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    OMG, Flambards! I loved that show and was watching it right before I moved from New Orleans to New York. And Sandbaggers and Francesca Annis in Lillie. Those were the days.

    After purchasing our Region 2 (PAL) DVD player (we are in the US) we have never wanted for great British shows. We either have or have seen almost all you mentioned and so much more. All Creatures Great & Small brought my husb. and me together and in 1989 on our 2nd (of 8) trip to the UK, we met the real "James Herriot" (Dr. Alf Wight) right outside our cottage and he signed our books! Amazing. Midsummer Murders, Prime Suspect, Morse, Silent Witness, Heartbeat, The Bill, Family at War, to name just a few of our favorites. There never seems to be a paucity of great shows out of Britain. The PAL DVD players can be found on amazon for only about US $47 so I highly recommend picking one up if you live in the US and love British shows. Amazon.co.uk has a never-ending supply of fabulous shows on hand. In fact, I'm quite surprised they didn't send me a Christmas card for being their best customer!

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