Whether you've seen him on TV, on his sell-out national tours, or at his own club in east London, you won't be disappointed by Lee Hurst Live at the Backyard comedy Club.It's Lee at his Best, performing his top stand-up in front of a loud and enthusiastic crowd having a great laugh with the big bald bloke.Sit back and laugh yourself hoarse as Lee lets loose with his hilarious opinions and stories on everything from van drivers to the dangers of speeding and asthma!He also reveals more un-broadcast able secrets from They Think It's All over, including the infamous Bob Nudd episode on feel the sportsman. If you haven't seen Lee live, you'll understand why he's one of Britain's most popular and best loved comedians.
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Victoria Wood At The Albert Live.'Gloriously Funny' The Daily Telegraph'Un missable' Daily Express'Victoria at the Albert' is Britain's undisputed queen of comedy at her very best. 'The show is a triumph ... crammed with material that is as humane as it is hilarious' The Daily TelegraphSpecial Features:Includes 1 hour of footage not seen on TV special.
Returning to the city of his birth for inspiration, legendary maverick director Robert Altman helms an evocative, bullet-riddled tribute to the music and movies of his youth in Kansas City, a Depression-era gangster flick as only he could make one. Blondie O’Hara (Jennifer Jason Leigh) resorts to desperate measures when her low-level hood husband Johnny (Dermot Mulroney) gets caught trying to steal from Seldom Seen (Harry Belafonte), a local crime boss operating out of jazz haunt The Hey-Hey Club. Out on a limb, Blondie kidnaps laudanum-addled socialite Carolyn (Miranda Richardson), hoping her influential politician husband can pull the right strings and get Johnny out of Seldom Seen’s clutches. Nominated for the Palme d’Or at Cannes, and featuring a remarkable soundtrack performed live by some of the best players in contemporary jazz, one of Altman’s most underrated and idiosyncratic films finally makes its long-awaited Blu-ray™ debut. SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS High Definition Blu-ray™ (1080p) presentation Original 2.0 and 5.1 DTS-HD MA audio English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing Audio commentary by director Robert Altman Newly filmed appreciation by critic Geoff Andrew Gare, Trains et Déraillement, a 2007 visual essay by French critic Luc Lagier, plus short introduction to the film narrated by Lagier Robert Altman Goes to the Heart of America and Kansas City: The Music, two 1996 promotional featurettes including interviews with cast and crew Electronic press kit interviews with Altman, Leigh, Richardson, Belafonte and musician Joshua Redman, plus behind-the-scenes footage Four theatrical trailers TV spots Image gallery Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Jennifer Dionisio FIRST PRESSING ONLY: Illustrated collectors’ booklet featuring new writing by Dr Nicolas Pillai, original press kit notes and an excerpt from Altman on Altman
The fabulously intriguing French TV Series as seen on Channel 4 - The Returned is a unique, stylish and powerful supernatural drama. It follows the residents of a small French alpine town as they come to terms with a series of mysterious and unbelievable occurrences. As a small group of unknowingly deceased men, women and children return from the dead and attempt to re-join the family and friends they left behind years before, the town begins to experience a series of chilling local murders... Beautifully filmed, expertly plotted, and featuring superbly believable performances and an unforgettably atmospheric soundtrack by cult Scottish group Mogwai, The Returned is the most original and enthralling series in years.
Acclaimed TV historian Dan Snow explores Britain through the eyes of the Norman conquerors. This historic perspective shines new light on landscapes and histories we have come to take for granted, and reveals a texture to the landscape of Britain that time has almost erased. As seen on BBC Television.Episodes:The InvasionDan Snow starts his exploration of Norman Britain from the towering viewpoint of Beachy Head. These great cliffs would have been the first sign of England viewed by William, Duke of Normandy, and his invasion force as they sailed across the Channel in the autumn of 1066. But did William and the Normans really land at Pevensey as the Bayeux Tapestry would have us believe? And did they erect the first of their great castles even before victory on the battlefield?The Welsh MarchesThis second Norman Walk explores a story of settlement and colonisation in one of the most unsettled corners of the new Norman kingdom. Why are the Welsh borders so littered with castles? This is the subject of Dan’s walk beside the Black Mountains and the Monnow Valley taking in Longtown Castle, White Castle, Skenfrith and Grosmont.YorkshireYork was the focal point for William the Conqueror’s infamous Harrying of the North, a period of terror that devastated the country between York and Durham five years after the conquest. From here to Helmsley Castle and the site of the great Abbey of Rievaulx, we discover how the first Cistercian monks, with the support of Walter Espec, brought communications, wool and mining industries to the north.
