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    • <p>Director Terence Fisher brings Noel Coward's THE ASTONISHED HEART to the screen. Fisher and his stars--Celia Johnson, Margaret Leighton, and Coward himself--vividly convey the playwright's brittle, sophisticated view of the world. Coward stars as Christian Faber, a psychiatrist who falls in love with the much-younger Leonora Vail (Leighton). This means that Faber must convince himself that his blissful 10-year marriage to wife Barbara (Johnson) is truly at an end. Once he's made this compromise with his conscience, Faber further deteriorates into petulant jealousy when Leonora begins roaming. The surprise ending is all the more surprising because the audience is pulling for Faber (despite his emotional immaturity) and is hoping that he'll pull himself out of his self-imposed mess. In addition to writing and starring in THE ASTONISHED HEART, Noel Coward also composed the musical score.</p>

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    • <p>A vampire's dying curse is that those present should all die. When a mysterious plague strikes, the doctor's son battles to solve the terrible curse. Set in 1825.</p>

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    • <p>Nelly and Nora love playing outside whether it's windy, rainy or bright summer sunshine. Join these two Cbeebies favourites on the campsite and enjoy their holidays with them.</p>

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    • <p>An extraordinary Hamlet... a milestone Hamlet - Manchester Evening News Shakespeare's most iconic work, Hamlet explodes with big ideas and is the ultimate story of loyalty, love, betrayal, murder and madness. From its sell-out run at Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre comes a film version of this unique and critically acclaimed production of HAMLET with BAFTA-nominee Maxine Peake in the title role. This groundbreaking stage production, directed by Sarah Frankcom, was Royal Exchange s fastest-selling show in a decade. Alongside Maxine Peake as the eponymous prince, a number of other roles, including Polonious and Rosencrantz, are also played by women. HAMLET is brought to cinemas by film director Margaret Williams, whose Written on Skin (Royal Opera House/BBC) won many awards including the Diapason d'Or. The film is produced by Anne Beresford and Debbie Gray, the team behind the highly successful cinema broadcast of Peter Grimes on Aldeburgh Beach which Margaret also directed.</p>

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    • <p>Documentary which traces the recent history of Swansea City Football Club. The film shows how the club, with the help of a Supporters' Trust, has come through relegation, numerous managers and financial troubles to become a genuine contender for the Premier League title.</p>

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    • <p>From the legendary Stephen King, author of Misery and The Shining, comes this year s most terrifying thriller with an all-star cast: Oscar nominee Joan Allen, Golden Globe winner Anthony LaPaglia and House of Cards' Kristen Connolly Celebrating 25 years of a good marriage, Darcy feels her life is complete with a loving husband and wonderful children. Outside their lives a serial killer hunts his victims, killing young females, whilst a suspicious stranger stalks Darcy s family. Thinking bad things only happen to others, Darcy soon finds out the truth as she uncovers a gruesome truth about her husband that suddenly makes the outside world frightening real. Realizing that her husband is not who she thought he was, his sinister secret threatening not only their marriage but also her life, will Darcy survive the dark truth that is so horrific it can t be real? Stephen King doesn't very often write the films that are adapted from his books. He did with this one.</p>

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    • <p>Michael Redgrave and Rosamund John star in this passionate and bittersweet story of one couple's fight for social justice in Britain. Growing up in a deprived North of England mill town in the 1870's, young Hamer Radshaw (Michael Redgrave) experiences the suffering of the working classes first hand. During these early years Hamer learns the story of the 1819 massacre at Peterloo and begins his involvement in the new wave of radicalism sweeping the North. Radshaw succeeds in becoming one of the first MP's for the newly formed Labour party. His wife Ann (Rosamund John) stands by her man in the early stages of his fledgling political career - until a tragedy during a miner's strike begins to weaken Radshaw's political convictions. As he becomes part of the Establishment he once fought so hard against, the issue of Women's Suffrage threatens to their relationship apart when Ann's own campaigning threatens Radshaw's growing reputation amongst the political class. Allegedly based on the life of Ramsay MacDonald, 'Fame is the Spur' remains one of the Boulting Brothers' finest dramatic works and a major achievement in British cinema.</p>

