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All 29 episodes of the medical comedy sitcom written by Eric 'Rising Damp' Chappell. Episodes comprise: 'A Bed With a View', 'Operation Norman', 'The Rumour', 'The Man With the Face', 'Let Them Eat Cake', 'Tangled Web', 'Is There a Doctor in the House?', 'Whatever Happened to Gloria Robbins?', 'Where There's a Will', 'It Can Damage Your Health', 'The Cosmic Influence', 'The Visitors', 'The Lost Sheep', 'Last Tango', 'A Day in the Life Of', 'The Right Honourable Gentleman', 'Adam's Rib', 'Postman's Knock', 'Accident', 'Dear Diary', 'These You Have Loved', 'Blood Brothers', 'Conduct Unbecoming', 'All in the Mind', 'In Sickness and in Health', 'Escape', 'When Did You Last See Your Father?' and 'The Reunion'.
All 14 episodes from the second series of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama, starring David Tennant as the latest incarnation of the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the tenth Doctor takes companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) to New Earth and struggles to overcome the effects of regeneration. In the opening Christmas episode London is deluged by Santa Claus impersonators and Christmas trees intent on malice. Mankind is threatened by a planetary invasion and there's only the Prime Minister to battle it out. The episodes are: 'The Christmas Invasion', 'New Earth', 'Tooth and Claw', 'School Reunion', 'The Girl in the Fireplace', 'Rise of the Cybermen', 'The Age of Steel', 'The Idiot's Lantern', 'The Impossible Planet', 'The Satan Pit', 'Love and Monsters', 'Fear Her', 'Army of Ghosts' and 'Doomsday'.
All 14 second-series episodes of re-launched BBC television sci-fi classic, written chiefly by Russell T. Davies and starring David Tennant as the latest incarnation of the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the tenth Doctor, takes companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) to New Earth and struggles to overcome the effects of regeneration. In the opening Christmas episode London is deluged by Santa Claus impersonators and Christmas trees intent on malice. Mankind is threatened by a planetary invasion and there's only the Prime Minister to battle it out. Episodes are: 'The Christmas Invasion,' 'New Earth,' 'Tooth And Claw,' 'School Reunion,' 'The Girl In The Fireplace,' 'Rise Of The Cybermen,' 'TheAge of Steel,' 'The Idiot's Lantern,' 'The Impossible Planet,' 'The Satan Pit,' 'Love & Monsters,' 'Fear Her,' 'Army Of Ghosts' and 'Doomsday.'
All 13 episodes from the first series of the relaunched sci-fi adventure drama, written by Russell T. Davies and starring Christopher Eccleston as the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the Doctor meets new companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) while saving her from the living-plastic Nestene Consciousness, before taking her on adventures through time and space, where she meets Charles Dickens (Simon Callow), tries to save her father from dying when she was a child, and helps the Doctor and Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) battle the evil Daleks and save the world. The episodes are: 'Rose', 'The End of the World', 'The Unquiet Dead', 'Aliens of London', 'World War Three', 'Dalek', 'The Long Game', 'Father's Day', 'The Empty Child', 'The Doctor Dances', 'Boom Town', 'Bad Wolf' and 'The Parting of the Ways'.
Free Will: Art and power on Shakespeare's stage is a study of theatre and sovereignty that situates Shakespeare's plays in the contraflow between two absolutisms of early modern England: the aesthetic and the political. Starting from the dramatist's cringing relations with his princely patrons, Richard Wilson considers the ways in which this 'bending author' identifies freedom in failure and power in weakness by staging the endgames of a sovereignty that begs to be set free from itself. The arc of Shakespeare's career becomes in this comprehensive new interpretation a sustained resistance to both the institutions of sacred kingship and literary autonomy that were emerging in his time. In a sequence of close material readings, Free Will shows how the plays instead turn command performances into celebrations of an art without sovereignty, which might 'give delight' but 'hurt not', and 'leave not a rack behind'. Free Will is a profound rereading of Shakespeare, art and power that will contribute to thinking not only about the plays, but also about aesthetics, modernity, sovereignty and violence. -- .
David Jason stars in this British comedy series as Peter Barnes, the hapless victim of bureaucracy. Throughout the series, Peter comes up against many hurdles while he tries to get things done for him and his wife Sheila (Jacqueline Clarke). Will there ever be an end to the frustrations which surround him at every junction? The supporting cast includes Richard Wilson and Alun Armstrong.
Richard E. Grant plays a successful advertising executive who cracks up while trying to think up a campaign for a new spot cream. He then develops a spot himself, which soon enough grows a face and begins talking to him.
