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  1. The Complete Harry Worth Collection (4 DVD Set)

    The Complete Harry Worth Collection (4 DVD Set)

    From £16.95

    The Complete Harry Worth Collection brings you over eleven hours of comedy gold from the master of confusion.

    Available for the very first time on DVD, this fantastic set includes My Name Is Harry Worth, plus three hilarious series of Thirty Minutes Worth. Join one of the most popular comedians of his time as he reduces everyone he comes into contact with to a state of bewilderment and frustration with his well-meaning, bumbling incompetence. Includes a never-before-heard 1987 audio interview with Harry Worth.

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  2. The Railways Restored - North Yorkshire

    The Railways Restored - North Yorkshire

    From £10.50

    To travel on the Noth Yorkshire Moors Railway, through the very heart of the National Park, is one of Britians finest Railway experiences, along a line which for more than 150 years has stood tribute to the engineering skills of George Stephenson. War department tender locomotive `Dame Vera Lynn` and No. 80135 are captured in action before joining the Lamborn Tank No. 5 as she travels the steep climb to Goathland. Historic trains, delightful villages and stations, and stunning scenery all combine to make the North Yorkshire Moors Railway an unforgettable experience.

    Region code 0, all regions.

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  3. Winston Churchill — A Giant in the Century DVD

    Winston Churchill — A Giant in the Century DVD

    From £10.00

    Sir Winston Churchill bestrode the 20th century. He held many political and cabinet positions including Home Secretary from 1910 and then Chancellor of the Exchequer and Secretary of State for War. However, it was on 10th May 1940 when Churchill became Prime Minister and took control of Britain’s war effort that he finally sealed his place in history. This fascinating film using rare footage and recordings from the archives has been fully digitally remastered and colourised using the latest techniques available and shows Churchill’s life for the first time in full colour. Widely regarded as the greatest leader of the 20th century who was also a soldier, an artist, an historian and the only British Prime Minister to have won the Nobel Prize for Literature, he is consistently ranked as one of the most influential people in British history.

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  4. Wonderful England - Natural Wonders DVD

    Wonderful England - Natural Wonders DVD

    From £14.99

    We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new series of DVDs celebrating England and the English and revelling in everything that is wonderful about our country, which is why we’ve called it ‘Wonderful England’. 


    The first film in the series is ‘Natural Wonders’, which takes us on a journey through the English landscape exploring its most amazing natural features, delving into their secrets and discovering the marvels of their creation. From the iconic White Cliffs of Dover to the dramatic Hardraw Force waterfall in the Yorkshire Dales; from the mysterious Devil’s Dyke in Sussex (pictured) to the

    formidable Malvern Hills in Worcestershire; and from the haunting Valley of Rocks in Devon to the remarkable Bowder Stone in the traditional county of Cumberland, all are wonderful in their own fantastic way. Some are simply awe-inspiring, some are mysterious, others are downright weird, and they all have fascinating tales to reveal.

    The other incredible natural wonders featured in the DVD are Malham Cove, Cotswold Edge, Brimham Rocks, Cheddar Gorge, Stock Ghyll Force, Lake Windermere, Durdle Door and Kynance Cove. The combination of stunning landscapes and intriguing stories is irresistible.

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  5. Masters Of British Comedy Vol 1 (3-DVD set)

    Masters Of British Comedy Vol 1 (3-DVD set)

    From £14.95

    For years they made the nation laugh, and, whatever your sense of humour, they are still amongst the funniest men ever!

    This unique DVD set provides an unrivalled insight into the wonderful performances given by three of the greatest British comedians. With a huge array of clips and rare interviews these films give a delightful overview of the careers that have brought laughter to homes across the country for the last 50 years.

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  6. Dixon of Dock Green: series 1-3 (6-DVD Set)

    Dixon of Dock Green: series 1-3 (6-DVD Set)

    From £34.99

    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!

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  7. The Complete Doctor Collection (7-DVD Set)

    The Complete Doctor Collection (7-DVD Set)

    From £22.99

    A box set of all seven of the ‘Doctor’ films.

    Doctor in the House stars Dirk Bogarde as junior doctor Simon Sparrow and James Robertson-Justice as the terrifying Sir Lancelot Spratt, chief surgeon at St. Swithin’s. 

    In Doctor at Sea Bogarde becomes a ship’s doctor. In Doctor at Large Bogarde is a qualified doctor and working in Casualty.

    Doctor in Love sees Michael Craig starring.

    Doctor in Distress sees Bogarde trying to manage Sir Lancelot Spratt’s love life.

    Doctor in Clover stars Leslie Phillips as a young doctor and in Doctor in Trouble, Leslie Phillips stows away on an ocean liner.

