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    • ITV Studios

      Thunderbirds - Volume 1 & 2

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      <p>26 episodes of the CGI animated series which follows the heroics of the Tracy family as they try to save the world with their secret organisation International Rescue. Aided by engineer Brains (voice of Kayvan Novak), operative Kayo (Angel Coulby) and London agent Lady Penelope (Rosamund Pike), the five Tracy brothers, operating from their hidden island base in the South Pacific, use their state-of-the-art Thunderbird vehicles to avert disasters across the globe. But, as they attempt to help those in peril, the team are forced to put an end to the devious schemes of international supervillain The Hood (Andres Williams). The episodes are: 'Ring of Fire: Part 1', 'Ring of Fire: Part 2', 'Space Race', 'Crosscut', 'Fireflash', 'Unplugged', 'Runaway', 'EOS', 'Slingshot', 'Tunnels of Time', 'Skyhook', 'Underpressure', 'Heavy Metal', 'Falling Skies', 'Relic', 'Breakdown', 'Heist Society', 'Recharge', 'Extraction', 'The Hexpert', 'Comet Chasers', 'Designated Driver', 'Chain of Command', 'Touch and Go', 'Undercover' and 'Legacy'.</p>

      £24.99£15.99

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      An Audience With Ken Dodd

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      <p>Critically acclaimed as a comedy masterpiece, An Audience With Ken Dodd was first shown by LWT and immediately confirmed Ken's status as Britain's funniest comedian. It produced a 5-minute standing ovation from its star-studded audience and has since become one of the highest-rating light entertainment shows of all time. Such was the demand when it was first screened that it was repeated six months later, and the 75 minute special has subsequently been shown yet again. An Audience With Ken Dodd became his first ever video. He received a double-platinum award from the Video Retailers Association for sales in excess of £2 million. Now available on DVD, with the bonus of an extra 40 minutes of material never previously seen in the original TV show, Ken's highly acclaimed feast of fun for all the family, features a host of celebrity guests, including James Fox, Frank Carson, Paul Daniels, Warren Mitchell, Kevin Whately, Hannah Gordon, Rosemary Leach, Gordon Kaye, stars from 'Coronation Street' and many others. An Audience with Ken Dodd is a fun-filled show which was so well received when first transmitted that it has been repeated several times on TV and been widely received in the media as the nation's tattifelarious and must-see tickle-tonic. Ken's comedy tour-de-force is complemented by his favourite songs, spoof opera and a wonderfully inspired guest appearance by his ventriloquial pal Dicky Mint. And of course, he also answers questions from his celebrity guests.An Audience With Ken Dodd is a classic Ken Dodd comedy extravaganza from Britain's best-loved laughter-maker, and this DVD is a fantastic treat for all the family - young and old - and for all lovers of classic comedy.</p>

      £12.99£6.99

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      City Lights/Northern Lights [With Bonus Disc]

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      <p>Northern Lights:Warm and funny, Northern Lights is the highly acclaimed and hugely popular sequel to drama Christmas Lights, which introduced best friends Howie (Mark Benton) and Colin (Robson Green). Happily married to sisters, living next door to each other and even working for the same company, they test their friendship (and their wives' patience to the limit) as they strive to out do each others achievements. Northern Lights includes six episodes plus the bonus episode Christmas Lights.City Lights:On a Saturday shopping trip in Manchester's city centre, Colin and Howie get into a row over a parking space with an aggressive stranger. They are forced to back off (he's much bigger than them), and with the incident soon forgotten, they sneak off to the pub whilst their wives Jackie (Nicola Stephenson) and Pauline (Sian Reeves) are otherwise engaged. But when the mysterious stranger is gunned down in front of their eyes, the boys become the only witnesses to a vicious gangland execution, and before they have a chance to argue about whose fault it is they are informed that their own lives are in danger and they will have to join the Witness Protection Programme - leaving behind everything they know and starting new lives with their families in London.</p>

      £29.49£13.99

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      Kennedy

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      <p>John F Kennedy was America's 35th President, its richest, the youngest to die in office and arguably, its most celebrated and beloved. His administration attracted some of the most brilliant young men and women in America and his beautiful wife Jackie captured the imagination of people the world over.Kennedy is a powerful drama that covers the tumultuous 1000 Days of the JFK Presidency - the abortive invasion of Cuba at the Bay of Pigs, the violent racial conflict, the escalation of America's involvement in Vietnam and the Missile Crisis. It explores his private life, relationships within the family and with Jackie, the tragic death of their infant son and his chronic womanising, scrutinised by the FBI under the leadership of the sinister and obsessive J. Edgar Hoover.Winner of a BAFTA for best Drama series and nominated for 3 Golden Globes, Kennedy features an all-star cast that includes Martin Sheen as JFK, Blair Brown as Jackie, John Shea as Bobby, E.G Marshall as Joseph Kennedy, Geraldine Fitzgerald as Rose and Vincent Gardenia as Kennedy's nemesis J. Edgar Hoover.Special Features:One Day In Berlin: 30 minute documentary featuring JFK's historic speech at thOne Day In Berlin: 30 Minute Documentary Featuring JFK's Most Historic SpeechOne Week In October: 30 minute documentary Chronicling the events of the CubanOne Week In October: 30 Minute Documentary Chronicling The Events In CubaThe Inaugural Address: President John F. Kennedy Washington DC January 20th 196The Inaugural Address: President John F. Kennedy Washington DCThe Last Two Days: 20 minute documentary covering JFK's last fatal trip to TexThe Last Two Days: 20 Minute Documentary Covering JFK's Last Fatal Trip</p>

