9 films Found
Rushes from an interview conducted with Tony Blair in late 2002, shortly after the Bali bombing. In it, the then Prime Minister Blair emphasises once again the idea of an organised global network of terrorism.
Coverage of the 2002 anti-war protest in London - a weekend saw which one of the biggest ever anti-war protests descend on London.
They only accept 15 members each year and the group is so secretive that, when asked, members must leave the room in case they betray any secrets. George Bush and his father were members.
This bewitching documentary tells the previously untold story of the forgotten fliers of the Second World War: women pilots from Britain, the United States, Russia and Germany who risked everything for their countries and pioneered the way for others at a time when flying was the sole prerogative of men.
The issue of hunting with dogs in the UK is reopening age-old rural/urban divides. In the rolling countryside of England we weigh up the arguments, and ask what impact a ban will have on inhabitants here.
A new land reform bill being discussed in Scottish parliament could see wealthy absentee landowners forced to sell to locals.
A study of the roots and consequences of Mad Cow Disease in the United Kingdom.
On any weekend, all over the UK, Roman legionaries, Vikings, knights, Yankees and Johnny Rebs are locked in combat. These are the living historians and battle re-enactors and they number in the thousands!