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Maneaters

Bears

Bears
Using real footage mixed with dramatic reconstructionssurvivors of man-eating bear attacks talk through their gut-wrenching encounters, while experts analyze bear behavior and explain the reasons why one of the world's most formidable predators is turning on us. Along with Maneaters: Bears, four additional features of terrifying bear scares from Human Prey and Stranger Among Bears combine to caution viewers of the life-threatening situations that can arise when man meets bear. See examples of human behavior that may put us at risk. Learn how to react when faced with these unexpected dangers. And witness the miracle of survival against all odds.
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Mysteries of Asia

Jewels In The Jungle

Jewels In The Jungle
Mysteries of Asiaproduced for The Learning Channel, explores historical fact and theory surrounding some of the oldest structures in Asia. New footage of the areas under examination is complemented by film clips and animated maps, narrated by Michael Bell. Episode Jewels in the Jungle - The ancient Khmer temples of Cambodia, much of whose history is undocumented. This program examines the unusual mix of Hindu and Buddhist religious figures among the temples and gates built by the Khmer, and examines the walled city of Angkor in some detail. Cambodia's bloody recent history under Pol Pot is also discussed, and the
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PaleoWorld

Mistaken Identity

Mistaken Identity
Paleontology fascinates students of all ages. This series presents an in depth look at what is known and how we know it. Each program reveals a bit more about what has been learned to fill in a fossil record that is still far from complete using recent discoveries new techniques and computer animation to enlighten your students fascination. Episodes include Rise Of The PredatorsFlight Of The Pterosaurs, Attack Of The Killer Kangeroos, The Legendary T-rex, Mistaken Identity, Dinos In The Air, Killer Birds, Hunting Dinosaurs, Trail Of The Neanderthal, Troodon Dinosaur Genius, Dawn Of The Cats, Ancient Crocodiles, Early Birds,
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Prehistoric America

Episode 3 Ice Age Oasis

Episode 3 Ice Age Oasis
Prehistoric America takes goes on a journey through the prehistory of North Americabeginning 14,000 years ago when people were first entering the vast and beautiful continent. Witness ancient beasts, mammoths, mastodons, giant bears and sabre toothed cats, and see how their successors, modern animals and beasts, carry on their legacy. Episode 3 Ice Age Oasis - talks about the modern southeastern USA (current state of Florida). The episode focuses on the American Mastodon, the ground sloth Eremotherium, Smilodon and the American glyptodon, Glyptotherium.
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Rome Rise and Fall of an Empire

Episode 12 The Puppet Master

Episode 12 The Puppet Master
It is 114 B.C. and the Republic of Rome is a small empire clinging to the rim of the Mediterranean. Suddenlyterror grips the Romans as the first barbarian attack smashes through the imperial boarder, paving the way for what would become one of the most tumultuous eras in the history of mankind. Filled with dramatic re-enactments and action packed battle scenes, Rome Rise and Fall of an Empire chronicles the dramatic story of one of history's greatest empires from its first major battle to its remarkable military feats and through its eventual fall. This is the History Channel series, not
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Seven Wonders Of The Industrial World

Episode 4 The Sewer King

Episode 4 The Sewer King
The period of over 125 years from the beginning of the 19th century saw the creation of some of the world's most remarkable feats of engineering. Seven of the most notable are described hereeach one proving that human creativity is as much alive in the modern world as it was in ancient times. Episode 4 The Sewer King - In the summer of 1858 London was in the grip of a crisis known as the Great Stink. The population had grown rapidly during the first half of the 19th century, yet there had been no provision for sanitation. Three epidemics
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Thatcher: The Downing Street Years

Episode 3 Midnight in Moscow Twilight in London

Episode 3 Midnight in Moscow Twilight in London
This series examines the eleven years which Thatcher spent as Prime Minister of the UK. Using interviews with former Cabinet Ministers and Thatcher herselfthis series covers important events in Margaret Thatcher's Premiership, from 1979 to 1990. Episode 3 Midnight in Moscow, Twilight in London - Even as Margaret Thatcher strode onto the world stage with Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev, and the election campaign gathered pace, her colleagues began to feel disenchanted. As the economy worsened and problems with the poll tax began to loom, the prime minister found herself even more isolated behind the newly erected Downing Street security
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The Great War

