Petrolheads Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May embark on a 1600-mile trip through Patagonia in this special episode from the BBC motoring series. The trio journey through Chile and Argentina to a lodge once occupied by Butch Cassidy in their respective Porsche 928, Ford Mustang and Lotus Esprit. The team's final goal is to reach the world's southernmost city of Ushuaia to take on the Argentines in a game of car football, but as ever the explorers encounter trouble along the way.
The first three series of the sitcom created by and starring Chris O'Dowd following a 12-year-old boy and his imaginary friend in a small Irish town. Young Martin (David Rawle), the youngest member of the Moone family, has a unique outlook on life. With his imaginary friend, Seán (O'Dowd), on hand to help him, he negotiates everyday life and the troubles it brings. Series 1 episodes are: 'Men of the Houses', 'Bunch of Marys', 'Another Prick in the Wall', 'Dark Side of the Moone', 'Godfellas' and 'The Bell-End of an Era'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Boylé, Boylé, Boylé', 'Moone Dance', 'Ghost Raft', 'Handball Duel', 'Stags and Hens' and 'The Boyle Wedding'. Series 3 episodes are: 'Where the Streets Do Have Names', 'The Plunder Years', 'Fecks, Lies and Videotape', 'Unidentified Feckin' Objects', 'Bells 'n' Smells' and 'A Bucket List for George Gershwin'.
Box set containing the complete BBC natural history series examining life beneath the world's oceans. 'The Blue Planet' presents an overview of the programmes to come, offering a sense of the amazing variety and complexity of the underwater kingdom. 'The Deep' explores the deepest depths of the oceans and looks at the predators which live there. 'Open Ocean' examines the stretches of deserted sea where very little life can be found, except some of the most dangerous predators of all. In 'Frozen Seas' life in the Arctic seas is compared with life in the Antarctic. 'Seasonal Seas' looks at the way the sun effects the marine environment in the temperate seas. 'Coral Seas' examines the way coral reefs are formed, the life which flourishes among them, and the destruction which ultimately comes their way. In 'Tidal Seas' the series examines tidal movements and their effect upon marine life. And finally 'Coasts' looks at the way underwater life uses the regions above the tide line, a habitat which holds few indigenous species but plays host to many visitors. Also included are two special episodes: 'Making Waves', a look at some of the characters who helped bring the series to the screen; and 'Deep Trouble', an investigation of man's relation to the sea.
The entire collection of surviving episodes of Jimmy Perry and David Croft's classic wartime comedy based around the Home Guard in Walmington-on-Sea, which was broadcast from 1969 to 1977. Includes all nine surviving episodes from the first and second series and the complete series 3-9.
All 20 episodes of the classic sitcom, starring Ronnie Barker and Richard Beckinsale, set in Slade Prison. Small-time career criminal Fletcher (Barker) takes first-timer Godber (Beckinsale) under his wing to show him the ropes, all the while trying to get one over on officious prison officer Mr Mackay (Fulton Mackay). Season 1 episodes are: 'New Faces, Old Hands', 'The Hustler', 'A Night In', 'A Day Out', 'Ways and Means' and 'Men Without Women'. Season 2 episodes are: 'Just Desserts', 'Heartbreak Hotel', 'Disturbing the Peace', 'Happy Release', 'The Harder They Fall' and 'No Peace for the Wicked'. Season 3 episodes are: 'A Storm in a Teacup', 'Poetic Justice', 'Rough Justice', 'Pardon Me', 'A Test of Character' and 'Final Stretch'. Also included are the 1975 and 1976 Christmas specials 'No Way Out' and 'The Desperate Hours'.