New Titles Audio and Video April 2019 (arrived in March)



Don't feed the pop monster, Broods.
B sides, Brooke Fraser.
Icarus; Falls, Zayn Malik.


Gallipoli, Beirut.
Live in Buenos Aires: live in São Paulo; A head full of dreams, Coldplay.
No tourists, the Prodigy.
Simple math, Manchester Orchestra.
The annual 2019.
Live at the Capitol Theatre: 2017 be myself tour, Sheryl Crow.
Anthology, Larry Morris.
An American treasure, Tom Petty.
Deafman glance, Ryley Walker.


Songs of New Zealand, New Zealand Māori Chorale.



Book club, directed by Bill Holderman.
Four lifelong friends have their lives forever changed after reading 50 Shades of Grey in their monthly book club. Stars: Diane Keaton, Jane Fonda, Candice Bergen.
Night school, directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
A group of high school dropouts are forced to attend night school in hope that they'll pass the GED exam to finish high school. Stars: Kevin Hart, Tiffany Haddish, Rob Riggle.
Ocean's twelve, directed by Steven Soderbergh.
Daniel Ocean recruits one more team member so he can pull off three major European heists in this sequel to Ocean's 11. Stars: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts.
Puzzle, directed by Marc Turtletaub.
Agnes, taken for granted as a suburban mother, discovers a passion for solving jigsaw puzzles which unexpectedly draws her into a new world - where her life unfolds in ways she could never have imagined. Stars: Kelly Macdonald, Irrfan Khan, David Denman.
Reign of the supermen: DC Universe movie, directed by Sam Liu.
After the death of Superman, several new people present themselves as possible successors. Stars: Jerry O'Connell, Rebecca Romijn, Rainn Wilson .
Rex, directed by Gabriela Cowperthwaite.
Based on the true life story of a young Marine Corporal whose unique discipline and bond with her military combat dog saved many lives during their deployment in Iraq. Stars: Kate Mara, Ramon Rodriguez, Tom Felton.
Robin Hood, directed by Otto Bathurst.
An action-packed retelling of the classic legend filled with battle sequences, fight choreography, and epic adventure. Stars: Taron Egerton, Jamie Foxx, Ben Mendelsohn.
The Cloverfield paradox, directed by Julius Onah.
Orbiting a planet on the brink of war, scientists test a device to solve an energy crisis, and end up face-to-face with a dark alternate reality. Stars: Gugu Mbatha-Raw, David Oyelowo, Daniel Brühl.
The day after tomorrow, directed by Roland Emmerich.
Jack Hall, paleoclimatologist, must make a daring trek from Washington, D.C. to New York City to reach his son, trapped in the cross-hairs of a sudden international storm which plunges the planet into a new Ice Age. Stars: Dennis Quaid, Jake Gyllenhaal, Emmy Rossum.
The old man & the gun, written and directed by David Lowery.
Based on the true story of Forrest Tucker and his audacious escape from San Quentin at the age of 70 to an unprecedented string of heists that confounded authorities and enchanted the public. Stars: Robert Redford, Casey Affleck, Sissy Spacek.
Wimbledon, directed by Richard Loncraine.
Peter Colt is rapidly approaching the end of a lucklustre tennis career. On the verge of retiring he gets a wild card to play at Wimbledon. Lizzie Bradbury on the other hand is at the top of her game. A chance encounter sparks an attraction between the pair. Stars: Paul Bettany, Kirsten Dunst, Sam Neill.
Ethel & Ernest, directed by Roger Mainwood.
The life and times of the parents of the hailed British graphic novelist, Raymond Briggs. Stars: Jim Broadbent, Brenda Blethyn, Luke Treadaway.
The seagull, directed by Michael Mayer.
Based on the play by Anton Chekhov. One summer at a lakeside Russian estate, friends and family gather for a weekend in the countryside. While everyone is caught up in passionately loving someone who loves somebody else, a tragicomedy unfolds about art, fame, human folly, and the eternal desire to live a purposeful life. Stars: Annette Bening, Saoirse Ronan, Corey Stoll.
The Hunger Games, directed by Gary Ross.
Katniss Everdeen voluntarily takes her younger sister's place in the Hunger Games: a televised competition in which two teenagers from each of the twelve Districts of Panem are chosen at random to fight to the death. Stars: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth.
Wildlife, directed by Paul Dano.
A teenage boy must deal with his mother's complicated response after his father temporarily abandons them to take a menial and dangerous job. Stars: Ed Oxenbould, Jake Gyllenhaal, Carey Mulligan.
First man, directed by Damien Chazelle.
A look at the life of the astronaut, Neil Armstrong, and the legendary space mission that led him to become the first man to walk on the Moon on July 20, 1969. Stars: Ryan Gosling, Claire Foy, Jason Clarke.
Unbroken: path to redemption, directed by Harold Cronk.
When the war ended, his battle began. Based on Laura Hillenbrand's bestselling book, UNBROKEN: PATH TO REDEMPTION begins where Unbroken ends, sharing the next amazing chapter of Olympian and World War II hero Louis Zamperini's powerful true story of forgiveness, redemption, and amazing grace. Stars: Samuel Hunt, Merritt Patterson, Bobby Campo.
The Children Act, directed by Richard Eyre.
As her marriage crumbles, a judge must decide a case involving a teenage boy who is refusing a blood transfusion on religious principle. Stars: Emma Thompson, Stanley Tucci, Fionn Whitehead.
New moon, directed by Charles Weitz.
Based on the novel by Stephenie Meyer. Bella Swan is devastated by the abrupt departure of her vampire love, Edward Cullen, but her spirit is rekindled by her growing friendship with the irresistible Jacob Black. Stars: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner.
Ladies in black, directed by Bruce Beresford.
Adapted from the bestselling novel by Madeleine St John, Ladies in Black is an alluring and tender-hearted comedy drama about the lives of a group of department store employees in 1959 Sydney. Stars: Julia Ormond, Angourie Rice, Rachael Taylor.


