Remembering Arnhem
RELEASE DATE  (this product will be available to stream or download and DVDs will ship) 27th September 2018

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Classic Moments in Cricket
This is a film for all lovers of cricket, young, old and in-between. The golden years of the game which covers the cricketing records of the greats.
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Night Fighters
German night fighters transformed aerial combat. The success of German night fighters was such that the Allies had to reform their tactics in an attempt to reduce their effectiveness.
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Jet Age Fighters
THE JET AGE FIGHTERS chronicles the development of jet technology and its impact on the Royal Air Force with three of the force’s most potent Fighters
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Jet Age Bombers
This two hour documentary looks at the development of two of the world’s greatest bombers
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VIAM2011 Live at the O2

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VIAM2010 Live at the O2

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Best of Bushell on the Box
Bushell On The Box was a smash hit for ITV. Launched in 1996 and based on Garry’s legendary TV column.
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Three of the greatest battles of the Second World War, Kursk, Crete & Midway
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Prisoners of War
The personal experiences of those that were taken captive during the Second World War.
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Heroes of the Second World War
Men and women of the Second World War who showed supreme courage and strength
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The Short Sunderland
This documentary traces the history of the Short Sunderland Flying Boat
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Improve Your Handicap
Video Guide on how to improve your handicap, with easy to use online player.
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Coastal Command 1939 – 1945
RAF Coastal Command was a formation within the RAF that came to prominence during the Second World War.
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Bomber Command 1939-1945
RAF Bomber Command played the central role in the strategic bombing of Germany in World War II
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The Aircraft Carrier
This film looks at the development of the aircraft carrier, from WWI through to WWII
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Jimmy Jones – As Good as Gold
The 'Gov'nor' brings you 70 minutes of nonstop daring, risqué and shockingly 'blue' gags delivered by one of Britain's finest comedians
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Women who went to War
Everything that happened on the Home Front happened at least equally to women; women were involved in almost EVERY aspect of the war.
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Sniper !
A fascinating documentary on the use of Snipers during World War Two,
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Fighters of WWII
This documentary is a visual encyclopaedia of the fighters deployed and their strategic use, by both Allied and Axis Forces during the Second World War.
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On a Wing and a Prayer
Presented by Richard Todd, this film portrays the story of RAF Bomber Command during the Second World War.
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Against all Odds
This film depicts “THE FEW”.  The men and women and the aircraft of the RAF’s Fighter Command during World War II
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Listen to Britain
Impressions of Britain through the eyes of the great poets, lyricists, orators, novelists and composers.
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Lest We Forget
Presented by Hollywood actor, the late Donald Pleasance, this film pays tribute to all those young men and women of the Royal Air Force during the Second World War
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Fighter Aces
The German fighter aces of the Second World War, including Adolf Galland, Gunther Rall, Walter Krupinski, Erich Hartmann, Emil Lang and Hans Joachim Marseille.
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Classic Moments in Football
Take a trip back to the golden age of Football. A time when the game of soccer was a sport played by gentlemen and watched by crowds of 70,000 plus, rattle-happy fans.
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The Hawker Siddeley Nimrod
The Hawker Siddeley Nimrod was a maritime patrol aircraft developed and operated by the United Kingdom. It is an extensive modification of the de Havilland Comet, the world's first jet airliner.
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The History of World War II
Presented by actor Robert Hardy, The History of World War II.
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War at Sea
The War fought on the seas during the Second World War
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Daylight Raids
During the round-the-clock bombing campaign on Nazi  Germany, the RAF bombed by night, whilst the USAAF bombed by day using massed formations of bombers with escorting fighters.
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A Celebrity Audience with Jimmy Jones
Jimmy Jones live at The Theatre Royal in Windsor, with a celebrity audience
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VE Day – A War To Remember
A Documentary with Dame Vera Lynn, commemorating the 75th Anniversary of VE Day, Victory in Europe, 8th May 1945
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The Red Arrows
The Red Arrows are the world’s best known acrobatic display team; and are the product of a long tradition of excellence in RAF air show flying.
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The Avro Shackelton
The Avro Shackleton was a purpose built maritime patrol aircraft developed from the Lincoln bomber.
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The Bristol Blenheim
The Bristol Blenheim was a light bomber that was used extensively by the RAF in the early days of WWII
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The Avro Vulcan
The Avro Vulcan was a jet-powered delta wing strategic bomber, that was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984.
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The Hawker Hurricane
As a fighter plane, the Hawker Hurricane was to revolutionise all future fighter plane design. It was to play a vital role in the Battle of Britain and eventually in many other theatres of World War Two.
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The Hawker Siddeley Harrier
The Hawker Siddeley Harrier, the World's first vertical take off fighter
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The Wellington Bomber
The Wellington was the most important British bomber of the initial war period.
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Prelude to World War II
By early 1939 Germany had thrown off the shackles of the Versailles treaty. The seeds of war were almost ripe!
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The Quest – The Greatest Knight of All
Includes Roger De Mowbray, St Mary's Church Guildford, Waverley Abbey, St Martha's and Saint Catherine's Chapel, Temple Church, Byland Abbey,  Newburgh Priory, The Foss Way...the Austin Canons.  Temple Balsall Manor & Warwick Castle.
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The Quest – The Spirit of Place
The team look at the Royston Cave carvings and this leads to the medieval towns of Warwick and Guildford.
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The Quest – Saints or Sinners
Episode Two includes Royston Cave, The Centre of the Earth, the Knights Templar, Saints or Sinners. The Quest team investigate the cave at Royston, using ground penetrating radar.
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The Quest – The Journey Begins
The story of the Knights Templar, the mysterious warrior monks that for two centuries, fought a ferocious ‘Holy War’ on Islam.
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Songs that won the war

