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Turtle: The Incredible Journey 3D (3D Blu-Ray + Blu-Ray) | Blu Ray | (22/04/2013)
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Animal Nation - Our World Their World | DVD | (04/07/2011)
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'Our World Their World' is a detailed and fascinating educational exploration into the lives of animals that share our planet. As we examine their unique habitats and behaviour we analyse the impact that man has had on the earth's delicate natural system. Animals Of Antarctica Australia and Hawaii In this episode we travel to the bitter cold of Antarctica for an in-depth look at the penguin. It is then a short hop to the warmer climate of Australia to observe the koala wallaby and the remarkable flying fox. We continue our journey to the paradise island of Hawaii with its abundant birdlife. Sharing their habitat with the mongoose and the hawksbill turtle the albatross and honeycreeper are just two of the myriad of birds that call this island home. Animals Of India And Africa We begin episode two by looking squarely into the jaws of a Bengal tiger and her cubs in India. Their daily struggle for survival is compelling viewing. We study the many animals that share their environment including langur monkeys and varieties of antelope and deer. Then it's off to Africa to visit yet another of the big cats the lion. There rainforests waterholes and vast plains provide homes for a multitude of animals including leopards baboons and crocodiles. Animals Of The African Plains Northern Tanzania and the African plains are the background to the third instalment in this series. A herd of roaming elephants and the dust trail of a speeding cheetah are provocative images of Africa and both animals are featured within this DVD. Rhinos various antelope and giraffes coexist in this harsh landscape where predator and prey play a deadly game of survival. This daily routine on the African plains show Mother Nature at her most unforgiving. The Wildlife Of North And South America For the fourth episode we start in the damp humidity of the Amazon rainforest where the various New World monkeys entertain us with their breathtaking stunts of dexterity high above in the leafy canopies. It's then north to the more temperate region of Florida for a meeting with an alligator. We head north once again to find ourselves in the plains of the central United States and experience a run-in with the American badger buffalo and prairie dog. Animals Of North America The fifth and penultimate episode is an all-American affair as we journey through the United States taking in mountains woodlands and the Pacific coast. The Rocky Mountains are home to amongst others the bobcat and the little known pika both are examined in detail. On the Pacific coast we get wet watching the sea otter a particularly friendly and active animal. We then head off to the woodlands and mountains of northwest America for an in-depth look at the racoon and the mountain lion. Wilderness Specialists In the final episode of our series we travel from the mountains of northwest America to the cold of northern Scandinavia putting in a few stops along the way. Land water and air are covered in this programme as we follow the plight of the black bear and mountain goat; wild salmon and river otter; the bald eagle and the snowy owl. We also experience different temperament when we look at the ferocious wolverine and the far more placid lemming.
World Natural Heritage: Panama | Blu Ray | (13/05/2013)
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Panama, home to one of the most incredible World Natural Heritage site of La Amistad contains an insurmountable number of living beings; creatures that live in the foliage and plants that rise high above the clouds. Echoing through the trees at dawn the howler monkey wakens all those that are asleep, stirring the birds in the trees and snakes in the undergrowth. In incredible 3D you are shown the magic of Mother Nature as you discover how this intricate ecosystem supports and keeps alive our ...
Animal Nation - Octopus Garden | DVD | (07/05/2007)
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From amber forests of kelp through to exposed oyster beds New Zealand's undersea gardens provide a spectacular and constantly changing backdrop for one of the ocean's most bizarre creatures. The Octopus's Garden tells the remarkable story of a female octopus as she navigates her way through these undersea gardens examining her close encounters and Houdini-like escapes from those who share her undersea world. Her voyage begins in the Southern Ocean where jellyfish are the first of many dangers the newly hatched octopus will face on her journey from prey to predator. Amongst this minefield of stinging tentacles very few octopuses survive their first weeks at sea. Using innovative techniques to reveal the hidden world of the sand gardens The Octopus's Garden is a powerful and fascinating insight into the very private world of this chameleon of the sea.
Wildlife Special - Tiger | DVD | (23/08/2004)
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Dangerous powerful but above all breath-takingly beautiful tigers have for centuries sparked awe and admiration. Yet it is their very uniqueness which has made them a prized object for hunters. This film could be the last complete portrait of tigers in the wild as there is a real chance they could be extinct within the next decade. Their elusive lifestyle has made filming difficult but after 25 years of the Project Tiger scheme operating in India's Madhya Pradesh these big c
Wildlife Paradise - Crocodiles | DVD | (10/10/2005)
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Descend together with Wildlife Paradise into the Everglades for a close- up look at ancient predators - alligators and crocodiles! You will encounter the North American crocodile and witness how they brutally hunt and kill. Wildlife Paradise also gives you the unique opportunity to see what biologists do to save these very rare reptiles. Spring is the most important season in the Rocky Mountains and within the new generation lies the future of the species. One of the best places to observe this cycle of life is in Yellowstone National Park. Wildlife Paradise takes you there to follow animals in their daily struggle for survival!
