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  • Elizabeth I's Secret Agents
    Elizabeth I'...
    Elizabeth I's Secret Agents (2017)
    Elizabeth I's Secret Agents is a three-part series that uncovers the network of spymasters and secret agents that helped protect Queen Elizabeth I from assassination, terror and treason for over 40 years.During a period when Britain was divided, unstable and violent, one of the world's first secret services was born. Run by William and Robert Cecil, this father and son team had the duty of protecting the Queen and the Country. This series asks leading historians to each study the period from a different key player's point of view, dissecting the minds and motivations of the protagonists, to reveal a covert spy network - and present a picture of the Elizabethan Court as it really was.This series takes us through the biggest events of the period, from the entrapment and execution of Mary Queen of Scots to the death of Queen Elizabeth I, the capture and escape of Catholic fugitive John Gerard and the most infamous terrorist conspiracy in British history - the Gunpowder Plot.

  • Secret History
    Secret Histo...
    Secret History (1991)
    Secret History is a long-running documentary series that originally ran on British television. Using a combination of interviews and archival footage, the show re-examines key historical moments of international events, often utilizing little-known and previously suppressed information. In 1992, the show won the Royal Television Society award for Best Documentary Series.

  • Eight Days That Made Rome
    Eight Days T...
    Eight Days That Made Rome (2017)
    Eight Days That Made Rome is a docu-drama that leaves behind the conventional chronologies of Rome's thousand-year history and brings razor-sharp focus to eight days that created, tested and defined its greatness.Each programme works as a stand-alone, as strong in its own right as part of a series and reveals a Rome relevant to us today, with its noblest and darkest instincts still resonating in the world around us. On-screen presenter Bettany Hughes discovers the significance and resonance of these Eight Days along with us, the viewer, as she explores key sites in Rome's empire and meets expert witnesses on subjects ranging from psychopathy to ancient religion.

  • Active Shooter: America Under Fire
    Active Shoot...
    Active Shooter: America Under Fire (2017)
    Active Shooter: America Under Fire focuses on one of the numerous active shooter incidents that have occurred in the U.S. — Aurora, San Bernardino, Charleston, the Washington D.C. Navy Yard, Santa Monica, Oak Creek, Orlando and Columbine. From precipitating factors that led to the shooting, to the bravery and compassion of first responders and the ongoing impact on survivors, their families and communities, the series attempts to create a forum for understanding, discussion and debate, keeping the lives and loss of the victims paramount.

  • American Pickers: Best of
    American Pic...
    American Pickers: Best of (2017)
    The best of American Pickers.

  • The Last Post
    The Last Pos...
    The Last Post (2017)
    Set in the mid-Sixties in the shimmering heat of Aden, Yemen, The Last Post centres on a unit of Royal Military Police officers and their families. Their job is two-fold: half soldiers and half policemen who face constant insurgency and threat. Danger is everywhere. Hand grenades, mines and sniper attacks are a constant threat.As the insurgency takes a real hold and casualties mount it becomes harder for everyone not to start to ask the big questions. What are we doing here? Is it right? As the old established order of the Fifties comes apart who will survive and who will flounder?

  • Gunpowder
    Gunpowder
    Gunpowder (2017)
    Gunpowder is set in the year 1605 and chronicles the attempt made by Fawkes and a group of provincial English Catholics to blow up the House of Lords and kill King James I, all in an effort to help restore a Catholic to the crown. Among them was Robert Catesby, who was said to be the mastermind behind the operation. The plot was ultimately thwarted by authorities after explosives were spotted near Westminster Palace.

  • The Day I Met El Chapo
    The Day I Me...
    The Day I Met El Chapo (2017)
    The Day I Met El Chapo is the biographical account of Mexican actress, Kate del Castillo. The three-part series tells Kate's side of the story using never-before-seen footage and exclusive details of what led to the infamous meeting between one of the world's most notorious drug lords, a Hollywood star and one of Mexico's most famous television actresses.

  • The Great War in Numbers
    The Great Wa...
    The Great War in Numbers (2017)
    The Great War in Numbers tells the complete story of World War I - from outbreak to conclusion - and the fragile peace that followed. It was a war unlike any other before it, with a number of firsts along the way. Seventy-milliion men were mobilised to fight around the world, from the trenches of the Western Front to the Middle East and Africa. There were more bullets fired, more bombs dropped, more men killed, more money borrowed and spent than in any war before. It was a war of numbers: men, ammunition, food - quantity was the difference between victory and defeat, and for the first time in human history, everything was recorded in exacting detail: 762,000 Britons enlisted in the first four weeks of the war; 980,000 'war' horses shipped to Europe from America; the life expectancy of a WW1 pilot was only 15 flight hours; the cost of bullets for one day of fighting in 1918 was £3,800,000 - in today's money that's £237,500,000. The series takes these numbers and more to present a new, vivid look at The Great War, with statistics helping to shed new light on the war to end all wars.