Episode 2 For Such A Stupid Reason Too

Episode 2 For Such A Stupid Reason Too
First broadcast in 1964The Great War was the definitive film account of the world shattering events of World War I (1914 - 1918) a landmark history series widely regarded as a documentary masterpiece. 26 Episodes. The main narrator was Michael Redgrave. It was a co-production involving the resources of the Imperial War Museum, the BBC, CBC and ABC. The series, unparalleled at the time for its depth of research, range of source material and historical accuracy - all presented in a sequence of clear narratives - is now considered one of the finest achievements of BBC documentary. With few exceptions,
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The Medici Godfathers of the Renaissance

Episode 1 The Birth of a Dynasty

Episode 1 The Birth of a Dynasty
From a small Italian community in 15th century Florence the Medici family would rise to rule Europe in many ways. Using charm, patronage, skill, duplicity and ruthlessness, they would amass unparalleled wealth and unprecedented power. They would also ignite the most important cultural and artistic revolution in Western history the European Renaissance. But the forces of change the Medici helped unleash would one day topple their ordered world. The Birth of a Dynasty - Europe, 1400 A continent torn apart by war and plague is dominated by the authority of the Catholic Church. In the towns and cities live merchants
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The Story of India

Episode 1 Beginnings

Episode 1 Beginnings
The world's largest democracy and a rising economic giantIndia is now as well known across the globe for its mastery of computer technology as it is for its many armed gods and its famous spiritual traditions. But India is also the world's most ancient surviving civilization, with unbroken continuity back into prehistory. Like other great civilizations - Greece or Egypt for example, over the millennia it has enjoyed not just one but several brilliant golden ages in art and culture. Episode 1 Beginnings - Through ancient manuscripts and oral tales Wood charts the first human migrations out of Africa. He
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Time Life Lost Civilizations

Episode 3 Aegean Legacy of Atlantis

Episode 3 Aegean Legacy of Atlantis
Time Life's Lost Civilizations combines cutting edge digital effects technology (for 1995) with powerful dramatization. Dazzling spectacles re-create rituals and events original location cinematography in 25 countries. Computer graphics make lost worlds live again! Episode 3 Aegean Legacy of Atlantis - Follow the trail of clues that lead from the ancient myths of the Aegean world to their real life counterparts. Experience the lives of the legendary heroes as they are rediscovered in the ruins of this ancient Mediterranean world.
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Warrior Women with Lucy Lawless

Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc
Lucy Lawless hosts this series of five films bringing to life history's most charismatic women warriors. Shot on location in FranceIreland, Britain, China, and New Mexico, the stories are a heady mix of historical sleuthing and provocative reconstruction brought to the screen by television's most famous women warrior: Lucy Lawless, star of the television series Xena, Warrior Princess. Joan of Arc - Convinced by the voices of saints to step forth and serve her deposed king, Joan of Arc became an unlikely war hero. With 10,000 beaten men and very long odds against the advancing English army, she scored a
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Wild Russia

The Secret Forest (Primorye)

The Secret Forest (Primorye)
Wild Russia is a landmark High Definition series charting a journey across this vast land that stretches from Europe to the Pacific Ocean. Covering 11 time zonesthis huge country contains a wealth of unspoilt natural wildernesses beyond the huge cities of Moscow and St. Petersburg, a primal world with rough mountain summits, wild rivers and an unmatched flora and fauna reveals itself. The Secret Forest - Visit the deep and enchanting Ussuriland forest, featuring an array of fascinating creatures including two rare and endangered species of cat.
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Ancient Graves Voices of the Dead

