Documentary marking the year pop music and popular culture ripped up the rule book.
Documentary exploring the rich, global history of Shakespeare in the cinema.
Country music singer-songwriter Loretta Lynn looks back at her long, extraordinary life.
A new film made entirely from Arena's own archive, evoking the 24-hour daily cycle.
Profile of British film director Nicolas Roeg, examining his personal vision of cinema.
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Charting literary, political and cultural history as per the New York Review of Books.
This Arena special examines the history of the National Theatre.
Documentary telling the story of the genesis of the satirical puppet show Spitting Image.
1983 Royal Albert Hall concert by the Everly Brothers following their ten-year split.
Film about the Everly Brothers, among the most revered of the early rock 'n' roll giants.
Two-part documentary looking at the history of the National Theatre.
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Examining the glamorous life and long career of pioneering photographer Norman Parkinson.
By the mid 60s, Epstein was lured into the world of gambling, sex and drugs.
Documentary examining the turbulent life and career of Beatles manager Brian Epstein.
After years of telling the story of Christian art, Sister Wendy Beckett tells her own.
Film about female movie stars such as Garbo, Dietrich, Hayworth, Crawford and Monroe.
A profile of Eric Sykes, looking at his career as writer, performer and director.
Arena presents the greatest Beatles story never told.
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How Amy Winehouse gave an acoustic performance in a church in the Irish village of Dingle.
1979 film portrait of the late New Wave singer-songwriter, Poly Styrene.
A look at Jonathan Miller's life, with contributors including Oliver Sacks and Eric Idle.
An intimate glimpse into the troubled psyche of the great British author.
Newly-discovered film footage of tenor sax legend Sonny Rollins at Ronnie Scott's in 1974.
Documentary about the saxophonist Sonny Rollins, built around his 80th birthday concert.
Alan Yentob interviews TV dramatist Dennis Potter about his life and work.
An exploration of Charles Dickens's contribution to the history of film and television.
Exploring the work of crime writer James Ellroy, whose credits include LA Confidential.
Martin Scorsese's portrait of the musician, philanthropist and filmmaker, George Harrison
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Documentary celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Secret Policeman's Ball in 2004.
The story of the early part of Bob Dylan's career, directed by Martin Scorsese
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