A star is born, directed by Bradley Cooper.
A musician helps a young singer find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral. Stars: Lady Gaga, Bradley Cooper, Sam Elliott.
Bohemian Rhapsody, directed by Bryan Singer.
The story of the legendary rock band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury, leading up to their famous performance at Live Aid (1985). Stars: Rami Malek, Lucy Boynton, Gwilym Lee.


RBG: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, directed and produced by Betsy West & Julie Cohen.
At the age of 85, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has developed a lengthy legal legacy while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. But the unique personal journey of her rise to the nation's highest court has been largely unknown, even to some of her biggest fans - until now. Stars: Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Bill Clinton, Gloria Steinem.
Spitfire: the inspiration of a nation, produced & directed by Anthony Palmer & David Fairhead.
They say she was beautiful. A dream. But for all her good looks, she was also a killer. Spitfire is an epic, sweeping tale of determination, vision and courage. It is the story of an airplane that was forged in competition, shaped as the war clouds gathered, and refined in the white heat of combat going on to become the most famous fighter plane ever made.
McKellen: playing the part, directed by Joe Stephenson.
Feature documentary on the life and work of Sir Ian McKellen. Stars: Ian McKellen, Scott Chambers, Luke Evans.
The Pacific: in the wake of Captain Cook, with Sam Neill.
Actor Sam Niell retraces the route Capt. James Cook took 250 years before on his legendary journey across the Southwest Pacific, explores the cultures of the islands Cook visited, and discusses Cook's controversial legacy with the locals.


A very English scandal, directed by Stephen Frears.
British Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe is accused of conspiracy to murder his gay ex-lover and forced to stand trial in 1979. Stars: Hugh Grant, Ben Whishaw, Alex Jennings.

Talking Books


Winner kills all, R.J. Baile
Long road to mercy, David Baldacci.
The cutthroat, Clive Cussler and Justin Scott.
The Romanov ransom, Clive Cussler and Robin Burcell.
Nightingale. 2, Stephen Leather.


Fire & blood, George R. R. Martin.


Petals and stones, Joanne Burn.
The Insomnia Museum, Laurie Canciani.
The Hidden, Mary Chamberlain.
Hold, Michael Donkor.
Our life in a day, Jamie Fewery.
The truth about you, me and us, Kate Field.
The possession of Mr Cave, Matt Haig.
The fall and rise of the Amir sisters, Nadiya Hussain.
I owe you one, Sophie Kinsella.
99 nights in Logar, Jamil Jan Kochai.
A life without you, Shari Low.
Maybe this time, Jill Mansell.
A keeper, Graham Norton.
Gingerbread, Helen Oyeyemi.
You are loved, Jo Platt
Three-and-a-half heartbeats, Amanda Prowse.
Every breath, Nicholas Sparks.
The valley at the centre of the world, Malachy Tallack.
The Saturday girls, Elizabeth Woodcraft.


The suspect, Fiona Barton.
Wheel of fire, Hilary Bonner.
Mrs Jeffries rocks the boat, Emily Brightwell.
Fall of angels, Barbara Cleverly.
The brass verdict, Michael Connelly.
The boy who lived with the dead, Kate Ellis.
An anonymous girl, Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen.
A thin dark line, Tami Hoag.
The murder of my aunt, Richard Hull.
The ink stain, Meg and Tom Keneally.
Deceived, Roberta Kray.
Displaced, Barbara Nadel.
18th abduction, James Patterson and Maxine Paetro.
Target Alex Cross, James Patterson.
The woman in the dark, Vanessa Savage.
It should have been me, Susan Wilkins.


A field guide to the English clergy, Fergus Butler-Gallie
Matchstick man: the story of a relationship, Julia Kelly.
Bean counters: the triumph of the accountants and how they broke capitalism, Richard Brooks.
Made in Scotland: my grand adventures in a wee country, Billy Connolly.
The secret race: inside the hidden world of the Tour de France, Daniel Coyle & Tyler Hamilton.
The missing of the Somme, Geoff Dyer.


A place to remember, Jenn J. McLeod.
The other lady vanishes, Amanda Quick.


A lucky sixpence, Anne Baker.
The cuckoo child, Katie Flynn.
The blessed child, Rosie Goodwin.
Home fires, Fiona Lowe.
Penhaligon's gift, Terri Nixon.


The psychology of time travel, Kate Mascarenhas.


Dogs of the captain, Max Brand.
Sunset wins: a Western trio, Max Brand.
The desert hawk, Harry Sinclair Drago.