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Babies | DVD | (28/03/2011)
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A look at one year in the life of four babies from around the world from Mongolia to Namibia to San Francisco to Tokyo.
Out Of Town - Vol. 1 | DVD | (09/01/2006)
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For lovers of rural England countryman Jack Hargreaves embarks on a series of delightful expeditions through the English countryside. With the countryside once again back in the news the series demonstrates country life and the importance of rural economies trades and habitats. Age old skills such as apple grafting and sheep shearing are covered alongside familiar pursuits like point - to - point racing and angling.
John Pilger - The War You Don't See | DVD | (17/12/2010)
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Following his award-winning documentary The War on Democracy John Pilger's new film is a powerful and timely investigation into the media's role in war. The War You Don't See traces the history of 'embedded' and independent reporting from the carnage of World War I to the destruction of Hiroshima and from the invasion of Vietnam to the current war in Afghanistan. As weapons and propaganda are ever more sophisticated the very nature of war has developed into an 'electronic battlefield'. But who is the real enemy today?
Tales Of The Gold Monkey - The Complete Series | DVD | (05/07/2010)
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Tales Of The Gold Monkey: The Complete Series (6 Discs)
For No Good Reason | DVD | (08/09/2014)
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Made over the course of fifteen years For No Good Reason explores the connection between life and art through the eyes of seminal British artist Ralph Steadman. Insightful humorous and visually stunning this is a study in honestly friendship and the ambition that drives an artist. Ralph's rise to prominence began in the early 1970's during the fallout from the love and hope that had swept the western world during the 1960's. This legendary time for music literature art and philosophy was the catalyst along with his developing relationship with writer Hunter S Thompson for Ralph to express and chart the wreckage that followed; a large-scale disintegration of a demoralised counter-culture. His art gained recognition in the press and popular-culture publications both in the UK and US for its bold comment on his fiercely heartfelt politics. The film is a richly creative visual feast about the power and importance of art to achieve Steadman's aim I learnt to draw... to try to change the world. Director Charlie Paul spent 15 years meticulously amassing the footage and creating the remarkable animations for the film to match the same anarchic energy anger and free spirit of Steadman's pictures. Through Johnny Depp's lead in this intimate portrait we are able to reach to the heart of what make this artist tick his friendships and fallings out his love for art and his passion for civil liberties. For No Good Reason is a riot of stories and images as we take a trip through the wild and dark days of Steadman's time with Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas writer Thompson the Rumble In The Jungle; gunfights with literary giant William S Burroughs and his fiercely heartfelt politics. This is an invention energetic occasionally harrowing but inspiring and uplifting film with contributions from Terry Gilliam Richard E. Grant and music from Slash All American Rejects Jason Mraz James Blake Ed Harcourt and Crystal Castles.
Rick Stein's India | DVD | (29/07/2013)
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Determined to track down the perfect curry and introduce new flavours Rick Stein embarks on a spectacular journey though the Indian sub-continent to discover the origins of dishes ingredients and spices that are celebrated the world over. This colourful series offers viewers a feast of delights influenced by India's colourful history captivating cultures and enthralling religious communities. He travels to Kolkata (Calcutta) to experience its ethnic influences and street food discovers the temple food of Tamil Nadu travels through the spice laden hills of Kerala becomes a guest judge at a cooking competition in the Punjab and meets the Dalai Lama in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh - unearthing new flavours and dishes along the way. Inspired by the wealth and fabulous ethnic diversity of Indian regional cooking Rick hosts a small gathering of friends at his cooking bungalow to reveal the outcome of his search for the perfect curry.
The Planet Collection (Blue Planet/Planet Earth/Frozen Planet) | DVD | (08/12/2011)
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Attenborough - 60 Years in the Wild | DVD | (03/12/2012)
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Sir David Attenborough has been at the forefront of natural history film making for over half a century, witnessing an unparalleled period of change in our planet's history. In this unique and important series he delivers his testimony in a trio of spectacular films, focusing on three areas which have transformed most profoundly over his career: film making, science and the environment.
