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    Ancient Worlds

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    Ancient Worlds

    $12.00
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    Giles And Sue Live The Good Life

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    Giles And Sue Live The Good Life

    $8.00
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    Racism: A History

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    Racism: A History

    Racism: A History is a three-part British documentary series originally broadcast on BBC Four in March 2007.

    It was part of the season of programmes broadcast on the BBC marking the 200th anniversary of the Slave Trade Act 1807, a landmark piece of legislation which abolished the slave trade in the British Empire. The series explores the impact of racism on a global scale and chronicles the shifts in the perception of race and the history of racism in Europe, the Americas, Australia and Asia. The series was narrated by Sophie Okonedo.

    $24.00
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    Madagascar

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    Madagascar

    Over 80 per cent of Madagascar’s animals and plants are found nowhere else on Earth. Discover what made Madagascar so different from the rest of the world, and how evolution ran wild here.

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    E numbers: An Edible Adventure

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    E numbers: An Edible Adventure

    $8.00
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    Renaissance Revolution

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    Renaissance Revolution

    $8.00
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    How TV Ruined Your Life

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    How TV Ruined Your Life

    How TV Ruined Your Life is a six-episode BBC Two television series written and presented by Charlie Brooker. Charlie Brooker, whose earlier TV-related programmes include How to Watch Television, Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe and You Have Been Watching, examines how the medium has bent reality to fit its own ends. Produced by Zeppotron, the series aired its first episode in January 2011.

    $8.00
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    The Bear Family & Me

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    The Bear Family & Me

    ‘The Bear Family & Me’ was a three-part nature documentary series produced by the BBC Natural History Unit. It follows wildlife cameraman Gordon Buchanan as he spends a year with a family of wild black bears, under the guidance of biologists Lynn Rogers and Sue Mansfield of the North American Bear Centre.

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    Climbing Great Buildings

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    Climbing Great Buildings

    Climbing Great Buildings is a British television series made for the BBC by ITN Productions. The series, first broadcast on BBC Two in autumn 2010, consists of fifteen half-hour programmes each featuring one famous British structure from the last 1000 years.

    The presentation team use rock climbing techniques to access internal and external parts of each building to illustrate construction techniques and materials and other details not usually visible. The team consists of the architect Dr Jonathan Foyle, the climber Lucy Creamer and camera operator Ian Burton, assisted by a rigging team. Foyle is known for his television presentations of architectural history, which subject he also teaches for Cambridge University’s International Division. Creamer is an experienced climber and as well as providing expert advice and encouragement to Foyle, she acts as a sounding-board for his on-site explanations.

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    Whites

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    Whites

    Whites was a BBC sitcom, written by Oliver Lansley and Matt King, directed by David Kerr, and starring Alan Davies as the executive chef at a country house hotel. BBC Two gave the go ahead for the show to go into production in August 2009 with the first episode airing in September 2010. Whites aired for six episodes in 2010. On 1 March 2011 Davies announced that the BBC would not be renewing Whites for another series.

    $8.00
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    Jancis Robinson's Wine Course

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    Jancis Robinson’s Wine Course

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    Roger & Val Have Just Got In

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    Roger & Val Have Just Got In

    Roger & Val Have Just Got In is a British sitcom that stars Dawn French and Alfred Molina playing married couple Roger and Val Stevenson. The show premiered on BBC Two on 6 August 2010 and six episodes were broadcast for the first series. The show was created by Dawn French, directed by Jamie Rafn, and written by Beth Kilcoyne and Emma Kilcoyne.

    Each episode is set in the half hour after Roger and Val arrive home from work. Episodes play out in real time with no laughter track. The deeper issues in the couple’s lives are often underplayed by being glossed over in conversation. The longing for escape is a trait prevalent in both characters’ personalities.

    Episode by episode, the series gradually permits the viewer an insight into the reality of Roger and Val’s life. Underneath the mundane middle aged couple’s daily routine, the viewer becomes aware of a real heartache which both characters avoid talking about but which has altered their life fundamentally: the death of their infant son Christopher. The screenwriters include subtle hints in regard to Roger and Val’s heartache – a photo of Val holding a baby, for example – rather than introduce the topic directly. Over the series the viewer slowly realises that both Roger and Val’s lives have been devastated.

    $8.00
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