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Da Vinci's Demons – 2013 to 2015 – This series follows Leonardo Da Vinci as a young artist in Florence. 

Dancing on the Edge – 2013 – This period drama focuses on the experience of a black jazz band in 1930s London. 

Dandelion Dead – 1994 – A solicitor in the early 1920s is charged with the murder of his wife and attempted murder of a rival with arsenic.  He says he bought the arsenic to kill dandelions. 

Danger Man – 1960 to 1962 – Secret agent John Drake deals with assignments that threaten world peace. 

Danger UXB – 1979 – Anthony Andrews stars as Lieutenant Brian Ash, a member of an unexploded bomb unit during WW2. 

Daniel Deronda – 1970 – Based on the novel by George Eliot, this miniseries focuses on kind Daniel Deronda and the beautiful but spoiled Gwendolen Harleth. 

Daniel Deronda – 2002 – Gwendolen falls in love with nice man, but needs financial security he may not be able to offer. 

Dark Mon£y – 2019 – When their child is abused by a film producer, a family accepts hush money to stay silent. 

Dates – 2013 to 2013 – Each episode of this romantic drama focuses on one first date in London. 

David Copperfield – 1974 to 1975 – This production of the classic Dickens novel includes Dame Patricia Routledge (Keeping Up Appearances) as Mrs. Micawber. 

David Copperfield – 1986 to 1986 – Based on the Dickens novel, a tender-hearted orphan makes his way in the world. 

David Copperfield – 1999 – Daniel Radcliffe stars as young David in this adaptation of the Dickens novel. 

Deadline Gallipoli – 2015 – Three journalists arrive in Gallipoli in 1915 to report on the war alongside British and Allied troops. 

Dear Murderer – 2017 to present – New Zealand – This series tells the true story of Mike Bungay, one of New Zealand's most successful and controversial defense lawyers. 

Death & Nightingales – 2019 to present – Jamie Dornan stars in this period drama about love, deception, and revenge in the Fermanagh countryside in 1885 Northern Ireland. 

Decline & Fall – 2017 to present – After a prank, an Oxford student is wrongly dismissed for indecent exposure, going to work at a sub-par private school in Wales. 

Deep State – 2018 to present – This is the story of a man who does “one more job” for MI6. 

Delicious – 2016 to present – Two women in Cornwall try to get on somewhat peacefully after circumstances in their lives change dramatically. 

Desperate Romantics – 2009 – This period drama tells the story of the rise of the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood. 

Diana – 1984 – In 1920s England, a poor but promising country boy meets the daughter of a wealthy landowner. 

Dickensian – 2015 to 2016 – Some of Charles Dickens's most memorable characters intertwine in 1800s London. 

Die Kinder – 1990 – Miranda Richardson stars in this series about a woman searching for her children after they're abducted by her ex-husband. 

Disraeli – 1978 to 1980 – This miniseries follows the ups and downs in the life of famed politician Benjamin Disraeli. 

Doctor Finlay – 1993 to 1996 – After WW2 and before the NHS is created, a doctor returns to his Scottish hometown. 

Doctor Finlay's Casebook – 1962 to 1971 – In the late 1920s, Dr. Finlay practices medicine in a small Scottish town. 

Doctor Foster – 2015 to present – When a woman finds out her husband is having an affair, she goes a bit mad. 

Doctor Thorne – 2016 to present – A poor girl is raised by her uncle, Doctor Thorne. 

Doctor Who – 1963 to present – A mysterious Time Lord travels through time and space, exploring and saving the world in equal measure. 

Dombey & Son – 1969 – This miniseries is an adaptation of a Charles Dickens story about a man who wants an heir for his business, only to lose his wife after she bears him a son. 

Dominion Creek aka An Klondike – 2015 to present – Ireland – Three Irish brothers dream of striking it rich in the Klondike Gold Rush.

Downton Abbey – 2010 to 2015 – This period drama follows the lives of the Crawley family and their servants during the early 1900s. 

Drover's Gold – 1997 – Before the railroads, the British had to herd cattle across country to the markets. 

East of Everything – 2008 to 2009 – Australia – When an Australian woman dies, she dictates in her will that her two estranged sons must reopen the family hostel in Broken Bay. 

East West 101 – 2007 to 2011 – Australia – Detective Zane Malik investigates terror and other major crimes on the streets of Sydney. 

Edward & Mrs. Simpson – 1978 – This seven-part series is a dramatization of the events surrounding the abdication of King Edward VIII. 

Edward the Seventh aka Edward the King – 1975 – This miniseries tells the story of Queen Victoria's son Edward VII – playboy, reformer, and elitist. 

Elizabeth I – 2006 – Helen Mirren stars in this miniseries about the later years of Queen Elizabeth I. 

Englistan – 2019 to present – This series tells the story of a British Pakistani family over several decades and generations. 

Fall of Eagles – 1974 – This miniseries charts the endings of three different European family dynasties. 

Fallen Hero – 1978 to 1979 – After a career-ending rugby injury, a man works to rebuild his life. 

Fanny Hill – 2007 – Based on the scandalous classic novel, orphaned Fanny Hill is a prostitute who falls in love with a handsome merchant’s son who also happens to be her first customer. 

Fat Friends – 2000 to 2005 – This Yorkshire-based dramedy focuses on members of a weight loss group who become friends. 

Fingersmith – 2005 – In Victorian England, a young woman becomes maid to a wealthy woman in order to carry out a criminal plot. 

Firm Friends – 1992 to 1994 – A middle-class woman starts a catering business with her Indian housekeeper. 

Flambards – 1979 – When WWI arrives, orphaned Christina finds herself in charge of her uncle’s estate. 

Fleming – 2014 – This miniseries takes a look at the early life of James Bond creator Ian Fleming. 

Follow Me – 1977 – A young boy longs for adventure, but he might have stumbled into more than he bargained for. 

Follyfoot – 1971 to 1973 – When a young woman is sent to stay in the country with her uncle, no one guesses it will quickly become the only place she feels happy. 

Forever Green – 1989 to 1992 – An inheritance allows a couple to abandon their lives in London and move to the countryside, but it's not without its issues. 

Fox – 1980 – This series about a South London gangland family was produced by Verity Lambert (Doctor Who, Jonathan Creek), and was ahead of its time in featuring the criminal as the protagonist. 

Frankie – 2013 – Eve Myles (Keeping Faith) stars as the head nurse on a traveling nursing team. 

From There to Here – 2014 – This family saga begins on the day of the 1996 Manchester bombing and continues on through 2000. 

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