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  • Unreported World - Vaccination Wars

  • Channel 4

Unreported World meets the health workers risking their lives to vaccinate children against polio in Pakistan, where the Taliban have issued a decree against vaccination

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Unreported World meets the health workers risking their lives to vaccinate children against polio in Pakistan, where the Taliban have issued a decree against vaccination

  • 7/7 One Day in London

  • BBC 2

The day after London won the Olympic bid, terrorists attacked the public transport network killing 52 people and injuring over 700.

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The day after London won the Olympic bid, terrorists attacked the public transport network killing 52 people and injuring over 700.

  • 9/11 - Day that Changed the World

  • ITV 1

Documentary marking the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The day is recalled by key decision-makers including Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.

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Documentary marking the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The day is recalled by key decision-makers including Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld.

  • 9/11: Emergency Room

  • Channel 4

This brand new film tells of the emergency treatment of the injured that took place in and around the World Trade Center as the jets crashed and the towers fell on the morning of 9/11.

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This brand new film tells of the emergency treatment of the injured that took place in and around the World Trade Center as the jets crashed and the towers fell on the morning of 9/11.

  • 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers

  • Channel 4

Featuring newly-uncovered audio recordings, previously unseen home movies and powerful testimony from the victims' families, 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers tells the stories of some of the people trapped in the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001.

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Featuring newly-uncovered audio recordings, previously unseen home movies and powerful testimony from the victims' families, 9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers tells the stories of some of the people trapped in the World Trade Center on 11 September 2001.

  • 9/11: State of Emergency

  • Channel 4

This feature-length drama-documentary tells the story of 9/11 in the words of key political and military leaders as well as ordinary people who suddenly found themselves on the frontlines of a new kind of war.

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This feature-length drama-documentary tells the story of 9/11 in the words of key political and military leaders as well as ordinary people who suddenly found themselves on the frontlines of a new kind of war.

  • 9/11: The Conspiracy Files

  • BBC 2

The Conspiracy Files investigates the growing number of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks.

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The Conspiracy Files investigates the growing number of conspiracy theories surrounding the 9/11 attacks.

  • A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Ancestors

  • BBC

Neil Oliver continues the story of how today\'s Britain and its people were forged over thousands of years of ancient history. It\'s 4,000 BC and the first farmers arrive from Europe, with seismic consequences for the local hunter-gatherers.

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Neil Oliver continues the story of how today\'s Britain and its people were forged over thousands of years of ancient history. It\'s 4,000 BC and the first farmers arrive from Europe, with seismic consequences for the local hunter-gatherers.

  • A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Bronze

  • BBC

Neil Oliver reaches the end of his epic tour of our most distant past with the arrival of metals and the social revolution that ushered in a new age of social mobility, international trade, and village life.

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Neil Oliver reaches the end of his epic tour of our most distant past with the arrival of metals and the social revolution that ushered in a new age of social mobility, international trade, and village life.

  • A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Cosmology

  • BBC

Neil Oliver continues his journey through the world of Ancient Britain as he encounters an age of cosmological priests and some of the greatest monuments of the Stone Age, including Stonehenge itself. This is a time of elite travellers, who were inventing the very idea of Heaven itself.

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Neil Oliver continues his journey through the world of Ancient Britain as he encounters an age of cosmological priests and some of the greatest monuments of the Stone Age, including Stonehenge itself. This is a time of elite travellers, who were inventing the very idea of Heaven itself.

  • A History of Ancient Britain - Age of Ice

  • BBC

Neil Oliver travels back to ice age Britain as he begins the epic story of how our land and its people came to be over thousands of years of ancient history. This week sees a struggle for survival in a brutal world of climate change and environmental catastrope.

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Neil Oliver travels back to ice age Britain as he begins the epic story of how our land and its people came to be over thousands of years of ancient history. This week sees a struggle for survival in a brutal world of climate change and environmental catastrope.

  • A History of Art in Three Colours: Part 1 - Gold

  • BBC 4

Dr James Fox explores how, in the hands of artists, the colours gold, blue and white have stirred our emotions, changed the way we behave and even altered the course of history. For the very first civilisations and also our own, the yellow lustre of gold is the most alluring and intoxicating colour of all.

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Dr James Fox explores how, in the hands of artists, the colours gold, blue and white have stirred our emotions, changed the way we behave and even altered the course of history. For the very first civilisations and also our own, the yellow lustre of gold is the most alluring and intoxicating colour of all.

  • A History of Art in Three Colours: Part 2 - Blue

  • BBC 4

Dr James Fox explores how, in the hands of artists, the colours gold, blue and white have stirred our emotions, changed the way we behave and even altered the course of history.

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Dr James Fox explores how, in the hands of artists, the colours gold, blue and white have stirred our emotions, changed the way we behave and even altered the course of history.

  • A History of Art in Three Colours: Part 3 - White

  • BBC

In the Age of Reason, it was the rediscovery of the white columns and marbles of antiquity that made white the most virtuous of colours. For the flamboyant JJ Wickelmann and the British genius Josiah Wedgewood, white embodied all the Enlightenment values of justice, equality and reason.

