This special collection features the four highest rating investigations from the hugely popular detective series, The Killings at Badger's Drift, Written in Blood, Strangler's Wood and Dead Man's Eleven. Starring John Nettles as Inspector Barnaby and Daniel Casey as Sergeant Troy, these investigations all achieved audiences in excess of ten and a half million viewers when they were first broadcast. Special Features: Midsomer Map Production Notes Cast Filmographies Caroline Graham Biography
The Albertina is a multidisciplinary museum. In its historical rooms you'll find graphic masterpieces by Dürer and Rubens. There is an exhibition of Impressionists and Avant-garde art from the Butliner collection, as well as contemporary art halls and photography.In this art tour, we will visit each of the rooms to discover the must-see objects from the permanent exhibition and the masterpieces of the temporary exhibitions. We will try to find the answer to the question of how important it is for us - the viewers - to be aware of the artist's personality and whether that helps us to understand works of art, or whether it rather distorts our perception of art. We will look at the specifics of the style of the different artists and try to understand how attitudes towards creative freedom and the concept of inspiration have changed through the different centuries.Excursion route • Historic rooms (graphics by Dürer, Rubens, Schiele and Klimt). • The exhibition "From Monet to Picasso" from the Butliners' collection: the triumph of geniuses and the death of the artist. • Contemporary Art Halls: Hermann Nietzsche: the boundaries of the canvas. (until 11 August 2019)or • Albrecht Dürer and the Birth of Art for everybody from 21 September 2019 until 6 January 2020.
Little House on the Prairie , one of television's top family dramas of all time, is finally available in a complete 54-disc DVD collection! In September of 1974, Little House on the Prairie made its TV debut, and it has remained an all-time American family classic ever since. The show was a top-rated series throughout its nine seasons on air and has continued to be an on air staple ever since on cable and in syndication. Based on the best-selling books by Laura Ingalls Wilder, this series was nominated for 17 Emmy Awards and 3 Golden Globes and has captured the hearts of viewers around the world. While this is the dramatic, gripping story of a young pioneer family's struggle to build a new life for themselves on the American frontier of the 1870s, the show's timeless themes of love, strong morals, and rich family values still resonate and inspire us today. Loyal fans will relive these exciting adventures, and new viewers will discover the Ingalls' unconquerable courage as they strive to build a better way of life.
This collection features every surviving colour episode of one of the longest running police series on British television – and one of the best-loved. Aired between 1955 and 1976, Dixon of Dock Green starred the popular Jack Warner in the role of Sergeant George Dixon, in a series that set the tone for television police drama and paved the way for all that would follow. Filmed on set and on location around the fast-disappearing dockland community of London’s East End, the character of Dixon, with his friendly and informal ‘Evening all’, offered viewers the kind of policeman you’d be tempted to welcome into your home for a cup of tea – even if you’d just robbed a bank. Featuring episodes filmed between 1973 and 1976, this collection includes the final series, the 22nd, in its entirety, and also features a wide range of specially filmed cast and crew interviews, along with a tribute to the series’ star, Jack Warner. In a modern world of CSI, DNA, and CCTV, much has changed and much remains the same in these still-gripping and utterly compelling episodes of Dixon of Dock Green.
Every week viewers of BBC One's Countryfile get to share the highs and lows of the farming calendar with Cotswold farmer, Adam Henson. In this Countryfile special Matt Baker and Julia Bradbury meet up with Adam to take a look back at the year and catch up with life on the farm. The DVD includes 15 minutes of bonus footage. Adam has added another rare breed to his collection, hardy White-Faced Dartmoor sheep. Along with Adam's other rare breed and commercial sheep they've had a bumper time lambing this Spring, so Matt's hard at work in the sheering shed. Julia helps Adam get his cattle out to pasture, after one of the harshest winters in thirty years. But it isn't only the weather Adam's had to worry about. Last year his cattle tested positive for bovine tuberculosis which left him facing some difficult decisions.