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  8. The Stewart Granger Collection (12-DVD Set)

    The Stewart Granger Collection (12-DVD Set)

    From £22.99

    With his dashing good looks and confident acting style, London born Jimmy Stewart changed his name to Stewart Granger to avoid confusion with the American film star and became Britain’s most popular matinee idol and an international star.

    This 12-film collection contains all the box office hits that boosted morale during the war and made the austerity of the immediate post-war years a little more bearable.

    Films included are: The Lamp Still Burns, Love Story, Fanny By Gaslight, Madonna of the Seven Moons, Waterloo Road, Caesar and Cleopatra, Caravan, The Magic Bow, Captain Boycott, Blanche Fury, Woman Hater, Adam and Evelyne.

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  9. Magic of Maastricht 30 Years of the Johann Strauss Orchestra DVD

    Magic of Maastricht 30 Years of the Johann Strauss Orchestra DVD

    £17.00

    NEW FOR 2017!

    Released to celebrate 30 years of the Johann Strauss Orchestra this brand new 30-track DVD is full of some of the most famous music in the world. Andre Rieu, the world’s greatest classical musician once again leads the Johann Strauss Orchestra with The Magic of Maastricht, including “Seventy Six Trombones”, “Think Of Me”, “The Beautiful Blue Danube”, “Tutti Frutti”, “Love Me Tender” and many more.

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  10. Andre Rieu - Amore CD & DVD set

    Andre Rieu - Amore CD & DVD set

    £16.00


    NEW FOR 2017!

    “Amore” is the latest CD from the King of the Waltz and features interpretations of uplifting, healing, feel-good evergreens of music – crafted, arranged and performed like only André and his special orchestra know how. “Amore” contains 18 tracks including “What A Wonderful World, “The Last Rose”, “Speak To Me Of Love”, “Highland Cathedral” and “The Impossible Dream”.

    Includes a 30 track bonus ‘Live In Sydney’ DVD with tracks including Gold & Silver, Ode To Joy, Memory and Waltzing Mathilda.

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  11. The Powell & Pressburger Collection

    The Powell & Pressburger Collection

    From £34.99

    The magnificent British film-making partnership of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger often known as The Archers (name of their production company) made a series of influential films in the 1940s and 1950s.

    The box set contains eleven of the best loved British films:

    The Red Shoes
    A Matter of Life and Death
    Black Narcissus
    I Know Where I’m Going
    Ill Meet My Moonlight
    The Life and Death of Colonel Blimp
    The Battle of River Plate
    A Canterbury Tale
    49th Parallel
    They’re a weird Mob
    Tales of Hoffmann.

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  12. Glory of Steam 10-DVD Set & FREE CD

    Glory of Steam 10-DVD Set & FREE CD

    From £29.99

    Relive the incredible sights and sounds of pure steam across England, Scotland and Wales in this superb 10-disc collection.

    The extraordinary footage celebrates the famous lines, the great locomotives and the rich heritage of several regions of Great Britain.

    Preserved locomotives recreate the glory days, recalling the diversity of stock, might and majesty of steam and vital role the railways played in the story Britain.

    The collection includes:

    •EAST ANGLIA LINES

    •GWR LINES

    •LMS LINES

    •LNER LINES

    • THE NORTH & EAST MIDLANDS LINES

    •THE SETTLE & CARLISLE LINE

    • THE SOUTH & WEST MIDLANDS LINES

    •THE SOUTH EAST

    •THE SOUTHERN LINES

    •WEST COUNTRY LINE

    Special offer: FREE 'The Old Lady Drives to Dolgoch' CD

    Listen to the incredible story of the Talyllyn Railway, rescued from near extinction to become the oldest surviving operation of its type in the world. You will hear from volunteers and staff of the Talyllyn Railway Company but it is the wonderful sounds of the locomotives in steam which makes these recordings so important. Close your eyes and be transported back to the age of steam!

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  13. The Way We Were DVD Collection

    The Way We Were DVD Collection

    From £35.00

    Watch the World Transform With Our Nostalgic DVD Collection!

    The Way We Were At Work DVD

    A fascinating look back at different aspects of working lives in times gone by. See harvest time in Essex in the 1930s, women at work in WW2, the job of a British Bobby in the 1940s, life on a working narrow boat in the 1950s, a day in the life of a Staffordshire miner, behind the scenes at Covent Garden Market in the 1960s and the role of a Yeoman Warder at the Tower of London in the 1960s.

    The Way We Were At War DVD

    Archive film and newsreels present a unique insight into life in Britain during the Second World War. The topics covered include the evacuation of children; the steps we took to protect ourselves; food rationing; training of the Home Guard; a day at school in wartime; and the VE Day celebrations with some extremely rare colour film of a street party.

