Documentary → Nat. Geo. - Buried Truth of the Maya (2019)
Nat. Geo. - Buried Truth of the Maya (2019)
English | Size: 1.54 GB
Maya legend tells us that there is a hidden underground cave below Chichen Itza, now high tech archaeologists are here to find the buried truth.
Documentary → BBC Our Lives - Shepherdess of Snowdonia (2018)
BBC Our Lives - Shepherdess of Snowdonia (2018)
English | Size: 584 MB
In the shadow of Snowdon, 26-year-old Teleri Fielden is given an opportunity to fulfil her dream of becoming an upland hill farmer. She's won a scholarship to run the beautiful National Trust farm, Llyndy Isaf near Beddgelert, for a year covering more than 600 acres of mostly mountainside stocked with sheep and cattle.
Channel 5 - Secret Scotland: Island Adventure with Susan Calman (2020)
English | Size: 1.42 GB
Highlights from the programme in which Susan Calman takes a lighthearted jaunt around her homeland to uncover the untold tales behind some of Scotland's most famous locations. She visits romantic and rugged locations, and takes an in-depth look at their history, people and exciting treasures, often receiving private tours of iconic Scottish spots and uncovering hidden secrets of the past and present. From quiet countryside to brooding coastlines, this love letter to Scotland demonstrates the best of what the country has to offer. This week Susan visits Orkney, Skye and Arran.
Documentary → HC Modern Marvels - Secrets of Oil (2008)
HC Modern Marvels - Secrets of Oil (2008)
English | Size: 1.12 GB
This episode takes a look at the petroleum industry and the many products derived from oil used in the United States.
Imagine it: Rubber, plastic, nylon, aerosols, resins, solvents, & lubricants; none can exist without oil, still hailed as Black Gold. Even if we stopped driving our cars tomorrow, America would still need 5 million barrels of oil a day - more than all of Southern Europe combined. From the shirt on your back to the waxy sheen of a beautiful apple, the first secret of oil is that it's everywhere you look. Oil is used to lubricate machines, weapons, and even skin. It provides the chemical building blocks for plastics, rubber, synthetic fibers and pharmaceuticals.
Documentary → Channel 4 - 100 Vaginas (2019)
Channel 4 - 100 Vaginas (2019)
English | Size: 1.12 GB
Laura Dodsworth photographs 100 women and interviews 18 of the participants, aged between 19 and 77, and asks them about how their vagina has shaped their lives. They share their experiences of starting periods and pubic hair grooming, the trauma of rape and FGM, and the joy of orgasms.
Documentary → Channel 5 - Brunel Building a Great Britain (2020)
Channel 5 - Brunel: Building a Great Britain (2020)
English | Size: 1.38 GB
Examining the story of the Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, the man who designed the world's fastest railway, longest suspension bridge and largest ship. Over 150 years on from his death, this film goes back in time to explore the extraordinary stories behind Brunel's greatest creations, including the Great Western Railway and the Clifton Suspension Bridge. The film also explores the wider story of what kind of Britain Brunel's genius was able to flourish in.
Documentary → Sky - A Plastic Voyage (2017)
Sky - A Plastic Voyage (2017)
English | Size: 1.0 GB
A crew of women embarked on an ambitious sailing expedition around the UK to raise awareness of ocean plastic and sample the water to see what damage is being done. Hannah Thomas-Peter joined them on the month-long voyage and documented their voyage of discovery.
Documentary → BBC - Sue Perkins Along the US-Mexico Border (2020)
BBC - Sue Perkins: Along the US-Mexico Border (2020)
English | Size: 1.92 GB
Sue Perkins brings her unique blend of humour and compassion to this extraordinary journey along one of the most contentious borders in the world.
Documentary → CH4 Unreported World - Death in the Alps (2020)
CH4 Unreported World - Death in the Alps (2020)
English | Size: 434 MB
Adnan Sarwar follows the trail of migrants dicing with death as they attempt to cross the frozen Alpine peaks marking the border between Italy and France. Braving altitudes of up to 2,500 metres and temperatures as low as minus 20, many have died in their attempt to seek safety, having been denied asylum in Italy or threatened with deportation back to the countries from which they fled.
Documentary → RTE - Jihad Jane (2020)
RTE - Jihad Jane (2020)
English | Size: 3.24 GB
In March 2010, two American women, including one who named herself 'Jihad Jane', were arrested in a number of high-profile arrests in Waterford, Ireland, which were trumpeted by the US attorney's office as 'the new face of terrorism'. Facing huge jail sentences, the two women pleaded guilty but now for the first time ever, with unprecedented access, Jihad Jane tells the story of the most absurd terror cell ever to come together.