Jamestown: Cannibalism at Jamestown? On May 1, 2013, forensic evidence confirmed what survivors had reported: Colonists at Jamestown resorted to cannibalism during the winter of 1609-1610, known as the Starving Time. But the colony of Jamestown was troubled from the start.
There's also the Shipwreck that Saved Jamestown. When a relief mission left Plymouth in 1609 to assist the troubled colony of Jamestown, an intense storm separated one vessel from the rest of the fleet. Learn how this shipwreck may have saved Jamestown -- and inspired Shakespeare -- in this podcast.
National Geographic also looked into this. Those with Netflix could watch a cool docu-drama on this, entitled National Geographic: The New World-Nightmare at Jamestown. It's available instant (and I'm not sure if this link will bring you there, but it's there if you want it). For those of you looking for something more entertaining, you could watch poor historical accounts like The New World, or even Pocahontas and Pocahontas II (the cartoons are available instantly for subscribers, but you won't learn anything from any of these films).
How about the relationships between Native Americans and English settlers? Time for some CrashCourse!