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    • <p>One of the covert operations at the beginning of World War II is enacted in this fast-paced thriller about a government-approved diamond heist. A Major from the British army (Tony Britton) joins up with a Dutch diamond expert (Alexander Knox) and another adventurous Dutchman (Peter Finch) to steal a fortune in diamonds from a bank vault in Amsterdam before the Nazis completely close off the city. The trio are launched under the covering fire of a British battleship in the harbour and then chauffeured into Amsterdam by Anna (Eva Bartok), one of many people they encounter who could be either friend or foe. There is no time to waste in emptying the bank vault because it is estimated that the city will be overrun by the Nazi army in just fourteen hours. Meanwhile, the war is intensifying all around them, and the Nazi soldiers already on patrol are a continual threat.</p>

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    • <p>Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have afternoon tea with a baboon or slide on your tummy with penguins? In this programme, CBeebies presenter Andy Day takes young audiences on an incredible journey into the natural world. Inspired by Andy's encounters at the animal park where he works, Andy uses his tea breaks to 'go on a wild adventure' to discover more about the natural world - travelling from the jungles of Borneo to the Australian outback. Combining stunning footage from the BBC's Natural History Unit with some high tech CGI wizardry, Andy's Wild Adventures sees Andy experience face to face encounters with a whole array of animals in their natural habitats.</p>

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    • <p>When a group of elite online gamers each receive a mysterious invitation to trial a state-of-the-art virtual reality video game, it’s a dream come true and impossible to resist. Arriving at the test site, the group step into hi-tech gear and prepare for a revolutionary, next-level gaming experience that brings modern warfare to life with frightening realism. At first it’s a unique and exhilarating experience. But what starts out like a dream encounter with cutting edge technology quickly takes a turn for the sinister. Once the group are attacked by enemy combatants, they soon realize this is no game after all. Make a mistake here and you pay with your life. Now these masters of the shoot ‘em up will have to fight for survival within a game gone bad, but this time it’s for real.</p>

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    • <p>Lock on to People Just Do Nothing, the hit BAFTA-nominated BBC series from executive producer Ash Atalla (The Office). People Just Do Nothing follows the highs and lows of Kurupt FM, one of West London's most talked-about pirate radio stations (within a 0.2 mile radius of the transmitter). Led by self-proclaimed garage legend MC Grindah and his second in command DJ Beats, this hapless crew of social dropouts share the secrets behind running an illegal business and demonstrate that chasing your dreams is actually a full-time job.</p>

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    • <p>Starring David Suchet and David Capaldi, this powerful three-part BBC adaptation of Joseph Conrad's famous novel tells of an attempt by a triple agent to blow up the Greenwich Observatory in 1894, a time of unrest and anarchist violence throughout Europe. However it is the far-reaching effect this infamous conspiracy has upon the domestic life of the anti-hero, Adolf Verloc, that takes this compelling and complex tale beyond political intrigue to reveal a psychological drama of probing depth and vivid detail, in its incisive portrayal of human frailty. Forced against his will to commit a terrorist outrage, and become a political pawn,Verloc is unable to avoid involving his own wife,Winnie, and her handicapped brother Stevie, in an escalating and desperate struggle for survival in the merciless arena of political blackmail and treachery. The diverse worlds of Victorian London's embassies and fashionable aristocratic society, alongside the squalid criminal back streets of Soho, provide a smouldering background to the dark tragedy that will befall Verloc's family. Faced with an impossible moral dilemma this hapless victim of circumstance sees his life filled with mystery, danger and ultimately death.</p>

