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Ballet Class for Beginners | DVD | (07/07/2008)
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DVD Guide to British Birds of Prey | DVD | (15/12/2008)
from £9.59 | Saving you £18.40 (65.70%) | RRP
All the British raptors and Owls: High quality footage has been filmed to show both the raptors (day-flying birds of prey) and the owls. Featured species: Kestrel Merlin Hobby Red-footed Falcon Peregrine Gyr Falcon Sparrowhawk Goshawk Marsh Harrier Hen Harrier Montagu's Harrier Red Kite Black Kite Honey Buzzard Common Buzzard Rough-legged Buzzard Osprey Golden Eagle White-tailed Eagle Barn Owl Little Owl Tawny Owl Long-eared Owl Short-eared Owl and Snowy Owl. 25 species in total.
Discovery Channel - Big Cats | DVD | (11/10/2010)
from £5.49 | Saving you £13.00 (65.00%) | RRP
Box Set Comprises: Into the Lion's Den: Zoologist Dave Salmoni is pioneering a new research project that has never been attempted before removing the barrier between man and beast by walking in on a pride of lions to observe learn the language and gain social acceptance. Into the Lion's Den brings viewers to the edge of human animal interaction. Amba The Russian Tiger: Wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan heads to Eastern Russia on his most challenging trip to date as he goes in search of the Russian tiger. The beautiful and unknown area of Ussuriland is his destination which has the largest unbroken area of forest with the single largest population of tigers anywhere in the world. White Lions: King of Kings: The lion is the symbol of power royalty magic and mysticism. In an effort to help ensure the survival of the species two sets of white lions are taken from their home in South Africa to their new home at Mogo Zoo in Australia.
Monty Don's French Gardens | DVD | (01/07/2013)
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Three-part series in which presenter Monty Don visits historical gardens in France. While exploring elaborate designs and displays, Monty discovers how gardens have been used as a form of expression and how French food and art are reflected in the country's horticulture.
Shark Week Collection | DVD | (19/08/2013)
from £5.43 | Saving you £4.56 (45.60%) | RRP
An incredible collection of shark programmes. Shark Week's Impossible ShotA team of wildlife cameramen led by Shark Week veteran Andy Casagrande heads to Gansbaai South Africa in an attempt to secure a shot that no one has been able to get: a Great White Shark's Polaris breach. Shark Week's 25 Best BitesYouTube celebrity Philip DeFranco takes viewers on a fast-paced ride through all of Shark Week's greatest hits including a jawdropping look back at the greatest breaches brushes and bites with the ocean's apex predator. Adrift: 47 Days with SharksThis is the inspiring true story of two World War II heroes who survived 47 days in the Pacific Ocean fighting off sharks with only rainwater and food they were able to catch from the ocean to keep them alive. Shark FightAmazingly some shark attack victims around the world have devoted their lives to saving their attackers. Meet the survivors and hear their stories of resilience and triumph as they fight to save sharks.
March of the Penguins - Luc Jacquet | DVD | (08/05/2006)
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March of the Penguins instantly qualifies as a wildlife classic, taking its place among other extraordinary films like Microcosmos and Winged Migration.
Eagle Island - A Year On The Isle Of Mull | DVD | (01/05/2006)
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Eagle Island: A Year On The Isle Of Mull is a beautiful wildlife film made for BBC's Natural World featuring spectacular shots of eagles in the nest an abundance of marine life and draw dropping shots of the dramatic Scottish landscape. Expert cameraman and presenter Gordon Buchanan returns to his homeland to rediscover its stunning wildelife and magnificent scenary. The Ilse of Mull has the highest density of eagles in the UK otters in every bay and even whales sh
National Geographic: Space Box | DVD | (18/07/2011)
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Dereck and Beverly Joubert are award-winning filmmakers from Botswana and National Geographic Explorers in Residence. Their mission is the conservation and understanding of the large predators and key African wildlife species that determine the course of all conservation in Africa. They have been filming researching and exploring in Africa for over 25 years as filmmaking for them has always been a way to bring the message of conservation to a worldwide audience. All their efforts over a lifetime all coincide with one aim: to rehabilitate the environment and return vast tracts of land to nature and to protect the wild creatures that depend on it. Across three visually spectacular programmes Dereck and Beverly capture amazing new behaviour between lions and their rivals. In Ultimate Enemies the lions at a waterhole in Botswana have developed a special skill they have learned how to hunt elephants. In Eternal Enemies lions and hyenas clash in overlapping territories. With never-before-seen footage you'll uncover an intense and vicious blood feud and discover nature's savage conflicts in this ancient rivalry. Finally in Relentless Enemies thousands of buffalo are trapped on an island with the great lions of the Tsaro pride - larger more fearsome and more innovative that your typical lion. The buffalo are forced to devise defensive tactics and eventually learn to fight back.