      £19.79£10.99

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      Aquarius - Series 2

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      <p>Aquarius - Series 2</p>

      £24.99£18.99

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      The Jane Austen Collection

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      <p>Emma:An adaptation of Jane Austen's story of marriage and manners set in a picturesque 19th Century village, which revolves around a spoilt young woman, Emma Woodhouse, who delights in influencing the love-lives of her friends, with disastrous results. Northanger Abbey:Catherine Moreland (Felicity Jones,) a spirited young beauty from the country, enters into the depraved society of Bath with dreams and fantasies sparked by her love of gothic romance novels. There she meets two men vying for her affection - the dashing and jealous John Thorpe (William Beck) and the gentle and sincere Henry Tilney (JJ Feild). Despite the advice of her mischievous new friend Isabella (Carey Mulligan), Catherine treats neither as more than a dear friend. That is until Catherine accepts an invitation to Northanger Abbey from Henry's grave and severe father, General Tilney (Liam Cunningham). Her passion for the dark and mysterious feeds her imagination, as tyrannical fathers and diabolical villains work their evil on forelorn heroines trapped in isolated castles, much like Northanger.... Mansfield Park:At 10, Fanny Price goes to live at Mansfield Park, the estate of her aunt's husband, Sir Thomas. Clever, studious, and a writer with an ironic imagination and fine moral compass, she becomes especially close to her cousin Edmund, Thomas's younger son. Fanny is soon possessed of beauty as well as a keen mind and comes to the attention of a neighbor, Henry Crawford. Thomas promotes this match, but to his displeasure, Fanny has a mind of her own, asking Henry to prove himself worthy. As Edmund courts Henry's sister and as light shines on the link between Thomas's fortunes and New World slavery, Fanny must assess Henry's character and assert her heart as well as her wit.</p>

      £34.99£21.99

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      Moving On - Series 3

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      <p>The critically accalimed series Moving On created by BAFTA &amp; EMMY award-winning Jimmy McGovern (the Secret, Cracker) returns for a third run of five powerful films about people confronted with a life-changing decision. This series has a stellar cast complimented by compelling stories written by the cream of UK writing talent. Episodes Comprise: PunterHapless plumber Billy has always struggled with gambling – he claims it’s under control but with bills and repossession notices piling up, his wife Michelle is close to breaking point. When Billy makes a chance discovery in a customer’s loft, he thinks his prayers have been answered – but his addiction ensures his troubles have only just begun...Tour of DutyNew mum Caroline is struggling to cope on her own while her husband Tom serves in Afghanistan. She’s not natural army-wife material and is finding it hard to fit in to life on the barracks. When rats are discovered in the house, Caroline considers leaving – but rat catcher Sam offers a lifeline. It’s not long before Caroline’s loyalty is being called into question – and maybe the gossips have a point?DonorChristina’s always been the life and soul of the party, but as she approaches forty it seems as if all her friends would rather change nappies than go clubbing – and even her own biological clock is starting to tick. When there are fertility problems for Christina and boyfriend Andy, she makes a startling request of gay best friend Mick and his fella Frank – can their friendship ever recover..?The Poetry of SilenceKieran is the youngest of Ann and John’s children, and the first to go to university; he’s had every opportunity they never had. They think he’s living the high life when in reality Kieran’s struggling with debilitating depression. When the truth finally comes out and Kieran comes home to recuperate, Ann and John discover that the road to recovery is far from straightforward.The MilmanBugsy Mullen is a milkman with a scar on his lip. He’s shy, with a good heart, but he – and his job – are out step with modern times. Angie is a single mum struggling to pay rising rents as her neighbourhood gets gentrified. A chance accident threatens to turn both their lives upside-down – will Bugsy roll over and take this latest misfortune on the chin, or can he finally learn to stand up for himself?</p>

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      Christopher & His Kind

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      <p>Based on the writer Christopher Isherwood’s critically acclaimed memoir, Christopher And His Kind, this landmark BBC adaptation gives a fascinating glimpse into the decadent and politically unstable world of 1930s Berlin. A young wide-eyed Christopher escapes repressive English society and arrives in Berlin at a time when the cabaret scene is in full swing. Launched into the thriving gay subculture, Christopher embarks on a seminal journey of self-discovery. Written by acclaimed playwright Kevin Elyot, this dramatic love story is set against the vibrant backdrop of Berlin’s cabaret nightlife and the dark rise of Nazi politics.</p>

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      12 Days of Christmas Eve