Ancient Graves Voices of the Dead
Through the lens of modern science the grave has become a window on the past. Today we can learn intimate detail about how the ancients lived and how they died. Bit by bit their portraits emerge from flesh bones and DNA. The unearthing of the past reveals the tangled roots ofvour family tree. But some see only the desecration of our ancestors. Through this documentary listen to the voices of the dead. Ancient human grave sites speak volumes to those who listen. These haunting human time capsules have been uncovered all over the world. Some even reach a certain level
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DNA: Secret of Photo 51

DNA: Secret of Photo 51
On April 25,1953, the science journal Nature announced that James Watson and Francis Crick had discovered the double helix structure of DNA, the molecule that is fundamental to life. But absent from most accounts of their Nobel Prize winning work is the contribution made by a scientist, molecular biologist and crystallographer Rosalind Franklin, who would never know that Watson and Crick had seen a key piece of her data without her permission and that it would lead them to the double helix. Fifty years later, this documentary unravels the mystery behind the discovery of the double helix and investigates the
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Laughing With Hitler

Laughing With Hitler
Documentary which examines the history of the Third Reich through the jokes told by and about the Nazis and the fate that befell some of the joke tellers. At first this was tolerated and even encouraged - but as the war drew on jokes became a channel for subversive information and dissent and by the end laughter out of turn was cracked down upon severely. Satire and jokes at Hitler's expense were encouraged to some degree as he came into power but gradually anything deemed subversive was squeezed out and telling such jokes gradually became more and more dangerous. As
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Snowdon and Margaret: Inside A Royal Marriage

Snowdon and Margaret: Inside A Royal Marriage
A successful portrait photographer pretty much has to be a serial seducercharming each successive client into the belief that he (or she) only has eyes for them. But not all portrait photographers, one hopes, follow through quite so energetically as Antony Armstrong-Jones, cynosure of Swinging Sixties London and a byword among his friends for sexual appetite If it moves he'll have it was one of the comments recalled in Snowdon and Margaret Inside a Royal Marriagean intriguingly candid account of the ill starred marriage between the Queen's younger sister and the socialite photographer. Snowdon, the film made it clear, had
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The Hiding Place

The Hiding Place
The true story of a family that fought the Nazi madness with the only weapon they had. Love. In wartime Holland the Ten Boom family quietly sheltered Jews in their small house - until Nazis discovered the hiding place. With the Nazi invasion of Hollandthe ten Boom family joins the underground resistance to help save persecuted Jewish families. But when they are arrested and imprisoned in concentration camps themselves, they're left with nothing to cling to but their faith.
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Through Hell for Hitler

Through Hell for Hitler
Chronicling the exploits of former German Panzer driver Henry Metelmannwho was conscripted to fight for the Fatherland in World War Two. Transformed from idealistic Hitler Youth to battle-hardened soldier, he was responsible for the deaths of surrendering fighters and innocent civilians, only surviving the Russian Front through a combination of luck and cowardice. He tells his story in flashbacks from his home in Britain as an old man. A matter of fact account of his youth before the war and his trials during his time as a soldier.
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500 Nations

Episode 8 Attack on Culture

Episode 8 Attack on Culture
In September 2004on the last remaining site on the Mall in Washington D.C., the Smithsonian Institution opened the National Museum of the American Indian, inaugurating a new era in the education of all people about Native America. In conjunction with this event, and in response to popular demand 500 nations was broadcast on the Discovery Channel. Episode 8 Attack On Culture - The final episode of this mini series explores the legislative attack on native ways, including the disbanding of communal land. Today, the renewal of native cultures reminds us of the glory of America's original people and the hardships
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Ancient Rome The Rise and Fall of an Empire

Episode 2 Nero

Episode 2 Nero
This is the 6 episode BBC docudrama with voiceovernot the 13 episode History channel documentary with recreations. The rise and fall of Ancient Rome through six key turning points. Factually accurate and based on extensive historical research, it reveals how the greed, lust and ambition of men like Caesar, Nero and Constantine shaped the Roman Empire. CGI is mixed with compelling drama and spectacular live-action battles. Episode 2 Nero - His plans to turn Rome into a glorious city bankrupted the Empire, he married his slaveboy and he was finally overthrown. This is the story of what happened when the
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Art of Spain