Madagascar | DVD | (07/03/2011)
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This series explores the extraordinary wildlife and dramatic landscapes of one of the world's largest and strangest island. Lying just off the coast of Africa Madagascar is a land of misty mountains tropical rainforests and weird spiny desert scrub. Here the wildlife has evolved in splendid isolation to become bizarre and totally unique. The great mystery of Madagascar is why it has such a unique and varied flora and fauna - a diversity of life that makes even the famed Galapagos Islands pale by comparison. What is it that makes Madagascar so different from the rest of the world? This series finds clues from Madagascar's extraordinary animals plants and landscape to discover how the island's remarkable past has produced its intriguing present like the Tsingy - a series of jagged limestone peaks that have cut off animals in isolated gorges allowing them to evolve into their own unique species. On the east side of the island rugged mountains rise dramatically from the palm fringed Indian Ocean. Travelling from the highest mountains where trees are few and it's cold enough for frost through the lush cloaking rainforests down to the tropical coast discovering the ring-tailed lemurs the jewelled geckos and the giant predatory wasps. So what is it that has made this narrow eastern strip in particular so rich in life? South of Madagascar is home to its most extraordinary landscapes - from forests of 'upside down' trees to alien 'spiny deserts'. In stark contrast to the east this is a place that's bone-dry for most of the year yet it's extraordinarily rich in wildlife. Here only the toughest and most opportunistic survive and some of the strategies to survive here are ingenious. This DVD follows the long dry season of this landscape to see how life copes as it waits for the brief rains.
Blackfish | Blu Ray | (11/11/2013)
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A mesmerizing psychological thriller with a killer whale at its centre Blackfish is the first film since Grizzly Man to show how nature can get revenge on man when pushed to its limits. Blackfish tells the story of Tilikum a performing killer whale that killed several people while in captivity. Along the way director-producer Gabriela Cowperthwaite compiles shocking footage and emotional interviews to explore the creature's extraordinary nature the species' cruel treatment in captivity the lives and losses of the trainers and the pressures brought to bear by the multi-billion dollar sea-park industry. This emotionally wrenching tautly structured story challenges us to consider our relationship to nature and reveals how little we humans have learned from these highly intelligent and enormously sentient fellow mammals. Special Features: Trailer Sheff Doc/Fest Q&amp;A Exclusive commentary Extra Clips Added Subtitles
Wildlife Special | DVD | (23/08/2004)
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Wildlife Specials Box Set
March Of The Penguins | Blu Ray | (07/05/2007)
from £4.37 | Saving you £20.62 (82.50%) | RRP
Coming from a French director Luc Jacquet the Oscar-winning family documentary March Of The Penguins would have to be a love story. And it is in that it follows the mating rituals of the emperor penguin one of the most resilient animals on earth. Each summer after a nourishing period of deep-sea feeding the penguins pop up onto the ice and begin their procession across the frozen tundra of Antarctica. Walking in single file they are a sight to behold. Hundreds converge from every direction moving instinctively toward their mating ground. Once there they mingle and chatter until they find the perfect mate - a monogamous match that will last a year through the brutal winter and into the spring. During that time the mother will birth an egg and then leave for the ocean to feed again. The father will stay to protect the egg through the freezing blizzards and pure darkness of winter which would be deadly to practically any other species. Finally with spring the egg hatches and the baby penguins are born. Mothers return from the sea to reunite with their families and feed the starving newborns while the fathers are finally relieved of their protective duties after months without food. The film is remarkable in its story which is narrated by Morgan Freeman whose dignified voice gives the penguins the grave admiration they deserve. But even more incredible is its photography which shows the penguins hunting underwater sliding on the ice and in the midst of kissing. At one point the camera even zooms inside the mouth of a penguin as it regurgitates for its young. A story of love and more strikingly survival March Of The Penguins is any eye-opening and educational experience.
Malcolm In The Middle - The Complete Seventh Season | DVD | (07/10/2013)
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Created and Executive Produced by Emmy Award-winning writer Linwood Boomer, this inventive half-hour series is seen through the eyes of Malcolm (Frankie Muniz), a normal kid trying to navigate his way through life despite the various obstacles thrown in his way - a complete misunderstanding of girls, an eclectic group of classmates and the constant burden of masterminding plans to get himself and his brothers either into or out of trouble. Although Malcolm has a genius IQ, he cannot seem to ...
Elephant Diaries - Series 2 | DVD | (08/06/2009)
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Elephant Diaries: Series 2 (2 Discs)
DVD Guide To Birdwatching In Goa | DVD | (16/03/2009)
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The small Indian state of Goa has become hugely popular with birdwatchers. It boasts a remarkable variety of species in a small area. Add on blue skies sandy beaches and friendly locals and you can see why people are describing it as the perfect introduction to Oriental birding. Features 147 species including specially shot footage of Indian Pitta Bee-eaters Rollers and much much more. Also includes a detailed reference section full of identification tips.
