Free P&P on all UK orders
0 item(s) - £0.00
You have no items in your shopping basket.

0

What is it about hospitals which make them a breeding ground for good TV? We’ve had soap operas, dramas and reality shows -- and now we’ve got the latest hit in the subgenre of hospital comedies: it’s ITV’s ‘The Delivery Man’.


Read More
Comments | Posted in Latest News By David Cobourne

TV is like fashion, music and movies, in the respect that trends come in cycles. It won’t be too long before James Bond goes back to space, complete with disco soundtrack and bell-bottom jeans.Read More

Comments | Posted in Latest News By David Cobourne

Midsomer Cocktails

Thursday, 25 June 2015 10:50:41 Europe/London

As promised I created a Midsomer cocktail at the weekend to celebrate the Summer Solstice and I have to admit that it is every pleasant indeed, although more than two of these and things may become very deadly indeed!

 Midsomer Cocktail

 

Don't forget that we have some great savings on Midsomer Murders DVD at the moment - click here to see them.

Read More
Comments | Posted in Jason's Blog By Jason gray

Midsomer Nights

Friday, 19 June 2015 16:39:14 Europe/London

This weekend is the Summer Solitice, it officially occurs on the 21st June at 16.38 and there will be all sorts of celebrations going on, especially if you are anywhere near Stonehenge!

 

I will be celebrating the occasion but in a different way thanks to our friends at all3media who kindly sent us a superb Midsomer Murders Tea Tray along with with the recipe for a deadly Midsomer Midsummer Martini cocktail.

Midsomer Murders Tray

Cocktail

I will be test the recipe this weekend and I’ll let you all know next week how things turn out!

Read More
Comments | Posted in Jason's Blog By Jason gray

Poldark’s pectorals might have left the building but there’s still plenty of magic on BBC One Sunday nights now that Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell are in the house.


Read More
Comments | Posted in Latest News By Andrew Redfern

Inspector George Gently is Back and More Popular than Ever!

Tuesday, 2 June 2015 16:54:10 Europe/London

Inspector George Gently Series 7 is currently making its TV bow and the official DVD is available to pre-order right now at Acorn. Here are three reasons that the show is worth investigating:


Read More
Comments | Posted in Latest News By Andrew Redfern

Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death

Tuesday, 2 June 2015 16:37:45 Europe/London

You might have missed Agatha Raisin and the Quiche of Death the first time around. After all, the show aired on Sky One this past Boxing Day, which was already chock full of great telly and that’s if you were watching TV at all and not out and about visiting relatives.


Read More
Comments | Posted in Latest News By Andrew Redfern

Agatha Christie 125

Thursday, 7 May 2015 13:30:53 Europe/London

#125STORIES

Share your story of how Agatha Christie changed your life.

Introducing #125Stories – your chance to join in with the Agatha Christie 125th Anniversary celebrations by sharing your story of how Agatha Christie has been a part of your life. Inspired by a collection of old fan letters sent to Agatha Christie, we want to give her current fans a chance to share their story. You can film a video, share a photo, write a piece and share it by uploading it to 125Stories.com website or post it into us at;

Acorn DVD – Agatha Christie 125 Stories

55 Drury Lane

London

WC2B 5SQ

 

Don’t forget to tell us your name and address.

In September, 125 stories will feature at the Agatha Christie Festival in Torquay, England. Will yours be among them?

Read More
Comments | Posted in Jason's Blog By Jason gray

The father of Nordic Noir is coming to Nottingham -- and his hot new show is only available right here at Acorn DVD.


Murder: Joint Enterprise is the latest critically acclaimed crime drama to assault our screens and it boasts fantastic pedigree. It is directed by Birgir Larsen, the man who is credited with inventing the slow and unsettling style of Skandinavian crime shows like Wallander, The Bridge and, of course, The Killing


Read More
Comments | Posted in Latest News By Andrew Redfern

Have you discovered A Place to Call Home? The popular, richly produced period drama has sometimes been crudely referred to as Australia’s answer to Downton Abbey, but this is superior TV in its own right.


Of course, there are similarities: a determined, almost contemporary heroine, a benevolent gentleman of the upper class and ruminations on class and religion set against the backdrop of idyllic period scenery and plenty of family trouble.


Read More
0 Comments | Posted in Latest News By Andrew Redfern

Items 31 to 40 of 131 total

per page
Page:
  1. 2
  2. 3
  3. 4
  4. 5
  5. 6
Set Ascending Direction