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Chandler & Co. Series 1 & 2

When Dee Chandler Tate (Barbara Flynn - Miss Potter) and her former sister-in-law Elly (Catherine Russell - Holby City) set up a private detective agency, they have no idea what a dramatic turn their lives will take. Chandler and Co. Series 1 & 2 charts adventures of the rookie detectives and originally aired from 1994 to 1995. It also stars Peter Capaldi (The Thick of It) and Susan Fleetwood (The Buddha of Suburbia) as Chandler's partner in the second series.



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A Picture Of Katherine Mansfield

Katherine Mansfield was a modernist writer known for her short stories. Having been brought up in New Zealand, Mansfield left for London when she was 15 but her life was cut tragically short when she died of tuberculosis aged just 34. A Picture of Katherine Mansfield tells her story in this magnetic series in which each episode includes a dramatisation of a moment in Mansfield's fascinating life and an adaptation of one of her short stories. Vanessa Redgrave (Julia) stars as Mansfield, alongside Jeremy Brett (Sherlock Holmes) and Annette Crosbie (One Foot in the Grave) in this 1973 drama co-written by Robin Chapman (Dalziel and Pascoe).



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3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets

Two cars. 10 bullets. Two lives irrevocably changed. All within 3 1/2 Minutes. The tragic tale of 17-year-old Jordan Davis and an argument over loud music from a car containing a group of black teenagers, that escalated in a flash into shots being fired is told in 3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets.

The fallout of the senseless killing and the subsequent trial of middle-aged white man Michael Dunn is charted in this riveting documentary released in cinemas on 2 October 2015 by Dogwoof.

Awarded a Special Jury Award at Sundance 2015, 3 1/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets directed by Marc Silver (Who Is Dayani Cristal?), is an unflinching look at racism and violence in the USA and how it impacts ordinary families and young black lives. Blending police interrogation footage, real-life courtroom drama, reconstructions of the incident in a garage forecourt alongside moving and intimate interviews with Jordan Davis' parents, the film tells this powerful tale looking at the local implications and its effects on the families and a community. But it also tells a wider story about racism, prejudice and the search for justice within the American judicial system.



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The Key

Drawing upon several key moments of British political history during 20th century, The Key is a BBC Scottish drama written by BAFTA winner Donna Franceschild (Takin' Over the Asylum). First broadcast in 2003, this three-part series focuses on the account of the last century of events through the eyes of one family. Starring Ronni Ancona (The Big Impression) and featuring Ron Donachie (Game of Thrones), The Key is an immensely moving story of three generations of a family struggling to make the best of what they have in difficult circumstances.



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19-2

Precinct 19, car 2. A simple code that can hold the balance between life and death.

The hit new Canadian police drama 19-2 debuts on Spike tonight and gets a DVD release courtesy of RLJ Entertainment's Acorn Label on 21 September 2015. This powerful character study and gritty series revolves around the day-to-day life of two unwilling partners of the Montreal Police Department.

Police officers Nick Barron (Adrian Holmes - Arrow, Continuum) and Ben Chartier (Jared Keeso - Falling Skies, Godzilla) have been thrust into an unwilling partnership after the devastating shooting of Barron's last partner. Nick carries the weight of that shooting with him everyday and isn't planning on committing to the country boy who's fresh to the city anytime soon.



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Microbes and Men

First broadcasted in 1974, the BAFTA nominated drama series Microbes and Men starring Arthur Lowe (Dad's Army), James Grout (Inspector Morse) and Michael Gough (Batman) follows one of the most important and influential scientific researches of The Germ Theory. This six-part drama gives a moving account of the founders of medicine following its revolutionary impact in the 19th Century.



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Get Well Soon

Get Well Soon is a fantastic six-part sitcom, based on how the powerhouse writing team, Ray Galton and Alan Simpson, the men behind Steptoe & Son and Hancock's Half Hour, first met in a Tuberculosis Sanatorium in 1947. It features an all-star cast including Eddie Marsan (Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell), Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), Anita Dobson (Eastenders) and Robert Bathurst (Cold Feet). Roy Osborne (Matthew Cottle - Game On) is admitted to hospital for tuberculosis, for what he thinks will be a short stay, but ends up facing a much longer stay and befriends roommate Brian Clapton (Marsan). The pair must contend with a meddling matchmaking mother, an international espionage investigation, attempts to woo the female patients and a murder plot.



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Mississippi Burning

Based on one of the most notorious race-related murder cases in US history, Alan Parker's (The Commitments), multi-award winning Mississippi Burning gets its first ever UK Blu-ray release courtesy of Second Sight.

This powerful film stars Hollywood heavyweights Gene Hackman (The French Connection), Willem Dafoe (Platoon) and Frances McDormand (Fargo), and arrives in a newly restored edition with a slew of brand new special features on 14 September 2015.

When three civil rights activists go missing deep in Ku Klux Klan territory, the FBI are called in to investigate. Agents Ward (Dafoe) and Anderson (Hackman) are poles apart in their approach, one methodical and by-the-book, the other more cynical with age and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. Facing an uncooperative local police force and a community too afraid to talk, their investigation sparks repercussions as they edge even closer to the truth.



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