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Adapted from the Grantchester Mysteries novels, this fourth season will feature James Norton’s final episodes as character Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, jazz-loving clergyman, and one half of the unlikely crime-fighting duo based in 1950s Grantchester.
It's 1955 and Sidney Chambers, the vicar of the small Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester, is once again aiding the investigations of his best friend, Detective Inspector Geordie Keating.
Amongst the crimes of passion, murderous plots and unexpected tragedies, Sidney has always had the stability of his role in the church to fall back on. But now, much to the dismay of Mrs Maguire and Leonard Finch, that stability is being tested as the love he feels for his long-time sweetheart Amanda puts him at odds with the very institution he serves.
This DVD set includes the 2016 Christmas Special and all six episodes of Season Three.
It's 1953, and Sidney Chambers is vicar of Grantchester, a village just outside Cambridge. Sidney's is a quiet life. Or at least, it has been right up until the moment that murder comes his way...
Pushed into the dangerous world of lies, betrayal and murder, Sidney quickly finds that his insight into the human condition, and the natural trust that he engenders in people, means that he excels in his new position as detective. Joining Sidney as he journeys into this dark world is the affable but world-weary Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, the naive, but well-meaning curate Leonard Finch, and his austere and constantly disapproving housekeeper Mrs Maguire.
But crime isn't the only matter that occupies Sidney. He's smitten with the witty, beautiful, Amanda, but could high society Amanda ever be allowed to marry a lowly country vicar?
Can you still see the best in people when the world of murder asks you to see the worst?
All 30 episodes from six series of the British crime drama starring Robson Green and Hermione Norris. Dr Tony Hill (Green) is a clinical psychologist specialising in serial killers who is called into ongoing cases by ambitious DI Carol Jordan (Norris). Episodes comprise: 'The Mermaids Singing', 'Shadows Rising: Part 1', 'Shadows Rising: Part 2', 'Justice Painted Blind: Part 1', 'Justice Rising: Part 2', 'Still She Cries', 'The Darkness of Light', 'Right to Silence', 'Sharp Compassion', 'Redemption', 'Bad Seed', 'Nothing But the Night', 'Synchronicity', 'Time to Murder and Create', 'Torment', 'Hole in the Heart', 'Wounded Surgeon', 'The Colour of Amber', 'Nocebo', 'The Names of Angels', 'Anything You Can Do', 'Unnatural Vices: Part 1', 'Unnatural Vices: Part 2', 'Falls the Shadow: Part 1', 'Falls the Shadow: Part 2', 'From the Defeated: Part 1', 'From the Defeated: Part 2', 'The Dead Land: Part 1' and 'The Dead Land: Part 2'.
Festive spin-off comedy drama and follow up to the ITV series and specials 'Christmas Lights' (2004), 'Northern Lights' (2006) and 'City Lights' (2007) starring Robson Green and Mark Benton as feuding neighbours Colin and Howie. When Howie is selected to represent the UK at the World Santa Champions in Lithuania, despite the negative spirit he has embraced since his marriage collapsed, the two begin a dispute over who makes a better Santa Claus. However, after much effort, Howie convinces Colin to accompany him dressed as an elf. Filled with doubt in his abilities, Howie's performance in the games gets worse every round and it is up to Colin to help his friend to win the competition and get his life back on track.
Actor and passionate fisherman Robson Green is on a mission to discover the weird, the wonderful and the way-off-limits that the angling world has to offer. Working alongside some of the finest in their field, his exhilarating adventure series Extreme Fishing with Robson Greentakes him to the greatest fishing destinations ever seen; chasing the most elusive and terrifying creatures on the planet, learning new tricks, hearing old stories and eating pretty much everything he catches. From ice fishing in Siberia, mining eggs on the side of an active volcano in Papua New Guinea and struggling with the Mekong Giant Catfish in Thailand, to surviving a Force 10 hurricane on a Canadian trawler, catching a thirty-pound King Salmon in Patagonia and dancing the Salsa in Havana, this is an extraordinary modern-day fishing odyssey with tales of victory, defeat, struggle and joy. Complete with exclusive off-camera capers, top locations and best and worst catches, this laugh-out-loud adventure is jam-packed full of facts, fishing tips and, most importantly, fun.
James Norton reprises his role as Sidney Chambers, the charismatic, charming, crime-fighting clergyman, and Robson Green returns as his partner in crime, Detective Inspector Geordie Keating, in the second season of Grantchester.
It's 1954 and having lain his wartime past to rest, Sidney Chambers is in a good place. Booze and self-doubt have taken a back seat to his duties and congregation. He's growing up, and trying to lead a good life. But things are never easy and when Sidney finds himself wrongly accused of a crime, his unmasking of the real culprit will send shockwaves through the entire village.
Sidney and Geordie's unlikely friendship has blossomed they will do anything for one another but as the story unfolds they will find that loyalty tested to the limit. A vicar keeps people's confidences. A copper is hell bent on exposing them. Will allegiance to the institutions they work for ultimately be Sidney and Geordie's undoing?
All ten episodes from the fifth series of the action drama based on the novel by former Special Forces operative Chris Ryan. In this series, Section 20 continue their globetrotting military missions as Sgts. Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Scott (Sullivan Stapleton) travel to Thailand to find the kidnapped daughter of the British Ambassador where they are caught up in a plot to bomb the embassy. After a North Korean general dies in the blast, Stonebridge and Scott investigate the covert crime syndicate known as Office 39 who planned the attack to provoke a North Korean war with the West.
