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The Century of WarfareThe Century of Warfare

Ride into Aqaba with Lawrence of Arabia. Stand with Patton as his tanks lead the Allied breakout from the coast of Normandy. Patrol the nighttime jungles of Vietnam... A CENTURY OF WARFARE explores the pivotal battles, profiles the commanders and chronicles the myriad ways in which war has shaped the modern world. The 26 hour-long episodes in this monumental set feature an encyclopedic collection of archival film dating back to 1896, creating an unforgettable visual record of every major military engagement from the precursors of World War I to the liberation of Kuwait.


A Journey Through American MusicA Journey Through American Music

Presented by Morgan Freeman from his Ground Zero Blues Club in Clarksdale Mississippi. What was the Blues music that came out of the Delta and how did it develop into Jazz and Soul? Using interviews with musicians and musicologists and with unique access to the archive of the Montreux Jazz Festival we tell this story of American music. Essential viewing for Jazz fan and historian alike.


Deep Sea DetectivesDeep Sea Detectives

This show is about the history of the various vessels that have sunk into the depths of the ocean over the years, and of modern attempts to salvage them.


Bullets, Boots and Bandages: How to Really Win at WarBullets, Boots and Bandages: How to Really Win at War

Military historian Saul David tells the real stories of how wars have been won and lost throughout history - not in the bravado of the front line, but in the backroom sinews of military planning.


American EpicAmerican Epic

Travel the country in search of unknown 1920s artists, when the music of ordinary Americans was recorded for the first time, transforming music forever, in a three-part film narrated by Robert Redford, featuring Jack White, Nas, Taj Mahal and others.


Love a LifetimeLove a Lifetime

A story that follows Nalan Yue, a man with two identities. He falls for the bold Rong Hua, a young maiden with a good heart yet their ties are deeper and more complicated due to the generation before them. To support her father Rong Jingfeng in his efforts to help others, Rong Hua travels far and wide in search of the missing healing tool known as Chi Hua Zhu. However, the journey is treacherous. She falls into danger many times and gets rescued by Nalan Yue. Unbeknownst to them, their families are caught in an intricate web of revenge and hate. Falling for each other at first sight, they decide to use their sincerity to convince the older generation to let go of the hatred in their hearts but a plan to once again hurt the Nalan clan is set in motion. At the same time, Nalan Yue is forced to become the successor of a demonic martial arts technique. Believing that Nalan Yue can overcome his inner demons, Rong Hua continues to stay by his side.


A Female Student Arrives at the Imperial CollegeA Female Student Arrives at the Imperial College

The only daughter of Minister Sang, Sang Qi was trapped into a bet where she had to make the First Master Yan Yun in Yan receive her pouch and the invitation to enjoy lanterns on the Lantern Festival, otherwise she would be singing on the lantern show instead of an opera lady. Sang Qi thought it is not a big deal, however she got rejected for many times. Knowing Yan Yun was teaching in the Imperial College, she decided to go in and finally got enrolled after her dad begged the emperor hard. So she became a student in the Imperial College with her childhood friend Zhuo Wenyuan and many young masters, being the one and only female student in the history of the Imperial College.


I Love the 70sI Love the 70s

The Flicks... The Fashions... The Fads... The TV... The Tunes... A Totally Groovy Decade! So you think you're a '70s fan? Well, this is I Love the '70s, and you ain't seen nothin' yet! Taking the the I Love 80's approach - celebrities humorously discussing the year-specific highs and lows of each year of the decade - to the grooviest decade of them all, I Love the '70s proves that you can never have enough of the '70s...no matter how hard you try!


Le reve de ChamplainLe reve de Champlain

Docu-Series from David Hackett Fischer's book "Champlain's Dream" that tells the story of the legendary navigator and explorer Samuel de Champlain that marked Canada's history.


The History of HomeThe History of Home

Narrated by Nick Offerman (Making It, Parks and Recreation), The History of Home examines how the fundamental elements of daily life transformed our lives and made our houses homes. Filmed in 10 countries and featuring 35 locations, the series features world-renowned architects, designers, craftsmen and historians as they journey around the globe and through time to discover the histories and mysteries behind every room in the house.