Episode 3 The Mystical North

Episode 3 The Mystical North
This series celebrates the astonishing influence of Spain on European art. Presenter Andrew Graham-Dixon immerses himself in true Spanish culture and meets the people who live and work with this artistic legacy. Episode 3 The Mystical North - In the final part he reveals how the north of the country has produced some of the most dazzling and iconic art of the modern age. Spain's turbulent history has shaped artists from Francisco Goya to Pablo Picasso. Graham-Dixon argues that Spanish architecture is the art form now taking the nation forward in the new millennium.
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Bible Mysteries

Who Killed Jesus?

Who Killed Jesus?
Bible Mysteries is a series of programs exploring great figures and events from biblical times. Historicalarchaeological and anthropological evidence combined with stylish drama re-enactments, CGI graphics and expert opinion offers a comprehensive exploration into some of the Bible's most compelling people and stories and gives fresh insights into the historical realities of the times. Episode Who Killed Jesus? - No trial or execution in history has had such a momentous outcome as that of Jesus in Roman occupied Jerusalem, 2000 years ago. But was it an execution or a judicial murder, and who was responsible? This documentary focused on three
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Chinese School

Episode 1 The Year of the Golden PIg

Episode 1 The Year of the Golden PIg
Documentary series about the hopes and dreams of a group of children at three schools in rural Chinait takes as its subject one small town in rural Anhui, and focuses on their lives during the course of a single academic year. The schools are schools like many thousands of others across this vast nation, but through the individual stories of hardship, joy and success, an extraordinary portrait emerges, not just of a group of children and a town, but of a side of the Chinese nation seldom seen. Episode 1 The Year of the Golden Pig - The children and
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Decisive Battles of the Ancient World

Hail Caesar 48 B.C. Pharsalus

Hail Caesar 48 B.C. Pharsalus
Decisive Battles of the Ancient World presents the 13 defining points of ancient warfare moments that altered the course of history and shaped the modern world. It is a comprehensive account of the famed leaders that commanded victory and the brilliant military tactics that swayed destiny. The show used the game engine from Rome: Total War to present 3-D versions of the battles. Hail Caesar 48 B.C. Pharsalus - Of all Rome's many battlesperhaps the most important was internal. When Julius Caesar went head to head, with Gnaeus Pompey, the outcome would change the fate of the Western world.
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Earth The Power of the Planet

Episode 2 Atmosphere

Episode 2 Atmosphere
Earth: The Power of the Planet highlights the major events which have shaped the Earth's history and allowed life to flourish. Presented by Dr Iain Stewarteach episode will reveal a different force critical to the development of Earth including volcanoes, the ocean, the atmosphere and ice. Episode 2 Atmosphere-The atmosphere is Earth's protective layer, cloaking us in a warm, oxygen-rich embrace and shielding us from the cold hostility of space. It acts as a natural greenhouse, keeping the Earth 51 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than it would otherwise be. Yet the atmosphere is also full of contradictions. It's immensely powerful but
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Great Artists with Tim Marlow

Episode 13 Turner

Episode 13 Turner
A major 14 part television series in which art historian Tim Marlow takes a fresh look at the most important artworks of some of the greatest artists in history. Shot on location in over 50 galleriesmuseums, churches and palaces throughout Europe and the United States, this series is a comprehensive survey of the history of Western art. Both intelligent and informative, the series aims to provide an uncomplicated and accessible analysis of the works and artists featured including Giotto, Michelangelo and Raphael.
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History's Turning Points

1532 A.D. The Conquest of the Incas

1532 A.D. The Conquest of the Incas
Each turning point in history has behind it a story and a set of principal characters whose dilemmas and conflicts form its dramatic coreand whose unique personalities influenced the outcome of events. History's Turning Points provides a fascinating and intriguing new perspective on the significant moments that have changed the world. The Conquest of the Incas - 1532 AD When Pizarro, 170 soldiers and a friar arrived, The Inca, scornful of the scruffy Spaniards, invited them to stay in the town. They kidnapped the Inca, collected a ransom and killed him. But the plunder had only begun. The Spaniards diseases
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Human Senses

