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Masters of the Universe

Newsnight presenter Jermey Paxman’s thought-provoking BBC series explores the effects of the British Empire on the modern world.

Watch him travel to Jamaica to find out how pirates and landowners grew rich from the slave trade here, and trace the footsteps of controversial explorers Cecil Rhodes and David Livingstone in Africa hereuntil Monday 2 April.

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