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Emma Samuel loved her husband but never really knew who he was, until now.
A bold and somewhat controversial analysis of the life and works of JMW Turner, Britain’s greatest ever artist.
28 lost adventurers must fight for their lives after their only lifeline is destroyed in the most uninhabitable place on Earth – Antarctica.
In 1963 in the countryside in England, fifteen men pulled off 'The Great Train Robbery' netting today's equivalent of $85million.
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.
Europe's largest drug cartel. A bloody and murderous feud. The trans-national effort to dismantle their empire and the dynastic ambitions for legitimacy.
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’.
Feature length documentary charting the rise of racing driver Nigel Mansell, the Williams F1 racing team and how they came together to fight for the World Formula 1 Drivers Championship.
Working in the sex work industry in the UK carries the greatest risk of violence and homicide for women. But for this marginalised population, many of the murders remain unsolved.
We Need to Talk about Kanye (w/t) explores the rollercoaster life and career of Kanye West AKA Ye.
Patrick Mackay is the longest serving prisoner in the UK but despite this he remains an enigma to many, with some experts describing Mackay as “Britain’s forgotten serial killer”.
Reframing the narrative of the awful events that occurred 15 years ago, on the evening of Thursday 1st November 2007.
The virus that could save the world.
With each passing day the Simple Minds story becomes as much about longevity as it does all else - including even the hundreds of songs written and thousands of performances taken place over the last forty five years.
The Home Front is a fascinating journey of discovery into the world of our modern veterans.
Examining the rapid rise of controversial social media influencer Andrew Tate.
The world’s top conflict photographers reflect on careers spent on the front lines, and the physical and psychological scars they live with now.
In 1971 12 young men were subjected to a secret British torture programme in Northern Ireland. They’re known as the Hooded Men.
This is a human interest story, about a football club and its fans who refused to give up, and chose instead to Stand not Fall.
Disgraced tells the high-profile story of a British woman who was brought into the fold of an ultra-orthodox Jewish community in Vienna, Austria, only to become victim of a hidden culture which punishes those who don’t play by their rules.
Million Dollar Buffet takes a look into a world where luxury food is piled high.
In a shocking and emotional expose, Nadifa Mohamed reveals how African people were trafficked to Western countries for entertainment – and experimentation.
Exclusive access inside a one of a kind high school for young parents.
This warm-hearted observational documentary explores the inside world of Tourette Syndrome as three young people, facing major turning points in their lives, head to Tourette’s camp for what might just be a life-changing event for them and their families.
The extraordinary story of the friendship between two of the 20th century’s greatest icons; how they met, the women and secrets they shared; and how it all went so horribly wrong.
Geoff Hurst's life is about so much more than scoring the first ever hat trick in a World Cup Final.