James Bond: Bond 50 Collection (22 Films) BLU-RAY – £44.99 / DVD – £29.99 & Free UK Delivery @ HMV Ireland

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Best prices by a long way and lowest ever. Great deal for anyone interested. -UPDATE: Blu-ray version does appear to be oos now (has been for a while) but may come back in stock again. DVD version is in stock and has not been oos so far. Collection includes all 22 James Bond feature films from Dr. No to Quantum of Solace and more than 130 hours of bonus features including never-before-seen content from the Bond archives, and more. Region free Blu-rays (except Quantum of Solace & the Bonus Disc which are Region B – Europe) One disc of brand new bonus content approximately one hour in length. 9 titles available on Blu-ray for the first time ever: Goldeneye, Octopussy, The Spy Who Loved Me, You Only Live Twice, The Living Daylights, Tomorrow Never Dies, Diamonds are Forever, A View to a Kill and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Includes placeholder for Skyfall. Disc 1–Dr. No (Over three hours of content) Commentary with director Terence Young and cast and crew. 6 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 109 minutes run time. Disc 2–From Russia With Love (Over three hours of content) Commentary with director Terence Young and cast and crew. 2 featurettes. Animated storyboard sequence. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 110 minutes run time. Disc 3–Goldfinger (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director Guy Hamilton. Commentary with the cast and crew. 3 featurettes. Original screen tests with Theodore Bikel and Tito Vandis. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Original publicity featurette. Original radio interviews with Sean Connery. Photo galleries. 109 minutes run time. Disc 4–Thunderball (Over six hours of content) Commentary with director Terence Young. Commentary with editor Peter Hunt and screenwriter John Hopkins. 4 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 130 minutes run time. Disc 5–You Only Live Twice (Over four hours of content) Commentary with director Lewis Gilbert and cast and crew. 4 featurettes. Animated storyboard sequence. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 116 minutes run time. Disc 6–On Her Majesty's Secret Service (Over four hours of content) Commentary with director Peter Hunt and cast and crew. 4 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 142 minutes run time. Disc 7–Diamonds Are Forever (Over four hours of content) Commentary with director Guy Hamilton and cast and crew. 3 featurettes. Deleted scenes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. 114 minutes run time. Disc 8–Live and Let Die (Over seven hours of content) Commentaries with director Guy Hamilton, Roger Moore and Tom Mankiewicz. 3 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 116 minutes run time. Disc 9–The Man with the Golden Gun (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director Guy Hamilton and the cast and crew. Commentary with Roger Moore. 2 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 125 minutes run time. Disc 10–The Spy Who Loved Me (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director Lewis Gilbert and cast and crew. Commentary with Roger Moore. 3 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. 120 minutes run time. Disc 11–Moonraker (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director Lewis Gilbert and cast and crew. Commentary with Roger Moore. 4 featurettes. Original theatrical trailer. Photo gallery. 121 minutes run time. Disc 12–For Your Eyes Only (Over seven hours of content) Commentary with director John Glen and the cast and crew. Commentary with Roger Moore. Commentary with producer Michael G. Wilson and crew. 4 featurettes. Animated storyboard sequences for snowmobile chase and underwater. "For Your Eyes Only" music video performed by Sheena Easton. Deleted scenes and expanded angles. Original theatrical trailer, TV and radio spots. Photo galleries. 122 minutes run time. Disc 13–Octopussy (Over six hours of content) Commentary with director John Glen. Commentary with Roger Moore. 4 featurettes. Original screen tests with James Brolin. "All Time High" music video performed by Rita Coolidge. Original theatrical trailers. 125 minutes run time. Disc 14–A View to a Kill (Over six hours of content) Commentary with director John Glen and the cast and crew. Commentary with Roger Moore. 4 featurettes. "A View to a Kill" music video performed by Duran Duran. Original theatrical trailers and TV spots. 131 minutes run time. Disc 15–The Living Daylights (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director John Glen and cast and crew. 3 featurettes. Deleted scenes with introductions from director John Glen. "The Living Daylights" music video performed by A-Ha. Original theatrical trailers. 125 minutes run time. Disc 16–Licence to Kill (Over six hours of content) Commentary with director John Glen and cast. Commentary with producer Michael G. Wilson and crew. 3 featurettes. "Licence to Kill" music video performed by Gladys Knight. "If You Asked Me To" music video performed by Patti LaBelle. Opening titles sequence. Original theatrical trailers. Photo galleries. 133 minutes run time. Disc 17–GoldenEye (Over five hours of content) Commentary with director Martin Campbell and producer Michael G. Wilson. 8 featurettes. Deleted scenes. "GoldenEye" music video performed by Tina Turner. 124 minutes run time. Disc 18–Tomorrow Never Dies (Over nine hours of content) Commentary with director Roger Spottiswoode and Dan Petrie, Jr. Commentary with Vic Armstrong and producer Michael G. Wilson. 2 featurettes. Interview with composer David Arnold. Deleted and extended scenes with introduction from director Roger Spottiswoode. "Tomorrow Never Dies" music video performed by Sheryl Crow. "The James Bond Theme" (Moby's Re-version). 119 minutes run time. Disc 19–The World is Not Enough (Over six hours of content) Commentary with director Michael Apted. Commentary with Peter Lamont, David Arnold and Vic Armstrong. 4 featurettes. Opening titles sequence. "The World is Not Enough" music video performed by Garbage. Deleted, extended and alternate scenes. Original theatrical trailer. Photo galleries. 128 minutes run time. Disc 20–Die Another Day (Over eight hours of content) Commentary with director Lee Tamahori and producer Michael G. Wilson. Commentary with Pierce Brosnan and Rosamund Pike. 5 featurettes. MI6 datastream trivia track with branching video. Opening titles sequence. Photo galleries. 126 minutes run time. Disc 21–Casino Royale (Over one hour of content) Becoming Bond. James Bond: For Real. "You Know My Name" music video performed by Chris Cornell. 138 minutes run time. Disc 22–Quantum of Solace (Over one hour of content) 2 featurettes. "Another Way to Die" music video performed by Alicia Keys and Jack White. Original theatrical trailers. 101 minutes run time. Disc 23–Bonus Material The World of Bond (NEW)–the 007 films have a look, style and attitude that is signature Bond. From the cars, to the women, to the villains and even the music, Bond films stand apart. The World of Bond takes the viewer through the best of five decades' worth of classic James Bond in one thrilling montage. It also showcases the fascinating and entertaining interplay among unforgettable moments of danger, seduction, adventure and a dash of that distinguished humour that fans have cherished from the beginning. To add to the experience, The World of Bond featurette also offera a Pop-Up Trivia option to challenge even the sharpest of fans with little known facts and interesting trivia from the Bond Universe. Being Bond (NEW)–there's only one James Bond–but he's proven too much for only one actor to play the role. In the franchise's 50-year run, six distinguished actors have taken on the part and secured a spot in cinematic history. Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig each reflect on the impact and importance of taking on such a famous role. Gain insight into what each actor brought to the character and discover how they shaped the world's most timeless secret agent. Skyfall Videoblogs–behind-the-scenes look at the making of Skyfall from the cast and crew. –

