TV guide

TV Times - 26 July - 1 August 2008

This weeks pick begins a two part exploration of the evolution of the car bomb, commencing with its first use by an alleged anarchist to kill more than 40 Wall Street workers in the 1920's.

TV Times - 19 - 25 July 2008

This week's pick is a documentary on the removal of ethnic Germans from their Czech homes in 1945, shown in homage to veteran BBC foreign correspondent Charles Wheeler who recently died.

TV Times - 12 - 18 July 2008

This week's pick examines how the Koran has been used to justify acts of war and terrible suppression, against the wishes of most ordinary Muslims.

TV Times - 5 - 11 July 2008

This weeks pick examines the role that sports can play in political matters by examining the events that took place in the Olympic Stadium in Mexico in 1968 which culminated in two medal-winning athletes giving Black Power salutes from the podium.

TV Times 21 - 27 June 2008

Windrush arrivals

This week's pick demonstrates how the effects of State persecution lingers on through the generations with a portrayal of the reactions of the children of Holocaust survivors to this dreadful legacy.

TV Times - 14 - 20 June 2008

This week's Pick is an insight into the effect on Soviet troops of the war with Afghanistan in what has been deemed to be one of the most influential anti-war documentaries ever made.

TV Times - 7 - 13 June 2008

This week's pick is a documentary telling the story of Afghanistan's first woman candidate for election to parliament whose courage at criticising its incumbent war criminals has made her the subject of continued assassination attempts.

TV Times - 31 May - 6 June 2008

McGuinness (right), with Ian Paisley

This week's pick takes the form of a programme that revisits a 1985 BBC documentary deemed to be one of the most controversial ever screened in which an instigator of Irish terrorism was portrayed as a normal family man.

TV Times - 24 - 30 May 2008

This week's pick is an investigation into the close links between the British government and the brutal warlords of Somalia.

TV Times - 17 - 23 May 2008

This weeks pick highlights the unorthodox and troubling ministry of a Unitarian Reverend who believes it is his mission to assist non-terminally-ill people to commit suicide.