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Documentary follows the trail of THE HUNT FOR WEARSIDE JACK
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3 Documenries on 1 dvd - the man hunt for the yorkshire ripper Some rare unseen footage
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Justin attempts to re-unite the cast of his favourite show as a child, The A-Team. He has to secure interviews and appearances with the stars of the show who have not spoken to each other for some time.
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The penis 3 part documentary dvd visits the man who got it chopped off by his wife. The worlds biggest penis & the perfect penis.
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Donald Campbell DVD Box Set containing 4 DVDS and one Bonus Disc - Containing Across the Lake Staring Anthony Hopkins

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The South Bank Show with Alan Bennett and Michael Sheen 

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TV adaptation of the Tricycle Theatre's London stage production chronicling the events of the Hutton Enquiry

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This was a concert broadcast live from the Royal Festival Hall in London, in which Pierre Boulez conducts the Symphony Orchestra and the BBC Symphony Chorus in a programme of music by Igor Fyodorovich Stravinsky. 

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Cold Light of Day - Is the fast based film centering around the life of Dennis Nilsen one of Britains most infamous serial killers.The film is very raw and moving as it shows the struggle Dennis has to cope with his own demons.The film leads up to his capture with great tension ,this is a must for anyone into real life crime as it has that amateur look about it.

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Despite the high regard the film is held in, it is currently unavailable as an official DVD or Blu-ray release. On offer here is a video to dvd copy/transfer taken from the official video release

This is a documentary featuring rock group The Rolling Stones, charting the period between the band's formation in 1962 and the release of its then latest album, 1989's Steel Wheels. 

Alongside much archive footage, the film also featured extensive original interviews with band members Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts and Ronnie Wood. The band's two guitarists who preceded Ronnie Wood, Brian Jones and Mick Taylor are featured in archive interviews only. Jones died in 1969 and Taylor, his replacement, left in 1974.

Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones. 

Director: Nigel Finch

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The Unloved is a British television film starring Molly Windsor, Robert Carlyle, Susan Lynch and Lauren Socha. It is about an eleven-year-old girl called Lucy (played by Molly Windsor) growing up in a children's home in the UK's care system, and shown through her perspective. It is the directorial debut of Golden Globe Award-winning and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress Samantha Morton.[1] The story is semi-autobiographical, Morton wrote and produced the film in collaboration with screenwriter Tony Grisoni.

It was produced for Channel 4 and shown as part of its Britain's Forgotten Children series,and was first broadcast on 17 May 2009. The film drew an audience of two million viewers. It had a premiere at the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival and received a limited release in 2010.

Filmed entirely on location in Morton's hometown of Nottingham, the film cost £1.5 million to make. The title of the film was inspired by a newspaper article Morton had read about children in the foster care system.[8] Morton spent time in other cities such as Newcastle, Glasgow and around London although decided it was best to make a film about the world she knew and grew up in. Originally wanting to set the film in 1989, Morton later decided against it as she wanted to focus on the struggles of the present day and not want audiences to write it off as a historical piece.[9] The scene where Lucy witnesses the rape of Lauren didn't have Windsor present at the time as it was deemed inappropriate; her involvement in the scene was filmed separately and added later.

 

Never commerically released, transfered from VHS to DVD

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