The 'Barbarians' are often blamed for the collapse of the Roman Empire, but in reality they were fascinating civilizations that produced magnificent art. Focusing on the Huns, Vandals and Goths, Waldemar follows each tribe's journey across Europe, and discovers the incredible art they produced along the way.
In 1940 80,000 Italian troops marched out of Libya into Egypt to threaten the British Empire at a critical moment in the WWII. What began as a desert skirmish rapidly became the fulcrum of Britain's struggle for survival against the Nazis. Jonathan Dimbleby travels to key locations to tell this story.
In the final episode, Peter arrives in Chiapas where there are some startlingly exotic dishes to experience including fried iguana to boiled ants. The state is also home to some of the best shade-grown coffee in the world which Peter puts to good use when he makes Mexican doughnuts with a coffee anglaise.
It's 1997 and Denise Woods is now a successful Detective Inspector at Brixton. She is ideally placed to climb the ranks, but is struggling to find time for her husband and their young daughter. Denise is investigating the rape and murder of a young girl whose body is found on an estate.
Hummus is one of the oldest known prepared foods in human history. In the 21st century, hummus is a fashionable food commodity, manufactured and sold everywhere. But the Middle East is a place where passions are quick to ignite. And so, where there is hummus, there is also intense rivalry.