Michael Grade traces the raucous history of the music hall in a revelatory journey that takes him from venues such as Wilton's Music Hall in London to Glasgow's once-famous Britannia. Talking to enthusiasts and performers, Lord Grade discovers the origins of this uniquely British form of entertainment and revisits some of the great acts and impresarios, from Charles Morton and George Leybourne to Bessie Bellwood and Marie Lloyd.
"I want to make people cry even when they don't understand my words." - Edith Piaf This unique film explores the story of the lyric-driven French chanson and looks at some of the greatest artists and examples of the form.
The actor examines different faiths' views on miracles, meeting a man who survived falling 47 storeys and a cancer patient who believes his illness can be cured by prayer.
Where does evil come from? Morgan sets out to understand the root of evil and how our ideas of it have evolved over the millennia.
Morgan Freeman traverses the globe to ask: Where did we come from? What happened “in the beginning”?
Who is God? Morgan begins a quest to discover who God is — and how he, she or they have evolved over human history.
Host Morgan Freeman examines both the past and the future to determine what various faith traditions predict about the End of Days.
In the event series premiere, host Morgan Freeman explores how different religions of past and present answer the question: What happens when we die?