Eric Hayes is a freelance TV cameraman, making his living roaming the streets with his camera and selling what he captures to the highest bidder. One night he gives chase to what he believes to be his next story only to stumble on a gruesome, cannabalistic murder. Unfortunately when he takes his footage to a local TV station, he realises that in his haste he forgot to load his camera. Determined to profit from what he has seen, he returns to the scene with Clift, a fellow videographer. Drawn into the darkness, he discovered more than he bargains for as flesh eating ghouls emerge to feast on the homeless beneath the city streets. But can he escape to tell his tale....? Special Features: Exclusive UK Introduction By Director Chad Ferrin Director's Commentary Making Of Auditions Deleted Scenes Locations Interviews Behind The Scenes Teaser Trailer Image Gallery
**Gourmand 2016 Best Cookbook of the Year** The quintessential tastes of Indonesia are rich yet subtle, complex yet elegant. Each region of Indonesia is home to a distinctive cuisine, many of which trace back to the marvelous, abundant history of these islands. In this great nation, food is about creating a harmonious melange of diverse flavors, passions, beliefs, and traditions. Flavors of Indonesia is a beautifully illustrated Indonesian cookbook, culinary guide and cultural exploration that introduces readers to the specialties and characteristics of the world's largest archipelago. Celebrated chef and Indonesian TV personality William Wongso takes you on a journey through Indonesia, retracing the religious, architectural, and culinary history of Java as seen through the island's royal cuisine. You'll learn about spices and fresh ingredients as you visit local markets in Sumatra and sample the zesty dishes of Sulawesi. As elsewhere across Southeast Asia, some of Indonesia's most appetizing treats are to be found in its streets and back lanes, and Wongso shares his must-have street food and snack recipes in a special chapter. Experience the true flavors of Indonesia through William Wongso's expertly detailed descriptions of the most widely used ingredients and spices, along with recipes and techniques designed for preparation in modern kitchens.
Atlanta, 1948. In this city, all crime is black and white. On one side of the tracks are the rich, white neighbourhoods; on the other, Darktown, the African-American area guarded by the city's first black police force of only eight men. These cops are kept near-powerless by the authorities: they can't arrest white suspects; they can't drive a squad car; they must operate out of a dingy basement. When a poor black woman is killed in Darktown having been last seen in a car with a rich white man, no one seems to care except for Boggs and Smith, two black cops from vastly different backgrounds. Pressured from all sides, they will risk their jobs, the trust of their community and even their own lives to investigate her death. Their efforts bring them up against a brutal old-school cop, Dunlow, who has long run Darktown as his own turf - but Dunlow's idealistic young partner, Rakestraw, is a young progressive who may be willing to make allies across colour lines . . . Soon to be a major TV series from Jamie Foxx and Sony Pictures Television.
Anne is a TV star with big regrets and very little direction. Desperate to shake off her guilt, she goes to confession. And only after does she recognize the priest. Ciaran is in trouble with his superiors for marching in support of gay marriage, but he's in no real danger from the woman who left him heart-broken at seventeen. Anne's clearly in the middle of a crisis and, as a priest, he can't turn her away. The attraction between them is as strong as ever, but Anne's only in Dublin for the theater festival-such a short time. Reconnecting could satisfy their curiosity and give a little closure, or that's the plan. Before long, the pair come to rely on one another. While rumors mount, it becomes clear how badly Ciaran is needed in his church, and Anne would never ask him to give up the precious community she's seen there. How can you be sure when leaving is the most loving thing to do?
Spend a Late Night in with Alan and Justin as they show you their favourite unseen clips and funniest bits from the Friday & Sunday Night Project. Featuring, for the first time ever, top celebrities from the show as you’ve never seen them before, plus extended clips and outtakes that couldn't be shown on TV. All this introduced by showbiz's number 1 golden couple as they spend their own Late Night…in bed together! Good times!