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The world-renowned magician Dynamo is back as you’ve never seen him before - embarking on a transformative journey to explore the depths of mental health and well-being, whilst performing his latest, spectacular magic tricks.
When members of a workforce began falling violently ill, locals believed a virus was sweeping the area, but after the death of two men it became clear that the only impurity was a serial poisoner with a toxic past.
The shocking true story of Stephen Port, a serial killer hiding in plain sight. A tale of false narrative, multiple identities, police failure and a man who was allowed to kill again and again.
Barbie Uncovered is a feature length documentary, exploring the unknown creation story behind one of the world’s most iconic brands today – Barbie.
A feature documentary based on the New York Times bestselling book Monkey on a Stick: Murder, Madness and the Hare Krishnas.
Following a group of extraordinary, brave women searching for their sons, husbands and brothers who have gone missing during Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Their losses lead them to seek answers from the Russian State.
Dogs of War explores the phenomenon of modern mercenaries and illicit arms trafficking through the story of one man who operated at the heart of this covert and dangerous world for over thirty years.
Who was the other Mozart?
The emotional story of the thousands of Ukrainian children kidnapped by the Russian state and the desperate attempts by their families to get them back. This is a story every family can relate to and a journey where the stakes could not be higher.
Rumours, whispers and mob mentality that set the world alight.
Freddie Mercury's story told through the sale of his personal effects at Sotheby’s in London – one of the biggest auctions in the history of the auction house.
A staggering story of secrets and lies, identity and family…One Holocaust survivor. Four false identities. Two fake reunions…
Who was Sir Christopher Lee? Dracula? Yes! 007’s The Man With The Golden Gun? Absolutely! Saruman from Lord of the Rings? Indeed! Count Dooku in Star Wars? Again, yes!
Comparing the microwave to speed, convenience and cost of the air fryer, providing multiple taste testers and tracking their origins from the Second World War.
Smart meters are the new generation of gas and electricity meters which promise to save you time, money and energy. But there are reports of more and more horror stories of inaccurate bills and an invasion of privacy. So do they live up to the government's promise or should we listen to the horror stories?
Alexis Conran finds out if the promised savings of supermarket loyalty cards are real.
Much-loved actress, comedian and writer Mel Giedroyc heads to Dorset on a travel adventure with a twist.
One woman's fight for justice.
Hiroshima. Nagasaki. Mercury, Nevada? The latter was the site for the testing of 928 nuclear weapons from 1951 to 1992.
Plastic Earth follows the story of a concerned mother's quest to find the solutions to the world's plastic problem after seeing a video of the ocean filled with plastic waste.
Examining the rapid rise of controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate.
During the occupation of the Netherlands in WW2, Willem Arondeus, a painter and Frieda Belinfante, a cellist, used their artistic skills to forge identity cards that saved thousands of Jews from the death camps.
In 1984 six Glasgow family members died in an arson attack. Their murders were followed by one of Scotland’s longest trials and a 20 year fight for justice that gripped the nation.
A bold and somewhat controversial analysis of the life and works of JMW Turner, Britain’s greatest ever artist.
How far would you go to defend the idea of an open press? This documentary is the extraordinary story of a man who risks everything, to preserve freedom of speech in Russia.
On the 15 July 1992 a young mother called Rachel Nickell was murdered on Wimbledon Common as her three year old son Alex looked on. Her death would lead to one of the most notorious miscarriages of justice in British criminal history.