Not to be confused with the 2003 feature film Warrior Queen, this documentary from Artsmagic gives a factual account -- based on the best surviving evidence -- of the life of the first-century Iceni queen, who came astonishingly close to destroying the Roman presence in Britain. The material is as modern as the subject is ancient, jumping between staged recreations of troop movements and modern shots of the Norfolk locales where, 1940 years ago, the uprising began. As a result, the video quality is excellent and the sound mastering is loud and full. And as a bonus, we get uninterrupted readings of relevant writings by Tacitus et al. The disc has been divided into ten chapters, which is sufficient for the subject, and the bonus material is easily accessible through a simple menu that opens automatically on start-up.