The Greatest Steam Locomotives 6DVD Set | DVD | (14/02/2011)
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The ultimate profile of steam's most famous locomotives FLYING SCOTSMAN A stunning pictorial record of how the world's most famous express locomotive steamed triumphantly into the Millennium. BLACK FIVE Experience all the excitement and drama as a Black Five - Stanier Class 5MT 45407 - answers an SOS from the Mid-Hants Railway to work a Daylight Railtour outing from Alton to Bridgnorth. CASTLE & MANOR See how Castle class locomotive 5051 Earl Bathurst copes with a 75-mile an hour dash to the seaside as she stands in for 7802 Bradley Manor on the first of a series of Torbay Express excursions between Bristol and Kingswear. CLAN LINE Bulleid Pacific 35028 Clan Line was saved from destruction in the 1960s by a group of enthusiasts who weren't prepared to let the Merchant Navy class die. This wonderful DVD follows her progress for a year. GREEN ARROW This is the story of 60800 Green Arrow and her heroic attempts to become the first V2-class locomotive to reach Plymouth after mechanical faults ruled out 60007 Sir Nigel Gresley. But no one on the footplate knew quite what lay ahead. KING EDWARD I Watch as cameras at more than 50 locations follow the beautifully restored 6024 King Edward I from London to Bristol and back to Didcot.
Gonzo - The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson | DVD | (13/04/2009)
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Gonzo is the definitive film biography of a mythic American figure a man that Tom Wolfe called our 'greatest comic writer' whose suicide by gunshot led Rolling Stone Magazine where Thompson began his career to devote an entire issue (its best-selling ever) to the man that launched a thousand sips of bourbon endless snorts of cocaine and a brash irreverent fearless style of journalism - named gonzo after an anarchic blues riff by James Booker
Secret Army - Series 3 | DVD | (01/01/2008)
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This award-winning series was a gripping and authentic portrayal of the war waged by one group of Belgian resistance fighters against the German occupation during the Second World War... Episodes comprise: 1. The Last Run 2. Invasions 3. Revenge 4. A Safe Place 5. Ring of Rosies 6. Prisoner 7. Ambush 8. Just Light the Blue Touch Paper 9. Sound of Thunder 10. Collaborator 11. Days of Judgement 12. Bridgehead 13. The Execution
Death of a Gentleman | DVD | (26/10/2015)
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What would you do if something you loved was dying? What if the sport that created your heroes and the back-story to your life, was in danger of disappearing? Test cricket is a game that has no right to exist in the 21st century. The five day game is the purest form of the second most popular sport on earth, representative of tradition, history and identity. Yet as the short attention spans of a new generation dictate immediacy, the Test game is in danger of being swamped by its shorter, sexier, more financially viable cousin ?Twenty20'. Money corrupts the best of intentions, and as cricket's administrators rub their hands with glee, the Gentleman's game is now a product left at the back of the shelf. Two cricket fans who became journalists, Old Etonian Sam Collins and larrikin Aussie Jarrod Kimber, from opposite ends of the social and geographic scale but united by their love of Test cricket, join forces to try to help save it. They embark on a journey across the cricketing empire to find the answer to the question ?Who really cares about Test cricket?' They talk to the players, ex-players, broadcasters, journalists, administrators and fans. They venture, often uninvited, into boardrooms, offices, hotel rooms and even the home of cricket itself, Lord's, looking for answers as to who is responsible, and what are they doing to save their game. Along the way they befriend journeyman cricketer Eddie Cowan as he prepares to make his Test debut for Australia in front of 70,000 people at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Eddie is the guy doing what they always dreamed of. His infectious love for Test cricket helps convince them that Test cricket is still relevant, that it is worth saving. They travel around Australia with Eddie and experience his ups and downs on tour, watch the Australia vs. India Test series, journey to India to take a closer look at the IPL, bug famous cricket people in the UK and look at open corruption in Sri Lanka as they try to piece together a picture for the future of Test cricket. They run into ogres, well-meaning automatons and the feverishly self- obsessed. Everyone passes the buck. As Eddie's future teeters in the balance, so too does the future of Test cricket. As a story of deceit, incompetence and greed unfolds; one man is living his dream, while two others are trying to keep theirs from dying. Death of a Gentleman is not a nostalgic look back at a sport that professionals played against amateurs while stopping for tea. It's a modern morality tale about a future where sport and money collide, India as a super-power, the curse of the professional administrator and set in a world where fans are better connected to (but more disconnected from) their heroes than ever before. More than that, it is a final call; not just to cricket fans and administrators, but everyone in a rapidly changing world. If you care about something that's in danger, then don't pass the buck, do something about it. Before it's too late.