All 13 episodes of the relaunched version of the BBC television sci-fi classic, written by Russell T. Davies and starring Christopher Eccleston as the legendary Time Lord. In this series, the Doctor meets new companion Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) while saving her from the living-plastic Nestene Consciousness, before taking her on adventures through time and space, where she meets Charles Dickens (Simon Callow), tries to save her father from dying when she was a child, and helps the Doctor and Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) battle the evil Daleks and save the world. Episodes are: 'Rose'; 'The End of the World'; 'The Unquiet Dead'; 'Aliens of London'; 'World War Three'; 'Dalek'; 'The Long Game'; 'Father's Day'; 'The Empty Child'; 'The Doctor Dances'; 'Boom Town'; 'Bad Wolf'; and 'The Parting of the Ways'.
Richard Wilson presents this humorous look back at the life of a National Service conscript. Using excerpts from sitcoms including 'Get Some In' and films such as 'Carry On Sergeant', the film takes a light-hearted look at what life was like for those able-bodied young men who, between 1948 and 1960, were required to spend two years in either the army, navy or air force.
All 12 episodes of the satirical 1980s sitcom about life on the tabloid side of Fleet Street. Robert Hardy stars as muck-raking editor Russell Spam, forever battling his superior, Harold Stringer (Geoffrey Palmer), who tries but fails to maintain what he sees as the 'dignity' of the press. Series 1 episodes are: 'The Tell-Tale Head', 'The Modern Prometheus', 'Beyond the Infinite', 'Casting the Runes', 'The Slaughter of the Innocent' and 'The Respectable Prostitute'. Series 2 episodes are: 'Religion of the People', 'The Joker to the Thief', 'The Hydra's Head', 'The Twilight Zone', 'Crown of Thorns' and 'Unleash the Kracken'.
The quintessential explosive pensioner Victor Meldew (Richard Wilson) features in a collection of Christmas specials. Good will to all men be damned, it's a day like any other for Meldrew and, as such, as good as any other to moan eternally and get everything off your chest.
Contains the Christmas Special Starbound, first aired in 1996, and the 1997 episode Endgame. With classic Meldrew moments such as The Man In The Shed, the Identity Parade and many more.
Using an evidence-based approach, Drug Abuse Prevention: A School and Community Partnership, Third Edition teaches students and practitioners the important concepts and skills needed to design effective drug prevention programs. Written to cover more than just the facts about drugs, this text provides a background of drug use and abuse, presents the principles and skills of prevention, with particular focus on adolescents and school settings, and reinforces the importance of schools forming community partnerships with key institutions and the application of policy tools to enhance the impact of education alone. Twelve years and three editions later, this text continues to be a reliable source for preparing future drug educators and prevention specialists.
All six episodes of the cult BBC Scotland comedy drama series penned by John Byrne. Over-the-hill Scottish rockers The Majestics are all set to embark on their farewell tour when their lead singer, Big Jazza McGlone, is killed in a car accident. At his funeral the group's manager, Eddie Clockerty (Richard Wilson), persuades Jazza's younger brother Danny (Robbie Coltrane) to join the band as a replacement. Emma Thompson co-stars as fellow band member and all-round sharp cookie Suzi Kettles.
All 13 episodes from the fifth series of the BBC fantasy drama set in the mythical city of Camelot. The show follows the relationship between the young King Arthur (Bradley James) and Merlin (Colin Morgan), the wise sorcerer who guides him to power and beyond. In this series, a number of unexplained disappearances in a remote northern kingdom compel Arthur and his knights to investigate. But are they journeying towards danger? The episodes are: 'Arthur's Bane: Part One', 'Arthur's Bane: Part Two', 'The Death Song of Uther Pendragon', 'Another's Sorrow', 'The Disir', 'The Dark Tower', 'A Lesson in Vengeance', 'The Hollow Queen', 'With All My Heart', 'The Kindness of Strangers', 'The Drawing of the Dark', 'The Diamond of the Day: Part One' and 'The Diamond of the Day: Part Two'.
