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KS4. Engaging short films exploring history and religion for 14-16 year-olds.
A look at the origins of Magna Carta, a document underpinning British liberties since 1215
A moving five-story tribute to Britain's heroic boy soldiers of World War I.
The true story of the 1961 trial of Nazi Adolph Eichmann for war crimes.
Young people investigate how the protests of ordinary people have shaped British history.
Challenging perceptions of the First World War by exploring its global dimensions.
Kate Adie examines the impact of women's work during the First World War.
Animated films based on the childhood experiences of World War II Holocaust survivors.
Jeremy Paxman traces the effects of the First World War on Britain.
A compilation of short films that pose ethical questions through real-life stories.
Twelve students go on a journey to explore some big questions of faith.
Interviews with eyewitnesses of the Great War, recorded by the BBC in the 1960s.
Six young people trace their family histories in post-war Britain.
A version made for schools of the BBC Two history series on Britain and the Cold War.
Gemma Cairney journeys through the history of the women's movement.
In this compilation of films made for schools, Dan Snow uncovers the story of D-Day.
Bettany Hughes uncovers the remarkable and neglected stories of women and religion.
Was Anne Boleyn guilty as charged or victim of powerful forces in the Tudor court?
Factual drama series which draws on the archives of the Old Bailey online project.
Andrew Marr explores ten key events which have helped to shape our modern world.
Barrister Harry Potter looks at the history of English justice.
Exploration of what it means to be English and what has shaped English identity.
Five short films look at the history of 20th-century farming in Britain.