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The Ascent Of Man : Complete BBC Series [DVD] [1973]
The Ascent Of Man : Complete BBC Series [DVD] [1973]
Dvd ~ The Ascent of Man
Price: £14.50

5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars, 13 Nov 2014
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The best documentary series ever made


Betron B750s Earphones Headphones, High Definition, in-ear, Tangle Free, Noise Isolating , HEAVY DEEP BASS for iPhone, iPod, iPad, MP3 Players, Samsung Galaxy, Nokia, HTC, Nexus, BlackBerry etc (Black)
Betron B750s Earphones Headphones, High Definition, in-ear, Tangle Free, Noise Isolating , HEAVY DEEP BASS for iPhone, iPod, iPad, MP3 Players, Samsung Galaxy, Nokia, HTC, Nexus, BlackBerry etc (Black)
Offered by Betron Limited ( VAT Registered)
Price: £16.99

5.0 out of 5 stars Easily the best at this price range, 13 Nov 2014
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So far these are great. The tangle free thing really works, I have noticed a definite improvement in the bass response compared to similarly priced headphones,the buds themselves seem robust and are metal rather than plastic.

If you, like me, lose headphones a lot and are reluctant to invest in expensive models - then I recommend you give these a go. They tick all the boxes.


Morning Glory: A History of British Breakfast Television
Morning Glory: A History of British Breakfast Television
Price: £4.59

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent - informative and entertaining, 28 Oct 2013
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A fantastically written book.

OK it's a bit niche. But this a more significant era than you may realise and Ian Jones writes about it with great skill and flair.
He has interviewed all the major players (No Frank Bough but that's not really a surprise) and the book is packed full of incident. It's very funny and lifts the lid on the power and idealogical struggles taking place behind the screens of our breakfast television shows.

I highly reccommend it.


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