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  • Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa [DVD]Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa | DVD | (02/12/2013) from £2.99   |  Saving you £17.00 (568.56%)   |  RRP £19.99

    When Alan's radio station, North Norfolk Digital, is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege.

  • Father Ted: Complete (Repackage) [DVD]Father Ted: Complete (Repackage) | DVD | (14/10/2019) from £17.69   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £N/A

    Voted Channel 4's greatest comedy show by viewers. The four-time BAFTA award-winning Father Ted tells the hilarious tale of three Irish priests and their housekeeper. Life is hard for Ted (Dermot Morgan). Exiled to the remote Craggy Island (for reasons which never quite become clear but may have something to do with missing Church funds), he is forced to share a house with three of the most difficult people in Ireland... First there's Father Jack (Frank Kelly), who has not been sober since 1936 and has a vocabulary which extends to three words--only two of them printable. Then there's Father Dougal (Ardal O'Hanlan): young, innocent and almost inconceivably stupid. And finally, Mrs Doyle (Pauline McLynn) the overly-attentive housekeeper who has one sole purpose in life--to supply the priests with cups of tea, usually against their will. Will the four of them ever be able to live in faithful harmony? This 5-disc complete boxset has been designed by renowned cartoonist and illustrator Tony Millionaire. Contains all episodes from all three series plus loads of extras, including: Commentary by Graham Linehan & Arthur Mathews for series 1 & 2 (recorded 2012) Cast & writers commentaries on all episodes Small, Far Away - The World of Father Ted Father Ted wins Channel 4's 30 Greatest Comedy Show Interview with writers Tedfest 2007: A Very Ted Weekend Comedy Connections Comic Relief with Ted and Dougal Tedfest 2007: Two tribes go to war

  • The Boy in the Dress / Gangsta Granny / Mr Stink [DVD]The Boy in the Dress / Gangsta Granny / Mr Stink | DVD | (05/10/2015) from £10.39   |  Saving you £-0.14 (-1.40%)   |  RRP £10.25

    The Boy in the Dress Dennis is an ordinary boy who lives in an ordinary house in an ordinary street but he is frustrated by the boring grey world he inhabits. Aided by Lisa, the coolest girl in the school, Dennis creates a whole new persona. But can a boy wear a dress – and how will his headmaster, his dad and his friends react when they find out? EXTRA: Behind the Seams Gangsta Granny Ben hates spending time with his boring granny while his parents are off ballroom dancing. Little does he know that his granny has a secret. Together they go on an adventure and become the best of friends. EXTRAS: Behind The Scenes • Walliams: Man, Artist, Beast Mr Stink The touching, twisted and hilarious tale of Mr Stink, a homeless man who is befriended by a local girl, Chloe. Chloe sees Mr Stink every day, but she’s never spoken to him, which isn’t surprising because he’s a tramp, and he stinks. As it turns out that there is more to Mr Stink than meets the eye... or nose. EXTRA: Interview with David Walliams

  • Father Ted : Complete Box SetFather Ted : Complete Box Set | DVD | (04/11/2002) from £39.95   |  Saving you £10.04 (25.13%)   |  RRP £49.99

    Father Ted is one of those rare sitcoms that defies categorisation--it owes as much to Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett as it does to Monty Python--and its blend of satire, character comedy and anarchic surrealism has made it a cult favourite around the world. Exiled to remote Craggy Island, Father Ted shares a house with the breathtakingly stupid Father Dougal Maguire and the constantly inebriated Father Jack, who has a small vocabulary and a taste for furniture polish. Their housekeeper, Mrs Doyle, takes care of them with a never-ending supply of tea and sandwiches: "Go on now, Father, won't you try one? They're diagonal." Together they fight boredom by dressing up as Elvis, startling ducks at the fair and provoking nuns. This set compiles the entire three-year series. --Simon Leake

