Based on historical events, this fictional series dramatizes the story of Queen Elizabeth II and the political and personal events that shaped her reign. On the 40th anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II's (Imelda Staunton) reign, she looks back on the reign of nine prime ministers, the advent of mass television and the decline of the British Empire. However, new challenges are coming. The disintegration of the Soviet Union and the transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong marked a dramatic change in the international order, which was both an obstacle and an opportunity. At the same time, the country is booming. Prince Charles (Dominic West) pressures his mother to divorce Diana (Elizabeth Debicki), a move that sparks a constitutional crisis for the monarchy. The couple gradually separated from each other, and rumors spread. Amid growing media scrutiny, Diana decided to take control of the discourse and break family rules — she published a book that dented public support for Charles and exposed the feud within Windsor. Tensions escalate further with the appearance of Mohammad Fayyad (Salim Dao). Driven by a desire for supreme power, he uses his self-made wealth and power to try to win a place in the royal family for himself and his son Dodi (Helid Abdullah).
A 15 year-old girl living in Vatican City, disappeared under mysterious circumstances that are believed to have involved the Vatican.
For Barbarian season 2, Arminius and Thusnelda defeated three Roman legions after effectively uniting the Germanic tribes under one banner. Due to the success of the ambush, the Roman Empire suffered a devastating defeat. As a result of the victory, Arminius and Tussnelda may take on the roles of king and queen of the tribe.
The Five Dragon Guild is under the leadership of Jao Sua Song. He's skilled and in control in business, but things in the family have become chaotic. By his main wife Li, he has his eldest son Thian. He has a secondary wife Jan with whom he has a son named Yang and he has a mistress named Bua.In a Chinese family, masculinity is prized. Thian is the face of the family, the one who will eventually succeed Song, who will carry the power his father has built. Khun Chai is not a position just anyone is suited to.The love between two men is obstructed by Chinese society.
In Season 2, by visiting the NASCAR's birthplace, Dale Earnhardt Jr. seeks a greater understanding of the sport. Visits the scene of the biggest racing upset by Dale Earnhardt Jr. Bobby Markos and Matthew Dillner are dispatched by Dale Earnhardt Jr. to San Antonio Speedway. Visits Columbia Speedway by Dale Earnhardt Jr. to learn more about the 1966 boycott. The enormity of the one and only lost superspeedway in America astounds Dale Earnhardt Jr. Dale Earnhardt Jr. asks his team to look out a track where one of his racing heroes formerly competed.
The Charlotte, North Carolina track where Dale Jr.'s father and grandparents both competed is Metrolina Speedway. The location of a 1967 federal moonshine sting, Middle Georgia Speedway, was visited by Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s ghost track team. The New Asheville Speedway in North Carolina welcomes Dale Earnhardt Jr. after a famous on-track altercation there in 1986. The Dale Earnhardt Jr. team explores an ancient road course built by the legendary Fireball Roberts in Augusta, Georgia. The team of Dale Earnhardt Jr. travels to Hinchliffe Stadium in New Jersey, the site of the thriving glory of midget car racing in the past. Richard "The King" Petty and Dale Earnhardt Jr. meet at one of NASCAR's original tracks. The Dale Earnhardt Jr. team investigates Jungle Park, one of the most hazardous speedways in early racing, in Bloomingdale, Indiana.
Rodrigo Daz de Vivar was a medieval Spanish knight and fighter who lived from from 1043 to 1099. During his lifetime, he fought with Christian and Muslim armies, acquiring the Arabic title al-sd, which later became El Cid ("the Lord"), and the Spanish moniker El Campeador ("the champion"). He was born in Vivar, a village near Burgos. As the head of his faithful knights, he came to govern the Levante of the Iberian Peninsula near the end of the 11th century. During the Reconquista, he temporarily reclaimed the Taifa of Valencia from Moorish control, ruling as its Prince (Seoro de Valencia [es]) from 17 June 1094 until his death in 1099.
Rodrigo Daz de Vivar (c. 1043 – 10 July 1099) was a medieval Spanish knight and warrior. During his lifetime, he fought with both Christian and Muslim forces, earning the Arabic epithet al-sd, which evolved into El Cid ("the Lord"), and the Spanish moniker El Campeador ("the champion"). He was born in Vivar, a hamlet close to Burgos. He came to control the Levante of the Iberian Peninsula towards the end of the 11th century as the leader of his devoted knights. During the Reconquista, he briefly recovered the Taifa of Valencia from Moorish authority, governing the principality as its Prince (Seoro de Valencia [es]) from 17 June 1094 until his death in 1099.
