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All ten episodes from the first season of the Emmy Award-nominated historical drama series focusing on the life and romances of the young King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Set in Renaissance Britain during the early part of Henry's reign, the series portrays the passionate and irascible king, his Spanish Queen Catherine (Maria Doyle Kennedy), his ministers Sir Thomas More (Jeremy Northam) and Cardinal Wolsey (Sam Neil), and a host of would-be mistresses and wives. As bold and passionate about his country as he is about his women, Henry's obsession with ensuring his legacy leads to the beheading of both friends and foes, the waging of wars and a challenge to the Catholic Church - events that forever changed the face of the British Empire. Episodes comprise: 'In Cold Blood', 'Simply Henry', 'Wolsey, Wolsey, Wolsey!', 'His Majesty, the King', 'Arise, My Lord', 'True Love', 'Message to the Emperor', 'Truth and Justice', 'Look to God First' and 'The Death of Wolsey'.
All 23 episodes of the 1980s drama series starring Jane Asher and Kate Buffery as Faith Ashley and Liz Grainger, two women working for the British intelligence services during World War II. The agents are trained and deployed into service by Colonel James Cadogan (Julian Glover), who will use any means necessary to meet the needs of his organisation: to transmit vital information on German activities to the intelligence network in London.
Seeking an escape from his lacklustre existence, and his overbearing wife, Morgan Sullivan (Jeremy Northam) decides to join the multi-national corporation Digicorp to become a company spy.
Director Jon Amiel's biopic explores the crisis of faith suffered by evolutionary scientist Charles Darwin (Paul Bettany). About to publish the book that would question God's role in creation, Darwin is forced to come to terms with how it will affect his deeply religious wife, Emma (Jennifer Connelly). In addition to his concerns about Emma, the worsening ill health of his beloved daughter Annie soon leads Darwin into a reassessment of his life's work, as he begins to fully realise the impact his theory will have on society.
The sixth in the series of the classic fantasy tales - The Chronicles of Narnia. This edition is complete and unabridged. "Quick!" said Eustace. "Hold hands! We mustn't get separated!" And before Jill quite knew what was happening, he had pulled her out of the door, out of the school grounds, out of England, out of our whole world into That Place. Eustace and Jill are whisked to the land of Narnia where Aslan, the great Lion, needs their help to find the missing Prince Rilian, Caspian's beloved son. The search takes them through some of the most dangerous underland of Narnia, and into the path of an evil enchantress who has dire plans for the prince... This is the sixth adventure in the exciting Chronicles of Narnia.
Michael Winterbottom directs this off-beat comedy about an attempt to film Laurence Sterne's 'unfilmable' 18th century novel 'The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy'. Crossing the line between the world of the film and the life of the actors trying to make it, Steve Coogan plays both himself and Tristram Shandy, while Rob Brydon plays himself and Toby. As both comedians find their working relationship off-set by professional jealousies, in the world of the film, the affable, eccentric Toby is pursued by the beautiful Widow Wadman (Gillian Anderson) as Tristram finds the story of his life increasingly difficult to tell without getting drawn into lengthy digressions.
Satirical comedy based on the novel by John Griesemer and starring Jason Biggs. In 1979, army private Rudy Spruance (Biggs) is mistakenly posted to an obscure and isolated military hospital in the Arctic, which he soon discovers does not officially exist. Presided over by the deranged Colonel Woolwrap (Jeremy Northam) and his secret lover Sergeant Teal (Natascha McElhone), the hospital is actually a hiding place for one of the army's most important secrets. As Spruance falls in with the misfits and weirdos on the base, he decides to shake things up by exposing the secret.
All eight episodes from the third season of the Emmy Award-nominated historical drama series. Set in Renaissance Britain during the early part of Henry's reign, the story focuses on the life and romances of the young King Henry VIII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Episodes comprise: 'Civil Unrest', 'The Northern Uprising', 'Dissention and Punishment', 'The Death of a Queen', 'Problems in the Reformation', 'Search for a New Queen', 'Protestant Anne of Cleves' and 'The Undoing of Cromwell'.
A collection of the best-known poems by Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889). One of the Victorian era's greatest writers, Hopkins' reputation has continued to grow since his death. Our "Great Poets" series, launched in 2007, has proven very popular, offering many of the best-loved poems by popular poets in an inexpensive 1 CD collection - and well read by leading actors. This anthology of works by one of poetry's most daring innovators will undoubtedly become a best-seller. The collection includes "The Windhover", "The Caged Skylark", "Carrion Comfort", "Spring and Fall" and "Inversnaid".
An unabridged 5-CD audiobook of The Silver Chair, book six in the classic fantasy series, The Chronicles of Narnia, narrated by renowned actor Jeremy Northam.
Through dangers untold and caverns deep and dark, a noble band of friends is sent to rescue a prince held captive. But their mission to Underland brings them face-to-face with an evil more beautiful and more deadly than they ever expected.
The Silver Chair is the sixth book in C. S. Lewis's classic fantasy series, which has been drawing readers of all ages into a magical land with unforgettable characters for over sixty years. This is a complete stand-alone read, but if you want to discover what happens in the final days of Narnia, read The Last Battle, the seventh and concluding book in The Chronicles of Narnia.
The sixth in the series of the classic fantasy tales -- The Chronicles of Narnia. This edition is complete and unabridged. Drawn back to Narnia, Eustace Scrubb and his new friend Jill Pole are sent to rescue a captive prince. In a world where evil weaves a spell, Giants and Marsh-wiggles can be friend or foe, but the stakes are raised when they reach Underland and come face-to-face with a notorious and terrifying opponent. On 9 December 2005, Andrew (Shrek) Adamson's live-action film adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe will be released by Disney, and it is already being hailed as the biggest film franchise of all time, guaranteed to appeal to adults and children across the globe. The second film is already in development.
George Orwell's direct style and his hallmark hard honesty and humanity, blend brilliantly for the spoken word medium. The Road to Wigan Pier is a graphic and biting polemic that still holds a fierce political relevance and impact despite being written over half a century ago. First published in 1937 it charts George Orwell's observations of working-class life during the 1930s in the industrial heartlands of Yorkshire and Lancashire. His depictions of social injustice and rising unemployment, the dangerous working conditions in the mines amid general squalor and hunger also bring together many of the ideas explored in his later works and novels.
The sixth in the series of the classic fantasy tales -- The Chronicles of Narnia. This edition is complete and unabridged. "Quick!" said Eustace. "Hold hands! We mustn't get separated!" And before Jill quite knew what was happening, he had pulled her out of the door, out of the school grounds, out of England, out of our whole world into That Place. Eustace and Jill are whisked to the land of Narnia where Aslan, the great Lion, needs their help to find the missing Prince Rilian, Caspian's beloved son. The search takes them through some of the most dangerous underland of Narnia, and into the path of an evil enchantress who has dire plans for the prince...This is the sixth adventure in the exciting Chronicles of Narnia.
January 1937. Jack Miller has just about run out of options. His shoes have worn through, he can't afford to heat his rented room in Tooting, and he longs to utilise his training as an specialist wireless operator instead of working in his dead-end job in the city. So when he is given the chance to join an arctic expedition, as communications expert, by a group of elite Oxbridge graduates, he brushes off his apprehensions and convinces himself to join them. As the young men set sail from a gloomy Britain on the verge of war, Jack feels the overwhelming excitement of not knowing what lies in store. Little can he imagine the horrors that await him in their arctic destination, Gruhuken, a place that cannot escape the savage echo of its past.
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