New Titles Audio and Video September 2017 (arrived in August 2017)



Love that burns : the blues years, Fleetwood Mac.
Live at Carnegie Hall : an acoustic evening, Joe Bonamassa.


Requiem for the fallen, Ross Harris, Vincent O'Sullivan, Horomona Horo
Voices New Zealand Chamber Choir; Lachlan Craig, Richard Greager, tenors; Horomona Horo, taonga puoro; New Zealand String Quartet; Karen Grylls, conductor.


Welcome home, Zac Brown Band.
Exodus of Venus, Elizabeth Cook.


Upward spiral, Branford Marsalis Quartet.


The wind in the willows : the new musical : original cast recording, Book by Julian Fellowes, music by George Stiles, lyrics by Anthony Drewe].


Diversions. Vol. 4, The songs and poems of Molly Drake, the Unthanks.
Mavis Staples : I'll take you there : an all-star concert celebration., Mavis Staples
The king & I, Faith Evans and the Notorious B.I.G.
The counterweight, Thea Gilmore.
The ultimate collection, Roy Orbison.


After laughter, Paramore.
California, Blink-182.
Leftism, Leftfield.
Lost treasures from the Brian Jones era, Rolling Stones.
Prayer for peace, North Mississippi Allstars.
Something to tell you, Haim.
The killing moon : the singles 1980-1990, Echo & the Bunnymen.
Fake sugar, Beth Ditto.
Grateful, DJ Khaled.
Play me out, Glenn Hughes.
4:44, Jay-Z.
The Arista Columbia recordings, 1980-1991, Willie Nile.
Climate change, Pitbull.
Purple rain, Prince and the Revolution.
Acoustic classics, Richard Thompson.
Live at Rockpalast : Dortmund 1980, George Thorogood & the Destroyers.
Blues you can use : Philadelphia PA 1987 broadcast, Stevie Ray Vaughan.


Buddha-Bar, Monte-Carlo, DJ Papa.
Curao, Quantic & Nidia Góngora.




A bag of marbles, A film by Christian Duguay.
Set during the turmoil and despair of World War II, A Bag of Marbles (also known as Un Sac De Billes) tells the remarkable true tale of two young French Jewish boys, aged 10 and 13, as they attempt the perilous journey to the southern Free Zone, to find relief and freedom from the impending Nazi occupation.
A kind of murder, Diirected by Andy Goddard.
Based on the novel "The blunderer" by Patricia Highsmith.
A perfect day, Directed by Fernando León de Aranoa.
Benicio Del Toro, Tim Robbins.
Along came Polly, Written and directed by John Hamburg.
Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston.
Bitter harvest, Directed by George Mendeluk.
Max Irons, Samantha Barks, Barry Pepper, Tamer Hassan, Terence Stamp.
Burn Country, Directed by Ian Olds.
Dominic Rains, Melissa Leo, James Franco.
Drone, Directed by Jason Bourque.
Sean Bean, Mary McCormack, Joel David Moore, Patrick Sabongui.
Far from the madding crowd, Diirected by John Schlesinger.
Julie Christie and Alan Bates in adaptation of Thomas Hardy.
Finding Altamira, Directed by Hugh Hudson.
Antonio Banderas, Golshifteh Farahani, Nicholas Farrell.
Going in style, Directed by Zach Braff.
Antonio Banderas, Golshifteh Farahani, Nicholas Farrell, Henry Goodman.
Just like a woman, Directed by Rachid Bouchareb.
Sienna Miller, Golshifteh Farahani, Bahar Soomekh.
King Arthur : legend of the sword, Directed by Guy Ritchie.
Charlie Hunnam, Jude Law.
Kong : Skull Island, Directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts.
Topm Hiddleston, Samuel L. Jackson.
Man of steel, Directed by Zack Snyder.
Henry Cavill, Amy Adams.
Me, Natalie, Directed by Fred Coe.
1969 movie with Patty Duke, James Farentino, Al Pacino.
Rough stuff, Written and directed by Jonathan Adams.
Can you remember the last phone call you had with your Dad? The stories he told and the life lessons he shared? Neither did Yogi Roth.
Saint Amour, A film written and directed by Gustave Kerven.
Gerard Depardieu goes on a wine trail
Sam, Directed by Nicholas Brooks.
An alpha New York City male is magically transformed into a beautiful girl, falls in love, and learns what it means to be a woman.
Table 19, Directed by Jeffrey Blitz.
Anna Kendrick, Lisa Kudrow, Stephen Merchant.
Takers, Directed by John Luessenhop.
Paul Walker, Idris Elba.
The 33, Directed by Patricia Riggen.
Antonio Banderas, Rodrigo Santoro, Juliette Binoche.
The dam busters, Directed by Michael Anderson.
Richard Todd, Michael Redgrave, Ursula Jeans.
The death & life of Otto Bloom, Written & directed by Cris Jones.
The chronicle of the life and great love of Otto Bloom, an extraordinary man who experiences time in reverse - passing backwards through the years only remembering the future.
The good girl, Directed by Miguel Arteta.
Jennifer Aniston, Jake Gyllenhaal, John C. Reilly, Tim Blake Nelson.
The innocents, a film by Anne Fontaine.
The last battle, Directed by Luc Besson.
Director Luc Besson's first feature film. A stark vision of a post-apocalyptic future shot in black and white.
The love letter, Directed by Peter Ho-Sun Chan.
Tom Selleck, Kate Capshaw. Ellen De Generes.
The rats of Tobruk, Produced and directed by Charles Chauvel.
1944 war film with Chips Rafferty and Peter Finch.
The red turtle, Studio Ghibli presents a film by Michael Dudok de Wit.
A poignant, wordless fable of luminous imagery and swirling animation. In a majestic world of intricate hand-drawn textures, a shipwrecked man is found marooned on a desert island. With his attempted escapes thwarted by the strange and larger-than-life red turtle, the man's existence is forever altered when something extraordinary occurs.
The temp, Directed by Tom Holland.
Timothy Hutton, Lara Flynn Boyle.
The zookeeper's wife, Directed by Niki Card.
Jessica Chastain.
A man called Ove, A film by Hannes Holm.
Adapted from the Fredrik Backman novel.
Denial, Directed by Mick Jackson.
Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall.
Ghost in the shell, Directed by Rupert Sanders.
Scarlett Johansson, Juliette Binoche.
The secret lives of dentists, Directed by Alan Rudolph.
Based on a Jane Smiley novel.
Slaughterhouse-five, Directed by George Roy Hill.
Adaptation of the Kurt Vonnegut novel.
The return of the soldier, Directed by Alan Bridges.
Glenda Jackson, Ann-Margret and Avanessa Redgrave in adaptation of the Rebecca West novel.