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      <p>A money-minded modern day Scrooge with no time for family is given twelve days to discover the true meaning of Christmas in this festive comedy. Calvin Carter (Steven Weber) is strictly business. The owner of a popular discount store chain whose lowbrow business ethics has earned him the fear of his employees and isolated his family, Calvin spend Christmas Eve tending to business instead of celebrating the holiday with his wife and children. When Calvin's car is hit by a falling sign on his way home from work and he awakens in a hospital, the no-nonsense nurse on duty gives him twelve days to discover the true meaning of Christmas, or risk dire consequences by continuing to place the value of a dollar over the value of his family.</p>

      £4.99

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      The Christmas Choir

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      <p>A materialistic businessman learns the value of giving in this heartwarming family film. Based on a true story, the inspirational drama follows workaholic Peter Andrews (Jason Gedrick) as he attempts to redeem his self-serving ways by volunteering to start a Christmas choir at a homeless shelter run by a tough-talking nun, Sister Agatha (Rhea Perlman).</p>

      £4.99

    • ITV Studios

      Prick Up Your Ears/Made In Britain/Meantime

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      <p>Pick Up Your Ears:Prick Up Your Ears is a celebration of outrageous playwright Joe Orton and his love affair with Kenneth Halliwell which concluded with their violent and premature deaths. Orton was one of the 1960s golden boys, from working class Leicester lad to national celebrity, from sexual innocent to grinning satyr, from penniless student to icon of Swinging London.Made In Britain:From a fact-based screenplay by David Leland (Wish You Were Here) and directed by master film-maker Alan Clarke (Rita, Sue And Bob Too).Trevor is a teenage skinhead. Caught smashing the windows of a Pakistani owned shop, he is sent to an assessment centre by social worker Harry where it is discovered he is slightly articulate and intelligent. But when he escapes, steals cars and goes berserk, can Harry still save him?Meantime:Writer-director Mike Leigh (Secrets and Lies, Abigail's Party) assembled the cream of emerging British acting talent for Meantime- a typically sharp and quirky portrait of family relationships. Meantime centres on an East End family, the Pollacks- Mavis, Frank and their sons Mark and Colin- and their experience of unemployment, poverty and life in early 1980's Britain. When Colin comes under the influence of Skinhead Coxy, family tensions erupt into conflict.Special Features:Interview With Mike LeighInterview With Stephen Frears/ Recollections Of Leonie Barnett/ 1967 Interview-Interview with Stephen Frears/ Recollections of Leonie Barnett/ 1967 InterviewInterview With Tim Roth/ Interview With David Leland</p>

      £12.79£7.99

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      Joe Maddison’s War

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      <p>Set in Newcastle in 1939, Joe Maddison's War features shipyard worker Joe (Kevin Whately) who feels emasculated and past his prime; too old to serve in the war, and he's shocked when his wife leaves him for a younger naval officer. Needing a new challenge, Joe and his friend Harry (Robson Green) reluctantly volunteer to join the Home Guard. A decision which leads Joe on a journey of self discovery, learning lessons of heroism and friendship, and also love...</p>

      £19.99£10.00

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      Shark Attack

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      <p>A group of students on their Spring Break are viciously attacked by sharks during an overnight boat trip. Hundreds of sharks have invaded the waters around the packed holiday beaches. How many people must die before the friends can stop the hungry man-eaters? Starring Shannon Lucio (The OC), Kathy Baker (Cold Mountain), Riley Smith (New York Minute) and Bryan Brown (Cocktail).</p>

      £5.99£4.99

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      Aquarius - Series 1

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      <p>Los Angeles, 1967. Welcome to the Summer of Love. Aquarius stars David Duchovny (The X Files; Californication) as Sam Hodiak, a seasoned homicide detective whose investigations dovetail with the activities of real-life cult leader Charles Manson in the years before he masterminded the most notorious killings of a generation, the Tate-LaBianca murders. A small-time but charismatic leader with big plans, Manson has begun to build up his “family”, recruiting vulnerable young men and women to join his cause. Teaming up with a young cop who will help him infiltrate Manson’s circle, Hodiak is forced to see things through the questioning eyes of someone who came of age amongst the current anti-establishment counterculture. Edgy, addictive and visually stunning, the Age of Aquarius is here.</p>

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      The Trials of Jimmy Rose

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      <p>When Jimmy gets out of jail after serving 12 years for armed robbery, he finds that his family have been getting on with their lives without him. Jimmy is determined to win back the affections of his wife and the respect of his children. He wants to be a family man, but they have got used to him not being there. Life for an ex-convict isn’t easy and the temptation to return to crime is hard to resist. Is Jimmy strong enough to do what is right? With an incredible cast and renowned writers, The Trials Of Jimmy Rose is a gripping, moving drama about how the simplest things are often the hardest to achieve.</p>

      £17.99£13.99

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      Carry On Abroad (Special Edition)

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      <p>The Carry On team take a package holiday that starts disastrously and rapidly goes downhill. The Paradise island is not all its cracked up to be. The hotel isn't finished, the staff are a bit thin on the ground - in fact Pepe is the staff and the locals are far from friendly!A catalogue of disasters beset the gang that will keep you in fits of laughter.</p>