The Car Man | DVD | (24/12/2001)
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This latest dance version of Carmen comes courtesy of choreographer Matthew Bourne, who has devised his own scenario of Bizet’s opera set in a garage-diner in the American mid-West, circa 1960. The Car Man toured the UK in 2000 finishing with a four-month run to packed houses at the Old Vic. This film treatment details all the excitement of the occasion. The cinematography assists in capturing the atmosphere of Bourne’s treatment--film noir with allusions to Hitchcock--through employment of chiaroscuro. The use of the split-screen technique also enhances the cinematic feel. The music sounds seductive and full-bodied, befitting the new story line (Bourne calls it an “auto-erotic thriller”) in which an enigmatic stranger, Luca, walks into town seducing both Lana (Carmen) and Angelo (Don Jose). A swarthy individual, Luca looks an unlikely dancer until his first solo galvanises the company. The single stage set adapts into eight different permutations, taking us from diner through nightclub and prison and then out on the road in a cinematic finale where the Chevrolet cars of the period are destroyed in a pile up. The period look is further enhanced with the girls in tight-waisted colourful frocks and the men in Brando-esque T-shirts and jeans. The dance ensembles are an extraordinarily versatile group: classical, jazz, modern and flamenco seem natural expressions of their body movements. Will Kemp deserves a special mention for his sensitivite portrayal of Angelo. On the DVD: the soundtrack comes in a choice of stereo or 5.1. surround sound where the subtle employment of percussion instruments in the orchestration makes a telling effect. A picture gallery of 25 stills from the production and a 14-minute interview with Bourne expressing his initial doubt about doing another version of Carmen are further assets. He needn’t have had a qualm. This Car Man is destined to give much pleasure. --Adrian Edwards
Orangutan Island | DVD | (15/04/2013)
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As their world is destroyed, freedom arrives. A desperate struggle for survival is raging deep in the heart of Borneo's forest as illegal logging rapidly destroys the Bornean orangutans' last stronghold in the wild. There is practically no wilderness left for this nomadic, mostly solitary species. Time is running out for the orangutans. But in the heart of Borneo, hope arrives in the form of Lone Droscher-Nielsen and her talented team from the Nyaru Menteng Rescue and Reintroduction Center as they transfer 35 young orphaned orangutans they've raised to a protected sanctuary. Here, on Orangutan Island, they will hone their survival skills and hopefully create a communal society. Join the orangutans as they enter a whole new realm of real life education and watch as Lone and her team transfer Cha Cha, Saturnus, Daisy, Chen Chen and all their classmates to the island. Experience their journey to adulthood as they struggle to form their own society and learn how to live free on Orangutan Island.
Swan Lake - Tchaikovsky | DVD | (09/05/2005)
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Perhaps the most popular ballet video ever released, this version of Tchaikovsky's beloved work stars one of the most famous classical dance partnerships of all time, Rudolf Nureyev and Margot Fonteyn. Nureyev choreographed this production for the Vienna State Opera Ballet. No ballet lover can afford to be without this DVD, which finds two icons of the 20th-century dance in magnificent form. Ballet authority John Lanchbery, former music director of the Sadler's Wells and Royal Ballet companies, as well as of America Ballet Theatre and Australian Ballet, conducts the Vienna Symphony Orchestra in Tchaikovsky's enchanting score.
Big Cat Week - Series 1 And 2 | DVD | (17/07/2006)
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To celebrate a decade of Big Cat Diary action we revisit the cast and characters offering a unique opportunity to watch their unfolding lives over a two-year span. From a camp in the heart of Kenya's magnificent Masi Mara specialist teams observe the daily lives and adventures of Africa's big cats. Series 1:The Marsh Pride of lions is 30 strong - a magnificent group of females sub-adults and cubs. But there's a problem their sole defender is lone male Simba. When two yo
Whale Wars: Series 4 | DVD | (20/05/2013)
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'We don't care who is killing whales... we're going to go after them' - Paul Watson, captain. Animal Planet's Emmy-nominated Whale Wars returns for a fourth captivating season. Over 10 exhilarating episodes the Sea Shepherds' dramatic campaign - Operation No Compromise - is filmed by the Animal Planet cameras on the Antarctic high seas. For years, Captain Paul Watson and his Sea Shepherd Conservation Society crew have taken to the water in an attempt to stop Japanese ships from hunting whales in the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary. Now, with the whaling quota higher than ever, the Sea Shepherd embarks on a new mission with surprise tactics and her crew members on a desperate quest to declare victory over whaling once and for all. Whale Wars provides a unique insight into the ongoing battles in the icy Antarctic waters as the conflict between Sea Shepherds and the whalers grows more intense with each engagement - each pushing the other to the limit to fight for their beliefs.