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    • <p>Written by and starring the cast of Horrible Histories, Yonderland is a wonderful and weird comedy for adults and kids alike. Yonderland follows 33-year old mum Debbie Maddox (Martha Howe-Douglas) who is bored of being an unappreciated stay-at-home mum. Little does she know this is all about to change when she unexpectedly finds herself on a quest through Yonderland, with only an Elf by her side. This extraordinary world is only accessible via her kitchen cupboard that is inhabited by a collection of eccentric (and usually idiotic) characters, some of whom happen to be puppets. Through Debbie's eyes, we're exported to a strange but spectacular getaway packed full of mayhem, Monty Python-esque silliness and humour that will have mum and dad in stiches too, guaranteeing giggles for the whole family. In Series Two, Debbie, The Chosen One is thrown back into the fantastical world of Yonderland, constantly called upon by the Council of Elders to overcome their latest challenge. But bigger issues are at stake now that Debbie's nemesis Imperatrix has determined to capture her, fulfil the prophecy and destroy Yonderland. Meanwhile Debbie's husband Peter starts to fixate on the strange goings on in the kitchen cupboard as he becomes increasingly suspicious about her absences from home.</p>

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    • <p>Some call him a hero. Some call him a villain. He's 'John Doe: Vigilante' an ordinary man who decides to take the law into his own hands. Frustrated with a failing legal system that continues to allow violent criminals to go free, John Doe begins exacting justice the only way he knows how by killing one criminal at a time. Soon he becomes a media sensation and inspires a group of copycat vigilantes, but who is the real John Doe a pillar of justice or a cold-blooded murderer? You decide. Stand for the Living, Speak for the Dead!</p>

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    • <p>Framed by her lover for corporate fraud, young Macarena Ferreiro finds herself locked up in a high security women's prison surrounded by tough, ruthless criminals. Still in denial, prison proves to be a very rude awakening for Macarena and at the end of her first day, she finds herself struggling to cope. Yolanda, her cell mate, takes Macarena under her wing, but a midnight visit from Zulema, the prison's most dangerous inmate, is about to change Macarena's life forever. In Spanish with English subtitles.</p>

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    • <p>Based on the columns of war correspondent Ernie Pyle, The Story of GI Joe is a gripping World War II drama often considered the single most realistic Hollywood war film of the 1940s. Directed by William Wellman (A Star is Born), GI Joe is based on Ernie Pyle's (Burgess Meredith's) experiences with an Army infantry unit during the invasion of Italy. Pyle befriends several of the soldiers, including commanding officer Bill Walker (Robert Mitchum), family man Sgt. Warnicki (Freddie Steele) and would-be romeo Pvt. Dondaro (Wally Cassell) and reports on the everyday trials and tribulations of the humble foot soldier. Featuring the breakthrough performance from Robert Mitchum, The Story of GI Joe received four Oscar nominations including Best Supporting Actor, Screenplay, Original Song and Music.</p>

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    • <p>Bafta-winning TV adaptation of the classic children's novel by Clive King. Barney (Thomas Sangster) is a shy ten-year-old who's spending the summer holidays with his grandparents. One day, while out walking, he is chased by the village bullies and tumbles down an overgrown quarry. There, on the quarry floor, he encounters an apparently humanoid figure with thick shaggy hair and two bright eyes. This creature turns out to be Stig (Robert Tannion), a caveman who is hundreds of thousands of years old. Gradually he and Barney learn to communicate with other. Together they forage through the rubbish dump at the bottom of the quarry, using the things the villagers throw away to improve Stig's cave. So begins a very special friendship, and a tale which has charmed children and adults alike ever since it was first published in 1963.</p>

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    • <p>Set in Paris in the late 1940's 'Sleeping Car to Trieste' is a tense Cold War thriller brilliantly directed by John Paddy Carstairs. Post war Europe is in turmoil. Agent Zurta (Albert Lieven) and his beautiful accomplice Valya (Jean Kent) steal a diary with vital Cold War secrets from an embassy in Paris. During the theft Zurta murders a servant and to throw the authorities off his trail enlists the help of Karl (Alan Wheatley). But Karl double crosses Zurta and attempts to makes his escape on the Orient Express. As the train pulls out of the Gare de Lyon in Paris there are some very contrasting characters on board. Zurta and Valya are on Karl's trail but he is tucked away in a hidden compartment. As the train hurtles through southern Europe the eclectic bunch of passengers, which includes an adulterous couple and their idiot friend (David Tomlinson), a wealthy autocratic writer (Finley Currie) and a French police inspector, seem determined to foil Zurta in his quest for the diary. As the film reaches its climax will Zurta and Valya recover the diary and make their escape or will they be captured before they reach the Iron Curtain?</p>

