Available August 17 THE GENIUS OF ROALD DAHLRoald Dahl the most children’s that are successful of them all.

Available August 17 THE GENIUS OF ROALD DAHLRoald Dahl the most children’s that are successful of them all.

CHURCHILL: BLOOD, SWEAT & OIL PAINTThis BBC that is insightful special the fascinating untold tale of Winston Churchill’s lifelong love for artwork, investigated by recognized presenter Andrew Marr. He satisfies Churchill’s descendants and explores the connections between his passion that is private for and their general public profession as politician and statesman. (1 EP, 2015)

Their words weave magical worlds of incomparable glow; their figures continue steadily to charm and terrify generations.

Comedian and author that is bestselling Walliams delves into Dahl’s world, fulfilling on the way those that knew him best. David fulfills Dahl’s widow in the home, and chats with longtime illustrator Quentin Blake while he draws a Dahl villain. David also discovers Dahl’s teenage letters and very early drafts of Charlie in addition to Chocolate Factory, which reveal clues to exactly just just how Dahl created their worlds that are fantastical. With efforts from superstars including Joanna Lumley, Michael Rosen, and Tim Minchin, this special guides you through the magical yet largely unknown realm of among the greatest children’s storytellers regarding the twentieth century. (1 EP, 2012)

THE BRILLIANT BRONTE SISTERSThe Brontes’ works emerged from the brutal Yorkshire moors to forever change English Literature. Today, their groundbreaking masterpieces stay a compulsive function of college curriculums around the world. Actress Sheila Hancock, CBE paints vivid portraits of those women that are exceptional and examines the impact of these legacy. Sheila’s journey begins when you look at the Yorkshire village of Haworth together with brutal moors that inspired Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights, ” moves on to Brussels, where Charlotte Bronte developed the writing design that made “Jane Eyre” an enduring masterpiece, and leads to Scarborough, the past resting place of Anne Bronte. (suite…)

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