    The Way We Were At the Seaside DVD

    A nostalgic look back at the good old British seaside holiday, from the early 20th century, when bathing machines were still required to preserve modesty, to the carefree, bucket and spade, Punch and Judy, donkey-ride days of the 1950s.

    SPECIAL OFFER: Buy all three and save £8.35!

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  14. Monty Don: The Secret History of the British Garden (2-DVD Set)

    Monty Don: The Secret History of the British Garden (2-DVD Set)

    From £20.99

    From Royal palaces of the 17th century, to wistful cottages of the 20th, many of the world’s most famous, influential and important gardens were created in the UK.

    World-famous gardener and horticultural expert Monty Don explores the stories behind four of the country’s most important gardens to unearth plans, diaries, letters and paintings with the aim of unpacking their fascinating secrets, and revealing how our most treasured outside spaces have evolved over the past 400 years.

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  15. Wainwright Walks Series 1 DVD

    Wainwright Walks Series 1 DVD

    From £10.99

    We accompany Julia on four of Wainwright’s 214 illustrated walks, as she climbs to the top of the legendary fell-walker’s final resting place, Haystacks; shimmies along Sharp Edge to reach the summit of Blencathra; absorbs the rugged beauty of Castle Crag; and takes on Wainwright’s ultimate challenge, the tallest mountain in England, Scafell Pike.

    Also featured is the compelling documentary Wainwright, The Man Who Loved the Lakes which interviews those who knew the legendary guide writer.

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  16. Red Arrows Rolling in the Sky DVD

    Red Arrows DVD Set

    From £25.00

    Red Arrows Rolling in the Sky
    The Red Arrows are an internationally recognised symbol of the excellence and expertise of the Royal Air Force. The members of this exclusive team are ambassadors for the RAF and the United Kingdom, bringing thrills and excitement to more than 4,000 displays in more than 50 countries during the more than four decade history of the Red Arrows.


    Rolling in the Sky - The Red Arrows, never previously available on DVD, was the first official film of this exceptional aerobatic display team. Made during 1990, it provides a unique visual record of what it is like to experience a Red Arrows display from outside and, notably, inside the cockpit.
    Every twist, turn and loop of the highly acclaimed 1990 display sequence is featured in fabulous footage shot in the clear blue skies over Cyprus, where the team perfected their awesome skills during the spring.


    This is a perfect record of every magnificent manoeuvre, with on-board cameras capturing the view of the highly trained pilots as they undertake the tightest of formations - including truly breathtaking footage of a head-on ‘crossover’, where the closing speed of the aircraft reaches more than 750mph!
    Your guide is Squadron Leader Andy Stewart, the then Red Arrows team manager providing detailed and fascinating commentary throughout.
    This is the Red Arrows at their absolute, classic best.

    Red Arrows Experience
    Join the world's No. 1 aerobatic display team both on the ground and in the air for a year of thrilling action. This is the ever first DVD to be made under official licence from the Red Arrows and tells the story of how 'perfection in the air' is achieved. See the 'Reds' in both work and play as they constantly hone their display techniques at the home base RAF Scampton, and in the clear blue skies above Cyprus. Enjoy the excellent footage from high quality video cameras inside the cockpits, on the fuselage and - for the first time - from the wing tips!

    Buy both DVDs and save over £8!

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  17. Wainwright Walks Series 2 DVD

    Wainwright Walks Series 2 DVD

    From £10.99

    We follow Julia on six of Wainwright’s walks as she tackles Helvellyn via Striding Edge, one of the Lake’s most famous challenges; ascends the “perfect family” fell Catbells; and succeeds in conquering Wainwright’s “best ridge mile” and two peaks in one day, Crinkle Crags and Bowfell.

    She also surmounts the true summit of Helm Crag; learns of the sadness of Mardale while climbing High Street encountering its many twists and turns; and experiences the drama of what Wainwright called the most handsome crag in Lakeland, Pillar.

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  18.  Red Arrows Experience DVD

    Red Arrows Experience DVD

    From £15.00

    Join the world's No. 1 aerobatic display team both on the ground and in the air for a year of thrilling action.

    This is the ever first DVD to be made under official licence from the Red Arrows and tells the story of how 'perfection in the air' is achieved. See the 'Reds' in both work and play as they constantly hone their display techniques at the home base RAF Scampton, and in the clear blue skies above Cyprus.

    Enjoy the excellent footage from high quality video cameras inside the cockpits, on the fuselage and - for the first time - from the wing tips!

