Filmmaker Robert Linnell was just two months old when his father, the pilot of a heavy bomber, was shot down in 1944. Sixty years later, Linnell sets off to document his father's war story - from small-town Saskatchewan to the skies over Berlin - and to visit the place where he died. Little did he know that his quest would end in a face-to-face meeting with the German fighter pilot who shot down his father's plane.
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Emily Carr: Winds of Heaven
Explores the intimate details of Emily Carr’s artistic life, from the overbearing challenges of her Victorian upbringing, through her fifteen-year retreat from the...
Tudor Farm Christmas
In the Tudor era, Christmas was celebrated every bit as enthusiastically as it is today. Some customs are surprisingly familiar: they had Christmas carols, Christmas dinner and...
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...
Joanna Lumley: The Search for Noah's Ark
The story of Noah’s Ark and the catastrophic global flood is among the oldest tales of all time – one that has great meaning to Jewish, Christian...
Full Steam Ahead
Alex Langlands, Peter Ginn and Ruth Goodman are riding the rails on an old-fashioned locomotive to learn how the golden age of steam transformed every aspect of British life – from...
Cesar Ritz is the notorious dishwasher who revolutionizes the world’s hotel business, only to collapse when his most ambitious goal, the coronation buffet for King Edward VI, cannot take place.
Neil Oliver and the rest of the Coast team are back with more sights and stories from the shores of the British Isles - and beyond. Travelling around Britain's spectacular and endlessly varied...
Fake or Fortune?
Internationally esteemed art dealer Philip Mould - known in the art world as 'The Master Sleuth' - and journalist Fiona Bruce return for a third season of Fake or Fortune? Filled with...