Documentaries

Series:

  • HEART OF THE DRAGON
    about China for Channel Four and PBS -International Emmy winner - (12-hours)
  • PORTRAIT OF THE USSR
    for Turner Broadcasting - (7 hours)
  • TESTAMENT
    for Channel Four - (7-hours)
  • GORE VIDAL IN VENICE
    for Channel Four - (2 hours)
  • GLOBAL RIVALS
    for WNET/PBS and ORF Austria - (3 hours)
  • THE MIDAS TOUCH
    about the global economy with Anthony Sampson for BBCtv, TV-Asahi and Channel 7 Australia - (6-hours)
  • CHILDHOOD
    for WNET/PBS and Channel Four - (7 hours)
  • SPACESHIP EARTH
    for Channel Four - (10 half-hour)
  • ROYAL GARDENS
    with Sir Roy h5 for BBCtv - (6 half-hour)
  • THE ROYAL COLLECTION
    about HM Queen Elizabeth II’s unique collection of paintings, shot on HDTV for Channel Four and NHK of Japan - (6 half-hour)
  • VERY JEAN MUIR
    for Channel Four - (3 half-hour)
  • CYBERSPACE
    about the impact of new communications technologies, for ITV, Télé Images and The Learning Channel - (3 hours)
  • THE PEOPLE’S PLANET
    a series about creating a sustainable global economy, for NHK of Japan, CNN and Télé Images - (6 hours)

Specials:

  • A CRY FROM THE GRAVE
    (Banff Grand Jury prize-winner) A documentary about the massacre of 1995 for BBC2’s Storyville, 13/WNET, WDR and NOS - (104 minutes)
  • CUBAN MISSILE CRISIS
    (US National Emmy winner) with TV Asahi, The A&E Network and BBCtv - (100 minutes)
  • CAROLS FROM PRAGUE
    with Plácido Domingo, Ileana Cotrubas and Jeremy Irons, for BBCtv and RPTA - (60 minutes)
  • HIROSHIMA
    - The decision to drop the bomb. A documentary special for TV Asahi/BBCtv/TV Novosti/The History Channel - (75 minutes)
  • 444 DAYS
    about the 1979 US hostage crisis in Iran for BBC2’s Storyville, The History Channel and Télé Images - (104 minutes)
  • RUSSIAN MISSILE WARRIORS
    for BBCtv and WGBH - (52 minutes)
  • THE JAZZ AMBASSADORS

    The remarkable story of how the US State Department sent African-American musicians Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie and Duke Ellington to Africa, India and even behind the Iron Curtain to win over hearts and minds during the Cold War.
    Producer Mick Csáky, Writer & Director Hugo Berkeley
    Antelope/Normal Life Pictures/WNET production for PBS, BBC and ARTÉ
    2018 / 90 minutes - 3 minute trailer