All six episodes from the second season of the detective drama set in the small Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester.
The series follows respected local vicar Sidney Chambers as he finds himself assisting the gruff Northern police officer Geordie Keating in a number of murder investigations. In this second season, a charge of sexual assault leaves Sidney and Geordie fighting for justice and secrets kept well-hidden by the church are uncovered with horrifying consequences.
Every episode of the action drama series based on the novel by former Special Forces operative Chris Ryan. The first series follows ex-SAS Sergeant John Porter (Richard Armitage) and MI6 officer Hugh Collinson (Andrew Lincoln) seven years after they participated in an operation in which two soldiers were killed. The second series, 'Project Dawn', follows the efforts of Section 20 agents Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), as they try to put an end to an international terrorist group after Porter is kidnapped. The third series, 'Vengeance', finds Section 20 in Africa trying to stop billionaire Conrad Knox (Charles Dance) who aims to use stolen Libyan nuclear devices to further his plans for domination. In the fourth series, 'Shadow Warfare', following the execution of a Section 20 operative in Lebanon by Leo Kamali (Zubin Varla), a member of Al-Zuhari's terrorist organisation, Scott and Stonebridge travel to Columbia to try and take him alive. In the fifth series 'Legacy', Section 20 continue their globetrotting military missions as Sgts. Stonebridge and Scott travel to Thailand to find the kidnapped daughter of the British Ambassador where they are caught up in a plot to bomb the embassy. After a North Korean general dies in the blast, Stonebridge and Scott investigate the covert crime syndicate known as Office 39 who planned the attack to provoke a North Korean war with the West.
A collection of 23 dramas based on the novels of Catherine Cookson: 'The Mallen Secret', 'The Mallen Curse', 'The Mallen Girls', 'The Mallen Streak', 'The Fifteen Streets', 'The Wingless Bird', 'The Round Tower', 'The Black Velvet Gown', 'The Black Candle', 'The Rag Nymph', 'The Moth', 'The Girl', 'The Tide of Life', 'The Glass Virgin', 'The Gambling Man', 'The Man Who Cried', 'The Cinder Path', 'The Dwelling Place', 'The Colour Blind', 'The Tilly Trotter', 'The Storyteller', 'The Secret' and 'Dinner of Herbs'.
Every episode from series 1-4 of the action drama based on the novel by former Special Forces operative Chris Ryan. The first series follows ex-SAS Sergeant John Porter (Richard Armitage) and MI6 officer Hugh Collinson (Andrew Lincoln) seven years after they participated in an operation in which two soldiers were killed. Porter is redrafted to save a British journalist who has been abducted, the Zimbabwe government holds the UK responsible for a plot to kill President Mugabe and a computer hacker kills a number of American troops. The second series, 'Project Dawn', follows the efforts of Section 20 agents Michael Stonebridge (Philip Winchester) and Damien Scott (Sullivan Stapleton), as they try to put an end to an international terrorist group after Porter is kidnapped. The third series, 'Vengeance', finds Section 20 in Africa trying to stop billionaire Conrad Knox (Charles Dance) who aims to use stolen Libyan nuclear devices to further his plans for domination. In the fourth series, 'Shadow Warfare', following the execution of a Section 20 operative in Lebanon by Leo Kamali (Zubin Varla), a member of Al-Zuhari's terrorist organisation, Scott and Stonebridge travel to Columbia to try and take him alive.
Robson Green presents this eight-part series in which he journeys around his home county of Northumberland. Robson explores the county and its history as he camps in Britain's remotest location, visits Hadrian's Wall and Alnwick Castle, travels through the countryside and coastline and talks to some Northumbrians along the way.
In Touching Evil, Detective Inspector Dave Creegan and his partner Susan Taylor - of the Organised and Serial Crime Unit - deal with crimes involving the seamier side of human nature.
Their cases include a serial killer with a predilection for the scalps of young women, a tortured relief-worker bent on exorcising demons carried back from Bosnia, and an international ring of black-market adoption agencies.
This box set includes every episode from the first three seasons of the show.
With his calls to Carol Jordan going unanswered and with the appeal courts investigating his influence in a previous case, Tony must once again pit himself against the horrific serial killers stalking the northern town of Bradfield.
Actor-turned-fisherman Robson Green returns to pit his skills against some of the toughest fishing challenges Borneo, Mongolia, Japan and the Solomon Islands have to offer.
Both series of the popular ITV comedy drama starring Robson Green and Mark Benton. Happily married to sisters, living next door to each other and even working for the same company, Howie (Benton) and Colin (Green) test their friendship and their wives' patience to the limit as they strive to outdo each others achievements. 'Northern Lights' includes six episodes plus the bonus 'Christmas Lights' episode. In 'City Lights', on a Saturday shopping trip in Manchester's city centre, the boys get into a row over a parking space with an aggressive stranger. They are forced to back off, and with the incident soon forgotten, they sneak off to the pub whilst their wives Jackie (Nicola Stephenson) and Pauline (Sian Reeve), are otherwise engaged. But when the mysterious stranger is gunned down in front of their eyes, the boys become the only witnesses to a vicious gangland execution. And before they have a chance to argue about whose fault it is, they are informed that their own lives are in danger and they will have to join the Witness Protection Programme - leaving behind everything they know and starting new lives with their families in London.
More drama from Robson Green and Hermione Norris in the second television series adapted from the novels by Val McDermid. Dr Tony Hill (Green) is a clinical psychologist who is called into another ongoing case by ambitious DI Carol Jordan (Norris)...
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