Documentary → BBC Our World - The Hunt for Gaza's Lost Treasure (2020)
BBC Our World - The Hunt for Gaza's Lost Treasure (2020)
English | Size: 304 MB
In 2017 a group of fishermen found a hoard of precious coins on the sea bed off the coast of Gaza. They were decadrachms from the reign of Alexander the Great- and they were worth a fortune. 3 years on, they have disappeared. So what happened to them, and why are rare coins so hard to trace?
Documentary → Channel 5 - Coca-Cola Vs Pepsi Cola Wars (2019)
Channel 5 - Coca-Cola Vs Pepsi: Cola Wars (2019)
English | Size: 837 MB
Documentary about the ongoing battle between world-famous brands Pepsi and Coca-Cola to prove which one of them is top of the pops. The film looks at the secrets of each drink's success and also reveals the strategies and secrets behind the fierce contest between the long-time rivals, interrogating their canny marketing ploys and aggressive promotional techniques in their battle to win the never-ending cola war.
Documentary → BBC Our World - Who Betrayed Hevrin Khalaf (2020)
BBC Our World - Who Betrayed Hevrin Khalaf (2020)
English | Size: 348 MB
In October 2019, a rising star of Syrian democratic politics, 34-year-old Hevrin Khalaf, was brutally murdered in the Kurdish-governed north east of the country.
Las Minas - Bright Now: Antarctica Science Below Zero (2020)
English | Size: 365 MB
Bright Now: Antarctica Science Below Zero
Antarctica is a mysterious and unexplored continent. Thanks to the Chilean Antarctic Institute and the research center Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems of High Latitudes, a group of scientists are suffering the extreme temperatures to study climate change and the earth's ocean currents.
Documentary → Smithsonian Ch. - Rise of Tokyo in Color (2016)
Smithsonian Ch. - Rise of Tokyo in Color (2016)
English | Size: 1.62 GB
Rise of Tokyo in Color
It's a city that transformed itself from a sprawl of wooden dwellings into a huge modern metropolis. Over 150 years, Tokyo has risen from the ashes twice--from an epic earthquake and a devastating series of bombings--rebuilding itself into the world's largest city. Examine the evolution and modernization of Tokyo through digitally remastered and rarely seen colorized archival footage.
Documentary → BBC Our World - Colombia The New Cocaine War (2020)
BBC Our World - Colombia: The New Cocaine War (2020)
English | Size: 422 MB
Colombia has long been the world's largest producer of cocaine. A historic peace deal in 2016 was meant to reduce the amount of cocaine being produced by offering farmers alternatives to growing coca. But last year the UN estimated that its output was the largest since records began. Our World travelled to the Cauca Valley to find that farmers are now being caught between new criminal gangs with devastating consequences.
Documentary → BBC - Addicted to Sheep (2016)
BBC - Addicted to Sheep (2016)
English | Size: 1.43 GB
Set in the North Pennines, an intimate portrait of a year in the life of tenant hill farmers Tom and Kay Hutchinson as they try to breed the perfect sheep.
Documentary → BBC - Einstein's Quantum Riddle (2020)
BBC - Einstein's Quantum Riddle (2020)
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Einstein's Quantum Riddle tells the remarkable story of perhaps the strangest phenomenon in science - quantum entanglement. It's a story of mind-bending concepts and brilliant experiments, which lead us to a profound new understanding of reality.
Documentary → BBC - Gluck Who Did She Think He Was (2017)
BBC - Gluck: Who Did She Think He Was (2017)
English | Size: 714 MB
The untold story of Britain's cross-dressing high society painter.
Gluck was one of the British Establishment's go-to portrait painters of the 1930s. Her shows were attended by royalty, aristocrats and celebrities. She also dressed as a man and called her exhibitions 'one-man shows'. Her lovers were all women, including flower arranger to the stars Constance Spry, and Edith Heald, the ex-mistress of WB Yeats.
Documentary → BBC Horizon - 7.7 Billion People and Counting (2020)
BBC Horizon - 7.7 Billion People and Counting (2020)
English | Size: 1.07 GB
According to the UN, it is predicted that the human population could reach ten billion people by the year 2050. For broadcaster and naturalist Chris Packham, who has dedicated his life to championing the natural world, the subject of our growing population and the impact it is having on our planet is one of the most vital - and often overlooked - topics of discussion in an era of increasing environmental awareness.