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The Fall of the Essex Boys (DVD): Jay Brown, Peter Barrett, Simon Phillips, Tony Denham, Robert Cavanah, Nick Nevern, Kierston... The Fall of the Essex Boys (DVD)
Jay Brown, Peter Barrett, Simon Phillips, Tony Denham, Robert Cavanah, … 1
R35 Discovery Miles 350 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

Paul Tanter directs this crime drama based on the murder of three major Essex gangland figures in 1995. When the bullet-ridden corpses of Tony Tucker (Jay Brown), Patrick Tate (Peter Barrett) and Craig Rolfe (Simon Phillips) were discovered in a Range Rover in Rettendon, a major criminal investigation was launched to find the culprits. Though the trio's one-time associates Jack Whomes (Tony Denham) and Michael Steele (Robert Cavanah) were ultimately convicted of the crime, it was primarily on the evidence provided by another ex-associate Darren Nicholls (Nick Nevern), labelled by some as a 'supergrass' and whose evidence was called into question.

Postman Pat: The Movie - You Know You're the One (DVD): Rupert Grint, David Tennant, Jim Broadbent, Robin Atkin Downes,... Postman Pat: The Movie - You Know You're the One (DVD)
Rupert Grint, David Tennant, Jim Broadbent, Robin Atkin Downes, Stephen Mangan, … 1
R58 Discovery Miles 580 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

The world's favourite postie makes his big screen debut in this CGI-animated children's feature. Leaving behind those nearest and dearest to him when his head is turned by the chance of fame on a TV talent show, Pat (voice of Stephen Mangan) seems certain to discover that there is more to life than the lure of wealth, celebrity and some smart new clothes, and that the problems they cause are no match for the love to be found with his friends and family back in Greendale. Other cast members include David Tennant, Rupert Grint and Jim Broadbent.

Sense and Sensibility (DVD): Irene Richard, Tracey Childs, Diana Fairfax, Marjorie Bland, Philip Bowen, Amanda Boxer, Donald... Sense and Sensibility (DVD)
Irene Richard, Tracey Childs, Diana Fairfax, Marjorie Bland, Philip Bowen, …
R116 Discovery Miles 1 160 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

A BBC adaptation of Jane Austen's famous novel. Sisters Elinor (Irene Richard) and Marianne (Tracey Childs) Dashwood lose their family fortune to spiteful relatives, and are forced to seek out suitable husbands in order to survive. While Marianne falls for the heartless John Willoughby (Peter Woodward), Elinor finds herself attracted to Edward Ferrars (Bosco Hogan), who is himself betrothed to Lucy Steele (Julia Chambers). Will the sisters find the romance they are hoping for?

The Fall of the Essex Boys (Blu-ray disc): Jay Brown, Peter Barrett, Simon Phillips, Tony Denham, Robert Cavanah, Nick Nevern,... The Fall of the Essex Boys (Blu-ray disc)
Jay Brown, Peter Barrett, Simon Phillips, Tony Denham, Robert Cavanah, … 1
R135 Discovery Miles 1 350 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Paul Tanter directs this crime drama based on the murder of three major Essex gangland figures in 1995. When the bullet-ridden corpses of Tony Tucker (Jay Brown), Patrick Tate (Peter Barrett) and Craig Rolfe (Simon Phillips) were discovered in a Range Rover in Rettendon, a major criminal investigation was launched to find the culprits. Though the trio's one-time associates Jack Whomes (Tony Denham) and Michael Steele (Robert Cavanah) were ultimately convicted of the crime, it was primarily on the evidence provided by another ex-associate Darren Nicholls (Nick Nevern), labelled by some as a 'supergrass' and whose evidence was called into question.

Refugee Policy in Sudan 1967-1984 (Hardcover): Peter Woodward Refugee Policy in Sudan 1967-1984 (Hardcover)
Peter Woodward
R2,556 Discovery Miles 25 560 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Based on the work of Ahmed Karadawi, Refugee Policy in Sudan discusses Sudanese government policy towards the refugee flows from Ethiopia into the Eastern Region of Sudan in theperiod 1967 to 1984, arguing that there were two underlying assumptions behind successive governments' policies: that refugees were considered a security threat and a socio-economic burden. In response,the policies incorporated the Organization of African Unity norms, which offered a platform to depoliticise the refugees, equally with the international conventions relating to refugees, which assured the externalization of responsibility and access to aid. This prescription, however, ignored the dynamism of the conflict that continued to generate refugees - and, as numbers accumulated in Sudan, the international aid regime did not act as a willing partner of the government. The consequences of a sizeable refugee population revealed a serious conflict of priorities, not only within the Sudanese government of the day, but also between the government and aid donors - thus, the objectives of the government policy were seriously undermined.

