BBC - This World 2019 Anna The Woman Who Went to Fight ISIS 720p HDTV

BBC - This World 2019 Anna The Woman Who Went to Fight ISIS 720p HDTV
English | Size: 953 MB
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In 2017, 25-year-old Anna Campbell from Lewes in East Sussex travelled in secret to northern Syria. She was heading for Rojava, the Kurdish territory in the north of the country. In the midst of the civil war in Syria, a fledgling feminist democracy had been established but almost immediately came under threat from the so-called Islamic State. Just eight months after arriving and with no military background, Anna went to the front line to fight with Kurdish YPJ. A month later she was killed by a Turkish air strike. With access to her diary and videos filmed while she was there, this film explores what motivated Anna to leave and how her family make sense of the tragic consequences.
Smithsonian Ch. - The Day We Walked on the Moon (2018) 1080p HDTV

Smithsonian Ch. - The Day We Walked on the Moon (2018) 1080p HDTV
English | Size: 1.44 GB
Category: Documentary

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The Day We Walked on the Moon
On July 16, 1969, hundreds of thousands of spectators and an army of reporters gathered at Cape Kennedy to witness one of the great spectacles of the century: the launch of Apollo 11. Over the next few days, the world watched on with wonder and rapture as humankind prepared for its "one giant leap" onto the moon--and into history. Witness this incredible day, presented through stunning, remastered footage and interviews that takes you behind-the-scenes and inside the spacecraft, Mission Control, and the homes of the astronaut's families.
NHK Train Cruise 2016 The Cities Mountains and Seas of Osaka and Wakayama 720p HDTV

NHK Train Cruise 2016 The Cities Mountains and Seas of Osaka and Wakayama 720p HDTV
English | Size: 3.00 GB
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We start at Kansai International Airport. In the metropolis of Osaka Prefecture, we ride the futuristic "rapi:t" that resembles something out of a sci-fi movie, enjoy a bite at a local eatery, and travel by the latest streetcar through the suburbs. In Wakayama Prefecture, we journey through rugged terrain to Mt. Koya, 800m in altitude. Here we forget everyday and experience Buddhist monastic life. Then we take local trains down toward the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, we discover a little train that hauls the local mikan harvest through mountainside orchards near the coast. We also meet an old fishing family and a feline stationmaster. Enjoy a journey to the city, mountain, and sea in Osaka and Wakayama.
NHK Train Cruise 2017 Along the Coast of the Seto Inland Sea 720p HDTV

NHK Train Cruise 2017 Along the Coast of the Seto Inland Sea 720p HDTV
English | Size: 1.10 GB
Category: Documentary

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Located in western Japan, the Seto Inland Sea is home to about 700 islands. We travel from Okayama Prefecture to Hiroshima Prefecture along the coast. The La Malle de Bois train is perfect for tourists with free Wi-Fi and outlets, while the Setouchi Marine View's huge windows allow for amazing views of the ocean. While taking in the beautiful sights, we stop at Kurashiki, Onomichi, Takehara, Kure, and finally Hiroshima, enjoying all that they have to offer.
BBC - The Unwanted The Secret Windrush Files 1080p HDTV

BBC - The Unwanted The Secret Windrush Files 1080p HDTV
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David Olusoga opens secret government files to show how the Windrush scandal and the 'hostile environment' for black British immigrants has been 70 years in the making.

The film features Sarah O'Connor, Anthony Bryan and Judy Griffith. Settled here legally since childhood, they were re-classified as illegal immigrants by new 'hostile environment' regulations. Unable to show proof of their nationality status, they lost jobs, savings and their health, facing deportation back to countries they could barely remember.
BBC - Our World 2019 Sudans Bloody Uprising 720p HDTV

BBC - Our World 2019 Sudans Bloody Uprising 720p HDTV
English | Size: 296 MB
Category: Documentary

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In December 2018, the people of Sudan rose up against the thirty-year dictatorship of Omar al-Bashir. He stood down in April, but his supporters remain in control and in June they launched a vicious attack on unarmed protestors leaving over a hundred dead and scores raped and beaten. Namak Khoshnaw follows a young Sudanese doctor, who took part in the protests, as she celebrates the uprising's success only to watch it collapse in the face of terrifying violence.
Classic Cellists at the BBC 720p HDTV

Classic Cellists at the BBC 720p HDTV
English | Size: 1.04 GB
Category: Documentary

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Julian Lloyd Webber takes an extraordinary musical journey through the BBC archives from the 1950s to the present to celebrate the world of the cello through some of its greatest interpreters. From dazzling performances by legendary masters such as Paul Tortelier, Jacqueline du Pre and Mstislav Rostropovich to some of today's leading interpreters including Yo Yo Ma, Steven Isserlis and Mischa Maisky, Julian gives us a cellist's perspective on an extraordinary virtuoso tradition.
Disribber Films - As We Forgive REDO (2010) 1080p HDTV

Disribber Films - As We Forgive: REDO (2010) 1080p HDTV
English | Size: 1.76 GB
Category: Documentary

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As We Forgive: REDO
Could you forgive a person who murdered your family? This is the question faced by two Rwandan women coming face-to-face with the men who slaughtered their families during the 1994 genocide. Without the hope of full justice, Rwanda has turned to a new solution: Reconciliation.
BBC - Inside the Factory Shoes 1080p HDTV

BBC - Inside the Factory Shoes 1080p HDTV
English | Size: 1.93 GB
Category: Documentary

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Inside the Factory: Shoes
Gregg Wallace visits the UK's largest sports shoe factory to see how 3,500 pairs of trainers are made every day, before meeting the man who comes up with the latest designs. Cherry Healey gets hands-on in a tannery, helping to process thousands of rawhides into finished leather for the nation's shoes, and finds out how a ballet company painstakingly create 250,000 ballet shoes per year. Ruth Goodman reveals how, when the sewing machine was first introduced into shoe factories in the mid-19th century, traditional shoemakers went on strike to rebel against joining a restrictive production line.
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