A look at life in one of Britain's favourite holiday destinations during a busy summer. In the Lake District, drama is never far away. From the peaks of England's highest mountains to the depths of its lakes, the terrain is beautiful but treacherous.
This special celebrates the final episode of Inspector Morse. The programme features the stars, creators and members of the distinguished supporting cast telling the story of how an unlikely idea became one of the most popular series in the UK.
This crime drama's central character is Lewis, former colleague of Inspector Morse up until Morse's death. He is now an inspector. He and Det Sgt James Hathaway are assigned a variety of cases and report to new boss Chief Supt Jean Innocent.
Five-part drama set on a remote farm on the Suffolk coast. The story follows three families that each lived in Lightfields farmhouse at different time periods, but who are linked by the ghost of a teenage girl who died in mysterious circumstances.
Little England follows some of the many British ex-pats who have settled in the beautiful medieval town of Eymet in the South of France. They talk about their lives and the typical British comforts they have brought to the French town.
Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell present the documentary series which aims to reunite family members after years of separation, and offers a lifeline for people who are desperate to find long-lost relatives.
Amanda Price is disheartened by life. Her boyfriend is a useless slob, her job is going nowhere and her only retreat is to the world of Jane Austen where she can calm her nerves. That is until she finds herself stuck in the world which she idolises.
A newly retired lollipop lady who begins to realise that life may just have more to offer. Feeling unappreciated and tired of her boring husband and the endless demands of her grown-up kids she walks out and moves in with her sister.