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					Film title                     Award                    Company/Channel/Organisation
And Baby Makes…Eleven! (Extraordinary Families)
                                 ?                        Channel 4
Compulsion: The Confession ?                              BBC2
                                 ?
Dad's Army: The Men Who Stormed The Palace                Channel 4
Gutted                           ?                        BBC4
Imber, England's Lost Village ?                           BBC4
                                 ?
Slappy:A Killer's Tale (Gangsters from Eighteen)          BBC3
                                 ?
Stealing a Nation: a special report by John Pilger        ITV1
Anatomy for Beginners: Movement  ?                        Channel 4
                                 ?
Are We Alone? (What We Still Don't Know - Ep.1)           Channel 4
Baby It's Cold Outside (Power of?Nightmares)              BBC2
                                 ?
Biggest Wheel In The World (Starts one hour in)           BBC
Brown Babies                     ?                        Channel 4
Chavs                            ?                        Sky One
                                 ?
Chimps Under Fire (Lyndal's Lifeline Ep2)                 Animal Planet
Desert Rats - The Soldiers Story?                         ITV1
                                 ?
Frocky Horror Show (Blood on the Carpet)                  BBC
Geri                             ?                        Channel 4
                                 ?
Howard Goodall's 20th Century Greats - Lennon & McCartney Channel 4
Human Face Transplant (Equinox)  ?                        Channel 4
Lakenheath                       ?                        Sky
                                 ?
Life Before Birth (aka- In the Womb -USA)                 Channel 4
Life For A Life (Shanghai Vice) ?                         Channel 4
                                 ?
Manhunt: Search for the Yorkshire Ripper (Prog 2)         ITV
                                 ?
Mother's Story (Extraordinary Families)                   Channel 4
My Land Zion (Storyville)        ?                        BBC4
North Star                       ?
Orphans of Nkandla               ?                        BBC4
Pulled From The Rubble           ?
Restoration: Midlands            ?                        BBC
Shepherds                        ?
Temple of the Tigers             ?
Women in Black                   ?                        Grampian TV/ Scottish TV
                                                          Channel 4
Animal Cops Houston Ep 306 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Children of the Miners' Strike (Real Life)                ITV1
                                 Best Motion              TWI/BBC1
Christopher Reeve: Keeping Hope In documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Classroom Chaos                                           Five
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Cocaine                                                   Channel 4
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 Best                     Channel 4
Collins Family (Supernanny Ep 1 ) documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 Best                     BBC4
Curse of Oil: The Pipeline (Storyville) documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Death in Gaza                                             Channel 4
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 side documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Diary of a Porn Virgin (The dark Best of Porn)            Channel 4
Drugland                                                  BBC2
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Dying to Live (One Life)                                  BBC1
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 Best                     Five
Gangster (Macintyre's Underworld) documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Headmaster and the Headscarves (This World)               BBC2
Israel's Jails                                            BBC
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                                          Channel 4
Jamie's School Dinners Prog 2 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Kirsty's Millions                                         BBC
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                                          BBC2
Liberace of Baghdad (Storyville)Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Lin and Ralph A Love Story                                ITV1
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Man Who Broke Britain                                     BBC2
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                 B                        Channel 4
My Crazy Parents Ep 2 - Michelle est documentary on a Contemporary Issue
New Servants                                              BBC2
                                 Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                  Story                   BBC1
Nurseries Undercover: The RealBest documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                      Best documentary on      BBC4
Places That don't Exist (Holidays in the Danger Zone )a Contemporary Issue
Poisoned                                                       Sky1
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                      Best 1)                  BBC3
Polemic (Trouble With Black Men Epdocumentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                      Best                     BBC1
Protectors Prog 2: Second Chance documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Rude Girls                                                     BBC
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Secret Agent                                                   BBC 1
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
State of Mind                                                  BBC 4
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                                               BBC 3
Story of Bohemian Rhapsody Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                                               Channel 4
Supersize Kids: under the knife Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                       Story                   BBC
Surviving The Wave: A ThailandBest documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                      Best                     ITV1
Tale of Two Cities (Craig Millar Files) documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Truant's Mum (Bunking off)            Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Who You Callin' A Nigger                                       Channel 4
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Sisters in Law                                                 Channel 4
                                      Best documentary on a Contemporary Issue
                                      Best                     Discovery Channel
Animal Planet: Temple of the Tigers documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                      Best                     Channel 4
Dangerous Womb (Human Mutants) documentary on Science or the Natural World
Derek Tastes of Earwax (Horizon)                               BBC2
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
Global Dimming (Horizon)                                       BBC2
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