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  19. Red Arrows Rolling in the Sky DVD

    Red Arrows Rolling in the Sky DVD

    From £15.00

    The Red Arrows are an internationally recognised symbol of the excellence and expertise of the Royal Air Force. The members of this exclusive team are ambassadors for the RAF and the United Kingdom, bringing thrills and excitement to more than 4,000 displays in more than 50 countries during the more than four decade history of the Red Arrows.

    Rolling in the Sky - The Red Arrows, never previously available on DVD, was the first official film of this exceptional aerobatic display team. Made during 1990, it provides a unique visual record of what it is like to experience a Red Arrows display from outside and, notably, inside the cockpit.
    Every twist, turn and loop of the highly acclaimed 1990 display sequence is featured in fabulous footage shot in the clear blue skies over Cyprus, where the team perfected their awesome skills during the spring.

    This is a perfect record of every magnificent manoeuvre, with on-board cameras capturing the view of the highly trained pilots as they undertake the tightest of formations - including truly breathtaking footage of a head-on ‘crossover’, where the closing speed of the aircraft reaches more than 750mph!

    Your guide is Squadron Leader Andy Stewart, the then Red Arrows team manager providing detailed and fascinating commentary throughout.

    This is the Red Arrows at their absolute, classic best.

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  20. Canal Walks DVD

    Canal Walks DVD

    From £10.99

    This time Julia Bradbury explores the canals of Britain and their towpath trails.

    These four walks: the Llangollen Canal, Caledonian Canal, Worcester and Birmingham Canal and the Kennet and Avon Canal, follow a hidden network of locks, bridges, aqueducts and tunnels, cutting a sedate path through some of the country’s finest scenery.

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  21. Railway Walks DVD

    Railway Walks DVD

    From £10.99

    In the 1960s thousands of railways across the country were closed. Many of these old branch lines, and the spectacular scenery they pass through, are now treasured by ramblers.

    Julia follows these old tracks, overgrown cuttings and ancient viaducts of Britain’s lost rail empire, visits the disused lines in stunning landscapes, urban backstreets, with each contrasting walk having a unique story to tell.

    Featuring The Monsal Trail, The Mawddach Trail, Cornwall’s Mineral Tramways, The Strathspey Railway, The Rodwell Trail & Portland, and Callander to Loch Tay, the series provides hours of beautiful walks steeped in history and offers a fascinating and in-depth insight into industrial Britain.

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  22. Coast To Coast DVD

    Coast To Coast DVD

    From £10.99

    Beautifully simple, beautifully defined and providing a complete spectrum of northern England, Wainwright’s Coast to Coast Walk is 190 miles that have become one of the classic long-distance challenges of the British Isles.

    Having completed his Pictorial Guides to the Lakeland Fells, Alfred Wainwright became obsessed with finding the perfect route across the north of England, from the Irish to the North Sea.

    Following in his footsteps, Julia sets out from the cliffs at St. Bees in Cumbria, crossing moorland, mountains and national parks to reach her destination — the beach at Robin Hood’s Bay in North Yorkshire.

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  23. The Battle of Britain DVD

    The Battle of Britain DVD

    From £7.99

    From the occupied airfields of the Netherlands, France and Belgium, the hitherto invincible Luftwaffe set forth to smash the RAF who they heavily outnumbered in planes, weaponry and pilots.

    In defeat the Luftwaffe lost 961 bombers, 879 fighters and 77 ancillary planes and subsequently their Commander in Chief Herman Wilhelm Goering

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  24. Ages of Steam Golden Age DVD

    Ages of Steam - 5 DVD Set

    From £29.95

    Take a journey through the five ages of steam trains in Britain!

    THE GOLDEN AGE — from the early works of the Victorian engineers to the first decade of the 20th century, when locomotive size would double and the railways would reach their zenith. THE JAZZ AGE — covers the locomotives of the 1920s, when the railways of Britain formed four large companies — the “Big 4”. THE STREAMLINE AGE — examines the impact of the financial crisis of the 1930s on Britain’s railways and the urgent need for fleet renewal. THE AUSTERITY AGE — we look at the companies which chased simpler and cheaper designs, as well as the most complicated and expensive steam locomotives produced by Oliver Bulleid. THE STANDARD AGE — lack of investment in electric or diesel technology in the nationalised railway system meant steam continued with the Standard locomotives that soon were worn out and run down.

    SPECIAL OFFER: Buy all five DVDs in a box set and save £34.80!

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  25. Ages of Steam Standard DVD

    Ages of Steam Standard DVD

    From £12.95

    Take a journey through the five ages of steam trains in Britain!

    THE STANDARD AGE — lack of investment in electric or diesel technology in the nationalised railway system meant steam continued with the Standard locomotives that soon were worn out and run down.

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