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Addictive shows you'll love to watch in the air.

From award winning comedies, to gripping emotional dramas, TV fans will have plenty to watch with our inflight entertainment lineup. We even have full box sets to keep you glued to your screen until you land.

And don't forget to check out our family friendly viewing to keep our younger travellers occupied.

Just a note - as we have different types of entertainment systems on our aircraft, the line up may vary.


Bosch - Season 1
Based on the books by Michael Connelly, Bosch is about relentless Los Angeles homicide detective Harry Bosch (Titus Welliver), who is trying to solve the murder of a 13-year-old boy while he himself is in court charged with murdering a serial killer.

Man in the High Castle
A dark drama series based on the novel by Philip K Dick, which imagines a world in which it was the Axis powers who won World War II by dropping an atom bomb on Washington DC. Life is grim under Nazi rule, but as Juliana Crain (Alexa Davalos) discovers, there are pockets of resistance forming. Dare she sign up?

Mozart in the Jungle
Sex, drugs and classical music in this series going behind the scenes in the world of top orchestras  – and what happens behind the curtains at the symphony can be just as captivating as what occurs on stage.

Peaky Blinders - Season 4
He’s back. He of the cheekbones, piercing gaze and a nasty habit of murdering his enemies. We’re talking about Cillian Murphy as Brummie gangster Tommy Shelby, of course, and in the fourth series onboard, he’s continuing to plan expansion overseas.

Red Oaks - Season 1
Coming-of-age comedy series following David (Craig Roberts), who’s deciding how to spend the rest of his life while also working as assistant tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club. “Focus on grades,” says his dad. “Drop out and go into stocks,” drawls his boss. Sheesh. All that, and there are matters of the heart to which he must attend.

Save Me
The fact that it stars Lennie James is the only recommendation you need for this hard-hitting drama. The fact that he also wrote it? Where do we sign? James plays Nelly, a down-and out whose life is turned upside down when Jody, the estranged daughter he fathered 13 years ago, mysteriously disappears. Suranne “Doctor Foster” Jones stars as Jody’s mother. 

Transparent - Season 1
Winner of so many TV awards it’s beyond a joke, Transparent stars Jeffrey Tambor as Mort, who tells his children that he’s transsexual only to find that it’s just tip of a huge, family-secrets-based iceberg. Honestly, “dysfunctional” is not the word for this lot.

Witnesses: A Frozen Death - Season 1
A young woman rushes to her bus stop in the windy coastal wastes of northern France. However, she quickly senses there’s something wrong when the passengers seem strangely immobile… 


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The Good Place

After Michael erases their memories, Eleanor, Chidi, Tahani and Jason find themselves in The Good Place again. However, Eleanor finds a clue she left for herself and tries to put everything together.


Hipster culture lampooned in this sketch show, as Spyke gets the band back together. Podcasters investigate a police station. Candace introduces Toni to her childhood home. Brendan and Michelle consider van life.

Red Oaks

Coming-of-age comedy series following David (Craig Roberts), who’s deciding how to spend the rest of his life while also working as assistant tennis pro at Red Oaks Country Club. “Focus on grades,” says his dad. “Drop out and go into stocks,” drawls his boss. Sheesh. All that, and there are matters of the heart to which he must attend.

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The Big Bang Theory

In season 11, Amy has trouble deciding whether she should marry Sheldon. Meanwhile, Bernadette confides in Penny when she learns some huge news.

3 episodes

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Curb Your Enthusiasm

It’s season nine, and Larry tries to rid himself of an inept assistant, offends Jeff's barber and gets into hot water over a new project. Cringe-making? Yes. Funny? Oh yes.

2 episodes

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Frances (Sarah Jessica Parker) is inspired by an unknown artist; Robert encounters a sexy, opinionated realtor. Funny and sad – often at the same time – it is one of those shows where you wish they could just get a room already.

Season 2 - 8 episodes

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Family Guy

In ‘The Peter Principle’ Meg takes advantage of Peter’s temporary job as principal to get even with her bullies. Meanwhile, Brian and Stewie open a B&B that quickly turns into a brothel.

