A Timewatch Guide

360 Production For BBC Four

Three new episodes of the latest series of 'A Timewatch Guide' have been post-produced at Yellowmoon:

 

The Crusades: A Timewatch Guide

Historian Dr Thomas Ashbridge explores the BBC's archive to reveal how television's telling of the Crusades has changed over the last 60 years. Using footage from Crusade documentaries shot during the Vietnam era, the Palestinian Crisis, the First Gulf War and the more recent War on Terror, he reveals how our interpretation of this medieval story has been influenced by modern political and social change.

The Crusades: A Timewatch Guide was produced by Edward Hart of 360 Production for BBC Four.

Picture finishing was completed by Jonny Fetherston and sound was mixed by Aaron O'Neill.

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Queen Elizabeth I: A Timewatch Guide

Vanessa Collingridge examines the life of Elizabeth Tudor, with particular interest in how documentary television and the BBC has examined her legacy and interrogated her reign. Using Timewatch and other BBC archive stretching back over 60 years, Vanessa looks at her upbringing, her conflicts with her enemies including Mary, Queen of Scots, and her greatest victory against the Spanish Armada. The programme seeks to understand how Elizabeth I created a legacy that we still live with today, and examines how that legacy has changed over the centuries.

Queen Elizabeth I: A Timewatch Guide was produced by Chris Nikkel of 360 Production for BBC Four.

Picture finishing was completed by Jonny Fetherston and sound was mixed by Aaron O'Neill.

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World War II: A Timewatch Guide

The Second World War has gone down in history as the greatest show of military power the world has ever known. Since it ended, over 70 years ago, historians have pored over every detail of the battle. Historical documentary has played a key role, and leading the way has been the history series, Timewatch.

In this 60 min documentary, Professor Saul David uses previous Timewatch episodes - and 50 years of BBC archive - to show how our understanding of the darkest hours, and greatest victories, change over time.

Timewatch is produced by Chris Nikkel of 360 Production for BBC Four.

Picture finishing was completed by Jonny Fetherston, who was assisted by Kyle Vaughn. Sound was mixed by Aaron O'Neill.