  • The Ultimate Eddie Izzard Collection [DVD] [2009]The Ultimate Eddie Izzard Collection | DVD | (30/11/2009) from £22.93   |  Saving you £22.06 (96.21%)   |  RRP £44.99

    Ultimate Eddie Izzard Collection: Definite Article / Unrepeatable / Glorious / Circle / Sexie / Stripped / Dress To Kill (7 Discs)

  • Alan Partridge: Partrimilgrimage - The Specials [DVD]Alan Partridge: Partrimilgrimage - The Specials | DVD | (11/03/2013) from £9.43   |  Saving you £3.56 (37.75%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Alan Partridge: Welcome to the Place of My LifeIn a love letter to the religion that made him the man he is today, Alan explores the key landmarks and natural beauty spots that have led some people to call Norfolk the 'Wales of the east'. He takes you, the viewer, back to Norwich's darkest days when councillors fought over the imposition of the night time parking fees, then brings us up to the present by revealing the inner workings of the place he describes as My Coalface, my canvas, my lathe. Alan Partridge on Open Books with Martin BryceAlan's appearance on 'Norfolk's foremost forum for lovers of Literature' provides a fascinating insight into Alan Partridge - the author. Stand-in host Chris Beale pulls no punches as he turns the tables on Norfolk's King of Chat. Covering Alan's gruelling writing regime (1,500 words per day sustained by a bowl of hard boiled eggs), his inspirations and his views on literature, Alan also reads some poignant excerpts from his autobiography 'I, Partridge: We Need to Talk About Alan.'

  • Father Ted : The Very Best Of Father Ted [2002]Father Ted : The Very Best Of Father Ted | DVD | (18/11/2002) from £3.89   |  Saving you £17.36 (660.08%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Is it a sitcom? Is it a serious documentary about the Catholic priesthood? No, it's The Very Best of Father Ted, a choice collection of episodes from Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews' affably surreal sitcom. Ted's the normal one, as evidenced by his moving Song for Europe entry, "My Lovely Horse"--a modern classic if ever there wasn't one. Gasp as "poor idiot boy" Father Dougal becomes a rollerblading fiend in "Cigarettes and Alcohol and Rollerblading"; be amazed as super Ted saves Craggy Island from a deadly milk-float in the stunning blockbuster sequel "Speed 3" (well, it's faster and more fun than Speed 2); fall off the window-sill as devoted housekeeper Mrs Doyle utters the line that's almost Shakespearean in its sublimity, "Cup of tea, Father?". Graham Norton pops up to annoy everyone in "The Mainland", there's a whole host of Elvis impersonators in "Competition Time", and meanwhile Father Jack doesn't need an excuse to hit the bottle (or to smash one over someone's head) in any episode. Not saying Mass has probably never been so much fun. On the DVD: The Very Best of Father Ted on disc has six episodes as opposed to five on the video release: the extra one is the Christmas special, "A Christmassy Ted". Extra features are selected commentaries by Graham Linehan and Ardal O'Hanlan, a clip compilation of each character, and a rather poor photo gallery. Picture is 4:3 and sound basic stereo. --Gary S Dalkin

  • Father Ted - The Complete 1st Series [1995]Father Ted - The Complete 1st Series | DVD | (20/08/2001) from £13.54   |  Saving you £6.45 (32.30%)   |  RRP £19.99

