With the unmistakable stamp of the British signal, dozens of documentaries are now available on demand for all tastes.
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The BBC (the UK’s public media service) is a pioneer in audiovisual production, generating more than 2,500 hours of content per year. Among them, hundreds of documentaries and specials on various topics, which are critically acclaimed and have been awarded numerous Emmys and Oscars over the years. Now, many of them are available to enjoy on demand at Flow.
This episode of the documentary series “Panorama”, broadcast in 2017, remains current by focusing on the question “Has Facebook already got out of hand?” It is the company that knows the most about us, more than any other in history, and much of that information is voluntarily provided to you. Journalist Darragh MacIntyre investigates what the company founded by Mark Zuckerberg does with all of our personal information while showing how its powerful algorithms make us perfect targets.
This documentary about the music icon (the third from director Francis Whately), tells the story of how David Robert Jones became David Bowie, how Bowie became Ziggy Stardust and how Ziggy became immortal. It goes through the first years of the artist’s career (1968-1973), even reviewing the times when he was far from being the coolest of his generation, and pursuing a career of mime (yes, of mime). It includes statements from him over the years, and never-before-seen archival interviews with some of his early collaborators.
Stacey Dooley is one of the BBC’s most relevant documentary specials presenters, and this time she takes us to meet the communities known as “preppers“In the United States, who spend their lives preparing for the end of the world. Meet people who are preparing for an uncertain future, linked to different concerns: from climate change and natural disasters to civil unrest. It shows us how far they will go to protect themselves and their families, and the motivations behind it.
Who was the best leader of the 20th century according to the public? The BBC put to a vote the definition of who were the most representative icons of the last century in categories such as Scientists, Explorers, Figures of the entertainment world, Activists, Athletes and Artists.
In this documentary series, you can learn more about who were the most important and influential figures who shaped the world as we know it today, each in their own field. Marie Curie or Albert Einstein? Mahatma Gandhi or Martin Luther King? The British public had to decide who was the most important and representative figure of the last century.
As we immerse ourselves in one of the classic BBC nature documentary series, we witness the natural wonders that surround us, from the hunting skills of Magellanic penguins in Argentina, to the subsistence of newborn meerkat cubs underground. .
“Animal Vision” is made up of three episodes that will take us around the world. In Namibia we will learn to hunt with three orphaned cheetahs while in Australia we will learn how sea lions escape from white sharks.
Turkey will show us the diet of bears and in France, as in a natural version of Little Red Riding Hood, we will learn about the protection that guard dogs offer to sheep to avoid the attack of gray wolves.
All these contents are part of the different entertainment proposals available in Flow, such as Live TV and content on demand for series, movies, documentaries, gaming and music, which offers the best and complete multi-screen experience. In addition, they are available for all Cablevisión customers, through Canal 1 de Cablevision HD or through the App de Flow, which can be downloaded for free on any device, by entering with your Cablevisión username.