All ten episodes from the first season of the hard-hitting prison drama. Set in Larkhall Women's Prison, the series chronicles the gritty day-to-day lives of the inmates and staff of 'G' Wing. Episodes comprise: 'Them and Us', 'Drug Wars', 'Love Rivals', 'The Victim', 'Tangled Web', 'A Big Mistake', 'Playing With Fire', 'Falling Apart', 'Pay Back Time' and 'Love Hurts'.
All 13 episodes from the second series of the hard-hitting prison drama. Set in Larkhall Women's Prison, the series chronicles the gritty day-to-day lives of the inmates and staff of 'G' Wing. Episodes comprise: 'Tug of Love', 'Shit Happens', 'Visiting Time', 'Looking for Love', 'Mistaken Identity', 'Losing It', 'The Set-Up', 'Babes Behind Bars', 'The Leaving', 'Family Plan', 'Rough Justice', 'Facing Up' and 'Oh What a Night'.
All 16 episodes from the third series of the hard-hitting prison drama. In 'Back From the Brink' Shell gets hold of a weapon and takes Jim Fenner hostage. 'The Turn of the Screw' sees Shell moved to the psychiatric ward, where she confronts her old enemy Mad Tessa Spall. 'The Chains of Freedom' has the women concerned when a knife goes missing from the kitchen. 'False Identity' finds Barbara Hunt accused of bigamy. 'Blood Ties' sees Denny challenged by new girl Buki Lester. 'Do or Die' has G-Wing shaken up by the arrival of Podger Pam. 'The Great Escape' finds the prison under the scrutiny of a fly-on-the-wall documentary crew. In 'Uninvited Guests' Shell and Denny celebrate their freedom by going on a bender. 'Common Criminal' sees the expensively dressed media-darling Charlotte Myddleton arrive at Larkhall ready to serve a year for drug offences. 'Chapel of Love' has Charlotte help Crystal overturn her incorrect drug test report. 'Battle Lines' finds the Peckham Boot Gang causing trouble as soon as they arrive at Larkhall. 'Tough Love' sees Nikki warming to new prisoner Caroline. 'Revolving Doors' has disabled brothel owner Virginia O'Kane return to the prison. 'Standing Up' finds Jim profiting from a new deal he has made with Virginia. 'Cat and Mouse' sees Virginia's scams come perilously close to exposure. Finally, in 'Coming Out', Jim continues plotting against Helen and Nikki.
All sixteen episodes from the fourth series of the women's prison drama. In this series, Yvonne's (Linda Henry) escape bid is foiled, Roisin's (Siobhan McCarthy) drug-bust results in her losing visiting access to her children, and Buki (Kim Oliver) attempts suicide after a sustained campaign of bullying. Episodes are: 'Fight or Flight'; 'Unholy Alliances'; 'Behind Closed Doors'; 'Fait Accompli'; 'Only the Lonely'; 'Sweet Sixteen'; 'Pillow Talk'; 'Prison Issue'; 'Baby on Board'; 'Family Matters'; 'Battle Lines'; 'Appearances' Sake'; 'True Colours'; 'Hard Knock Life'; 'Marriage of Inconvenience' and 'Curtain Call'.
All 16 episodes from the fifth season of the hard-hitting ITV prison drama set in the women's wing of HMP Larkhall. In Episode 1, the prisoners want revenge on Snowball (Nicole Faraday), who planted the bomb that caused the explosion at the end of the last series. In Episode 2, Snowball retrieves her gun from its hiding place and starts to put her escape plan into action with the reluctant help of Karen (Claire King). Episode 3 sees the arrival on G-Wing of Phyl (Stephanie Beacham) and Bev (Amanda Barrie), aka 'the Costa Cons'. In Episode 4, Shell (Debra Stevenson) threatens to blow the whistle on Fenner (Jack Ellis) and his pimping scheme. It's the last straw for Di (Tracey Wilkinson) in Episode 5, when hubby Neil (James Gaddas) starts bringing his boyfriends back to their marital home. In Episode 6, Colin (Tristan Sturrock) unearths the stash Phyl and Bev have hidden behind their mirror - but his own little habit should keep him from shopping them. Episode 7 sees Christopher Biggins (played by himself) being held hostage by Larkhall inmates during a celebrity visit. In Episode 8, Julie S (Victoria Alcock) is forced to consult the unpleasant Dr Nicholson (Philip McGough) after discovering a lump on her breast, and Episode 9 sees her struggling to come to terms with her cancer treatment. In Episode 10, Snowball is in solitary confinement, and feeling increasingly desperate... In Episode 11, allegations made by Snowball in her suicide note are leaving a lot of people feeling vulnerable and exposed. Episode 12 sees the return to G-Wing of old-timer Noreen Biggs (Maria Charles). In Episode 13, Phyl and Bev take the phrase 'open prison' a bit too literally and head off to a swanky restaurant. In Episode 14, a new inmate, lifer Kris Yates (Jennifer Ness), makes a big impression when she arrives on G-Wing. Episode 15 sees Denny (Alicia Eyo) frustrated by a setback to the planned opening of her art exhibition. Finally, Episode 16 sees Yvonne (Linda Henry) locked in an old cell in the underground prison after her and Kris's escape plan is foiled by Fenner.
Every episode from the hard-hitting ITV drama series depicting the trials and triumphs of prison inmates and officers in the notorious women's prison of HMP Larkhall. The initial inhabitants of Larkhall's 'G' Wing, overseen by Wing Governor Helen Stewart (Simone Lahbib), include Nikki Wade (Mandana Jones), a woman serving time for murdering a policeman who assaulted her girlfriend. The unusual relationship that develops between Helen and Nikki highlights the complexities of prison life and the unique and intense environment of Larkhall.