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A German object conservator in Connemara, and Ernest Shackleton fanatic, is given the
once in a lifetime privilege of preserving the cabin where his hero met his untimely end.
The Frontier will explore the legends, events and folklore of the American frontier which have embedded themselves into our culture so much so that the Old West, especially the Western genre of films, has become one of the defining periods of American national identity.
In this graphic, ground breaking two-part TV series, Professor Alice Roberts investigates the cause of death of two of Britain’s most famous monarchs, King Charles II and Queen Elizabeth I.
Filmmaker Barri Cohen leads part detective story, part social history in Unloved: Huronia’s Forgotten Children as she uncovers the truth about Alfie and Louis, her two long-dead half-brothers.
The investigation into the John Wayne Glover murders – ‘The Granny Killer’.
Geoff Hurst’s life is about so much more than scoring the only hat trick in a World Cup Final.
A feature-length documentary about the legendary French volcanologists, Maurice and Katia Krafft. A film by Werner Herzog.
In this new four-part adventure history series, where presenter and journalist, Ross Kemp, fulfils a life-long dream to dive down on shipwrecks to uncover hidden stories and recover treasure.
In one remarkable sixty-year period, unforgettable children’s literature was created in Britain. Wonderland is a four-part feature documentary series which combines biography, literary extracts, and quotation, together with extracts from the many films made of the work of these wonderful authors.
Could Hitler Have Been Stopped? The Politics of Appeasement is a strikingly topical new two part documentary on the Second World War, featuring seven of the world’s leading historians.
Tells the incredible story of how one of the most iconic aircraft in history was created.
A renovation series with a twist; revealing multi-million-euro historical building restoration projects across Ireland.
Dispel the myths, meet the legends and witness the rise and fall of the greatest warriors in history…
In 1980, two years before the war that made the islands famous, a young Royal Marine called Alan Addis walked out of a bar in the Falkland Islands and vanished into thin air.
The true story of the mission to assassinate the world’s most dangerous man.
Exposing the myriad rumours, theories and disputed historical accounts of Adolf Hitler’s sexual psychology.
Told through the lens of the bumbling generals and paranoid Fuhrer who had hit the big time by tragic accident.
Martin Scorsese tells the story of a long-forgotten event that forever changed the cultural landscape of New York.
No one can fault the Queen’s commitment to duty. Her sister Margaret, however, is seen as the royal rebel, whose partying lifestyle caused embarrassment and scandal.
796 children buried in a septic tank in Ireland. Thousands of babies trafficked to the USA. What really happened to the children whose mothers had to give them up to Irish nuns?
“There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded".
He has an impossible choice; win the World Championship or make a bolt for freedom...
Unpacking the stories of a series of WWII battles connected by the men who fought them.
The extraordinary story of how the Allies turned the tide in the final months of 1918, to win the Great War.
For a few tense days in June 1944, the success of the greatest military invasion the world
had ever seen depended on weather readings taken by Maureen Sweeney at the remote
Blacksod weather station on Ireland’s west coast.
The lives and works of Siegfried Sassoon and Wilfred Owen, renowned poets who both fought on the front lines during WWI.