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Stephen Fry Last Chance To See Blu Ray £6.95 @ Zavvi (£6.26 with 10% code)

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Use the walkers 10% code to get this price. http://www.walkers.co.uk/rainyday/home/Register.aspx Join Britain’s best-loved wit and raconteur, Stephen Fry, as he follows in the footsteps of hi… Read More
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Join Britain’s best-loved wit and raconteur, Stephen Fry, as he follows in the footsteps of his great friend, the late writer Douglas Adams (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy), along with zoologist Mark Carwardine, to remote parts in search of some of the rarest and most threatened animals on Earth.

Twenty years ago Carwardine teamed up with Adams and embarked on a groundbreaking expedition in search of some of the world's most endangered animals. This time, he is joined by Stephen Fry to see how all those animals have been faring in the years since and which, if any, survived.

In this programme we follow the duo on six separate journeys which take them from the steamy jungles of the Amazon to the ice-covered mountain tops of New Zealand and from the edge of a war zone in Central Africa to a sub-tropical paradise in the North Pacific. Along the way, they search for some of the weirdest, most remarkable and most troubled creatures on earth: a large, black, sleepy animal easily mistaken for an unusually listless mudbank, a parrot with a song like an unreleased collection of Pink Floyd studio outtakes, a rhino with square lips, a dragon with deadly saliva, an animal roughly the length of a Boeing 737 and the creature most likely to emerge from the cargo doors of a spaceship.

Last Chance to See is a unique insight into the disappearing world around us, and this is their hilarious, entertaining, informative and thought-provoking adventure.
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#1
two discs with six hours . good price heated
#2
Blimey ... excellent price for a cracking series. Gotta love Stephen Fry. Have some heat !
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last chance to see if only.......
#4
seanjames
last chance to see if only.......

Gotta agree with you on that, really getting fed up Stephen Fry, whose opinion on everything must be quoted at all times because apparently "knowing" (or being fed through a autocue) a couple of mildly interesting facts about aardvarks makes him the smartest person inthe world.

Still, its not a bad show at a pretty good price so I have voted it hot



Edited By: gerryd on Dec 09, 2010 15:32
#5
Great programme
#6
shows £8.85?
#7
Shows as £8.85 as The Badger says. HMV have it for £6.91, plus presumably 6% Quidco.

http://hmv.com/hmvweb/displayProductDetails.do?ctx=280;-1;-1;-1;-1&sku=7740
#8
Now coming up as £17.85 on Zavvi...
#9
Stephen Fry would be quite interesting reading through a phone book but that guy he teamed up with for this show........wow was he lacking charisma.Dragged the series down for me.
Good price for a recent series on Blu ray though.
#10
I’ve never been a particular fan of Stephen Fry. I think he’s a moderately talented man, but I can’t for the life of me work out why he’s considered a genius or a national treasure.

He’s clearly an intelligent, sensitive man. I admire his openness about mental illness. He champions many good causes. But he doesn’t seem like a genius to me. About ten years ago I read a couple of his novels. They were passable but nothing amazing. I could list many contemporary British novelists who write far better than he does but don’t get half as much exposure. He’s a good but not great comic actor. He’s a decent but undistinguished director. His documentaries tend to be crowd-pleasing middle-brow exercises (“I’ll drive around America. Me! Stephen Fry! With rednecks! And gangsta rappers!”). His journalism is solid but no more than that.

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