Our top 10 picks | Films & TV
Keeping entertained whilst staying at home has never been more essential. Whilst we're encouraging you to keep busy and try new activities, we also wanted to share some of our top TV and film picks.
From hits of the BBC to Netflix originals, we've got all of your home entertainment needs covered.
Top 5 TV picks:
Seven Worlds, One Planet
Follow Sir David Attenborough as he visits all seven continents to discover the extraordinary wildlife that inhabits them.
If you enjoyed Upstairs Downstairs, you will enjoy Downtown Abbey! The series depicts the lives of a wealthy family and their servants living in the post-Edwardian era.
Follow the life of Queen Elizabeth II with this historical drama praised for its acting, writing and relatively accurate portrayal of the Queen.
Call the Midwife
This wonderful period drama is based on the best selling memoirs of Jennifer Worth who was a nurse and midwife in London in the 1950’s.
Based on the novels by Ann Cleeves, Detective Vera Stanhope (Brenda Blethyn) uses her superior detective skills to solve crimes in North East England.
Top 5 film picks:
With a leading cast consisting of Robert DeNiro, Michael Douglas, Kevin Kline and Morgan Freeman you know you are in for a good movie! This is a great comedy based on four friends who get together to throw a bachelor party in Las Vegas.
The Lion King (2019)
This computer-animated remake of the 1994 Disney original is a must watch! With all of the original songs and exceptional animations it really brings a classic Disney favourite to life.
If you like a good old classic film, sit back and enjoy this fantastic Hitchcock mystery thriller starring James Stewart and Grace Kelly.
This is a great musical full of Abba Songs from start to finish, you will be dancing around the room in no time. If you enjoy this film you should also try 'Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again'.
Clint Eastwood directs and stars in this 2008 drama/thriller which shows war veteran Walt Kowalski trying to reform his teenage neighbour after he attempts to steal his 1972 Gran Torino.