Documentary → Channel 5 - Cruising Iceland with Jane McDonald (2020)
Channel 5 - Cruising Iceland with Jane McDonald (2020)
English | Size: 1.04 GB
Previously unseen highlights of the singer's trip in which she explored Iceland aboard the Ocean Diamond, which began life as a ferry, but now braves the freezing Arctic seas to provide passengers with breathtaking views of the country's rugged shorelines.
Documentary → Channel 5 - The Flying Scotsman Pride of Britain (2018)
Channel 5 - The Flying Scotsman: Pride of Britain (2018)
English | Size: 1.26 GB
Rob Bell presents a documentary charting the history of the world's most famous steam locomotive.
Documentary → BBC - Pavlopetri The City Beneath the Waves (2011)
BBC - Pavlopetri: The City Beneath the Waves (2011)
English | Size: 1.42 GB
Just off the southern coast of mainland Greece lies the oldest submerged city in the world. It thrived for 2,000 years during the time that saw the birth of western civilisation.
NHK Cycle Around Japan - Kagawa: The Pursuit of Excellence (2020)
English | Size:
Facing the Seto Inland Sea, sunny Kagawa Prefecture historically overcame a lack of natural resources and water through skill and hard work. Despite having no local bamboo or paper, Kagawa artisans created paper fans famed for their quality. Bonsai grow well in this dry climate and Kagawa's have won fans worldwide. After a taste of Wasanbon sweets, prized for centuries for their delicate sweetness, we cross to a small island to sample soy sauce made the traditional way. A trip of tough but rewarding climbs, reflecting the spirit of Kagawa.
Documentary → BBC - Wild Swimming with Alice Roberts (2010)
BBC - Wild Swimming with Alice Roberts (2010)
English | Size: 1.54 GB
Alice Roberts embarks on a quest to discover what lies behind the passion for wild swimming, now becoming popular in Britain. She follows in the wake of Waterlog, the classic swimming text by journalist and author Roger Deakin.
Documentary → Taskovski Films - The Gold Spinners (2014)
Taskovski Films - The Gold Spinners (2014)
English | Size: 1.57 GB
A Funny Probe Into the Absurd World of Soviet Commercials. True story about a fake reality or a fake story about true reality? The inhabitants of the countries of former Eastern Bloc can still remember the absurdity of television commercials in the socialist era, when such products as salad or things permanently out of stock were advertised. The Gold Spinners (Kullaketrajad) is a story about the birth, glory years and disappearance of the film studio Eesti Reklaamfilm - the only company producing advertisements in the Soviet Union. Under this regime with no actual goods to advertise, the marketing rules did not apply and - to the thousands of concerned Soviet officials - even the word 'advertisement' sounded almost as ominous as such as words as saxophone, CIA and Coca-Cola.
Documentary → BBC - Priest School (2020)
BBC - Priest School (2020)
English | Size: 1.01 GB
Rare, unique and exceptional access to the inner workings, personnel, seminarians and history of the oldest Scottish institution abroad - Il Pontificio College Scozzese (the Scots College in Rome.) Over the course of a year, this programme documents inspiration, celebration and ordination.
Documentary → BBC - Stephen The Murder that Changed a Nation (2018)
BBC - Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation (2018)
English | Size: 2.04 GB
It devastated a family, shocked a nation and shone a spotlight on racism in the establishment. Two decades on, what is Stephen Lawrence's legacy?
Documentary → Discovery Channel - Cold War Submarine Adventures Cuban Missile Crisis - Secret Subs (2002)
Discovery Channel - Cold War Submarine Adventures: Cuban Missile Crisis - Secret Subs (2002)
English | Size: 791 MB
For forty years, the Cold War was also waged beneath the sea between the United States and the USSR. Submarines faced submarines in close-quarter encounters which could have triggered major conflicts on many occasions.
Frame of Mind Films - The Great 14th: Tenzin Gyatso (2020)
English | Size: 2.9 GB
The 14th Dalai Lama In His Own Words, uniquely and exclusively features Tenzin Gyatso as both subject and narrator as he presents the full arc of his epic and very public life as the 14th Dalai Lama.