Melvyn Bragg on TV: The Box That Changed the World

Melvyn Bragg on TV: The Box That Changed the World

Melvyn Bragg on TV: The Box That Changed the World is a TV movie starring Melvyn Bragg, Ash Atalla, and David Attenborough. On the 50th anniversary of BBC2 being the first ever channel to regularly broadcast in colour, Melvyn Bragg...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
2 hours
Genres
Documentary
Actors
Ash Atalla, Melvyn Bragg, David Attenborough, Joan Bakewell
Director
Southan Morris
Writer
Melvyn Bragg
Country
UK
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Melvyn Bragg on TV: The Box That Changed the World» (24)

Julia M. avatar
Julia M.

On the 50th anniversary of BBC2 being the first ever channel to regularly broadcast in colour, Melvyn Bragg and guests look at the history of the box in the corner of the room, and how that indeed has changed our history.

Ann Peterson avatar
Ann Peterson

Incredibly well crafted, acted, and produced. No disappointments here.

Jessica Willis avatar
Jessica Willis

I don't have enough words to say about this movie. It is perfect i love movies and this movie has everything to be a great. The story is very nice, the acting is cool and everything else is awesome. I waited so long for a movie like this.

Paul avatar
Paul

This movie is Documentary the way it was meant to be: intelligent, thought-provoking, and exciting.

Jose B. avatar
Jose B.

Love Southan Morris, this didn't disappoint!

Henry C. avatar
Henry C.

Not for the uneducated viewer. the cast is beautiful! Melvyn Bragg does a very good job making us love his. Joan Bakewell was a character i loved and surprised me how well he acted in his role.

Douglas Wilson avatar
Douglas Wilson

It’s really been a long time since iv seen a movie this damn good.

Billy Perkins avatar
Billy Perkins

This was one of those rare movies that kept my attention. The scenes where amazing, acting was spot on. Joan Bakewell was the best thing about this film! I'd get it 11 stars if I could.