Channel 4 – Sing It Loud Black and Proud (2020)

Channel 4 – Sing It Loud: Black and Proud (2020)
English | Size: 700 MB
Category: Documentary


From the legendary Ronnie Scott’s venue, Maya Jama presents a one-off celebration for Black History Month, with some of the UK’s finest gifted young jazz musicians. Zara McFarlane, Ashley Henry, Poppy Ajudha, Reuben James and Ayanna Witter-Johnson all take to stage to perform their own interpretations of iconic black protest anthems from Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye and James Brown. [Read more…]

Channel 4 – Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong’o (2019)

Channel 4 – Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong’o (2019)
English | Size: 941 MB
Category: Tutorial


Lupita Nyong’o uncovers the truth behind the women who inspired the Dora Milaje in Marvel film Black Panther. Travelling to Benin in West Africa, Lupita reveals the stories of the real-life warrior women who fought African and European powers alike from the 17th to the 19th centuries in the Kingdom of Dahomey, centred in the modern-day country of Benin. [Read more…]

Channel 4 – Egypt’s Lost Pyramid (2019)

Channel 4 – Egypt’s Lost Pyramid (2019)
English | Size: 827 MB
Category: Documentary


Follows archaeologists working on a 4,000-year-old pyramid containing a burial chamber, still apparently sealed. As light enters the tomb for the first time, the artefacts contained within reveal a gripping detective story as although there are no signs of entry, the contents have been disturbed. To solve the mystery, Egyptologists explore the nearby Black Pyramid to see how pyramid builders used every trick in the book to protect the treasures, discovering a dark and complex labyrinth of dummy tombs, false passages and stone portcullises to fool robbers. [Read more…]

Channel 4 – Trump Tweets from the White House (2020)

Channel 4 – Trump: Tweets from the White House (2020)
English | Size: 692 MB
Category: Documentary


Donald Trump has tweeted tens of thousands of times since becoming US president, giving the American people unique access to his innermost, unedited thoughts, and giving him access to his base without the interference of the traditional media. This programme looks at the impact on US politics of his use of Twitter, and whether they have caused problems and controversies, or, seemingly, solved intractable foreign policy problems. [Read more…]

Channel 4 – The Unremembered Britain’s Forgotten War Heroes (2019)

Channel 4 – The Unremembered: Britain’s Forgotten War Heroes (2019)
English | Size: 1.03 GB
Category: Documentary


A century ago, in the aftermath of the First World War, Britain established vast war cemeteries to honour each individual who died serving the nation. The Commonwealth War Graves Commission set up to run them became famous for its principle of equality in death for everyone, regardless of the military rank or their role in civilian life. David Lammy journeys across Kenya and Tanzania to find out why many African soldiers and porters were overlooked during the conflict, and their names forgotten. He also looks at the impact this has on modern Africa and its communities today, and why he believes Britain has to put this right. [Read more…]

Channel 4 – The World’s Most Famous Train (2015)

Channel 4 – The World’s Most Famous Train (2015)
English | Size: 1.14 GB
Category: Documentary


During its nine-month-long season, the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express makes over 60 journeys, covering 150,000 kilometres, with the majority of trips between London and Venice. The train is comprised of 17 unique 1920s carriages that have transported a host of elite individuals across Italy, Switzerland, and Turkey for more than a century. This documentary follows the stories of the staff and passengers as the train makes its way across Europe, with some customers having paid more than ?2,000 for the privilege. [Read more…]