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See what’s new this May on biblio+
See what’s new this May on biblio+

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This month we’re featuring new movies and series just added to biblio+ including new seasons of the hit BBC series Happy Valley (Editor’s Pick), the international thriller A Perfect Enemy, and the romance musical Hal King. We’re also highlighting a cozy selection of mystery series, like Father Brown, Shakespeare & Hathaway, and The Moonstone.

New selections from the BBC this month include Brexit starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Banished starring Russell Tovey, MyAnna Buring, and David Wenham, and the stand-up comedy series Live at the Apollo.

We’re also featuring a brand new lifelong learning selection, Rich Bitch, based on the New York Times’ bestseller from journalist and financial expert Nicole Lapin.

May featured titles available on biblio+:*



Sarah Lancashire stars in this compelling crime thriller as a police sergeant in a small town where drunkards, drug addicts and teenage pregnancies are a way of life. Her world is shaken when the man she thinks is responsible for her daughter’s death – Tommy Lee Royce – is released from prison. Meanwhile, accountant Kevin Weatherill, desperate to send his daughters to private school, asks his boss for a pay rise. When he refuses, a plan to hold his daughter to ransom quickly spirals out of control when Tommy Lee gets involved. How far will any of them go to get what they really want?


After missing his flight, a successful architect meets a mysterious young woman. They strike up a conversation that grows stranger and more twisted until it turns deadly.


Hal King is a film musical; an epic coming of age romance set in the late 1950s beatnik jazz scene.


RICH BITCH: A Simple 12-Step Plan for Getting Your Financial Life Together… Finally

In this New York Times bestseller, Nicole Lapin shows women how to take charge of their lives by controlling their money. This videobook addresses you not as a lecturer but as a friend, with a 12-step plan based on Nicole’s experiences, mistakes, and successes in getting her finances in order. Rich Bitch grabs every financial “advice” out there and presents them in a modern and sassy way. The finance world has a lot of unbreakable rules, but you’re the one responsible for how to spend your own money. This videobook provides the perfect treatment for your bad financial habits and gives you a sustainable plan to thrive on.



Benedict Cumberbatch stars in this timely and compelling behind-the-scenes drama about the Brexit referendum campaign, from award-winning writer James Graham. Brexit: The Uncivil War follows the campaign from the perspective of the largely unknown strategists in both the leave and remain camps as they plot to gain advantage over each other, while dealing with politicians jostling for the limelight and controversial financial backers.


A compelling drama from the Emmy award-winning writer Jimmy McGovern, based on the founding of Sydney. In 1787 Britain banished its unwanted citizens – orphans, petty thieves, prostitutes and highwaymen – to Sydney in Australia. It was so hot, barren and hostile that very few people had ever set foot there. Yet these rejects, overseen by a small number of British officers and marines were expected to establish a colony. Somehow, in spite of famine, drought, escapes, hangings and floggings, the colony thrived.


Donning the sharp suits and deadpan delivery for which he is famed, Jack Dee hosts fellow stand-up comedians in London’s Hammersmith Apollo. In this series he is joined on stage by Joan Rivers, Ardal O’Hanlon, Ross Noble, Jo Brand and Omid Djalili. A selection of celebrity guests watch from the front row and the audience are invited to send text messages to Jack when he’s on stage.



Comedy drama about private detectives who investigate crime in Stratford-upon-Avon. Private inspector Frank Hathaway has always worked alone. But Frank isn’t doing so well. He’s out of shape and low on cash. Frank needs a partner. Frank needs ex-hairdresser and people-person Lu. He just doesn’t know it yet. The two eventually join forces and form a highly unlikely and hugely entertaining detecting duo. Frank and Lu quickly discover that all is not as peaceful as it seems in their pretty theatre town.


Drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, about a crime-solving Roman Catholic priest. In the idyllic English countryside of the 1950s, murder and foul play are afoot. Father Brown, a Catholic priest who has spent years learning of evil from the confessions of his parishioners, is on the case. A loving adaptation of the novels of GK Chesterton, Father Brown presents a long forgotten side of country life full of humour, warmth and devious goings on. The shambolic Father may seem like the last person you’d turn to in a crisis, but beneath his muddled exterior lays a razor sharp intelligence and a passion for justice.


A fresh adaption of Wilkie Collins’ detective novel set in Victorian England. The Moonstone centres on the theft of a cursed but priceless diamond. The charismatic Franklin Blake must solve the disappearance of the Moonstone in order to win back the woman he loves, the beautiful, principled and independent Rachel Verinder. Franklin must persuade celebrated investigator Sergeant Cuff out of retirement to help unearth the true fate of the Moonstone – and regain the trust of the girl he loves.



Enjoy this Cozy Crackling Fireplace any time of day! Perfect for Relaxing, Studying, Date Night, Dinner Parties or Family Gatherings.


The Mindfulness Movement profiles the growing number of people who believe mindfulness – a peaceful quality of attention anyone can develop by simply focusing on the present moment in a non-judgmental way – is the key to creating a healthier, happier world. Featuring Deepak Chopra, Jewel, Dan Harris, Jon Kabat-Zinn, Daniel Goleman, Sharon Salzberg, George Mumford, Bill George and more.



SamSam seems like he has it all: great family, great friends, and even his own flying saucer. But he’s still trying to find one thing that will make his life even better – actual superpowers. Thanks to Mega, a mysterious new student in school, SamSam’s about to find them – and learn what it really takes to fight monsters, and how many ways there are to be a hero.

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