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In this eye-opening film, Presenter Seyi Rhodes sets out to discover the links between vaccine hesitancy and a toxic history of racially charged experiments that contributed to a mistrust of medical science.
Two remarkable hospitals and their dedicated teams of doctors and nurses face the daily challenge of treating sick children from every corner of the vast wilderness state of Western Australia.
Two serial killers operating separately from each other terrorise Baton Rouge and its surrounding area over the span of a decade.
Off Country follows the lives of seven Indigenous students as they leave home to spend a year boarding at one of the oldest and most elite boarding schools in the country,
Geelong Grammar School.
A German object conservator in Connemara, and Ernest Shackleton fanatic, is given the
once in a lifetime privilege of preserving the cabin where his hero met his untimely end.
The Frontier will explore the legends, events and folklore of the American frontier which have embedded themselves into our culture so much so that the Old West, especially the Western genre of films, has become one of the defining periods of American national identity.
In this graphic, ground breaking two-part TV series, Professor Alice Roberts investigates the cause of death of two of Britain’s most famous monarchs, King Charles II and Queen Elizabeth I.
No premier-league or international heroics. Rejected as too big to play football, Adebayo ‘The Beast’ Akinfenwa enjoyed a twenty-year career in the professional game.
Debi Marshall, Walkley award-winning investigative journalist and crime writer, is seeking resolution for the families of the Family Court victims: a series of shootings and bombings that killed 4 people and critically injured dozens.
Katharine ‘Kate’ Hepburn is definitive and distinctive, a force of nature, a once-in-a generation talent, whose progressive and free-spirited nature defines her roles, an actress who wins more Academy Awards than any other.
Comin' Up Short is the true story of Shorty, a member of “Da Lench Mob," one of the most controversial platinum and gold rap recording groups of all time led by Ice Cube.
The true crime drama, which examines the investigation of school assistant Maxine Carr and her caretaker fiancé Ian Huntley for their involvement in the Soham murders.
This unique one-hour documentary utilises rare archive footage about Elon Musk, the on/off richest man in the world.
Filmmaker Barri Cohen leads part detective story, part social history in Unloved: Huronia’s Forgotten Children as she uncovers the truth about Alfie and Louis, her two long-dead half-brothers.
The investigation into the John Wayne Glover murders – ‘The Granny Killer’.
Geoff Hurst’s life is about so much more than scoring the only hat trick in a World Cup Final.
30 Greatest Moments: Adele celebrates Adele’s triumphant return to the spotlight by counting down the megastar’s top 30 moments since she first burst onto the scene and captured our hearts in 2008.
An exclusive view of one of the most iconic World Cup tournaments on its 20th anniversary.
It's about our future, not the past.
In 1895, in cell 3, on floor 3, in Reading Gaol, we find Prisoner C33.
A visual feast that will surprise, enchant and dazzle the senses.
A feature-length documentary about the legendary French volcanologists, Maurice and Katia Krafft. A film by Werner Herzog.
In this new four-part adventure history series, where presenter and journalist, Ross Kemp, fulfils a life-long dream to dive down on shipwrecks to uncover hidden stories and recover treasure.
Tells the story of a once famous actor, poet, lover and singer, whose prodigious career was overshadowed by a reputation for drinking and riotous behaviour, earning him the epithet ‘hell raiser’.
Science is powerful, but there is much it can’t explain.
A trio of whistleblowers, share their motivations, experiences and fallout of their own cases.