Season 16 - 3 episodes

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Inside Number 9

Comedy-horror here in ‘Zanzibar’, where strangely-farcical goings-on are in store for a group of unwitting guests, who have all booked adjoining rooms on the ninth floor of London’s Zanzibar hotel.

Season 4 - 2 episodes

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Modern Family

You can’t fault Jay for his eternal optimism. In ‘Lake Life’, he takes the entire clan on a lake house vacation in an effort to ‘make memories’. Does all go to plan? What do you think?

Season 9 - 3 episodes

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From Sharon ‘Catastrophe’ Horgan and Graham ‘Father Ted’ Linehan comes this comedy about the pitfalls of parenting that is acerbic, howlingly funny and often very near the knuckle indeed. Did we forget superb? It’s that too.

6 episodes

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New Girl

In season six, Jess avoids her feelings for Nick by taking care of her dad in Portland. While attending a work party with Reagan, Nick panics that they really don’t know each other.

3 episodes

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Channel Dave’s new sitcom, and it’s Simon's first day as a hospital porter. But a misunderstanding with a dead Rabbi means he finishes his first shift having to impersonate a doctor.

3 episodes

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This is Us

New US comedy-focusing on the lives of a group of people who share the same birthday, Rebecca goes into an early labour; Randall finds his biological father, and Kevin faces a personal and professional crisis.

3 episodes

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A year after leaving the presidency, Selina is on CBS show This Morning, where she’s interviewed by her ex-employee, Dan. Meanwhile we get up to date up with the differing fortunes of the rest of her crew.

1 episode

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Will & Grace

Season nine of Will & Grace is a little different, a teensy bit special. Why? Because it’s set 11 years later, with Will and Grace getting over their divorces and living together once again. Meanwhile, for scene-stealers Jack and Karen it’s hilarious business as usual.

3 episodes

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Young Sheldon

If you’ve seen the hit comedy The Big Bang Theory then you’ll know the socially awkward but insanely intelligent Sheldon. Good news – he’s got his own spin-off show, charting his early years. What’s life like for a child genius? Not easy, is the answer.

3 episodes

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Film buffs, you’ll be in heaven with this ‘biography’ of the movie poster: how the art form was born, how it thrived and how it lost its sparkle. However, as the film also shows, the art of the movie poster is enjoying a renaissance. 

Attenborough and The Sea Dragon

A 200-million-year-old murder mystery here, as Sir David Attenborough investigates the discovery of an ichthyosaur on the Jurassic Coast in southern England. The team reconstruct the skeleton in order to answer the question: how did it die?

Titanic: 20 Years Later with James Cameron

Titanic director James Cameron tries to answer a question that’s troubled him for the two decades since the release of his epic. No, not, ‘Could Jack have fitted on the raft?’ (Yes, he could). But, ‘Did we get it right?’

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Alexander Ekman's A Swan Lake
Choreographer Ekman has looked to an earlier, ‘forgotten’ version of Swan Lake version for inspiration, creating a spectacular, freewheeling adaptation that leaves audiences gobsmacked. Put simply, you won’t have seen ballet done like this before.

Anthony Joshua: The Fight of My Life
Documentary taking us behind the scenes of the fight between Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko at Wembley in April 2017. Featuring exclusive access to Joshua's camp, it details events leading up to the event and then the night itself. Even if you know the outcome, it’s nail-biting stuff.

Art, Passion & Power: The Story of the Royal Collection
In this episode of the BBC arts show, historian Andrew Graham-Dixon studies works acquired by Henry VIII and Charles I – founders of The Royal Collection. It turns out they had ulterior motives, for the art contained a message for the court – obedience.

Blue Planet II
The most eagerly awaited natural history programme since, well, the first series is back, and once more it’s helmed by Sir David Attenborough and features some of the most stunning wildlife photography ever shot by anyone ever. 

Business Traveller
This episode explores the latest innovations in health and wellbeing, including the future of wearable tech and the hotel running concierges helping travellers keep up their fitness routines.