Episode 2 Hearing and Balance

Episode 2 Hearing and Balance
The senses are our guide to the worldkeeping us out of danger and directing us to pleasure. But how sensitive and accurate are they? And Just how intense a sensation can we bear? We will also meet the sensory superstar of the animal kingdom, who can help to explain the biological roots of our own senses. The light hearted but revealing series explores, sense by sense, how they function and why we need them. Episode 2 Hearing and Balance - Sound can have a very powerful effect on how we feel about the world and Nigel Marven is on a
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Landscape Mysteries

Episode 2 Figures in the Chalk

Episode 2 Figures in the Chalk
Professor Aubrey Manning embarks on a series of journeys in which he tries to solve mysteries hidden in the landscape of the British Isles. Unpicking clues in the geologynatural history, and archaeology, Aubrey reveals how the land has come to look the way it does. Episode 2 Figures In The Chalk - Aubrey travels to the Chalk Hills of England to unravel the origins of the enigmatic chalk figures such as the Long Man of Wilmington and the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset. The age of these chalk figures has never been fully established and Aubrey, alongside a team of
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MegaStructures Built from Disaster

Episode 3 Tunnels

Episode 3 Tunnels
Megastructures: Built from Disaster explores how accidents throughout the world have influenced the evolution of modern structural engineering. Episode 3 Tunnels - the word evokes mysteryadventure and claustrophobia. They make mountains manageable, connect our cities and can even bring together continents. But every tunnel is an enclosed space - a very dangerous place to be if something goes wrong. This episode looks at how recent catastrophes at the Channel Tunnel, Mont Blanc and Gotthard Tunnels of Europe spawned a revolution in tunnel building technology that is still evolving today. From failsafe evacuation systems through fireproof concrete and radical new approaches
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Naked Science

Episode 6 Bermuda Triangle

Episode 6 Bermuda Triangle
The series features various subjects related to science and technology. Some of the views expressed might be considered fringe or pseudo-science. Episode 6 Bermuda Triangle - Ships and planes vanish without a trace. The Triangle goes by many namesThe Vile Vortices or The Devil's Triangle. There are also debates as to its boundaries. But at the centre of the myths and legends are the 450,000 square miles of island strewn ocean between Miami, Bermuda and Puerto Rico. Said to be a mysterious vortex claiming lives, ships, and planes at will. Some are never found, others turn up as gravestones on
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People's Century

Episode 11 Brave New World 1945

Episode 11 Brave New World 1945
A departure from other documentaries that observe history as the actions of great men People's Century considers the Century from the view of common people. Most persons interviewed were ordinary men and women who closely witnessed various events and they give personal accounts how developments in the Twentieth Century affected their lives. The opening credits depict various images from the century and a very short introduction. Episode 11 Brave New World 1945 - Despite being allies against Hitler, disagreement and rivalry soon break out between the Soviet Union and the West, leading to the Cold War. The Soviet Union installs
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Revealed

Secret D-Day Disaster

Secret D-Day Disaster
How did a rehearsal for D-Day on a sleepy stretch of the Devon coast turn into a bloodbath resulting in the death of hundreds of Allied soldiers? Exercise Tiger was the Allies' worst training disaster of the 20th century - a combination of allied incompetence and enemy infiltration that was hushed up until 1984. Survivor and eye-witness accountstop-secret documents, film archive and findings from underwater excavations help to reveal the secrecy and conflicting evidence that persists to this day.
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Secret History

Armada

Armada
Look outs on the English coast have been expecting the Spanish Armada for 3 years and now they're here. The Spanish called it the Enterprise of England a massive sea born invasion. What happened next has been celebrated by the English ever since. It is one of the ways the English define themselves: it's pluck in the face of adversityit's coolness under fire, it's effortless superiority, the English David against the Spanish Goliath. That's the legend but the real Armada story is a country defended by pirates, who through cunning caution and ingenuity managed not loose ... just.
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Space

Episode 4 Are We Alone?