US Foreign Policy and the Horn of Africa (Hardcover, New Ed): Peter Woodward US Foreign Policy and the Horn of Africa (Hardcover, New Ed)
Peter Woodward
R3,240 Discovery Miles 32 400 Out of stock

Examining US involvement in the Horn of Africa, this volume addresses the relationship between the US and the Islamic movement in this region. Peter Woodward explores the interests of the United States in the region through two cases: Sudan and Somalia. He also discusses the effects of the Eritrean-Ethiopian war on US policy and posture in the region, along with the effects of other regional wars. The book looks at the relationship between US perceptions of Islamism and brings a unique perspective to the ongoing debate over US policy in the Islamic world. It will be of interest to those working in or researching foreign policy, as well as peace, security and conflict issues.

Supporting the Physical Health Needs of People with Learning Disabilities - A Handbook for Professionals, Support Staff and... Supporting the Physical Health Needs of People with Learning Disabilities - A Handbook for Professionals, Support Staff and Families (Paperback)
Steve Hardy, Peter Woodward, Eddie Chaplin
R846 Discovery Miles 8 460 Out of stock

This handbook aims to increase awareness and knowledge of the main physical health that face people with learning disabilities, best practice in assessment and treatment of health problems, and the role professionals and families in this process. It offers advice on promoting good health, navigating the care pathways, and how to access a range of health services. It also explores the views of people with learning disabilities in relation to physical and mental health and current service provision. This handbook aims to simplify what can be a complex area in order to meet individual's healthcare needs. Within this book issues around accessing healthcare services for individuals with a learning disability are explored in detail and from a number of perspectives, including from people with learning disabilities and their carers who bear the brunt of these inequalities.

Sudan After Nimeiri (Hardcover, New): Peter Woodward Sudan After Nimeiri (Hardcover, New)
Peter Woodward
R3,371 Discovery Miles 33 710 Out of stock

At the end of 1984, Sudan shot into the headlines as a result of famines, floods, locusts, political instability and civil war. In describing the collapse of Sudan's state and economy, "Sudan After Nimeiri" emphasizes the extent of the country's current predicament and explains the difficulty of potential solutions. Amongst the issues discussed are environmental and ecological problems, economic collapse, famine, debt, refugees, the role of Islam in Sudanese politics, Nimeiri's downfall and the administrative problems facing the transitional and present governments. This book should be of interest to lecturers and students of development, Middle East studies and geography.

Condominium and Sudanese Nationalism (Hardcover): Peter Woodward Condominium and Sudanese Nationalism (Hardcover)
Peter Woodward
R1,067 Discovery Miles 10 670 Out of stock
Crisis in the Horn of Africa - Politics, Piracy and The Threat of Terror (Paperback): Peter Woodward Crisis in the Horn of Africa - Politics, Piracy and The Threat of Terror (Paperback)
Peter Woodward
R537 Discovery Miles 5 370 Out of stock

The most dangerous corner of Africa is its north-eastern Horn where instability reigns and terrorism thrives on the antagonisms of all it governments. The Horn of Africa comprising Ethiopia,Sudan and now South Sudan,Somalia,Djibouti,Eritrea,and stretching to include Kenya and Uganda, is a pivotal geopolitical pressure point in world politics.It stands at the hinge of Africa and the Middle East.It was of vital interest to the superpowers during the Cold War,attracting constant and unprofitable intervention.In the post-Cold War period regional political chaos,including failed states,terrorism and international piracy,has struck the death blow to the ambitions of the International Community's New World Order. The problems of the Horn,political,ideological,religious and ethnic, are compounded by natural disasters of widespread drought and famine,and have invited intervention by governments and NGOs.Tony Blair in his speech on the 'Doctrine of the International Community' referred to the suffering of Africa as 'a scar on the conscience of humanity'.But the New World Order's aim of 'good governance'-free elections,a free press,independent judiciary,recognition of human rights,gender equality and effective government free of corruption- seems as far off as ever. Of the many striking examples perhaps Somalia stands out as a failed state- and predatory state to the majority of its peoples-and as a seat of international terror and a society which has even spawned the present scourge of international piracy.International attention on the Horn is not limited to altruism in face of suffering with the burgeoning economic superpowers,China and India,exploiting mineral and land resources.So international rivalry-a traditional factor in the Horn's instability-will continue to haunt both its peoples and the international community. Peter Woodward's survey of the history, and regional and international relations of the Horn of Africa shows the crises have deep historical roots predating present state boundaries. These have been shaped by imperialism, sharpened by independence and by the Cold War. Chaos in the Horn has frustrated the ambitions of the post-Cold War's New World Order. This book is essential reading for all students of history, international relations and policy planners.

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