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24th April 2013
Sky Atlantic screened Brook Lapping's hour-long obituary for Margaret Thatcher on Monday 8th April at 8pm.
12th November 2012
A social history of wine and wine drinking and an in-depth examination of how a small group of enterprising Australian winemakers took on the world and won.
17th October 2012
Exposure lifts the lid on Britain's murky dealings to win overseas contracts, and how it's getting more difficult to get away with it.
30th April 2012
The Hunt for Bin Laden is the inside story of the greatest manhunt in US history. It spans decades, sparks wars, and defines presidencies. Now, with interviews with those who were in the center of the action or in charge of the pursuit and the war on terror during three administrations, this Brook Lapping production tells the definitive story of the twenty-year cat and mouse game, and the attempts to bring the world’s most notorious terrorist to justice.
19th January 2012
Putin began his career as a KGB spy. But when he became President, he made himself a valued ally of the West. For the first time Putin’s top colleagues - and the Western statesmen who eventually clashed with him - tell the inside story of one of the world’s most powerful men.
14th October 2011
'The World's Deadliest Arms Race' tells the real story of how roadside bombs, built in back street village workshops, have become the Taliban’s ‘perfect weapon’ in their war against the coalition in Afghanistan
11th September 2011
9/11: Day That Changed The World marks the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The horror of the assault on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon is recalled by America's key decision-makers - the men and women at the centre of the country's power.
6th May 2011
In May 2010 David Cameron and Nick Clegg stood in the Rose Garden of No.10 Downing Street and announced they were forming the first coalition since the National Government during World War II. Most of the press was on side, the public wished them well, and MPs of both parties were supportive - at least in public. One year on, presenter Andrew Rawnsley interviews the key politicians, their friends and foes to chronicle the trials and tribulations of the coalition.
6th May 2011
Everyone either loves or hates the cheesy tunes and outlandish costumes of the Eurovision Song Contest. But is there more to it than meets the eye? This programme is the history of modern Europe told entirely through the story of its favourite television show. It shows how a singing competition reflected decades of political and cultural change. And it reveals that – now and again – Eurovision itself has made history. Mixing politics with pop and real international intrigue, this winning blend of humour and insight peers beyond the glitz and the sparkle to show that sometimes sequins and key changes can be as powerful as barbed wire and tanks.
29th October 2010
Our world has been transformed by inspired ideas that we take for granted. Wherever we go, whatever we eat, however we live, it has all been shaped by Eureka moments. And these ideas are continuing to shape our future, the ideas that changed our world. Ideas That Changed The World reveals the innovative ideas that have dramatically changed our lives and enhanced the world we live in. The jet engine; radio waves; concrete; antibiotics – these are just some of the world-changing ideas explored in this engaging journey through the history of man’s inventions and discoveries, all of which have shaped our understanding of the world and affect our daily lives.