    From its very beginning in 1995, Graham Linehan and Arthur Matthews' affable sitcom Father Ted occupied a previously undiscovered niche in TV comedy: by turns endearing and surreal, it was always effortlessly hilarious. Ted's the almost normal one, fighting the good fight to keep his sanity amid the chaos of his own household, where he lives with "poor idiot boy" Father Dougal, psychotically devoted housekeeper Mrs Doyle and foul-mouthed Father Jack, who doesn't need an excuse to hit the bottle (or smash one over someone's head) in any episode and whose vocabulary consists of just three immortal words: "Drink, Feck, Girls!"The first series opens with "Good Luck, Father Ted" as we learn just how dreary life on Craggy Island really is when Funland arrives (which boasts such attractions as Freak Pointing and the Spinning Cat!). Everyone's patience is tested further when "Entertaining Father Stone"--quite possibly the most boring man on Earth--in the second episode. Proving bad publicity can be good publicity, Ted and Dougal then accidentally manage to attract audiences to the blasphemous film "The Passion of St Tibulus". Their ingenuity is tested to the limit in "Competition Time" as they become "The Three Ages of Elvis". Dermot Morgan's Ted is at his most sympathetic in "And God Created Women" when he gets the wrong end of the stick about the intentions of romantic novelist Polly Clarke. Then, lastly, in " Grant Unto Him Eternal Rest", everyone rallies round at Father Jack's "funeral" to reminisce about what a fine priest and good-natured fellow he was! These six episodes made for a wonderful series debut; catchphrases were born ("Drink!"), as were regular characters (Jim Norton's sinister Bishop Brennan); and like Mrs Doyle's ever-wandering facial mole, audiences wanted it to "go on go on go on".On the DVD: the only extra is an exceedingly self-deprecatory commentary from co-writer Graham Linehan, who explains the origins of the characters and how he wrote in collaboration with Arthur Matthews. He frequently and hilariously compares himself with others (chiefly Mel Brooks on Young Frankensteinand The Producers). Fans will be delighted to hear many jokes that nearly made it into the show, but will undoubtedly end up somewhere else! --Paul Tonks

  • Father Ted - The Definitive Collection Box Set [1995]Father Ted - The Definitive Collection Box Set | DVD | (29/10/2007) from £35.73   |  Saving you £15.52 (45.02%)   |  RRP £49.99

    Father Ted is one of those rare sitcoms that defies categorisation--it owes as much to Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett as it does to Monty Python--and its blend of satire, character comedy and anarchic surrealism has made it a cult favourite around the world. Exiled to remote Craggy Island, Father Ted shares a house with the breathtakingly stupid Father Dougal Maguire and the constantly inebriated Father Jack, who has a small vocabulary and a taste for furniture polish. Their housekeeper, Mrs Doyle, takes care of them with a never-ending supply of tea and sandwiches: "Go on now, Father, won't you try one? They're diagonal." Together they fight boredom by dressing up as Elvis, startling ducks at the fair and provoking nuns. --Simon Leake

  • Mr. Stink [DVD]Mr. Stink | DVD | (11/11/2013) from £6.99   |  Saving you £6.00 (85.84%)   |  RRP £12.99

    Based on the best-selling books for kids (and for adults but they just won't admit it) Horrible Histories is an energetic surprising and unconventional take on history's most gruesome unpleasant yet funniest moments. From the woeful World Wars the miserable Middle Ages and the savage Stone Age to cut-throat Celts groovy Greeks rotten Romans vile Vikings and awful Egyptians history has never been so naughty. These are the stories from history that your mischievous uncle told you about; the gory smelly bits that your teacher wouldn't approve of. Get ready for the funniest fastest nastiest and daftest ride through history you're ever likely to see.

  • Moone Boy: Series 1 And 2 [DVD]Moone Boy: Series 1 And 2 | DVD | (31/03/2014) from £5.99   |  Saving you £24.00 (400.67%)   |  RRP £29.99

    It’s 1990 a new era for Martin Moone (David Rawle) and his imaginary friend Sean Murphy (Chris O’Dowd).;It’s the year of Ireland’s historic victories and draw-ings at the Italia ’90 World Cup - which to Liam’s delight and the rest of the family’s dismay has clashed with their annual pilgrimage to damp Donegal. It’s a year when Martin starts secondary school and promptly develops a crush on his “beautiful mental” art teacher Miss Tivnan (Amy Huberman) who he tries to impress with his slick moves at the school dance.;It’s a year with a Halloween raft adventure where Martin and Padraic meet the mysterious ‘Island Joe’ (Pat Shortt) a religious-themed stag party an epic golf battle an even more epic St. Patrick’s Day parade and when a family of Travellers move into the field next to the Moone home it becomes the year that Martin Moone finds his first true love.

