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Two British soldiers are sent on a mission through no man's land.
An angry firefighter decides to get revenge on the radio agony aunt who ruined his relationship, spoiling her wedding plans by faking a document which says she's already married to him.
Memories of living with a popular dad.
Overweight middle-class secretary has trouble with men and other appetites in London.
Bridget continues to put her fat foot in it, ending up in a Thailand prison.
A woman wakes up each day with no memory of what has gone before
Bridget Jones' life plan goes awry when she discovers she's pregnant - and not sure who the father is.
Charles Dickens tale of Christmas spirits gets a 3D makeover.
Drama based on the 1993 West Memphis Three murders.
A man has eternal youth... but what about the portrait in his attic?
When a young Englishman takes his American bride to meet his family sparks soon fly.
In a foreign city, a young girl begins to catch glimpses of the mother she lost in a car crash.
The story of how one of the most famous paintings in the world was conceived.
The last days of Oscar Wilde.
Colin Firth runs away from Minnie Driver and finds Heather Graham in Vermont
Wilde's tale of love and identity gets saddled with unfortunate dream sequences.
The relationship between King George VI and an unconventional Australian speech therapist.
When their headquarters are destroyed and the world is held hostage, the Kingsman organisation must unite with secret US allies to prevent further destruction.
Learning to be an officer and a gentleman in Britain's finest privately owned secret service.
Retelling of the Kursk submarine disaster.
As a young emperor flees the fall of Rome, he encounters a mysterious sword which will shape his destiny.
Frightfully English ensemble rom-com about middle-class, emotionally dysfunctional Londoners.
When an Englishman is persuaded to investigate a fraud he discovers something unexpected.
When her daughter wants to get married, Donna has to explain that any one of three men could be her father.
In Depression-era London, a now-grown Jane and Michael Banks, along with Michael's three children, are visited by the enigmatic Mary Poppins at a difficult time.
The story of Donald Crowhurst, an amateur sailor, who enters a round the world competition in the Sixties in an unfinished boat and decides to fake his journey to save face and impending bankruptcy.
Family life on a posh rural estate after the First World War.
A magic nanny sorts out the unruly children of an impoverished undertaker.
The true story of Eric Lomax, a victim of the Second World War's "Death Railway", who later in life sets out to find the Japanese soldier responsible.
English comedy of manners and mix ups.
The young William Shakespeare - suffering writer's block - finds romance provides inspiration.
A middle-aged college professor tries to come to terms with the death of his long-term boyfriend.
Trouble is brewing at the anarchic girls' school thanks to a zealous education minister.
A childless teacher takes stock of her life after her husband leaves, her adoptive mum dies and her birth mother shows up.
A spy has to root out a mole at the top of the civil service.
A man traumatised by the death of his wife becomes implicated in the death of a pop star.
Fiesty New York teenage girl comes to London to find her titled missing dad.
A young journalist sets out to discover the truth behind the break up of a cabaret act, who split after a woman was found dead in a bath.
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