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Three Days in Auschwitz

As a Jew, born in 1949, Philippe Mora is a second-generation holocaust survivor who lost eight members of his family at Auschwitz. Unaware for many years that his father was in the French Resistance and his mother evaded Auschwitz by one day, Philippe Mora takes us on a personal journey that many holocaust survivors have had to walk to come to terms with the scale of inhumanity that the Nazis showed towards the Jews.

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Billy Fury: The Sound Of Fury

Billy Fury became an overnight sensation and The Sound of Fury album, a landmark in British Rock & Roll history. This new programme highlights Billy Fury’s contribution to popular music and why Britain’s original teen idol had more Top 40 hits than the Beatles during the 1960’s. Featuring interviews with Vince Eager, Lord Puttnam, Mark Kermode, Amanda Barrie, Len Goodman, Imelda May and Billy’s mum, Jean Wycherley.

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I Superbiker 4 - The War for Four

Murray Walker narrates the latest instalment of the action-filled motorbike racing film that has become a yearly spectacle on the cinema circuit. I Superbiker - The War For Four captures the fantastic spectacle that is British Superbikes and turns it into a nail-biting epic of the speed, hardship and ecstasy of life on the edge for the superbike gladiators. This must-see film has been awarded 5 stars by MCN.

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Mantovani - The King of Strings

Annunzio Mantovani was the most successful orchestra leader ever, selling 70 million records from the 1950's to the 1970's. Known for his unmistakable cascading strings and recordings such as Charmaine, Mantovani enthralled the world with his sublime arrangements. This documentary is the story of the man and his music.

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The Chess Player (2017)

In 1934 Diego Padilla wins the Spanish Championship of Chess and meets a French journalist, Marianne Latour, and they fall in love. At the end of the Civil War, Marianne convinces Diego to live in France with their daughter, where shortly afterwards Diego will be accused of spying by the Nazis and imprisoned in an SS prison. In prison, Diego will try to survive in a hostile environment thanks to Colonel Maier's passion for chess.

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