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COACH ZORAN AND HIS AFRICAN TIGERS (2013)
In July 2011 South Sudan achieved independence. This film follows its first ever national football team and their maverick Serbian coach Zoran, as he seeks to transform his squad of ex-refugees into a team of world beaters.

 
 

SPEECHES THAT SHOOK THE WORLD (2013)
From speeches that moved listeners to those that provoked radical change, poet Simon Armitage dissects what makes a perfect speech.

 

BOUNCERS (2013)
This series is an intimate and explosive portrait of Britain by night, seen through the eyes of the people best positioned to witness it first hand - door staff.
 
 

THE RAILWAY: KEEPING BRITAIN ON TRACK (2013)
Britain has one of the busiest railways in the world, every year it carries over a billion passengers. This six part series goes behind the scenes of one of Britain’s biggest institutions.

 
 
 
 
 
 

THE WEDDING SHOP (2013)
Confetti and Lace is one of Yorkshire's busiest wedding shops. This film follows the moving, funny and personal stories of the women who buy their dresses from Abi, Marg and Jane.

 
  PARKING MAD (2013)
This entertaining documentary tells the stories of the TPT and of the men and women who have decided to take on their local Councils and fight against their parking tickets.
 
  WELCOME TO THE WORLD (2012)
This film highlights the impact poverty has on childbirth in countries across the world including Sierra Leone, Cambodia, USA and the UK.
 
  CORFU: A TALE OF TWO ISLANDS (2012)
The series tells the stories of Brits living, working and holidaying on the island of Corfu. 
 
 
 
 
 
  IN THE SHADOW OF THE SUN (2012)
This film follows the lives of a remote island community living with albinism. Too white to be black and so often rejected at birth, they long for social acceptance.
 
  THE SECRET HISTORY OF OUR STREETS (2012)
This series charts the intriguing life of a single London street and reveals the dramatic social changes that have fashioned the society we live in now.
 
  LIFERS (2012)
The documentary examines the psychological impact of killing, following prisoners as they try to come to terms with what they’ve done, with varying degrees of remorse and contrition.
 
 

BAD WEATHER (2012)
A film about a community of sex workers living in a legal brothel on Banishanta Island in Bangladesh.

 
 
 
 
 
 

POMS IN PARADISE SERIES 2 (2012)
A series following the lives of Brits who have settled in Sydney.

 

 
 

KIDS IN THE MIDDLE (2012)
This intimate film explores the lengths to which dads will go to see their kids, the impact of this situation on the children, and the motivations and anxieties that have led mums ands dads to use child contact centres.

 

DEAF TEENS: HEARING WORLD (2012)
An insightful documentary about five deaf teenagers as they take their first steps in to the hearing world.
 
 

BURGLAR IN THE HOUSE (2012)
With exclusive access to Nottinghamshire Police Burglary and Intelligence Teams this film reveals an innovative approach to policing Britain’s burglary capital.

 
 
 
 
 
 

CONFESSIONS OF AN UNDERCOVER COP (2011)
The film weaves together the dramtic story of Britain's longest serving under cover cop as he tries to face up to his actions over the last decade.

 
  MUGGED (2011)
A fresh look at the most common street crime in Britain.
 
  THE LIFE & LOSS OF KAREN WOO (2011)
The story of Dr Karen Woo and her remarkable life and tragic death. 
 
  POMS IN PARADISE (2011)
Following the lives of Brits who have settled on the Gold Coast of Australia.
 
 
 
 
 
 

THE VIKING SAGAS (2011)
Dr Ramirez travels across across glaciers and through lava fields to find out about the Laxdaela Saga.

 
  CLIMATE OF CHANGE (2010)
Feature length documentary focusing on everyday people making a difference in the fight against global warming.
 
  SCAMS, CLAIMS & COMPENSATION GAMES (2010)
A Cutting Edge film entering the multi-billion pound world of Britain's personal injury industry following real-life cases as they unfold.
 
  CANNABIS: BRITAIN'S SECRET FARMS (2010)
Rickie Haywood-Williams journeys across the UK to discover the true impact of Britain's skunk smoking habit.
 
 
 
 
 
  THE BIGAMIST BRIDE: MY FIVE HUSBANDS (2009)
The shocking story of Emily Horne, who married five times before she was thirty but never bothered to get a divorce.
 
 

THE BUILDING INSPECTOR IS COMING (2009)
The everyday life of Birmingham's intrepid builiding inspectors as they work to enforce the country's strict regulations and police the city's dodgy builders.

