Despite being a fictional account, the storylines featured in Tenko were based on fact.
Tenko follows the harrowing ordeal endured by women interned in a Japanese POW camp.
Will any of these women live to see the end of the war?
You may need to retune your Freeview box.
The car park on screen identity for Drama.
The field on screen identity for Drama.
The pier on screen identity for Drama.
The red dress on screen identity for Drama.
The stairs on screen identity for Drama.
The honesty on screen sting for Drama.
The love on screen sting for Drama.
The trust on screen sting for Drama.
The bedroom on screen identity for Drama.
Call the Midwife comes to Drama and you can get a taster for the hit series here!
Mystery murders and magic in Jonathan Creek.
Our trailer for the classic Birds of a Feather.
Who can forget that lake scene? Fall in love with Darcy all over again.
How Drama's Mr Darcy statue was put together.
Watch the trailer for Crimson Petal and the White.
Watch the trailer for our Morecambe and Wise Night.
Watch the trailer for the investigative drama Silent Witness.
Watch the trailer for Tipping the Velvet.
Watch the trailer from State of Play.
Watch the trailer for Touching Evil.
Retune your Freeview box to get the dramas you love on channel 20.
Watch the trailer for the classic medieval detective series Cadfael.
Watch the trailer for David Jason's A Bit of a Do.
Watch Billie Piper as Sally Lockhart in the The Shadow in the North Trailer.
Watch the trailer for Edwin Drood.
Watch the trailer for Emma.
Jonathan Creek, I mean Alan Davies, helps a neighbour to retune.
Watch our Dalziel and Pascoe trailer.
Watch the Upstairs Downstairs trailer.
Watch the trailer for the Young James Herriot.
Get a taste of comedy-drama series Jam & Jeruselem.
Casualty comes to Drama and The Bill returns!
Watch the trailer for the spectacular novel adaptation Sense & Sensibility.
Tess has endured a vicious sexual assault and being cast out by friends and family.
Join Jonathan Creek for a long weekend this Easter.
You are cordially invited to watch a host of great films this bank holiday weekend.
Watch the trailer for the exquisite series David Copperfield.
Join the original playboy with a paintbrush.
A family torn apart by love.
No, not zombie brides! How and why did the five Miss Havishams descend on London?
We talked to Andrew Davies, the award-winning writer of House of Cards.
All new programmes, coming soon to Drama.
Want some more drama?
Explosive drama on the streets of Victorian London.
Life's not so gentle for Inspector George Gently.
After pride and prejudice comes tragedy.
Seven ordinary people with one thing in common: they've all got murder in mind.
How close do you have to get to catch a criminal?
With his intellect and her instinct there's no hiding the truth.
Will love conquer the great divide?
Detective Murdoch, a maverick of his time.
Every Sunday join a different doctor in time, in space, in style.
From the writer of Only Fools and Horses, meet the Trotters.
This was supposed to be the crime of the century.
Leonardo Dicaprio leads an award winning cast in Martin Scorsese The Aviator.
From humble beginnings to The Paradise.
It takes a stiff upper lip and a butler in waiting to solve upper class crimes.
Midwives serve the women of the east end in their hour of greatest need.
It's never too late for love...
A fresh new line up this Spring on Drama.
DCI Red Metcalfe and his team track down killers to bring them to justice.
In a system under suspicion. How can you tell the good from the bad?
South Riding is about a town stuck in the past, but can one women change the future?
The Birds of a Feather theme intro.
New battles to fight. New souls to save. New Ripper Street.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 1993.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 1996.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 1998.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 2001.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 2003.
The opening sequence of The Bill from 2007.
Evil is everywhere threatening to corrupt even the purist people.
In a city of resolute detectives and relentless journalists hiding the truth is difficult.
How many times have we seen our H Division heroes stabbed in the back?
Victorians may be prim and proper, but our characters wear their hearts on their sleeves.
As hard as H Division try to uphold the law peacefully, force is often necessary.
"You are in Whitechapel now, my streets my laws."
From award-winning crime writer Ian Rankin comes Edinburgh's most unorthodox detective.
Big dreams can lead to big breaks for his career and his heart.
Laura’s actually supposed to TALK to the guests as well? Forget it.
If there’s an awkward gap in the conversation, this is very much not the way to fill it.
Now, we’re not saying Laura has a short temper or is quick to have a tantrum...
First dates can be awkward. Still, it’s nothing a bit of Fred Astaire won’t fix.
Laura really isn’t very good at keeping contact lenses on her actual eyes.
This is, indeed, the most awkward hug in the world.
Mike faces the task of making it look like he’s slept in his own bed.
Mike’s not usually comfortable with grand romantic gestures.
Why, we don’t quite know what to say, Dame Judi…
Laura and Mike often wonder how to describe their relationship.
A comedy classic staring Dame Judi Dench and Michael Williams
We hereby give notice of the opening of the original Pinkertons National Detective Agency.
Crusoe and his friend Friday are castaways on a desert island who struggle to survive.
Freeview 20, Sky & Virgin.
Jacob Blair gives us his verdict on Will and Kate's relationship.
Jacob Blair tells us about his Angus Macfadyen impression...
Did you know that Pinkertons star Jacob Blair is a Murdoch Mysteries fan?