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      Murphy's Law - Series 3

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      <p>This new series takes Murphy (James Nesbitt, Cold Feet) deeper and deeper undercover. The stakes are high and the risks enormous as Murphy finds himself embroiled in a complex network of criminality and double dealing. At the centre is David Callard head of the biggest criminal fraternity in London. Murphy must navigate his way through dangerous territory. It's the biggest challenge of his career. Staying in one cover, Murphy becomes increasingly entangled with Callard's world - walking the dangerous tight rope between detection and deception.The Goodbye Look: It's going to be a doddle. Posing as a criminal, Murphy has to sell a gun to a low level, low life, and then nick him. In a single act of lunacy or inspiration, Murphy walks out of his world leaving behind the security of back up and surveillance. He's making it up as he goes along.Disorganised Crime: Callard recommends Murphy's services to the McGeechans. They need some illegal assault rifles reactivated. Daniel and Gerard both have violent pasts and nasty tempers. Murphy is trapped. He needs to find out what they are planning. And he needs to stop it. Strong Box: Dave Callard is after some moody money. If Murphy can turn supplier and Callard takes the bait, it's more evidence in the eventual charge sheet against him. If he makes one mistake his cover could be blown, along with the operation. Extra Mile: Murphy needs to run the extra mile of the operation. This should have been over long ago, and he's starting to lose it. Rees, convinced he will uncover a criminal connection, is determined to pursue the relationship between Callard and Garvey. If he's right, this could be the biggest collar of his career. If he's wrong, he's putting his team through hell. And for nothing. Boy's Night Out: Callard ups the stakes. He wants to meet Murphy. Urgently. Rees and Murphy suspect that it's an invitation to join Garvey's drug importation but Callard is being evasive. Murphy must smoke him out juggling his time to serve two masters: the Court and Callard's importunate demands. Hard Boiled Eggs and Nuts: Murphy is holed up in hiding with Callard and Miller. The atmosphere is thick with menace. Callard systematically destroys the forensic evidence against him. Murphy and Miller fear that he may want to destroy one or other of them too. Or both. Murphy is outgunned and outnumbered.</p>

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      Mansfield Park

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      <p>Taken from the poverty of her parents' home in Portsmouth, Fanny Price (Billie Piper) is brought up with her rich cousins at Mansfield Park, acutely aware of her humble rank and with her cousin Edmund (Blake Ritson) as her sole ally.Fanny gradually falls in love with Edmund, but during her uncle's absence in Antigua, Mary Crawford (Hayley Atwell) and her brother Henry (Joseph Beattie) arrive in the neighbourhood bringing with them the glamour of London life and a reckless taste for flirtation.As her cousins Maria (Michelle Ryan) and Julia (Catherine Steadman) vie for Henry's attentions, Fanny watches in despair as her beloved Edmund succumbs to Mary's charms. Fanny now has to fight for her family and her one true love.</p>

      £17.79£6.99

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      Carry On England (Special Edition)

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      <p>Carry On EnglandMake Love Not War! The Carry On team are part of an experimental mixed anti-aircraft battery during World War II. The Luftwaffe never had it so easy!Recruits Ready (Jack Douglas), Willing (Judy Geeson) and Able (Patrick Mower) join forces to strike terror into the heart of the enemy and run rings round their pompous Captain, S. Melly (Kenneth Connor). Discover where churchill's famous Victory sign really originated from in this classic khaki caper: patriotism has never been funnier!</p>

      £12.79£5.99

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      Murphys Law - Series 4

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      <p>In Series Four Murphy [James Nesbitt] puts his life on the line to infiltrate an unholy alliance between the Johnstone brothers, notorious ex-paramilitary Protestants, and Mo Khan, the leader of a powerful local Asian crime-gang.During an elaborate drugs sting Murphy befriends the youngest Johnstone brother, using him as a way into the gang. Their criminal world is a complex, volatile, dangerous place - and Murphy has to push himself right to its centre. But this time, has he pushed himself too far?Following the mysterious disappearance of two undercover officers, Series Five sees Murphy forced back into the field to find and follow their trail. He enters a dark world of human trafficking, befriending a vicious criminal ring of sex traders and putting himself at their disposal.As Murphy hunts for the missing officers, he uncovers evidence suggesting they may have disobeyed orders and gone too deep undercover. Can Murphy save himself and the missing officers, or is he in danger of becoming the very thing he is out to destroy?</p>

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      Marple [Box Set]

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      <p>Bafta-winning actress Geraldine McEwan (The Magdelene Sisters) stars as Miss Marple in four new feature-length films featuring Agatha Christie's famous spinster sleuth.Miss Marple should never be underestimated: her little old lady routine masks a razor-sharp mind and intuition.Star-studded cast lists and 21st century production values bring Queen of Crime Agatha Christie's world-famous murder mysteries to life, providing the perfect entertainment for fans of classy whodunnits.Crime will be foiled when Miss Jane Marple is on the case!</p>

