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   ‘History 101’ is a new type of show, for a new type of audience: big history delivered in an unadulterated hit of premium archive and jaw-dropping infographics. This landmark series tackles the biggest developments of the past 100 years and breaks them down into fast-paced, easy-to-understand episodes, that helps answer the big questions: Why is the world the way it is and how did we get here? Ten episodes span a wide range of topics ripped-from-the-headlines, covering scientific breakthroughs, social movements, and world-changing discoveries: the Space Race, Plastics, Oil in the Middle East, and the AIDS epidemic to name just a few. Unpacking not just what happened but why, and how this created the world we live in today.
The Man Who Saw Too Much
1 x 60’, 2019, HD
Legendary archaeologist Johan Reinhard spent his career searching for the lost temples of the Inca Empire, discovering all but one: Ausangate, named after one of the most sacred mountains in Peru. Now in his seventies, he’s handed the torch to environmental scientist Preston Sowell, who makes a mysterious discovery at an alpine lake near Mt Ausangate that he believes is the lost temple. This film follows Sowell’s journey of discovery, loss and adventure as he seeks the truth about this sacred place.
Lost Temple Of The Inca
1 x 60’, 2019, HD
 History 101
10 x 30’, 2020, HD
Bedrock Film Works/Off the Fence Productions
 ITN Productions/Netflix
 Mongols: The Secret History
3 x 60’ or 1 x 90’, 2021, HD
    This devastating documentary tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes of Boris Pahor, the oldest living survivor of the concentration camps and still sharp at the age of 107. Pahor was a prisoner at Dachau, Bergen-Belsen and Natzweiler. In an exclusive interview he talks about his fight against fascism and the Nazis. Pahor’s harrowing testimony is supported by extracts from his extraordinary book ’Necropolis’ and illustrated with remarkable drawings, by fellow prisoners, creating a unique record of about life and death in the only Nazi concentration camp situated in France: Natzweiler - ‘the death camp in the clouds’. Once viewed, this film is not easily forgotten.
I Am Curious... Productions/BBC
In this immersive and dramatic series, we dig deep into history to uncover the true story of the Mongols, from the powerful genius of Genghis Khan to the great buildings, reforms and remarkable legacies of his successors. We’ll meet leading researchers working across Asia, travelling from the extraordinary landscapes of the Mongol heartlands, including recreating the spectacular lost city of Xanadu, to the rich territory of southern China and beyond.
Lion Television
‘The Riddle Of The Carpathian Sphinx’ is an awe inspiring film showing evidence that changes our perception about our origins and our deep forgotten past. Discover the many years of extensive research in the Carpathian Mountains, Romania, by geologist and world-renowned specialist Dr. Robert M. Schoch as he investigates the Carpathian Sphinx and other enigmatic and mysterious rock formations. His conclusions are unexpected and shocking, revealing the strong possibility of a new emerging view of our world history. Oana Ghiocel Media
The Riddle Of The Carpathian Sphinx
1 x 60’, 2020, HD

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