A fascinating documentary on the use of snipers during World War Two, including revealing battlefield experiences, British, German and American training methods and a comparison on the firearms used by these lethal and most feared, weapons of war
This film is presented by Soldier I, best selling author who took part in the Iranian Embassy hostage rescue. Known to his colleagues in the regiment as "Snapper", the narrator tells both of his own eighteen years of service and gives an authorative account of many other SAS operations. Some of these actions have never been disclosed before. Covering much more than the familiar Palace Gate action, this film contains operational footage from the Falklands, the Peterhead Prison rescue, Bosnia, Northern Ireland, Columbia, Borneo, Mirbat, Malaya, Libyan Embassy, Iraq and Jebel Akhdar. As well as an informative commentary by "Snapper", this film also features veterans of previous SAS campaigns, and has an interview with Andy McNab, who tells the story of his capture and incarceration.
At the outbreak of war in 1939, the German Army was one of the finest fighting forces in the world. No other army since Napoleon’s ‘Grand Armee’ had begun a war with such resounding conquests and victories and ended it in such total defeat.
Also known as Operation Forty Lights, or Chelcheraq, was a military operation conducted by the MEK and the Iraqi military at the closing stages of the Iran–Iraq War on 18 June 1988. According to the MEK, the Iraqi army did not participate in this operation. The goal was to occupy the Iranian border city of Mehran to control its oil fields, as well as Kurdish villages in the region. In four days, the People's Mujahedin of Iran wiped out the Pasdaran division, seizing Mehran and building a bridgehead twelve miles into Iran
The history of the SAS from their formation in the Second World War
This documentary outlines the structure, strategies and early success of the German Navy, the invasion of Norway and the destruction of several British warships, the victories of the Scharnhorst and Gneisenau and also their losses such as the sinking of the Bismarck and Tirpitz battleships. It also outlines the early successes and subsequent demise of the German U-Boats.
Presented by Richard Todd, this film portrays the story of RAF Bomber Command during the Second World War. Beginning with its birth as a fledging arm of the Force in WWI, throughout its development between the wars, its rapid expansion at the outbreak of WWII and a complete insight into the strategy, tactics, personnel, aircraft and operations during the conflict
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