A humorous sign for those days when your head and body can’t deal with colleagues or family following a heavy night! Bright yellow and tall it is a warning sign that cannot be missed!
This box-set includes four documentaries that focus on the music and personal life of The Beatle during their early years. These documentaries feature The Beatles and many of there closet friends and colleagues. It also includes music from all their biggest hits. The boxset Includes the following documentaries: The Red Album, The Blue Album, The Beatles in America, Up Close and Personal.
At a remote glacier drilling station on the outskirts of the arctic circle, two young researchers wake up to discover that their station base camp has been mysteriously abandoned with no sign of their team anywhere. As the arctic weather worsens and darkness descends the base is shaken by ear-splitting screams and flashing lights. Believing these to be signs of their missing colleagues the pair head out into the darkness frantically following a trail of blood in the snow, not knowing what they will find at the other end…
Crime investigations against a stunning seaside backdrop are at the heart of this entertaining new drama series following a high-flying solicitor who returns to live and work in the small town she escaped as a teenager. As coroner, Jane Kennedy’s job is to investigate sudden or unexplained deaths in this beautiful English coastal community. With a new and intriguing case to investigate in each episode, starting with the discovery of a body, Jane finds herself having to work with old flame Davey Higgins, who is now the local detective sergeant. The Coroner combines mystery and potential danger with the warm, lighthearted tone of Jane’s relationships with her colleagues, family and the local community. While Jane is talented and tenacious in seeking justice for the dead, her personal life is a bit more haphazard!
Teachers is back for a new term, following the lives, loves and timetables of a group of perpetually juvenile teachers as they deal with teenage angst, fragile relationships, neurosis...and parents evenings.The staff and pupils of Summerdown Comprehensive have been forced to merge with a neighbouring school which results in a typical playground them and us divide. Despite the cool reception from the existing teachers Ben, Damien and Ewan, Penny wastes no time in trying to seduce one of them. New Bob loses his position as Head of English to the young and sexy Ewan - and displays a level of bitterness towards his successor normally reserved for his ex-wife.Clare secures her position as Head Teacher and following a brief encounter with 'hung-like-a-donkey' Bob, has developed an appetite for English teachers. And Lindsay is trying to convince her new colleagues that she's not pregnant, just fat.The series climaxes with a Christmas Special - and what better way to celebrate the festive season than with the first Teachers' wedding and an Ofsted inspection.This release contains episodes 1-9 of Series Four.Special Features:None Listed.
Starring Gael Garcia Bernal (Amores Perros, Y Tu Mama Tambien), this is the inspiring, Oscar-nominated true story of the advertising executives who fought a dictator with an advertising campaign. Chile, 1988. International pressure forces dictator General Pinochet to call for a referendum on his presidency. Brash young advertising executive Rene Saavedra (Bernal) spearheads the opposition campaign, but after years of 'disappearances' and threats to himself and his colleagues, can they really win the election using happiness? NO is the concluding part of highly acclaimed director Pablo Larrain's Pinochet trilogy following on from Tony Manero and Post Mortem. Special Features: Behind The Scenes UK press interview with Pablo Larrain 56th BFI London Film Festival Q&A with Pablo Larrain Theatrical trailer UK Screening Q&A with Gael Garcia Bernal and Eugenio Garcia Amnesty International UK Interview with Gael Garcia Bernal Image Gallery
The Ludwig Museum – Museum of Contemporary Art aims at being:professional in researching, collecting, presenting, mediating and propagating contemporary art, open-minded towards new ideas and perspectives, multi-colored in terms of the exhibited artists and artworks, the hosting of events and activities, as well as in terms of the presentation of the allied artsactive in finding new partners, cooperative parties, and sponsors.Our daily work is realized along the following principles:The Ludwig Museum’s collection building, exhibitions and events aim at enabling a wider public to form a closer acquaintance with contemporary art, as well as the preservation of its values.Professional activities are performed by specifically qualified colleagues. We make regular re-assessment of our goals and achievements and we are open to changes if the need arises.
In the early days of criminal investigation, before guilt and innocence were determined by forensic science, there was a detective, “a man of mystery”, with an uncanny ability to read the human character and an unswerving instinct for the truth. In Victorian England, justice depended onThe Suspicions of Mr Whicher. Beyond the Pale Whicher is hired by his one-time political master, the former Home Secretary, Sir Edward Shore, to investigate violent threats made against his son, who has recently returned from India with his young family. Sir Edward is desperate to avoid a damaging scandal and, even after a murder, refuses to let Whicher involve his former colleagues in the Metropolitan Police. Whicher’s quest for justice, takes him into the most dangerous corners of London’s docks and to the exposure of a terrible crime and brings him into contact with a woman who touches his heart. The Ties That Bind Commissioned by a wealthy west-country landowner, Sir Henry Coverley, private inquiry agent, Jack Whicher reluctantly takes on a divorce case, following Sir Henry’s young wife as she meets her lover for a romantic assignation in London. But one of the key witnesses mysteriously fails to attend the divorce court and an apparently simple case of adultery spirals into something darker, which leads Whicher into the heart of the English countryside and to the uncovering of the most disturbing and destructive of secrets.