Sicko | DVD | (07/01/2008)
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Sicko is the new documentary film by director Michael Moore. It investigates the United States health care system with a focus on for-profit health insurance and the pharmaceutical industry. The film compares the U.S. health care system with that of Canada's single-payer system and other universal health care systems including those in France the United Kingdom and Cuba. The film has been criticized for not discussing the drawbacks of universal health care in these countries.
IMAX-The Magic of Flight | Blu Ray | (29/08/2011)
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Take a technological thrill ride faster, higher, and wilder than modern science or even your imagination! Relive the historical first flight of the Wright Brothers in 1903, then soar with the world-famous Blue Angels as they defy the laws of gravity with their most breathtaking maneuvers.Narrated by Tom Selleck, The Magic of Flight highlights and salutes a variety of modern aircraft, the people who fly them, and the human potential of training and performance.Ever wonder how did they do that? The Making of 'The Magic of Flight' (42 min.) puts you behind the camera and provides further insights into the world of aviation and the techniques used to get some of the most amazing airborne footage ever captured on film. Shot using high-definition cameras, The Making of 'The Magic of Flight' captures the enthusiasm and excitement of the crew who made this groundbreaking film.
Elstree 1976 | DVD | (14/11/2016)
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In 1976, during the hottest summer on record, Star Wars was shot in suburban North London. Nobody involved had any idea how big the film would become, many couldn't even remember the title. Yet, for the extras and actors in smaller roles, their faces hidden in masks and helmets, this seemingly insignificant job would go on to colour their lives even four decades later.
The Busby Babes | DVD | (28/01/2008)
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On Feb 6 1958 a plane carrying a Manchester United team on the point of ruling European football crashed on a runway in Munich killing 22 people including 7 players. Duncan Edwards perhaps their greatest player became the 8th player to die of his injuries fifteen days later in a German hospital. This DVD tells the full story of the Busby Babes the death of the team and the birth of a legend and the journey they took over the next ten years still managed by Matt Busby to finally become the best team in Europe. This unique documentary features extensive coverage of the 1948 57 58 and 1963 Cup Finals and the 1968 European Cup with action from legends Bill Foulkes Tommy Taylor and Duncan Edwards and the holy trinity of Charlton Best and Law.
Private Life of Plants (Repackaged) | DVD | (24/09/2012)
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David Attenborough's thrilling series, taking us on a guided tour through the secret world of plants, is captured on this amazing video. The account of plant life's struggle for survival is seen as never before in a story full of drama, beauty and staggering achievement. Attenborough takes us through each aspect of plants' lives travelling, growing, flowering, their struggle with other plants and animals, and the ingenious way they adapt to even the harshest of conditions. From the 290-foot-...
Pilates For Mum - With Lindsey Jackson | DVD | (10/10/2005)
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'Take decisive steps to regain your strength posture and figure - and love to be you shaped. Whether 3 days 3 months or 3 years post birth you can make a difference to how you feel with this DVD. Whatever your goal i'd like to motivate and support you so you are compelled to achieve it! This educational DVD approved by physio-therapists is all you need. Simply believe it's possible commit to yourself and show your body some love.' Lindsey Jackson.
High School of the Dead | DVD | (29/08/2011)
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Takashi Komuro is a normal highschool boy until an infection breaks out that turns people into zombie-like creatures. Along with his friends & the school nurse they fight their way out and continue their journey to find out what exactly has happened to the world.