The Final Kingdom Ill omens and border attacks make Uhtred particularly wary at his northern outpost in Season 5; King Sigtryggr is visited by his dreaded brother Rognvaldr. Stiorra is offered a job that might return her to power; Aethelhelm encounters a Saxon foe; and Uhtred faces a long-overdue meeting with Brida. Uhtred offers a daring attempt to liberate Aelfwynn and recover his birthright after knowing of Aethelhelm's position, but Edward is wary. While Edward's men march north, Uhtred gathers a small army to enter Bebbanburg; King Constantin arrives to greet his new bride, Aelfwynn. Armies clash in a last confrontation that determines the destiny of a king's goal for England – and Uhtred's hope for a secure future for his family.
The Final Kingdom After Alfred's death, the connections between the Saxon kingdoms are shattered in Season 4. Uhtred sees the schism as an opportunity to regain his ancestral home. However, Fate leads him to realize that his fate is linked to Alfred's desire of a unified land, not to one kingdom. Tensions between Wessex and Mercia have escalated in the years since Alfred's death. Uhtred feels that his destiny has finally arrived, and that the moment has come to reclaim his ancestral home. Uhtred is concerned about his family. Aethelflaed is successful, but Edward notices he has been distracted by an unseen foe. The Danes and Saxons are looking forward to a fresh future. Uhtred must do the same.
The Final Kingdom Season 3 describes the third episode of "The Last Kingdom," based on volumes 5 and 6 - "The Burning Land" and "Death of Kings," will see King Alfred rethink his legacy as his aim of unifying the kingdoms of England is imperiled by relentless Danish invasions. King Alfred's health is deteriorating. As time runs short for him to unify England's kingdoms, his best warrior, Uhtred, must lead Wessex in battle against the terrible Dane Bloodhair. Alfred's condition deteriorates; following an emotional meeting with the king, Uhtred must make a choice. As Winchester mourns, the Danes march to capture Wessex, but before the Saxons meet them in combat, they must deal with internal opponents.
The Final Kingdom Season 2 begins in the year 878, with Uhtred (Alexander Dreymon), the courageous and impulsive warrior, embarking on a journey north to recover his own fate: to revenge Earl Ragnar's death and retake his ancestral territories of Bebbanburg. Uhtred, the bold and instinctive warrior, begins his journey north to fulfill his fate: to revenge Earl Ragnar's death and retake his ancestral domains of Bebbanburg. When King Alfred learns of the large price of Aethelflaed's ransom - and the tragedy that would almost certainly befall his daughter if Wessex does not pay - he believes there is only one path ahead, despite the risk to the realm.
The Final Kingdom Season 1 presents a narrative of forgiveness, retribution, and self-discovery set against the founding of England, and follows Uhtred, a young warrior and outcast, on a furious drive to recover his destiny. The Last Kingdom retells the history of King Alfred the Great and his quest to unify the numerous distinct kingdoms into what would become England, combining genuine historical personalities and events with fiction. When Uhtred's father is killed in battle, his lands and inheritance are seized by his cunning uncle, Aelfric, who becomes a puppet-lord for the reigning Danes. Uhtred is kidnapped by his father's assassins and raised by Danish warrior Ragnar. When his surrogate family is slaughtered by a gang of furious Danes, he becomes a young Danish warrior. Uhtred finds himself alone; neither Saxon nor Dane.
The food that shaped America Season 3 tells about high school buddies who perceive the "submarine" sandwich as an alternative to fast food, but they are swiftly greeted with tough rivalry from a new submarine eatery that would go on to become the world's largest restaurant chain. Martha Entenmann takes over her late husband's baking business and turns it into a national powerhouse; a married pair bankrupts one bakery but succeeds the second time with an innovative approach to sell snack cakes. In 1924, Hector and Mario Boiardi start an Italian restaurant in Cleveland, introducing Italian food to Americans; the brothers eventually compete with James Kraft and his newest product, macaroni & cheese.
The Food That Shaped America In the 1950s, two brothers from Wichita, Kan., set out to develop their business, Pizza Hut, by exposing America to the Italian dish-pizza; Americans quickly fall in love with their pizza, but a rival, Domino's, threatens to ruin their success. William Wrigley discovers a new product that triggers an industry revolution and a lifetime rivalry. Dr. John Kellogg and his brother launch a breakfast revolution, while competitor C.W. Post pursues an empire of his own. During WWII, opposing industrial empires band together to power the forces fighting for freedom overseas; in post-war America, visionaries transform the industry, paving the path for the golden era of the American dream.
