Language: English 58 min 47 s | 1.11 GiB | 2 699 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC | mp4 Genre: Documentary
The first episode follows the creation of the first stretch of the super sewer in east London. Lead engineer Emmanuel Costes has to build a massive 80-metre deep shaft that connects to the super sewer and make it watertight using a specialist technique called ‘slipform'. It is a risky approach as it involves pouring concrete constantly for 15 days - and delays could spell financial disaster.
Language: English 59 min 25 s | 1.18 GiB | 2 845 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC | mp4 Genre:Documentary
Frank Lloyd Wright is America's greatest ever architect. But few people know about the Welsh roots that shaped his life and world-famous buildings. Now, leading Welsh architect, Jonathan Adams sets off across America to explore Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpieces for himself. Along the way, he uncovers the tempestuous life story of the man behind them, and the secrets of his radical Welsh background. 150 years after his birth, Adams argues that Lloyd Wright is now a vitally important figure who can teach us how to build a better world. Wright's belief in what he called organic architecture - buildings that grace the landscape and respond to people's individual needs - is more relevant than ever, in Wales and around the world.
Language: English 46 min 15 s | 598 MiB | 1 807 kb/s | 960x540 | AAC 192 kb/s | mp4 Genre:Documentary
The untold story of what happened after the Dunkirk evacuation, told by the men who were there and using recently declassified secret documents. Following the evacuation, tens of thousands of British troops were still left in France, fighting for their lives. The 51st Highland Division were ordered to fight on against the Hitler's war machine and now, almost 80 years later, the only remaining survivors of that Division tell their extraordinary story for the first time.
Language: English 16 min 55 s | 336 MiB | 2 775 kb/s | 960x540 | AAC 125 kb/s | mp4 Genre: Documentary
Documentary fans are in for a treat as renowned documentarian Louis Theroux dived into the BBC Archives and selected his favourite documentaries. Each of them had an impact on Louis. They cover a range of styles - some vérité-driven, others told more through interview - but in all of them you see life at its most raw, its most strange and therefore its most human.
Language: English 58 min 59 s | 1.40 GiB | 3 404 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC 160 kb/s | mp4 Genre: Documentary
Gregg Wallace is in Derbyshire at an enormous coffee factory where they produce 175,000 jars of instant coffee every day. He follows the production of freeze-dried instant coffee, from the arrival of 27 tonnes of Brazilian green coffee beans right through to dispatch. Meanwhile, Cherry Healey learns about the chemistry of coffee. She finds that roasting alters its chemical composition, and listens for the 'first crack' as steam splits the bean along its seam. Historian Ruth Goodman investigates the origins of instant coffee. She tastes a version that looks very like axle grease which was drunk during the American Civil War in the 1860s, and finds out why it began being referred to as 'a cup of Joe'.
Language: English 59 min 0 s | 1.22 GiB | 2 963 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC | mp4 Genre:Documentary
Film critic Mark Kermode presents a fresh, personal look at the art of cinema by examining the techniques and conventions behind some classic genres. Episode one covers one of the most popular genres of all, the romantic comedy. From Bringing Up Baby and The Lady Eve to Annie Hall, When Harry Met Sally and Love, Actually (a particular Kermode favourite), Mark examines the cinematic tricks and techniques involved in creating a classic romcom. Examining films from Hollywood to Bollywood via other gems of world cinema, he also reminds us how, much like love itself, the art of the romantic comedy is international.
Language: English 19 min 55 s | 242 MiB | 1 698 kb/s | 960x540 | AAC 96.0 kb/s | mp4 Genre:Documentary
As Trump touches down for his first Presidential visit to the UK, BBC Three reporter Ben Zand goes behind the scenes with young Trump lovers as well as those who think he has gone too far. Over the course of one weekend will Britain go crazy for President Trump?
HDTV | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC 3002 Kbps | 51 min 22 s | 1.17 GiB Audio: English AAC 246 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None Genre: Documentary
Historians have painstakingly documented the dramatic fall of Adolf Hitler, but what ever happened to the family, friends, acquaintances and employees of the despised leader of Germany's Third Reich? This documentry takes a look at the family tree of one of the most infamous people in history.
HDTV | 1280x720 | .MKV/AVC 3218 Kbps | 28 min 50 s | 731 MiB Audio: English AAC 317 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: English Genre: Documentary
At the age of 23 and suffering from depression and shyness, Sarah Moore moved from her family home near Edinburgh to the beautiful but remote Scottish island of North Ronaldsay, a place with a population of fewer than fifty people. As part of BBC One's Our Lives, this documentary follows Sarah's life on the island and the people she meets there. Like many remote communities, North Ronaldsay has its fair share of struggles - whether it's the cancellation of air services that bring vital supplies, extreme weather conditions or the need to hold down multiple jobs to make ends meet, Sarah has had to adapt to an entirely new way of living and thinking to survive.
Language: English 7 h 02 min | 9.61 GiB | 3 259 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC | mkv Number of Parts: 10 Genre:Documentary
The Story of Us was intended to bring Canadian history to life in celebration of the 150th anniversary of Confederation.Highlighting many of the extraordinary moments and people that helped forge a nation from early Indigenous history to the 20th century.It Caused considerable contovesy causing CBC to offer an apology