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The Messerschmitt Bf 109
The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was Nazi Germany’s primary fighter plane in the Battle of Britain. The Messerschmitt 109 was a worthy adversary to the Spitfire and Hurricane but fought in the Battle of Britain with one major disadvantage.
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The de Havilland Mosquito
The De Havilland Mosquito was an outstanding warplane on every count and if perhaps it was over shadowed by the Spitfire as being the most popular aircraft from the war, it was certainly the most popular with the pilots that flew them.
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The Kriegsmarine
The Kriegsmarine was the navy of Nazi Germany from 1935 to 1945. It superseded the Kaiserliche Marine  of World War I and the inter-war Reichsmarine. The Kriegsmarine was one of three official branches of the Wehrmacht, the armed forces of Nazi Germany.
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WWII Fallschirmjäger
The Fallschirmjäger  were the paratrooper branch of the German Luftwaffe before and during World War II. They were the first German paratroopers to be committed in large-scale airborne operations and came to be known as the "green devils" by the Allied forces they fought against. Throughout World War II the Fallschirmjäger commander was Kurt Student.

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Operation Valkyrie
The German general's plot against Hitler. The July 20 plot of 1944 was a failed attempt to assassinate German dictator Adolf Hitler, the leader of Nazi Germany, and for the resistance group to take power by means of a plan called Operation Walküre,
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The Panavia Tornado
Once the most important and deadliest military aircraft in Western Europe
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Junkers Ju 87
The Stuka was a two-man German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft.
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The Hawker Hunter
The Hawker Hunter was one of the classic jet aircraft designed after the second world war; and proved to be one of the most successful subsonic jet fighters produced by Great Britain.
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Aircraft of World War One
At the outset of World War One, the very nature of war itself was rapidly undergoing a transformation, with new techniques in artillery, military tactics and the armament of aircraft. Consequently, this was the first war that involved a struggle for control of the air. Alongside the battlefields of land and sea, this developed into fighting a war in new and uncharted territory...Air Warfare.
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Panzer
The fearsome Tank Divisions of the German Army in the Second World War
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Second World War Carrier Battles
A film documenting the biggest battles fought during the Second World War, between the Carrier Fleets of the US and Japanese Navies.
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Lockheed C130 Hercules
the C-130 was originally designed as a troop, medical evacuation, and cargo transport aircraft. However a variety of other roles have been found for this versatile aircraft, including as a gunship (AC-130), for airborne assault, search and rescue, scientific research support, weather reconnaissance, aerial re-fuelling, maritime patrol and aerial fire fighting.
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20th Century Disasters
Disasters can strike at anytime and anywhere. When a major disaster strikes, the dramatic pictures and reports we read about in the newspapers and hear on the television horrify us. This film takes a look at some of the most famous disasters throughout the last century that have shocked the world.
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Concorde – The end of an era.
Concorde the end of an era, covers the entire history of this iconic aircraft, from the drawing board, through to the maiden voyage. Its highs and lows during it's illustrious service, culminating on the final flight.
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Bombers of the Second World War
This programme takes a look at the bombers deployed by both the Allied and Axis Forces during the Second World War.
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The Focke-Wulf FW 190
