The Last Dance canít be beaten, even if youíre not really into the NBA.
Iíd second that .. No interest in NBA, but one of my most favourite sports documentaries of all time
If you like adventure racing ..the ďeco-challenge- worlds toughest raceĒ on Amazon prime is fun and gripping to watch ..following international competitors go through what can only be described as incredible challenges and endurance
ē Hitsville: The Making Of Mowtown - best documentary Iíve seen on Mowtown by a distance (Sky Arts)
ē Rock N Roll Island: Where Legends Were Born - a small island in London that was the place to be where all the big 60s bands played before they were big (BBC IPlayer)
ē World War 2 In Colour - Netflix
ē Jim & Andy - Jim Carey method acting and staying in character playing the eccentric Andy Kauffman in Man On The Moon (Netflix)
ē Room 237 - documentary on The Shining looking at all Kubrickís Easter eggs and theories like how itís an admission he faked the moon landings etc. Iím no conspiracy theorist but quite enjoy the more plausible theories people can make without necessarily believing them.
Last edited by The Modfather; 07-01-2021 at 08:56 AM.
I have resolved to watch more documentaries during lockdown, so I'm looking for some recommendations.
Watched the Console Wars (Nintendo v Sega) and Apollo 11 on Sky Documentaries over the last couple of days.
Matty, if you haven't done so already, I'd recommend you check out the bbc iplayer, also ITV and ch4 iplayers too.
They all have whole sections full of documentaries, and if like me you're up during the night, they're perfect for watching then as they usually have subtitles available.