Steven Mackintosh Documentaries
Why Do We Dream? A 2009 BBC horizon episode which explores the science behind our dreams, using research which involved extensive experiments on people and personal stories from vivid dreamers. The program asks where our dreams come from, why we have dreams, and whether dreams have any sort of hidde[...]
9/11: The Falling Man, a 2006 9/11 documentary film about the famous image of a man falling from The World Trade Center North Tower on September 11th, 2001 narrated by Steven Mackintosh. This disturbing photograph was captured by associated press photographer Richard Drew as an unidentified man[...]
Pearl Harbor was possibly the biggest disasters for the United States during World War 2 and one of the most cunning military tactics ever conducted by the Japanse. This Channel 4 Pearl Harbour documentary brings new evidence into light regarding who was actually to blame for the incident which hist[...]
Man on Mars: Mission to the Red Planet documentary. We have dreamed about putting a man on Mars since at least the mid 20th century however the extreme complexity involved in achieving such a challenge without purposefully sending people on a one way mission is immense. NASA has been worki[...]
In this documentary BBC horizon investigates the question, how big is the Universe? At face value the idea of mapping out the universe is a simple task much like making accurate maps here on Earth however you would be wrong as the universe is certainly not a static object. The known or visible unive[...]
A collection of Steven Mackintosh documentaries.