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 has become one of the most iconic military aircraft in world history since it first inspired fear in the Allied forces throughout all of World War II. Named for the shrike (nicknamed the “butcher bird”), a small carnivorous bird of prey known for impaling its prey on spikes, the Fw 190 was one of the only radial engine fighter aircraft used in Europe at the time.
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Classic Motor Racing
See the great names in racing, battling for the chequered flag. Including Jack Brabham, Juan Fangio, Jim Clark, Emmerson Fitipaldi, Stirling Moss, Jochan Rindt, Jackie Stewart, Jose Gonzalez, James Hunt, Pedro Rodriguez, Graham Hill, Niki Lauda, Sir Malcolm Campbell and Bruce Mclaren.
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The West Wall
The Siegfried Line was a series of fortifications on the western border of Germany, stretching more than 390 miles from Kleve, near the Dutch border, all the way to Weil am Rhein near the border of Switzerland. Called the Westwall by the Germans, it was built between 1938 and 1940 and is made of more than 18,000 pillboxes and tank traps.
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Great Battleships
A documentary taking a look at some of the greatest battleships from the second world war.
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The Sepecat Jaguar
Two decades after it's first flight in 1968, The Anglo-French Sepecat Jaguar saw 'It's Finest Hour' when the allies went to war in the Gulf. This one time supersonic trainer proved invaluable time and time again as one of the world's most potent strike attack aircraft. The pilots recorded more than 1,000 sorties, many at terrain-hugging height, over Kuwait and Iraq as the conflict unfolded.
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The Blitz on Hamburg
Operation 'Gomorrah'

Hamburg was bombed by the allies in July 1943. According to Joseph Goebbels, Nazi Minister for Propaganda, the bombing of Hamburg was the first time that he thought Nazi Germany might have to call for peace.


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The Blitz on Coventry
On 14th November 1940, the Luftwaffe launched the most devastating bombing raid so far on Britain. Up until then, the attacks had been concentrated on London and the airfields of Southern England. This time the target was Coventry, deep in the heart of the country.
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The Blitz on the North
London wasn't the only city affected by the Blitz. The main Atlantic sea port of Liverpool was bombed, causing nearly 4,000 deaths within the Merseyside area during the war. The North Sea port of Hull, was subjected to 86 raids in the Hull Blitz during the war, with 95 percent of its housing stock destroyed or damaged.The cities of Manchester and Sheffield were also targeted.
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The Blitz on Berlin
Berlin, the capital of Nazi Germany, was subject to 363 air raids during the Second World War. As the bombings continued more and more people moved out. By May 1945, nearly two million people (40% of the population) had fled.
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The Blitz on Cologne
The Blitz on Cologne,

Operation Millenium, the bombing of Cologne, heralded the start of the RAF's 1,000 bomber raids on German cities.
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The Blitz on Dresden
The Blitz on Dresden,

The bombing of Dresden in February 1945 has remained one of the more controversial aspects of World War Two. Dresden, a city unaffected by bombing up to that point in the war, lost many thousands of civilians in the firestorm that was created by the Allies.
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The Blitz on London
The Blitz on London,

It was Hitler’s belief that the war from the air would terrorise London into defeat. He was wrong. The city’s inhabitants, on the contrary, took a perverse and particular pleasure from being the front line of the war. ‘We can take it’ became the catchphrase of the Blitz
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The Battle of Midway
The Battle of Midway, fought in June 1942, must be considered one of the most decisive battles of World War Two. The Battle of Midway effectively destroyed Japan’s naval strength when the Americans destroyed four of its aircraft carriers. Japan’s navy never recovered from its mauling at Midway and it was on the defensive after this battle.
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War in the Desert
The war in the desert of North Africa, Fought between  the German Afrika Korps – commanded by the brilliant General Erwin Rommel; and  the battle-hardened General Montgomery and the Allied Force's Eighth Army.

