In the '90s, new attitudes and new technology equal more freedom, more fragmentation, more diversity and more conflict.
Through his brutal use of violence, intimidation and torture, Saddam Hussein managed to rule Iraq for nearly a quarter of a century. Few dictators loom so large in recent history, so how did he? Alternative title: The Dictator's Playbook.
The '90s progress, from religious cults, conspiracy theories, and the military disaster in Mogadishu, America becomes ever more divided.
A look at the history of the Jetta family. Four of the children talk about their experiences of living on Government Native Reserves near Kellerberrin in the 1930s to the 1970s.
A story of our Indigenous women who played a big part in keeping this country and had the passion for nursing and not recognised for their diligence in Australia's early history.
The extraordinary tale of some of the people, places and events that shaped Canada - stories of change makers and rule breakers, dreamers and visionaries, scientists and entrepreneurs who forged a nation in a vast and harsh land. With groundbreaking CGI and a cast of celebrity interviews that take us inside Canada's biggest stories, this series is truly a celebration of a nation that has transformed its differences into understanding and created an identity that is uniquely diverse. This episode, bravery and sacrifice define the new nation as war erupts across Europe. Canada, as a British Dominion, joins in the fight - a young country seeking to find its place on the world stage - and plays a crucial role in the war effort. It's not long before nearly half a million Canadians, including thousands of Indigenous soldiers, travel to Europe to serve beside their allies in the World War I.
We tell the story of the early '90s growing obsession with sex, celebrity, and reality TV, and the attack on the World Trade Center in 1993.
After taking power in 1950, Kim's regime attempted to shape every aspect of its citizens' lives, down to their very perception of reality. Now, see the methods used by Kim Il-sung to transform North Korea. Alternative title: The Dictator's Playbook.
The ancient silk road promoted the development of human civilisation through goods circulation with cultural exchanges among the regions of different languages.
This film follows Britain's iconic prime minister, Winston Churchill, in the days before the D-day landings in June 1944. As Allied forces stand on the south coast of Britain, poised to invade Nazi-occupied Europe, they await Churchill's decision on whether the invasion will actually move ahead. Fearful of repeating his mistakes from World War I on the beaches of Gallipoli, exhausted by years of war, plagued by depression and obsessed with fulfilling historical greatness, Churchill is also faced with constant criticism from his political opponents, General Dwight D Eisenhower and Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery.
Starting with Princess Charlotte (1798-1860), this program tells the dramatic stories of these young women - torn between strategic marriages, the longing for true love, and the shackles of European power politics.
Adam tells of his parent's mixed marriage, his father a Portugese-Indian and his mother coming from Broome, and of life working on the family banana plantation.
The extraordinary tale of some of the people, places and events that shaped Canada - stories of change makers and rule breakers, dreamers and visionaries, scientists and entrepreneurs who forged a nation in a vast and harsh land. With groundbreaking CGI and a cast of celebrity interviews that take us inside Canada's biggest stories, this series is truly a celebration of a nation that has transformed its differences into understanding and created an identity that is uniquely diverse. This episode, in the lead up to Confederation, Canada faces the threat of American expansionism and a decreased interest by the British in maintaining the colony. In an effort to remain free and independent, Canada also expands its borders. A new generation of risk takers, gold miners, cowboys and railway builders will rise to the challenge. But not everyone is happy with this expansion.
Amy is a storyteller, a repository of knowledge who connects her family to county. She was trucked off Country and locked up on a Mission.
Tragedy strikes again when Bobby Kennedy is assassinated. Ted Kennedy must overcome scandal and misfortune to continue the family legacy and pass the baton to the next generation.
Based on the real-life showdown that occurred when an American professor was forced to prove that the Holocaust happened when she was sued by a notorious English Holocaust denier.
Eva is already an orphan when she arrives in the Auschwitz concentration camp. She hopes to find friends there from the Theresienstadt children's choir. Miraculously, she finds Renata, but the former soprano is very ill.
David Dimbleby sails along the coast of East Anglia, exploring how Britain's view of the sea has changed over the past 200 years. The coast and the beach became a playground for the nation, inspiring artists, transforming coastal architecture and creating a seaside culture that remains uniquely British. Setting out from Gorleston-on-Sea, he travels down the Suffolk and Essex coasts and into the Thames, until he reaches Greenwich. Along the way he discovers works of art that reflect Britain's evolving relationship with the sea, meets a sand sculptor and visits the Queen's House in Greenwich, built in 1616 as a waterside retreat for Queen Anne and now home to Britain's greatest collection of maritime artefacts.
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