Season 3 of Hitler's Last Stand tells the story of Paratroopers from the US 82nd Airborne Division are dropped behind enemy lines to capture strategic positions ahead of the D-Day landings. One such location is near the town of Ste Mere Eglise, where American airborne troops fought Nazi forces for three days for control of a bridgehead to prevent German reinforcements from reaching the beaches. In December 1944, Hitler launches the infamous Operation Wacht am Rhein, in which his tanks make a desperate dash for the port of Antwerp, kicking off the Battle of the Bulge. In response, the US 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment is dispatched to the Ardennes to secure and defend a critical bridge against a Nazi battle group.On D-Day, a sniper with the French-Canadian Regiment de la Chaudiere loses sight in one eye during the battle for Caen, but refuses to be sent home and rejoins his regiment. In April 1944, as part of the Chaudieres, Leo Major volunteers to try to contact the Dutch resistance in the city of Zwolle, and manages to liberate the city with no civilian casualties.
Season 2 of Hitler's Last Stand tells the story of Following the surprise D-Day landings, Nazi loyalists dug in to maintain a merciless grip on occupied Europe's towns, strongholds, and fortresses. United States forces fight to the death against Adolf Hitler's massive surprise offensive, allowing the legendary defense of Bastogne, Belgium. In 1944, after liberating much of France, Luxembourg, and Belgium, Allied forces launch the largest airborne attack in history in an effort to end the war. As Allied armies prepare to invade Nazi Germany, the race for a bridge could determine the outcome of the war.
According to Hitler's Last Stand Season 1, Allied forces planned to take the French city of Caen on D-Day, but German troops cling stubbornly to the critical hub, squeezing out 860,000 Allied soldiers on the Normandy beachhead more than a month later. On July 8th, a Canadian regiment is tasked with capturing the Abbaye d'Ardenne, which guards the city but is held by a notorious Panzer unit accused of atrocities.Following Adolf Hitler's suicide in the final days of World War II, an American Tank Commander leads a motley crew of German and American soldiers determined to protect French VIP prisoners held in an Austrian alpine castle from loyal Nazi troops. It is unclear whether they will be able to hold out when their tank is hit and the Waffen SS forces attack.
Ghost Adventures Season 9 follows Zak, Nick, and Aaron as they explore the Hellfire Caves outside of London, England, recreating secret pagan rites and summoning the souls of 18th century English monarchy. Zak, Nick, and Aaron are in Kent, England, inside Fort Horsted, where they gather locals to perform a séance in order to elicit the evil spirits that frighten visitors to the fort. A journey to Greenfield, Indiana in search of a sinister force that has taken over the Black Moon Manor. A violent and demonic monster haunts the Sedamsville Rectory near Cincinnati, Ohio. Visual proof of an apparition without a reflection has been acquired at Kansas City's historic Union Station. A Texas hamlet where the "crazy water" may have caused the Baker Hotel to become haunted.
Season 8 of Ghost Adventures recounts The mystery of the Shanghai Tunnels leads the crew into a lockdown that unveils the ghosts of the past. UFC fighter Brendan Schaub joins the squad as they try to investigate the murder at Peabody-Whitehead Mansion. In Bizbee, Arizona, the team conducts a two-part lockdown after hearing horrible cries and seeing a curtain move without a fatal reason. With more expertise under their belts, the team members return to Linda Vista Hospital for a personal reason. The team assists the Galka family in finding closure by commemorating the birthday of their departed daughter, Melissa. The crew tries to reach Frank Sinatra's ghost at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, with help from Vince Neil and Jamie Gold.
Season 7 of Ghost Adventures explores the story of The team examines the estate in Illinois to find out why ghosts are assaulting individuals. The crew travels to Tonapah, Nevada, to the Mizpah Hotel, where the doors of a broken elevator move. In the midst of a multi-part lock-down in Old Town San Diego, the crew explores spirits from century-old celebrations. The group looks at a Civil War battlefield and Rocky Point Manor. The crew examines a two-part lockdown and Johnny Cash's mansion on Jamaica. The team asks contest participants to assist them in their investigation of the jail where the first female serial murderer in the United States was publicly executed.
Season 5 of Ghost Adventures explores the story of The lads seek to communicate with the souls of soldiers. The group examines the Rolling Hills Sanitarium's wards and lunatic hospital. The cast returns to Kentucky to face spirits. The group examines the Waverly Hills Sanitarium's past and the spirits still imprisoned there. Stephen King was inspired by a motel in the Rocky Mountains. The group travels to Hillview Manor. Investigating the Vulture Mine, where prospectors were killed as a result of corruption and brutality. The group investigates the Hornet, a possibly haunted historic aircraft carrier. The crew investigates a Las Vegas mansion. Fort Chaffee's history in Arkansas. The group investigates the dusty mining village to see whether it is haunted. The team explores a tavern that was formerly a morgue.