All 36 episodes from the popular drama series starring Michael French. GP Arthur Gilder (James Bolam) has lived in the Lancashire village of Ormston all of his life. His son Tom (French), who is also a doctor, lives in Manchester. Arthur misses his family and is determined to hand the practice over to Tom. However, following in his father's footsteps is the last thing on Tom's mind - until he retraces his steps to the picturesque home where he grew up. Episodes comprise: 'The Best Man', 'Nothing Like the Son', 'The Inspector Calls', 'Buried Treasure', 'Brother in Arms', 'Judgment Day', 'Lost Souls', 'Home to Roost', 'Blood Relations', 'Fertility Rites', 'His Brother's Keeper', 'Old Flames', 'The Miracle of Ormston', 'The Magnificent Colin', 'The Last Hurrah', (Part 1)', 'The Last Hurrah (Part 2)', 'A Very Ormston Christmas', 'A Little Touch of Harry', 'No Regrets', 'A Small Flourish', 'Thick As Thieves', 'The Doctor Is Now Departing', 'And Is There Honey Still for Tea?', 'More Than You Know', 'A House Divided', 'Something Old', 'The Great Leap Forward', 'Flying Home', 'Community Spirits', 'Never Seek to Tell', 'Apple Day', 'The Milk of Human Kindness', 'Love Is Where It Falls', 'The Element of Surprise', 'A Wrathful God' and 'Someone to Watch Over Me'.
Animated comedy adventure featuring the voice talents of Michael Caine, James McAvoy, Emily Blunt and Patrick Stewart. Shakespeare's timeless story of doomed love is transposed to the surprisingly hazardous world of the suburban front lawn as lovestruck garden gnomes Gnomeo (voiced by McAvoy) and Juliet (Blunt) find themselves caught up in a feud between the next-door neighbours to whom they belong. Can they find a way to be together despite the many everyday garden obstacles that seem to stand in their way?
Australian director Sean Byrne writes and directs this blood-soaked indie horror. When troubled high school heartthrob Brent (Xavier Samuel) turns down an invitation to the school prom from his highly-strung classmate Lola (Robin McLeavy), she enlists the help of her psychopathic father (John Brumpton) to execute a sadistic and brutal revenge upon him.
Across Guatemala, Mayan peoples are struggling to recover from decades of cataclysmic upheaval--religious conversions, civil war, displacement, military repression. Richard Wilson carried out long-term research with Q'eqchi'-speaking Mayas in the province of Alta Verapaz to ascertain how these events affected social organization and identity. He finds that their rituals of fertility and healing--abandoned in the 1970s during Catholic and Protestant evangelizations--have been reinvented by an ethnic revivalist movement led by Catholic lay activists, who seek to renovate the earth cult in order to create a new pan-Q'eqchi' ethnic identity.
Explores the network of social, political and spiritual connections in north west England as a site for regional drama, introducing the reader to the non-metropolitan theatre spaces which formed a vital part of early modern dramatic activity. Uses the possibility that Shakespeare began his theatrical career to provide a range of new contexts for reading his plays. Examines the contexts in which the apprentice dramatist would have worked, providing new insight into regional performance, touring theatre & the patronage of the Earls of Derby. Examines the experiences of Catholic families and the way in which Lancashire's status as a Catholic stronghold led to conflict with central government's attempts to create a united state.. All this feeds into innovative readings of individual plays such as Twelfth Night, Romeo and Juliet and A Midsummer Night's Dream. -- .
Over the centuries, mankind has slowly reduced the risks and hazards that even as recently as a century ago kept life expectancy to a mere 45 years. Our average lifespan has improved to 77 years by remarkable progress in public health and safety. But with this improvement has come a demand for greater efforts to improve both life expectancy and the quality of life. The first edition of this book, published in 1982, was a pioneer in the development of logical, yet simple, analytic tools for discussion of the risks which we all face. This new edition, revised, expanded, and illustrated in detail, should be of value both to professionals in the field and to those who wish to understand these vital issues.
Since 1888, Rangers and Celtic football clubs have been locked into an intense and frequently explosive rivalry: Rangers the product of West Scotland's Protestant establishment, Celtic the team founded to raise money for the Catholic underclass of Glasgow. On 2 January 2010 the two teams met in the Old Firm's New Year Derby, a fixture that had been banned for ten years because of the trouble it brought with it. Richard Wilson puts that game at the centre of a book which delves into the history and widens out to the cultural resonance of the fixture within Scotland. It is a potent mix of close-up observation and big-picture thinking, with insight, understanding and depth.
This book is designed to provide practising GPs with all the information needed to manage cancer patients. It deals with the full range of relevant issues from the point of diagnosis through treatment, recovery, rehabilitation and palliation where appropriate. This book covers the full breadth of cancer care in the community in one easy-to-access volume. In addition to the core text, this volume also contains a wealth of 'extras' which make all the difference, such as helpful tips, self-help strategies for patients, patient experience information, frequently asked questions, and links with quality payments available through the new GMS contract.
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