      £29.49£12.99

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      Lewis - Series 7

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      <p>Kevin Whately stars as Inspector Robbie Lewis, ably assisted by Laurence Fox as his partner DS James Hathaway. Together they investigate more murder mysteries against the historic and glorious backdrop of Oxford and its University Campus. Clare Holman returns as Dr Laura Hobson, alongside Rebecca Front as Chief Superintendent Innocent. Episodes Comprise: Down Among the Fearful. When psychologist Reuben Beatty is murdered while moonlighting as a psychic Lewis and Hathaway struggle to unpick his baffling double life. Dark forces are at work, and not just in the afterlife. Written by Simon Block and directed by Brian Kelly, Down Among the Fearful will guest star Neil Stuke (Poirot, Silk), Dominic Mafham (DCI Banks, Land Girls) and Sanjeev Bhaskar (Silent Witness, The Indian Doctor). The Ramblin' Boy. Chief Superintendent Martin Cornish goes missing and a recently embalmed body is discovered by an isolated farm track - could there be a link? Hathaway goes on sabbatical and Lewis takes an awkward young constable under his wing. The Ramblin' Boy is written by Lucy Gannon and directed by Dan Read. The film guest stars Peter Davison (Law and Order:UK, New Tricks), Lucy Speed (EastEnders, The Bill) and Tom Brooke (Restless, Mrs Biggs). Intelligent Design. After seven years of ducking the question, Lewis and Hobson are embarking on a relationship. Meanwhile an elderly don is murdered on the night of his release from prison. Written by Stephen Churchett and directed by Tim Fywell, the guest stars include writer Stephen Churchett (Law and Order: UK, EastEnders), Alison Steadman (Little Crackers, Gavin and Stacey), and Edward fox (Marple, Oliver Twist).</p>

      £19.99£9.99

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      Poirot: Collection 8

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      <p>Series 12. 4 eps in total: The Clocks, Three Act Tragedy, Halloween Party, Murder On The Orient ExpressPlus David Suchet on the Orient Express programme</p>

      £24.99£14.99

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      Lewis - Series 6

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      <p>The hit detective drama series returns for a sixth series. Once again, Inspector Robbie Lewis, played by Kevin Whately and his sidekick DS Hathaway, Laurence Fox are busy investigating murders against the stunning backdrop of Oxford and its University campus.</p>

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      Agatha Christie's Poirot: Feature Length Collection

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      <p>Includes: 'Murder on the Orient Express', 'Death on the Nile' and 'The ABC Murders'.</p>

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      Case Histories - Series 2

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      <p>Jason Isaacs stars as Kate Atkinson's private investigator, Jackson Brodie, in Case Histories returning to the beautiful streets of Edinburgh. In this celebrated and unique crime drama, Brodie delves into more dark tragedies of the past which continue to resonate in the present. In series two, Jackson's life doesn't get any simpler. As he brings optimism and resolution to the lost and bereaved, Jackson continues to struggle with his own past and present. A professional mistake born of personal confusion comes back to haunt him with repercussions for his integrity and his relationship with Louise Monroe. With inimitable warmth and wit, Jackson looks for love, complicated by a new woman in his life, the reappearance of Julia Land and an increasingly precocious daughter. But his most heroic act seems destined to become his biggest obstacle.</p>

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      Inside Claridges

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      <p>A chance to enjoy the hit BBC2 series that takes an exclusive peek behind the scenes at one of the world's most iconic hotels. A favourite of royalty and celebrities, Claridge's has become a byword for discreet luxury, where a suite for a night can set you back the price of small family car. See the staff of 46 chambermaids, 51 chefs and nine private butlers work around the clock to indulge every whim of the world's elite. From transforming an entire floor into a 'palace' for a visiting princess to installing a jacuzzi with a few days notice, there's no limit to the lengths the team will go to provide the ultimate comfort for the rich and famous.</p>

      £14.99£11.99

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      Sophie's Choice [25th Anniversary Special Edition]

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      <p>Between the innocent, the romantic, the sensual, and the unthinkable. there are still some things we have yet to imagine. Sophie's Choice is a tragic tale of a writer's love for a Holocaust survivor, adapted from William Styron’s best-selling novel. Sophie (Meryl Streep) is a Polish Catholic haunted by the 'choice' she had to make in a Nazi concentration camp. Now in the United States, she has found a reason to live in Nathan (Kevin Kline), a sparkling if unsteady American Jew obsessed with the Holocaust. They befriend Stingo (Peter MacNicol) a young writer just arrived in New York City, witness to the happiness of Sophie and Nathan which becomes endangered by her ghosts and his obsessions.</p>

      £15.79£5.99

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      Great Expectations [Restored]

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      <p>GREAT EXPECTATIONS.David Lean's Spellbinding Screen Translation Effectively Captures The Spirit Of Charles Dickens' Literary Masterpiece. It Tells The Story Of Young Pip (John Mills) Who Experiences Two Distinctly Different Encounters WithThe Escaped Convict Abel Magwitch (Finlay Currie) And The Eccentric Miss Havisham (Martita Hunt). With A Life Of Hard Grind In A Blacksmith's Looking The Most Likely Prospect, Pip's Fortunes Change Dramatically When TheGenerosity Of A Mysterious Benefactor Propels Him To London To Begin His Journey Towards Becoming A Gentleman With 'Great Expectations'.</p>