Ghost Adventures Season 23 covers the story of an investigation into a demonic entity tormenting a tiny California community; people think the wicked spirit is responsible for a string of tragic deaths; an exorcism may be planned. Zak and the team fly to Cleveland to examine the most haunted house in Ohio; tales of murder, suicide, and arson have caused many to think the magnificent estate is cursed. Zak and the team travel to Lake Havasu, Arizona, to examine one of the world's most renowned bridges; a terrible paranormal aura envelops the gigantic structure, drawing murder, despair, and even the spirit of Jack the Ripper. In Globe, Arizona, investigators are looking into a former bordello that was a hotbed of immoral conduct in the early 1900s; two unsolved murders and a deadly shooting fueled by the dark energy that surrounds the building.
According to Ghost Adventures Season 22, Zak and the gang examine the Perron family's home, which inspired the film "The Conjuring;" the lads also face the "Devil's Rocking Chair" from Ed and Lorraine Warren's exorcism archives. Zak and the team examine the home of a self-proclaimed Satanist in Pasadena, California; a séance held within the ancient Victorian house shows that an inhuman spirit has attached itself to Aaron and is attempting to communicate. Zak and the team go out on a perilous cliffside route to investigate an old mining town haunted by the lost spirits of its former inhabitants. The crew is dispatched to Elk Grove, California, to assist a distraught woman who claims she is being harassed by a demon and is concerned for her safety.
Ghost Adventures Season 20 covers the story of The group heads to Alton, Illinois, a town widely regarded as one of the most haunted in the country, to explore a Victorian home with a rich history and allegations of hazardous paranormal activity. The group examines the Mineral Springs Hotel in Alton, Illinois, which has seen several fatalities; Zak believes a demonic presence is keeping these lost souls locked within the hotel. Zak and the team examine the violent ghosts who inhabit a 130-year-old home in Altadena, California, that has been utilized as a film and television set.
In Season 2, Zak, Nick, and Aaron head to Ione, California, to investigate Preston Castle, the site of an unsolved murder and many fatalities due to epidemics. In St. Augustine, Fla., the oldest city in the continental United States, the souls of Spanish troops and captives are being sought in Castillo de San Marcos. The group looks for spirits in Philadelphia's old Eastern State Penitentiary. Looking for spirits at the Moon River Brewery, which is housed in what was formerly Savannah's first hotel. Zak, Nick, and Aaron are imprisoned at England's Ancient Ram Inn, which rests on a pagan burial ground and has been the scene of innumerable human sacrifices and murders.
Zak and the team explore the dark energy discovered at Arizona's Yuma Territorial Prison; the men travel to the Nevada State Prison in Carson City, Nev., where the evidence they acquire raises the standard to new and terrifying levels. Zak Bagans and the crew begin their investigation of the Graveyard of the Pacific in Astoria, Oregon, where they explore the port city's infamous Shanghai tunnels and uncover a series of misfortunes linked to the works of author H.PIn Eureka, Utah, they investigate a series of misfortunes connected to the works of author H.PI Zak and the crew travel to a former mining camp to examine rumored haunted structures; a special guest investigator joins the team for the harrowing lock-down, during which an extraordinary piece of evidence horrifies the team.
According to Ghost Adventures Season 18， Zak and the team travel to Hollywood, California, to examine the famed Ripley's Believe It or Not museum, where employees claim to be harmed by its unusual exhibits. Zak and the team examine a legendary Los Angeles recording studio that is haunted by a malevolent spirit that may be connected to its past. For the last time, Zak and the team examine the Washoe Club in Virginia City, Nevada; a deeply intimate connection sends the boys to tears, and they have a scary discussion with the ghosts.The group travels to Utah to examine the ruins of a massive stone cross that is claimed to be a dark magnet for satanic rituals, possession, and even death; a shadowy figure with red eyes and a peculiar purple fog leads to one heart-pounding encounter.
Ghost Adventures Season 17 covers the story of An aggressive spirit overtakes Zak; a dark force incapacitates Aaron; strange figures; and a voice warns of a demonic presence as the gang journeys to a terrifying ghost town near Wolf Creek. Zak and his crew fly to Ogden, Utah, to assist a family that has been afflicted by a demonic presence who appears as a lovely redhead girl. Zak and his crew fly to Las Vegas to assist a family that has been troubled by a demonic spirit in their house; the guy and his siblings think the monster attached itself to their mother and killed her. Rapper Post Malone joins the team to explore The Slaughter House, a meat-packing facility turned haunted attraction in Arizona; Zak is touched by dark energy, resulting in a paranormal activity marathon.
