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4 DVD box set Happy Valley: Series 1-2

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Product description

All 12 episodes from the both series of the BBC drama starring Sarah Lancashire as a police sergeant in a rural West Yorkshire valley. 
In series 1, Catherine Cawood (Lancashire) receives a visit from Kevin Weatherill (Steve Pemberton), a distressed member of the Yorkshire community she oversees, and is drawn into a ransom case in which the life of Ann Gallagher (Charlie Murphy) is at stake. Kevin employed local thug Ashley Cowgill (Joe Armstrong) to kidnap Ann in the hope of extracting a ransom from his boss, and his remorse has come too late to prevent the crime. Can Catherine get to the girl in time? 
In series 2, while investigating a case of sheep-stealing, Sgt Cawood discovers the decomposed body of a murdered prostitute who she later discovers is the mother of Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton). This revelation places Catherine at the centre of the investigation as a possible suspect while Royce continues to torment her from inside his cell with the help of his new accomplice Frances (Shirley Henderson). While she takes on a new case of human trafficking, Catherine deals with more complications in her personal relationships and is recommended by her bosses to undertake a course of counselling therapy.

Regions 2 and 4

Item details

Colour:
Colour
Actors:
Sarah Lancashire, Karl Davies, Rick Warden, Amelia Bullmore, Kevin Doyle, Robert Emms, Shirley Henderson, Steve Pemberton, Charlie Murphy, Joe Armstrong, George Costigan, James Norton, Siobhan Finneran, Shane Zaza, Adam Long, Rhys Connah
Classification:
15
Condition:
Used
Director(s):
Sally Wainwright or Euros Lyn or Tim Fywell or Neasa Hardiman
Display format:
16:9
EAN-13:
5051561041099
Edition:
Box Set
Film studio:
Red Production Company for BBC
Format:
DVD / Box Set
Genre:
Television
ISBN-13:
5051561041099
Publisher:
2 Entertain
Region:
2
Year of release:
2016

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All 12 episodes from the both series of the BBC drama starring Sarah Lancashire as a police sergeant in a rural West Yorkshire valley. 
In series 1, Catherine Cawood (Lancashire) receives a visit from Kevin Weatherill (Steve Pemberton), a distressed member of the Yorkshire community she oversees, and is drawn into a ransom case in which the life of Ann Gallagher (Charlie Murphy) is at stake. Kevin employed local thug Ashley Cowgill (Joe Armstrong) to kidnap Ann in the hope of extracting a ransom from his boss, and his remorse has come too late to prevent the crime. Can Catherine get to the girl in time? 
In series 2, while investigating a case of sheep-stealing, Sgt Cawood discovers the decomposed body of a murdered prostitute who she later discovers is the mother of Tommy Lee Royce (James Norton). This revelation places Catherine at the centre of the investigation as a possible suspect while Royce continues to torment her from inside his cell with the help of his new accomplice Frances (Shirley Henderson). While she takes on a new case of human trafficking, Catherine deals with more complications in her personal relationships and is recommended by her bosses to undertake a course of counselling therapy.

Regions 2 and 4

Colour:
Colour
Actors:
Sarah Lancashire, Karl Davies, Rick Warden, Amelia Bullmore, Kevin Doyle, Robert Emms, Shirley Henderson, Steve Pemberton, Charlie Murphy, Joe Armstrong, George Costigan, James Norton, Siobhan Finneran, Shane Zaza, Adam Long, Rhys Connah
Classification:
15
Condition:
Used
Director(s):
Sally Wainwright or Euros Lyn or Tim Fywell or Neasa Hardiman
Display format:
16:9
EAN-13:
5051561041099
Edition:
Box Set
Film studio:
Red Production Company for BBC
Format:
DVD / Box Set
Genre:
Television
ISBN-13:
5051561041099
Publisher:
2 Entertain
Region:
2
Year of release:
2016

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