DVD & Downloads
Poldark – Complete Series Three (Cert 12, 540 mins, ITV Studios Global Entertainment, available now on Amazon Prime/BBC iPlayer and other download and streaming services, available from August 14 on DVD £24.99/Blu-ray £29.99, Drama/Romance)
LEADING man Aidan Turner has been baring his chest again in the lavish BBC period drama, but there has been lots of controversy too, including viewer outrage at a harrowing rape scene.
The 19th century moves ever closer in the third series and the revolution in France casts a long shadow over Britain.
Scheming George Warleggan (Jack Farthing) is intent on crushing Ross Poldark (Turner) but Ross's primary concern is rebuilding his relationship with Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson) at Nampara.
A fragile truce is shattered by the arrival of Demelza's two younger brothers, Sam (Tom York) and Drake (Harry Richardson).
Meanwhile, Elizabeth's pretty cousin Morwenna (Ellise Chappell) secures a position as governess for Warleggan and her privileged role tests family allegiances.
The three-disc DVD and Blu-ray box sets include all 10 episodes.
Ray Donovan – Season 5 (12 episodes, streaming exclusively on NOW TV, Drama/Thriller)
Professional "fixer" Ray Donovan (Liev Schreiber), who is employed by law firm Goldman & Drexler to spare the blushes of rich and powerful Hollywood clients, discovers that some problems cannot be resolved in the fifth series of the involving American crime drama.
In these 12 episodes, a family tragedy forces Ray to confront his feelings in court-ordered anger management sessions, his brother Terry (Eddie Marsan) prepares to marry patrol cop Maureen (Tara Buck), jailbird father Mickey (Jon Voight) gets into dire straits, and Ray's spunky daughter Bridget (Kerris Dorsey) builds new relationships in New York.
Motion picture studio head Sam Winslow (Susan Sarandon) becomes a power player in Ray's chaotic life and she slowly ensnares him in her web of intrigue and lies.
Williams (Cert 15, 104 mins, Curzon Artificial Eye, available from August 14 on Amazon Video/BT TV Store/iTunes/Sky Store/TalkTalk TV Store and other download and streaming services, also available from August 14 on DVD £15.99/Blu-ray £19.99, Documentary)
Based on the book A Different Kind Of Life by Lady Virginia Williams, this feature-length documentary by Bafta award-winning director Morgan Matthews explores the rise of one of the most powerful families in Formula 1 and the important role played by Sir Frank Williams' wife in holding the home and business together.
The revealing portrait of the Williams team goes behind the scenes of a multimillion-dollar business, interweaving archive footage and exclusive interviews with icons of motor racing including Sir Jackie Stewart, Alan Jones, Nigel Mansell and Nelson Piquet.
The Graduate (Cert 15, 106 mins, StudioCanal, available from August 14 on DVD £19.99/Blu-ray £24.99, Comedy/Drama/Romance)
Well, here's to you Mrs Robinson as director Mike Nichols' satire about a young man's affair with a married woman celebrates its 50th anniversary with a sparkling 4K restoration.
Naive college graduate Benjamin Braddock (Dustin Hoffman) is seduced by older woman Mrs Robinson (Anne Bancroft), the wife of his father's boss. The affair proves unfulfilling for young Benjamin and so, at the insistence of Mr Robinson (Murray Hamilton) – who is blissfully unaware of his wife's infidelity – Benjamin agrees to date their daughter, Elaine (Katharine Ross).
Mrs Robinson is furious to lose Benjamin and does everything within her power to prevent her former conquest from following his heart and marrying Elaine, culminating in a life-altering decision at the church.