 
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War in the Pacific
Japan launched a surprise attack on the United States Pacific fleet at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, on December 7, 1941. The attack severely damaged the American fleet and prevented, at least for the short term, serious American interference with Japanese military operations. In response, the United States declared war on Japan. Following Germany's declaration of war on the United States, the United States also declared war on Germany.
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The Voice of Golf
Peter Alliss, is a former English professional golfer, and is a television presenter and commentator, author and golf course designer. Alliss is known for his charismatic and unique style of commentary and banter, often displaying a witty demeanour and often controversial, has become famous throughout the world as 'The Voice of Golf"
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Golf Etiquette
Golf, unlike most other games, is a game where sportsmanship is paramount. Golf has its own code of etiquette, semi-official rules of courtesy that every player is expected to follow. Peter Alliss, the 'Voice of Golf', explains the etiquette of this ancient game.
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Both Feet in the Army
Richard Wilson – Star of “One Foot In the Grave” and "Merlin' - recalls his days of National Service and takes a light hearted look at this taste of the Army, experienced by so many young men after the Second World War.
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Waffen SS Stormtroopers
Stormtroopers were specialist soldiers of the German Army in World War II.

 
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The Luftwaffe
The Luftwaffe - The German Air Force,

The Luftwaffe was the most powerful air force in Europe at the start of the second world war.
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The Wehrmacht
The Wehrmacht - The German Army,

The ‘Heer was the land force component of the Wehrmacht which made up the unified armed forces of Nazi Germany
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Blitzkreig
Blitzkrieg - The Lightning War,

Blitzkrieg means “lightning war”. It was an innovative military technique first used by the Germans in World War Two and was a tactic based on speed and surprise. Blitzkrieg relied on a military force be based around light tank units supported by planes and infantry.
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The Hitler Youth
In the early years of the Nazi government, Hitler had made it clear as to what he expected German children to be like: This film studies the 'Hitler Jugend' from its conception through to it's ultimate demise.
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War in the Air
The War in the Air,

The strategy and the tactics of aerial warfare adopted by both the allied and the axis forces during the second world war.
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Colditz
Colditz reveals the ingenuity, the incredible perseverance, the unforgettable humour and the outstanding resilience of those extraordinary prisoners of war.  "An unrivalled account of escapes during WWII, from Germany's top security prison camp known to the British as the 'The Bad Boys Camp'.
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Zeppelin
A Zeppelin was a type of rigid airship named after the German Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin who pioneered rigid airship development at the beginning of the 20th century. During World War I the German military made extensive use of Zeppelins as bombers and scouts, killing over 500 people in bombing raids in Britain.
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The War in Europe
The European theatre of World War II was a huge area of heavy fighting across Europe, from Germany's invasion of Poland in September 1939, until the end of the war with the German unconditional surrender on 8 May 1945.
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The History of the Royal Family
The history of the British Royal Family of Windsors. From the death of Queen Victoria to the death of Princess Diana.

Presented and narrated by Brian Blessed.
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The Red Baron
The Life story of Manfred von Richthofen, infamous world war one fighter ace 'The Red Baron'
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Norman Wisdom – Trouble on Tour
The legend ' Norman Wisdom' in a live show.
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The Final Front Ear
Comedian George Marshall,  in an hilarious live impersonation of a spoof episode of Star Trek The Next Generation.
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Apollo 11
'The Eagle Has Landed'

The story of the race for the Moon.  Narrated by ''Doctor Who'  Tom Baker
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The Guinea Pig Club
During the second world war, a group of young airmen with terrible injuries formed an exclusive drinking club. They were all in the care of pioneering plastic surgeon Sir Archibald McIndoe whose techniques shaped modern reconstructive surgery

