In Cashville, two friend friends are torn apart buy fast money and launch an all out street war where no one can be trusted. Loyalty and Respect is lost over Cash in the city of Cashville.
Respectable is a British sitcom, first shown in six episodes from 30 August to 4 October 2006 on Five; it was later repeated on Paramount Comedy 1. It follows Michael Price, a man acutely aware of his own dullness, trapped in a loveless marriage. In the first episode, he hesitantly visits a suburban brothel. Terrified of sex, he strikes up a platonic relationship with a young prostitute, Hayley. The series follows the development of this relationship, and Michael's attempts to conceal his visits to the brothel from his wife. This is complicated by the discovery that his builder, Barry, is a frequent and uninhibited visitor to the brothel. The show was written by Shaun Pye, Alan Connor and Harry Thompson. Former Hollyoaks actress Jodi Albert plays Hayley, a dumb hooker with a heart of gold; Kate is a university student, owner Maureen is a more mature lady who claims to be 27, while Yelena is a dominant Eastern European. Of the characters who don't work there, Michael is going through a mid-life crisis, while his friendly builder Barry is a typical "Jack the lad".
Reality series following six high-powered female hip hop music industry attorneys who use the tricks of their legal training to get Money, Power and Respect in their personal & professional lives.
A four-part drama, set against the background of the English slave trade and adapted by Philippa Gregory from her novel.
Respect was a seven part documentary television series featuring some of the biggest names in British sport and was broadcast each Sunday at 5.00pm on Central Independent Television during November/December 1995. Produced at Central Independent Television studios in Birmingham, the series of half hour programmes focussed on sportspeople of African Caribbean origin who have gained "respect" through their single-minded determination to their chosen sport. Subjects in the series were Lennox Lewis, Judy Simpson, Martin Offiah, Diana Bowles, Tony Daley, Gladstone Small and John Regis. The narration was provided by sports presenter Garth Crooks. Says series producer and director Pogus Caesar. "Over the past decade Britain has seen the tremendous impact and contribution of black people in sport on a worldwide scale. "This will be the first series of its type which concentrates exclusively on black sports people, looking at their life stories and lifestyles and perhaps more importantly finding out what gives them the will to win." - contributors to the series included Sharron Davies, Ian Botham, Nigel Benn, Henry Cooper, Denise Lewis, John Barnes, Roger Black and Kriss Akabusi.