New Andrew Marr on Churchill: Blood, Sweat and Oil Paint Watch August 28, 8:00pm Program Info Airdates Related Comments Preview Duration: 59min Andrew Marr investigates Winston Churchill's lifelong love of painting and reveals the ways in which his hobby helped shape his career as politician and statesman. Share Ratings 0 Log in to rate programs. History Arts Biography Report a Problem Next On TV Mon, Aug 28 at 8:00pm Set a Reminder Mon, Aug 28 at 8:00pm Sun, Sep 3 at 5:00pm Additional Broadcast Dates Sun, Sep 3 at 5:00pm Related Programs Good Ol' Freda Freda Kelly was a shy Liverpudlian teenager when she was asked to work for a local band hoping to make it big - The Beatles. Their loyal secretary from beginning to end, Freda tells her... New Coast Australia Season 3 Archaeologist Neil Oliver heads to the shore to explore stories of Australia’s magnificent coastline. Joined by a team of experts in... The Great War Tour Norm Christie takes us on a pilgrimage to significant Great War sites - some famous, others almost totally unknown - and tells the stories of Canadian men and women whose skills... From C to C: Chinese Canadian Stories of Migration Vancouver filmmaker Jordan Paterson spent two years crafting this moving documentary about the historical injustices faced by... Suggs' Italian Job Suggs, frontman of the British pop band Madness, takes a road trip through the heart and soul of Italy - a country close to his heart - in this lighthearted four-part series.... Gaining Altitude: The Mosquito Reborn The fast and maneuverable de Havilland Mosquito was a crucial element in the victory of the Allied Forces in World War II. But because of its wooden... Bloodied But Unbowed: Early Vancouver Punk In the late '70s and early '80s Vancouver, punk music reared its ragged rancid head and let forth a rebel howl. Director Susanne Tabata's... Looking for Lowry Chronicles the life and work of British artist L.S. Lowry, best known for his atmospheric urban and industrial landscapes. The Trouble With Tolstoy He was the author of two of the greatest novels ever written and an enormously influential philosopher, yet Tolstoy’s radical ideas still make him a controversial figure... View the discussion thread.