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  • Tales of Para Handy - Complete Series One & Two (BBC) (3-DVD set) Tales of Para Handy - Complete Series One & Two (BBC) (3-DVD set) | DVD | (09/10/2017) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    The Classic BBC series 'The Tales of Para Handy' is finally coming to DVD. The Tales of Para Handy is a Scottish television series set in the western isles of Scotland in the 1930's. Based on the Para Handy books by Neil Munro, this BBC series stars Gregor Fisher as Captain Peter ?Para Handy' MacFarlane, and also stars Scottish favourites Rikki Fulton and Sean Scanlan. The series follows the adventures of the crew of the Vital Spark, as it puffs around the coastal waters of West Scotland and follows the various schemes that Para Handy gets himself and his crew involved in. The series features plenty of well known faces actors including David Tennant & Tony Curran. This 3-disc set contains all 9 episodes from Series 1 & 2.

  • Hamish MacBeth - Complete Box Set Hamish MacBeth - Complete Box Set | DVD | (02/10/2006) from £16.00  |  Saving you £33.99 (68.00%)  |  RRP £49.99

    Lochdubh: a frontier town in the wild west of Scotland. One hotel one general store one doctor and one lawman - PC Hamish Macbeth (Robert Carlyle). He's the sherrif along with canine sidekick Wee Jock with his own singular methods of dealing with crime and misdemeanours. If only his love life were so easily solved. But then that's another story... The complete collection of the popular BBC1 series Hamish MacBeth. Episode Listing - Series 1: 1. The Great Lochdubh Salt Robbery 2. A Pillar Of The Community 3. The Big Freeze 4. Wee Jock's Lament 5. A Bit Of An Epic Series 2: 1. A Perfectly Simple Explanation 2. In Search of a Rose 3. Isobel Pulls It Off 4. Radio Lochdubh 5. No Man Is an Island 6. The Lochdubh Deluxe Series 3:

  • A Sense Of Freedom [1984] A Sense Of Freedom | DVD | (23/02/2004) from £8.84  |  Saving you £-13.89 (-231.90%)  |  RRP £5.99

    Based on the autobiography of former criminal Jimmy Boyle 1979's A SENSE OF FREEDOM was one of the most controversial and influential dramas of its time. Directed by John Mackenzie (The Long Good Friday) and featuring the camerawork of Oscar-winning cinematographer Chris Menges (The Mission; The Killing Fields) it was justifiably hailed by critics and the public alike for its unflinching depiction of prison life and criminal rehabilitation. A SENSE OF FREEDOM tells the moving and ultimately uplifting story of Jimmy Boyle. Born and bred on the tough streets of Glasgow's notorious Gorbals area Boyle followed in his criminal father's footsteps to become one of the city's most well-known and most violent racketeering hardmen. His life of crime came to a sudden end in the late 1960s when he was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a rival gangster. Incarcerated in the controversial special rehabilitation unit of Glasgow's infamous Barlinnie Prison Boyle discovers the meaning of rough justice when full of rage and hostility he attempts to take on the prison system and the authority of the wardens in the only way he knows how. Slowly and painfully he comes to realise there is more to life than violence and crime as he begins the long process of turning his life around. An extremely powerful film A SENSE OF FREEDOM perfectly illustrates the futility and severe brutality of life behind bars. It is also a deeply moving testament to the strength of the human spirit and a reminder that in life it is never too late to change for the better. Starring David Hayman (Trial And Retribution) and Fulton Mackay (Porridge) the film features original music by legendary blues artists Frankie Miller and Rory Gallagher.

  • A Sense Of Freedom [1984] A Sense Of Freedom | DVD | (28/08/2006) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £5.99

    A Sense Of Freedom

  • A Sense Of Freedom [DVD] [1984] A Sense Of Freedom | DVD | (08/03/2010) from £N/A  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    Based on the autobiography of former criminal Jimmy Boyle 1979's A Sense Of Freedom was one of the most controversial and influential dramas of its time. Directed by John Mackenzie (The Long Good Friday) and featuring the camerawork of Oscar-winning cinematographer Chris Menges (The Mission; The Killing Fields) it was justifiably hailed by critics and the public alike for its unflinching depiction of prison life and criminal rehabilitation. A Sense Of Freedom tells the moving and ultimately uplifting story of Jimmy Boyle. Born and bred on the tough streets of Glasgow's notorious Gorbals area Boyle followed in his criminal father's footsteps to become one of the city's most well-known and most violent racketeering hardmen. His life of crime came to a sudden end in the late 1960s when he was arrested and sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a rival gangster. Incarcerated in the controversial special rehabilitation unit of Glasgow's infamous Barlinnie Prison Boyle discovers the meaning of rough justice when full of rage and hostility he attempts to take on the prison system and the authority of the wardens in the only way he knows how. Slowly and painfully he comes to realise there is more to life than violence and crime as he begins the long process of turning his life around. An extremely powerful film A Sense Of Freedom perfectly illustrates the futility and severe brutality of life behind bars. It is also a deeply moving testament to the strength of the human spirit and a reminder that in life it is never too late to change for the better. Starring David Hayman (Trial And Retribution) and Fulton Mackay (Porridge) the film features original music by legendary blues artists Frankie Miller and Rory Gallagher.

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