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Worlds Collide: The Manchester Bombing

Worlds Collide The Manchester Bombing

In 2017, a British-born terrorist detonated a suicide bomb at pop superstar Ariana Grande’s Manchester concert. It killed 22 people and injured more than 800 others, many of them young girls. It was an attack that shocked the nation to its core. Five years on, the truth of what happened on that night, and the mistakes that were made, are finally starting to emerge.

Daft Punk: Unchained

Daft Punk

With 12 million albums sold worldwide and seven Grammy awards, mysterious French duo Daft Punk are a culture phenomenon. Throughout their career, Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have always resisted compromise while remaining virtually anonymous. This compelling Daft Punk documentary film from the BBC and Canal+ tracks the incredible career of the dance music pioneers and includes contributions from their collaborators including Pharrell Williams, Giorgio Moroder, Nile Rodgers and Michel Gondry.

Roberta Flack: Killing Me Softly

Image of Roberta Flack in Sepia tone

This is the story of a different kind of soul singer, set against the backdrop of America’s Civil Rights movement. In the early 1970s Roberta Flack was one of the most successful pop stars in the world, with hits such as Killing Me Softly. But, as this fascinating music documentary reveals, Flack was no overnight sensation. Her story is one of struggle, rejection, and controversy.

Carols from Kings

Watch Carols from Kings on BBC Select

Enter the unforgettable atmosphere of the candlelit chapel of King’s College, Cambridge and delight in this traditional celebration of Christmas.

The world-famous choir will sing carols old and new, including favorites such as O Come All Ye Faithful and Hark! the Herald Angels Sing.

The story of the Nativity will also be shared during this magnificent festive treat.

Glastonbury 50 Years and Counting

Watch Glastonbury 50 Years and Counting on BBC Select

It’s known for mud, mayhem and amazing musical moments. Glastonbury has been the go-to destination for music lovers for over 50 years and it has become one of the most iconic musical festivals in the world.

This BBC documentary reveals the secrets behind the legendary event, as told by those who set it up and the many stars who’ve played there including Billie Eilish, Stormzy, Thom Yorke and Dua Lipa.