Channel 4 also have a good series about Hitler’s Rise which you can watch here.
Right now, I’m busy revising for my History A/S level on Tuesday. I’ve been studying Britain from 1483 – 1529, about Richard III and the War of the Roses. I really enjoyed reading Philippa Gregory’s novel, The White Queen, which was about Edward IV’s wife, Elizabeth Woodville. The BBC have just started advertising a new 10-part series based on her series of novels, The Cousins’ War, coming soon. You can read more about it here. I can’t wait to watch it but it’s a shame that it wasn’t on earlier!
Tonight at 9pm, on BBC4, there is a Horizon programme about transplants. You can watch a clip here. It looks at how far transplants have come in recent years, from the first organ donation transplants to growing organs in a laboratory, and explores the ethical dilemmas doctors faced and the risks patients took, for what we now take for granted.
Tonight at 9pm, BBC2 are showing the first episode of a new series of eight programmes about the NHS, called Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS In A Day. You can read more about tonight’s programme here, it looks really interesting.