  • Father Ted - Series 2 - Part 1 [1996]Father Ted - Series 2 - Part 1 | DVD | (15/10/2001) from £8.11   |  Saving you £11.88 (59.40%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Father Ted was granted a full 10 episodes for its second series after the enormous success of the original six. Series 2, episodes 1 to 5, offers the first half of the season plus the bonus of the 1996 Christmas Special. The Craggy Island parochial house regulars go straight to "Hell" for the most unbearable caravan holiday. Here Graham Norton makes his first appearance as the excruciatingly enthusiastic Father Noel. Then in a leftover script from series one, "Think Fast, Father Ted" has them attempt to rig a raffle at which some Kraftwerk-inspired priests and the record "Ghost Town" are the only entertainment. Their payback is to be the patsies in a rigged "Song For Europe", offering their version of "My Lovely Horse". Ted, Dougal and Jack manage to ensnare the lives of one bishop each into their "Tentacles of Doom" when the Holy Stone of Clonrichert is blessed with an upgrade to holy status. There's not much holy going on when Father "Damo" appears to teach Dougal all manner of bad habits in "The Old Grey Whistle Theft". Finally "A Christmassy Ted" sees seven priests lost in Ireland's largest lingerie store and Father Tod Unctious trying to steal Ted's Golden Cleric Award with reference to Mission: Impossible. The second series' wonderful parallel universe more than equals that of the first. On the DVD: From an animated menu fashioned around Mrs Doyle, the only extra is a full-length commentary from co-writer Graham Linehan. As with the previous disc, he's constantly telling jokes and then retracting them along with offering fascinating insights into cameos and dancing auditions. Linehan promises to be more experimental in future commentaries. The picture is naturally in its original 4:3 broadcast ratio. --Paul Tonks

  • Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa [Blu-ray]Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa | Blu Ray | (02/12/2013) from £4.49   |  Saving you £21.76 (673.68%)   |  RRP £24.99

    When Alan's radio station, North Norfolk Digital, is taken over by a new media conglomerate, it sets in motion a chain of events which see Alan having to work with the police to defuse a potentially violent siege.

  • Ronan Keating - Live From The Royal Albert Hall [2000]Ronan Keating - Live From The Royal Albert Hall | DVD | (23/04/2001) from £N/A   |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)   |  RRP £15.99

    A live performance of Ireland's wonderboy Ronan Keating filmed at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Featuring songs from Ronan's number one album including 'Rollercoaster' 'The Way You Make Me Feel' and 'When You Say Nothing At All'.

  • Cruise of the Gods [2002]Cruise of the Gods | DVD | (02/06/2003) from £6.73   |  Saving you £9.26 (137.59%)   |  RRP £15.99

    Both warmly funny and surprisingly touching, the one-off 90-minute BBC comedy Cruise of the Gods (2002) unites the twin comic talents of Rob Brydon and Steve Coogan for the first time. Brydon, whose Marion & Geoff brought him instant cult status and critical acclaim, plays Andy Van Allen, a washed-up actor who once enjoyed celebrity as the star of a TV science-fiction series but who is now down on his luck as a hotel porter. Desperate to rescue his self-esteem, but equally desperate to conceal his failure, he reluctantly embarks on a Mediterranean cruise for die-hard fans of the old show organised by uber-nerd Jeff Monks (David Walliams). To compound his humiliation, Van Allan's one-time costar, Nick Lee (Coogan), now a Hollywood big shot thanks to his starring role in Sherlock Holmes in Miami, gatecrashes the trip. Elements of both Marion & Geoff's agonising pathos and the squirm-inducing embarrassment of I'm Alan Partridge feature prominently here as the merciless portrayal of geeky fandom slowly gives way to a more gentle, affectionate portrait of people whose lives were inexplicably touched by the fantastically awful Children of Castor (imagine a camp cross between Blake's 7 and The Tomorrow People). Unlike the sympathetically pathetic ex-husband of Marion, here Brydon plays a cruelly cynical and embittered character, whose self-loathing contrasts painfully with the annoying ebullience of Coogan's superstar. The supporting cast are all a delight, too: witness lugubrious Philip Jackson, as alcoholic writer Hugh Bispham, clashing hilariously with Walliams' deadly earnest super-fan over the interpretation of names in the show, which turn out to be nothing more cryptic than anagrams of Bispham's favourite curries. James Corden and Helen Coker are emotionally fragile followers whose lives intertwine unexpectedly with their heroes, while Brian Conley and Jack Jones gamely provide cameos. --Mark Walker

