New documentaries

A collection of new documentaries added to Docur. Last update September 08, 2018 @ 07:24 AM

Dino Hunt: Canada

AnimalScience Presenter Dan Aykroyd 2015 Unrated

A four-part 2015 documentary series presented by Dan Akroyd, which follows six different teams of expert Canadian palaeontologists (fossil hunters) as they seek to discover what would be some of the most important dinosaur fossil finds of modern times. In this series, they take the viewer on a[...]

Relatively Free

Barrett Brown is an American freelance journalist and activist who has written for The Guardian, Vanity Fair, Huffington Post, and many more leading publications and was the founder of Project PM a research collaboration and wiki which served the purpose of facilitating the analysis of hacked emails[...]

The Alastair Campbell Diaries

Political Presenter 2012 Unrated

Alistair Campbell first made a name for himself as Fleet Street journalist for the Daily Mirror, the last remaining major national newspaper to support the Labour Party. He overcame alcoholism to work his way up to political editor and later switched newspapers and performed the same role for the no[...]

Inside The Mind of Google

Technology Presenter Maria Bartiromo 2009 Unrated

Inside The Mind of Google is a 2009 documentary which takes a rare look at the world’s most powerful technology company, at a time when the business still had an element of mystique. It gives a background on how two PhD students managed to take a research project and turn it into the worlds mo[...]

Forty Minutes: Danger Men

Crime Presenter 1990 Unrated

An old BBC documentary, aired in 1990, about an experiment in the UK prison system to put together ten of the most dangerous and disruptive men in the British prison system into a new special unit at Hull prison. The experiment saw the inmates taken out of the general prison population where they co[...]

The Germans We Kept

The Germans We Kept is a BBC Timewatch programme from 2000 about German Prisoners of War (POWs) who were captured by Allied forces and imprisoned in camps in Great Britain but decided to remain in the country after the end of the Second World War. By 1946 there were over 400,000 prisoners of war in[...]

The Road To Mongolia

Society Presenter 2015 Unrated

Every year hundreds of people set off from a starting point in the United Kingdom and embark on an insane trip to Mongolia on an adventure which has been described as the greatest in the world. Each team purchases a ridiculously crap car with a maximum 1200cc engine and must make it to Mongolia with[...]

Britain’s Gay Footballers

SexualitySport Presenter Amal Fashanu 2012 Unrated

In 1990 Justin Fashanu became the first British professional footballer to come out as gay whilst still playing football, the troubled striker would commit suicide just eight years later. No British footballer has come out as homosexual since, but there are said to be numerous gay players in the Eng[...]

The Lost Tomb Of Jesus

Society Presenter Simon Jacobovici 2007 Unrated

The Talpiot Tomb is a rock-cut tomb discovered in 1980 in the East Talpiot area of Jerusalem, just a few miles south of the Old City in Jerusalem. Included in the tomb was an inscribed epigraph interpreted as “Jesus, son of Joseph”, the tomb contained the remains of several humans. The d[...]

The Real Football Factories

Crime Presenter Danny Dyer 2006 Unrated

Playing the lead role in the hugely successful football hooligan film The Football Factory (2004) was probably the pinnacle of Danny Dyer’s acting career, although it probably also helped to pigeonhole him into playing the role of a typical cockney ‘geezer’ and much of his work tha[...]

Hitler's Secret Science

Hitlers Secret Science is a 45 minute long 2010 documentary about the huge teams of leading scientists which were working for Nazi Germany in their quest to develop the devastating weapons they needed to win them the Second World War, they had even made progress towards developing an atomic bomb. By[...]

The Brits Who Fought for Hitler

A 2002 British documentary about British prisoners of war who were recruited by the Nazi’s to fight in their own Infantry unit of the Waffen-SS and served alongside the Nazi’s on the eastern front, the unit was initially called the ‘Legion of St George’ and later renamed the[...]

Dinosaur Revolution

Animal Presenter Rick Robles 2011
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Dinosaur Revolution is a four-part American documentary series from 2011 which uses computer-generated imagery to portray dinosaurs and other animals which roamed the earth in the Mesozoic era in a narrated nature documentary style. The series took three years to create and was originally going to b[...]

This Is What Winning Looks Like

Military & War Presenter Ben Anderson 2013 Unrated

Film maker and reporter Ben Anderson began covering the war in Afghanistan in 2007, documenting the struggles of under-equipped and undermanned British forces who were fighting the Taliban for control of Helmand province in the BBC documentary Taking on the Taliban. He also directed the 2010 documen[...]

Google: Behind The Screen

Technology Presenter IJsbrand van Veelen 2006 Unrated

Google: Behind the Screen is a 2006 Dutch documentary directed by IJsbrand van Veelen for the Dutch broadcaster VPRO. The documentary focuses more on Google’s suite of products as it existed at the time, and the goals of the organization, rather than focusing on the startup story, the per[...]

The Battle for Bomb Alley

Military & War Presenter Ben Anderson 2011 Unrated

For four years British servicemen fought an ongoing war with Taliban fighters in the Sangin region of Afghanistan, the most violent part of the country. Over a four year period up to 2010, some 106 British men lost their lives in the region including Staff-Sergeant Olaf Schmidt who won the George Cr[...]

WWII in HD: The Air War

HistoryMilitary & War Presenter Rob Lowe 2010 Unrated

WWII in HD: The Air War is a feature-length 2010 history documentary which follows the story of three 8th Air Force airmen and the war reporter Andy Rooney for the year which led up to D-Day battle against the powerful German Luftwaffe. The documentary makes use of original color[...]

Ed Gein: The Real Leatherface

BiographyCrime Presenter 2004 Unrated

The 1974 film The Texas Chain Saw Massacre was one of the scariest movies of its time, and the protagonist Leatherface played by Gunnar Hansen will have given many people nightmares for years. The movie took over $30 million at the box office (that’s about $150 million in today’s money,[...]