Darcey Bussell: Looking for Fred Astaire
Dancing queen Darcey Bussell’s hoofing pin-up is none other than Fred Astaire, who died 30 years ago this year. In this documentary, she goes in search of Fred and the women who inspired him – but what she learns is very different to what she expected.

Fire in Babylon
In the 1970s and 1980s the West Indies cricket team shed their image as ‘Calypso cricketers’ and went on to dominate the sport. As this feature-length documentary goes to show, they struck a defiant blow at the forces of white prejudice worldwide. 

Grayson Perry: Divided Britain
Cross-dressing, Turner-winning artist Grayson Perry is now one of the country’s most searching and celebrated documentarians. A UK torn by Brexit is his subject for his latest film, and as ever, he ends by creating a unique artwork.

Hans Zimmer Live in Prague
Probably the greatest film composers of our age, Hans Zimmer has a back catalogue that includes The Dark Knight, Gladiator and Inception. Filmed at the O2 in Prague, this concert film features all the classics.

Inside The Tube: Going Underground
Engineer Rob Bell does his level best to mind the gap as he goes underground in order to discover the fascinating history of London’s Tube. His first task is to find out how it was built – and what he discovers is an incredible feat of Victorian engineering. 

BAFTA-nominated documentary Jane focuses on the life and work of anthropologist Jane Goodall, who in 1962 decided to do something about the fact that virtually nothing was known of chimpanzees in the wild and set off to Tanzania – going where no man dared to go.

John G. Avildsen: King of the Underdogs
You may not know the name John G. Avildsen but we bet you’ve seen at least one of his movies, given that he gave us Rocky and The Karate Kid among others. This feature-length profile explores why he remains virtually unknown. 

Julius Caesar with Mary Beard
Historian Mary Beard sets out to uncover the real Caesar, asking the questions we all want answered, like how did he become a one-man ruler of Rome? How did he use spin and PR? Oh, and while we’re at it, how did he hide his bald patch?

Louis Theroux: Dark States
Louis travels to Houston, widely considered to be the hub for human trafficking in North America. There he discovers that most of those trafficked will be forced to work in the sex industry and explores the dynamic between prostitute and pimp. 

Meet the Hedgehogs
As if the mere sight of Steve Backshall himself wasn’t enough to melt your heart, how about Steve helping cure sick hedgehogs and release them back into the wild? Unsurprisingly, it all makes for seriously cute TV (with an important environmental message natch). 

My Generation
Who better to guide us through the Swinging Sixties than an actor who was the very epitome of the era: Michael Caine. Based on personal accounts and featuring archive footage, this is the 1960s as seen through his eyes. Groovy!

Old People’s Home for 4 Year Olds: 2 Episodes
Documentary series that asks four-year-olds and 84-year-olds to work and play together and measure the effect it has on both groups. Specifically, will their activities improve the health and happiness of the older group?

Prince Harry and Meghan: Truly, Madly, Deeply
Could Meghan be the one to modernise the monarchy? Just one question posed in this glossy run-through of the couple’s romance. First, however, she has to learn such tricks as ‘the Duchess slant’, which is way of sitting so people don’t see your undies. Good luck with that. 

San Francisco Opera
Little wonder that this operatic retelling of the Romeo and Juliet story was filmed and released for posterity. Featuring stunning costumes by designer Christian Lacroix as well as production design to die for, it’s a sumptuous feast for the eyes and ears. 

Shot! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock
Say cheese and take a trip into the life and work of one of rock’s greatest living photographers Mick Rock. Having captured the likes of Bowie, Blondie, Queen, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop, there’s no better (or more grizzled) tour guide. 

A hard hitting documentary which challenges audience preconceptions and gives an insight in to the big-game hunting debate. Distressing viewing at times, Trophy reveals the complexities of the issues at stake. Note Virgin Atlantic is opposed to hunting and do not ship hunting trophies.

Underground Britain
Adrenaline junkie Rob Bell embarks on an underground adventure, visiting different areas of the UK. In London he opens a door on a quiet street to discover WWII's best kept secret – a labyrinth of tunnels that the public were not supposed to know about.