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    • <p>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.</p>

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    • <p>Hilarious and hurtful, a confession of the modern woman Starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Olivia Colman and Bill Paterson, Fleabag is a hilarious and poignant window into the mind of a dry-witted, sexual, angry, porn-watching, grief-riddled woman trying to make sense of the world. As she hurls herself headlong at modern living, Fleabag is thrown roughly up against the walls of contemporary London, with all its frenetic energy, late nights and bright lights, in this very modern mix of fatalism and hedonism, sustaining a merry-go-round of broken dreamers. Unfettered and unfiltered, Fleabag tears through the series sleeping with anyone who dares to stand too close, squeezing money from any orifice, rejecting anyone who tries to help her and keeping up the bravado all along. Because that's just the kind of messed-up, normal person she is. By turns hilarious and heart-breaking, this is the thoroughly disarming confessional of a woman so totally detached she's utterly lost, and ultimately wondering what the hell she ought to be doing in life. Much like the rest of us.</p>

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    • <p>FitSteps combines beautiful ballroom dance with luscious latin dance to bring you a full body workout. With 90 minutes of routines choreographed by Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite of Strictly Come Dancing and the FitSteps Team, there is something for everyone to help lose weight, shape and tone.' With easy to follow routines and varied and inspiring music tracks, FitSteps is a fun, energetic way to keep fit, even if you can't dance. It's guaranteed to target those trouble areas like your legs, bums and tums! A typical FitSteps class burns over 750 calories in 45mins so you will get results FAST with FitSteps!</p>

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    • <p>Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have afternoon tea with a baboon or slide on your tummy with penguins? In this programme, CBeebies presenter Andy Day takes young audiences on an incredible journey into the natural world. Inspired by Andy's encounters at the animal park where he works, Andy uses his tea breaks to 'go on a wild adventure' to discover more about the natural world - travelling from the jungles of Borneo to the Australian outback. Combining stunning footage from the BBC's Natural History Unit with some high tech CGI wizardry, Andy's Wild Adventures sees Andy experience face to face encounters with a whole array of animals in their natural habitats.</p>

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    • <p>The Little Ghost lives in the castle and he awakens for precisely one hour after the clock strikes midnight. Despite the warnings of a friend, Mr. Tu-Whit Tu-Whoo, the ghost would like to see the world by daylight once. Meanwhile, Karl, Hannes and Sophie go on a nightly excursion to the castle, where they have their first encounter with the ghost.</p>

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    • <p>Half toff, half pikey, all comic! Ed Byrne is undoubtedly one of the funniest comics working today and his Different Class tour has been his most successful show ever. Lauded by critics and audiences alike, this blistering one man show takes in such diverse topics as WAGs, Goths, the class system and DVD piracy as well as frank and honest tales about Ed s upbringing, his parents and his recent nuptials. Filmed in Glasgow, the city where he started as a stand up 16 years ago, Different Class shows Byrne at the very top of his game and demonstrates why he really is in a class of his own. Extras: Fake Orgasm and In-vision Commentary with Jimmy Carr &amp; Ed Byrne.</p>

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    • <p>Two-part drama following Australian media executive Kerry Packer (Lachy Hulme) as he sets up World Series Cricket. After a dispute with the Australian Cricket Board regarding TV rights, Packer secretly recruits a number of high profile players to participate in a break away competition to be shown on his television network. His fight against the establishment will forever change the nature of the sport.</p>

