Alex Tomlinson

“Survive, Survive.”

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Wolf Girl
RHCP Digital
£2.99
“What, do you hate joy?”

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Voyage Of The Snake Lady
Corgi Childrens
£4.85
The Moon Riders
RHCP Digital
£2.99
Time to Go
Creative Content and Mensch Publishing
£17.49
Some things in life are too serious to joke about. Assisted dying is not one of them. In 2017 Susie Kennaway asked her son Guy to kill her. 88 years old, with an older and infirm husband, Susie wanted to avoid sliding into infantilised catatonia. Her son immediately started taking notes and Time to Go is the result.  In turns a manual for those considering the benefits of assisted dying, a portrait of a mother - son relationship, and a sympathetic description of old age, this audiobook is a route map through the moral, legal, emotional, intellectual and practical maze that is the biggest issue facing the senior generations today: leaving life on their own terms.  During their conversations about when and how to make Susie's final exit, some of the difficulties of their fractious relationship mellowed and others even melted, as the reality of what they were planning brought them together. Many elderly people, like Susie, have clearly stated that they wish to die in a manner and time of their choosing. But the Church, the law, the medical profession and the pharmaceutical industry stand in the way, wagging their fingers.   A change is coming for the rights of the elderly, the way it has come for the rights of women and gay people. Time to Go is a rallying call in this fight. Life is too precious not to be lived properly. As with a job, a relationship or a party, you have to know when it's time to go.
The Herbie Collection [DVD]
Buena Vista Entertainment
All 4 'Herbie' films in one box set. 'The Love Bug' (1968), was the first film to feature the little car with a mind of its own, Herbie the Volkswagen. Herbie gets involved with a race car driver (Dean Jones), after a stuffy rival (David Tomlinson) takes a haughty attitude towards the car. In 'Herbie Rides Again' (1974) Herbie tries to help an old woman who is trying to prevent a property developer from building a skyscraper on her land. In 'Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo' (1977) Herbie is the vicitim of some villains when a spy ring hide a huge diamond in his gas tank while he is racing in a Paris to Monte Carlo race. Herbie also finds time to fall in love with a Lancia. And finally, in 'Herbie Goes Bananas' (1980 ) the little VW is being driven to Brazil to to race in Rio, but finds several slapstick obstacles are in his way.
The Greatest Store In The World [VHS] [1999]
Carlton
£9.99
Great video in excellent condition, starring Dervla Kirwan, Peter Capaldi, Ricky Tomlinson, Sean Hughes & Brian Blessed, fast dispatch, UK SELLER
Robbie The Reindeer: Hooves Of Fire [DVD] [1999]
BBC
Robbie the Reindeer is as short as many of the made-for-TV classics that have preceded it. However, so much action, zippy dialogue and witty visual puns have been packed into its 29-minute running time that you'd swear it was longer. The content of the film, like many new animations and cartoons, is geared slightly in favour of older audiences, because of its sexual innuendos and adult comedy, but the kids will love the slapstick comedy and loveable characters. Robbie's father is another stop-motion favourite, Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer, and pop is keen to see his loveable--but lazy--son follow in his famous hoof prints. The adult theme continues in the shape of the storyline, which was actually inspired more by Rocky than by Rudolph. As in Rocky, there's a supportive female (Donner) and a crusty trainer (Old Jingle). Together they help Robbie get in shape for the Reindeer Games, where he'll have the chance to show Santa whether he has the right stuff or not. Fans of Aardman Animations should appreciate the detailed animation and clever humour. The cream of Britain's comic crop provides the voices, including Jane Horrocks as Donner. Robbie Williams narrates the story, and Mark Knopfler provides the music. --Kathleen C Fennessy, Amazon.com
I Mean You're Not Louis Tomlinson Unisex Hoodie (XS, Maroon)

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£19.99
I Mean You're Not Louis Tomlinson Unisex Sweatshirt Jumper (S, Black)

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£14.99
SIDEKICKS!
Alliteration Ink
£4.01
The most important characters don't always get top billing...Sidekicks: We know them, and we ignore them. They sit courtside, they wait in the shadows, they ride on the coattails. They have nothing to offer. Or do they?Heroes and heroines perform world shaking deeds, but sidekicks? Sidekicks are the unseen glue holding those powerhouses together. They are the backbones. They are the voices of reason. It's long past time for them to shine.Here, the fangirls, the trusted associates, the loyal assistants, and the imperiled wards have their moment in the spotlight. Join them as they shake up the world in unexpected and understated ways.Let the heroes sit this one out. Celebrate the Sidekick!
A Mouse Called Wolf
Yearling
£3.99
Whoever heard of a singing mouse? But Wolfgang Amadeus Mouse (named after the beginning of a name found on a scrap of sheet music) has a truly wonderful voice - a voice that thrills old Mrs Honeybee. Soon Mouse is singing daily while the lonely old woman plays the piano. But then - disaster strikes! Can Wolf's voice save the day?
JACK AND THE GIANTS (3D & 2D B
Warner Home Entertainment
£14.97