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Cbeebies - Bedtime Collection | DVD | (20/10/2008)
from £6.99 | Saving you £1.00 (12.50%) | RRP
A collection of stories for little ones at bedtime.
The Victorian Kitchen Garden | DVD | (08/04/2002)
from £10.99 | Saving you £9.00 (45.00%) | RRP
Presented by Peter Thoday and Harry Dodson 'The Victorian Kitchen Garden' goes behind the high redbrick walls of Chilton Foliat in Berkshire to follow the restoration of a traditional kitchen garden. Retired head gardener Harry Dodson painstakingly transformed the weed-choked ground into an efficient and productive plot cultivated with the use of Victorian tools and techniques and planted with 19th century varieties of flowers fruit and vegetables.
MG Is Born | DVD | (14/11/2005)
from £13.11 | Saving you £6.88 (34.40%) | RRP
'...Is Born' returns and this time Mark is restoring and creating the ultimate English sports car: The MGB. The MGB is the most successful sports-car ever made - it ran 10 years over a car.s normal production life span notching up 18 years continuous production and 500 000 cars! In celebration of its 80th birthday Mark and his elderly side-kick 'Pete-Mate. reunite to restore a 1960's roadster. Widely acknowledged to be the prettiest version of this special car Mark will not only be
Cirque Du Soleil - Quidam | DVD | (12/02/2007)
from £7.93 | Saving you £5.06 (39.00%) | RRP
Since 1984 Cirque du Soleil has reinvented and revolutionized the circus arts with an astonishing theatrical blend of circus arts and street performance. Cirque du Soleil has been pleasing the public with a novel show concept that is as original as it is non-traditional wrapped up in spectacular costumes and fairyland sets and staged to spellbinding music and magical lighting. There are no animals in a Cirque du Soleil production - only sheer human energy is put to work!
The Living Planet (Repackaged) | DVD | (24/09/2012)
from £9.56 | Saving you £25.43 (72.70%) | RRP
Filmed on five continents 'The Living Planet' examines one by one each of the earth's environments, seeing how living organisms survive and thrive in conditions which range from the Arctic to the tropical. Also revealed is how creatures in similar habitats thousands of miles apart have adopted intriguingly similar solutions to their common problems. The series begins at the beginning, how huge forces formed the earth, how continents move and how the planet has become so varied. The next 10 ...
Etre Et Avoir | DVD | (27/10/2003)
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Charting the events within a small single-class village school over the course of one academic year 'Etre Et Avoir' takes a warm and serene look at primary education in the French heartlands. A dozen youngsters aged 4-10 are brought together in a rural classroom and taught every subject by a single teacher. A master of quiet authority he patiently navigates the children towards adolesence cooling down their arguments and listening to their problems with extraordinary dedication.
The Complete Lone Wolf & Cub Boxset | DVD | (21/11/2009)
from £20.00 | Saving you £29.99 (60.00%) | RRP
At last... the riveting bloody and ultra-stylish Lone Wolf and Cub series together with the classic Shogun Assassin (all based on the perennially popular manga by Kazuo Koike and Goseki Kojima) available together in one boxset officially licenced from Toho fully uncut and freshly remastered. Filled with memorable set pieces iconic characters and violent action this series more than lives up to its reputation as a pinnacle of Japanese exploitation cinema whose musings on the meaning of honour in a lawless world still resonate today. In White Heaven In Hell alone Ogami Itt' kills 150 people onscreen the highest body count for a single character in a single film in cinema history. In America the first two Lone Wolf instalments were re-edited into the legendary Shogun Assassin the film that single-handedly created legions of new fans of Japanese action cinema upon its release. Originally prosecuted as a video nasty in the 1980s this hugely influential thrill-ride is presented here along with the original Lone Wolf and Cub series gorgeously remastered in their original aspect ratio. Discs Comprise: Disc 1: Sword Of Vengeance (1972 Kenji Misumi) Disc 2: Baby Cart At The River Styx (1972 Kenji Misumi) Disc 3: Baby Cart To Hades (1972 Kenji Misumi) Disc 4: Baby Cart In Peril (1972 Buichi Saito) Disc 5: Baby Cart In The Land Of Demons (1973 Kenji Misumi) Disc 6: White Heaven In Hell (1974 Yoshiyuki Kuroda) Disc 7: Shogun Assassin (1980 Robert Houston)
The Tribal Eye (Repackaged) | DVD | (24/09/2012)
from £8.93 | Saving you £11.06 (55.30%) | RRP
Series of 7 programmes which relate masterpieces of the world's tribal art to the people and places that produced. David Attenborough visits a cliff-dwelling tribe in the Mali desert, investigates the sadly vanishing culture of the North West American Indian tribes, explores the wealth and culture of the Aztecs and Incas of Central and South America and looks at the remarkable sculptures created by the bus people in the New Hebrides.
