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People Just Do Nothing: Series 1-3 (15) (DVD) Cast: Steve Stamp, Allan Mustafa, Asim Chaudhry, Hugo Chegwin, Dan Sylvester Woolford Run time: 450 mins Lock on to People Just Do Nothing, the hit BAFTA nominated BBC series from executive producer Ash Atalla (The Office). People Just Do Nothing follows the highs and lows of Kurupt FM,one of West London s most talked about pirate radio stations (within a 0.2 mile radius of the transmitter). Led by self-proclaimed garage legend MC Grindah, and his second in command DJ Beats, this hapless crew of social dropouts share the secrets behind running an illegal business and demonstrate that chasing your dreams is actually a full-time job. Contains all 15 episodes from Series One, Two and Three and the following special features and extras: Packaging; Features exclusive DJ Deck pakaging; Exclusive Champagne Steam Rooms Flyer; Features; Commentaries on 9 episodes Extras: Chabuddy s Gudie to Hounslow; Miche s Miracles; Grinder’s Prison Stories; DJ Steve’s Alien Encounters; Lost In Wickes; Inspiration (Grindah & Beats); Training; Parent Classes; Mural; Valentine s Day Set; 8 Hour Set; Upcycling; Baby Shower; Dad Advice; Sat Nav; Hartford House

Photo Kano: The Complete Series (15) (Blu-ray and DVD) Anime Dir. Akitoshi Yokoyama Run time: 312 mins All 13 episodes of the Japanese anime series which follows high school student and photographer Kazuya Maeda (Nobunaga Shimazaki) as he experiences a number of romantic encounters with various girls at his school. Upon returning for his second year, Kazuya’s popularity suddenly increases thanks to his new camera, which was gifted to him by his father. After quickly becoming a member of the student photography club, Kazuya’s camera skills begin to catch the eye of a number of his classmates. The episodes are: Encounter, Academy Heaven, A Garden of a Hundred Flowers, Feelings from Now, Difference in Love, Distant Thoughts, A Star’s Smile, Look at My Bare Face, A Challenge for Love, An Angel’s Dance, Wife of the Acade52


my, Photograph Memory and Loving Each Other.

Poldark: Complete Series 2 (12) (Blu-ray and DVD) Cast: Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Kyle Soller, Jack Farthing Dirs. Will Sinclair, Charles Palmer, Richard Senior Run time: 600 mins Poldark, the drama that has become a cultural phenomenon, continues for a second series on the stunning beaches of Cornwall. Ross Poldark, the character redefined by the smouldering Aidan Turner, returns home following his arrest in the gripping finale of series one. 1790 and there is riot and revolution in the air. Ross must fight for his freedom when George Warleggan (Jack Farthing) tries to have him hanged as a revolutionary. While Francis (Kyle Soller) and Elizabeth (Heida Reed) watch on in horror, can Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) save Ross from himself? Crippled by debts, Ross and Francis try to heal old wounds by joining forces in a new mine free of the Warleggans. Ross and Elizabeth are thrown together by unforeseen circumstances, and Ross risks everything in a desperate smuggling venture. Amid catastrophic losses, significant triumphs and shattered relationships, they must learn to settle their differences once and for all, but at what cost?

Poldark: Series 1-2 (12) (Blu-ray and DVD) Cast: Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Ruby Bentall, Warren Clarke, Phil Davis Dirs. Ed Bazalgette, William McGregor Run time: 1080 mins All 18 episodes from the first two series of the BBC drama starring Aidan Turner as Captain Ross Poldark. Upon returning to Cornwall after fighting in the American War of Independence, Poldark must rebuild his life following the death of his father with his estate in ruins and his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth (Heida Reed) engaged to his cousin Francis (Kyle Soller), after hearing premature reports of his death. With the help of his new maid Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson), Ross attempts to navigate the hostile, poverty-stricken locals and the region’s wealthy and influential businessmen to reopen his family’s disused copper mine, Wheal Leisure.

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