As Jim slides down the popularity polls, Sir Humphrey finds himself at the center of a spy scandal. Can the hapless PM and the Machiavellian Mandarin save themselves from public disgrace?
The second program explores the mechanics of how birds fly. Propelling oneself airborne is without doubt a bird's most exhausting activity, and here we see a number of the unique methods used by birds around the world to get into the air. Lastly, we look into the contrasting migratory patterns of birds.
Esther's feelings for Woodcourt grow stronger, despite her best intentions. Richard and Ada's news causes great concern for Esther and Jarndyce. As Inspector Bucket investigates Tulkinghorn's murder; there is no shortage of suspects. An early arrest appears to wrap the case up quickly, but a spate of poison-pen letters suggests that all is not as it seems. As evidence mounts against Lady Dedlock, Bucket sets a trap for the killer, with astonishing results.
A serial rapist is due to commit a violent attack and murder in a few hours, and Rebecca is determined not to let this happen. But she is beginning to feel conflicted about their new role; for the first time, she begins to question the responsibility involved in seeing the future, and worries she might even be helping to cause the incidents they are supposed to stop.
The Royal Shakespeare Company's award-winning production of Hamlet, directed by RSC Chief Associate Director Gregory Doran, stars David Tennant (Doctor Who) in the title role. Adapted for the screen and filmed on location, this dynamic, exciting and contemporary production features all key original cast members from the staged version, including Patrick Stewart as Claudius.
The fates of the Family, the Lab and the rest of the world come crashing together in a deadly showdown. The Family are in pursuit of Abby's son, Peter, who is in grave danger. The chase leads them to an airfield where the final confrontation takes place.
Part 1 of 2. Daniel Graystone, a computer engineering genius, owns a large corporation that is spearheading the development of artificial intelligence. His unwavering professional pursuits are driven to extreme measures when personal tragedy strikes him and his wife Amanda: their strong-willed daughter Zoe dies in a terrorist bombing fueled by an underground religious dogma.
Daniel is beginning to suspect that Zoe-Avatar is in the robot, but his pleas for his daughter to reveal herself go ignored. In an effort to flush her out, he launches a campaign of psychological torture, resulting in escalating tests that force Zoe into a choice she cannot take back. Joseph wanders V-World's New Cap City, led by his guide Emmanuelle.
A hundred thousand lives are on the line as Daniel, Amanda, and Zoe must stop Apotheosis and the imminent attack at Atlas Arena. Framed as terrorists to the world by corrupt GDD agents, the Graystones discover that the truth about Apotheosis is worse than they feared. Now they must overcome impossible odds or watch Clarice Willow destroy Caprica as they know it.
When a Navy commander's body washes up on shore along with the bodies of two drug runners, Gibbs refuses to believe that the sailor who was killed was dirty.
The NCIS team is called in when a severed leg bearing a marine tattoo is found in a trash bin, leading them to a small town where a murder scheme is afoot.
Gibbs and his team investigate the death of a SEAL that occurred during a training exercise.
Jean-Paul Colmor is 74 years old. After an accident early in his life he took a retreat in collecting cars, wrecks and junk, for the last 40 years. One day... four intruders visit Colmor in search of a corner of twisted paradise. The old man proves to be a lot more than they expected. Critically acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, for style and substance, Carcasses uses documentary and fictitious elements in trying to get at the soul of an unthinkable place.
H, Casey and baby Severino have been split up after their mother's death. Casey is in foster care; Severino is about to be adopted, and no one really cares what H does. But Casey is determined to keep his family together, and runs away to kidnap his baby brother and steal H's stash of money in order to get him to follow his plan. He heads to the north of Scotland looking for their estranged dad. This is the beginning of a life-changing journey for three brothers.
It's time to stand up for the little guys! From the best-selling children's novel by Carl Hiaasen comes this larger-than-life story of three kids who answer the call of the wild by protecting a family of endangered miniature owls in Florida. But when a housing development threatens the fragile species, the threesome must learn to think big, break some rules and take a stand. Starring Luke Wilson (LEGALLY BLONDE, OLD SCHOOL), Logan Lerman (3:10 TO YUMA, TV's "Jack & Bobby") and Cody Linley (TV's "Hannah Montana," CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN), this fun-filled eco-adventure escapade will delight kids and adults alike. Also starring Emmy Award and Golden Globe-nominee Robert Wagner (AUSTIN POWERS trilogy, TV's "Hart to Hart").
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