In ‘1941 & the Man of Steel’ and ‘1942 & Hitler’s Soft Underbelly’, Cambridge historian David Reynolds re-examines key turning points of the Second World War, challenging the familiar narrative of how the Allies fought and won the war.
On London’s iconic river, boats are handled by a closed community of Watermen – men whose families have worked the Thames for centuries. They were once a powerful working-class tribe, proud of their royal connections and ancient customs. But, today the jobs are drying up and their traditions are under threat.
In this series, the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins faces up to the big questions of life in a world moving on and leaving religion behind. He explores what reason and science might offer in the place of religion to inspire and guide our lives. How can an atheist find meaning in life? How can we face death without the comfort of the afterlife? How should we think about right and wrong?
Gypsy Blood is an observational documentary which examines the fighting culture that gypsy fathers hand on to their sons. Filmed over two years by award-winning photographer Leo Maguire, Gypsy Blood is an intimate portrait of two gypsy families, their fight for respect and the price they pay in cycles of revenge that can erupt into sudden and terrifying violence.