After his older brother passes away, Lee Chandler is forced to return home to care for his 16-year-old nephew. There he is compelled to deal with a tragic past that separated him from his family and the community where he was born and raised.
Live coverage of the concert set up by Ariana Grande at Old Trafford cricket ground to benefit those affected by the May 2017 Manchester bomb attack. Performers include Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Katy Perry, Take That, Pharrell Williams, Niall Horan, Miley Cyrus, Usher, Robbie Williams, Little Mix and The Black Eyed Peas.
Peter Kay is back with this DVD, featuring his final performance at the Manchester Arena to a 9,000 sell out crowd on the 'Mum Wants A Bungalow Tour'.
A portrait of Lord Longford, a tireless British campaigner whose controversial beliefs often resulted in furious political debate and personal conflict.
Who Put the M in Manchester? is documenting a live performance by Morrissey. The homecoming concert took place at the Manchester Evening News Arena in Manchester, England, on 22 May 2004, Morrissey's 45th birthday
Demon Days: Live at the Manchester Opera House is a Grammy Award nominated live DVD by the Gorillaz, released the 27th of March 2006 in the UK. It compiles the live performances from the 1st of November to the 5th of November 2005 at the Manchester Opera House that recreated the Demon Days Studio album. It was directed by David Barnard and Grant Gee.
A cop chases two hippies suspected of a series of Manson family-like murders; unbeknown to him, the real culprits are the living dead, brought to life with a thirst for human flesh after government officials conduct pest control experiments using subsonic waves in the area.
Not since ‘99 have Manchester United fans witnessed a season like this one. Entertaining as no other team can, the Reds produced some stunning, sublime football, scoring goals for fun to secure their 17th League title on a tension-filled final day at Wigan, before travelling to Moscow for a night of the highest drama imaginable to complete an incredible double. In a nail-biting, hearts in mouths finale, with United just one penalty kick away from defeat, their prayers were answered. Just one more slip was needed for Fergie’s brave warriors to take advantage and capture the European Cup for a third time and fittingly, almost as destiny decreed, 50 years on from when the English pioneers of European football suffered the terrible tragedy of Munich.
Manchester United are champions of English football once again. The Premiership trophy has returned to Old Trafford following an eighth championship in eleven years.
Kåre is a youth coach with aspirations to become the greatest football player ever like his idol, Bryan Robson. However, his dreams are starting to take a toll on his relationship with his girlfriend, Anna.
A documentary about the rise of six youth team players at Manchester United. From 1992 to 1999, the year of the Treble. Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, the Neville brothers, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham give their insight to breaking into the first team and the emotions of playing at one of the biggest clubs in the world.
This observational documentary hears from a number of young women aged 11-20 who were directly involved in the May 2017 Ariana Grande concert bombing, many of whom reflect on their experiences for the first time. Following three of them in the months after the attack, this intimate film also explores the lasting psychological impact and how their lives have been changed forever.
Two village youths decide to travel from their boring hometown of Jemapoh, Malaysia to England. One wants to see his favourite soccer team Manchester United while the other wants to meet his long-lost father. They drive a stolen red Volvo and hope that Manchester will pop up on the road map soon.
Live in Manchester 1. Introduction 2. Turn Up The Sun Intro / Barrier Incident 3. Turn Up The Sun 4. Lyla 5. Cigarettes and Alcohol 6. The Importance Of Being Idle 7. Little By Little 8. A Bell Will Ring 9. Acquiesce 10. Songbird 11. Live Forever 12. Mucky Fingers 13. Wonderwall 14. Rock 'N' Roll Star 15. The Meaning Of Soul 16. Don't Look Back In Anger 17. My Generation
A look at the link between ISIS and Manchester
Many are called, few succeed. Live the dream with the team! This first official Manchester United movie is a sensational behind the scenes film that follows the fortunes of the World's greatest football club through the highs and lows of the 1999/2000 season. How can the club top it's historic "Treble" win? Follow Manchester United as they go beyond the promised land - from training with the team at Old Trafford to travelling to the World Club Championships in Brazil. Manchester United Beyond The Promised Land reveals the antics on the pitch and in the boardroom, the club at work and at play and the fans from near and afar. Get the complete picture - the glory and the behind the scenes graft - the story of a season.
The Reds' dramatic success at Wembley capped a season when United went back to their roots, fielding a young team full of pace and promise. Top scorer Anthony Martial led the way, but the impact of several Academy graduates showed just what Manchester United is all about.
Alex Ferguson, the Manchester United manager, talks you through the Reds' dramatic season. Including unique dressing room footage from after the dramatic night in Spain where United pinched the European Cup from the grasp of Bayern Munich and featuring every goal from every game, this is probably the greatest football programme of the incredible 1998/1999 football season.
WWF Mayhem in Manchester was a United Kingdom-only professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) that took place on 4 April 1998 at the Nynex Arena in Manchester, England. The event was released in an edited form on VHS in North America and in the UK. The Main Event saw The Undertaker face of against his brother Kane. Also the WWF Championship was defended when Stone Cold wrestled Triple H.
Legendary coach Pep Guardiola leads his premiership football team through the 2017/18 season.
Keeping these streets clean is a Herculean task, enough to demoralize even the keenest rookie – but there’s a reason why this hotchpotch of committed cops are on this force, on this side of town. Drug labs, arsonists, neo-Nazis and notorious murderers are all in a day’s work for this close-knit team, led by the dizzyingly capable but unquestionably unhinged DI Vivienne Deering. But when a particularly twisted serial killer emerges it leaves even the most hardened of these seasoned coppers reeling.
8:15 from Manchester was a Saturday morning children's magazine show broadcast on BBC1 when Going Live! was in summer recess. Broadcasting from Manchester, it was presented by Ross King and Charlotte Hindle. The first edition was broadcast on 21 April 1990. It was produced by Martyn Day. BBC Radio 1 weathergirl Dianne Oxberry joined for the second series, which began on 28 April 1991. The format was very similar to Going Live!, with imported cartoons punctuating items, such as games, music performances and interviews. A regular segment was The Wetter The Better, a game show based in a swimming pool and hosted by Ross King. A weekly drama was shown, in which the short episode ended in a dilemma of some sort. Two endings had been filmed and viewers telephoned to vote which ending would be shown. It also incorporated a repeat run of Rentaghost, though all the pre-1980 episodes were omitted and the end-credits rarely seen. Later, episodes of Grandad, starring Clive Dunn, were also shown. The theme tune was by Inspiral Carpets: a rewrite of their single "Find Out Why". An early edition had a feature of how the theme was recorded.
A warm and honest exploration of what life's like for students and their teachers at Harrop Fold, a secondary school at the heart of a changing community in Salford.
Children in Need Rocks Manchester was a charity music concert held at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England, on 17 November 2011. The concert was organised by Take That singer and The X Factor judge Gary Barlow as one of a series of events to raise money for Children in Need 2011. It became the second Children in Need Rocks concert organised by Barlow, after the Children in Need Rocks the Royal Albert Hall in 2009.