This incredible two part series, which required two years of planning and negotiations, grants presenter Michael Palin and his team unprecedented access to the reclusive country of North Korea.
This jaw dropping but heart-warming series takes us inside the grimiest homes with a team of highly trained specialist cleaners as they tackle domestic dirt like you’ve never seen before.
In this travelogue series, seven famous faces are stripped of their everyday comforts to live as modern day pilgrims as they set out on the famous medieval pilgrimage, the Camino de Santiago.
Openly gay member of the clergy Reverend Jide Macaulay, explores the place of the LGBTIQ+ community within the Christian faith.
This charming film infiltrates the endangered world of bells, beer and beards to discover an unlikely saviour of this ancient masculine tradition in the form of women!
This series immerses the viewer in the world of the Benedictine monks. Peer into this idiosyncratic but incredibly peaceful existence and share the unique experience of living like a monk.
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.
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?
Series 1 of this jaw dropping but heart-warming programme takes us inside the grimiest homes with a team of highly trained specialist cleaners as they tackle domestic dirt like you’ve never seen bef
Stacey Dooley returns to the Philippines with an undercover Special Agent from Homeland Security Investigations what transpires is a complex and chilling film.
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.
This delightful eight-part series travels the lengths of Irelands' stunning waterways, each show exploring inland, coastal and offshore lives across different regions of the country.
We are pleased to announce our new Formats Catalogue featuring some Primetime and ratings winning programming.
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.
In this investigative series, presenter Stacey Dooley travels to Turkey, Russia and Brazil to meet young people who are dangerously trading on their looks and sexuality for a living.
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.
In Oxford, in a doorway to a house, a man lies dead....follow all the twists and turns of this real-life whodunit.
Battling presenters offer house hunters coastal and rural properties for sale.
With unprecedented access, this innovative series deemed the ‘Real-life Inspector Morse’ covers the complexities involved in following a major crime investigation.
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 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.
This critically acclaimed documentary is the chilling story of a missing mother of three and a murder investigation with no body.
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 Series follows property house hunters find their dream home where they can enjoy a little more sunshine. Visiting summer sun destinations Limousin, Torrevieja and Mallorca.
A provocative contemporary political story about the Holocaust, ultra-Nationalism, and two unlikely heroes who take action in the face of insurmountable odds.
This successful long running daytime series uses hidden cameras to expose the lengths people go to, to make money from their insurance policies.
We are pleased to announce our new Performance Catalogue including titles from the English National Opera.
This fun behind the scenes series captures the madness, mistakes and mayhem of Britain’s newest bargain chain store, as they take on the big names of the discount fashion world.
Dr Christian Jessen puts three self-confessed hypochondriacs on the front line of the NHS. Will the exposure cure their health anxiety?
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.
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.
Filmed inside the closed community of the Officer's Training College this documentary explores an intriguingly eccentric British institution.
Addicts’ Symphony: Rhapsody for the Tamed, Is a spectacular one-off performance of the piece composed together with the London Symphony Orchestra