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Trial & Retribution plus more from Acorn Media

Acorn Media have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of Trial & Retribution: The Fifth Collection on 2nd February 2009 priced at £24.99 RRP. Originally broadcast on ITV, this set features four double episodes, Rules Of The Game, Kill The King, Conviction, and The Box.

Other titles due from Acorn Media in January and February are detailed below...

12th January 2009

Aristocrats - £19.99 RRP - Based on Stella Tillyard's bestselling novel, this true story of high politics and romance, of family solidarity and disaster stars Julian Fellowes, Serena Gordon and Geraldine Somerville. Extras including a 30-minute making of.

Railway Walks with Julia Bradbury - £16.99 RRP – Julia Bradbury (Watchdog, The Rough Guide to...) once again dons her walking boots to explore railway lines in this series that was broadcast on BBC Four.

2nd February 2009

Edith Piaf The Perfect Concert & Piaf: The Documentary - £19.99 RRP – Combining a collection of filmed and recorded performances by the French star this two-disc set captures many of her finest and best-loved works. The included documentary charts the life and career of Piaf with interviews, footage of Piaf including home movies, as well as an interview from the time of her manager’s tragic murder in 1936.

Nicholas Crane’s Britannia – The Great Elizabethan Journey - £16.99 RRP - Originally made for BBC Two, explorer, writer and broadcaster Nicholas Crane follows in the footsteps of intrepid Elizabethan traveller William Camden’s exhaustive exploration and audit of the British Isles in the 16th century. With the help of Camden’s document Crane takes up the mantle of exploring modern Britain, navigating the length and breadth of the UK to uncover hidden secrets and examine the difference between Elizabethan Britain and the countries we live in today. He also examines the accuracy of Camden’s original findings and what lessons it can teach us about our past, present and potential future. The series will be aired on TV from 6th January.

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