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      Wild Britain with Ray Mears

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      <p>In this series Television's original survivalist, Ray Mears takes us on an incredible journey, travelling the length and breadth of Great Britain, with each episode themed around a different habitat to discover some of the varied landscapes and fascinating wildlife that these islands have to offer. From the dramatic heather moorlands of the Peak District, to the beautiful North Norfolk Shingle Shore and the quintessentially British Hay meadow, Ray reveals the hidden world that lives just beyond our doorstep. Sharing his knowledge of field, craft and passion for British wildlife, Ray shows us how to decode the landscape.Deciduous Forest: The Forest of Dean in Gloucestershire is one of the few remaining ancient forests in England. It's Spring and the forest floor is carpeted with bluebells and Ray's favourite woodland creature - the hazel dormouse - is emerging from hibernationShingle Shore: Britain's bird-watching capital the beautiful North Norfolk coast where Ray explores the shingle spit that attracts grey and common seals, nesting sand martins and natterjack toadsBreckland: One of the country's least known habitats 'The Breckland' in East Anglia - home of the rare Stone CurlewHeather Moorlands And Uplands: One of the best-loved spectacles in the British countryside - the mighty Peak District - where Ray discovers short-eared owls and great-crested newtsWetlands: Ray travels to the beautiful Somerset Levels to explore the atmospheric waterways that are home to otters and an important breeding ground for heronsHaymeadow: Ray visits the quintessential British habitat - the beautiful hay meadow. Ray reveals the vital link between this precious habitat and some of our most glorious wildlife from bees to Barn owls</p>

      £19.99£10.99

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      Morecambe and Wise - The Movie Collection

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      <p>Box set featuring all three of Eric and Ernie's big screen adventures. In 'The Intelligence Men' (1965) Eric helps secret agent Ernie to protect Russian ballerina Madame Petrovna when her life is placed in danger. In 'That Riviera Touch' (1966) the pair travel to the Riviera, where they become mixed up with jewel thieves while attempting to romance the beautiful Claudette. In 'The Magnificent Two' (1967) the boys visit Latin America, where Eric is persuaded by a latin beauty to impersonate a dead rebel leader.</p>

      £15.99£10.00

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      Iron Man Vol.1

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      <p>Tony Stark, heir to a billion-dollar corporation, lives a life of luxury, free to pursue his chief interests - seeking extreme thrills, solving scientific mysteries and creating mind-boggling inventions. But everything goes horribly wrong when a tragic accident robs Tony of his father and nearly costs him his own life. Now dependent on his own impressive technology for survival and dedicated to battling corruption, Tony must reconcile the pressures of teenage life with the duties of a Super Hero. Inside his remarkable invention, Tony Stark is geared for high-speed flight, high-tech battles and high-octane adventure! Episodes - Iron, Forged In Fire (Pt.2)Secrets And LiesCold WarWhiplashIron Man vs. The Crimson DynamoMeltdownField TripAncient History 101Ready, A.I.M., Fire!Seeing RedMasqueradeHide And Seek</p>

      £12.99£6.99

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      A Different Breed

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      <p>From the makers of the fabulous Pineapple Dance Studios and Louie Spence’s Showbusiness comes a fresh, quirky and hilarious show which turns the documentary genre on its head. A Different Breed is set in the canine world of grooming salons, dog crèches and vets, following the eccentric people who work there and the bizarre dog owners who treat their pets better than their children. The dog-obsessed owners are fascinating on their own, but the real stars of the show are the pets themselves. Using comedy scripted voice-overs the show occasionally skips out of reality to imagine, if these dogs could talk, what would they say? From the gay security dog to the mentally deficient Pit-Bull, each dog has their own special personality that reflects their breed and their owner.</p>

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      A Touch Of Frost - Series 10

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      <p>David Jason stars as Detective Inspector Jack Frost, an authority-flouting maverick who won't and doesn't abide by the rules and will stop at nothing to see justice is done.Contains all 3 episodes from Series 10:Hidden TruthWhile protecting a drugs case witness and her son in a safe house a hitman narrowly fails to kill the woman and subsequently a police officer is killed. But when the main suspect has a solid alibi it appears there could be a traitor in the ranks...Close EncountersThe body of a security guard surfaces in a quarry and Inspector Frost's prime suspect is an unpredictable teenager who claims the killers are from another planet. The truth is out there but Jack Frost isn't gazing up at the stars to find aliens - he's in the murky gutters of Denton's past.Held In TrustTerrifyingly for Frost he's up for promotion to the Uniformed division but his mind is soon sidetracked when a hit and run is connected to the case of a missing boy. Just as things start to get from worse to worse, Frost realises he has a child molester on the loose and he's about to make the biggest mistake he's ever made...</p>

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      Prick Up Your Ears [Special Edition]