  • Father Ted - Series 2 - Part 2 [1996]Father Ted - Series 2 - Part 2 | DVD | (25/02/2002) from £9.21   |  Saving you £10.78 (53.90%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Among the five episodes collected here are two of Father Ted's finest half-hours. "Rock-A-Hula Ted" was one of the few episodes in which the writers of the show abandoned any concern for their largely British audience and stacked the script with explicitly Irish references: Craggy Island's "Lovely Girls" festival is a burlesque of the all-too-genuine "Rose Of Tralee" pageant, and fire-breathing pop singer Niamh Connolly--played with aplomb by Clare Grogan--an obvious enough Sinead O'Connor manqué. "New Jack City", meanwhile is the classic episode in which the choleric Father Jack is finally despatched to an old folks' loony bin only to be replaced by the mesmerisingly appalling ragga-fixated chain-smoker Father Fintan Stack. As one of the high points of the Father Ted series this episode is also one of the high points of television comedy. There isn't much wrong with the other three episodes here, either. On the DVD: an interactive menu allows the selection of individual episodes, and segments within those episodes. The only extra feature is the option of watching the episodes with the dialogue replaced with a commentary by co-writer Graham Linehan and actor Ardal O'Hanlon, who plays Father Dougal Maguire. Occasionally interesting and revealing though this is, it gets rapidly wearing in this form, and would have worked much better if transcribed in an accompanying booklet. The disc is presented in 4:3 aspect ratio with English subtitles available.--Andrew Mueller

  • Father Ted - The Christmas Special [DVD]Father Ted - The Christmas Special | DVD | (19/10/2009) from £6.73   |  Saving you £-1.74 (-34.90%)   |  RRP £4.99

    Father Ted: The Christmas Special

  • Married Single Other [DVD]Married Single Other | DVD | (05/04/2010) from £26.98   |  Saving you £-6.99 (N/A%)   |  RRP £19.99

    Married Single Other

  • Happiness - Series 1 [2001]Happiness - Series 1 | DVD | (20/01/2003) from £9.94   |  Saving you £13.04 (187.63%)   |  RRP £19.99

    All six episodes from the first series which finds Danny Spencer facing up to the death of his wife - but instead of grief he feels guilty to find a sense of freedom... Episodes: Personality Crisis / I'm Doing It For Me / Chained To An Idiot / Desperate Dan / Celebration / Forty

  • Boyzone - Dublin - Live By Request [1999]Boyzone - Dublin - Live By Request | DVD | (27/11/2000) from £10.78   |  Saving you £-0.79 (N/A%)   |  RRP £9.99

    Performing live in front of 30 000 fans Boyzone performs tracks from their greatest hits album in their hometown of Dublin. Tracklist includes: Going Get Tough Picture Of You One Kiss Isn't It A Wonder All That I Need Where Did You Go? Too Late Tonight Love Me For A Reason Father & Son Where Have You Been When You Say Nothing.... Must Have Been High Different Beat You Needed Me I Love The Way You Love Me Words No Matter

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