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  1. In this new series, Chris Barrie seeks out the great British machines that have changed peoples lives and helped shaped Britain as we know it today. Chris tells the stories of these mechanical icons with passion, wit and a great deal of expertise. Tackling the subject one decade at a time, Chris puts the engineering achievements of each era into the context of the bigger picture of British history.
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  2. For over 40 years, America's War on Drugs has accounted for 45 million arrests, made the US the world's largest jailer, and damaged poor communities at home and abroad. Yet for all that, drugs in America are cheaper, purer, and more available than ever before. Filmed in more than 20 U.S. states, The House I Live In captures heart-wrenching stories at all levels of America's drug war.
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  3. Michelle Merrifield Barre Fitness 1 (DVD) Only from Mighty Ape
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  4. Last Days In Vietnam (Blu-ray) Only from Mighty Ape
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  5. Extreme Fishing with Rob Green Seasons 1-4 Collectors Set DVD from DVDLand. Robson Green is on a mission to discover the weird, the wonderful and the way-off-limits of the fishing world. SEASON 1: Chasing some of the most elusive and terrifying fish on the planet, Robson learns new tricks, hears old stories, and eats pretty much everything he catches. From Costa Rica, living with the Maleku tribe as they hunt the elusive piranha-like machaca; to hunting giant catfish at the mouth of the Ebro River; and at sea in the Azores, attempting to catch a 600lb blue marlin; in all these experiences--and more--Robson discovers a world of drama unlike any he has ever experienced before. SEASON 2: This series finds Robson Green island hopping in Canada; ice fishing in Alaska; fishing and singing with the Maori in New Zealand; facing crocodiles, rare sea snails and octopuses in Australia; fishing for the elusive Striped Bass in North America; struggling with the Mekong Giant Catfi...
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  6. Released 3 March 2018. Order now to secure your copy at this special price. Eric Clapton Life in 12 Bars DVD from DVDLand. ERIC CLAPTION: LIFE IN 12 BARS, directed by Oscar-winner Lili Fini Zanuck (Rush, Driving Miss Daisy), is an unflinching and deeply personal look into the life of legendary 18-time Grammy winner Eric Clapton. Told through his own words and songs, it is a moving and surprising film about one of the great artists of the modern era - a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, and the only artist ever inducted three times into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Spanning more than half a century of legendary popular musical innovation, the film contextualizes Eric Clapton's role in contemporary music and cultural history. This rare and deeply intimate film reflects on Clapton's traumatic childhood, his long and difficult struggle with drugs and alcohol and the tragic loss of his son and how he always found his inner strength and healing in music. The docu...
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  7. Join historian and archaeologist Neil Oliver as he leads a team of presenters to discover Australia’s coastline including: its people, their history, and its many natural wonders. It’s an epic exploration around a vast continent with fascinating stories to unearth. Features: Kimberley, Sydney, Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, Sunshine Coast, Darwin and Coral Coast. Each Series: 2 DVDs, 390-420 mins Collection Series 1-3: 6 DVDs, 20 hrs SUBTITLES -Only $9.90 delivery and insurance for delivery within Australia per order, regardless of how many products you order.
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  8. Cream teas; bunting; the local shop; thatched cottages swathed in roses and quaint church spires…It’s not hard to conjure the perfect village from the imagination. But these places actually exist! Armed with her beloved Batsford’ guide book, Penelope journeys from one bucolic bolthole to the next as she explores the secret to their longevity. Each Series: 1 DVD, 141-188 mins. Collection Series 1-3: 3 DVDs, 495 mins. -Only $9.90 delivery and insurance for delivery within Australia per order, regardless of how many products you order.
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  9. Please note this is a region B Blu-ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-ray player in order to play. Alex Gibney directs this documentary about American businessman and co-founder of multinational tech company Apple Inc. The film details how Steve Jobs jeopardised his personal life and relationships while transforming Apple from a dwindling loss-making company into a key player in the digital revolution. With contributions from those who knew Steve personally, Gibney provides an insight into the man and his motivations while highlighting the highs and lows of his career.
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  10. Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play. David Attenborough's natural history exploration into life in the Antarctic. Unique filming of some of the largest, smallest, sturdiest mammals who survive sub-zero temperatures, biting winds and a changing ecology. The series also looks at the role of the ocean as both challenge and home to marine animals; the cruel effects of the Antarctic winter on shelter and food supplies; and finally the great expeditions by Man to reach the South Pole.
