By a ruse, Wiros and the Ruminales enter the city of Gabi. Unable to stave off the attack, Ilia runs away and returns to Alba Longa. Gala's condition worsens when she sees her daughter, as she believes Ilia is a threat sent by the gods, but Amulius defends her.
The popularity of disco creates a ruthless desperation in Aretha as she struggles to remain relevant. At the Grammy's, things don't go to plan.
In the final instalment, Aretha faces significant losses but after an unforgettable Grammy performance, no-one can deny Aretha's Queen of Soul title.
Meet the military's most adaptable steed in the sky: the OV-10 Bronco. Showcasing innovation and versatility, this rugged little warbird occupies the performance space between jets and helicopters.
By lighting himself on fire in protest, one vendor in Tunisia launched the Arab Spring, that toppled authoritarian governments across the Middle East.
In 1972, Aretha records her best-selling album Amazing Grace, inflaming family tension in the process. In 1956, Little Re discovers she's pregnant.
In 1970, over Jerry's objections, Aretha records her protest album Young, Gifted and Black. In 1951 her mother's bad decision devastates Little Re.
In 1936, 18 African-American athletes, dubbed the 'black auxiliary' by Hitler, defied Nazi Aryan supremacy and Jim Crow racism to win hearts and medals at the 1936 summer Olympic Games.
The soldiers of Velia take off to avenge their sons. They go into the woods looking for the Ruminales, who have been waiting for them and are ready to fight. Wiros and Iemos are among them, fighting for the She-Wolf for the first time.
A group of Ruminales, including Iemos and the She-Wolf, fall into the trap laid out by Spurius, who drags them before the people of Velia and locks them in a cage. As the She-Wolf despairs, Iemos encourages them to have courage and faith in the goddess.
The excitement of a 1968 Time magazine cover is quickly overshadowed by the article's focus on scandalous details into Aretha's personal life.
In 1967, Aretha is torn between her music and the civil rights movement; in 1955, Little Re returns to the gospel circuit leaving behind a newborn.
Fast, powerful, and stealthy. The F-22 Raptor is a marvel of 21st-century aviation. Examine the inside story of how this war machine became the United States' premier stealth fighter.
The 1984 British Miner's Strike turned worker against worker and led to a bloody and deadly battle between mine workers and the British government.
From gospel prodigy in her father's church to civil rights campaigner and Queen of Soul, this is the story of Aretha Franklin's rise to the top.
In 1966, still struggling to find her sound, Aretha catches the attention of a record producer. In 1954, Little Re has her first touring experience.
The year is 1613, Shakespeare is acknowledged as the greatest writer of the age. But disaster strikes when his renowned Globe Theatre burns to the ground, and devastated, Shakespeare returns to Stratford, where he must face a troubled past and a neglected family. Haunted by the death of his only son Hamnet, he struggles to mend the broken relationships with his wife and daughters. In so doing, he is ruthlessly forced to examine his own failings as husband and father. His very personal search for the truth uncovers secrets and lies within a family at war.
Friends, family and colleagues discuss the life and career of comic Chris Farley, the popular star of Saturday Night Live and numerous films.
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