The Vietnam War
This explosive first episode of a major new documentary series covering on the Vietnam War explores the background to the conflict. The storm clouds are gathering when, after nearly a century of French colonial rule, Vietnam emerges independent, but divided.

Who Do You Think You Are? 2 Episodes
The kind of TV that gets people talking, Who Do You Think You Are? Is the genealogy documentary that never fails to leave your jaw on the floor and the celebrity in question sobbing like a beauty queen.

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Dynamo: Live at the O2

There’s barely a magician alive who can match Dynamo for sheer breath-taking skill. This crowning date of his incredible 2016 tour sees him performing card tricks, levitating and even walking on water. 

Little Women

During the American Civil War ‘Marmee’ March brings up her four daughters whilst her husband serves as a pastor to the Union army. At their first Christmas without him they donate their food to the poverty-stricken Hummel family.

Save Me

Nelly is a down-and out whose life is turned upside down when Jody, the estranged daughter he fathered 13 years ago, mysteriously disappears.

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Black Lightning: 3 Episodes
The show that critics are calling a shot in the arm for the superhero genre stars Cress Williams as retired superhero Jefferson Pierce. However, Pierce is forced to return to fighting crime as Black Lightning when a local gang kidnaps his two daughters.

Britannia: 2 Episodes
The show that they’re calling ‘the new Game of Thrones’ is set in 43AD, as the Roman army attempt to crush Britannia, a ‘mysterious land’ led by warrior women and powerful Druids who claim to channel the powerful forces of the underworld.

Call The Midwife
This Christmas special finds the baby-delivering ladies of Nonnatus House having to cope with the freezing cold. Roads are blocked and the pipes are frozen. But when the milk float can’t complete its rounds, Nurse Crane decides that enough is enough...

Deadliest Catch
In this episode of the fishing-vessel reality show a rogue wave forces Zack to make a life or death decision. Against his co captain and crew, Josh bets on a Bering Sea myth. Giant seas roll Sean Dwyer. Sig turns to daughter Mandy for help.

Doctor Who: Twice Upon a Time
Why is the 2017 Doctor Who Special so significant? Try the fact that it’s history in the making, as the Twelfth Doctor (Peter Capaldi) bows out, only to be replaced by the first female doctor in the history of the show, Jodie Whittaker.

Donal’s Meals in Minutes: 5 Episodes
After spending a year on the move in different kitchens around the world, Irish chef Donal Skehan learned about the need for cooking quick meals with limited equipment. His new show finds him passing on those much-needed tips.

First Dates
Bradley kicks off by asking his date, Lucy, if she wants to go to an Arsenal game. After that, things get even worse. Meanwhile, serial dater Mitz unveils an ‘interesting’ technique on Sarah, while cancer survivor Ann-Marie gets a nice surprise from Carl.

The Flash: 3 Episodes
In the opening episode of season four, ‘The Flash Reborn’, our man Barry is brought out of the Speed Force to help fight an armoured villain. Only one problem: he isn’t the same person.

Feud: 4 Episodes
The making of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (also to be found onboard) created a truly poisonous rivalry between its two stars, Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Starring Sarandon and Lange as Davis and Crawford, Feud brings the era alive in a brilliantly performed, compelling slice of Hollywood life.

Game of Thrones: 2 Episodes
In the scintillating climax to season six, things comes to a blood-soaked end in Kings Landing as Cersei exacts the kind of revenge we’ve spent nine episodes waiting for. Then in the first episode of season seven, called ‘Dragonstone’, and things are hotting up in virtually every section of the gargantuan story. Most worryingly of all, the vast army of White Walkers is well and truly ‘on the move’.

Gone to Pot: American Road Trip
It’s a simple set-up: actors Linda Robson, Pam St. Clement, Christopher Biggins, footballer John Fashanu and darts supremo Bobby George take a bus trip in order to try marijuana. Suffice to say it’s the show that’s got everybody talking – and its participants giggling. 