The club remained active after the end of the war, and its annual reunion meetings continued until 2007.
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The Battle for Burma
In December 1941, the Japanese invasion of Burma opened what would be the longest land campaign for Britain of the entire war. It began with defeat and pell-mell retreat, as Rangoon fell to the invader in March 1942. British, Indian and Chinese forces were driven back into India. The fighting would stretch on, over a varied terrain of jungles, mountains, plains and wide rivers, stopping only for the monsoon, until Japanese surrender in 1945.
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The Orient Express
The legendary Venice Simplon-Orient Express train is a work of art in itself and a true Art Deco icon that is famous the world over. Romance, adventure and the mystery of the past are all intimately bound up in journeys that visit some of the most alluring continental cites. As with many trains of this style, it is evocative of a more gracious, elegant age of travel. Delightful vintage cabins, gastronomic cuisine with delicious afternoon teas and exquisite four course dinners along with lively on-board entertainment make a journey aboard this iconic train one of the world's finest travel experiences.
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The RAF at War

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The Apache Attack Helicopter
RELEASE DATE  (this product will be available on) 30th July 2018

The Spirit of the Warrior.

The Apache (Boeing AH 64) is capable of classifying and prioritizing up to 128 targets in less than 60 seconds.
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The Thoughts Of Chairman Alf
The legendary Alf Garnett, played by Warren Mitchell, in a live performance of the Thoughts of Chairman Alf.
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The Iranian Embassy Siege
On the 30th April, 1980, the curtains went up on the opening act of a six-day drama, which was broadcast live on national television across the world. When terrorists holding Iraqi passports, seized the Iranian Embassy in Prince’s Gate, London, taking 26 people including four British citizens, hostage, so began the drama of the IRANIAN EMBASSY SIEGE which resulted in the final act of the legendary SAS storming the building.
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Dionne Warwick – Don’t Make Me Over
A 90 Minute feature biography on the life of Dionne Warwck

This film includes contributions from Stevie Wonder, Michael Caine, Quincy Jones, Isaac Hayes, Burt Bacharach, Ashford and Simson, Richard Carpenter, Gladys Knight, Mary Wilson, Gloria Estefan, Freda Payne, Smokey Robinson, The O’Jays, Candi Staton, Sir Cliff Richard, Holland, Dozier & Holland, Olivia Newton-John, Hal David,  Sir Tom Jones, Cissy Houston, Freda Payne, The Four Tops and The Temptations .
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Churchill
The Life and Speeches of one of the greatest men of the 20th Century.

Regarded as one of the greatest wartime leaders of the 20th century, Churchill is also widely regarded as being among the most influential people in British history; and perhaps he more than any other, represented Britain alone in it’s finest hour.
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Lest We Forget
Donald Pleasence presents this tribute to the men and women of the Royal Air Force who lost their lives during the Second World War. It features the work of the bomber crews, rescue and reconnaissance crews, planning and operations departments, non-ranks, NCOs and Officers.
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In Search of the Great Beast
The life and story of infamous occultist Aleister Crowley, self proclaimed The Great Beast and known by press as The Wickedest Man in the World, was perhaps the most controversial and notorious individuals in British History.

This dramatically reconstructed film unearths the barely believable and shocking facts surrounding a man who was voted in a BBC poll to be one of the most influential Britons of all time.
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The Battle of Kursk
The Battle of Kursk remains to this day, the largest ever tank battle; and the costliest day of aerial warfare in history.

The battle took place 280 miles south of Moscow during July and August 1943. Code-named 'Operation Zitadelle' this was Hitler's final strategic offensive mounted on the Eastern Front during the Second World War. Their ultimate defeat gave the Soviet Red Army the strategic initiative for the rest of the war.