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    • <p>NEWS PRESENTER: Terry, you’ve been a friend, some would say a confidant of Alexander Armstrong and Ben Miller for a number of years, can you give us an insight into what we can expect from this new DVD box set? TERRY DEVLIN: Oh yes Peter. Well from the very moment you convey this box set from your preferred retailer, be it high street shop, a superstore, a supermarket, or even an online, some might say virtual supplier, to your home – NEWS PRESENTER: (Urging him on) But what of the actual content? The programmes contained on the discs? TERRY DEVLIN: I have been reliably informed, Peter, by the very individuals closest to Ben and Alexander that the box set could conceivably contain three whole series of comedy. NEWS PRESENTER: Comedy? TERRY DEVLIN: Oh yes Peter. BAFTA award-winning comedy. Or action, adventure, romance, science fiction, melodrama, perhaps even a murder mystery or one of the many, many branches of entertainment that are featured on a DVD release such as this. NEWS PRESENTER: Right. Well, more on the precise nature of this DVD box set later. But first a look at the extras…</p>

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    • <p>In Rick's latest TV adventures he takes us to some of his favourite destinations for a long weekend including Bordeaux, Berlin, Reykjavik, Bologna and Vienna.</p>

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    • <p>A two disc special exclusive celebration of a fantastic season in which Wales won a third grand slam in eight years to match the achievement of the great sides of the 70s. Over more than three hours this official product will include extensive highlights action from all five games including most of the pulsating decider against France at the Millennium Stadium.. After their World Cup heroics in New Zealand, could Wales build on those impressive foundations by winning a Grand Slam? The answer. An emphatic yes! Under the inspired leadership of coach Warren Gatland and captain Sam Warburton, Wales swept all before them for the third time in eight years to secure the blue riband of northern hemisphere rugby. It was a memorable, remarkable achievement which ranked with those of the famous teams of the 1970s and took the game to new heights in terms of power, poise and performance. This exclusive two disc official programme celebrates a fantastic season. With cameras from inside the camp, this DVD charts the entire campaign providing an incredible insight into the unfolding drama both on and off the pitch. Featuring extensive highlights from all five matches, following the astonishing victory over Ireland, Wales brushed past Italy and Scotland. Next stop the glorious and nail-biting win over England at Twickenham which set up the grand finale against the French at the Millennium Stadium. The exclusive behind the scenes footage includes the brutal ice chamber training camps in Poland before the tournament and access all areas throughout their campaign. There are contributions and interviews from Warren Gatland, Sam Warburton, George North, Leigh Halfpenny, Adam Jones, one of only six players to win three slams, Alex Cuthbert and Rhys Priestland. JPR Williams completes the set with a moving tribute to his great friend and Wales Legend Mervyn Davies. What a year, What a season, What a country!</p>

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    • <p>Four 21st century bakers bake their way through the era that gave us modern baking as we know it - the reign of Queen Victoria. Experts Alex Langlands and Annie Gray join them to tell the incredible story of our daily bread. Four professional bakers leave their modern businesses behind to bake their way through the Victorian era. They set up shop in 1837, when their trade is vital to the survival of the nation. Bread is the mainstay of most people's diets and bakers are at the heart of every community. A rural bake house has been kitted out exactly as it would have been in the 1830s. The bakers must get to grips with centuries-old methods of bread making - and that means doing absolutely everything by hand. The first loaves are made with heritage wheat flour and brewers yeast in a tiny wood-fired oven. It's bog-standard bread for Victorian rural workers, but to modern palettes it's an absolute revelation. Fifth-generation baker John Swift gets a taste of the bread his ancestors once made, and artisan baker Duncan is in his element in this unhurried, organic world. There are no shops, so the bakers deliver door-to-door. For industrial baker John Foster who deals with customers as far afield as China, the fixed demand and lack of competition enjoyed by Victorian bakers is an utter joy. But does the idyll last? As the bakers move into the 1840s poor harvests and an economic downturn see the price of wheat rocket, which means barley bread must be made for the poor. It's an irony not lost on the bakers that this bread would only sell in the poshest artisan bakeries today. But it's when they have to turn their hand to making crammings - Victorian chicken feed - that their forebears role in feeding a starving nation really hits home.</p>

