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Monday 16 March, 5.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

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No family captured the American imagination like the Kennedys. Their story is a human drama as powerful and painful as any in American history. Robert Kennedy was a complex man, someone comfortable in the world of bare-knuckle politics that inherited his family’s political legacy and then made it his own. It’s been said that Robert Kennedy became connected to the world’s pain after his brother’s death. He became a passionate champion of the poor, the forlorn, and the dispossessed. The RFK Memorial was founded to keep that vision alive, to challenge the comfortable and complacent and help build our next generation of leaders, and tackle the toughest problems facing our society. This documentary looks at the living legacy of Robert F. Kennedy through the work of the RFK Memorial and interviews with individuals who were inspired by his vision for a better society.

Monday 16 March, 5.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

Channel Premiere!

No family captured the American imagination like the Kennedys. Their story is a human drama as powerful and painful as any in American history. Robert Kennedy was a complex man, someone comfortable in the world of bare-knuckle politics that inherited his family’s political legacy and then made it his own. It’s been said that Robert Kennedy became connected to the world’s pain after his brother’s death. He became a passionate champion of the poor, the forlorn, and the dispossessed. The RFK Memorial was founded to keep that vision alive, to challenge the comfortable and complacent and help build our next generation of leaders, and tackle the toughest problems facing our society. This documentary looks at the living legacy of Robert F. Kennedy through the work of the RFK Memorial and interviews with individuals who were inspired by his vision for a better society.

Monday 16 March, 5.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

Channel Premiere!

No family captured the American imagination like the Kennedys. Their story is a human drama as powerful and painful as any in American history. Robert Kennedy was a complex man, someone comfortable in the world of bare-knuckle politics that inherited his family’s political legacy and then made it his own. It’s been said that Robert Kennedy became connected to the world’s pain after his brother’s death. He became a passionate champion of the poor, the forlorn, and the dispossessed. The RFK Memorial was founded to keep that vision alive, to challenge the comfortable and complacent and help build our next generation of leaders, and tackle the toughest problems facing our society. This documentary looks at the living legacy of Robert F. Kennedy through the work of the RFK Memorial and interviews with individuals who were inspired by his vision for a better society.

Monday 16 March, 5.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

Channel Premiere!

No family captured the American imagination like the Kennedys. Their story is a human drama as powerful and painful as any in American history. Robert Kennedy was a complex man, someone comfortable in the world of bare-knuckle politics that inherited his family’s political legacy and then made it his own. It’s been said that Robert Kennedy became connected to the world’s pain after his brother’s death. He became a passionate champion of the poor, the forlorn, and the dispossessed. The RFK Memorial was founded to keep that vision alive, to challenge the comfortable and complacent and help build our next generation of leaders, and tackle the toughest problems facing our society. This documentary looks at the living legacy of Robert F. Kennedy through the work of the RFK Memorial and interviews with individuals who were inspired by his vision for a better society.

Sunday 15 March, 8.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

We travel around the world to give viewers an information-laden and fun tour on the culture, history and science of poop. It will be revealed how poop has been a major player throughout history, how it is crucial to the success of investigative scientists, and how animals use it in diverse and surprising ways. And people will be surprised by the amazing manner in which the modern world puts dung to use.

Sunday 15 March, 8.30pm on HISTORY CHANNEL

We travel around the world to give viewers an information-laden and fun tour on the culture, history and science of poop. It will be revealed how poop has been a major player throughout history, how it is crucial to the success of investigative scientists, and how animals use it in diverse and surprising ways. And people will be surprised by the amazing manner in which the modern world puts dung to use.