Lubitsch In Berlin | DVD | (10/02/2014)
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Before he arrived in Hollywood to leave his indelible (and inimitable) mark on timeless comedies like Trouble in Paradise and The Shop Around the Corner Ernst Lubitsch created an expansive body of work in Germany that proved to be as varied in its tone as it was sophisticated in its measure of man and woman. This set collects six recently restored works from the silent phase of Lubitsch's career and casts new light on the director both as a fully-formed comic master and as a virtuoso of cinematographic technique. Ich M&ouml;chte Kein Mann Sein (1918)One of the first collaborations between Lubitsch and the exuberant Ossi Oswalda Ich m&ouml;chte kein Mann sein [I Wouldn't Like to Be a Man] is a concise sketch of society life in three acts. When Ossi's uncle goes away on a business trip a new guardian steps in to tame the distractable niece. But Ossi finds a way out of the house and into a grand ball... by way of a brazen cross-dressing scheme - and triggers what is perhaps Lubitsch's most twisted finale. Die Puppe (1919)Four amusing acts from a toy-chest - so reads the opening title of the comic masterpiece Die Puppe. [The Doll.] adapted by Lubitsch and co-scenarist Hanns Kr&auml;ly from a libretto by A. M. Wilner (based in turn on a tale from E. T. A. Hoffmann). Ossi Oswalda stars in a double-role as both the mischievous daughter and automatonic creation of a wildly coiffed dollmaker. When a wealthy baron decides the time has come for his prudish nephew to take a wife an uproariously ribald plot unwinds into what is perhaps the world's first-ever sex-doll comedy. Die Austernprinzessin (1919)As Die Austernprinzessin. [The Oyster Princess.] Ossi Oswalda makes another turn as a plutocrat's rambunctious daughter - now the heiress of a global oyster empire devoting her wiles once again to the service of manipulation. A comic high-point in the master's oeuvre Die Austernprinzessin. showcases the trademarks of the Lubitsch Touch and its ten-fingered dexterity resulting in a film that is simultaneously clever concise and risqu&eacute;. Sumurun (1920)By turns melodramatic and grotesquely comic Sumurun brings together performances by star-players Paul Wegener (Der Golem.) Pola Negri Harry Liedtke and Ernst Lubitsch himself (in the role of an ultra-pathetic hunchbacked minstrel) for this ensemble tale pulled from the milieu of The Arabian Nights. Featuring hundreds of extras milling through open-air set-pieces and dusky harem-chambers alike Sumurun demonstrates Lubitsch's ability to transfigure rote romance into vibrant pageant. Anna Boleyn (1920)Emil Jannings plays King Henry VIII in the story of Anne Boleyn's movement from the outskirts of the court to the royal boudoir and off to the chopping-block. Suffused with an atmosphere of entrapment that would not be out of place in later films by Fritz Lang and prefiguring the stately contretemps in John Ford's Mary of Scotland Anna Boleyn proceeds with a deathward momentum unique in Lubitsch's oeuvre. Die Bergkatze (1921)Set in one of Lubitsch's hallmark mythical kingdoms Die Bergkatze [The Mountain-Lion / The Wildcat] finds Lubitsch in exuberantly expressionistic mode employing a host of optical masks to create perhaps the most visually audacious comic spectacle of his career. Pola Negri plays the daughter of a band of thieves; seduction of army commander (and audience) ensues. Lubitsch's personal favourite work of all his German films Die Bergkatze represents a peak in both Lubitsch's silent oeuvre and the silent cinema as a whole. Special Features: Six Features Across Five Discs A Sixth Disc Containing Robert Fischer's 2006 Feature-Length Documentary Ernst Lubitsch in Berlin: From Sch&ouml;nhauser Allee to Hollywood Exclusive Concertina Score for Die Puppe Liner Notes for all Six Features by Film-Writers David Cairns Anna Thorngate and Ignatiy Vishnevetsky