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    • <p>37 Days37 Days: The Countdown to World War 1 is a masterful tense and gripping three 'part political thriller, set within the corridors of power in Whitehall and Berlin tracks the unfolding crisis through the eyes of leading politicians and civil servants struggling to prevent the world's first global war. A stellar cast, led by Ian McDiarmid and Tim Piggott-Smith, reveal the complex behind-closed-doors story of the countdown to World War One in this political thriller following the catastrophic chain of events that led from the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand on 28th June 1914, to the declaration of war between Britain and Germany on 4th August. One Month In SummerThe British Foreign Office, led by foreign secretary Sir Edward Grey, receives news of an assassination in the Balkans. In Berlin, the Kaiser thinks he can exploit it for his own advantage. One Week In JulyWar in Europe is becoming a real possibility. Under pressure from the cabinet, the British foreign secretary unravels a tangled web of intrigue between Austria, Germany, Russia and France, while the German military command conspires to force the Kaiser's hand. Who will gain the upper hand? One Long WeekendThe last hours of peace. With the continental powers pushed to the brink, Sir Edward Grey seems unsure of whether to keep Britain out of the conflict. Desperate negotiations, resignations and a battle of wills in the Cabinet reach a crescendo with Germany's ultimatum to Belgium. Which way will Britain go?</p>

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    • <p>Motorcycle enthusiast and engineer Guy Martin is going on a brand new adventure in this intrepid travelogue series that sees him experience India from his trusty motorbike. Starting in the capital Delhi, Guy's plan is to head north - crossing the highest road in the Himalayas, the Khardung La Pass, and finishing in the remote village of Turtuk - following two aspects of life that he is genuinely interested in... tea and motorbikes. On the way, Guy will be making a few pit stops - including the luxurious family home of one of India s oldest tea plantations and the garage of one of India's female truck mechanics - plus of course, there will be a few spontaneous diversions that naturally crop up as his journey unfolds! Armed with his motorbike and the open road - Guy is ready to take India by storm in this charismatic series.</p>

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    • <p>For the first time ever, Paddy McGuinness, star of Max And Paddy and Phoenix Nights, brings his unique brand of stand up comedy to DVD.Filmed in front of an audience of 3,500 at the legendary Blackpool Opera House, during his massive sell out Dark Side Tour, this is the UK's brightest new comedy star at his best.Special Features:Life on the Dark Side: Documentary revealing what went on behind the scenes withPaddy vs Soccer AM sketch.Photo Gallery.</p>

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    • <p>Katie Holmes stars as a vigilante school teacher in this drama written and directed by Karen Leigh Hopkins. Beneath her do-gooder, old-fashioned exterior, newly-arrived substitute primary teacher Miss Meadows (Holmes) moonlights as a violent vigilante who murders local criminals. Although the kids warm to her teaching methods, the local police are in hot pursuit of the suburban vigilante. While Miss Meadows begins a risky relationship with the local sheriff (James Badge Dale) trying to catch her, she is stalked by an ex-convict named Skylar (Callan Mulvey) whom she suspects may put her students in danger.</p>

