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Torchwood
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Torchwood Season 1, Part 1 on DVD
 
Torchwood - Season One, Part Two on DVD
 
Set in modern-day Cardiff, Torchwood stars John Barrowman as Captain Jack from Doctor Who. Captain Jack and a bunch of renegade criminal investigators are charged by the British government to find alien technology that has fallen to earth without the knowledge of the United Nations...
 
Separate from the government, outside the police, beyond the United Nations: Torchwood sets its own rules. Retrieving alien technology and responding to any ectra-terrestrial threat - a meteorite crash landing, discovery of alien weapons, unusual autopsy reports - Torchwood are alien hunters in our world.
     
Special Features
 
Special Features
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  • Torchwood: Sex, Violence, Blood & Gore Featurette.
  • Episode Guides.
  • Torchwood: On The Road.
  • Deleted Scenes.
  • Torchwood: The Team and Their Troubles Featurette.
     
 
     
     
     
     
Torchwood - Season One, Part Three on DVD
 
Torchwood: Another Life, Hardback Book
 
Operating from an underground base in Cardiff - built on a rift in time and space - Torchwood is comprised of the enigmatic leader Captain Jack Harkness; resourceful Gwen Cooper, the passion and drive of the team; Owen Harper, young and hedonistic but a brilliant medic; reserved, technical genius Toshiko Sato; and Ianto Jones, a figure for more important than his receptionist's role suggests.
 

Thick black clouds are blotting out the skies over Cardiff. As twenty-four inches of rain fall in twenty-four hours, the city centre's drainage system collapses. The capital's homeless are being murdered, their mutilated bodies left lying in the soaked streets around Blaidd Drwg nuclear facility.

Tracked down by Torchwood, the killer calmly drops eight storeys to his death. But the killings don't stop. Their investigations lead Jack Harkness, Gwen Cooper and Toshiko Sato to a monster in a bathroom, a mystery at an army base and a hunt for stolen nuclear fuel rods. Meanwhile, Owen Harper goes missing from the Hub when a game in Second Reality leads him to an old girlfriend...

Something is coming, forcing its way through the Rift, straight into Cardiff Bay

     
Special Features
 
  • The Captain's Log Video Diary.
  • Torchwood: On Time Featurette.
  • Episode Guides.
  • Deleted Scenes.
   
     
 
     
     
     
     
Torchwood: Border Princes, Hardback Book
 
Torchwood: Slow Decay, Hardback Book
 
   

The End of the World began on a Thursday night in October, just after eight in the evening...

The Amok is driving people out of their minds, turning them into zombies and causing riots in the streets. A solitary diner leaves a Cardiff restaurant, his mission to protect the Principal leading him to a secret base beneath a water tower. Everyone has a headache; there's something in Davey Morgan's shed; and the church of St Mary-in-the-Dust, demolished in 1840, has reappeared - though it's not due until 2011. Torchwood seem to be out of their depth. What will all this mean for the romance between Torchwood's newest members?

Captain Jack Harkness has something more to worry about: an alarm, an early warning, given to mankind and held - inert - by Torchwood for 108 years. A now it's flashing. Something is coming. Or something is already here

 

When Torchwood track an energy surge to a Cardiff nightclub, the team finds the police are already at the scene. Five teenagers have died in a fight, and lying among the bodies is an extraterrestrial device. Next morning, they discover the corpse of a Weevil, its face and neck eaten away, seemingly by human teeth. And on the streets of Cardiff, an ordinary woman with an extraordinary hunger is attacking people and eating her victims.

The job of a lifetime it may be, but working for Torchwood is putting big strains on Gwen's relationship with Rhys. While she decides to spice up their love life with the help of alien technology, Rhys decides it's time to sort himself out - better music, healthier food, lose some weight. Luckily, a friend has mentioned Doctor Scotus' weight loss clinic...

   
 
     
 
 
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