Ghost Adventures Season 16 chronicles the story of an investigation into the Stone Lion Inn in Guthrie, Oklahoma, where the proprietor is alleged to execute satanic rites in the local cemetery. The men explore the site of a 1996 double murder in Los Angeles' Chatsworth area, but are dragged away from the scene against their will. Zak and his team look into the notorious Viper Room on West Hollywood's Sunset Strip, as well as the tragic murder of a popular actor and the inexplicable disappearance of a business partner. The group returns to Tooele, Utah, to explore a recently abandoned nursing home that shares a building with a haunted attraction; something snatches Aaron's ear, and he sees a shadow figure in a patient's room.
Ghost Adventures Season 15 chronicles the story of an investigation inside the Nevada State Prison in Carson City. The Winchester Mystery House in San Jose, California, is reopening an inquiry. Extraterrestrial activity is being investigated at Rainbow Valley, Arizona. A very unique examination at Zak Bagans' new Las Vegas museum. San Haven Sanatorium has been providing treatment to North Dakota residents since 1912, but for thousands, it was the final destination. The crew travels to El Paso, Texas, to explore the De Soto Hotel and Concordia Cemetery, as well as satanic rituals in the basement and serial murderer Richard Ramirez's link to the cemetery. The group travels to Denton, Texas, to explore Goatman's Bridge; there is satanic worship beneath the bridge; and four women claim to have been physically attacked by a demonic entity.
Season 14 of Ghost Adventures explores the story of An creature terrorizes and mercilessly chokes humans as they enter a 150-year-old Edinburgh mansion. The location of a violent prison revolt in 1958, with numerous dangerous inmates. The group examines severe paranormal activity at Manresa Castle in Port Townsend, Washington; a spirit echoes Aaron's statements precisely. Ghost Adventures examines Tennessee's Old Lincoln County Hospital, where nurses allege the Angel of Death pursued dying patients; in the basement, the lads observe a shadow figure chasing them. Ghost Adventures is the first team to examine New Mexico's Castaneda Hotel. They eventually obtain admission to another haunted property, the Plaza Hotel, where an angry ghost is reputed to attack ladies. The crew looks into a historic California brothel that has been haunted by a shadow figure.At Grand Canyon Caverns, the crew investigates a desecrated Indian burial site. A ghost is seen strolling beneath the famous Hollywood sign. The lads go to a former orphanage where over 10,000 people died. When Zak examines a Clown Motel, he confronts his profound fear of clowns. In the Arizona desert, I'm looking into a Satanic ritual location.
Ghost Adventures Season 13 covers the story of One of the most opulent ships at sea, as well as one of the most haunted locations on the planet. One of the top ten most haunted places in the United States. An ancient, evil power terrorizes a dwelling. Zak's dread of dolls stems from the extremely scary Island of Dolls in Mexico. The Bell Witch is one of America's oldest spirits. Violent ghosts inhabit the Sallie House, with one assaulting a tenant. Thousands of lives have been lost to TB; ghosts of the dead. Apache Junction's ghost town; new gas-detecting equipment in the mines; and a guy in a trench coat roams. Investigating a 730-year-old Leap Castle and the Irish Hell-Fire Club's headquarters. A wicked entity ascends to the top of Aaron.
The Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania features strange activities, according to Ghost Adventures Season 12. Vlad the Impaler was once imprisoned in a 600-year-old Romanian stronghold. The crew looks into the Oman House, a home tied to the 1969 Manson murders and a Native American burial place. A voodoo priestess who died. A haunted tavern haunted by the ghost of George Washington. Zak, Nick, and Aaron travel to Bannack, Montana, a hamlet rife with paranormal phenomena, but before embarking on a full-scale lockdown, the lads watch a drawer open unexpectedly during the day. A 100-year-old cement plant has been transformed into a Halloween attraction; a satanic bible. The historic Heritage Junction is still standing. Fort MacArthur, location of the Battle of Los Angeles in 1942; a spiritual gateway. The haunting St. James Hotel, where Jesse James and Buffalo Bill stayed.
Season 11 of Ghost Adventures explores the story of A century-old Pioneer Saloon; an abandoned mineshaft; and the victim of a 1942 aircraft disaster. The Black Swan Inn, which was erected on top of a historic battleground 150 years ago. A ghost tries to operate on Nick at Tuolumne Hospital in Sonora, California. While exploring the Missouri State Penitentiary, Zak suffers from stomach pains induced by invisible powers. Zak, Nick, and Aaron look into a former abortion facility in Santa Ana. Zak, Nick, and Aaron work with homeowners to assist them overcome the powerful spiritual energy that has driven them to leave their house. The first Exorcist House in St. Louis, Missouri. During lockdown, America's most renowned jail, Alcatraz, is inspected. Strange occurrences at Mustang Ranch The Thornhaven Manor is haunted by ghostly footsteps and darting shadows.
