An introduction to the last series of Hetty Feather. Based on the books by Jacqueline Wilson, Hetty is fired from Calendar Hall after a tragic crisis. Also some familiar faces are shown.

Hetty and the gang play a prank on Sheila, but it has disastrous consequences when a young visitor with a secret arrives to stay at Calendar Hall.

Hetty discovers an explosive secret from Rosamund Calendar- she lost a baby years ago called Charles who she believes Matron may know of while Gideon fears he caused Edwin's life-threatening accident. Rosamund gives birth to another baby who she names William. New housekeeper Brodie arrives at Calendar Hall.

It's senior year at The Foundling Hospital: time for Hetty and her friends to make big decisions about their futures. Do they have the courage to take the chances that will change their lives forever?

In the second series, our indomitable heroine, Hetty Feather, continues her battle against the harsh conditions and unfair punishments at her home in the Foundling Hospital. Hetty's determination to find her mother leads her into more conflict with her arch enemy, the cruel and manipulating Matron Bottomly.

In Victorian London, feisty heroine Hetty Feather is trapped in the Foundling Hospital, the strict institution ruled over by the formidable Matron Bottomley. Aided by friends and thwarted by enemies, Hetty battles to win her freedom and finally find her real mother. Based on the book by Jacqueline Wilson.

In series one, 6 year old Hetty Feather and her little brother, Gideon are forced to leave their “borrowed” family and return to the Foundling Hospital which the fearsome Matron rules with an iron fist.

A landscape gardener is hired by famous architect Le Nôtre to construct the grand gardens at the palace of Versailles. As the two work on the palace, they find themselves drawn to each other and are thrown into rivalries within the court of King Louis XIV.

Samuel Pepys was a high ranking and brilliant Admiralty official, but in private he was a cheat, a philanderer and an adulterer. In 1679 Pepys was put on trial for embezzling Navy funds. His diaries can clear him but they will also expose him for what he is, destroying him as a public figure in society. Will Pepys exonerate yet damn himself by revealing the contents of his diaries or will he hang?
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An adventure of A J Raffles. The Gentleman Thief is a 2001 British television adaptation of the A.J. Raffles stories by Ernest William Hornung. It features performances from Nigel Havers as A. J. Raffles and Michael French as Ellis Bride. It was directed by Justin Hardy.

A tale of intrigue, adventure and romance, this enchanting, remastered dramatization captures the romance of Jane Austin's classic novel "Northanger Abbey".

Anna Karenina was a 1977 BBC television adaptation of Tolstoy's novel.

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