Documentary → UHD1 - Miniatur Wunderland Modelleisenbahn XXL (2019)
UHD1 - Miniatur Wunderland Modelleisenbahn XXL (2019)
English | Size: 892 MB
A trip around the miniature world of Modelleisenbahn Wunderland in Hamburg.
Documentary → BBC - Afghanistan's Open Secret (2020)
BBC - Afghanistan's Open Secret (2020)
English | Size: 220 MB
For years victims of child sex abuse in Afghanistan have suffered in secret. Talking about it is taboo and those who have tried to speak out have been silenced.
Documentary → NHK - Unsinkable Japans Lost Battleship (2019)
NHK - Unsinkable: Japans Lost Battleship (2019)
English | Size: 1.78 GB
October 24, 1944, the world's greatest battle at sea begins in the Philippines. Japan's navy gambles on a decisive victory against the United States to turn the tide of World War II. Instead, Musashi, its top-secret super battleship, ends up at the bottom of the ocean.
Documentary → BBC - Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley (2018)
BBC - Suffragettes with Lucy Worsley (2018)
English | Size: 1.19 GB
2018 marks 100 years since the first women over the age of 30, who owned property, were allowed to vote in the UK. The fight for the vote was about much more than just the Pankhurst family or Emily Davison's fateful collision with the king's horse. In this film, Lucy is at the heart of the drama, alongside a group of less well known, but equally astonishing, young working-class suffragettes who decided to go against every rule and expectation that Edwardian society had about them.
Smithsonian Ch. - Mysteries of the Rainforest: 1080p (2016)
English | Size: 1.92 GB
The island of Barro Colorado in the Panama Canal is full of mysteries, some involving the wide diversity of wildlife, and some involving the island itself. Every year, hundreds of scientists and students come here to uncover the rainforest's secrets, but this year is very different. The island is running dry and no one knows why. Follow several research teams as they observe, experiment, and conduct research in this pristine habitat, and most pressing of all, try to find out what happened to the rain and when it will come again.
Documentary → BBC - Clive James Postcard from Bombay (1995)
BBC - Clive James: Postcard from Bombay (1995)
English | Size: 878 MB
Clive James visits the bustling city of Bombay. Pursued by beggars, he makes his escape to Bollywood, where he finds stunt work in a costume epic. He also watches a street dentist and visits a roadside astrologer.
Documentary → BBC - Clive James Postcard from Chicago (1989)
BBC - Clive James: Postcard from Chicago (1989)
English | Size: 770 MB
Clive visits the Windy City and finds there is a lot more to Chicago than memories of Al Capone and the St Valentine's Day Massacre. The people are surprisingly forthright about the problems of living in a city where millions of dollars change hands at the board of trade, but little is done to solve the problems of gang violence in the housing projects where shootings are a daily event.
Documentary → BBC - Clive James Postcard from Miami (1990)
BBC - Clive James: Postcard from Miami (1990)
English | Size: 992 MB
Clive James goes to Miami in search of vice. He's given a boat tour of the Miami islands by an ex-CIA agent, speeds out into the Gulf with US Customs to track down drug runners, and cruises through Coconut Grove in a Miami Police patrol car. He also meets Miami Vice star Don Johnson, Gloria Estefan of the Miami Sound Machine, columnist for the Miami Herald Dave Barry, and Joel Hirschhorn, who defends alleged drug barons.
BBC - Unsung Heroines: The Lost World of Female Composers (2018)
English | Size: 805 MB
Danielle de Niese explores the lives and works of five female composers - from the Middle Ages to the late 20th century - who were famous in their lifetimes, but whose work was then forgotten.
Documentary → BBC - San Fhuil Its in the Blood
BBC - San Fhuil Its in the Blood
English | Size: 2.22 GB
A personal portrait of the crofting calendar on South Uist, past and present.
Made from rock as old as the moon, Uist has been shaped by winds, tides and the people who have continuously worked this landscape for 5,000 years. The traditional crofting methods enable rare species of birds and flowers to thrive that are extinct elsewhere in the British Isles. Conflicts arise from the dramatic weather system and the front-line cycles of life and death, and from the flocking geese.