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Silent Witness - Series 13 and 14 | DVD | (06/02/2012)
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In their hi-tech scientific laboratory, The Thomas Lyell Centre, forensic pathologists Dr. Harry Cunningham, Dr. Nikki Alexander and Professor Leo Dalton continue to search for evidence concealed with the dead; intriguing and shocking cases that at times bring the team together, set them against each other or put their lives in grave danger… IntentThe death of an insurance investigator leads to Leo being accused of falsifying a post mortem report, while Nikki becomes concerned that Harry's emotions are clouding his professional judgement. VoidsDid wealthy banker Bridget Flannery really die after falling down the stairs? The high profile case pits Harry and Nikki against each other in the court room.RunLeo discovers that a woman who fell to her death from a high-rise block was murdered, which begins a baffling investigation. Could she have been working for an undercover policeman?ShadowsWhen a crazed shooter goes on the rampage at the university campus where the Lyell Centre is situated, Nikki and Harry find themselves trapped in the building.HomeNikki, back home in Cape Town, is hired by a private investigation firm, while Leo and Harry, in the same town attending a conference, find themselves waylaid by more pressing matters. A Guilty MindAs Leo and Harry are called to look into three suspicious deaths in one night on the same hospital ward, Nikki, increasingly disturbed by a rape and murder case, finds herself in danger. LostThe unearthing of an ancient body in Sheffield uncovers a string of murders three decades ago, a possible miscarriage of justice and painful memories for Leo. First CasualtyAs Nikki investigates the drowning of a young mother, Harry is called to an apparent suicide at a nearby army base; it soon starts to look like the cases may be linked.BloodlinesWhen a human rights lawyer calls Harry to Budapest to investigate the death of a client, they uncover a sinister underworld conspiracy. Soon Nikki and Leo are in Hungary desperately searching for their on-the-run colleague…
The Paradise | DVD | (03/12/2012)
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Set amidst the Victorian splendour of Britain's first department store, The Paradise is a rags-to-riches story of a young girl who falls in love with the intoxicating charms of the modern world. As Denise finds her feet as a lowly shop girl, she must navigate her way through power struggles, intrigues and affairs. When the shop's dashing and reckless owner, John Moray, spots her talents she knows she can use this opportunity to rise to great things. Through sexy, episodic stories driven by romance and glamour, this series creates a world as colourful and captivating as the silks on display in the store. This is a love story, a story of ambition and progress, with a mysterious, dark secret at its heart.
Getting On - Series 1-3 Boxset | DVD | (26/11/2012)
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Set in the geriatric ward of an NHS hospital, Getting On is centred around three brilliantly observed members of hospital staff - return-to-practice nurse Kim Wilde (Jo Brand), the lowest form of life on the ward after the lino; Sister Den Flixter (Joanna Scanlan), drowning in paperwork and beset by personal problems and the jargon-fuelled, stool-obsessed, ward doctor, Pippa Moore (Vicki Pepperdine). The black comedy flows thick and fast as the staff get on with the daily round of bowel movements and hip problems whilst battling the endless form-filling, self-obsessed consultants, cuts and bickering in the furthest backwaters of the NHS. Special Features: Interviews with Kim Wilde, Sister Den Flixter and Dr Pippa Moore
The Mill Series 1 & 2 | DVD | (08/09/2014)
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Based on a powerful true story The Mill begins in the turbulent year of 1833 a time when industry is sweeping children as young as nine into the factories and mills to work 12-hour days. But things are about to change as one feisty young girl Esther Price (Kerrie Hayes) decides to take a stand against the mill-owners and the lackeys who rule their tired and hungry lives. The Greg family pride themselves on treating their workers fairly; but in the hands of those who carry out their orders from the Timperleys maintaining the apprentice house to those overseeing the mill floor kindness can soon become cruelty with injustice and suppression the norm. But the world is changing. Inside Daniel Greg the mill-owner&rsquo;s son is taking over the business and modernising ruthlessly; while outside civil disobedience is on the rise. With migrant labourers arriving in the form of the Howlett family from down South all around is change and striving with workers rallying for their rights and the Greg Family struggling to maintain the status quo. Regardless the future awaits them kicking and screaming like a newborn baby with all that is both good and bad still to come.
The A Word - Series 2 | DVD | (18/12/2017)
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A Rare Gem of A Family Drama Radio Times The A Word returns to the idyllic landscape of the Lake District, where, two years on, Joe is changing. Now age seven, Joe has begun to look at the world and find he doesn't fit in. ?Autistic' is a word he has heard but can't yet understand. Different is what he feels and fears might be something bad. It is up to the whole family to help Joe makes sense of who he is and his place in the world but to do that they must first be honest about themselves. Peter Bowker's six-part drama revisits the funny, messy, mixed up lives of the Hughes and Scott families as they struggle to do their best as parents, carers and lovers, and to work out what's really important in the face of nothing ever feeling normal. Included Extras: On The Roof Mark at the Gig Together Again
Funland | DVD | (26/06/2006)
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Funland is a disturbingly funny thriller - the result of a collaboration between BAFTA award-winning EastEnders writer Simon Ashdown and Jeremy Dyson multi-award-winning writer of The League of Gentlemen. Carter Krantz (Daniel Mays) arrives in Blackpool to avenge the death of his mother. Without a penny to his name and carrying only a fragment of paper containing the words Ambrose Chapel he is sucked into the most disturbing of mysteries.
Getting On - Series 3 | DVD | (26/11/2012)
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The Bafta-Award winning Getting On returns for more dark humour among the bedpans; set in the backwaters of the National Health Service this third series sees King Edwards closed and Den, Kim and Dr Moore transferred 12 miles to a newer ward. Cuts, re-structuring and life events once again dominate the daily grind. Devised and written by its three principal cast, the real challenge lies in just getting on with life in a world where few things work smoothly and messy choices are the order of the day. Over six shifts we watch as the staff cope with mounting bureaucracy and shine a light on the everyday.
Lark Rise To Candleford - Series 1-3 | DVD | (26/04/2010)
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Adaptation of Flora Thompson's memoir of her Oxfordshire childhood set in the small hamlet of Lark Rise and the wealthier neighbouring market town Candleford at the end of the 19th Century.
The Mill Series 2 | DVD | (08/09/2014)
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Based on powerful true stories The Mill continues its tale of workers at the time of the industrial revolution &ndash; a revolution that would build an empire for the bosses and a new world of unionised labour and the vote for the workers. But first there is much to be done. Young Esther Price a girl not afraid to stand up for her rights almost loses her job but instead finds herself negotiating her freedom. As she prepares to move into a place of her own life at the Mill faces new challenges. Migrant labourers have arrived in the form of the Howlett family from down South and the father John soon rises to the role of new overseer. Paid by the piece his attempts to improve output and his wages may lead to disaster. Another newcomer Peter is a black apprentice brought over from the Greg Plantation in the West Indies to speak in favour of the abolition of slavery. All around is change and striving with workers rallying for their rights and the Greg Family struggling to maintain the status quo. Regardless the future awaits them kicking and screaming like a newborn baby with all that is both good and bad still to come. Including the The Real Mill documentary