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26th February 2009 09:47:00
Posted by Dave Foster

2 Entertain in March

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Here is a look ahead at what 2 Entertain have coming to UK DVD in March...

2nd March 2009

Charles Darwin & The Tree of Life - £15.65 RRP – Passionate Darwinian Sir David Attenborough shares his personal views on the genius of evolution in this one-off documentary. The only extra is Darwin’s Struggle (Origin of the Species).

9th March 2009

Brideshead Revisited - DVD and Blu-ray – Details here.

Antonio Carluccio’s Southern Italian Feast - £19.56 RRP – This series is a cookery show, a travelogue and a love letter to Italy. A 2-disc set, the series is joined by the 1 hour special Carluccio and the Leopard in which the show’s host Antonio Carluccio travels to Sicily to discover more about the great modern Italian novel, The Leopard by Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa.

Moses Jones - £15.65 RRP – This crime thriller set amongst London’s Ugandan community comes to DVD with extras that include: The Making of Moses Jones, The Music of Moses Jones and 2 music videos of songs used in the series.

16th March 2009

Doctor Who: Attack of the Cybermen - Details here.

The IT Crowd Series 3 - £19.56 RRP – The third series of this Channel 4 sitcom from Graham Linehan arrives on DVD with extras that include: Deleted Scenes, Outtakes, Set Tour, Interview with Graham Linehan, Cracking the IT Crowd feature and Audio Commentary with Graham Linehan. There is also a box-set with all three series that will be priced at £29.35 RRP.

Pride and Prejudice (Special Edition) - £19.56 RRP - Colin Firth, Jennifer Ehle, Alison Steadman and Julia Sawalha star in this adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel by Andrew Davies. The series was recently restored frame-by-frame and released on Blu-ray back in October ’08, this is that same restoration released as a 2-Disc Special Edition DVD with extras including a retrospective with interviews from screenwriter Andrew Davies and costume designer Dinah Collin.

Nature’s Great Events - £24.46 RRP – Using the same shooting techniques as Planet Earth this nature documentary series narrated by Sir David Attenborough aims to capture the Earth’s most dramatic and epic wildlife spectacles and the intimate stories of the animals caught up in them. The set includes six ten-minute making of featurettes (one for each episode).

23rd March 2009

Wallace and Gromit – A Matter of Loaf and Death - DVD and Blu-ray – Details here.

Top Gear The Great Adventures 2 - £19.56 RRP – This set includes two more adventures from the Top Gear team - Top Gear Vietnam Special and a director’s cut of Top Gear Botswana Special. Both feature commentaries from executive producer Any Wilman plus crew, deleted scenes and behind-the-scenes photo gallery.

In Sickness and In Health Series 3 - £15.65 RRP – The third series of the Til Death Do Us Part sequel with Warren Mitchell as Alf Garnett. There are no extras.

Tripods Series 1 & 2 - £39.99 RRP – Based on the classic novels by John Christopher and first broadcast in 1984 in a primetime BBC1 slot, this sci-fi series comes to DVD with extras that include: BBC Documentary – The Cult of Tripods, BBC photo gallery, a booklet about the unmade Series 3, and 30 minutes of specially composed, previously unreleased original score for Series 3, by composer Ken Freeman.

Yellowstone - £19.99 RRP – This three-part natural history series explores the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. The only extra is “Yellowstone People”.

30th March 2009

Mistresses Series 2 - £19.56 RRP – This second series of this drama comes to DVD with a 30-minute interview piece “Sex, Lies and Infidelity”.

Roary the Racing Car’s Musical Mayhem - £12.71 RRP – This children’s programme comes to DVD with 2 sing-a-longs and a Roary game.

Chuggington: Let’s Ride the Rails! - £12.99 RRP – This computer animated preschool series comes to DVD with Chuggington Virtual World Tour and 2 PC games – colouring pages and Dancing with Zephie.
About Dave Foster
Dave has been loitering the virtual halls of TDF for a decade now and the majority of that time has been spent as Editor of the Home Cinema section (formerly DVDTimes). He doesn't contribute reviews anywhere near as much as he once did (or indeed would like to) but when he does it will invariably be something in the anime or Asian film area.


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