A 105 minute concert showcasing America’s national living treasure and father of folk music. In 1963 Pete Seeger embarked on a 10-month world tour. One of his first stops was Australia where he was welcomed with open arms and sold-out performances.
Martin Shaw returns as the classic unsung hero detective in Inspector George Gently. This collection contains the entire fifth series. written by Peter Flannery (The Devil's Whore, Our Friends In The North) and David Kane
In this fantastical series, culinary alchemist and world renowned chef Heston Blumenthal brings back the wonder and excitement of childhood food, awakening the kid in every viewer as he creates amazing super-sized versions of meals and treats.
Victoria Wood, Julie Walters and a superb ensemble cast serve up the laughs in Dinnerladies – the critically acclaimed comedy (written by Wood) set in a canteen factory outside Manchester in the north of England.
It’s Homecoming night in the sleepy town of Winston as a gaggle of freshmen friends excitedly approach their first big dance at Winston High, only to be refused entry by a trio of jerky senior jocks. The group members decide to throw their own party in the school theatre, but when Annie’s egomaniacal date Billy threatens her, the ensuing fight results in a accident that leaves young Billy dead.
3 GREAT TIME TEAM TITLES IN A GREAT COLLECTION
Time Team is a series of wonderful, engaging and intelligent programmes presented by Tony Robinson (of Blackadder fame).
The Team bring expertise and resources to a dig over 3 days. Join the thrill of discovering the history and artefacts found on each site.
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Michael Kitchen returns to the screen as Detective Chief Superintendent Foyle, a man of scrupulous integrity who has survived the First World War, solved crime wherever it led him during the Second World War, and now finds himself called into duty at the risk of a possible Third.
The second World War may be over – but a new one is beginning, less explosive but no less deadly – a Cold War. Foyle finds himself drawn into complex webs of security and counter security where the loyalties of even those closest to him are brought into question as he joins, somewhat unwillingly at first, the ranks of MI5.
In 1886, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show played to over one million people in New York City. It was one of the most elaborate shows on earth. There were cowboys and Indians, sharp shooters including the famed Annie Oakley, hundreds of horses, buffalo, elk and donkeys, with more than 200 cast members, all moving about in a sweeping western landscape of mountains and plains. It would go on to dazzle crowds in London, Paris, Rome and Barcelona, cementing the legend of the Wild West in the minds of people around the globe. Behind the extravaganza was one man -- a meagre plainsman turned international celebrity and frontier hero, whose meteoric rise to fame was made possible only by his genius. His name was William Cody, better known to the world as Buffalo Bill.
The story of Jesse James is one of America's most familiar myths -- and one of its fictitious. James, so the legend goes, was a Western outlaw, but in reality, he never went west.
He has been called America's own Robin Hood, yet he robbed both rich and poor, and was never seen to share his ill-gotten gains. He was known as a gunfighter -- but his victims were almost always unarmed.
Discover the true story of iconic Wild West lawman Wyatt Earp.
His reputation as a deadeye quick-draw cemented during the shootout at the O.K. Corral, Earp would later rise to the status of folk hero thanks for his tireless efforts in taming the west. But Earp wasn't always the do-gooder the legends made him out to be. In this documentary, filmmakers eschew the myth in favour of the man, tracing the troubled youth of a drifting opportunist who married young, then fell in with a lawless crowd following his wife's untimely death.
One of America’s most beloved folk heroes, Billy the Kid became a legend in his own time, yet remains an enigma to this day. Gunned down at the age of 21, his legend arose amidst the swiftly vanishing frontier and then, sensationalised beyond recognition by the tabloids and dime-store romances of the day, he emerged as one of the most enduring icons of the American West – not to mention one of Hollywood’s most misrepresented characters.
Custer's Last Stand is a biography on one of the most celebrated and controversial icons of 19th century America, paints a penetrating psychological portrait of Custer's charismatic, narcissistic personality.
From Custer's heroic exploits on the battlefields of the Civil War, to his often brutal subjugation of the Indians of the southern plains, to his highly publicised expedition into the Black Hills, Custer was a man in a hurry, desperately struggling to maintain the fame that had come to define him.
As twenty five years of playing one of televisions greatest icons come to an end, David Suchet attempts to unravel the mysterious appeal of the great detective Hercule Poirot – and reveals what it has been like to play one of fiction’s most enduring and enigmatic creations.