Documentary exploring the aftermath of the nuclear disaster that struck the city on April 26th 1986, uncovering how nature has survived in the radioactive zone. This compelling film explores how nature has survived in the radioactive ghost town.
Based upon the Secret Doctrine, this documentary focuses on the evolution of consciousness over millions of years while revealing the secret chronology of human history from ancient Lemuria and Atlantis to our current root race, while following the natural cyclic deluges between races.
Liverpool FC The Official History takes you on an exciting journey through the complete story of Liverpool Football Club through the years, from their creation in 1892 ending with the summer of 2007 as the club enter a new and exciting era. Fully revised and updated, it charts all the highs and lows right through to the present day, Liverpool FC The Official History looks through the achievements, most memorable dates and key moments in the reign of its legendary managers; it follows the glorious seventies during which the club won 6 Championships, 2 UEFA Cups, 2 European Cups and 1 European Super Cup, the eighties' continued the success story and the new millennium bringing glory back to Anfield under the shrewd guidance of Gerard Houllier. Also included is Liverpool FC winning the Champions League in one of the most famous comeback games in football history in 2005, and the FA cup win against West Ham in 2006 - all this under the guidance of Rafa Benitez.
The Early Days is the first volume in the History of Iron Maiden DVD series. It features an exhaustive, thoroughly complete history of the early years of Iron Maiden, from their humble beginnings in London's East End in 1975 through their triumphant Piece of Mind album and tour in 1983. The set features a large collection of rare videos and concert footage, as well as interviews with former members such as Paul Di'Anno, Clive Burr, Dennis Stratton, Dave Sullivan, Terry Rance, Kent Ewing, Doug Sampson, Ron Matthews, Terry Wapram and Bob Sawyer. Disc one includes live performances:Live at the Rainbow (21 December 1980)Beast over Hammersmith (20 March 1982)Live in Dortmund (18 December 1983)
It has been thirteen years since the Androids began their killing rampage and Son Gohan is the only person fighting back. He takes Bulma's son Trunks as a student and even gives his own life to save Trunks's. Now Trunks must figure out a way to change this apocalyptic future
A deep dive into the historical, social and political forces which shaped the development of the queer community in Calgary. Featuring extensive footage and B-roll film from Calgary Pride in the 90’s, queer leaders recount a decade of turmoil, loss, and growth of activism and human rights. The film is a first-hand account of the frontlines of LGBTQ2+ activism at a time when the right to be out in Alberta was not legally protected, visible or developed. Spanning stories from 1960-present day, this feature length documentary delves into the moments and victories which brought an entire community from the darkness into the light.
The sequel to The History of White People in America
Jeremy Clarkson and James May travel to the North of England to name and shame some of the worst cars in history, from manufacturers who "should have known better".
A documentary about the recent resurgence in sales of vinyl records and its impact on the industry.
This 1957 Romanian short animation and Cannes Film Festival winner skilfully and with incredible artistic expression manages to condense the entire narrative of human evolutionary theory into a ten minute short film. Not only that, he eerily anticipates the communist triumph of the USSR launching the first man into space by a few years.
A collection of early shorts (a combination of old stag films, vintage shorts, cartoons, and films made for the Penny Arcades) is narrated (seldomly) by an unknown voice over guy in this documentary/ Compilation piece by Alex De Renzy, who himself would go on to become a highly regard porn director (his best stuff being made in the late 70's and much of the '80's.
This video was released way in 1992, the year of the Black Hawk Down affair in Somalia, the Rodney King riots, Magic Johnson and Arthur Ashe getting AIDS, Spike Lee's Malcolm X, and many, many other historic events.
This collection contains rare and previously unreleased live performances, TV shows appearances & studio sessions footage from 1968 to 1976-era Deep Purple. Also includes a documentary and Interviews with band members.
Pinku from 1972.
A modern take on Charles Dickens's classic tale of a young orphan who is able to triumph over many obstacles.
Experimental filmmaker Pip Chodorov traces the course of experimental film in America, taking the very personal point of view of someone who grew up as part of the experimental film community.
1804 is a feature length documentary film about the untold history of the Haitian revolution
Anne Bean, John McKeon, Stuart Brisley, Rita Donagh, Jamie Reid and Jimmy Boyle are interviewed about their artistic practice and the legacy of Surrealism on their work.
After slipping in a bath house, Conan appears to have lost his memory. Worse yet, it looks like he will be used in a hit job.
A look back at the 4 years of the most extreme WWE title of them all. Classic matches involving champions like Mick Foley, Hardcore Holly, and Rob Van Dam including classic moments with Crash Holly - it's all here, and it's all Hardcore!