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      <p>Prick Up Your Ears is a celebration of outrageous playwright Joe Orton (Gary Oldman) and his love affair with Kenneth Halliwell (Alfred Molina) which concluded with their violent and premature deaths.Orton was one of the 1960s golden boys, from working class Leicester lad to national celebrity, from sexual innocent to grinning satyr, from penniless student to icon of Swinging London. He became a star by breaking the rules - sexual and theatrical. But while his plays including Loot, What the Butler Saw and Entertaining Mr. Sloane were hugely successful, his private life was sometimes sordid, often farcical and ended in tragedy.With a star-making central performance by Gary Oldman, a superb cast including Alfred Molina, Vanessa Redgrave, Julie Walters and Richard Wilson and a brilliant script by Alan Bennett, Prick Up Your Ears is a cult British film.</p>

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      Cradle To Grave

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      <p>It’s 1974 and fifteen-year-old Danny is our guide through the ups and downs of life with the Baker family. Dad Fred, known to all and sundry as ‘Spud’, is a proud south London docker with a penchant for rackets, fiddles and schemes, hopefully ‘nice and tasty’ ones. Wife Bet loves him deeply but longs for the family to go ‘straight’, and do daft things like pay taxes and put money in the electricity meter instead of always trying to scam it. With eldest daughter Sharon’s wedding looming, the docks facing closure and a switch to the dreaded ‘containerisation’ putting thousands of dockers out of work, times are challenging. So too are Danny’s attempts to get closer to the opposite sex. Full of humour, warmth and drama, Cradle To Grave is based on actual events and characters.</p>

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      Chasing Shadows

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      <p>Chasing Shadows is a thrilling, new four-part drama, which focuses on the work of a missing persons field unit charged with tracking down serial killers who prey on impressionable and vulnerable people. Reece Shearsmith plays DS Sean Stone and his partner, Ruth Hattersley is played by Alex Kingston whilst Noel Clarke takes on the role of DI Prior. On the face of it Sean is intense, socially awkward and a misfit. Get to know him and you realise he’s a man on a mission even if it leads him to self-destruction and his eccentric manner frequently lands him in hot water. Ruth, on the other hand, is a stabilising influence, she is an analyst from the Missing Persons Bureau tasked to work alongside Sean. In effect his bosses have sidelined him and she is his lifeline. Sean refuses to be tethered to Ruth, but eventually learns that he and Ruth make an awesome team. She has the ability to connect with people and has the expertise to trace missing persons. He is socially awkward and struggles to communicate; yet their strengths strike the perfect balance.</p>

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      Arthur & George

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      <p>Heartbroken following the death of his wife, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, creator of Sherlock Holmes, the world's greatest detective, cannot bring himself to write. When he hears of The Great Wyrley Outrages, Arthur becomes obsessed with solving what he sees as a genuine miscarriage of justice when a indian called George Edaliji was imprisoned for killing livestock. Sir Arthur sets out to prove that racism and corruption led to the wrong man being convicted, but he soon starts to suspect he is being fed lies. Adapted from a novel by celebrated author Julian Barnes and based on real events, Arthur and George has both the finest classic crime fiction and the appeal of a true historical mystery.</p>

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      The Life And Death Of Colonel Blimp/A Matter Of Life & Death

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      <p>From the celebrated team of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger comes two classic masterpieces.The Life and Death of Colonel BlimpThe story follows British officer Clive Candy (Roger Livesey) through the trials and tribulations of three wars, three loves and a lifelong friendship across enemy lines.A Matter of Life and DeathSquadron leader Peter Carter (David Niven) is alone in a blazing plane. As he prepares himself for death he confides his innermost secrets to a female radio operator. He miraculously survives and falls in love with the same female radio operator but is haunted by strange hallucinations and has in fact suffered a severe concussion.</p>

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      Dr. Zhivago

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      <p>Stunning adaptation of Boris Pasternak's most celebrated novel, scripted by acclaimed dramatist Andrew Davies (Pride And Prejudice, Bridget Jones's Diary, Othello).The sweep and scale of the Russian Revolution acts as the backdrop for the intense and ultimately heart-breaking love story of physician and poet, Doctor Yury Zhivago, who wrestles with the anguish of being torn between the love of two women, Tonya (Alexandra Maria Lara) And Lara (Keira Knightley).</p>

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      The Last Unicorn

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      <p>A magical, fantasy adventure that will enchant children everywhere.This musical movie adaptation of Peter S. Beagle's classic best-seller tells the story of the last remaining Unicorn on earth who sets out from her home in lilac woods in the hope that she will find another of her kind.A wondrous quest begins with the Last Unicorn meeting many colourful characters along the way, including Schmendrick the Magician, Mommy Fortuna and Molly Grue. Danger Looms, However, with the appearance of the sinister Red Bull.</p>

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      Murphys Law - Series 2

