelope Keith enjoys adventures in delightful hidden villages. With her trusty vintage “Batsford” travel books as guides, she seeks out the local crafts and industry, as well as rich history and literature, as she visits villages that cling to the side of cliffs, snuggle around harbors, proudly guard estuaries, or lounge along beaches.

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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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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).