Continuing the rerun of the natural history series with a look at some of the otherworldly creatures that survive in the deepest parts of the world's oceans, including some species never before filmed, as well as sub-aquatic mountain ranges and huge volcanoes. Narrated by David Attenborough.
Stephanie Hughes introduces some of the great works of the English choral tradition, performed by the choir of King's College, Cambridge, and conducted by Stephen Cleobury. The music from the college's chapel includes a Vaughan Williams composition as well as two coronation pieces by Parry and Wood.
The story of North Korea's shock success in the 1966 World Cup, during which they defeated the highly fancied Italians 1-0. The film features interviews with the team's seven surviving members, who remain national heroes to this day.
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