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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Jet Age Bombers


This two hour documentary looks at the development of two of the world’s greatest bombers

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

Junkers Ju 87


The Stuka was a two-man German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The Avro Shackelton


The Avro Shackleton was a purpose built maritime patrol aircraft developed from the Lincoln bomber.

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.

The Bristol Blenheim


The Bristol Blenheim was a light bomber that was used extensively by the RAF in the early days of WWII

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

The Panavia Tornado


Once the most important and deadliest military aircraft in Western Europe

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.

The Short Sunderland


This documentary traces the history of the Short Sunderland Flying Boat

The Wellington Bomber


The Wellington was the most important British bomber of the initial war period.



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.