Meet the imaginative family that inspired JM Barrie to write a stage play about boys who have no desire to ever grow up.
Loving families come in all shapes and sizes, even if they're mysterious and spooky, as this classic family-friendly comic horror movie attests.
By a ruse, Wiros and the Ruminales enter the city of Gabi. Unable to stave off the attack, Ilia runs away and returns to Alba Longa. Gala's condition worsens when she sees her daughter, as she believes Ilia is a threat sent by the gods, but Amulius defends her.
A bunch of East Enders fight their way out of a zombie-infested London, led by an unlikely gang of amateur bank robbers and foul-mouthed plucky pensioners.
Helen meets with a woman who is demanding power of attorney over her mother, and attends her ex-husband William's writers' festival run by literary interlocutor Lindy Baxter-Smythe.
When his daughter goes missing from their prairie town east of France, Alain and his young son, Kid, head out to find her. Original title: Les Cowboys. In French.
The Goggleboxers share their thoughts on the week's TV highlights.
In this parody of buddy-cop comedies, General Curtis Mortars and Mr Jigsaw are lacing Wilderness Girls cookies with cocaine. It's up to Sergeants Jack Colt and Wes Luger, as well as Billy York informant Becker, to put a stop to this.
The popularity of disco creates a ruthless desperation in Aretha as she struggles to remain relevant. At the Grammy's, things don't go to plan.
Preston Sturges was born on 29th August 1898 in Chicago. Sturges was a writer and director, who was renowned for his screwball comedies. Some of Sturges' career highlights include 1941s Sullivan's Travels, the 1941 Barbara Stanwyck-Henry Fonda picture The Lady Eve, the now respected Unfaithfully Yours (1948) which starred Rex Harrison, as well as directing Betty Grable in The Beautiful Blonde from Bashful Bend (1949).
In the final instalment, Aretha faces significant losses but after an unforgettable Grammy performance, no-one can deny Aretha's Queen of Soul title.
Jacques lives in a small town. When the factory where he works closes down, it is the beginning of the end for him - his girlfriend Cathie leaves him and he finds himself struggling while waiting for better days that may never come. One day, Andre Gardot, a local bookmaker whom Jacques knows for having participated in a few of his illegal poker games, turns up. Gardot offers him a job: to take care of the murder of his wife for 20,000 euros. After hesitating briefly, Jacques accepts. Original title: Un Petit Boulot. In French.
An emotionally stunted aunt struggles with her 13-year-old niece, who wants nothing more than to run away from home and become a Juggalo.
Rob reconnects with Liam when he returns from tour. His band has blown up and Rob is caught in the fantasy of dating a musician. But the reality of what Clyde is offering acts as a counterweight.
In an effort to hopefully win her first Oscar, Kate Winslet takes on a challenging film playing a nun, responsible for hiding Jews from the Nazis.
Elvire Morenkova has everything one can dream of: she's beautiful, rich and a movie star - yet she still commits suicide during a movie shoot. Commissioner Laurence takes a close look at the case. Elvire was incredibly wealthy, she kept lovers, was detested by women - all of which make motives for murder. The show must go on, and the shoot resumes and Avril, who fears nothing, shows up at the audition for replacing the deceased star and lands the role. Original title: Les Petits Meurtres d'Agatha Christie. In French.
In 1972, Aretha records her best-selling album Amazing Grace, inflaming family tension in the process. In 1956, Little Re discovers she's pregnant.
Jamie Fraser must fight to protect those he loves, as well as the home he has established alongside his wife, Claire Fraser, their family, and the settlers of Fraser's Ridge.
Raymond, a chicken farmer in Brittany, finds himself threatened with bankruptcy when the big supermarkets decide to cut out the local farms from their trade. Inspired by his favourite play, Cyrano de Bergerac, Raymond hatches a plan to save his farm and his business through the art of theatre. In French.
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