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    • <p>Joanna Scanlan (The Thick of It, Getting On), Elaine Cassidy (The Paradise, Harper’s Island) and Alexandra Roach (The Iron Lady, Utopia) lead the unorthodox crack team of cops at the heart of Paul Abbott’s No Offence – an outrageous new police procedural series from the writer of Shameless and State of Play. Will Mellor (Dates, Broadchurch), Paul Ritter (Friday Night Dinner, Vera) and Colin Salmon (Arrow, 24: Live Another Day), join them in the mix of tough but big-hearted bobbies who go above and beyond to bring down the criminal rabble in a crumbling cop-shop. Keeping these streets clean is a Herculean task, enough to demoralize even the keenest rookie – but there’s a reason why this hotchpotch of committed cops are on this force, on this side of town. Drug labs, arsonists, neo-Nazis and notorious murderers are all in a day’s work for this close-knit team, led by the dizzyingly capable but unquestionably unhinged DI Vivienne Deering (Scanlan). But when a particularly twisted serial killer emerges it leaves even the most hardened of these seasoned coppers reeling. Flanked by her right-hand women – the compassionate but impulsive DC Dinah Kowalska (Cassidy) and the recently (surprisingly) promoted DS Joy Freers (Roach) – Deering and her team must crack this case by whatever unconventional means possible. Because amidst all the assorted low life; the pimps, the petty thieves, and downright nasty bastards they’ve dealt with, this is their most disturbing case yet, one that will touch their lives in ways they could never expect. The cast includes: Ste Johnston, Tom Varey (The Village), Neet Mohan (Fresh Meat), Saira Choudhry (Hollyoaks), Hannah Walters (This Is England), Charlie May-Clark (South Riding) and Kate O’Flynn (Mr.Turner).</p>

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    • <p>Picture this: a full-grown moose comes crashing through the roof of your garage! And not only does it fly - if a bit carelessly - it talks! It seems that Mr Moose was on a test drive with Santa Claus when he lost control of his sleigh. Max appreciates the uninvited visit, even if he stopped believing in Santa ages ago. With his parents recently separated, a new friend is always welcome. In Mr Moose he finds a partner with whom to watch movies, an unusual ally against bullies and, most important of all, someone who understands how much he misses his father. But Max soon finds out that being friends with a moose isn't all that simple. Especially since the grumpy neighbour Mr Panneman is keen on adding moose antlers to his hunting trophies.</p>

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    • <p>Dark secrets are revealed and sinister alliances uncovered in acclaimed director Ken Loach’s complex tale of betrayal and life on either side of the Berlin Wall. East Berlin-based protest singer Klaus Ditteman is forced to abandon his wife and child and relocate to West Berlin where representatives from an American record label approach him to try to exploit his music for financial and political gain. Never one to comply with authority, Klaus leaves the contract unsigned and with the help of Emma, a French journalist, he leaves for England to search for his father. Featuring an original soundtrack and the only screen appearance by highly influential German singer-songwriter and lyricist, Gerulf Pannach, Fatherland is an accomplished depiction of 80s Berlin that lives up to Loach’s reputation as a master of social politics.</p>

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    • <p>Roger Corman directs this gangster thriller, using docu-drama styles to depict the notorious gangland killings in 1929. Al Capone (Jason Robards) is consolidating his grip on Chicago's underworld, with only the Moran gang standing in his way. After Capone wipes them out in the St Valentine's Day shootings, the film goes on to explore how the murders affected the lives of those involved.</p>

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    • <p>A BBC production for children's television and a sequel to 'Five Children and It' in which four more children discover the Psammead (voiced by Francis Wright), a sand fairy that can make wishes come true. George (Toby Ufindell-Phillips), Ellie (Laura Clarke), Pip (Leonard Kirby) and Lucy (Vicci Avery) join the Psammead on a series of intriguing adventures filled with a special brand of magic.</p>

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    • <p>In the Victorian era, tourists flocked to Scotland to explore its unique blend of stunning scenery, romantic ruins, myths and legends. Paul Murton returns with a second series of Grand Tours of Scotland to visit the most fascinating parts of the country that have charmed travellers for more than 200 years. Crossing the Border Paul Murton travels through the borders and up to Glasgow. Elemental Beauty Paul travels from Loch Maree through to the northernmost part of mainland Scotland. Islands of the Clyde Paul enjoys the delights of a favourite Scots holiday destination - the Firth of Clyde. The Charms of Nature Paul travels through the central Highlands from Glen Lyon to the Cairngorms National Park. The True Spirit of Scotland Paul travels out to Islay in a canoe that is a replica of an original from the 1890s. In Search of Sunshine Paul charts a route up the east coast from Carnoustie to Aberdeen.</p>

