The Best Of...Classic Doctor Who - City of Death

While taking in the sights of Paris, the Doctor and Romana sense that someone is tampering with time. Who is the mysterious Count Scarlioni? Why does he seem to have counterparts scattered through time?

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Round at the Redways

A curious mixture of soap opera and DIY, 'Round at the Redways' appeared on the new independent network from the first week of ITV’s launch.

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Jesus of Nazareth

In 1956, the BBC made Television history with a series of eight programmes on the life of Christ. Placed in the children's programmes slot on Sundays, it attracted an adult audience whose appreciation placed it, as a BBC survey showed, next to the Coronation of 1953 in national appeal.

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The Secret Agent

A meticulously detailed psychological drama in which a mostly inactive spy is ordered by his superior to carry out a terrorist act.

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The Silent Village (1951) Reviews

Seven tourists arrive and gather in a deserted inn. The dinner lies half-prepared in the kitchen. Cards lie on a bridge table. A tap is running aimlessly, overflowing the bath, and yet there is not a living soul in sight.

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The Trip (2010) Reviews

Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon star as fictionalised versions of themselves on a restaurant tour of northern England, Italy, Spain and Greece.

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