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(Buchvorlage: Andrew Hodges) Graham Moore, Universum Film GmbH, 2015, Film, EAN 0888750672292 Intervi..., FSK: 12, Deutsch DVD England, zu Beginn des Zweiten Weltkriegs: Der geniale Mathematiker Alan Turing wird vom britischen Geheimdienst engagiert, um den als unentschlüsselbar geltenden Enigma-Code der deutschen Wehrmacht zu knacken. Mit seiner arrogant wirkenden Art macht sich Turing jedoch keine Freunde. Nur die junge Mathematikerin Joan Clarke hält zu ihm. Während Turing fieberhaft an einer Rechenmaschine arbeitet, die Enigma entschlüsseln soll, kommen sich die beiden näher. Doch Turing hat ein wohl gehütetes Geheimnis, welches nicht an die Öffentlichkeit kommen darf. Die Enigma zerbricht den Forschern den Kopf: Das deutsche Kodiergerät verschlüsselt die Funksprüche der Wehrmacht und Marine. Mit Hochdruck arbeiten Mathematiker und andere Forscher im britischen Bletchley Park daran, den deutschen Code zu knacken. Schließlich gelingt einem jungen Genie, Alan Turing (Benedict Cumberbatch), der Durchbruch – die deutschen Funksprüche sind fortan kein Geheimnis mehr für die Alliierten. Jetzt gilt es jedoch, diesen Fortschritt zum bestgehüteten Geheimnis des Landes zu machen. Nur so kann verhindert werden, dass die Deutschen eine neue Verschlüsselung einsetzen. Turing wird zum gefeierten Star. Doch auch er hat ein Geheimnis, das nicht an falsche Ohren gelangen darf: Er ist homosexuell. Ein ‘Vergehen’, das im Großbritannien dieser Tage mit Haftstrafen und chemischen Kastrationen geahndet wird. Besonders sein Vorgesetzter, der MI6/SIS-Chef Stewart Menzies (Mark Strong), blickt mit Misstrauen auf seinen wichtigsten Geheimnisträger und ist nicht bereit, das leiseste Zeichen von Schwäche zu dulden.

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The Return of the Native , Hörbuch, Digital, 1,...
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Earphones Award Winner (AudioFile Magazine) Exclusively from Audible  Set on Egdon Heath, a fictional barren moor in Wessex, Eustacia Vye longs for the excitement of city life but is cut off from the world in her grandfather's lonely cottage. Clym Yeobright who has returned to the area to become a schoolmaster seems to offer everything she dreams of: passion, excitement and the opportunity to escape. However, Clym's ambitions are quite different from hers, and marriage only increases Eustacia's destructive restlessness, drawing others into a tangled web of deceit and unhappiness.  Considered a truly modern story due to its sexual politics and hindered desires it still holds relevance to audiences today. There is a tension between the symbolic setting of the heath and the modernity of the characters that makes the listener question our freedom to shape our lives as we wish. Are we always able to live our dreams?  Like George Eliot, Hardy was a Victorian realist whose novels and poetry were greatly influenced by Romanticism, especially the poet William Wordsworth. His critical thoughts on Victorian society can be seen throughout much of his work.  Narrator Biography  Multi-award winning actor and director Alan Rickman, famous for roles such as Severus Snape in the Harry Potter films and the Sherriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves (1991), had a varied career that included performing on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company in modern and classical theatre productions. In America, he gained recognition for his Broadway appearance in Les Liaisons Dangereuses (1985) and later his role in Die Hard (1988) made him internationally famous. Other notable performances included his 2001 return to the West End and Broadway in Noël Coward's Private Lives and Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman in 2010. Rickman is most remembered for his roles in fil 1. Language: English. Narrator: Alan Rickman. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/bbcw/002737/bk_bbcw_002737_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Beast of Bodmin Moor - Best Goon Brèn
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Watch out... the Beast is about! This new story for young readers is based on the mysterious legend of the Beast of Bodmin Moor. The acclaimed Cornish writer Alan M. Kent tells the charming tale of how a big cat came to wander the wild landscape of Cornwall. Filled with delight and wonder, this is a tale to enrich the imagination and stay long in the memory. The illustrations are by Gabrielle Cailes, an artist who knows Cornwall intimately. With wonderful spirit, colour, and energy, they capture the detail of the story and its thrilling sense of place. The story is presented bilingually with a vibrant modern translation into Cornish by Neil Kennedy. -- Kebmer with… Yma an Best et agan kerhyn! An daralla nowyth-ma a veu screfys rag redoryon yonk wàr sel a'n whedhel kevrînek a Vest Goon Brèn. Yma an screfor gormelys a Gernow, Alan M. Kent, ow terivas dhyn fatla wrug cath vrâs dos ha gwandra in pow gwyls Kernow. Ot obma daralla yw leun a dhelît ha marth, a vedn cressya agan awen ha trega pell et agan covyon. An pyctours a veu gwrës gen an artyst Gabrielle Cailes neb a ajwon pùb part a Gernow. Leun yw an pyctours a spyrys, a lyw hag a fors hag ymowns y ow portraya wharvosow an whedhel in kenyver poynt hag ow cachya an sens glew a blâss a gefyr ino. Presentys yw an whedhel i'n dhew davas gen trailyans bewek i'n Kernowek a'n eur-ma a veu screfys gen Neil Kennedy.

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Alan Titchmarsh: Collected Memoirs
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In these three bestselling memoirs, Alan tells his own story from Ilkley Moor to Pebble Mill and to the final realising of his dream of becoming TV's favourite gardener. Along the way, the cast of characters includes everyone from Auntie Ethel to Nelson Mandela and the Queen.

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The Beast of Bodmin Moor - Best Goon Brèn
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Watch out... the Beast is about! This new story for young readers is based on the mysterious legend of the Beast of Bodmin Moor. The acclaimed Cornish writer Alan M. Kent tells the charming tale of how a big cat came to wander the wild landscape of Cornwall. Filled with delight and wonder, this is a tale to enrich the imagination and stay long in the memory. The illustrations are by Gabrielle Cailes, an artist who knows Cornwall intimately. With wonderful spirit, colour, and energy, they capture the detail of the story and its thrilling sense of place. The story is presented bilingually with a vibrant modern translation into Cornish by Neil Kennedy. -- Kebmer with… Yma an Best et agan kerhyn! An daralla nowyth-ma a veu screfys rag redoryon yonk wàr sel a'n whedhel kevrînek a Vest Goon Brèn. Yma an screfor gormelys a Gernow, Alan M. Kent, ow terivas dhyn fatla wrug cath vrâs dos ha gwandra in pow gwyls Kernow. Ot obma daralla yw leun a dhelît ha marth, a vedn cressya agan awen ha trega pell et agan covyon. An pyctours a veu gwrës gen an artyst Gabrielle Cailes neb a ajwon pùb part a Gernow. Leun yw an pyctours a spyrys, a lyw hag a fors hag ymowns y ow portraya wharvosow an whedhel in kenyver poynt hag ow cachya an sens glew a blâss a gefyr ino. Presentys yw an whedhel i'n dhew davas gen trailyans bewek i'n Kernowek a'n eur-ma a veu screfys gen Neil Kennedy.

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Alan Titchmarsh: Collected Memoirs
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In these three bestselling memoirs, Alan tells his own story from Ilkley Moor to Pebble Mill and to the final realising of his dream of becoming TV's favourite gardener. Along the way, the cast of characters includes everyone from Auntie Ethel to Nelson Mandela and the Queen.

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