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Our Zoo | DVD | (27/10/2014)
from £7.99 | Saving you £12.00 (60.00%) | RRP
This is the incredible true story of the man who created Chester Zoo in the 1930s and the impact it had on his family. Our Zoo is based on the extraordinary and inspiring real story of the eccentric Mottershead family who, despite huge opposition and personal sacrifice, established Chester Zoo in the 1930s. With a single-mindedness bordering on madness George Mottershead drove himself and his family to realise his ambition to transform a ramshackle house on the outskirts of Chester into a un.
George Gently - Series Three | DVD | (12/09/2011)
from £9.59 | Saving you £10.40 (52.00%) | RRP
It's 1966 and the world is changing fast. Martin Shaw returns to Northumberland as Inspector George Gently. George Gently is one of the unsung heroes of detective fiction whose passionate investigations reveal the dark underbelly of a society on the cusp of change. With his sidekick the undisciplined Detective Sergeant John Bacchus (Lee Ingleby) they make the perfect police partnership full of warmth and humour. In this third series Bacchus' long-suffering wife Lisa could well be looking for a divorce. She is also spending too much time with Gently. Will this new friendship jeopardise the detectives' working relationship indefinitely? Guest stars include Warren Clarke (Red Riding) and Sarah Lancashire (All The Small Things). This two disc set contains both feature length episodes of the third series along with an exciting behind the scenes feature filmed on set.
Crooked House | DVD | (19/10/2009)
from £6.25 | Saving you £9.74 (60.90%) | RRP
Written by and starring Mark Gatiss Crooked House is a haunting tale of three spine-chilling ghost stories. When school teacher Ben unearths an old door-knocker in the garden of his new home the curator suggests it may come from the now-demolished manor house - a house reputed to be haunted... Intrigued Ben prompts the curator to tell him some of the stories about the house and so begins a journey through time. As the drama begins corrupt Georgian businessman Joseph Bloxham finds something unexpected in the woodwork of his new home. Back in the Twenties the happy engagement party of young couple Felix de Momery and Ruth is spoiled by the spectre of a ghostly bride. And back in the present day Ben soon finds himself in darker more dangerous waters than he could possibly have foreseen... Produced by Tiger Aspect Productions for the BBC this haunting tale features a wonderfully diverse cast including Julian Rhind-Tutt Philip Jackson Lee Ingleby Jean Marsh Samuel Barnett Daniela Denby-Ashe Anna Madeley and in his debut dramatic role illusionist Derren Brown.
The Street | DVD | (05/06/2006)
from £5.99 | Saving you £14.00 (70.00%) | RRP
Jimmy McGovern one of British television's most prolific and influential writing talents returns with a major new drama series starring Jim Broadbent Sue Johnston and Jane Horrocks. Set in the North of England each episode concentrates on a different house in the street; each story is unique and individual but linked by community shared experience and an indomitable sense of humour.
Nature Boy | DVD | (25/04/2016)
from £7.69 | Saving you £17.30 (69.20%) | RRP
Lee Ingleby gives a performance of thoughtful intensity as David, the titular Nature Boy in this BBC drama which combines a personal quest for an absent father with contemporary environmental themes. The first episode finds 17-year-old David in care, illustrating his love of animals and the peace he finds at a nearby wildlife reserve. Following shocking violence, and haunted by visions (recalling the strongly environmental Edge of Darkness) of his father (Paul McGann), David goes on a modern-day odyssey throughout which, like Tom Jones before him, women find his naïve innocent charm irresistible. David though, falls for environmental activist Jenny (Joanne Froggatt) and becomes involved with industrial pollution and the battle to save an ancient woodland. After the excellence of the first three episodes, the finale moves into not entirely convincing science fiction territory, and offers a resolution which raises as many questions as it answers. Nevertheless Nature Boy is an atmospheric, moving rite of passage, with something of the feel of Kes to it, which avoids simple-minded polemics, and packs a raw edge (and language) that some will find shocking. --Gary S Dalkin