Box set featuring Ray Winstone in some of his finest television roles. In 'Henry VIII', Winstone brings history's most beguiling monarch to life, revealing the destruction that he left in his wake during his extraordinary 38-year reign. From the moment Henry Tudor casts aside his faithful wife Katherine of Aragon (Assumpta Serna) for the bewitching and determined Anne Boleyn (Helena Bonham Carter), he sets himself on course for a series of disastrous marriages. Violent conflict, both within the population and the church, left England reeling while its complex and charismatic King turned from handsome playboy to a bitter invalid desperate for a son and heir to the throne. In 'Births, Deaths and Marriages', Alan (Winstone), Graham (Mark Strong) and Terry (Philip Davis) have been best mates since primary school. Now pushing forty, the three friends are still inseparable. Naturally, Alan and Graham are going to give Terry a stag night to remember. A big fry-up breakfast, bubbly, down the dogs for a flutter, ten-pin bowling. But when the boys pay a late night revenge visit to their despised former headmaster, things begin to go disastrously wrong. A tragic accident sets off an unforeseen chain of events revealing terrible secrets. Life will never be the same again. Finally, in 'Vincent', Winstone plays the head of a team of private investigators who are the last resort for troubled people with nowhere left to turn.