The use of the atomic bombs in World War II still excites controversy. Was it the only way to bring a swift end to the war? Or is that a myth, and was there more to the agreements between Stalin and Truman?
Marking the 100th anniversary of the Titanic's fateful voyage, voices from that infamous journey are brought back to life in this special program. Famous faces join with relatives of survivors to read the words of original letters, diaries and memoirs in this powerful landmark documentary.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas, The Dallas Morning News brings a captivating documentary featuring 28 eyewitnesses. Never before has this collection of key individuals been gathered to tell their personal stories and roles they played in history.
Seconds from Disaster investigates the causes and repercussions of the crash and speaks exclusively with a member of the aircrew who, alongside the investigators and victims's; families, is still haunted by this tragedy.
Charles Bean: war correspondent, obsessive historian and reluctant mythmaker. He was largely responsible for starting the Australian War Memorial, and he was instrumental in the creation of the Anzac legend. See World War I through his eyes.