Digital Classics DVD

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Digital Classics DVD Limited is a UK-based DVD label which releases titles in the UK and worldwide across a range of genres: music, arts, documentaries, dramas and classic British comedy. Digital Classics DVD is part of DCD Media, one of Europe’s leading independent TV production and distribution groups.

On 14 March 2008, Digital Classics launched its classical music video download service from with videos such as The Peony Pavilion, Peter Greenaway's A TV Dante, Arias with Christine Schäfer, Anne Sofie von Otter, Paul Groves, David Daniels, Thomas Hampson, Felicity Lott and more.

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In June 2006 Futtocks End was shown on the big screen in Trafalgar Square in London for the St. George's Day celebrations, prior to Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

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