Three articulate and engaging kids tell their own stories and wryly observe the impact poverty and homelessness is having on their families, including their parents’ mental health.
With extraordinary access, this film follows the children trapped in the dangerous world of drug running; exploring how they got into it and why they can’t get out.
This warm, life-affirming and uplifting series is a celebration of the little heroes who come through the hospital doors of the iconic Great Ormond Street Hospital.
Stacey Dooley creates fake social media profiles and goes undercover to reveal the nascent world of Britain's digital drug dealers.
With kids to feed and bills to pay, they’ve got to maintain relationships, work out what to tell the kids and support their men on the inside. So who would be a Prisoner’s Wife?
In this remarkable film, BAFTA award winning Director Anna Hall goes into unchartered territory, finding and talking with children who have witnessed domestic abuse.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The film follows unsung child heroes as they navigate the formative moments of their life alongside the emotional strain and anxiety of caring.