According to Ghost Adventures Season 10, 200 tormented spirits are still imprisoned inside the Wyoming Frontier Prison. Visiting the shores of Staten Island to look into allegations of ghostly activity among the locals. New Orleans is known as the most haunted city in the United States. An vengeful spirit blindsides Nick at a century-old San Francisco strip club; a malevolent entity that follows women and harms men. An internal lockdown in their most memorable area. The hotel hosts a Tarot card reading and séance. Two members lose control of King's Tavern in Natchez, Miss. Wild Bill, the spirit of a killed gunslinger, is being sought. Seeing ferocious ghosts in America's deadliest town.
Season 1 of Ghost Adventures explores the story of Interviews shed light on the ominous background of Bobby Mackey's Music World. Zak, Nick, and Aaron explore the eerie happenings at the Houghton Mansion. Moundsville State Penitentiary is being investigated by the Ghost Adventures Crew. The Ghost team travels to Florida to examine the Riddle House, a former cemetery caretaker's residence. Zak, Nick, and Aaron drive to Birmingham, Alabama, to visit an iron mill. Zak leads his team inside an abandoned psychiatric facility where thousands of mentally ill inmates, many of whom perished, formerly resided. The tunnels beneath Edinburgh's South Bridge have a terrible history. Zak, Nick, and Aaron visit the Old Idaho Penitentiary in Boise, a facility that formerly housed serial killers on their way to the gallows.
Yorkshire, 1834, as told by Gentleman Jack Season 2. All eyes are on Anne Lister and Ann Walker as they settle into married life at Shibden Hall, determined to merge their estates and become a power couple in Season 2. Lister's statement that Ann Walker is moving into Shibden astounded her wife's relatives and upset her previous lover Mariana. Lister informs Ann about her tangled history with Mariana on their honeymoon, as Ann's folks arrange to marry her off to a guy. Ann's ambition to share her family inheritance enrages her brother-in-law, who is growing increasingly dubious of Lister. Lister and Ann's marriage is jeopardized when Captain Sutherland arrives from Scotland trying to ruin Lister's reputation.
Jack, gentleman Season 1 chronicles the epic narrative of Anne Lister, a 19th century landowner who returns to her country to change its fate—and with ambitions to marry a woman. I was only passing by.' Premiere of the series. Anne Lister returns to her humble family house after being rejected by her would-be companion Vere Hobart. I only went to learn anatomy.' (First Season) Lister begins a lighthearted yet risky romance with Ann Walker. Why did you bring that? Lister confronts Christopher Rawson and carries out a daring but hazardous coal scheme. 'Do you want to keep talking?' Season One's Grand Finale. Shibden's difficult news prompts Lister to abandon her new life in Denmark.
Discovering the Archibald Season 1 narrates Rachel Griffiths, an art enthusiast and talented performer, goes on a cultural frolic through our most prized and contentious arts prize as the Archibald celebrates its centenary with an ambitious exhibition. Rachel Griffiths begins her search through 100 years of Archibald history for one portrait that depicts the changing face of the nation, while curator Natalie Wilson begins her search for 100 portraits for the Art Gallery of New South Wales' centennial exhibition. female artists, sitters, and curators, and has commissioned a portrait for the 2021 award. Meanwhile, Natalie is still looking for artworks for her display, including a Molly Meldrum epic from the 1980s.It's the most important day in the Archibald's centennial: Natalie unveils her Archie 100 show, the judges announce the winner of the 2021 Archibald, and Rachel makes her big reveal: she's discovered her Archibald. (Final)
Contact the Midwife. Season 9 narrates a diphtheria outbreak sweeps through Poplar in January 1965, and Mother Mildred seeks to assist a distraught woman who has abandoned her newborn. Sister Julienne steps in to help a pregnant prostitute and a family's plan to flee. When a mysterious illness strikes, Poplar is thrown into disarray, and Sgt. Woolf faces his own health crisis. Trixie assists a blind mother in caring for her new baby, Kevin makes a mistake that bothers Sister Frances, and Valerie becomes concerned about her grandmother. The local council has threatened to cut funding for Nonnatus House, which could be demolished. Two pregnant women discover they have an unexpected bond.
Contact the Midwife. Season 8 narrates Sisters Julienne and Winifred are summoned to the Mother House as Christmas approaches, where important decisions must be made. Trixie returns from Italy, and the midwives assist with a difficult birth. A shocking case reveals Poplar's seedier side, while Trixie and Phyllis are put to the test by a complicated birth. The infidelity of a woman's husband has an impact on her pregnancy, Sister Frances faces her first solo delivery, Shelagh learns about May, and Valerie's loyalty is tested. Valerie must deal with recent events as Shelagh plans a ball to raise funds for new medical equipment, and Sister Hilda helps a terminally ill young woman.
