An alien mother ship hovering in Earth's atmosphere is the base for an attempted alien invasion of Earth.
Brad Sterling arrives by yacht as a handsome dream prince, and the discrete favorite nephew and brilliant investor of his tycoon uncle Wade. Charles Colton's ingrate heiress Laura eagerly dates him and puts him in the guest-house, partially as spiteful as alliterative to workaholic tycoon pa's preferred son-in-law Jonathan Lawson, son of tycoon Richard. People who warn fickle Laura get irate reactions, best friend Ava even dies in a suspicious hit and run, yet Laura also turns on either suitor in turn, oblivious to serious indications of manipulation.
Sir Peter Wright’s 1984 version of The Nutcracker for The Royal Ballet, still performed by the Company, stays close to Hoffmann’s original tale. It emphasises Drosselmeyer’s mission to find a young girl – Clara – who can break the curse imposed by the Mouse King on his nephew Hans Peter and thus restore him to human form. References to Nuremberg and German Christmas traditions are present in the settings, with a kingdom of marzipan featured in Act 2.
Eva, a young police department thefts of the Catalan police and eternal aspiring homicide department, is recruited to catch a serial murderer who is dedicated to killing older women. The young agent, single mother of a six year old, have to combine hunting the murderer with her maternal obligations.
A gunman working for a crime ring is hunted by both the police and his employers after a cop is murdered.
Hamlet comes home from university to find his uncle married to his mother, and his father's ghost haunting the battlements and scaring the watch. Then his father's ghost directs him to seek revenge.
They were four ordinary lads from Liverpool who became the biggest rock band the world had ever seen. Wherever they went, they won hearts and sold millions of discs and cinema tickets. What was so special about them that they could fill concert halls and airports form Tokyo to New York with thousands of fans? Why did the dream die and what have "The Fab Four" left behind? In short, who were the Beatles and how did they conquer the world? In this program, we look at their progress week by week through the best days of their lives with footage of fans and interviews, destinations and encounters, good times and bad. The Beatle Diaries tells you all you need to know about the significant events of the Fab Four’s glory years. Travel with John, Paul, George and Ringo from their early days in Liverpool to San Francisco, where they played their last concert together.
When Mark goes for a visit with his uncle he's thrown into a world he knows not much about. Little does he know it'll be a world he's going to have to become very familiar with. One character Mark becomes very familiar and friendly with is a very tame black bear who he later names Ben
A television producer may have set off a string of murders when he investigates the location of an ageing former movie star.
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Kristin Scott is wrongfully blamed for the death of her father just prior to his retirement as a Captain with the fire department. Along with being the only female firefighter on her squad, this puts her at odds with the other members of her team and she resigns. To prove herself she tackles the grueling training of smoke jumping. This is a rugged type of firefighter who jumps out of airplanes directly into the flames.
Beloved BBC soap actress June Brown chats about her life and 67 year career.
An elderly woman (Maureen O'Hara) and a young cabby (Jason Beghe) seek life's meaning as they drive from California to Canada.
An enchanting tale of childhood in a sleepy Cotswold village.
Alice discovers after her husband's death that he was in love with another woman for a long time. She decides to make up with her past and start a new life. She goes on a single trip to northern Sweden to find a new husband.