|The Last Battle Wednesday, May 22
Filmed over three years, The Last Battle traces the story of a small group of elderly Kenyans in their successful fight to win acknowledgement of the abuses suffered at the hands of the British colonial authorities at the height of the 1950s Mau Mau Emergency.
With intimate and disturbing interviews, observational footage, photographs and archive, this revelatory and compelling documentary follows the developing legal case and lays bare a history that was deliberately hidden, allowing the central protagonists to tell the world, for the first time, their stories and what happened to them.
The Last Battle can be seen from Wednesday, May 22, at the following GMT: Wednesday: 2000; Thursday: 1200; Friday: 0100; Saturday: 0600; Sunday: 2000; Monday: 1200; Tuesday: 0100
|Our Man In Sudan Wednesday, May 29
Since the collapse of the global financial markets, Western investors have been looking for lucrative opportunities, especially in countries with internal conflict, such as Sudan.This film follows former Wall Street banker, Phil Heilberg, who reveals what goes on behind the scenes in the modern day version of the land grab.
With an increasing world population and the high price of raw materials, agricultural land is seen as a safe bet. But with so much cheap land on offer, foreign speculators are flocking to Africa.
Our Man in Sudan can be seen from Wednesday, May 29, at the following times GMT: Wednesday: 2000; Thursday: 1200; Friday: 0100; Saturday: 0600; Sunday: 0200; Monday: 1200; Tuesday: 01:00.