Zach's ceremony, Directed by Aaron Petersen
An extraordinary, feature-length documentary captured over ten years that shows one boy's journey to manhood in a complex, emotionally driven story.
Life in a walk, A film by Yogi Roth and Jonathan "JJ" James.
Can you remember the last phone call you had with your Dad? The stories he told and the life lessons he shared? Neither did Yogi Roth.
Capitalism : a love story, A film by Michael Moore.
Tomorrow, A film by Cyril Dion
An alpha New York City male is magically transformed into a beautiful girl, falls in love, and learns what it means to be a woman.
Express steam. Locomotives of the Southern Railway.,
Winter at Westbeth, Written and directed by Rohan Spong.
Filmed across one extraordinary year in New York City's Westbeth Artists Housing, video artist Edith Stephen (95) hopes to complete an experimental film for her birthday; revered contemporary dancer Dudley Williams (75) rehearses for an electrifying return to the stage; and published poet Ilsa Gilbert (82) faces her impending mortality with revealingly candid poetry. An inspirational story about community, ageing and the need to keep creating.

Talking Books


Day of reckoning, Jack Higgins.
Red right hand, Chris Holm.


How to stop time, Matt Haig.


A perfect husband, Hilary Boyd.
We all begin as strangers, Harriet Cummings.
The line between us, Kate Dunn.
My sweet revenge, Jane Fallon.
The secrets we share, Emma Hannigan.
The history of us, Jonathan Harvey.
The history of us [Pre-loaded Audiobook], Jonathan Harvey.
The forever house, Veronica Henry.
Eleanor Oliphant is completely fine, Gail Honeyman.
A piece of the world, Christina Baker Kline.
Just for the holidays, Sye Moorcroft.
The god of small things, Arundhati Roy.
Jeeves & Wooster : the collected radio dramas, P.G. Wodehouse.


Poison Spring : a frontier story, Johnny D. Boggs.
The wild air, Rebecca Mascull.


As chimney sweepers come to dust, Alan Bradley.
The run-out groove, Andrew Cartmel.
The run-out groove [Pre-loaded Audiobook], Andrew Cartmel.
Murder in my backyard, Ann Cleeves.
Rattle, Fiona Cummins.
The girl before, J.P. Delaney.
The killer on the wall [Pre-loaded Audiobook], Emma Kavanagh.
The killer on the wall, Emma Kavanagh.
The last act of Hattie Hoffman, Mindy Mejia.
Fallout, Sara Paretsky.
Rather be the devil, Ian Rankin.
Death trap, Anna Smith.
Testimony, Scott Turow.


The book smugglers of Timbuktu : the quest for this storied city and the race to save its treasures, Charlie English.
A speck in the sea : a story of survival and rescue, John Aldridge and Anthony Sosinski.
Adele, Sean Smith.
Adele [Pre-loaded Audiobook], Sean Smith.
How the Scots invented the modern world : the true story of how western Europe's poorest nation created our world & everything in it, Arthur Herman.



Unforgiven, Mary Balogh.
Lord of the privateers, Stephanie Laurens.


The last secret of the Deverills, Santa Montefiore.