Topic: History

Bill Hicks – Revelations [The Uncut Version]

This is the 1993 performance by Bill Hicks at the Dominion Theatre in London, which was given the title of ‘Revelations’. There’s

Robert Newman – A History Of Oil

Robert Newman gets to grips with the wars and politics of the last hundred years – but rather than adhering to the

From Caliban to the Taliban: 500 Years of Humanitarian Intervention

From Caliban To The Taliban – 500 Years Of Humanitarian Intervention, is a tale of capitalist expansion down through the ages, coupled

The Last Dream (Ep.3/3) Other People’s Wars – Australia & Conflicts

John Pilger and Alan Lowery, as part of a three episode series, investigate the complicated relationship that Australians have with war. First

The Last Dream (Ep.1/3) Hereos Unsung – UK Steals Aboriginal Land

John Pilger and Alan Lowery, as part of a three episode series, investigate how the Aborigines had their land stolen by British

Does Germany Owe Greece Reparations from Nazi Occupation?

Can war crimes ever be confined to history? Greece is demanding reparations from Germany for the Nazi occupation during World War Two,

The Living Dead (Ep.3/3) The Attic

The third and final episode in Adam Curtis’ The Living Dead series – entitled The Attic – examines Margaret Thatcher’s use of

The Living Dead (Ep.2/3) You Have Used Me As A Fish Long Enough

In this episode, You Have Used Me as a Fish Long Enough, Adam Curtis takes a quick look over the mind control

The Living Dead (Ep.1/3) On the Desperate Edge of Now

The first episode in one of the very first documentary series’ from Adam Curtis, this film explores how history, and the memories

Meet Adam Curtis, Establishment Contrarian

The Power of Nightmares. The Century of the Self. Pandora’s Box. All Watched Over By Machines of Loving Grace – If you’re

Oliver Stone – US Supplies and Bullies Japanese Military

As blunt as I can be. “…Obama’s resupplied Japan with stealth fighters. Japan has the 5th largest military in the world. No

The Untold History Of The United States (Episode 1 – WWII)

US film writer, director and producer presents us with a series which sets out to explain the true course of American history.

Vietnam: Still America’s War – Dealing with the Aftermath

After the 1973 Paris Agreement and military ceasefire, more than 70,000 soldiers and civilians have been killed. The local populace still have

Apartheid Did Not Die – South African Inequality in 1998

John Pilger discusses the situation in South Africa, in 1998, four years after Apartheid was supposed to have ended. On his return

Jack Horner – Where are all the Baby Dinosaurs?

In a spellbinding talk, paleontologist Jack Horner tells the story of how iconoclastic thinking revealed a shocking secret about some of our