Running The Gauntlet

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Below the surface of the Mediterranean, time has softened the outline of what was once a mighty British warship, HMS Manchester. But time has not stilled the passions roused by its controversial loss: not only was this 11,000 ton ship sunk, but so too was the official reputation of her highly decorated captain, Harold Drew, DSC. Hidden amongst the wreckage are clues to what really happened during the heat of battle. Can Captain Drew’s reputation finally be restored?



Submarine: Mission Impossible

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In April 1925, the Allies are poised to launch a major landing on the nearby Gallipoli peninsula. Their objective is to open up a new front and knock Turkey out of the war. This is the gripping story of a submarine with an awesome history, thought lost forever…and the ambitious plans to raise her. It combines a hazardous underwater expedition, with the spine-tingling tale of one of the most audacious missions ever undertaken by a submarine.



Running Blind

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Libby Clegg is Scotland’s golden girl of athletics: a visually impaired Paralympic sprinter who shot to fame winning silver in the 100 metres in Beijing and now hopes to take a medal at London 2012. She spent many years struggling to cope, following her diagnosis with an inherited condition, and now runs with the help of guides. This film follows Libby’s achievements from Summer 2010 to her competitions at the Paralympic World Championships in New Zealand.



Jutland

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On the 31st of May 1916, Germany and Great Britain fight the largest fleet battle ever. In barely 12 hours, 249 warships clash, 8,500 men die. Now, the British commander’s grandson, Nicholas Jellicoe accompanies marine archaeologists on an expedition to find out what went wrong.