Air Jaws | DVD | (15/07/2013)
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Get up-close and personal with this awesome predator of the sea. Episodes Comprise: Air Jaws: Sharks of South AfricaAerial attacks by Great White Sharks in South Africa's False Bay rank among the most awesome predatory events in nature. When the timing is right the one-ton shark explodes out of the water like a missile armed with teeth and within seconds devours its prey. Deep water drop-offs around Seal Island known as the 'ring of death' make it the ideal hunting ground for these animals to repeatedly leap from the water. Now a team of experts is trying to solve the mystery of how why and when they take to the air and whether White Sharks in Australia will also soar for their supper. Air Jaws ApocalypseShark expert Chris Fallows and legendary producer Jeff Kurr are on a quest to learn more about the Great White Sharks of Seal Island South Africa. Armed with new technology Kurr and his team are risking their lives to capture the ultimate close-up of the legendary 14-foot Great White named Colossus but the truth about Colossus may be more shocking than anyone could have imagined. Ultimate Air JawsOff the coast of South Africa massive Great White Sharks blast from the water pulling sneak attacks on their seal prey. Shark expert Chris Fallows and filmmaker Jeff Kurr pair up once again to investigate and film these spectacular aerial displays as well as the sharks' underwater behaviour using state-of-the-art slow-motion technology.
Planet Earth | HD DVD | (12/11/2007)
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As befits the BBC's reputation for producing some of the world's best nature documentaries, Planet Earth is an epic travelogue, focussing on different ecologies and the unique animals that inhabit them. Once again, Sir David Attenborough provides the narration, as the cameras fly across the surface of the earth, zooming in to give us a bug's eye view one minute, zooming out to give us an eagle's perspective the next. The BBC's cameramen filmed more than 200 locations, resulting in some truly spectacular footage, much of which has never before been seen--such as the rare sight of an endangered snow leopard hunting in the Himalayas, or great white sharks leaping from the water as they hunt. The creators of Planet Earth endured some of the world's most hostile environments, from the deepest ocean depths to an Antarctic blizzard to a fetid, cockroach- and bat-infested cave, just to grab a few moments of film; it's worth watching the "Making of" shorts that accompany each episode, in order to see just what lengths they had to go to. The three extra episodes here--Planet Earth: The Future--provide a sobering finale, as Sir David practically pleads with viewers to cherish the animals that we share this planet with, before it's too late. --Ted Kord
Baraka | DVD | (17/09/2001)
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Baraka is a non-narrative visual poem addressing, according to director Ron Fricke, "humanity's relationship with the eternal." The title means "breath of life" or "a blessing" and the film unfolds into a tapestry of global images shot over 13 months in 24 countries, comparable to, but far more ambitious than Koyaanisqatsi (1983) which Fricke also wrote, edited and photographed. Like Bernardo Bertolucci's similarly meditative Little Buddha (1993), Baraka was designed as a powerful audio-visual experience, one of a handful of films made in the 1990s to revive the immensely cinematic 70mm process. Filled with staggeringly beautiful vistas which are striking, rich in detail and immaculately composed, the screen is complemented by an immersive Dolby Digital soundtrack fusing natural sounds with a haunting world music score. (At one point composer Michael Stearns combines Japan's Kodo Drummers, a Scottish bagpipe ensemble and a Tibetan water music orchestra.) Baraka encourages the audience to think or be entranced, and depending on mood and circumstance it can enthral or bore. With its epic, trans-human scale, vast formal grandeur, depersonalised abstraction, startling juxtapositions and avowed ambition to be the ultimate non-verbal film, Fricke has created a visionary experience akin to 2001: A Space Odyssey. On the DVD: Baraka is accurately transferred at the original 70mm theatrical ratio of 2.2:1, not as the packaging says as 2.35:1. The picture quality is superlative, with virtually no flaws and razor-sharp images. The Dolby Digital 5.1 sound is equally outstanding. The extras are presented at 4:3 with letterboxed clips, and being video based offer lower image quality. These special features play for approximately 25 minutes and, apart from the original theatrical trailer, are divided into three sections containing significant overlaps between the material. The "making of" documentary and the collection of to-camera comments from members of the production team are both interesting, but the behind the scenes location filming footage adds little substance. --Gary S Dalkin
Space | DVD | (03/12/2001)