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    • <p>All episodes from the 19th series of the Channel Four archaeology programme presented by Tony Robinson, exploring the history of Britain through digs and the artefacts uncovered. The episodes are: 'Gateholm Island, Pembrokeshire', 'Bitterley, Shropshire', 'Dunwich, Suffolk', 'Newmarket, Suffolk', 'Beadnell, Northumberland', 'Swansea, West Glamorgan', 'Earls Colne, Essex', 'Kenfig, South Wales', 'Caerleon, South Wales', 'Castle Hill, Crewkerne, Somerset', 'Clipstone, Nottinghamshire', 'Burials Compilation' and 'Greatest Discoveries Compilation'.</p>

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    • <p>Andy is back for a brand new DVD of fun-filled, jaw-dropping and eye-popping adventures as he goes back in time to search for the dinosaurs that once roamed our planet. Each adventure begins with Andy at work in a local museum with his new sidekick dinosaur expert Hatty. Together, they bring the museum to life with their comedy antics and with Andy s time-travelling clock he finds any excuse to go on a pre-historic adventure with dinosaurs, returning with whatever s needed for his day job just in time! Combining stunning footage from the BBC s Walking With Dinosaurs with some high tech CGI wizardry, Andy meets baby diplodocus, takes to the skies on the back of a pterosaur and comes jaw-to-jaw with a T-Rex!</p>

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    • <p>A child stumbles across an edgy man in an abandoned warehouse Fearing that the boy has witnessed the murder he has just committed, he grabs him and they go on the run. From this taut beginning, the film develops into a study of the pair on the run and of the demons that pursue them. Bogarde in one of his earlier starring roles, bristles with abrupt violence and fiery magnetism as the everyday man who has stepped outside the law, and his gradual redemption and growing fondness for young Robbie (played by Jon Whitely) is believable and touching. Directed by Charles Crichton, the film produces a tense, forbidding atmosphere with imagery and occasionally echoing that of Charles Laughton’s The Night of the Hunter.</p>

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    • <p>A tough American detective is sent to the Swiss Alps to bring back the girlfriend of a powerful gangster so that she can testify against him. The crooks will do anything they can to stop her - permanently.</p>

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    • <p>John Mills stars as a Colonel in this semi-comic story of romance and ambition. Set on the island paradise of Tahiti, just after the end of World War II.</p>

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    • <p>A 19th Century bodice-ripper in which a virginal maid is left pregnant and alone by a dastardly footman. He reappears years later as a well-heeled bookie and wants to marry her - but he still has a roving eye...</p>

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    • <p>The farmyard bunch return for more fun adventures on the Big Barn Farm. Petal decides to go on an adventure without the other animals, but when the gang realise she's missing they organise a search to find her. In other episodes Gobo and Petal compete to see who's bravest, a very posh visitor comes to the farm, the animals have fun babysitting chicks and Petal tries to prove Pig's can fly! Featuring real working animals on a real working farm, Big Barn Farm follows the day-to-day adventures of all the farmyard animals, with children seeing this magical world entirely from the animal perspective!</p>

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    • <p>Adapted from Tennessee Williams' play 'Orpheus Descending', this US drama stars Marlon Brando as drifter Val Xavier. Arriving in a small town Val gets a job working for miserable shopkeeper Lady Torrance (Anna Magnani) and later begins an affair with her while her cruel husband Jabe (Victor Jory) is dying of cancer. Discovering that Lady is pregnant, Val decides to stay in town even when he is threatened by Jabe's friend, Sheriff Talbott (R.G. Armstrong), but this only angers Jabe and results in tragedy.</p>

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    • <p>Martin Clunes stars in a TV adaptation of the classic story about a shy and dedicated teacher, Charles Edward Chipping, who finds love while walking in the alps. The unconvential Katherine Bridges (Victoria Hamilton) shakes up Chipping's mundane life and brings him great happiness; but due to an unforseen tragedy, the couple's life together is to be short lived. James Hilton's novel was previously adapted as an Oscar-winning classic starring Robert Donat and Greer Garson in 1939, and as a 1969 musical starring Peter O'Toole and Petula Clarke.</p>

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