 
  WOULD YOU SAVE A STRANGER? (2009)
This film examines the events leading up to unprovoked violent attacks as bystanders describe what happened.
 
 

MILLION DOLLAR TRADERS (2009)
Eight ordinary people are given a million dollars, a fortnight of intensive training and two months to run their own hedge fund. Will they make a killing – or will the pressure kill them first?

 
 
 
 
 
 

OUTBACK ART: THE GOLD RUSH (2008)
Presented by Ekow Eshun, the film looks at the part that indigenous art plays in today’s contemporary art market and asks what the future holds for this great art movement.

 
  ABORTION: THE CHOICE (2008)
Whether or not to have an abortion is often the biggest decision a woman will ever make. This landmark documentary presents an uncompromising, timely and honest look at modern abortion.
 
 

LAST ORDERS (2008)
Last Orders tells the story of the embattled Wibsey Workingmens Club in the city of Bradford.

 
  SCAMS, FIDDLES & HONEST CLAIMS (2008)
This film examinses the secret world of the insurance investigator with unprecedented access to the fraud team at Britain's biggest insurance company, Norwich Union.
 
 
 

 
  OUR BIG FAIR TRADE ADVENTURE (2008)
Three teenage students embark on a road trip through the cotton fields and factories of India. Their goal: to source ethical, fair trade school shirts that are stylish enough to be sold to their classmates.
 
  PRAMFACE BABIES (2008)
A thought-provoking and often intensely moving portrait of young mums with no shortage of scouse humour as they give birth to unplanned babies at Liverpool Women's Hospital.
 
  RUNAWAY (2007)
Fifteen-year-old Laura has run away from home more than one hundred and fifty times in the last two years. We watch as Laura's family and the staff at the children's home try to work out what she is running away from - or running away to.
 
  MR & MRS BIN LADEN (2007)
A one off documentary examining the unlikely union between a 51-year-old, five-times married grandmother from Cheshire and the 26-year-old son of the world's most wanted terrorist.
 
 
 

 
  THE NOT DEAD (2007)
Through intimate interviews and archive material, we learn how three soldiers have their minds altered for ever by war. Each man tells part of his story through war poetry written by Simon Armitage and based on their experiences.
 
  THE OLDEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD (2007)
Filmmaker Daisy Asquith asks some of the oldest people in the world the question everyone wants answered - what is the secret to long life? And would they recommend living to such a remarkable age?
 
  WOMEN'S INSTITUTE (2007)
A major 3 part series inside one of Britain's greatest institutions. The films tell the stories and reveal the lives of a formidable group of women who are holding communities together across the UK.
 
 
  GOD'S WAITING ROOM (2007)
Taslim Funerals is one of two commercial operators countrywide takingon the mammoth job of catering for Islam's dead.
 
 
 
 
 
  LOOKING FOR ENGLAND (2007)
What does it mean to be English, or British? Diverse people - members of the Society of St George, immigrants, farmers, a London cabby and a group of coconut dancers – answer the question while the World Cup and the war in Iraq go on through the summer of 2006.
 
  FOR THE LOVE OF LOOS (2007)
Richard Chisnell is the founder of the British Toilet Association. He and his team of inspectors travel the country every year inspecting toilets that have been entered into the Loo of the Year Awards. They also meet the people who provide and manage them - hoteliers, attendants, cleaners...and a duchess!
 
  HYPOCHONDRIACS: I TOLD YOU I WAS ILL (2007)
Hypochondria in its extreme form is an illness in itself. Doctors call it Health Anxiety Disorder. Can it be cured? To find out, a group of sufferers visit a remote country retreat and undergo an intense course of therapy with the Maudsley Hospital's resident therapist, Dr Florian Ruths.
 
  WHATEVER HAPPENED TO GARETH GATES? (2006)
An intimate and revealing documentary about Gareth Gates, speaking now with his famous stammer in check, he talks for the first time about his life, his affair with Jordan, about where his rollercoaster career went wrong - and his new music. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  DAVID BECKHAM:
A FOOTBALLER'S STORY (2006)
An insight into the life and times of David Beckham, one of the most famous men on the planet, filmed with his full co-operation in the weeks leading up to the World Cup in 2006.
 
  TIGHTWADS (2006)
"Tightwads" is a tragi-comic film about people's relationship with money - in particular, those who find it very hard to part with it.
 
  MAKE ME NORMAL (2005)
Four students at Spa School in London take us on a moving journey into their world, to show us what it is like to grow up with autism.
 
