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Dogs of War explores the phenomenon of modern mercenaries and illicit arms trafficking through the story of one man who operated at the heart of this covert and dangerous world for over thirty years.
Who was the other Mozart?
This gripping historical series promises the closest look ever at the fateful day that changed the course of World War II - and the ships and lives that were lost.
A staggering story of secrets and lies, identity and family…One Holocaust survivor. Four false identities. Two fake reunions…
This series examines the role of women in the Third Reich through a contemporary lens of women as active participants in all aspects of German society.
During the occupation of the Netherlands in WW2, Willem Arondeus, a painter and Frieda Belinfante, a cellist, used their artistic skills to forge identity cards that saved thousands of Jews from the death camps.
In 1984 six Glasgow family members died in an arson attack. Their murders were followed by one of Scotland’s longest trials and a 20 year fight for justice that gripped the nation.
A bold and somewhat controversial analysis of the life and works of JMW Turner, Britain’s greatest ever artist.
28 lost adventurers must fight for their lives after their only lifeline is destroyed in the most uninhabitable place on Earth – Antarctica.
The 20th century has seen some of the largest and most devastating naval battles in history. Warships symbolised a nation's power on the world stage, watched by an awe inspired public and press. But many of these ocean titans were to become victims of the conflict.
Conquistadors: The Rise and Fall is a gripping documentary series that delves into the fascinating and murky story of the Spanish Empire's conquest of the New World.
For so long believed to be bit-players in histories dominated by men, some queens wielded extraordinary power, and ruled in ways that far surpassed their male counterparts.
The extraordinary story of the friendship between two of the 20th century’s greatest icons; how they met, the women and secrets they shared; and how it all went so horribly wrong.
March 1945: For the Germans, the war is long lost.
The extraordinary science and inventions behind the world’s oldest living culture. Over 65,000 years in the making, the story of Australia’s First Inventors can now be told.
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.
In 1963 in the countryside in England, fifteen men pulled off 'The Great Train Robbery' netting today's equivalent of $85million.
In a shocking and emotional expose, Nadifa Mohamed reveals how African people were trafficked to Western countries for entertainment – and experimentation.
Geoff Hurst's life is about so much more than scoring the first ever hat trick in a World Cup Final.
The President. His Secretary. And a moment that transformed America.
One PM Central Standard Time tells the story of the assassination of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, thirty-fifth President of the United States, as seen through the eyes of CBS News anchorman Walter Cronkite.
An investigation into an art heist like no other.
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.
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.
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’.