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Broth Comedy Two wanna-be chefs; loathe each other but are trapped in a television show; their journey through misadventure and finding pieces of the past; transform them and their relationship in remarkable and unpredictable ways.
Television (Drama) Actress The daily lives of staff at a Birmingham medical practice, including their often dramatic involvements with their patients.
Television (Drama) Actress The UK's longest-running TV soap, Coronation Street focuses on the everyday lives of working class people in Manchester, England.
Television (Drama) Actress Drama depicting the private and working lives of the patients, doctors, nurses and others attending a small but frantically busy accident and emergency department of the large Holby General hospital. Written by Mark Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Murder in Mind
Television (Crime, Drama, Mystery and Thriller) Actress The stories of this series journey through a kaleidoscope of human emotions: anger, hatred, bitterness, remorse, guilt, horror. In this psychological study of humanity on the edge of an abyss, some of the series' murderers get away with it, some of them don't. Amongst the subject matter is euthanasia, accidental murder, contract killing, revenge and even a sleepwalker who knows she's done something but not what or to whom. Written by Bye
Cold Enough for Snow
TV Movie (Comedy and Drama) Actress Following on from the events in Interview Day (1996), Pippa Lloyd and Neil Whittle have now started going out together, much to the dismay of Pippa's father. They take their A level exams and leave home to go to Exeter University, but drift apart after Pippa falls for another student, Tony Gregg, and Neil finds that he prefers to spend all his time drinking and setting up a pop group. However they eventually get back together again and make the ultimate commitment - by the end of the play, they have a baby! Pippa's and Neil's parents have to adjust to life without their children. Harriet Lloyd has a brief affair with a local antique-shop owner, Gordon Callow; Hugh Lloyd opens an office in Exeter so he can keep an eye on Pippa and make sure she mixes with the right sort of people; Bevis Whittle suffers a mental breakdown but eventually Shani persuades him to go back to the local college in Blackburn where he does a night-school course in Sport Science; Shani herself studies for a ... Written by Martin Underwood <email@example.com>