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Space is a visually impressive six-part popular science series from the BBC that follows their runaway successes Walking with Dinosaurs and The Planets into the realm of lavish computer animation. In a stroke of inspired casting Jurassic Park's Sam Neill (no stranger to acting alongside CGI effects) is our earthbound anchor, and he takes the viewer on journeys across the universe in each half-hour segment, thanks to some nifty special effects. Like Carl Sagan's pioneering Cosmos from 1980, Space delves in to the mysteries of how stars and planets were created; but unlike Sagan's visionary and optimistic view of cosmic wonders, Space is astronomy for the Age of Anxiety, revealing with terrifying clarity and in graphic detail how fortunate we are to exist at all, and how it could all end at any moment as a result of space-bound monsters like rogue comets and asteroids that might crash into our planet; or, the worst horror of the universe, wandering black holes that could tear our sun apart. Even if we survive these implacable cosmic forces bent on our destruction, viewers will not be reassured to be told that the sun is doomed anyway, and its inevitable death will swallow our planet whole (but not before burning it to a crisp first). Finally, the series finds cause for faint optimism with Star Trek-style speculations on the development of Ion-drive and solar-powered spaceships, terraforming new worlds and wormhole technology that might, just might, allow humanity to escape from a doomed Earth and seek refuge somewhere else in the galaxy. A series that sheds light on both the secrets of the universe and, implicitly, the anxious state of our new millennial society, Space is a compelling combination of popular astronomy and really, really scary cosmology. The handsomely illustrated companion book is lucidly written by astronomer John Gribbin. --Mark Walker
Tigers - Spy in the Jungle | DVD | (09/06/2008)
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Bouldercam and a host of new spycams are on their most exciting mission yet. Carried by elephants they film India's most charismatic big cat deep inside the Indian jungle uncovering the hidden wildlife that shares the tiger's realm. This revealing programme follows the different stages of a tiger's life from playful cubs to learning adolescents and ultimately to young hunting adults. It also provides a unique insight into how the relationship with the other jungle animals changes as they mature including sloth bears - a rarely filmed bear with a unique character - famous for carrying its comical babies on its back and leopards - the tiger's major competitor.
DVD Guide to Birdwatching in Scotland | DVD | (15/12/2008)
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This DVD includes great film of Capercaillies Ptarmigan Golden and White-tailed Eagles Crested Tits Scottish Crossbills Dotterel Whimbrel Red0necked Phalaropes and many many more. There's even film of rare birds such as Surf Scoter King Eider and Ross's Gull. Mammals aren't forgotten either- watch out for deer Otters Dolphins Red Squirrels and even Pine Marten and Basking Sharks. All this material was gathered over the course of several filming trips so we aren't just showing you the best of Scotland's summer birdlife we can also show you the winter scene as well. Filming covers from the borders to the Shetlands via. Speyside the Outer Hebrides the Orkneys Caerlaverrock the Firth of Forth and lots more places. Total of 111 species.
Really Wild Animals - Polar Prowl / Wonders Down Under | DVD | (04/04/2005)
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An ideal documentary double-bill for children curious about creatures! Featuring narration by the late comedian Dudley Moore. Produced by the National Geographic. Polar Prowl: Dudley Moore as Spin takes kids aged 5-11 on a chilly tour of the poles meeting such animals as polar bears walruses killer whales penguins seals and more Wonders Down Under: Follow Spin as he wanders to the land of kicking kangaroos paddling platypuses and cuddly koalas cavorting in the
Buck | DVD | (11/11/2013)
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Your horse is a mirror to your soul and sometimes you may not like what you see. Sometimes you will. So says Buck Brannaman a true American cowboy and sage on horseback who travels the country for nine grueling months a year helping horses with people problems. Buck a richly textured and visually stunning film follows Brannaman from his abusive childhood to his phenomenally successful approach to horses. A real-life 'horse-whisperer' he eschews the violence of his upbringing and teaches people to communicate with their horses through leadership and sensitivity not punishment. Buck possesses near magical abilities as he dramatically transforms horses - and people - with his understanding compassion and respect. In this film the animal-human relationship becomes a metaphor for facing the daily challenges of life. A truly American story about an unsung hero Buck is about an ordinary man who has made an extraordinary life despite tremendous odds.