  SONGBIRDS (2005)
In this documentary musical set in Downview Prison, women sing songs (from country ballads to rap) about their lives and the crimes that led to their imprisonment.
 
 
 
 
  TAXIDERMY: STUFF THE WORLD (2005)
This film follows the fate of a handful of contributors as they prepare for, and compete at, the World Taxidermy Championships 2005 in Illinois, USA.
 
  SLAUGHTERHOUSE THE TASK OF BLOOD (2005)
Filmed in a small, family-run abattoir in Oldham, Greater Manchester that is struggling to survive, this film shows us where our meat comes from and gives a voice to the men with the sharp knives.
 
  THE SPY WHO CONNED ME (2005)
Robert Hendy Freegard posed for years as an MI5 secret agent, drawing friends and lovers into an imaginary spy world while he conned them out of at least £650,000.
 
  QUITTERS (2005)
Phoenix House offers addicts the chance to change their lives through a six-month residential programme. Some arrive voluntarily, others have been sent by the courts.
 
 
 
 
 
 
  MY CRAZY PARENTS (2004)
What is it like to have your parent overdose or repeatedly self harm? We follow three families, who have a mum or dad with a long history of mental health problems.
 
  MAKE ME HONEST (2004)
Five criminals. Five law-abiding citizens. Six months to go straight. Five ordinary members of the public volunteered to help criminals go straight by acting as their mentors.
 
  RUDEGIRLS (2004)
Fourteen-year old Sherry and her friend Rachel are enjoying one of their favourite leisure activities: harassing the local Hasidic Jewish population.
 
  PORNOGRAPHY THE MUSICAL (2003)
A sideways peep at the British porn industry
and the women who work in it.
 
 
 
 
 
  CARE HOUSE (2003)
Care House follows six months in the life of
The Cusick’s care home in York. The kind of people who live here are overlooked or feared by society.
They’re the people who get called ‘nutters’ or ‘mental’. But no one here is mad.
 
  FELTHAM SINGS (2002)
Feltham Sings shows a group of young
offenders in a new light. Traditionally, when a prisoner ‘sings’, it means betrayal. The
prisoners of Feltham told us their dreams and their pain in song
 
  A DAD FOR AINA (2002)
Aina Westlye is the ultimate contemporary
urban teenager. Cool, sassy and incredibly
confident, Aina has never met her dad.
Is she missing out by not having a dad?
 
  IT'S A COW'S LIFE (2002)
Meet Lulu, a Limousin Holstein cross calf.
She’s born on a farm in Cumbria where farmers find it tough to make ends meet.
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 
  NOBODY SOMEDAY (2002)
A popstar disenchanted with popstardom, Robbie Williams wonders if he should continue his career. He hates the gossip, hates the attention, hates fame. He even hates his songs.
 
  THE FATTEST MEN IN BRITAIN (2001)
Two men lay claim to the title of Britain’s fattest man. This film is about their strange parallel stories.
 
  KILLING TIME (2000)
Killing Time is the feature-length film of Simon Armitage’s 1000-line millennium poem of the same name, broadcast on New Year's Day, 2000.
 
  24 HOURS (2000)
24 hours in London.
24 one-minute films, each corresponding to an hour in the day. 24 glimpses of Londonís many lifestyles.
 
 
 
 
  THE FACEMAKERS (2000)
The Facemakers documents the remarkable changes that occurred in the lives of three children as a result of Operation Smile's visit to Davao City in the Philippines in 1999.
 
  BURGLARS (1999)
Exploring the crime and social effects of theft, Burglars focuses on Norman and John, two ageing burglars who talk at length about their prolific pilfering careers
 
  SHOT (1999)
What is it really like to shoot someone, or to experience being shot? What are the emotions, the justifications, the psychologies behind gun culture?
 
  MEN AT FIFTY (1998)
On November 14, 1948, 900 baby boys were born in Britain. One of these boys was Prince Charles, but what about the others? This film explores the lives of a group of men born on the same day as Prince Charles as they approach their fiftieth year
 
 
 
 
 
  DRINKING FOR ENGLAND (1998)
Where most documentaries on alcohol intake adopt a moralistic tone, Drinking for England sets out to explore the celebratory aspects of the nation’s number one drug in lyrical fashion.
 
  SATURDAY NIGHT (1996)
It’s Saturday night in Leeds – time to escape the workaday week. Ian’s an ex-con with a fistful of Es. Jackie’s a hostess with a dinner party to feed. Lola’s a drag queen out for the night. Mike’s a singing millionaire in trousers too tight.