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  11. Mythbusters Season 7 Collection 1 DVD from DVDLand. Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are special effects experts who will stop at nothing to find the truth. Using modern day science, they put everyday myths and urban legends to the test to determine what's busted - and what's confirmed. Joined by fellow MythBusters Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and Grant Imahara, this team is always ready to take it to the next levelwith explosive results!
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  12. First Week In 7 Days of Hell DVD from DVDLand. First Week In follows a new set of inmates each week as they enter and adjust to life in prison during the most critical of all times, their first week in. How they act, what they encounter and who they mix with will determine what prison life will be like for the rest of their time behind bars.
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  13. War In The Gulf Volume 1 Box Set DVD from DVDLand. 4 Discs.War In The Gulf - Desert Storm: Desert Victory (2003)The Gulf War was a watershed. However, did it serve as the template for future wars, or was it an aberration? It is difficult to recall any time in military history when such a symbiotic relationship existed between arms and men, technology and doctrine. Objective aims, political will and doctrine are explored to give an appreciation of the weapons employed, but in the context of general campaign strategy. This final episode asks the ultimate question - is another Gulf War scenario likely? Desert Victory tells the story and gives the answer in dramatic fashion, adding an exclamation point to one of the world's most controversial victories.War In The Gulf - Arsenal: Rolling Power (2003)The combat capability of the modern army depends on a careful balance of many types of advanced weapons, all of them fast-moving, all of the deadly. Learn how modern armies translate tactics...
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  14. Life in the War Part 1 DVD from DVDLand. In 1939 Britain was a global superpower. A year later, it was the frontline of a desperate struggle to survive. The coming of war transformed people's lives; petrol rationing emptied the streets, lights were blacked out and children were rushed to the countryside. As pilots duelled in the skies above, the capital city prepared for the gathering storm. Seen through the eyes of the capital city and with rare archive film, this is the story of life in the war told by those who were there.
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  15. Life in the 1930s Part 1 DVD from DVDLand. The world is in the grip of the Great Depression but in amongst all the misery of unemployment and economic hardship, there is a shining light. London is booming with a boost in house building which doubles the size of the city, creating the metropolis we know today. It almost becomes a nation within a nation. Using rare archive footage this film tells the story of how this happened against the backdrop of a turbulent and fascinating decade.
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  16. Life in the 1950s Part 1 DVD from DVDLand. The War may have been won but there are no spoils of victory in Britain. Rationing is in place, cities are still in ruins thanks to the Blitz and the nation is almost broke. However the decade begins to change and the Festival of Britain brings confidence to a nation to get back on its feet. Using unseen footage and told through the eyes of the nation's capital, this film tells the story of hope and growth that was born out of adversity.
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  17. Life in the 1960s Part 1 DVD from DVDLand. Britain is on the verge of a new era. Gleaming office blocks are replacing bombsites. This is an age of television, Minis and new supermarkets. London is the centre of fashion and new music with young people at the forefront of creativity and culture. Where Soho gambling clubs are run by criminals whose activities also make headlines. The period is still one of contrasts, from the gritty docks and the glamorous Miss World contests through to the equality of music and the constraints of the class system. This film is a panorama of life during the first half of the Sixties seen through the eyes of the nation's capital city.
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  18. Venice draws millions of tourists each year to experience thousands of years of culture and history. But what about the Venice we don't know? How does a city built on mud really work? How do the people cope with the day to day challenges of living in the world's most famous city?
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  19. Passionate about trains, Michael Portillo travels across the UK, retracing the journeys from Bradshaw’s 150-year-old Victorian Railway Guidebook. Michael takes to the tracks, making stops at some of Britain’s most beautiful cities and secluded villages to see what’s changed and discover how our love of the railways began. 4-5 DVDs, 600-731 mins. SUBTITLES -Only $9.90 delivery and insurance for delivery within Australia per order, regardless of how many products you order.
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  20. Life At 7 DVD from DVDLand. The Life at titles are part of an observational documentary series that chronicles the lives of eleven children as they grow from infancy to adolescence. Combining real life stories with cutting edge science, it offers a refreshing insight into contemporary family life. Every two years, the filmmakers revisit these children and their families to gain an in-depth snapshot of their lives, examining what it takes to give a child the best chance in life. Now, with our children having reached the critical age of seven, and in the midst of profound life changes, this two-part series explores their first tentative steps towards independence and self-identity. For the first time, in Life at 7, we hear directly from the children as they speak about who they are, and how they see themselves in their ever-expanding world.
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