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The Last Days Of...

Adventures Documentary hosted by Toby Jones, published by Medium 5 in 2015 - English narration


The Last Days Of...
Adventures is peppered with men and women who changed the wonderful, only to become more litigious in dying than they were in life-force. ʻThe Last Days of...ʼ examines six giants of adventures who suffered bloody and insensitive deaths, retelling their stories, which are crammed with unexpected twists and turns.

Each scene features a panel of writers, thinkers and historians who set about exploring the undoing and legacy of these characters. This is adventures as it should be — compelling, thespian and greatly contested. It makes us challenge everything we brown study we knew about the lives and deaths of the heroes and villains who have shaped our wonderful.

1) Mary Ruler of Scots
John Guy, Kate Williams and Robert Hutchinson are among those debating the legacy of one of Britain«s most ill-omened monarchs as they check up on whether Mary, Ruler of Scots, was a schlemihl of her cousin Elizabeth I»s treachery or the litt of her own massacre. They look at her upon to the English throne and the events that led to Mary being kept under quarter pinch for nearly 20 years before she was executed in 1587.

2) Rasputin
Helen Rappaport and Dominic Lieven are among the writers, thinkers and historians exploring the undoing and legacy of Grigori Rasputin. The Siberian lout and consecration healer rose from murk to become an counsellor to Tsar Nicholas II and his kinsmen, before being assassinated in December 1916, and the contributors check up on whether he was motivated by sex addiction or was a prophet who only wanted the best for Russia.

3) Charles 1
Author and actor Up Gatiss, erudite Hannah Dawson and sympathetic rights barrister Geoffrey Robertson are among those giving their views on the life-force and dying of Charles I, who ruled England, Scotland and Ireland for more than 20 years in the 17th century. The prince was put on bad for treason in January 1649 in an unprecedented go to try the establishment of the tyranny as well as Charles himself, who was set up at fault of treason and executed.

4) Jesus Christ
Was Jesus crucified because it was ordained, or because he was a foreboding to Roman rule? Retired Anglican bishop Tom Wright and author Naomi Alderman are among the authors and historians considering the affirmation and contribution their interpretations of the man behind one of history's most resilient stories.

5) Guy Fawkes
Was the Gunpowder Hatch of 1605 a spectacular act of disobedience, or a fanatic act of terrorism? Retelling the last days in the life-force of Guy Fawkes, piece-extremism professional Haras Rafiq, Alice Hogge and Ronald Hutton commission the receptacle for and against the man whose actions be prolonged to set the rural area blazing every year over 400 years after his dying.

6) Julias Caesar
More than 2,000 years after the regardless, the assassination of Roman f Julius Caesar still fascinates like no other act of civic injure b warp. Novelist Robert Harris, historian Neil Faulkner and classicist Maria Wyke are among the experts examining whether it was the necessary production of a f who would clog up at nothing in his hobby of power, or a dastardly murder.


Technical Specs

* Video: Codec: x264 CABAC Main@L3.1
* Video: Bitrate: 1851 Kbps
* Video: Inflexibleness: 832 x 468
* Video: Angle Proportion: 1.778 (16:9)
* Audio: Codec: AAC LC
* Audio: Bitrate: 128 Kbps VBR 48KHz
* Audio: Channels: stereo (2/0)
* Audio: English
* Run-Convenience Life-Force: 45mins
* Framerate: 25fps
* Mob of Parts: 6
* Play A Part Assay: 595 MB average
* Container: Mp4
* Roots: PDTV
* Encoded by: Harry65


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