Ben Fogle and Gus Dermody introduce the best of 30 years of One Man and His Dog, from the very first episode presented by Phil Drabble to the current day. Looking back over the many years of sheep dog trialling, Gus chooses his top rounds showcasing the skills and level of communication between man and dog required to control a flock of sheep. The second film features the competition held at
One Man and His Dog first appeared on television in 1976 and achieved audiences of over 2.5 million viewers. It was so successful that it ran for a further 29 years. Capturing the skills of the sheep dog and the amazin...
This ready to hang piece in a gold ornate frame features a man with his dog on a city street. Lowell S.V. Devin, new American fine-artist, proves that the true Grand Synthesis of Fine Art resides in the precise aesthetic fusion of both Florentine and French Schools of Drawing and Painting, respectively, his extraordinary 'stylus-palette' blends complex-medium variations so masterfully
Is there anything more complex than a gay mans relationship with his mother?! When gay writer Lorenz returns from Berlin to his native home, a small town in Switzerland, he thinks his only concern is taking a break from writers block. But he is confronted by some uncomfortable problems; his mother, Rosie, is growing unable to live without help. She is an infuriating but blisteringly honest
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