Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

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Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

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MONDAY Monday - The Complete First Series (Cert 15, 420 mins, Fremantle Home Entertainment, DVD pounds 17.99, Comedy/Drama/Romance) Faye Ripley, Jenny Agutter, Holly Aird, Morven Christie, Neil Stuke, Tom Ellis and Laura Haddock headline this seven-part ITV1 comedy-drama concerning the trials and tribulations of the staff of a supermarket's head office, which relocates from London to Leeds to cut spiralling costs. Ambitious new chief operating officer Alyson (Aird) takes charge, unaware that her personal assistant Steven (Ellis), who is also her lover, has recently enjoyed a one-night stand with one of the office staff, Natasha (Haddock). Meanwhile, boozy human resources officer Christine (Ripley) continues to prove her incompetence, while her longsuffering personal assistant Sally (Christie) tries to pick up the pieces. DVD Extras: Behind the scenes material, deleted scenes, out-takes.

LAW & Order: Special Victims Unit - Season Eight (Cert 15, 763 mins, Universal Playback, DVD pounds 44.99, Thriller/Drama) Detective Elliot Stabler (Christopher Meloni) and his partner Detective Olivia Benson (Mariska Hargitay) stare death in the face in the gritty spin-off from the original Law & Order TV series. A schoolteacher (Melissa Joan Hart) faces accusations of statutory rape, a mother (Cynthia Nixon) with dissociative identity disorder is suspected of harming her daughter, and a closeted professional football star tries to prove his innocence when he becomes the prime suspect for the murder of his investment-banker lover. The five-disc box set includes all 22 episodes including the 200th investigation, which sees cop impersonator Merritt Rook (Robin Williams) take Olivia hostage. DVD Extras: none stated.

BERGERAC - The Complete Ninth Series (Cert 12, 655 mins, BBC DVD, DVD pounds 24.46, Drama) John Nettles accelerates smoothly from one crime scene to the next in his red Triumph Roadster as dashing police officer Jim Bergerac in the popular BBC drama series. …

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