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Garrow's Law – 2009 to 2011 – This period legal drama was set in Georgian London and focused on the stories of real-life barrister William Garrow. 

Gazette – 1968 – A young Yorkshireman learns the newspaper business working at his father's paper, the Westdale Gazette. 

GBH – 1991 – This controversial period drama takes place toward the end of the Thatcher years, focusing on the intersection of an ambitious politician and well-liked headmaster of a local school. 

Gentleman Jack – 2018 to present – A woman comes back to her ancestral home, determined to restore it to its former glory. 

Gentlemen & Players – 1988 to 1989 – Two businessmen, one self-made and one not, constantly clash in a country village. 

Girlfriends – 2018 to present – A group of middle-aged women experience some strange and dramatic situations, but get through it together. 

Goggle Eyes – 1993 – A young Honeysuckle Weeks (Foyle's War) stars in this series about a teen struggling to accept her divorced mother's attempts to date. 

Gold Digger – 2019 – Julia Ormond stars in this miniseries about a woman entering into a relationship with a much younger man. 

Goldplated – 2006 – A self-made businessman attempts to close a big deal, but finds his shady past to be something of a hindrance. 

Goodnight Sweetheart – 1993 to 2016 – When a modern-day Londoner finds a portal back to World War II, he finds the era much more appealing than he might have guessed.

Gormenghast – 2000 – Christopher Lee and Jonathan Rhys Meyers star in this adaptation of Mervyn Peake’s much-loved British fantasy series. 

Great Expectations – 1981 – Joan Hickson plays Miss Havisham in this adaptation of the Dickens novel. 

Great Expectations – 1989 – John Rhys-Davies and Anthony Hopkins appear in this British-American production of the Dickens novel. 

Great Expectations – 2011 – This three-part adaptation of the Dickens novel by the same name is notable for featuring an exceptionally youthful Miss Havisham. 

Guerilla – 2017 – This six-part miniseries focuses on the British black power movement of the early 1970s. 

Gunpowder – 2017 – This miniseries focuses on the foiled 1605 Gunpowder Plot in London. 

Gwaith/Cartref aka Work/Home – 2011 to present – This Welsh language drama follows a group of teachers working in a Welsh language school. 

Hadleigh – 1969 to 1976 – After inheriting a fortune, Hadleigh tires of leisure and opts for women and adventure. 

Hannay – 1988 to 1989 – Edwardian adventurer and outsider Richard Hannay is daring, clever, and good with the ladies. 

Hard Sun – 2018 to present – Though two detectives see things from vastly different perspectives, they’re forced to work together to fight criminals in a world that may be doomed.

Harlots – 2017 to present – While brothel owner Margaret Wells struggles to raise her daughters, a rival brothel owner targets her for attack. 

Harry – 1993 to 1995 – Harry Salter owns a news agency in Darlington, and he’ll stop at nothing to get a story. 

Have Your Cake & Eat It – 1997 – A middle-aged roller coaster executive has an affair with a younger woman. 

Headhunters – 1994 – James Fox and Francesca Annis star in this drama about a high-end headhunter who specializes in poaching the most talented executives. 

Heartbeat – 1992 to 2009 – In this 1960s period drama, PC Nick Rowan is relocated to the tiny Yorkshire village where his wife grew up. 

Hearts of Gold – 2003 – This two-part drama was based on Catrin Collier's first novel, and tells the story of a poor Welsh woman who falls in love with a well-to-do doctor. 

Hetty Feather – 2015 to present – In this children's period drama set in Victorian London, a young orphan must return to the hospital where she was found. 

His Dark Materials – 2019 – Based on the Philip Pullman novel of the same name, this miniseries tells the story of two children adventuring through parallel universes. 

Hold the Dream – 1987 – This follow-up to A Woman of Substance shows Emma Harte at 80. 

Home Fires – 2015 to 2016 – This WWII-set series focused on the life of Women's Institute members in a rural Cheshire village. 

Hooten & the Lady – 2016 – A British Museum curator and American adventurer hunt treasures around the globe. 

Hope Springs – 2009 – Four English thieves hope to get out of the country, but instead end up in a small Scottish town. 

Hotel Babylon – 2006 to 2009 – Young and beautiful people work in a glamorous boutique hotel. 

How Green Was My Valley – 1976 – This miniseries adaptation of Richard Llewelyn's novel tells the story of the coal mining Morgan family in Wales. 

Howards End – 2017 to 2018 – Based on the novel by E.M. Forster, this miniseries examines British class differences in early 1900s England by looking at three different families. 

Howards' Way – 1985 to 1990 – When a man is made redundant from his job, he invests in an old boat yard. His family is not entirely supportive. 

Hustle – 2004 to 2012 – A group of con artists specializes in highly rewarding long cons. 

I, Claudius – 1976 – Derek Jacobi stars as Claudius in this history of the Roman Empire. 

Ideal – 2005 to 2011 – Drug dealer Moz deals with the strange customers who come to his home to get high. 

In a Land of Plenty – 2001 – This period drama follows the industrialist Freeman family from 1952 on. 

In the Long Run – 2018 to present – In the 1980s, a black family in London sees their lives change dramatically when a relative from Africa comes to live with them.

Injustice – 2011 – After a series of traumatic events shake his faith in the legal system, a barrister moves out to the countryside in hopes of peace and quiet. 

Innocent – 2018 to present – When his conviction is overturned, David is released from a high security prison and begins to rebuild his life. 

Into the Labyrinth – 1981 to 1982 – When a group of children find a magician trapped the wall of a cave, they must help him regain his powers. 

Island at War – 2004 – During WW2, a quiet island community is disrupted by Nazi occupation.

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