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The surreal and surprising, singing game show that’s taken the planet by storm!
Taking audiences inside a crime like never before.
Andrew Ucles refuses to believe every corner of the earth has been explored... because no-one explores quite like him.
Martin Scorsese tells the story of a long-forgotten event that forever changed the cultural landscape of New York.
Australia's most infamous serial killer.
India is known for many things, yet few know that it has a serious canine obsession.
This darkly humorous adaptation sees a conflicted family forced to confront their despair.
Five years in the making, In the Shadow of 9/11 examines the moral panic that emerged from 9/11 as well as the FBI's subsequent search to uncover the “enemy within”.
“There were three of us in this marriage, so it was a bit crowded".
Investigating cases of the most common form of murder - when a married person kills a partner.
A celebration of the global musical legacy of Ronnie Scott and his famous jazz club.
796 children buried in a septic tank in Ireland. Thousands of babies trafficked to the USA. What really happened to the children whose mothers had to give them up to Irish nuns?
An astonishing collection of recipes brought to life by one of the world’s most revered chefs.
Recounting the tragic White Island volcanic eruption and interrogating whether the disaster was avoidable.
A supernatural mystery which delves into an indigenous mythology rarely, if ever, seen before on television.
Exposing the myriad rumours, theories and disputed historical accounts of Adolf Hitler’s sexual psychology.
Told through the lens of the bumbling generals and paranoid Fuhrer who had hit the big time by tragic accident.
His murder brought a community to its feet and a city to its knees.
The Colin Sutton casebooks.
Their music and iconic roles have entranced millions around the globe, but their complex, controversial and extraordinary lives have frequently baffled and surprised fans and commentators alike.
"You don't get asked to assassinate Pablo Escobar unless you've got the right experience." Peter McAleese
A show about how each and every one of us is in transition. Sort of.
The story of Suge Knight, the former CEO of legendary rap music label Death Row Records, recently sentenced to 28 years imprisonment for manslaughter.
Survival against the odds, in some of the most extreme environments on the planet.
Unpacking the stories of a series of WWII battles connected by the men who fought them.
The critically acclaimed and hugely popular BBC One drama.