This one off special tells the story of Meghan’s rocky entry into the royal family and reveals the truth behind the rumours of a reported rift with Kate.
With unprecedented access, this incredible natural history series with a budget of over €3 million spans over 20 regions including St. Petersburg, Kazan and Vladivostokmost.
This insightful half hour reveals that over 35,000 parents are now turning to baby banks to provide their young children with basics like nappies, clothes, food and prams.
Could dyslexia be a gift or a curse? Filmmaker Richard Macer goes on on a road trip with his dyslexic son Arthur to find the answers.
Filmed over a year, we follow 3 brave couples who want to share their experiences of stillbirth in the hope of breaking the taboo surrounding the subject.
Following Japanese journalist, Shiori Ito, who alleges she was raped by a well-known TV journalist, after the two met for a work dinner in 2015. Mr Noriyuki Yamaguchi strenuously denies the claims.
A sensitive observational film following 3 teenagers as they navigate their way through the most defining part of life without a home, part presented by Stacey Dooley MBE.
Investigating the shocking exploitation of kids as young as 8 years old, being used by criminal gangs as mules to transport drugs.
When a temperamental chef walks out; leaving a restaurant in the lurch, 'Emergency Chefs' from a relief agency step in to master unfamiliar kitchens, as well as satisfy demanding owners and customers!
A dramatic story investigating one of the biggest unsolved terrorism cases in British History.
This explosive film adds another dimension to our understanding of the disgraced Hollywood producer, with employees coming forward to speak for the first time.
Matt Frei examines former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal's past - and the murky world of espionage, politics and crime - to find potential motives for his poisoning.
Caught between anti-gypsy hostility, demands of child protection services, and growing up in struggling families, Stacey explores if there’s any hope for Hungary’s Roma gypsy kids in care.
A violent unprovoked attack leads to the death of 64 year old Hang Yin Leung and lack of forensics leave police searching for the tiniest clue to catch the killers.
Investigating a suburban shooting; follow the twists and turns in this tragic death of a teenager recently groomed into the world of drugs and guns.
There are some people who never seem to worry about what they eat, never diet or do any special exercise, and yet somehow manage to stay slim. Who are these people and how do they do it?
What goes on inside a drug and alcohol rehab? This powerful, feature-length documentary goes behind closed doors to see how people try to beat their addictions and start rebuilding their lives.
While it may well be universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is one of the great English writers; Giles Coren hates Jane Austen. Can novelists, experts and super-fans convince him he’s wrong?
2017 marked 50 years after the decriminalisation of homosexuality, but this insightful documentary reveals it’s still really hard to be gay, as we follow two teenagers coming out to their parents.
Exploring the relationship between owners and their extraordinary pets. Including a Russian family with a 7ft brown bear, an Australian lady with a deadly crocodile and a couple with a one-ton buffalo
Many Muslim women are unaware that their marriages aren't legally recognised in Britain. This documentary meets women whose nuptials don't afford them the same rights and protections as other couples
This adorable programme meets the dedicated staff and their patients at the hedgehog rescue centre founded by Queen's Brian May.
This unique documentary follows Billy over 7 years as he deals with how his homosexuality is accepted by family and peers, from child through to teenager.
Stacey Dooley returns to the Philippines with an undercover Special Agent from Homeland Security Investigations what transpires is a complex and chilling film.
Following child refugees from Syria, Sudan and Somalia during the first 6 months of their new life in the UK as they struggle to get asylum.
Saying Goodbye presents powerful testimonies from children who have experienced the death of a parent, and some who are preparing for this possibility.
An epic story of the ups and downs of the Raleigh Cycle Company once the biggest bicycle manufacturer in the world.
With rarely seen footage this original, heart-warming and in places very quirky film explores the "Real Princess of Wales" and how she touched the hearts of millions of ordinary people.
A heartfelt documentary examining what happens when international borders come into conflict. Following the lives of four families united by their desperate struggle to live together.
Recorded live at the London Coliseum, this has become, for many, the definitive production of this much-loved Gilbert and Sullivan comic opera.
Faith healing is an international industry, Australian Faith Healer John Mellor claims he can perform miracles through Jesus to heal people of their disabilities and Illnesses.
Using Fixed Rig Cameras, this fun, insightful and sometimes nerve wracking programme follows the wonderful characters taking one of the hardest exams in the world.
Three British teenagers swap their teachers and parents for school life in South Korea, a country with one of the top education systems in the world, but also one of the toughest.
The story of one school's groundbreaking battle to save problem pupils from society's scrap heap and increase exam success.
This sensitive film offers insight into the lives of those often lost in the system, revealing how prisoners' children are likely to suffer from poor mental health, or go on to offend themselves.
Motivated by the £4 million estate he stood to gain from her death, Ian Stewart murdered his fiancé Helen Bailey, renowned writer of children’s books. Sadly there wasn’t to be a fairy-tale endin
An acclaimed 5-star production from renowned film maker and director Mike Leigh. Featuring sentimental pirates, blundering policeman, and improbable paradoxes.
