In May 1945, after some of the most bitter and destructive fighting of the war, the city of Berlin fell to the allies, Hitler committed suicide and Germany finally surrendered. This film illustrates the city of Berlin’s battle from the very first air raid by the RAF until its demise in a stimulating analysis of this most agonizing and momentous of all phases of the war
This documentary covers the strategy and tactics of aerial warfare adopted by all the combatants during the Second World War. Including; how battles we won, aerial and bombings campaigns, fighter techniques, protection of the sea-lanes, spies in the sky, nightfighters and the individual fighter aces.
55,573 young men died flying with Bomber Command during World War Two; thats more than those who serve in the entire Royal Air Force today. This film is probably the last public account of those that survived. Recounting experiences and memories of serving in a force, where the odds of surviving were heavily stacked against them.
This documentary is a dedicated yet moving account of Operation Millennium, the first 1,000 bomber raid by the RAF in World War Two. It was an extraordinary feat of organisation involving 1,048 bombers and 6,000 aircrew and 53 British airfields. The result; an awesome and unprecedented bombing raid which ultimately reduced the population of Cologne by ninety five percent.
In the summer of 1942, Rommel’s Afrika Korps swept across the Western Desert, sending the Allied forces into full retreat. Driven back deep into Egypt, Montgomery’s 8th Army dug in along the El Alamein Line, prepared for battle. This factual film portrays the events leading up to and during, one of the greatest battles in the Second World War, the Battle of El Alamein, followed by an overview of the war fought in the deserts of North Africa.
This film chronicles the ultimate demise of Hitler’s legendary Western Wall, dubbed by the allies as the ‘Siegfried Line’. The West Wall was a tremendous barrier of fortified defences and minefields, protecting Germany from invasion through Europe. In 1944, this line of defence was crushed, when following the D Day landings; the allied troops fought their way relentlessly to cross the line into Germany.
This fascinating documentary outlines the treatment and personal experiences of the many millions that were taken captive during the conflict
Beginning with the construction of Germany’s Siegfried Line or West Wall, this one hour film concentrates on the war fought throughout Europe, initially outlining the German advance up until the fall of France, followed by the allies ‘long road back’, with the final destruction and surrender of Berlin.
COMING SOON - VIAM2023 on March 15th at the OVO Arena, Wembley, featuring Darren Day
Voice in a Million returns atfer the lockdown, with a new show on March 23rd 2022
The VIAM 10th Anniversary Show at the SSE Arena, Wembley on the 21st March 2019, featuring RoadTrip and the New Hope Club
The VIAM 10th Anniversary Show at the SSE Arena, Wembley on the 20th March 2019, featuring RoadTrip and the New Hope Club
Voice in a Million at the SSE Arena on the 15th March 2018, featuring RoadTrip and HRVY
Voice in a Million at the SSE Arena on the 14th March 2018, featurning HRVY
Voice in a Million at the SSE Arena, Wembley, London, on the 9th March 2016
Voice in a Million at the SSE Arena, Wembley, London, on the 8th March 2016
The second show at Voice in a Million, at Wembley Arena on March 3rd 2016
The first night of Voice in a Million at Wembley Arena, London, on the 2nd March 2016
Voice in a Million at Wembley Arena in 2015
Voice in a Million at Wembley Arena in London on 2014, featuring X Factor winner Matt Cardle
Voice in a Million at Wembley Arena in 2013
The first Voice in a Million to be staged at Wembley Arena
Voice in a Million at the O2 Arena in 2011, with a choir of 7,500
Brian Blessed hosts this three part series on the History of the British Royal Family since Queen Victoria