10 Questions

What drives radical protest movements?

Lots of news tonight on tv. On NPO 2 and BBC 2, the lovers find new British politieseries, while Canvas is a docu-series begins on the left and on the right-wing radical protest movements.

1. DANNY DEMONSTRATES

Canvas 20.30

The Dutch journalist Danny Ghosen foams in four episodes left-wing and right-wing radical protest movements and to measure the motivation of their members. He will also participate in their protest marches. In the first episode, we meet Ghosen, the young British Jayda Fransen. She is a convinced member of the far-right anti-islambeweging Britain First, which they, in 2016, also as leader.

2. COLLATERAL

BBC 2 22: 00

New four-part British politiereeks, that themes such as racism and the vluchtelingenkwestie is not afraid. Also promising: the leading role for Carey Mulligan, who you Friday, still at work could see as the little sister of sex addict Michael Fassbender in Shame.

3. TRUST ME

NPO 2 22.55 hours

A new four-part British politiereeks, that themes such as the failing British healthcare is not afraid. Also promising: the main role is for Jodie Whittaker, who was recently the first female ‘Doctor Who’ was.

4. BARTEL IN THE WILD

Four 20.35 hours

This program is not on the same level, and Bartel Van Riet is not our favourite gardener, but from this episode we do expect what: Astrid Coppens and Willie Gibberish (The Youth of Today), that should be sparks in the Moroccan desert.

5. JULIUS CAESAR REVEALED

BBC 1 22 hours

The English historian and Rome expert Mary Beard says in this documentary on her own, catchy way the life story of Gaius Julius Caesar, the meesterstrateeg that the Roman world was changed forever. Caesar shook not only the ancient Roman politics, even now sounding his legacy in our lives.

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