  • The Vietnam War
    The Vietnam ...
    The Vietnam War (2017)
    The Vietnam War is a ten-part, 18-hour documentary film series directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick. In an immersive 360-degree narrative, Burns and Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never before been told on film. The Vietnam War features testimony from nearly 100 witnesses.

  • The Story of Diana
    The Story of...
    The Story of Diana (2017)
    The Story of Diana is a 2-night documentary special to mark the 20th anniversary of Princess Diana's death. Princess Diana died Aug. 31, 1997, at the age of 36 in a car crash in Paris. This documentary aims to introduce the Princess of Wales, mother of Prince William and Prince Harry, to a new generation and to examine her legacy. Princess Diana graced the cover of People magazine some 57 times — more than any other person in the history of the magazine. "Even 20 years after her untimely death, Princess Diana's legacy continues to impact our world," said Robert Mills, ABC's senior VP of alternative series, specials and late-night. "Our special will honor her memory and all the good that she did in her tragically brief life. Our partners at People are perfect to tell this story as they've extensively covered her life throughout the years."

  • American Ripper
    American Rip...
    American Ripper (2017)
    In American Ripper, Jeff Mudgett sets out to prove that his ancestor, American serial killer H.H. Holmes, and Jack The Ripper were the same man; Mudgett partners with ex-CIA analyst Amaryllis Fox to launch an investigation, using modern science and methodologies.

  • Forbidden History
    Forbidden Hi...
    Forbidden History (2013)
    Jamie Theakston's Forbidden History uncovers the truth behind great myths, conspiracy theories, ancient treasures, lost civilisations and war time secrets.

  • Will
    Will
    Will (2017)
    Will is the wild story of young William Shakespeare's arrival onto the punk rock theater scene that was 16th century London - the seductive, violent world where his raw talent faced rioting audiences, religious fanatics and raucous side-shows. It's the hot, contemporary, dangerous version of Shakespeare's life, played to a modern soundtrack, exposing all his recklessness, lustful temptations and brilliance.

  • Henry And Anne The Lovers Who Changed History
    Henry And An...
    Henry And Anne The Lovers Who Changed History (2014)
    Henry & Anne: The Lovers Who Changed History is a two-part documentary in which historian Dr. Suzannah Lipscomb unfolds the extraordinary story of the tumultuous love affair between Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and asks: was it really love that brought them together - and was it love that tore them apart?

  • Hear No Evil
    Hear No Evil
    Hear No Evil (2017)
    In Here No Evil Investigators use audio recordings to help them solve crimes.

  • The Keepers
    The Keepers
    The Keepers (2017)
    From director Ryan White (The Case Against 8, Good Ol' Freda) comes The Keepers is a riveting seven-part documentary series about the unsolved murder of a Baltimore nun and the horrific secrets and pain that linger nearly five decades after her death.The series opens with the story of Sister Cathy Cesnik, a beloved nun and Catholic high school teacher in Baltimore who went missing on Nov. 7, 1969. Nearly two months later, her body was found – and, to this day, her murder remains unsolved.The case returned to the spotlight in the 1990s when one of Sister Cathy's former students – a woman only known as "Jane Doe" – came forward to share her experience of horrendous sexual abuse by the high school's chaplain. Incredibly, "Jane Doe" revealed she was also taken to Sister Cathy's undiscovered body and told, "See what happens when you say bad things about people." Despite this and testimony from other victims and witnesses of abuse, no one was held accountable, and the story was largely unreported outside of Baltimore.Through conversations with dozens of friends, relatives, journalists, government officials and Baltimore citizens determined to uncover the truth, White pieces together a story that goes beyond the death of a beloved Catholic schoolteacher to encompass clergy abuse, repressed memories and government and religious institutions that he says "at best, dropped the ball over the last 45 years – and, at worst, covered it up."

