7 DVDs to Buy

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7 DVDs to Buy


Only fools and horses: fatal extraction (Cert PG, 83 mins, BBC Worldwide, pounds 15.99, Comedy)

Feature length episode of the beloved BBC sitcom, which was first screened on Christmas Day 1993. Del Boy (David Jason) is incensed when Raquel walks out and he seeks revenge by setting up a disastrous date with dental receptionist Beverly. In the process, he manages to incite a full-scale riot on the estate.

DVD Extras: none stated.

HOUSE OF CARDS TRILOGY (Cert 15, 642 mins, BBC Worldwide, pounds 34.99, Comedy/Thriller/Drama)

Ian Richardson stalks the corridors of power as scheming chief whip Francis Urquhart in the award-winning political dramas House Of Cards, To Play The King and The Final Cut, adapted by Andrew Davies from Michael Dobbs' best-selling novels.

DVD Extras: Commentary on one episode from each series.

PRESS GANG - THE COMPLETE SERIES 2 (Cert PG, 325 mins, Network, pounds 19.99, Comedy/Drama/Romance)

Headstrong editor Lynda Day (Julia Sawalha) continues to rule the Junior Gazette with an iron fist, clashing with star reporter Spike Thomas (Dexter Fletcher), in another 13 episodes of the 90s ITV drama.

DVD Extras: Writer and actor commentaries on four episodes, "Making Of Series 2", gag reel, script and series treatments, series one and two episode guides, "Breakfast At Czars", Junior Gazette mock-ups, trailers.

POSH AND BECKS'S BIG IMPRESSION (Cert 12, 70 mins, BBC Worldwide, pounds 9.99, Comedy)

Alistair McGowan and Ronni Ancona chart David and Victoria Beckham's transfer from Beckingham Palace to Madrid in a compilation of highlights from their BBC TV series. …

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