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The Trouble With KanYe explores the rollercoaster life and career of Kanye West AKA Ye.
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.
One woman's fight for justice.
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.
Charting the systematic exploitation of Black artists by the music industry and explores what it would look like for Black artists to receive reparations.
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.
Escape from Kabul examines 18 dramatic days in August 2021 as U.S. forces withdrew from Afghanistan.
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.
The Home Front is a fascinating journey of discovery into the world of our modern veterans.
The 2013 terrorist siege of the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya is the focus of this investigative documentary.
The definitive story of the destruction of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol told with access to the people who lived there.
This emotional, highly personal film from follows British Olympic boxer Nicola Adams and her partner, model Ella Baig as they go through IVF treatment and pregnancy.
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.
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.
This is the inside story of how three-time Wimbledon champion Boris Becker, one of the world’s greatest sporting icons, ended up in a British jail.
Look Away confronts the darker side of rock and a subject the music industry has glossed over for years: abuse against women.
An investigative documentary series revealing the complicated and mysterious life of Ghislaine Maxwell and her relationship with Jeffrey Epstein.
With Germany and China ravaged by flooding, this landmark Kevin Macdonald film brings us right into the heart of the increasingly ferocious floods hitting the UK as a result of climate change.
An immersive, character-led journey into the storming of the U.S. Capitol.
Alexei Navalny survived 1,125 days in prison. He died in Yamalo-Nenets prison on February 16th 2024. His cause of death is disputed.
Different League: The Derry City Story follows a city of heroic underdogs achieving the impossible to save the spirit of their community.
The story of Timothy Coggins, a young black man who was lynched in 1983 in Georgia, examining the deep-rooted racism that impacted the case and the long fight for justice.
Bankrupt Billionaire is the story of a man who personified Ireland’s boom and subsequently, its bust.
Dis/Informed is a deep-dive into conspiracy mentality and why we are so vulnerable to disinformation. Directors Viken and Kriel go in search of why women’s spaces online are being radicalised, and how the pandemic has made us all vulnerable to believing comforting lies over harsh truth.