There are still a lot of books from Books that are going, part 1 and Books that are going, part 2 that haven't found new owners yet. Just ask about any of the books. Also, I'm a wee bit behind with shipping some them out because I had to buy shipping boxes for the ones that had to go overseas. I'll get to it, soon enough. Meanwhile, the next big cull from my media collection consists of CDs and DVDs, split over two posts, because the list of CDs is very long. Here's what I've got to offer. As before, I am giving them away, all you need to pay for is the shipping if I have to mail them out.
Hayao Miyazaki: Princess Mononoke and Howl's Moving Castle. I like Miyazaki, but those two movies did nothing for me. Both are region 2.
Deep Purple: Bombay Calling. Live DVD from the early days after Steve Morse joined in 1995. A good performance with an extended stage set and some early stabs at new songs that would end up on their next album Purpendicular, but filmed in an unexciting manner and with poor sound quality. Also, the opening seconds of the first song are missing, which is papered over by including a press conference before the start. You'll still like this if you're a Deep Purple completist, but it's a very flawed release, more of an official bootleg. Region-free.
TV series: Doctor Who
I have the following Doctor Who DVDs to give away.
William Hartnell, the First Doctor: The Dalek Invasion of Earth.
Patrick Troughton, the Second Doctor: The Tomb of the Cybermen.
Jon Pertwee, the Third Doctor: The Claws of Axos.
Tom Baker, the Fourth Doctor: The Ark in Space, The Robots of Death, Horror of Fang Rock, Pyramids of Mars. All Region 2.
Peter Davison, the Fifth Doctor: Earthshock, The Caves of Androzani.
Sylvester McCoy, the Seventh Doctor: The Curse of Fenric, Ghost Light.
All Doctor Who DVDs are BBC editions and are Region 2 + 4, except the Fourth Doctor ones, which were reissued in the Netherlands with (optional) Dutch subtitles and in Region 2 only.
Next up, CDs! I have really done a major cull with the CDs, and it helped that as I reorganised them a bit after pulling the first few dozens out, a whole teetering stack of them came tumbling down. I really do need to get rid of even more of them.