Episode 4 Are We Alone?
Space is presented by Sam Neill and takes the viewer on journeys across the universe. Unlike Carl Sagan's 1980 series Cosmosthis series is astronomy for the Age of Anxiety, revealing with terrifying clarity and in graphic detail how fortunate humanity is to exist at all, and how it could all end at any moment as a result of space-bound monsters like rogue comets and asteroids or wandering black holes. Finally, the series finds cause for faint optimism with Star Trek-style speculations on the development of Ion-drive, terraforming new worlds and wormhole technology that might, just might, allow humanity to escape
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The Conquerors

General Zhukov Conqueror of Berlin

General Zhukov Conqueror of Berlin
This documentary tour de force on the world's greatest battles and the fearless men who won them. The Conquerors examines 12 legendary figures that altered the course of history through military brilliance and sheer willpower. Diary entriesinterviews with scholars and heart-stopping reenactments examine the strategies, weapons of conquest and the significance of each engagement in the annals of history. Hosted by decorated war veteran Captain Dale Dye. Episode General Zhukov WWII Conqueror Of Berlin - In April 1945, Stalin was in a hurry. The Americans had recently crossed the Rhine and he was worried they might capture Berlin. To speed
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The Great War

Episode 16 Right Is More Precious Than Peace

Episode 16 Right Is More Precious Than Peace
First broadcast in 1964The Great War was the definitive film account of the world shattering events of World War I (1914 - 1918) a landmark history series widely regarded as a documentary masterpiece. 26 Episodes. The main narrator was Michael Redgrave. It was a co-production involving the resources of the Imperial War Museum, the BBC, CBC and ABC. The series, unparalleled at the time for its depth of research, range of source material and historical accuracy - all presented in a sequence of clear narratives - is now considered one of the finest achievements of BBC documentary. With few exceptions,
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The Most Evil Men and Women in History

Mary Tudor

Mary Tudor
This series of programs consists of 16 episodes which profile 16 evil men and women throughout history who have used their power to torturekill, maim and eradicate millions of people. Attila The Hun - Attila was Khan of the Huns. He is remembered as the epitome of cruelty and rapacity. He passed unhindered through Austria and Germany, across the Rhine into Gaul, plundering and devastating all in his path with a ferocity unparalleled in the records of barbarian invasions and compelling those he overcame to augment his mighty army.
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The True Story

The Philosopher Stone

The Philosopher Stone
Documentary examining the medieval myth of the Philosopher's Stonea Holy Grail-type relic which supposedly held the key to alchemy and immortality. Many noted alchemists and adventurers searched obsessively for the artifact hoping to learn its powerful secrets, a quest which allegedly drove some to madness and others to celestial encounters. Today, the quest for the Philosopher's Stone is merely thought of as a work of fiction from the pages of a Harry Potter novel. However, in the Middle Ages, the very real search for the Philosopher's Stone was second only to that of the Holy Grail. This fascinating documentary unearths
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Tory! Tory! Tory!

Episode 3 The Exercise of Power

Episode 3 The Exercise of Power
Tory! Tory! Tory! is a 2006 BBC television documentary series on the history of the people and ideas that formed Thatcherism told through the eyes of those on the New Right. It was nominated for the best Historical Documentary at the Grierson Awards in 2006. The series was commissioned by the newly appointed Controller of BBC Four Janice Hadlow as a companion piece to the successful series Lefties. Episode 3 The Exercise of Power - This edition describes how Margaret Thatcher and her supporters rode on her popularity after the Falklands War to roll out a series of radical policies
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Weapons That Made Britain