The Good Doctor: 2 Episodes
A medical drama with a difference here, since the central character, Dr Shaun Murphy, has autism and savant syndrome, which grants him special abilities. Although he can use his amazing gifts to save lives, his personal life is not quite as straightforward… 

Harry Styles Live in Manchester
Turns out that Harry Styles has more to offer than the average boy-bander. Not only did he show impressive acting chops in Dunkirk, but he released a well-received album of grown-up pop. Here he is going it alone in a brilliant gig from 2017.

Kiri: 4 Episodes
Set in Bristol, this hard-hitting UK drama stars Sarah Lancashire as a social worker charged with looking after nine-year-old Kiri, a black girl about to be adopted. However, things take a tragic turn when Kiri is found murdered.

Lethal Weapon: 3 Episodes
In ‘El Gringo Loco’, Riggs goes off on a maverick solo show, planning to finish off Tito Flores, the kingpin of one of the biggest drug cartels in Mexico. However, Murtaugh follows him. 

Little Women: 3 Episodes
Emily Watson heads a strong cast in this sumptuous three-part adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s novel about the lives of four sisters during the American Civil War. It’s a beautifully mounted work, while its themes of love and loss remain timeless.

Lucifer: 3 Episodes
It’s the opening episode of season three (title: ‘They’re Back, Aren’t They?’) and Lucifer (Tom Ellis) enlists Chloe Decker (Lauren German) to figure out how he wound up in the desert with his wings returned. 

Man in an Orange Shirt: 2 Episodes
Drama charting the challenges and huge changes to gay lives from the Second World War to the present. In 1944, a British Army Captain meets war artist Thomas March in Southern Italy…

Micky Flanagan: Thinking Aloud: 2 Episodes
This new series finds one of the UK’s most popular stand-ups, Micky Flanagan, on a quest to answer the big questions: is there such a thing as a mid-life crisis? Can you offend a German? And does a leather waistcoat have any place in modern society?

Peaky Blinders
He’s back. He of the cheekbones, piercing gaze and a nasty habit of murdering his enemies. We’re talking about Cillian Murphy as Brummie gangster Tommy Shelby, of course, and in the fourth series onboard, he’s continuing to plan expansion overseas.

Professor Green: Working Class White Men
In this first episode of Professor Green’s report on the aspirations of working class white guys, he meets Lewis, who is determined to go to Cambridge University, and David, who is living in a homeless hostel and is on the verge of far-right politics. 

Rick Stein's Road to Mexico
It was 1968, and having heard the Mamas and Papas’ ‘California Dreaming’, chef Rick Stein was filled with a desire to embark on his own road trip. All these years later, he begins his odyssey, stopping off in San Francisco to taste dishes like ‘the hangtown fry’.

Riverdale: 3 Episodes
In season two’s Chapter Fourteen, titled ‘A Kiss Before Dying’, Fred’s life hangs in the balance following the shooting; Veronica’s father arrives into town; Jughead and Betty question the gunman’s true motives.

Ronny Chieng: International Student: 2 Episodes
Inspired by his own experiences, comedian Ronny Chieng’s new show follows the exploits of Malaysian student ‘Ronny’, who has travelled to Australia to study law. All he has to do is study, get good marks and make his mum proud.

Star Trek: Discovery
It’s the first episode of this brand-new series, and while patrolling Federation space, the USS Shenzhou encounters an object of unknown origin, putting First Officer Michael Burnham to her greatest test yet.

Suits: 3 Episodes
It’s all change in the world of this comedy-drama about life at a law firm, mainly because star Meghan Markle is leaving the show for some reason. These episodes from season seven are among her last…

Witnesses: A Frozen Death
A young woman rushes to her bus stop in the windy coastal wastes of northern France. However, she quickly senses there’s something wrong when the passengers seem strangely immobile…

World's Busiest Cities: Delhi
Dan Snow, Anita Rani and Ade Adepitan go behind the scenes to reveal the hidden systems and armies of people running some of the greatest cities on earth. This time, they’re in Delhi, discovering how the city feeds itself by visiting Asia's largest fruit and veg market.

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From the latest Hollywood Blockbusters, to all time greats, there are more than 100 movies onboard - so plenty more to choose from.

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