Most Popular Care Home Movies and TV Shows
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1. St. Vincent (2014)
PG-13 | 102 min | Comedy, Drama
A young boy whose parents have just divorced finds an unlikely friend and mentor in the misanthropic, bawdy, hedonistic war veteran who lives next door.
Votes: 93,826 | Gross: $44.13M
3. Cold Creek Manor (2003)
R | 118 min | Drama, Mystery, Thriller
A family relocates from the city to a dilapidated house in the country that was once a grand estate. As they begin renovations, they discover their new home harbors a secret and may not be completely free of its former inhabitant.
Votes: 20,649 | Gross: $21.38M
4. The Story of Tracy Beaker (2002– )
15 min | Comedy, Drama, Family
Tracy Beaker is a 10 year old girl who has been placed in a children's home. Tracy makes new friends along the way, and causes mischief where ever she goes.
6. Tracy Beaker Returns (2010)
28 min | Drama
Tracy Beaker returns to The Dumping Ground only this time she's not a resident but a care worker offering her advice and experiences to a new generation of 'dumped' kids, often with calamitous results.
7. Harvie Krumpet (2003)
TV-14 | 23 min | Animation, Comedy, Short
The odd biography of a man who has Tourette's Syndrome, chronic bad luck, menial jobs, nudist tendencies, and a book of "fakts" hung around his neck.
9. Real Men (2003 TV Movie)
180 min | Crime, Drama
Working an old missing child case, a police detective finds himself drawn to an orphanage. He suspects the caretaker of sexual improprieties with the minors there but cannot get them to talk. The key may be a neighborhood child.
10. Helen (I) (2008)
Unrated | 79 min | Drama
Helen is a teenage girl who, when asked by the police to play the stand-in for a reconstruction, realizes it gives her a chance to confront her own troubled past.
11. Kicked Out: From Care to Chaos (2017 TV Movie)
40 min | Documentary
A deeply personal documentary in which film-maker Rebecca Southworth traces her own life, abused by her father and taken into care, and asks why so many people lead troubled lives after leaving care.
14. Care Home (2006)
When Claudia, a former Filipina professor now working as a caregiver in America, moves her mother Corazon to the care home where she works, the latter feels hurt and humiliated. Like many ... See full summary »
15. Wayne Anderson: Singer of Songs (2005)
23 min | Short, Biography, Music
Truly obsessed by the power of music, Wayne Anderson is no ordinary man. He's a man with a dream: a dream to one day break into the music scene and release an album; an album of covers ... See full summary »
Nurses Who Kill (2016– )
44 min | Documentary, Crime
This edition examines the story of Alison Firth, a nurse who was unable to face the amount of work required caring for her 84-year-old charge and resorted to extreme lengths to avoid the work.
Dispatches (1987– )
Bupa Care Homes Undercover
27 min | Documentary, News
Undercover filming uncovers the specialist dementia care homes for the elderly operated by the UK's largest private medical business BUPA amid allegations of neglect and abuse of patients.
Rhod Gilbert's Work Experience (2010– )
29 min | Comedy
Filmed before the coronavirus crisis, Rhod takes on one of his toughest challenges yet - being a carer. Even in more ordinary times, the work of carers is so valuable, if not always valued.
Panorama (1953– )
Crisis in Care - Part 2: Who Pays?
58 min | Documentary, News
With more and more care homes closing and a shortage of carers, Alison Holt meets some of the vulnerable people threatened with selling their homes to pay for their care.
BBC Politics East (2020– )
29 min | News, Talk-Show
Amelia Reynolds presents the first edition of this new programme featuring political news from the East of England. Includes reports on adult social care and veganism.
The Great Indoors (2020)
29 min | Talk-Show
Volunteers making packed lunches for the local community, a documentary filmed by NHS staff, corner-shop heroes, Anna Ryder Richardson meets Wales' tiger woman and comedian Rhod Gilbert talks about his latest work experience .
Britain's Parking Hell (2018– )
45 min | Documentary
A campaigner is on a mission to stop people wrongfully parking in parent-and-child bays. With 6 schools and 2 care homes one street is seriously oversubscribed. An inventive dad is determined to make streets around a school safer.
The Great Gardening Challenge (2019– )
55 min | Game-Show
Professional gardening teams from opposite ends of the county are challenged to create amazing garden spaces for the Care for Veterans home in Worthing that are highly accessible yet low maintenance.
Bad Habits, Holy Orders (2017– )
45 min | Reality-TV
The Mother Superior sets the girls a challenge revealing their charitable side with young homeless people and visiting a care home to meet elderly residents who have lost loved ones. But the biggest challenge is 24-hours of silence.
Politics Live (2018– )
44 min | News, Talk-Show
Jo Coburn and her guests discuss - Rough sleeping, are Labour MPs taking Brexit bribes? Is Gibraltar a colony? Should the rich pay more tax? Should all care homes have CCTV?
Jeremy Vine (2018– )
120 min | News, Talk-Show
Jeremy Vine (2018– )
96 min | News, Talk-Show
Jeremy asks - Are care homes being failed by the Government? Should the Government apologise for the way they have handled the crisis? Virologist Chris Smith answers viewers Coronavirus questions.
Peston (2018– )
47 min | News, Talk-Show
Robert discusses the likelihood of the lockdown being eased, the mounting death toll, Scotland's strategy for tackling Coronavirus and the wearing of face-masks with his guests.
Victoria Derbyshire (2015– )
59 min | News
The new health measures coming into effect to slow the spread of Coronavirus. What precautions should schools and care homes be taking? The former addict who plans to open a mobile drug consumption room.
The Sheriffs Are Coming (2012– )
44 min | Documentary
Can Rob and Gerald help a woman who was unfairly dismissed from her job get the money she is owed. A valuable Range Rover could be removed from a car dealership.
The Andrew Marr Show (2005– )
Episode dated 12 April 2020
69 min | News, Talk-Show
Question Time (1979– )
Episode dated 16 April 2020
55 min | News, Talk-Show
Pre-recorded questions include - How many marks out of 10 would you give the UK for its record on social care? How can we transition out of lock-down without compromising the health of the nation and why are we not all using face-masks?
Question Time (1979– )
Episode dated 28 May 2020
60 min | News, Talk-Show
Viewers in Glasgow ask the panel of guests questions about Dominic Cummings actions, delays to track and trace and does the situation in care homes highlight the lack of respect for the elderly?