Mayflower 400 UK has been presenting a series of digital programmes in the build-up to the 400-year anniversary of the ship's historic voyage.
My Mayflower tells stories of those forever linked to the ship's legacy and impassioned by the anniversary of its pioneering sailing to America in 1620.
Watch our episodes below to discover hidden secrets and fascinating insights, told by the people who live and breath the stories of the Mayflower.
Meanwhile, our Re-Informed series allows artists and producers to give an insight to their work and how it explores the Mayflower story - without shying away from its challenging history.
Next episode: Virtual Voyages - The House of Christopher Jones
The seaside town of Harwich in Essex plays a hugely important part in the Mayflower story.
For it was here that the ship's captain, Christopher Jones, was born and lived until leading the historic voyage in 1620.
This Saturday, the latest short film in our 'Virtual Voyages' series offers the opportunity to discover more about Jones and step inside his former home.
The property in King’s Head Street has now been converted into a museum as part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations.
Featuring fascinating historical accounts and insights from Andy Schooler, secretary of The Harwich Society, our video steps back in time to explore this wonderful building, thought to have been built around 1550.
The property has since been painstakingly restored by its current owner and even features a plaque outside in tribute to Christopher Jones.
Without Jones, the colonists would likely have never made it to America.
Against all the odds, he sailed the Mayflower through fierce transatlantic storms and guided the passengers and crew across one of the most challenging stretches of water on earth.
Jones was still at the helm when he and his crew once again navigated the treacherous Atlantic and sailed into Rotherhithe on 6 May 1621.
However, his health had been badly affected by the treacherous voyages and he died in March the following year, before being buried at St Mary’s Church.
A statue in the grounds of the church commemorates Jones's role in the Mayflower story. It is represented in the guise of St Christopher, patron saint of travellers, holding a child.
Watch 'Virtual Voyages: The House of Christopher Jones' on our website and on our Facebook page here from 5pm (UK time) on Saturday 24 July.
View videos from our My Mayflower, Virtual Voyages and Re-informed series below.
My Mayflower: Plymouth Brick Project
This short film goes behind the scenes of Plymouth Brick Project, an engaging community public art activity which aims to create a lasting monument in the city for Mayflower 400 and beyond.
In this exclusive video, local artist Dan Petley talks in-depth about the project, in which he and a number of dedicated volunteers are transforming the steps on Glen Park Avenue.
The award-winning Le Navet Bete rounded off their 'Season of Silliness' at Theatre Royal Plymouth this summer with '400: A Comedy' - a fast-paced comedy for all the family which formed part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations.
Watch our short film and discover more about this unique performance - including exclusive interviews with the extremely talented cast and crew.
This short film in our My Mayflower digital series explores the story of Mayflower Reflections, a virtual reality experience that immerses audiences in the story of the momentous journey and explores the contemporary parallels with the early voyagers.
The latest film in our My Mayflower series tells the story of Warwick Charlton, the man behind the remarkable Mayflower II project in 1957 - a monumentous feat of construction, planning and engineering.
My Mayflower: The Man Who Built The Mayflower II tells the real story behind the ship's sailing with fascinating archive footage and an in-depth interview with Warwick's son, Randal - author of The Wicked Pilgrim, a new book that chronicles Warwick's endeavours.
The second in the My Mayflower series follows the story of Rachel Carter and the creation of the Pilgrim Woman.
Rachel's story brings together different cultures on both sides of the Atlantic in a true commemoration of their shared history, while shining a light on the often untold role of women in the Mayflower story through the making of her Pilgrim Woman sculpture.
A talented textile artist from the Pilgrim Roots region, Rachel Carter can trace her ancestors back to the very places in England from where many of the Pilgrims came before they planned their voyage on the Mayflower some four centuries ago.
She ‘recreated’ that very journey aboard a modern cargo vessel to work with local people in Provincetown, meeting a member of the Wampanoag tribe as she learned of their ancient weaving techniques, finding vital inspiration to create - and eventually become - the ’Pilgrim Woman’.
My Mayflower: The Journey of the Mayflower by Stile Antico
This My Mayflower video goes behind the scenes and previews a ground-breaking classical music interpretation of the Mayflower story.
The Journey of the Mayflower is a retelling of the stories connected to the Mayflower's voyage by Stile Antico - one of the finest vocal ensembles, renowned for their vibrant and expressive interpretations of music from the Renaissance – and this preview features an extract from their music-drama film 'The Journey of the Mayflower'.
The Mayflower: 400th Anniversary Special (History Hit Live)
Well-known TV historian Dan Snow presented an online documentary on 16 September, marking exactly 400 years to the day since the Mayflower set sail.
'The Mayflower: 400th Anniversary Special' History Hit Live digital programme reflected the story of the colonists, the impact their arrival had on the Native American people who helped them, and the wider colonial context of this journey.
Dr Kathryn Gray, Associate Professor (Reader) in Early American Literature at the University of Plymouth, and Jo Loosemoore, curator of Mayflower 400: Legend and Legacy for The Box Plymouth, take part in a special Mayflower 400 Q&A
We will delve into many different aspects of the Mayflower story - examining objects and images, maps and books, and ideas and dangers.