Host Chris Matthews - who wrote the 1997 book, Kennedy and Nixon: The Rivalry That Shaped Postwar America - takes viewers behind the Kennedy legacy, exposing the family's scandals, personal recklessness, and dashed hopes.
An explosive new biography that reveals the real John Fitzgerald Kennedy - a President who was prepared to risk his political career and, at the height of the cold war, his country's security, for sex. In a terrible instance of irony, the Kennedy assassination in Dallas in November 1963 took his life, but saved his reputation.
From the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, to the dropping of the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima in 1945. The Pacific War In Colour will include never-before-seen footage of the battles of Midway, Saipan and Okinawa, along with images of the ultra-secret A-bomb tests in the American desert.
Rewriting History: When Truth Is The Enemy is a contemporary political story that follows two professors, Australian academic Danny Ben-Moshe and professor of Yiddish Dovid Katz as they take on the Lithuanian government to try and prevent an inconvenient World War II historical truth from being obliterated - that Jews were killed by Lithuanians independent of the Nazis.
This two-part documentary shows the War in the Pacific seen for the very first time in colour. From exclusive footage of pre-War Japan to Pearl Harbour, Guadalcanal, Saipan, Midway, as well as kamikazes and atomic devastation, this program provides an insight into this war with previously unseen colour footage.
Vladimir Lenin has been called treacherous, deluded, out-of-touch, insane and might have been a minor historical footnote but for the Russian Revolution which catapulted him into the headlines of the century. Newly opened formerly secret Soviet files reveal a clearer picture of the fanatical philosopher.