In Call the Midwife Season 6, A new management team takes over Nonnatus House, a father-to-be sustains serious injuries in an explosion, and Trixie helps a pregnant woman who requires immediate dental care.The nuns and midwives return home after their trip to South Africa, to find Nonnatus House has come under new management. The formidable Sister Ursula (Harriet Walter) has taken charge and introduced some drastic changes to the way the clinic is run, which Sister Julienne, bound by her vow of obedience, is powerless to oppose. The midwives come to the aid of a victim of domestic violence whose husband is about to be released from prison, and who risks losing everything if she seeks a divorce. Sister Mary Cynthia suffers further anxiety attacks, and Patsy receives distressing news about her father.
In Season 3, Chummy struggles to adjust to life as a housewife and mother, Trixie's feathers are ruffled when Jenny is promoted, and a routine check-up leads to heartache for Shelagh.The nuns and midwives move into their new premises following the explosion that wrecked the old Nonnatus House, and are joined by fresh arrival Sister Winifred - a kindly-but-naive young woman. Jenny becomes concerned about new mother Merle's mental state and the welfare of her baby, who isn't feeding properly. Dr Turner believes it could be something more serious - although the mystery is eventually solved by the last person anyone would have expected. Chummy is struggling to adjust to her new role as a housewife and mother, and organises an open day at the community centre.
In the story of Call the Midwife Season 11, Lucille and Cyril prepare for their upcoming winter wedding in December 1966, Demolition works in Poplar in a tenement block reveal a long-buried secret at Easter 1967, which leads to a police investigation that comes very close to Nonnatus House, and creates a testing and emotional experience for the team. The Flemings return to the area with both good and bad news, and Sister Julienne agrees to take on a sensitive delivery. Nancy's first day as a midwife gets off to a bad start when her bedroom ceiling collapses.Sister Frances works alongside Dr. Turner to run a cervical smear clinic and supports a recently married young woman who has been given a diagnosis that will change her life. To avoid being labeled as an unfit mother, a single mother who is expecting her fourth child and whose oldest son is in foster care needs Lucille's help. After a terrible event, Miss Higgins settles into Nonnatus, but the longer she remains, the more bothersome she becomes to the other residents.
As the series continues, Jenny helps a heavily pregnant teenage girl; Chummy makes a big impression on everyone she meets; Jenny befriends a veteran soldier (played by Roy Hudd); and newlyweds are excited about becoming parents - until the wife develops a serious medical condition.Christmas 1963 sees the midwives face the challenge of the coldest winter for 300 years. Battling snow, ice and power cuts, the midwives strive to provide the best possible care for their patients. Here is the story of Call the Midwife Season 1,
In Butterfly Effect Season 2,turning points in history often hinge on one decision. We look at moments in history where one decision changes everything.The dramatic story of the defense of France against Hitler's invading army in order to enable the desperate evacuation of over 300K men of the British Expeditionary Force and Allied troops across the English Channel to safety in 1940.Unable to bring mob boss Al Capone to justice for many of the crimes ascribed to him, the US Federal government took a new tack to end the rule of gangsters in the Depression.
Butterfly Effect Season 1 will ask many questions. What if Alexander had not died at the age of 32? What if he had listened to advisors and returned to Macedonia instead of going on his worldwide conquest? How does the legacy of ideals and leadership left from Alexander's time resonate today?What is the future of the human presence in space? How might things be different if there had not been a Cold War and a Space Race? What does humanity gain by venturing into our solar system...and beyond?What would the Civil Rights movement in the USA have been like if Martin Luther King, Jr. had not been motivating change? How does the legacy of the American Civil War still affect the American democracy?
Ancient Civilization Season 2 explores ancient sites and delve deeper into the forgotten codes hidden throughout ancient mythology to unlock new understanding of humanity’s origins. Everything we previously believed to be true concerning the period and location of human origin is now being called into doubt by scientists. These results support the Sumerian Kings List's assertion that human civilisation has existed for more than 266,000 years. Is it possible that thousands of years ago, our DNA was changed? Discover the mysteries of Gobekli Tepe, one of the oldest religious sites in existence. Ancient stone sculptures, according to researchers, depict how a progenitor race influenced human DNA through astronomy, agriculture, and construction.
To gain a fresh knowledge of human origins, explore historic landmarks and delve further into the lost codes found in ancient mythology. In this first episode of Ancient Civilizations Season 1, we discuss the Garden of Eden with a number of academics who have looked beyond the conventional wisdom to unearth a long-forgotten account of the origins of humanity. In the second episode. The Gnostic books that were uncovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt, altered our understanding of the ancient world and revealed conflicting ideas about creation and control. As we seek to elucidate the gnostic worldview, we continue to investigate ancient civilizations. Each episodes will show different clues that linked with our ancestors.
