Channel 5 - The QE2 Queen of the Seas (CH5) (2019)

Channel 5 - The QE2: Queen of the Seas (CH5) (2019)
English | Size: 1.71 GB
Category: Documentary

Explores the history of the liner, which was one of the most influential maritime designs in British history. Featuring interviews with the QE2's crew and the workers who built her, cameras reveal the story behind the strikes and the looting epidemics that almost spelled the end of the ship before she was even finished.



Channel 5 - When Eurovision Goes Horribly Wrong (2018)

Channel 5 - When Eurovision Goes Horribly Wrong (2018)
English | Size: 2.25 GB
Category: Documentary

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Angela Rippon presents a guide to the song contest's most disastrous moments. Featuring contributions from past acts including Dana, Sonia, Cheryl Baker and Jay Aston of Bucks Fizz, Lindsay Dracass, Belle & the Devotions, the Brotherhood of Man, Scooch, Nicki French, Andy Abraham, Kate Robbins and Danish singer Birthe Wilke, who recalls the kiss that ruined her chances in 1957.



BBC - Inside the Factory: Liqueurs (2020)

BBC - Inside the Factory: Liqueurs (2020)
English | Size: 1.94 GB
Category: Docuemtary

Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. He follows the production of cream liqueur from the arrival of maize to make Irish whiskey right through to dispatch of the finished liqueur.



Arte - Bolero A Global Hit (2019)

Arte - Bolero: A Global Hit (2019)
English | Size: 1.72 GB
Category: Documentary

Bolero: A Global Hit
Bolero is played every 15 minutes in the world. This film tries to answer how this famous melody inspired and influenced the world pop-culture? It explores the complexity and the richness of a piece so simple in appearance: the emotions it triggers, vertigo it creates, the words it inspires.



BBC - Museums in Quarantine (2020)

BBC - Museums in Quarantine (2020)
English | Size:
Category: Documentary

Exploring national collections at a time of enforced closure due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Ch1. Tate Modern
beginning with Alastair Sooke examining Tate Modern's Andy Warhol exhibition. Covering works from across the American artist's career, he explores Warhol's long-running commitment to experimental film and TV, as well as his fascination with advertising, pop music and commerce.



BBC - Inside the Factory Liqueurs (2020)

BBC - Inside the Factory: Liqueurs (2020)
English | Size: 1.94 GB
Category: Documentary

Gregg Wallace is in Ireland at an enormous liqueurs factory that produces 540,000 bottles a day. He follows the production of cream liqueur from the arrival of maize to make Irish whiskey right through to dispatch of the finished liqueur.
Meanwhile, Cherry Healey is at the plant where 85 per cent of Ireland's bottles and jars are recycled. They process 500 tonnes every day. Cherry also investigates the science behind aperitifs.



BBC - Rebel Tongue (2020)

BBC - Rebel Tongue (2020)
English | Size: 914 MB
Category: Documentary

Alistair Heather sets out on a mission to reclaim the Scots language. For decades, his fellow-Scots speakers have been mocked, their language oppressed by educators, politicians and broadcasters. One famous report claimed that 'Scots is not the language of educated people anywhere'.



BBC Horizon - Hubble The Wonders of Space (2020)

BBC Horizon - Hubble: The Wonders of Space (2020)
English | Size: 537 MB
Category: Tutorial

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of its launch, this film tells the remarkable story of how Hubble revealed the awe and wonder of our universe and how a team of daring astronauts risked their lives to keep it working.



HBO - We Stand Alone Together The Men of Easy Company (2001)

HBO - We Stand Alone Together: The Men of Easy Company (2001)
English | Size: 1.7GB
Category: Documentary

Companion documentary of HBO's World War II miniseries \"Band of Brothers.\" Executive produced by Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg, this documentary tells the remarkable story of the men of Easy Company-506th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 101st Airborne Division. Film combines the words and memories of the former soldiers with archival footage and photos, from the boot camp origins of Easy Company in 1942 to their D-Day surge and later offensives in Germany and Belgium.



Channel 5 - Cruising the South Pacific with Jane McDonald (2020)

Channel 5 - Cruising the South Pacific with Jane McDonald (2020)
English | Size: 1.2GB
Category: Tutorial

Jane finds herself centre stage at the Sydney Opera House, before embarking on a trip that takes her from Australia to New Zealand via Tasmania. On the North Island, she visits the capital city Wellington, goes quad-biking 900 metres above sea level and meets a traditional Maori tribe.