September 26, 2016

New from Network DVD

Upcoming DVD titles from NetworkDVD from 15th March to 22nd March 2010.

15th March 2010
The Bill – Volume 4 – Starring fan favourites Sgt. Cryer (Eric Richard), W.P.C. Ackland (Trudie Goodwin), Det. Sgt. Ted Roach (Tony Scannell) and Christopher Ellison as the irascible D.I. Burnside, this two-disc set contains 13 consecutive episodes of the half-hour series.

London’s Burning – Series 13 – The firefighters of Blackwall Station’s Blue Watch are back on duty in the ever-popular, award-winning drama from LWT.

Moody and Pegg – Series 1 – Starring Judy Cornwell (Keeping Up Appearances) as disillusioned civil servant Daphne and Derek Waring (Z-Cars) as the determinedly carefree Roland. Also starring Peter Denyer (Please, Sir!), Terence Alexander (Bergerac) and Tony Selby (Get Some In!). Cleverly scripted by noted television writers Julia Jones and Donald Churchill (Armchair Theatre, The Duchess of Duke Street).

The Nation’s Health– Scripted by the award-winning G.F. Newman – best-known for 1979’s controversial Law and Order as well as more recent successes like Judge John Deed and New Street Law. This acclaimed, hard-hitting four-part series examined the failings of the NHS screened on Channel 4 in 1983 – when the consequences of health service cuts were becoming increasingly apparent, and for-profit culture loomed large.

22nd March 2010
Emergency – Ward 10 – Volume 3 – Britain’s first medical soap opera. Between 1957 and 1967 it regularly pulled in audiences in excess of 15 million and spawned two spin-off programmes and a feature-film adaptation.

A Mind To Kill – Series 2 – This gritty and darkly authentic detective thriller set in South Wales stars Philip Madoc (The Life and Times of David Lloyd George).



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