Stephen Hawking Master Of the Universe | DVD | (17/03/2008)
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Stephen Hawking's The Theory of Everything is ground breaking and exciting series in which Professor Stephen Hawking examines just how far our understanding of the universe has developed in our own lifetimes. Taking on board the astonishing scientific advances of the past 20 years Hawking is able to introduce fresh ideas which even he dared not imagine two decades ago. In his own words: 'Twenty years on my need to find answers to the fundamental questions about our existence is undiminished.' Hawking drives this landmark series with his continued fascination with the big questions. How did the Universe begin? How will it end? What was there before it? Hawking is our guide and mentor on a journey through the Universe in which the world's most exciting and eminent scientists join him in explaining mysteries of physics in a unique and accessible way. From the macro to the micro Hawking explores supernovae black holes dark matter and the sub-atomic world to bring the biggest questions of all to the small screen with extraordinary aplomb and clarity.
IMAX - Wild Ocean 3D | Blu Ray | (10/11/2010)
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Each year an unbelievable feeding frenzy takes place in the oceans of South Africa as billions of sardines migrate up the KwaZulu-Natal Coast. Wild Ocean captures spectacular breaching whales feeding sharks diving gannets and massive bait balls inside and up close on the giant screen. The migration has provided an annual food source for both life in the sea and the people living along the African shores for countless generations. The film demonstrates how business government and the local people have joined forces to protect this invaluable ecological resource. Wild Ocean will delve audiences into an epic underwater struggle for survival and reveal the economic and cultural impact the migration has on the coastal communities. Produced by the creators of STOMP and Academy Award nominated directors of Pulse: A STOMP Odyssey Wild Ocean is an explosive symphonic documentary film about man and nature.
Discovery Channel: Nasa's Grea | Blu Ray | (14/03/2009)
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Since the dawn of mankind we have stared up at the lights in the sky and wondered... Now join the heroic men and women of NASA who have dared the impossible on some of the greatest adventures ever undertaken the quest to reach out beyond Earth and into the great unknown of space! Discovery Channel has collaborated with NASA to reveal the epic struggles tragedies and triumphs in a bold chapter of human history.
Royal Navy - 3 DVD & Memorabilia | DVD | (14/10/2013)
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THE KING&rsquo;S SHIPS 1500 - 1599 The story begins with the creation of a Royal Navy under orders of King Henry VIII with ships such as GREAT HARRY and the MARY ROSE and continues through the daring exploits of Sir Francis Drake&rsquo;s GOLDEN HINDE and the revolutionary innovations of John Hawkins&rsquo; race-built Galleons. Finally the climatic showdown with Spain&rsquo;s Invincible Armada in 1588 laid the groundwork for Britannia's Rule of the Seas in the years to come. WOODEN WALLS 1600 - 1805 The 17th century saw Britain&rsquo;s war efforts aided by Samuel Pepys&rsquo; codification of naval tactics in &ldquo;The Fighting Instructions&rdquo; which transformed naval battles from uncontrollable melees into linear chess games on water. A little-known Scottish landlubber named John Clerk further stimulated naval tactics and when Admiral Horatio Nelson took the helm of HMS VICTORY at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805 Britain&rsquo;s mastery of the waves was re-established. THE SUN NEVER SETS 1806 &ndash; PRESENT Wooden Walls were soon replaced by iron and steel. When the super-ship DREADNOUGHT was launched in 1906 it sparked a naval arms race with Germany that culminated with the gigantic showdown at Jutland during WWI. After the loss of HMS Hood Churchill&rsquo;s rallying cry &ldquo;Sink The Bismarck!&rdquo; and the successful pursuit of the GRAF SPEE turned the tide of WWII. The Falklands War in 1982 once again demonstrated the continuing resolve and effectiveness of the Royal navy.
The Lost Land Box Set | DVD | (29/08/2011)
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Watch an intrepid team of modern day explorers zoologists naturalists and botanists as they travel to the far corners of the globe in search of new species and help local conservation teams. Discover the lost land of the Jaguar. In a bid to discover new species and help Guyana protect its environment the expedition team ventures into some of the remote jungle on earth tracking down the giants of the area; the Anaconda the Jaguar the giant Anteaters the Turtles and the enormous Harpy Eagle. Explore the lost land of the volcano. New Guinea is one the most species-rich areas on Earth but its landscape so inaccessible that much of the wildlife is barely known. Watch the team ast hey delve into the depths exploring the remote rainforests rugged mountains and raging underground rivers that make up this mysterious land. Join the lost land of the Tiger. The first ever expedition to venture high into the Himalayas in search of big cats. Closed to outsiders for years Bhutan is a forgotten world. No one knows how many Tigers prowl the jungles and mountains here but they are going to find out.
National Geographic - Ultimate Cars (Audi / Ferrari / Lamborghini / Rolls Royce / Porsche) | DVD | (18/10/2010)
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National Geographic: Ultimate Factories - Cars (Audi / Ferrari / Lamborghini / Rolls Royce / Porsche) (5 Discs)