Here, are the list of best british empire shows as below: Empire State of Mind, Taboo, World War II: The Price Of Empire, Empire, Seven Ages of Britain, The British Empire in Color, Shaka Zulu, .
Writer Sathnam Sanghera travels across the country exploring the effects of the British Empire on modern Britain
Adventurer James Keziah Delaney returns to London from Africa in 1814 along with fourteen stolen diamonds to seek vengeance after the death of his father.
OTT Platforms for Taboo are Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Sky Go, and Netflix basic with Ads Amazon Video, Apple TV, Google Play Movies, and Sky Store.
This is the story of two wars fought at the same time on opposite ends of the globe, often mislabeled as a single war: The Second World War. These conflicts remade our world in just a few decades. A story of how the rise and fall of great powers, from Nazi Germany to Imperial Japan, recast nations into those who could afford, and those that could not afford The Price of Empire.
Empire is a major five-part series presented by Jeremy Paxman. It tells the story of the British Empire in a new way, tracing not only the rise and fall of the empire but also the complex effects of the empire on the modern world – political, technological and social – and on Britain.
Seven Ages of Britain is a BBC television documentary series which is written and presented by David Dimbleby. The seven part series was first aired on Sunday nights at 9:00pm on BBC One starting on 31 January 2010. The series covers the history of Britain's greatest art and artefacts over the past 2000 years. Each episode covers a different period in British history. In Australia, all seven episodes aired on ABC1 each Tuesday at 8:30pm from 7 September 2010.
The British Empire in Colour is a major three part series that examines the history and experience of the British Empire, form the perspectives of both the rulers and the ruled. Using original colour archive film - much of which had never previously been seen - together with personal letters and diary extracts helping to capture the many complexities and contradictions of life in the British Empire.
South Africa, 1823. The Zulu Empire, headed by King Shaka, a brilliant but ruthless military strategist, begin to encroach on the British colony of Cape Town. A volunteer cadre of explorers, mercenaries and professional soldiers are sent to Zululand to try to make contact with Shaka and assess the real threat of his army.