'This offensive is of decisive importance. It must end in swift and decisive success. Every commander, every private soldier, must be indoctrinated with awareness of the decisive importance of this offensive. Victory at Kursk will be a beacon for the whole world'
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Spitfire !
In this superbly photographed colour film, discover first hand what it was like to be a wartime fighter pilot dodging enemy fighters at the edge of the Earth's stratosphere. Encounter the sheer thrill and exhilaration of taking the controls in one of the most amazing flying experiences ever, going into battle in a Spitfire.
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Joe Pasquale – Live
Joe Pasquale - The Everything I have Ever Done Tour

'Squeaky' Joe Pasquale, winner of 'I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here' and much loved comedian, live on tour.
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Know Your Golf
Understanding the Rules of Golf, with more than 150 examples, filmed at some of the world's finest courses , with a clear definition of the rule that applies in each case; and the penalty involved should the rule be broken.

Narrated by Peter Alliss, the ‘Voice of Golf’ in the UK and the USA.
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The de Havilland Comet
Over 60 years ago, the first jet airliner took to the skies, doomed by a fatal flaw.

The de Havilland DH 106 Comet was the first production commercial jetliner. Developed and manufactured by de Havilland at its Hatfield, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom headquarters, the Comet 1 prototype first flew on 27 July 1949. It featured an aerodynamically clean design with four de Havilland Ghost turbojet engines buried in the wings, a pressurised fuselage, and large square windows. For the era, it offered a relatively quiet, comfortable passenger cabin and showed signs of being a commercial success at its 1952 debut.
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Gol !
A superb step-by-step guide to the unique secrets and skills of Brazilian Football.

 
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The Hindenburg Disaster
With the assistance of NASA experts, this compelling documentary follows the course of the Hindenburg’s last flight and unravels the mystery of one of the greatest disasters this century.
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Target For Tonight
A graphic documentary series with moving personal accounts from both sides on the strategy adopted by both the Allied and Axis Forces. When cities and civilians became the target in the Second World War. This includes the destruction of Berlin, Hamburg, Koln, London, Coventry, Plymouth, Manchester, Dresden, Hiroshima and Nuremberg.
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Apollo 13
This is the spellbinding account of the Apollo 13 mission, told by the astronauts and with live on-board cameras recording the suspense of this real-life thrilling drama as it unfurled, on both Apollo 13 and at Mission Control.
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100 Years of Flight



Presented by Hollywood actor Richard Todd, 100 Years of Flight looks back at an amazing century of inspirational people, daring moments and ground breaking aircraft that helped make the world a lot smaller.



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The Battle of Britain
France had fallen. Britain, its children evacuated to safety, its armies defeated in Dunkirk, stood alone.

The only defence the country had against Hitler's Luftwaffe was a handful of brave young men and the fledgling RAF Fighter Command.

 
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The War in the Jungle
In the Second World War in Europe and Africa, vast arrays of tanks, aircraft and artillery supported the infantryman. Little of this was available in Malaya or Burma, which is best understood as a foot soldier's war.

Most members of the British and Indian army left Burma with the belief that in the jungle the Japanese were unstoppable. The first action to start to dispel this myth of invincibility would come from the actions of the Chindits.The Chindits were a special force of 3,000 which in February 1942 launched a deep penetration raid, (code-named Operation Longcloth) into Japanese occupied Burma.
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The Battle of the Atlantic
The Battle of the Atlantic played a very significant part in World War Two.  After the escape at Dunkirk and the inspiration of the Battle of Britain, the Battle of the Atlantic was Britain’s next nightmare.
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The Battle of Crete
The Battle of Crete was unprecedented in many respects: it was not only the first battle where the German paratroops were used on a massive scale, but also the first mainly airborne invasion in military history. It was also the first time the Allies made significant use of intelligence from the deciphered German Enigma code; and also the first time invading German troops encountered mass resistance from a civilian population.
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The Battle of France
The Battle of France, also known as the Fall of France, was the German invasion of France and the Low Countries during the Second World War. Beginning on 10 May 1940, German forces defeated Allied forces in a series of mobile operations, eventually leading to the conquest of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, bringing land operations on the Western Front to an end until 1944.
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Bomber Command
6 One Hour Episodes. 2 DISC SET

This six part series follows the story of the RAF's Bomber Command' from the years leading up to the Second World War, followed by the outbreak of war and through to the final days and the mass destruction of the German Cities.

Led by the controversial Arthur 'Bomber' Harris...this is the story of Bomber Command, told by the men and women, that were there.
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