  • American Epic
    American Epi...
    American Epic (2017)
    Two British filmmakers, Bernard MacMahon and Allison McGourty, and American Producer Duke Erikson have pieced together this extraordinary story set in the late 1920s when record companies toured America with a recording machine and for the first time captured the raw expression of an emerging culture. It democratized music and gave a voice to the poorest in the nation. The filmmakers follow the machine's trail across the United States to rediscover the families whose music was recorded by it, music that would lead to the development of blues, country, gospel, Hawaiian, Cajun and folk music – without which there would be no rock, pop, R&B or hip hop today. Over three episodes the remarkable lives of these seminal musicians are revealed through previously unseen film footage, unpublished photographs, and exclusive interviews with some of the last living witnesses to that era, when the musical strands of a diverse nation first emerged, sparking a cultural revolution whose reverberations are felt to this day.For American Epic Sessions, the filmmakers have re-assembled the machine that allowed America to first hear itself. They have replicated the atmosphere of America's seminal 1920s field recordings down to the smallest detail, with top American artists recording straight to wax, using all the original microphones, amplifiers, and other equipment from that era. This is the first time that any performer has been able to use this machinery for over 80 years. Aided and abetted by Jack White and T Bone Burnett, today's legends are given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to relive the experience of the founding mothers and fathers, their idols, and remake the music that changed America and changed the world.The American Epic Sessions features performances by Alabama Shakes, The Americans, The Avett Brothers, Beck, Frank Fairfield, Ana Gabriel, Rhiannon Giddens, Merle Haggard, Bobby Ingano, Elton John, Auntie Geri Kuhia, Pokey LaFarge, Bettye LaVette, Los Lobos, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Taj Mahal, Steve Martin & Edie Brickell, Fred Martin & The Levite Camp, Ashley Monroe, Nas, Willie Nelson, Charlie Kaleo Oyama, Blind Boy Paxton, Raphael Saadiq, and Jack White.

  • Canada: The Story of Us
    Canada: The ...
    Canada: The Story of Us (2017)
    Canada: The Story of Us is stories of the diverse people, places and events that transformed a vast land into Canada.

  • Ancient Assassins
    Ancient Assa...
    Ancient Assassins (2014)
    Ancient Assassins on AHC features elite men from a wide swath of history who were trained to perfection, skilled with a devastating array of weaponry.

  • Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure
    Morocco to T...
    Morocco to Timbuktu: An Arabian Adventure (2017)
    Arabist, writer, explorer and Marrakech resident Alice Morrison follows the Salt Roads - once one of the world's richest trading networks to the fabled sandstone city of Timbuktu.Travelling by any means possible - camel, donkey and sometimes just on foot - it's a journey that takes her deep into the history, culture and civilisation of both ancient and modern North Africa. Alice's adventure reveals the extraordinary history, anthropology and landscapes of some of the most mysterious, beautiful and ancient cities in the world.

  • The Art of Ink
    The Art of I...
    The Art of Ink (2017)
    Over the past few years, the popularity of tattoos has exploded across the world. We set off to explore the different individual styles of tattooing, what makes them unique and the artistry it takes to execute them. Each episode we'll tackle a different style of tattooing, meet the top artists in each style and learn all about that particular genre from the people who are at the top of their craft.

  • Jamestown
    Jamestown
    Jamestown (2017)
    Set in the early 17th Century, Jamestown tells the story of three courageous, dynamic women who leave their dark pasts behind in England, and make the journey of a lifetime across the ocean for a new life in America.

  • Coast New Zealand
    Coast New Ze...
    Coast New Zealand (2016)
    Coast New Zealand is an epic voyage of discovery along the margins of a country that's a newcomer on the terrestrial stage; islands that were forged in the furnace of earthly forces, mega earthquakes, marauding glaciers and furious volcanoes.With 16,000kms of dynamic coastal stories to uncover with an expert and enthusiastic team, this series is a fascinating investigation into our past and present, telling the story of the formation and evolution of our nation: our history; our people; and our culture.Acclaimed Scottish archaeologist and historian Neil Oliver will be joined by four New Zealanders, all experts in their field; Matt Carter, one of the leading diving maritime archaeologists in Australasia, renowned geologist and palaeontologist Dr Hamish Campbell, marine biologist and actress Jacqueline Geurts, and Riria Hotere, an actress and passionate former member of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa staff.

  • Reasonable Doubt
    Reasonable D...
    Reasonable Doubt (2017)
    In Reasonable Doubt, two investigators re-examine controversial murder cases to help the desperate families of those convicted decide if it's time to appeal... or accept the guilty verdict once and for all.

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