The year was 1977 and kung-fu fighting was still blasting out of discotheques, the spectre of Bruce Lee continued to haunt Hong Kong cinema and a young Jackie Chan was fast on his way to superstardom. TO KILL WITH INTRIGUE is undoubtedly one of the martial arts legend's finest moments - with confident direction from the legendary Lo Wei, who had given Bruce Lee his break with THE BIG BOSS in 1971! Shot in South Korea, when the country was still a curious entity to the West and under tyrannical one-party rule, TO KILL WITH INTRIGUE highlights a fast-paced tale of doomed romance and revenge that gives Chan's token stunts and chopsocky mayhem plenty of space to showcase themselves! Finally available to UK viewers, in a new 4k scan, one of Chan's most underrated motion pictures is ready to fight its way into your collection of 88 Asia gems! Extras: Interivew with Rick Baker
Written and directed by Academy Award winning director Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Jackie Brown, Reservoir Dogs), Django Unchained stars Oscar winner Jamie Foxx (Ray) as Django, a freed slave who gathers help from German bounty hunter Dr. King Schultz (Christoph Waltz - Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner) whilst on a mission to save his wife from a ruthless Mississippi plantation keeper (Leonardo DiCaprio). With Dr. King Schultz on a mission himself to track down the murderous Brittle brothers, he and Django must now team together and assist each other using vital bounty hunting skills to achieve their objectives. Also starring Kerry Washington and Samuel L. Jackson, Django Unchained is a bold, bloody and gripping story of the difficult times endured in the South at the time of the Civil War. With a touch of light comedy along the way, it once again displays Tarantino's ability to astound viewers. - T.P Special Features: Remembering J. Michael Riva: The Production Design of Django Unchained 20 Years in the Making: The Tarantino XX Blu-ray Collection Django Unchained Soundtrack Promo Reimagining the Spaghetti Western: The Horses and Stunts of Django Unchained The Costume Design of Sharen Davis
50 years on from its first transmission, the BBC’s Play for Today anthology series remains one of British television’s most influential and celebrated achievements. Between 1970 and 1984, plays which combined some of the era’s finest writing, acting and directing talents were broadcast direct to living rooms, regularly challenging viewers and pushing the boundaries of TV drama. Featuring plays by the likes of Ingmar Bergman, Julia Jones and Colin Welland and featuring a roster of eminent British actors, Play for Today: Volume One brings together seven iconic dramas on Blu‐ray for the very first time, in a collection that exemplifies the breadth and brilliance of this groundbreaking series. The set includes five plays which have been restored from the original negatives held in the BBC archive. The Plays: The Lie (Written by Ingmar Bergman | Dir. Alan Bridges, 1970) Shakespeare or Bust (Written by Peter Terson | Dir. Brian Parker, 1973) Back of Beyond (Written by Julia Jones | Dir. Desmond Davis, 1974) Passage to England (Written by Leon Griffiths | Dir. John Mackenzie, 1975) Our Flesh and Blood (Written by Mike Stott | Dir. Pedr James, 1977) A Photograph (Written by John Bowen | Dir. John Glenister, 1977) Your Man from Six Counties (Written by Colin Welland | Dir. Barry Davis, 1976)
Described as 'one of the funniest and most entertaining shows on television', this boxset brings together every series to date of the much loved stories of Doc Martin. Starting with the arrival of Doctor Martin Ellingham, a respected surgeon from London, in the small fishing village of Portwenn in Cornwall, this fish out of water soon discovers that small village life can present some very big problems. Get on the wrong side of your receptionist and the world can turn against you. Let that same world know your greatest weakness, and it'll soon be used by those who love you and those who feel less inclined. None of these life lessons are easily learned by a man who is best known for his brusque bedside manner and his absolute lack of interpersonal skills. Portwenn itself is brought to life by its rich array of characters including the formidable Sally Tishell who runs the local chemist, Bert Large and his son Al, local policemen Mark Mylow and Joe Penhale, Doc Martin's aunt Dr Ruth Ellingham and, of course, the primary school teacher who fell for the man they thought had no heart, but she found it, Louisa Glasson who would become Louisa Ellingham. Doc Martin has been bringing a certain kind of joy to viewers around the world since 2004 and this collection of the complete Series One to Nine captures the very essence of why this is 'A tragedy stuck inside a comedy as so many fine British comedies have been at heart' - The Observer