I have watched 3 of the 6 parts and really like it. This link will take you to where i found the link the the youtube page.
New BBC series about the most famous photographs ever taken(6 posts) (4 voices)
Unless it's a second season (or "series," as they call it on the other side of the pond), this may actually be a show that ran about three years ago. If your cable carrier has Ovation, they've actually shown all six episodes (along with quite a bit else on photography). Interesting stuff, either way.
It very well could be three years old. Unfortunately, we dont get the latest BBC stuff here in america (i have to proxy to watch new top gear). We have to wait months or years. Either way, i still think this is worth watching.
Yeah it's a very old series. Not sure why people think it's new just because peta posted it. In the US it was broadcast two or three years ago on OvationTv (DirectTv channel). They tend to repeat the series ever so often as a "Tribute to photography" marathon. I've got the whole series on DVD.
"Smash His Camera" a documentary about American photojournalist Ron Galella is on the BBC tonight at 22:35 on BBC One bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00wcjwz
Talking of Top Gear Michael DeRose, the BBC announced today that the Top Gear Christmas Special will see the presenters follow in the tracks of the original three wise men in an episode that sees them drive through Iraq.
Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May will drive open-top sports cars through southern Turkey and Syria on their way to Bethlehem in the festive challenge.
holy cow on the top gear info. i hope they dont get shot up.
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