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      <p>Murphy is forced to take on a number of different personalities when he goes undercover; whether hunting for a serial killer who is stalking London's West End, or searching to discover whether racist bullying led to promising young police officer committing suicide.Jack's Back: The hunt for a serial killer who is stalking London's West End takes on a personal dimension for Murphy when tragedy strikes. The killer is targeting young women who have stayed at one particular hostel for homeless people, but what is their connection with the latest victim, the star of a West End musical about Jack the Ripper? Bent Moon On The Rise: When a promising young police officer, Parmer, commits suicide, Murphy is sent undercover to find out if he was a victim of racist bullying. Parmer's old squad is lead by the charismatic D.I. Winters. Parmer's old colleagues are shocked by his death but they're also hiding a secret. Could this be the key to understanding why he died?Ringers: Murphy is recruited to be part of an Interpol operation to infiltrate an international car ringing gang and finds himself paired up with philosophising French agent, Benoit. Posing as an expert car thief, Murphy sets out to impress the brains behind the car scam, Godfrey Raines. Alice: When seven year Adrian Kelly drowns in a river, his mother, Alice claims he was poisoned by a chemical leak from a near by biotech laboratory. There appears to be no evidence to support her story. Is this the ramblings of a grief stricken mother or is there something sinister going on? Murphy goes undercover as a cleaner in the lab... Convent: The apparent suicide of a novice nun and the strange disappearance of another, forces Murphy to go undercover in a convent. Despite Murphy's cover story of being a priest sent by the Cardinal to compile a report on the tragedies, Murphy's investigation is hampered by the nuns who are suspicious and secretive. The Group: Three murderers are murdered. All three had been named in a campaign run by support group for relatives of murder victims. Is it a coincidence or is this a killer-killer taking revenge? Murphy joins the group but the experience stirs up powerful emotions and he finds himself faced with the opportunity to exact a very personal revenge.</p>

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      Inspector Morse - Greeks Bearing Gifts/Promised Land

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      <p>Super Sleuth, Inspector Morse (John Thaw - Goodnight Mister Tom and Kavanagh Q.C.) has an ear for music, a taste for beer and a nose for crime. He sets out with Sergeant Lewis (Kevin Whately - Peak Practise) to solve each intriguing case.Greeks Bearing GiftsThe chef at Sergeant Lewis's favourite Greek restaurant is found dead. Then a baby goes missing. But Oxford's tight-knit Greek community seems unwilling to help Morse and Lewis with their investigations.Promised LandMorse and Lewis head for Australia in pursuit of Kenny Stone - the man whose evidence put away a gang of armed robbers. However, it appears that they are not the only ones in pursuit of the supergrass.</p>

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      Rising Damp

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      <p>This feature-length version of the classic sit-com finds Rigsby (Leonard Rossiter) intending to make Miss Jones (Frances De La Tour) his wife but she's more attracted to the intellectual and athletic Philip (Don Warrington). Philip, however, is quite unmoved being more interested in the sexual shenanigans of his roommate John (Christopher Strauli) who has the long overdue intention of losing his virginity. Adding to the 'romantic' intrigue is new arrival, seemingly sophisticated Seymour (Denholm Elliott). Miss Jones falls head over heels for the brylcreem-ed newcomer but is unaware that his attraction is to her savings account. Hilarious comedy works its way out of the rising damp of unrequited love.</p>

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      Carry On Follow That Camel (Special Edition)

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      <p>When the Carry On team head for the sea of sand, there's a legion of laughs to be had, plus pure gold in Phil Silvers' raucous performance as Sergeant Nocker.Carry On Follow That Camel is a historical spectacular with a host of harem beauties, a bevy of blood thirsty Bedouins and a troupe of Legionnaire getting the hump!</p>

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      Carry On Emmanuelle (Special Edition)

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      <p>Emmanuelle Prevert (Suzanne Danielle) is the fascinating, delectable young wife of Emile (Kenneth Williams) the French ambassador for Great Britain. With his sexual prowess damaged in a freak parachuting accident, Emmanuelle has to seek her thrills elsewhere and happily proves her charms are irresistible to all members of the opposite sex. Her travels leads to intimate encounters with a variety of men. In fact, she becomes England's most famous and popular sex symbol and gradually, Emile begins to feel he must be missing out on what every other man in England seems to be enjoying!Carry On Emmanuelle is an accumulation of jokes that grow steadily bluer!</p>

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      Catherine Cookson: The Moth

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      <p>The Moth opens in 1913 as talented carpenter Robert Bradley leaves the Jarrow shipyards for a job in his uncle's furniture business. Life in the country is not always as idyllic as he had imagined. He is frequently at odds with his God-fearing Uncle John and then there's cousin Carrie, a teenage timebomb just waiting to explode. Starring Jack Davenport (This Life) and Juliet Aubrey with Justine Waddell (Dracula 2001).</p>

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      Catherine Cookson - The Secret

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      <p>A tale of suspense and intrigue set amongst the atmospheric streets and riverside of 19th century Tyneside, 'The Secret' is based on Catherine Cookson's only thriller novel. Freddie Musgrave's life is in turmoil when a letter implicates him in murder. Further complications arise due to his feelings for his boss's foster daughter Belle, who is trapped within a loveless marriage to a madman.</p>

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