A short introduction to everyday Greek for absolute beginners, covering the most useful travel basics. Set in Athens, the Peloponnese, northern Greece, Santorini and Crete, the series also gives insights into Greek life and culture.
Panorama reveals harrowing footage and other evidence of domestic violence incidents that now account for a third of all recorded assaults with injury in England and Wales. Filmed by police response teams equipped with body-worn video cameras, this new style of evidence gathering is helping to bring perpetrators to justice. But years of coercive control and terror often lie behind the violence. Panorama hears from wives, mothers and children who have also endured non-violent domestic abuse, which is now likely to be made a criminal offence in its own right.
A special reversion of Howard Goodall's Story of Music that provides a unique resource for schools. The series traces the story of music from 32,000 BC to present day.
Three 13-year-olds go on a trip of a lifetime to explore the geography of India. Dua, Amalia and Nayan find out what life is really like for the people of India. They take a cruise down the Ganges river, play cricket in an Indian village, visit a remarkable school and go to work with young Indians. The students experience life in two contrasting centres - Patna, a very traditional Indian city, and Bangalore, one of India's fastest growing cities and a place which has a far more westernised feel. As they cruise on the mighty Ganges, the students discover how the river supports life across the whole of northern India. However the river is under threat from increased pollution and the blind river dolphin is becoming an endangered species. Most of India's population lives in the countryside where the teenagers discover that life is very different from anything they have experienced elsewhere. However, the most basic technology is now having a huge impact on rural livelihoods.
A compilation of six short documentary films exploring the rights and wrongs of some of life's biggest questions. These films present real-life stories captured as beautiful and engaging short documentary portraits, drawn from the personal experiences of individuals. They provide students with personal perspectives on important issues in religion, morality and ethics, based on major themes explored in Key Stage 4 religious studies and ethics lessons.
Michaela Strachan, Martin Hughes-Games and Chris Packham unpack the science of evolution.