James Bond: Bond 50 Collection (22 Films) BLU-RAY – £44.99 / DVD – £29.99 & Free UK Delivery @ HMV Ireland

Enjoy classic sounds in a sacred place with a ticket to Baroque Masterpieces by candlelight at St James’ Church for £24 with London Concertante – enjoy front-centre stall seating, a programme and a CD!

When it comes to the perfect place to lose yourself in the sound of classic music, to be awed by its sonic brilliance and power, to be totally taken away by it, you probably think of your living room, when no one else is at home, or in the garage, in your car, alone, with the sound turned up as loud as you can bear it.

But none of that compares to the transportative power of a Baroque recital within the walls of St James’ Church, by candlelight, with London Concertante. Listen to Bach and Vivaldi, Purcell and Teleman, recited by the UK’s leading chamber ensemble in an old and magical place. Enjoy a programme, a CD to take home, and price of £24!

To be recited on the night…
Telemann – Concerto for 4 Violins

Vivaldi – Violin Concerto Op. 4 No. 1

Handel – Keyboard Concerto “The Cuckoo and the Nightingale”

Vivaldi – Bassoon Concerto in E minor

Purcell – Fairy Queen Suite

Bach – Concerto for 2 Violins

about London Concertante…
London Concertante is one of the finest chamber ensembles in the country, its players brought together through a shared passion for chamber music.  As well as giving performances at festivals, music clubs and theatres, London Concertante also has a thriving education programme; inspiring youngsters to enjoy classical music, both as listeners and performers.