Arts & Culture

Arts & Culture

Cinema, theatre, literature, music and sport. Watch on "British Pathé's Heritage Hub", an award-winning video streaming service featuring hundreds of full-length documentaries for specialist audiences. Available on iOS, tvOS, Android, Android TV, Roku, Fire TV, and online.

Arts & Culture
  • The Beatles Come to Town

    Magnificent 1963 doc with The Beatles on stage in Manchester. Amazing footage in Technicolor.

  • The Lost Gardens of Heligan

    Join the restoration team at the start of the project to transform the stunning gardens at Heligan. Experimenting with traditional horticultural processes, both in the amazing Victorian glasshouses and out in the glorious vegetable and flower gardens.

  • The Making of Wedgwood

    1958 documentary on creating famous Wedgwood pottery at the Barlaston factories in Staffordshire.

  • The Mini - A Celebration of a Classic British Icon

    This documentary is a true celebration of the Mini, the most popular British car ever built and a classic icon.

  • The Questioning City

    Narrated by Sir Michael Redgrave, this film shows the colleges and student life of Cambridge in 1963.

  • The Story of British Pathé

    1 season

    A fascinating introduction to the history of the pioneering newsreel company British Pathé which documented all aspects of everyday life in Britain and around the world in the 20th century.

  • The Way To Wimbledon

    Documentary about 1954 Wimbledon Tennis Championship - with behind the scenes footage.

  • The Workhouse Ward

    Incredibly funny Lady Gregory story about two grumpy men who live in an Irish workhouse.

  • Treasure Gardens of England

    Alan Titchmarsh takes the viewer on a tour of ten historic English houses: Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire; Chatsworth in Derbyshire; Harewood House in Yorkshire; Castle Howard; the Beaulieu Estate in Hampshire; Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire; Warwick Castle; Wilton House; Leeds Castle in Kent; and ...

  • Variety Acts and Turns

    1 season

    A comprehensive celebration of a glorious age of British Variety featuring the very best performers and singers from radio, music hall and the theatre! Performances rarely seen since they were shown in the Pathé cinema newsreels of the day.