In episode two of Andrew Graham-Dixon's epic journey through Scandinavian art and landscape, Denmark emerges from modest beginnings to become one of the greatest powers and arbiters of taste in northern Europe, a story of incredible transformation befitting the homeland of the greatest fairytale spinner of them all, Hans Christian Andersen, creator of The Ugly Duckling and The Emperor's New Clothes.
Danmarks Næste Topmodel, or simply Topmodel, is a Danish reality television show and an adaptation of America's Next Top Model, created by Tyra Banks. For its first three cycles the show was part of Scandinavia's Next Top Model and was hosted by Anne P. In each cycle, the top 3 contenders of the individual Danish competition would move on to Scandinavia's Next Top Model in order to compete with the three remaining contestants from Sweden and Norway. Despite always having a spot reserved in the final episode, a Danish woman never went on to win the entire competition. In 2010, the show began to produce its first independent cycle, under the name of Danmarks Næste Topmodel. It began to be broadcast on Kanal 4 with Caroline Fleming having taken over the hosting duties.
The Second World War In Colour  is a three-part documentary which reveals hours of previously unseen colour film of World War II. As almost all newsreel film was shot in black and white, this DVD offers a completely new portrait of the war. Dramatic colour footage from as early as 1933 shows home movies of Adolf Hitler and his cohorts, the devastation wrought by the Blitzkrieg, life on the home front, D-Day and the Allied invasion of France, British bombers defying German fighters, the horror of the Holocaust that troops met as they entered Germany, and the jubilation of the final Allied victory. With John Thaw's narration intercut with spoken accounts from the letters and diaries of those who fought, those who survived, and those the war claimed as victims, this documentary is an extraordinary remembrance of a monumental time in world history.