Surviving History was a series that aired on the History Channel. In the show, ancient weapons, devices, and execution methods are recreated and tested.
A six-year project from conception to completion, Vietnam: A Television History carefully analyzes the costs and consequences of a controversial but intriguing war. From the first hour through the last, the series provides a detailed visual and oral account of the war that changed a generation and continues to color American thinking on many military and foreign policy issues.
Tony Robinson goes for a walk through some of Britain's beautiful and historic landscapes.
Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief – known in the United States as A Brief History of Disbelief – is a 2004 television documentary series written and presented by Jonathan Miller for the BBC and tracing the history of atheism.
Some cities played a crucial role in history at certain times. Here are two cities that helped build the nation of France of today.
Documentary series with each episode focusing on a solitary historical figure who, for various reasons, including despotism, canibalism, genocide, and too many atrocities to imagine, are considered some of histories most vile and appalling figures.
The series pits famous historical and pop culture figures, either fictional or otherwise, against one another in a rap battle format.
History Bites was a television series on the History Television network that ran from 1998-2003. Created by Rick Green, History Bites explored what would be on television if the medium had been around for the last 5,000 years of human history. Typically, a significant historical event was chosen and mock news, sports and entertainment programming was created around it. Each episode included several segments of Green offering historical background of the episode's chosen era and otherwise showed frequent shifts from one comedy sketch to another representing a channel-surfing viewer who never watched any one sketch for more than a few minutes at a time. Reruns of History Bites are currently being shown on History Television and The Comedy Network.
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? Suzannah's journey will take her from Anne's childhood home at Hever Castle in Kent to the French palace where, some say, she learned the art of love. She will also visit Hampton Court, where Henry built the Great Hall for his new queen, and the Tower of London, where he had her beheaded.
Ordinary Women: Daring to Defy History explores the lives and accomplishments of fascinating women who defied gender stereotypes but often found themselves pushed to the sidelines or erased from history books that weren’t ready to acknowledge them. This series is made possible by generous donations to our Seed & Spark crowdfunding campaign for the project.
History Hunters was a British television series that aired on Channel 4 from 1998 to 1999. Presented by the actor Tony Robinson, the show was a spin-off of the archaeology series Time Team, first broadcast on Channel 4 in 1994. The series is also known as Time Team: History Hunters. Each episode of History Hunters featured people trying to discover more about an area and its history.
Europe: A Natural History is a four-part BBC nature documentary series which looks at the events which have shaped the natural history and wildlife of the European continent over the past three billion years. It debuted on UK television on BBC Four in February 2005, and was repeated on BBC Two in September the same year. The series was broadcast in some other territories as Wild Europe. The programmes featured extensive use of CGI to bring to life extinct species, and show how the European cities of today would have looked at various points in the past, when the climate was very different. Europe: A Natural History was a co-production between the BBC Natural History Unit and the public-service broadcasters of Germany and Austria, ZDF and ORF respectively. The executive producers were Walter Köhler, Mike Gunton and Reinhard Radke. The music was composed by Barnaby Taylor and performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, and narration for the BBC broadcasts was provided by actor Sean Pertwee. The series forms part of the Natural History Unit's "Continents" strand. It was preceded by Wild Down Under in 2003 and followed by Wild Caribbean in 2007.
Racism: A History is a three-part British documentary series originally broadcast on BBC Four in March 2007. It was part of the season of programmes broadcast on the BBC marking the 200th anniversary of the Slave Trade Act 1807, a landmark piece of legislation which abolished the slave trade in the British Empire. The series explores the impact of racism on a global scale and chronicles the shifts in the perception of race and the history of racism in Europe, the Americas, Australia and Asia. The series was narrated by Sophie Okonedo.
John Green teaches you the history of the United States of America in 47 episodes!
From the pioneering work of Galen on Roman gladiators to the latest advances in plastic surgery, this five-part series illustrates the evolution of surgical techniques—a story as much of mishaps and misadventures as it is of successes and amazing advances. Filmed in America and Europe and presented by the charismatic and medically trained Michael J. Mosley. Contains surgical scenes of a graphic nature. A BBC Production. 5-part series.
Actor Alfie Allen, made famous by the television series Game of Thrones, portrays us in this documentary of the two episodes of History Channel his other great love: Football.
David Attenborough narrates a natural history of the oceans.
Historian Dr Lucy Worsley immerses herself in the world of Restoration England, exploring the captivating lives of the women of the period.