Nigel Slater's Simple Suppers | DVD | (02/11/2009)
from £3.99 | Saving you £11.00 (61.10%) | RRP
Nigel Slater sets out to put simplicity back into cooking and inspires viewers with his passion for gardening and for the kitchen. Each episode covers a week in the life of Nigel's cooking in which he prepares memorable and delicious meals aimed at those who'd rather spend more time eating than cooking. Picked plucked and pulled from the kitchen garden the emphasis is on simple and fresh recipes. From easy snacks to sumptuous desserts Nigel creates meals for different moods and days whether it's grilled sardines on a blisteringly hot August evening or a bowl of gently aromatic stew on a rainy day in late spring. Along the way he meets people who devote their lives to producing fresh food all taken back to cook in Nigel's kitchen.
Great Continental Railway Journeys: Series 1 And 2 | DVD | (28/04/2014)
from £10.99 | Saving you £19.00 (63.40%) | RRP
Steered by his 1913 Bradshaw's Continental Railway Guide, Michael Portillo journeys through a prosperous pre-war Europe of emperors and kings, pomp and elegance. A continent whose industrialists, factories and mines had created wealth, whose scientists and engineers were discovering and constructing the marvellous and whose artists were challenging old ways, whilst intellectuals plotted revolution. This early 20th century handbook opened up an exotic world to the Edwardian tourist; fr.
Top Gear at the Movies | DVD | (14/11/2011)
from £3.26 | Saving you £16.73 (83.70%) | RRP
Hammond & May are back with another Top Gear Special, exclusive to DVD for 2011!
Andre Rieu: New York Memories | DVD | (04/07/2011)
from £7.95 | Saving you £5.92 (37.00%) | RRP
Why They Sank Titanic | DVD | (27/02/2012)
from £6.80 | Saving you £3.19 (31.90%) | RRP
Everyone knows the story of the Titanic, how the largest moving object ever fashioned by the hand of man hit an iceberg on its maiden voyage and sank in the middle of the North Atlantic, and 1,500 lives were lost. The tragedy has been well documented in books and on films. No matter how often the story is told, it never fails to capture the imagination. It is a story that has left many questions unanswered, and the programme provides an intriguing hypothesis that the ship that plummeted two miles to the bottom of the sea was not the Titanic but its sister ship the Olympic.This film is based upon the research of Andrew Newton and includes the evidence of the British and American inquiries, the eye witness reports of survivors, newspapers of the day, photographs, video, film and radio broadcasts.The views and opinions presented in this film are based on actual evidence and legitimate inference.The people depicted are all deceased and can shed no light on the mystery of the Titanic's sinking.This hypothesis is presented for viewers to reach their own conclusions.It may be the ultimate conspiracy - or could it be the truth?
Pixiwoo Present: Hollywood Icons | DVD | (21/11/2016)
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Make-up artists and sisters, Sam & Nic Chapman aka Pixiwoo, tell the story behind some of the iconic Hollywood looks and the Ladies who have inspired them throughout their careers - their pop culture Icons. With a distinctive, polished style, this film is a thoughtful exploration of the trends that defined a century in makeup, beauty and glamour. The DVD is packaged with a limited edition exclusive Real Techniques blush brush the perfect gift!
Häxan - Witchcraft Through the Ages | DVD | (28/01/2013)
from £13.61 | Saving you £6.38 (31.90%) | RRP
Since its premiere in 1922 Benjamin Christensen's exploration of the role of superstition in medieval minds has caused outrage and protest from both the general public and religious groups. Dramatizing satanic activities and rituals including the ways in which suspected witches were tortured and killed Haxan is a deliriously imaginative masterpiece. Not until 1941 did the director earn belated fame and respect - proof that this genre-defying 'documentary' was far ahead of its time. In 1968 the film won further praise and a whole new audience when it was re-released with a William Burroughs narration under the title Witchcraft through the Ages.