Michelle and Barack Obama; the biggest couple in politics. But how did they create such a flawless public image? This documentary aims to uncover the secrets of love in power.
Calixto Bieito's acclaimed production features sensational mezzo-soprano Justina Gringyte alongside the internationally acclaimed tenor Eric Cutler as Jose.
An irreverent documentary about the power of music, community and commitment.
Is clean eating the lifestyle change we all need, or is this another fad diet in disguise - a fad with potentially dangerous consequences?
Musicians blighted by addiction are brought together and put through their toughest challenge, to perform again.
This sensitive and optimistic Grierson Award Winning film witnesses first-hand how science is being harnessed in the ever more successful fight against cancer.
This insightful documentary visits Ghana and uncovers the horrifying reality of many disabled people living there – chained up at prayer camps, exiled from villages for being cursed, and even killed
David Alden's award-winning production paints a vivid picture of a small community's descent into mob mentality in the face of a tragedy.
With a superb cast including Andrew Shore, Kathryn Rudge and rising baritone Morgan Pearse, Rossini’s opera will have you smiling from the moment it begins.
Monty Python legen Terry Gilliam unleashes his inexhaustible imagination on Berlioz's dazzling opera Benvenuto Cellini.
La Traviata tells the moving story of the beautiful but fragile courtesan Violetta.
Dr Christian Jessen (Embarrassing Bodies) explores a health industry that’s dedicated to keeping only the very richest fit and healthy.
We meet the people who are crazy about Christmas and when it comes to buying presents, how much is too much?
This film highlights the destructive impact that homelessness and eviction has on young lives and how their future chances in life all suffer.
A provocative contemporary political story about the Holocaust, ultra-Nationalism, and two unlikely heroes who take action in the face of insurmountable odds.
With breath taking close up aerial footage this spectacular film unravels the mysteries of bird flight and with the help of science looks to understand why birds navigate the hardships of migration.
This spectacular film takes you on a journey of a special kind - discovering Germany from a birds-eye-view. Lavishly produced aerial footage invites the audience to see Germany like never before.
Unlikely Friends documents victims of brutal crimes who, through forgiveness, unexpectedly become friends with their perpetrators.
This quirky film meets with victims of identity fraud and catfishing, the police, cyber-criminals and people who are Online and Lying in different and interesting ways.
A one hour charting the case of William Melchert-Dinkel, who trawled Internet chat rooms encouraging vulnerable young people to commit suicide
In a bid to show how exercise is key to helping prevent dementia, endurance athlete Richard Parks attempts to summit Mount Everest…without supplementary oxygen.
Dr Christian Jessen puts three self-confessed hypochondriacs on the front line of the NHS. Will the exposure cure their health anxiety?
Champneys, one of the country’s oldest luxurious health spas, is put under the microscope. Behind the tranquillity of the treatment rooms, knives are being sharpened.
In this revealing, one-off documentary we follow three ‘Silent Addicts’, people who have become seriously addicted to over the counter medication.
We eavesdrop on candid, shocking and funny conversations that take place in the hairdresser’s chair. No subject is off limits!
A behind the scenes portrayal of top athletes and engineering excellence.
This touching film follows the stories of refugee orphans across Europe, giving a voice to the children and hearing their disturbing stories of suffering and survival.
With billions of dollars on the line this insightful and often tense documentary charts the journey of three young entrepreneurs seeking fame and fortune in San Francisco’s technology gold rush.
This insightful, humorous and quietly powerful documentary explores the lives of ex-military as they adjust to the civilian world.
The film follows unsung child heroes as they navigate the formative moments of their life alongside the emotional strain and anxiety of caring.
PROJECT MANTA reveals the extraordinary life of one of the largest and smartest marine animals – the manta ray.
Positive Youth takes an emotional journey with four young people and the challenges they face living with HIV
Using restored and unseen footage this enchanting piece documents the origins of the Dying Swan and the life of Dame Ninette de Valois one of ballets most influential figures.
Monitor lizards outlived the dinosaurs – these living dragons are the world’s largest and most powerful lizards – and they’re surprisingly smart.
A striking and sensitive documentary that follows three very different teenage boys growing up and struggling to survive on benefits.
Filmed inside the closed community of the Officer's Training College this documentary explores an intriguingly eccentric British institution.
A striking and sensitive documentary that follows three very different teenage girls growing up and struggling to survive on benefits.
CUTTLEFISH – The Brainy Bunch reveals the spectacular pyrotechnics of these alien creatures, and discovers what goes on between their eyes and what can they teach us about our own brainpower.
They are big and hairy and very scary: Tarantulas. This hair-raising journey discovers the secret lives of these giant spiders and explores their rising popularity in pet and food markets worldwide.
Polynesian sea gods, a mysterious sea snake and a young scientist risking his life to collect its deadly venom - the intriguing discovery of a unique creature never filmed before.
Reconstructing the tragic soccer game between forced Ukrainian labourers and the German Air Force. This is a story about courage and power, about red jerseys and the fatal consequences of a 5-3 victor