Originally made in 1934, this study of the batting style of Donald Bradman was scripted and narrated by the great man himself. No other cricketer in the history of the game has approached his figures - 6996 test runs with an average of 99.94. The film was updated in 1993 with additional comments from Bradman, filmed in his home in Adelaide.Special Features:None Listed
Sit back and enjoy the great days of yesteryear as Lionel Blair guides us through the mythical era of the Music Hall. Includes archival footage from the era much of it never seen before and intersperses the footage with ...
Send them off to uni with this pocket-sized book packed with information and tips to help them on their way. Presented in easily digestible chunks How To Survive University is a healthy balance of practical and fun. It covers everything from sorting out your stuff before you go and what to wear for a fancy dress party to keeping fit and taking course notes. There are lots of recipes too from
This ground-breaking book covers fast, highly effective ways to stop cravings, end addiction and recover energy and a stable mood without needing drugs.Find out how: Your brain becomes addicted and how to unaddict itGet a good night?s sleep without drugs or alcohol Detoxify and rejuvenate your liver Stop craving alcohol and relax without it Up your energy without sugar, stimulants and cigarettes
The Ultimate Guide to Weight Training for Cricket is the most comprehensive and up-to-date cricket-specific training guide in the world today. It contains descriptions and photographs of over 80 of the most effective weight training, flexibility, and abdominal exercises used by athletes worldwide. This book features year-round cricket-specific weight-training programs guaranteed to improve your
Florence + The Machine How Big How Blue How Beautiful LP. Track listing:1. Ship To Wreck2. What Kind Of Man3. How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful4. Queen Of Peace5. Various Storms & Saints6. Delilah7. Long & Lost8. Caught9. Third Eye10. St Jude11. Mother
Exo Terra Cricket Pen, Small is ideal for housing, keeping and dispensing live crickets. Crickets prefer dark spaces, and will readily crawl into the tubes, which provide hiding places for them, making it easy to use the tubes as dispensing tools. The tubes remain in position when the lid is removed, allowing easy access and less chance of cricket escape.
The ultimate vitamin coating chamber. Its an excellent aid for feeding insects to your reptiles and amphibians. Its unique design enables you to effortlessly coat insects with vitamins and supplements. Catch and release coated crickets with the \Bug Catching Pipe\ so that there is no need to touch the crickets. Approximately 3-1/2\ diameter x 7\ tall.