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23/11/2020 All Creatures Great and Small DVD release
05/10/2020 Mystery Road Series 2 & Series 1&2 Box Set DVD & digital release
30/09/2020 Acorn TV September 2020 Highlights
28/09/2020 The Strangers Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set release
21/09/2020 Taken Down on Acorn TV
17/09/2020 The Bureau Seasons 1- 5
03/09/2020 The Sounds on Acorn TV
31/08/2020 Acorn TV August 2020 Highlights
31/08/2020 Walkabout Limited Edition Blu-ray Box Set release

Beloved classic All Creatures Great and Small's record breaking remake arrives on DVD 23 November

Beloved classic All Creatures Great and Small - based on the life and times of veterinary surgeon and writer James Herriot (aka James Alfred Wight OBE) - gets a brand spanking new remake with all the charm of the original, arriving on DVD 23 November 2020 courtesy of Acorn Media International, following its record breaking run on Channel 5. Launching to a whopping 5 million viewers, the series is their #1 British drama ever and highest rated programme so far this year.

Newcomer Nicholas Ralph plays the young vet who is taken under the wing of renowned veterinary surgeon Seigfried Farnon (Samuel West - Darkest Hour, Mr Selfridge) in the stunning countryside of 1940s Yorkshire.

As James settles in to rural professional life, he must prove himself and his credentials under Siegfried's watchful eye, all whilst trying not to be distracted by Siegfried's unruly younger brother Tristan (Callum Woodhouse - The Durrells, Cold Feet), stern housekeeper Mrs Hall (Anna Madeley - Deadwater Fell, Patrick Melrose), and beautiful farmer Helen Alderson (Rachel Shenton - White Gold, Hollyoaks) with whom romance may be on the cards...

Featuring a menagerie of guest stars including screen legend the late Diana Rigg (Game of Thrones, Victoria), Nigel Havers (Chariots of Fire, Coronation Street), Matthew Lewis (Harry Potter, Ripper Street), Philip Gascoyne (The ABC Murders, Peaky Blinders) and Naomi Radcliffe (Three Girls, Coronation Street), our vet heroes must handle everything from horses with injured hooves, feline mix-ups, milk-fever, Mrs Pumphrey's Pekingese Tricky Woo, and of course classic calfing scenes, there's something for every animal lover.

All Creatures Great and Small will love this feel-good, fun family show.

'Handsomely produced gentle drama...all rolling hills and timeless charm...a breath of fresh air - both literally and figuratively'



'Irresistible. Always has been, always will be'

Mail on Sunday

Gripping outback noir Mystery Road Series 2, guest starring The Bridge's Sofia Helin, arrives on DVD & digital 5 October

Lauded as 'Australia's answer to True Detective' ( for its first gripping series, we return down under for a second trip down Mystery Road.

When a headless corpse is found floating by the shore in a remote outback town, hard-boiled Indigenous detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen - Jack Irish) is brought in to investigate, joined by colleague Fran (Jada Alberts - Cleverman). He must balance law and lore as they contend with protests over the excavation of an Indigenous site...and that's before another body shows up. Could the murders be linked? And can Jay gain the trust of his community without the police losing faith in him?

The Bridge's original Nordic noir star Sofia Helin plays archaeological professor Claire Sims, whose input will be vital if Jay is to solve the case in this small coastal town, where the desert meets the ocean, and secrets from the past and present run dark and deep.

Tasma Walton (Home and Away) returns as Jay's ex-wife Mary, who is still contending with the fallout of the explosive first series and the effects of that case on their family. Jay must balance his domestic troubles while confronting a dangerous enemy in a world where deception is king...will he dig up the truth about Mystery Road?

'Closely plotted social, racial and political nuances set this series apart...crackles with tension'


Financial Times

'Magnificent version of the Wild West...exotic and distinctive'


Sydney Morning Herald

George A. Romero's zombie masterpiece Dawn of the Dead arrives in two stunning limited edition box sets, 4K UHD and Blu-ray, on 26 October 2020

This Autumn, Second Sight Films presents the horror release to end all horror releases. Fans, aficionados and collectors are in for a treat as horror maestro George A. Romero's long-awaited, highly anticipated Dawn of the Dead, finally gets the home entertainment release it deserves.

Widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest horror films of all time, this seminal work has been painstakingly restored and arrives in two separate format releases: Dawn Of The Dead Limited Edition 4K UHD and Dawn Of The Dead Limited Edition Blu-ray on 26 October 2020.

Both Box Sets arrive in stunning packaging featuring the original iconic poster art plus newly commissioned artwork inside. These include a whopping four discs - with three versions of the film: The Theatrical Cut, The Extended ('Cannes') Cut and The Argento Cut, plus stacks of special features that take in new and archive interviews, including the previously unreleased The Lost Romero Dawn Interview. With commentaries and documentaries galore, soundtrack CDs and a stunning brand new 160-page hardback book Dissecting the Dead complete with brand new writing, this is a veritable treasure trove and a must have for any collector.

The film originally arrived 10 years after the seminal Night of the Living Dead and ushered in a new era of zombie films. It showed Romero once again ahead of the curve, mixing biting political satire with state-of-the-art-gore for a genre defining masterpiece that packs as much of a punch today as it did 40 years ago.

With a zombie epidemic escalating, a small band of survivors seek refuge in that shrine to capitalism, the shopping mall. But the undead, still possessed by an instinctive desire to consume, have had the same idea...What follows is a nail-biting thrill-ride and fight to survive. Oh, and watch out for those helicopter blades!

'The greatest zombie film ever made'

Screen Rant

'Grim, gruelling but beautifully shot...intelligent, sophisticated horror'



September on Acorn TV includes original thriller The Sounds, Daniel Mays & Anna Friel in Public Enemies, Irish immigration drama Taken Down and more


A riveting multi-layered drama, set against the spectacular backdrop of one of New Zealand's greatest hidden secrets, the remote, idyllic Marlborough Sounds in South Island. Successful Canadian couple Maggie (Rachelle Lefevre) and Tom (Matt Whelan) have moved to the other side of the world to escape the rat race, but when Tom disappears, Maggie must come to terms with the fact that she may not have known her husband as well as she thought.


A hugely entertaining sitcom that follows a group of recently retired couples living in Norfolk. The old friends must deal with life's ups and downs in their later years and tackle a modern world they don't quite fit into. Stars Alison Steadman, Philip Jackson, Russ Abbot, Stephanie Beacham, Paula Wilcox, James Smith and Nigel Planer.


This hard-hitting drama follows ex-con Eddie (Daniel Mays, Line of Duty), who is released from prison after a 10 year stretch for the murder of his 17-year-old girlfriend. His probation officer Paula (Anna Friel, Marcella), must oversee his release and decide if it's safe for him to be released back into the community. As he proclaims his innocence and the pair grow closer, how will his volatile behaviour affect his ever-distant friends, his sister Kelly, and the family of the victim...and is Paula equipped to handle his case?


Romola Garai (The Miniaturist) stars as Victorian prostitute Sugar, who captures the interest of the wealthy Rackham (Chris O'Dowd, The IT Crowd), but keeping her a secret from his wife and daughter proves harder than he imagined. Also starring Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?) and Gillian Anderson (Sex Education).


This critically acclaimed, gripping six-part Irish crime drama stars Lynn Rafferty (Dead Still) as the detective investigating the violent death of a young Nigerian migrant on the streets of Dublin. Inspector Jen Rooney and her team soon discover a world where refugees exist, and the impact that their investigation has on fragile lives.