When was the last time that we
as a nation organised something that wasn’t a complete disaster? Answer: The Twenty Twelve London Olympic Games. Conclusion: Let’s get that guy in to work for us. Hence the arrival of Ian
Fletcher and the start of W1A. The post is sold to Ian as a chance to influence and shape one of the great British institutions. His job is to think Big Thoughts, but it doesn’t take him long to
realise that not only does he not have time to think Big Thoughts, he never has time to think any thoughts at all.
All eight episodes from the
seventh and final series of the ITV comedy drama starring Martin Clunes as the belligerent Dr Martin Ellingham, whose bad manners and unusual ways cause tension among the locals in the
pictureseque Cornish village of Portwenn. In this season, Martin tries to fix his marriage after Louisa (Caroline Catz) decides she needs some time away, Bert (Ian McNeice) tries his hand at
making whisky, and PC Penhale (John Marquez) is put in charge of his very own police issue Taser. The episodes are: 'Rescue Me', 'The Shock of the New', 'It's Good to Talk', 'Education,
Education, Education', 'Control-Alt-Delete', 'Other People's Children', 'Facta Non Verba' and 'The Doctor Is Out'.
The adventures that began with
Full House continue, with veterinarian DJ Tanner-Fuller (Candace Cameron Bure) recently widowed and living in San Francisco. DJ's younger sister/aspiring musician Stephanie Tanner (Jodie Sweetin)
and DJ's lifelong best friend/fellow single mum Kimmy Gibbler (Andrea Barber), plus Kimmy's feisty teenage daughter Ramona, all move in to help take care of DJ's three sons: awkward 12-year-old
Jackson, neurotic 7-year-old Max and new-born Tommy Jr. With surprise visits from new suitors, ex-spouses and beloved relatives, your favourite house promises to become fuller than ever. There's
lots of love, laughs and everything you loved about the '90's in all 13 family-friendly episodes!