BBC: World War Two - The HolocaustThese programs chart the reactions and personal testimonies of some of those who witnessed the Nazis' "Final Solution".
Interviews, journals and documentaries starkly convey the realities of the camps. Survivors recount their experiences of the genocide and its continuing legacy.
This collection also illustrates the shock felt by the liberators and how the atrocities were revealed by UK broadcasters.
The BBC and the Cold WarThe Cold War was the defining global conflict of the second half of the Twentieth Century. Fought across multiple terrains, the “soft power” of international broadcasting placed the BBC on the frontline of the information war.
To commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall, we explore the role the BBC played in communicating our understanding and experience of the Cold War, with the help of newly-released oral history interviews with those involved.