The Sword

The Sword
Presenter Mike Loadesan expert who trains people how to use medieval weapons, takes the viewer on a tour of medieval arms and armour, and demonstrates their central role in key events in British history. Learn about much more than the weapons themselves as the series draws in themes of technology, religion, geography and even music. Episode 1 The sword - A deadly weapon that was used throughout the Middle Ages and was standard army issue until the late 19th century. In the 1471 Battle of Barnet (during the War of the Roses), fighting eventually came down to the sword despite
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World War II In Colour

Episode 3 Britain at Bay

Episode 3 Britain at Bay
World War II In HD Colour is a 13 episode television documentary series recounting the major events of World War II narrated by Robert Powell. The series combines both original and colourised footage. With the very latest satellite delivered terrain mapping and state of the art graphics this story can now be told with access to information which was not previously available to other older series. Conventional wisdom has recently changed as more and more secrets have been revealed particularly in the last five to ten years as documentsfiles and photographs have been released. Code breaking revelations, and newly released
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Chernobyl Life in the Dead Zone

Chernobyl Life in the Dead Zone
What would happen if the world were suddenly without people if we vanished off the face of the earth? How would nature react and how swiftly? This program takes place at the site of the world's worst nuclear accidenthastily abandoned by panic stricken humans 20 years ago when highly radioactive fall out flooded everything within a 32 kilometre radius. Cattle and people were evacuated and only wild animals remained. While humans have made life in this land impossible for themselves, the animals have found a way and they have not just survived, they have thrived.
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Gladiator Games The Roman Bloodsport

Gladiator Games The Roman Bloodsport
A look at the making of the Gladiator and the historical aspects presented within the film. Interviews with castcrew and historical professors about certain locations and characters that were in the movie. Originally aired on Discovery Channel as a promotion for the 2000 film. Interviews with cast, crew and historical professors tell us a little bit more about certain locations and characters than what was in the movie.
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Michael Jackson Take Two The Footage You Were Never Meant To See

Michael Jackson Take Two The Footage You Were Never Meant To See
Michael Jackson Interview The Footage You were Never Meant to See is a response documentary to the initially broadcasted interview documentary by Martin Bashir titled Living with Michael Jackson to provide a much more comprehensive view inside the life of pop megastar Michael Jackson.
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Thatcher and the Scots

Thatcher and the Scots
Allan Little looks back at the tumultuous Thatcher years and assesses the effect they had on Scotland. The programme also examines the personalhuman relationship between Margaret Thatcher and Scotland. Why did she become the subject of so much bile? And what does that say about the Scots and their attitudes? With archive film and in-depth interviews with politicians, historians and those who lived through and reported on the Thatcher years.
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The Lost Tomb Of Jesus

The Lost Tomb Of Jesus
Has the tomb of Jesus Christ been found? Since the 1970shundreds of tombs and thousands of ossuaries (limestone bone boxes) have been discovered in the Jerusalem area. These ossuaries served as coffins in first century Jerusalem. One of these tombs was found to contain ten ossuaries. Six of the ossuaries in this tomb have inscriptions on them. As it turns out, every inscription in this particular tomb relates to the Gospels. This documentary makes a case is made that the 2,000 year old Tomb of the Ten Ossuaries belonged to the family of Jesus of Nazareth.
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Who Killed the Maya?

Who Killed the Maya?
How could a civilization which thrived for over two thousand years just suddenly disappear? Today many believe that a giant drought killed off the Maya but is this really the case? World Maya Expert, Nikolai Grube began by looking at the Maya's own historical records their fantastic hieroglyphic writing. Hidden within them he found two extraordinary figures: Dark Bat King and a Cold Killer Queen. Never before has the story of these remarkable individuals been brought to life. By resurrecting their spirit, Grube has come to the groundbreaking theory that the Maya collapse cannot be blamed on natural forces, but
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A History of Scotland

Episode 9 This Land is Our Land

Episode 9 This Land is Our Land
Ten thought - provoking episodes bring a fresh perspective to Scotland's past and challenges many of the perceived notions of Scottish history. Using the very latest in historical research A History of Scotland is a sweeping and insightful chronicle of an often turbulent but continuingly fascinating nation.
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