Historian Peter Barton explores the events of the Battle of the Somme.
Documentary looking at Apple - one of the biggest corporations in the world, fuelled by game-changing products that tap into modern desires, and its leader Steve Jobs, who contributed to its success by fusing a Californian counterculture attitude and a mastery of the art of hype with explosive advances in computer technology.
This eye-opening film goes behind the scenes at two head shops in Portsmouth – businesses selling powerful legal highs, in bright packets. From cocaine substitutes 'Blow' and 'Rush', to the zombifying effects of 'Spice', these over-the-counter highs have changed the face of the local drug scenes across the country.
Why do we buy what we buy? Jacques Peretti investigates consumerism and the people who try and shape the public's appetites.
Dan Walker presents a 5Live Sport special from the National Football Museum in Manchester looking at the growth of Football Gaming over the last four decades. He’ll be exploring the culture surrounding the games, their continued development, huge popularity and their important relationship with the very game they’re trying to imitate. You’ll hear from footballers who play the games, huge social media stars who have made a living from playing football online, and Dan will look at how the games themselves are evolving to meet the ever changing demands of their fans.
David Beckham sets himself the challenge of a lifetime: playing a football match on all seven continents of the globe and getting back in time for his own star-studded Unicef fundraising match at Old Trafford. Playing the beautiful game in some of the most challenging and remote locations of the world, David discovers how important football is to the many different people he meets and plays with and confirms some universal truths about the game itself: it's unique ability to inspire and unite people across the world. The first three games see David play in some of the countries for which he is a Unicef ambassador: tribes in the jungles of Papua New Guinea; children from an earthquake-damaged school in Nepal and footballers from three African countries at a refugee camp in the middle of the desert near Djibouti.
The Hunt takes an intimate and detailed look at the strategies employed by hunters to catch their prey, and the hunted to escape. Contests between predators and prey are among the most dramatic events in nature.