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In the Age of Reason, it was the rediscovery of the white columns and marbles of antiquity that made white the most virtuous of colours. For the flamboyant JJ Wickelmann and the British genius Josiah Wedgewood, white embodied all the Enlightenment values of justice, equality and reason.

  • A History of Britain - Conquest

  • Simon Schama

1066 is not the best remembered date in British history for nothing. In the space of nine hours whilst the Battle of Hastings raged, everything changed. Anglo-Saxon England became Norman and, for the next 300 years, its fate was decided by dynasties of French rulers

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1066 is not the best remembered date in British history for nothing. In the space of nine hours whilst the Battle of Hastings raged, everything changed. Anglo-Saxon England became Norman and, for the next 300 years, its fate was decided by dynasties of French rulers

  • A History of Britain - Dynasty

  • Simon Schama

How Henry II built a great medieval empire only for his wife and son to destroy it.

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How Henry II built a great medieval empire only for his wife and son to destroy it.

  • A History of Britain - Forces of Nature

  • Simon Schama

Why Britain was immune to the French Revolution's call - liberty, equality and fraternity.

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Why Britain was immune to the French Revolution's call - liberty, equality and fraternity.

  • A History of Britain - Nations

  • Simon Schama

The story of Edward I who tried to force English rule on Scotland and Wales.

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The story of Edward I who tried to force English rule on Scotland and Wales.

  • A History of Britain - The Empire of Good Intentions

  • Simon Schama

Simon Schama reveals how the noble intentions of the British Empire were undermined.

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Simon Schama reveals how the noble intentions of the British Empire were undermined.

  • A History of Britain - The Two Winstons

  • Simon Schama

Simon Schama examines the lives of two figures: Winston Churchill and George Orwell.

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Simon Schama examines the lives of two figures: Winston Churchill and George Orwell.

  • A History of Britain - Victoria and Her Sisters

  • Simon Schama

Simon Schama looks at the Victorian era, and the huge impact made by women of the period.

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Simon Schama looks at the Victorian era, and the huge impact made by women of the period.

  • A History of Christianity - Catholicism: The Unpredictable Rise of Rome

  • BBC

Diarmaid MacCulloch explores the extraordinary rise of Roman Catholic Church.

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Diarmaid MacCulloch explores the extraordinary rise of Roman Catholic Church.

  • A History of Christianity - God in the Dock

  • BBC

Diarmaid MacCulloch examines the concept of scepticism in Western Christianity.

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Diarmaid MacCulloch examines the concept of scepticism in Western Christianity.

  • A History of Christianity - Orthodoxy - From Empire to Empire

  • BBC

Diarmaid MacCulloch explores Eastern Orthodox Christianity's fight for survival.

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Diarmaid MacCulloch explores Eastern Orthodox Christianity's fight for survival.

  • A History of Christianity - Protestantism - The Evangelical Explosion

  • BBC

Diarmaid MacCulloch traces the growth of Evangelical Protestantism across the globe.

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Diarmaid MacCulloch traces the growth of Evangelical Protestantism across the globe.

  • A History of Christianity - Reformation: The Individual Before God

  • BBC

Diarmaid MacCulloch looks at the Reformation and its attack on the Catholic Church.

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Diarmaid MacCulloch looks at the Reformation and its attack on the Catholic Church.

  • A History of the World - The Birth of Steam

  • BBC 4

A series of documentaries examining the history of local people, places, inventions and events that changed the world. Adam Hart-Davis tells the remarkable story of Thomas Newcomen, the Devon man who invented the world's first working steam-powered engine.

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A series of documentaries examining the history of local people, places, inventions and events that changed the world. Adam Hart-Davis tells the remarkable story of Thomas Newcomen, the Devon man who invented the world's first working steam-powered engine.

  • A History of the World - Towton 1461

  • BBC 4

A series of documentaries examining the history of local people, places, inventions and events that changed the world. Horrible Histories author Terry Deary tells the story of the country's biggest and bloodiest ever battle in which 28,000 soldiers died in a single day of slaughter during the Wars of the Roses.

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A series of documentaries examining the history of local people, places, inventions and events that changed the world. Horrible Histories author Terry Deary tells the story of the country's biggest and bloodiest ever battle in which 28,000 soldiers died in a single day of slaughter during the Wars of the Roses.

  • A History of the World - Unlocking the Midlands

  • BBC 1

Chris Tarrant discovers how one simple invention revolutionised the industrial heart of Britain. He travels by narrow boat to see how the Brindley Lock created a canal network that would transform the Midlands from rural backwater to industrial giant.

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Chris Tarrant discovers how one simple invention revolutionised the industrial heart of Britain. He travels by narrow boat to see how the Brindley Lock created a canal network that would transform the Midlands from rural backwater to industrial giant.

  • A Night with the Stars

  • BBC 2

For one night only, Professor Brian Cox goes unplugged in a specially recorded programme from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. In his own inimitable style, Brian takes an audience of famous faces, scientists and members of the public on a journey through some of the most challenging concepts in physics.

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For one night only, Professor Brian Cox goes unplugged in a specially recorded programme from the lecture theatre of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. In his own inimitable style, Brian takes an audience of famous faces, scientists and members of the public on a journey through some of the most challenging concepts in physics.