A country house situated in the London suburbs holds a collection of photography dating back through the last century. Plans have been raised to divide the collection and turn the house into a business school.... Three-part drama written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff about the battle to save a vast photographic library. A US property developer finds the library employees still ensconced in a London building he's come to renovate. After unsuccessfully trying to sell the pictures to an advertising agency Marilyn makes a personal plea to Anderson. Meanwhile Oswald... begins an investigation into Anderson after seeing a picture of his mother in the library. [show more]
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Detailed by a huge US corporation to develop a country house on the outskirts of London into a 21st century business school, Christopher Anderson (Liam Cunningham) finds himself stumped when it transpires that the building he has been assigned contains a rare collection of photographs. Anderson's attempts to bulldoze through red tape are frustrated by the on-site staff, who are determined to preserve their unique representation of Britain's heritage.