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    BBC Worldwide in November - Part Four

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    Following on from yesterday's look at what BBC Worldwide have coming our way in November, today we have a final visit with the remaining DVD only titles set to arrive on the 25th.

    The first two of these are of the comedy variety, starting with Simon Amstell: Numb Live which carries a recommended retail price of £20.42.

    This one-off stand-up special is a performance of Simon's Amstell's stand-up show, 'Numb', which he toured to sell-out audiences around the UK and Ireland in 2012 as well as Australia and more recently, Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York.

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    Recorded specially for BBC4 at TV Centre, the DVD release of Numb is a stripped-down, intimate performance, with no set and minimal lighting; a painfully raw, honest and deeply funny exploration of disconnection and loneliness.

    Keeping with the stand-up theme sees Jason Byrne: Special Eye arrive with an RRP of £20.42.

    Irish favourite Jason Byrne’s new release features a riotous set filmed in Dublin. Opening with a high-octane spectacular, Jason's devilishly inspired and deftly delivered stand-up comedy will have you roaring with laughter.

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    And finally, fans of escapology should enjoy Dangerman: The Incredible Mr Goodwin, which is the five episode series on DVD priced at £20.42.

    Jonathan Goodwin is a man who combines the skills of Houdini and Superman. Prepare to be astounded by Goodwin’s spectacular feats of out-of-this-world bravery, agility and physical strength, including the incredible headline-making stunt of him hanging by a burning rope from the London Eye!

    Extras include a never-seen-before stunt master class in which Goodwin demonstrates how to rip a deck of cards in half and a nerve-shredding outtake called ‘When Things Go Wrong’.

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