Paris Is Burning | DVD | (27/04/2009)
from £10.01 | Saving you £5.98 (37.40%) | RRP
Paris is Burning is an intimate portrait of a time a place and a community of outsiders finding expression strength and pride in a world of their own creating.
Messi | DVD | (25/07/2016)
from £11.39 | Saving you £4.60 (28.80%) | RRP
A documentary exploring the meteoric rise of the boy from Argentina who went to Barcelona and became the greatest player in the world. Alongside previously unseen home videos and glimpses into his childhood, friends, teammates and legends of the game gather to discuss the talent and journey of Lionel Messi.
Alistair Cooke's America | DVD | (18/10/2004)
from £13.99 | Saving you £36.00 (72.00%) | RRP
A classic from what now seems like the Golden Age of TV documentaries, Alistair Cooke’s America was first broadcast in 1972-3 and it remains, along with the contemporary The World at War, an example of how documentaries should be made: there’s none of the flashy editing, wobbly camera-work, over-intrusive music or costumed actors prancing around in the mode of Simon Schama’s fussy History of Britain for example. Here there is just scenery, the odd map or illustration and—most importantly—Cooke himself talking directly and unhurriedly to camera. Over 13 leisurely hours, he narrates a "personal history" of his adopted country, beginning with his own arrival as a fresh young Cambridge graduate in the 1930s before taking us back to the very foundations of America, its colonisation, the war of Independence (told in an admirably non-partisan way) and so on through momentous and turbulent decades right up to the early 1970s, where Civil Rights and protest movements are high on the agenda. Throughout, Cooke interweaves anecdotes and digressions into the main narrative, charming the viewer with his storytelling precisely in the manner so beloved of listeners to his admirable Letter from America. By the end he has a warning that, although delivered in 1973, remains as telling today as it did then: America, like Ancient Rome as depicted by Gibbon in his Decline and Fall, stands poised between its remarkable vitality and its equally remarkable capacity for decadence. Whether, like Rome, the USA becomes a victim of its own internal divisions or somehow manages to pull back from the brink still remains to be seen. On the DVD: This four-disc set is neatly presented in digipack format, and includes a Pebble Mill at One interview with Cooke in which he discusses the series. --Mark Walker
The Victorians | DVD | (15/06/2009)
from £8.28 | Saving you £10.73 (53.70%) | RRP
Jeremy Paxman takes his love of Victorian paintings as the starting point for a journey into Victorian Britain. Such pictures may not be fashionable today but they are a goldmine of information about the most dynamic age in British history. He investigates the most dramatic event of Victorian Britain: the explosion of great cities. At first the Victorians feared these new monsters in their midst but then grew to love and transform them. Jeremy explores the canals and sewers suburbs and back streets workhouses and magnificent buildings of the great Victorian city while also picturing the fun-filled chaos of Derby Day.
River Cottage Collection | DVD | (10/09/2007)
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Escape To River Cottage: It is Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's dream to escape the urban sprawl and find a little place in the country where he can live off the fat of the land. When Hugh finds River Cottage nestling in the heart of the beautiful Dorset countryside he sets about turning his dream into a reality. The first casualty to self-sufficiency is the flower bed which makes way for terracing to grow edible crops. Once the vegetables have been taken care of Hugh sets off in his 1965 Ford Corsair in search of livestock. The first arrivals at the cottage are a pair of eight week old Gloucester Old Spot pigs but more animals soon follow. Hugh also finds time to show how sumptuous meals can be prepared from the local produce be it sea fish pigeons or freshly caught pike. Return To River Cottage: The second series looking at the life of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall who continues to live in River Cottage in Dorset. River Cottage Forever: The rolling hills and rugged countryside of Dorset provide the perfect backdrop for Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's experiment to leave the rat race behind to live off the fat of the land. Tucked away at the bottom of one of the county's valleys he finds his ideal home: River Cottage. In his first year Hugh had just the cottage and the garden but he soon found he needed more land so in his second year he did a deal with a neighbour to rent four acres. His smallholding now boasts a polytunnel for growing vegetables fox proof high rise chicken accommodation and pasture for his sheep cows and pigs. It is now the start of his third year and as well as being a time for looking back with joy and satisfaction at the events of the last two years it is a time to ask the really big question: should Hugh stay at River Cottage forever?