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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.
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’.
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.
Geoff Hurst’s life is about so much more than scoring the only hat trick in a World Cup Final.
Adele’s 30 Greatest Moments (w/t) will celebrate 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.
A coming-of-age story, Sort Of exposes the labels we once poured ourselves into as no longer applicable... to anyone.
It's about our future, not the past.
In 1895, in cell 3, on floor 3, in Reading Gaol, we find Prisoner C33.
This unique one-hour documentary utilises rare archive footage about Elon Musk, the on/off richest man in the world.
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.
In one remarkable sixty-year period, unforgettable children’s literature was created in Britain. Wonderland is a four-part feature documentary series which combines biography, literary extracts, and quotation, together with extracts from the many films made of the work of these wonderful authors.
When he died just weeks before his 100th birthday, the country celebrated Prince Philip's devotion to duty and to the Queen as friends and family paid tribute to his many accomplishments.
Could Hitler Have Been Stopped? The Politics of Appeasement is a strikingly topical new two part documentary on the Second World War, featuring seven of the world’s leading historians.
Peckham’s Finest is an authentic tv show about a community of twenty-somethings and their families, friends and loved ones from the Southeast London area of Peckham.
An explosive story about the civil rights movement on the railroads that crossed America - from the award winning producers of Sort of .
A feature-length documentary about the extraordinary life of Joan Collins.
The most unforgettable assignment of his career, former DI Charles Henry revisits the case of Malcolm Webster, a calculating, pathological liar, arsonist, thief and heartless killer.
Tells the incredible story of how one of the most iconic aircraft in history was created.
On-stage they are world-famous, flamboyant showmen that have defined generations, inspired millions and created the soundtracks to our lives.
An exclusive view of one of the most iconic World Cup tournaments on its 20th anniversary.
On 1st June, 1967 The Beatles released their ground-breaking studio album, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Described by Rolling Stone magazine as “The most important rock & roll album ever made…”, it left an indelible mark on the 60s and went on to become one of the biggest selling records of all time.