In the Ancient Aliens Season 9, could our planet's deepest caverns hold vital information left by our prehistoric ancestors? And could we discover proof of extraterrestrial contact within Earth's enigmatic caves? Some caves have been revered for spiritual encounter and enlightenment throughout human history, while others have been dreaded as genuine purgatory doors. What transpires in these underground locations that has the potential to affect religions all across the world? Could some of the deepest holes on Earth be hidden passageways to otherworldly realms? Archaeologists have found 10,000-year-old prehistoric artwork in Charma, India, depicting what appear to be extraterrestrial entities. Could these paintings represent a visual documentation of long-ago alien encounters? Or might there be knowledge actually stored within the crystals and minerals that cover the walls of caves, as some Ancient Astronaut theorists suggest?
Legends from all throughout the world mention holy entrances to the gods' realm. gates that permitted immediate travel beyond space and time as well as the boundaries of Earth. Are such stargates or tunnels only mythical constructs, or could this form of intergalactic travel have been possible in prehistoric times? Researchers have found a mysterious and poisonous cave in Turkey that the ancient Greeks claimed served as a tangible portal to Hell. The Incas had the belief that divine entities entered a mountain's portals to start their empire. Legends in northern Mexico speak of bizarre, unearthly beings who arise and vanish inside the isolated ruins of a long-gone civilization. As science works to develop the technology that will enable mankind to reach the stars, is it possible that these celestial pathways already exist? You will find in the Ancient Aliens Season 7.
For thousands of years, pyramids were the largest structures on Earth. The best known were constructed in Egypt and Central America, but others have been found all around the world, including in China, Africa and Indonesia. But what purpose did the pyramids serve? Researchers explore strange similarities between all pyramids, as well as the geographic, strategic and otherworldly connections between these mysterious monumental structures. In Ancient Aliens Season 5, we will connect aliens and ancient Egypt, showing the evidents about the potential clues to explain the how the above stone structures can tell us the information about aliens.
Ancient Aliens Season 4, the mysterious Mayan culture will catch our attention. For two thousand years, the Mayan civilisation ruled Central America, but by the ninth century A.D., the great Mayan cities had been abandoned and the Mayan people had vanished. How could this sophisticated civilisation have perished? Could the Maya have left traces of how they excelled above other civilizations in astronomy, mathematics, science, and timekeeping? The deciphering of hieroglyphs in recent years has shown that the Maya were capable of making precise predictions about shifts in the Earth's axis every 26,000 years. Their most notable king, King Pakal, is buried with inscriptions on his sarcophagus that describe a trip to the Milky Way. A complex calendar also predicts the end of the world in 2012. The assumption that knowledge was imparted to them is the most startling.
Ancient Aliens Season 3 will prove more evidents about aliens.Aliens have allegedly been coming to Earth for a very long time, according to ancient astronaut theorists. If so, could the tales of the American West provide proof of this? The local cemetery in Aurora, Texas is said to contain the remains of an alien whose ship crashed there in 1897. Petroglyphs in Utah show odd creatures with what appear to be space suits on. Ranchers in southern California claimed to have seen an unnatural creature emerge from Elizabeth Lake in the 19th century. Cowboys even claimed to have fired at a large, metallic bird at Tombstone, Arizona, the home of Wyatt Earp and the scene of the gunfight at the O.K. Corral. Are these just tall tales told over the campfire, or did the cowboys and native Americans of America's Wild West really get there?
There are mysterious locations all across the planet, and strangely, UFO sightings frequently occur close to these enigmatic locales. Ships and aircraft mysteriously vanish in the fabled Bermuda Triangle. Strange magnetic anomalies in Mexico's Zone of Silence seem to be pulling meteorites out of the sky in addition to diverting missiles from their intended route. It is said that the ancient doorway at Puerta de Hayu Marka in Peru is a link to other dimensions. Strange rock formations that were reportedly left behind by an ancient advanced civilization are scattered throughout the plateau of Markawasi. What links do these "hot spots" and others have in common? Is it conceivable that ancient extraterrestrials were aware of these enigmatic locations? You can find the answer in Ancient Aliens Season 2.
Why people built enormous standing stones on almost every continent is one of the greatest prehistoric mysteries. The positioning of these monoliths and their geological make-up, according to Ancient Astronaut Theorists, could indicate extraterrestrial interference and, possibly, a technology that once predated our own on Earth. Some of the most famous sacred temples in the entire world were constructed over the remains of much older buildings. What drove early humans to continually rebuild in the same locations? Do these places possess any unique powers? And may they be sites of earlier human encounter with aliens? Ancient Aliens Season 18 will link these unbelievable structures with Aliens.