This series deals with the role of the Wehrmacht in Hitler's Germany. Recently, historian Soenke Neitzel discovered secret records in British secret service files of private conversations between all the German generals held by the Western Allies at Trent Park in Britain during and after World War 2. In re-enactments of these conversations, the generals speak frankly, revealing their real opinions about the war, Hitler and the Nazi regime.
In the latter half of the 20th Century, two men came to symbolise the fight for racial equality and stand up for what they believed in.
Simon Schama looks at how political revolutions racked Britain after Charles I's execution, when Britain was a kingless republic led by Oliver Cromwell, a man of vision who brought about significant reforms.
On 6 June 1968, hours after winning the Californian Democratic Primary election, Senator Robert Kennedy was shot and fatally wounded. The assassin was 24-year-old Palestinian immigrant, Sirhan Sirhan, who fired five shots before he was seized. However, Robert Kennedy had many enemies and more than one assassin may have been involved.
Green Valley was a housing commission estate in western Sydney, much maligned by the media of the day. The residents were hurt by the criticism but lacked access to the media to respond. Supplied with equipment by Film Australia, they used this film to present a different image of themselves and their daily lives.
The expanding Roman Empire had crushed the Celts in continental Europe - but many people in Britain and Ireland remain convinced they're descendants of the ancient Celts. The Romans never called the people of Britain 'Celts' - although they did say the ancient Britons spoke a similar language.
Wild Things is the highly acclaimed breakthrough documentary by Adam Hopkins about a group of children whose parents gave them all a new surname: "Wild". In the early 1970s, a group of idealistic young adults converted a regular North London townhouse into a revolutionary commune. They believed that life in a nuclear family was stifling, and chose to raise their children collectively. These children would not belong to anybody; they would be wild and free.
The amazing army of terracotta soldiers is Qin Shi Huangdi's most widely known legacy. This documentary looks at how he created the greatest empire of antiquity, planned the first Great Wall, and built the largest burial site in the world. But at what cost?
During Hitler's last few months he did not leave his bunker. His leading supporters schemed to save their own skins and few were with him to the end.
Agent Moura tells the story of Baroness Moura Budberg, a supposed Russian Spy. Baroness Moura Budberg was a Russian born noblewoman whom, according to legend, became a Russian and British spy. Her life was filled with shadowy entanglements and glamorous liaisons. Moura was linked to some of early 20th century Europe's most famous men. Having had a contentious affair with British spy R. H. Brue Lockhart which landed both of them in jail, and later being a lover to both H. G. Wells and Maxim Gorky.
Warriors is a series of lavish, all-action dramatic spectacles based on the lives of six men who shaped the world around them by sheer force of will, genius, courage and greed. This powerful series revisits the inspiring personalities of six warriors that have earned their place in the world's imagination, all prepared to die for what they believed in - whether it was God or gold, the pursuit of power and glory, or a magnificent ideal.
Basilone's celebrity grows as he travels across the country on the war bonds tour. On Pavuvu, Sledge, assigned to the 5th Marines, is briefly reunited with Phillips and Leckie. Sledge then gets his first taste of combat as he, Leckie, and the rest of the Marine Division meet fierce Japanese resistance while landing on the intricately and heavily defended coral island of Peleliu.
Time Team America heads to the picturesque and remote canyons of southern Utah to examine what remains of the Fremont Indians who lived there 1,000 years ago.
This episode takes a look at the turbulent civil wars that culminated in two events unique to British history - the public execution of a king and the creation of a republic.
On 8 December 1980, outside the Dakota Building, the 40-year-old Beatle was shot dead by Mark David Chapman, a young stalker who alleged that he was Lennon's double. What were the psychological factors which drove Chapman to murder?
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