Documentary → BBC - Cornwall's Native Poet Charles Causley (2017)
BBC - Cornwall's Native Poet: Charles Causley (2017)
English | Size: 747 MB
Charles Causley was one of the great poets of his generation. Born in 1917 in Launceston, north Cornwall, on the edge of Bodmin Moor, the only time he left was for active service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. His father died when he was a boy as a result of a gas attack in the trenches of World War One and he lived the rest of his life in the same house as his mother. He knew everyone and they knew him. He devoted his life to teaching, poetry and his mum.
UKTV - The Fast Show: Just a Load of Blooming Catchphrases (2020)
English | Size: 493 MB
It's been over 25 years since quickfire sketch show classic The Fast Show first hit our screens, and what better way to celebrate its enduring success than with a two-hour extravaganza of archive clips, cast interviews and rarely seen footage?
NHK Kabuki Kool - Here Come the Shishi Lion Dances (2020)
English | Size: 622 MB
Actor Kataoka Ainosuke explores the mythical and sacred Shishi lion. Discover the extraordinary variety of Shishi-mono dances in kabuki, and the famous mane-tossing movement. The father Shishi ® and the child Shishi (L) tossing their manes in "Renjishi."
BBC - Africa Turns the Page: The Novels That Shaped a Continent (2020)
English | Size: 960 MB
Africa has become a superpower in the world of the novel. Shortlists for the world's major literary prizes are packed with African authors, while novelists like Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie have become international celebrities. But how did Africa become such a hotbed of literary talent? In this fascinating and insightful film, Nigerian-born presenter and historian David Olusoga explores the incredible story of the African novel.
Documentary → BBC - The Town that Floored the World (2018)
BBC - The Town that Floored the World (2018)
English | Size: 1.03 GB
How did the Scottish east coast port town of Kirkcaldy become the world centre for linoleum? The Town That Floored the World traces the history of that "magic material" to its origins in the mid 19th century, and tells how one town built its fortunes on its manufacture. Current and former linoleum workers, and Kirkcaldy bairns including crime writer Val McDermid, share their stories of a life in flooring. Lino's role in high art and design is also traced. Narrated by John Sessions.
Documentary → BBC - Liverpool FC The 30 Year Wait (2020)
BBC - Liverpool FC: The 30 Year Wait (2020)
English | Size: 1.50 GB
Examines the story of Liverpool's quest to return to the top of English football by winning the Premier League. It is a revealing insight into why the club fell away after their domination of football in the 80s - how the club's identity was shaped by both the tragedies of Heysel and Hillsborough, the struggle to keep up with the rapidly changing world of football, and the Jurgen Klopp revolution that has returned them back to the summit of the game.
Documentary → BBC - Planet Earth A Celebration (2020)
BBC - Planet Earth: A Celebration (2020)
English | Size: 1.24 GB
While the pandemic restricts our movements, wildlife remains free. In this time of crisis, the natural world can be a source of solace and escape. In the most extreme of environments, from the hottest deserts to the freezing poles, from the highest mountains to underwater kingdoms, animals overcome adversity to survive and thrive, offering a message of hope to humanity.
Documentary → Smithsonian Ch. - Islands of Fire (2016)
Smithsonian Ch. - Islands: of Fire (2016)
English | Size: 1.55 GB
Few places on Earth remain largely untouched and uninhabited by humans, but such spots exist in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. Welcome to the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a vast chain of volcanic mountains that have surfaced as tiny, isolated islands thousands of miles from any mainland. These worlds serve as both playgrounds and sanctuaries, where some species struggle and others thrive. Discover the secrets of these little-known oases as we explore eight islands, from the Arctic to the Antarctic.
Documentary → NHK Cycle Around Japan - The Road Goes on (2020)
NHK Cycle Around Japan - The Road Goes on (2020)
English | Size: 1.07 GB
Our cyclists have ridden 14,000km around Japan. We've chosen the most invigorating scenes as well as new footage for you to enjoy. Cycle through the changing seasons - the blossoms of spring, summer's verdant green, the brilliant colors of autumn and winter's snowy landscapes. And then see how these landscapes were shaped by farming communities in harmony with the sea, rivers and mountains. Touring by cycle isn't just the most exhilarating way to go, it also gives you the closest look at the land.
Documentary → BBC Our Lives - Saving Our Ecovillage (2020)
BBC Our Lives - Saving Our Ecovillage (2020)
English | Size: 650 MB
Off-grid with their own food, animals, power, water and waste disposal, a Welsh eco-community try to come up with a plan to save their homes and their future.