High-flying London PR executive Agatha Raisin fulfills a life-long dream of retiring to a small village in the Cotswolds.
Jane Kennedy is a high-flying solicitor. After another failed relationship, she returns to take up the post of Coroner in the small South Devon seaside town of Lighthaven she left as a teenager.
When senior crown prosecutor Janet King returns from maternity leave, she is thrust into the spotlight on a controversial case involving a senior-ranking police officer.
This dramatic series tells the story of three Israeli soldiers who were held captive for 17 years following their kidnapping while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.
Huell gets a behind-the-scenes look at the Governor's Mansion in Sacramento from Kathleen Brown, who lived in the house as a teenager when her father Pat Brown was the governor of California.
Ayala, the first African-American state attorney in Florida history, has been receiving death threats, including from local government employees.
The episode explores one of the last remnants of the Wild West -- the historic park Bodie.
The data firm claims it has psychological profiles of over 200 million American voters. The firm was hired by the Trump campaign to help it target its message to potential voters.
A village-wide squabble in Ancombe over the selling of water rights results in the death of Parish Council Chairman Robert Struthers.
Los Angeles Policy and Updates
The leaders of the scandal-plagued and nearly bankrupt Los Angeles Memorial Sports Arena (known to many Angelenos simply as "the Coliseum") may want to consider some public relations lessons.
Paper or Plastic? After action taken today by the L.A. City Council, the phrase may soon be out of date.
The L.A. region faces obstacles to more rail transit. Rights-of-way are few and some have angry neighbors.
As far as environmental topics go, plastic bags are among the top targets. But paper has baggage, too, and Los Angeles is poised to take on both with the strictest bag ban ordinance in the country.
A recent report released last week states that last year's Occupy Los Angeles protest will cost the City almost double the original estimate: $5 million.
The greening of the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach will help to sustain one of the region's last big industries.