Identity Crisis (Child of Our Time)                            BBC1
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
John Lydon Shark Attack                                        Five
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
Killer Ice                                                     National Geographic
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
Kombai (Tribe)                                                 BBC or
                                      Best documentary on Science 2 the Natural World
Krakatoa                                                       Channel 4
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                      Best documentary on Science 4 the Natural World
Let There be Light (Light Fantastic: Prog 1)                   BBC or
Malaria: Fever Road                                            BBC4
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                                               BBC4
Malaria: The Vaccine Challenge Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                      Rat Documentary on       BBC2
Mississippi - Tales of the Last River Best(Natural World) Science or the Natural World
Nigel Marven's Animal Detectives                               Channel 5
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                                               Channel 5
Nigel Marven's Venom Hunters Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
Trout 'n' About                                                STV
                                      Best documentary on Science or the Natural World
                                      Best documentary         Five
Woman with 7 Personalities (Extraordinary People)on Science or the Natural World

                                  B                         Arts
And So Goodbye (This Scotland) est documentary on theGrampian TV/ Scottish TV
                                  Best
Art of Persuasion (Animation Nation) documentary on theBBC 4Arts
Bacon's Arena (Arena)                                       Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC2
Band Aid 20: Justice not charity Best documentary on theBBC1Arts
Band Aid Story                                              Arts
                                  Best documentary on theChannel4
Building Britain                                            Arts
                                  Best documentary on theChannel 4
Calling Hedy Lamarr (Arena)       Best documentary on theBBCArts
Coppersongs                                                 Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC4
                                  Best
Death (Francesco's Venice - Prog 4) documentary on theBBC2  Arts
Gospel Truth?                                               Arts
                                  Best documentary on theChannel 4
Here's A Piano I Prepared Earlier                           Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC 4
                                  Best documentary on theGrampian TV/ Scottish TV
Hidden Gifts: The Mystery of Angus Macphee                  Arts
                                  Best documentary on       Arts
Howard Goodall's 20th Century Greats - The Beatles theChannel 4
Iggy Pop (South Bank Show) Best documentary on theITV 1     Arts
                                  Best                      Arts
Impressonism: Revenge of the Nice documentary on theChannel 4
                                  Best and Love             Arts
Maria Callas: Living and Dying for Art documentary on theBBC2
Musicality: Prog 4                                          Arts
                                  Best documentary on theChannel 4
New Shock of The New                                        Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC2
                                  up
Ooh la la and the art of dressing Best documentary on theBBCArts
                                  Best
Pavarotti - The Last Tenor (Arena) documentary on theBBC2   Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC4
Politics & Performance (Art & the 60s-Prog 3 )              Arts
Private Life of a Masterpiece                               Arts
                                  Best documentary on theBBC2
                                  Show)
Real Mary Poppins (South Bank Best documentary on theITV1   Arts
Robert Frank (South Bank Show)                             ITV1
                                  Best Documentary on the Arts
                                  Best
Shadowing The Third Man (Arena) documentary on theBBC         Arts
                                  Best
Super Troupers: 30 Years of Abba documentary on theITV1       Arts
World of Nat King Cole            Best documentary on theBBC 4Arts
My Shakespeare                                                Arts
                                  Best documentary on theChannel 4
                                  Best
Agatha Christie - A Life in Pictures Drama documentary       BBC 2
Born With Two Mothers             Best Drama documentary     Channel 4
Cherished                         Best Drama Documentary BBC1
Genghis Khan                      Best Drama documentary     BBC1
Government Inspector              Best Drama documentary     Channel 4
Hamburg Cell                      Best Drama documentary     Channel 4
                                  Best Drama documentary
Kenneth Tynan : In Praise of Hardcore                        BBC 4
Planespotting                     Best Drama documentary     ITV 1
Sex Traffic: Eps 1 and 3          Best Drama documentary     Channel 4
Supervolcano                      Best Drama documentary     BBC1
Auschwitz: The Nazis & The ‘Final Solution’ - episode 1 'Surprising Beginnings'
                                  Best Historical documentaryBBC2
Beatles' Biggest Secret           Best Historical documentaryFive
Detroit: Ruin of a City           Best Historical documentary
                                   his Historical
Empire Warriors: Mad Mitch andBestTribal Law documentary 2   BBC
Fight (Storyville )               Best Historical documentaryBBC4
Final Insult                      Best Historical documentaryChannel 4
                                  Best Historical Churchill: Prog
From Soldier to Statesman (In The Footsteps ofdocumentary 2) BBC4
Great British Asian Invasion      Best Historical documentaryChannel 4
Hitler in Colour                  Best Historical documentaryTWI/Granada Television
                                  Best
House of Saud - Pts 1 & 2 (Storyville)Historical documentary BBC4
                                  Best
Last Days of The Nazis - Episode 3 Historical documentary OneSky
Love Child: Episode 3             Best Historical documentaryITV1
                                   Conspiracy
Not Cricket - The Basil d'OliveiraBest Historical documentaryBBC4
Our Longest Day                                              ITV1
                                  Best Historical documentary Scottish TV
Real Face of Santa                Best Historical documentaryBBC2
                                  Holy Warriors
Richard the Lionheart & Saladin Best Historical documentary  BBC
                                  Best Historical
Russian Revolution in Colour: Episodes 1 & 3 documentary     Channel 5
                                  Best Hitler                Five
Virtual History: The Secret Plot To KillHistorical documentary
Whicker's War: Prog 3             Best Historical documentaryChannel 4
                                  Best Historical documentary
Who Do You Think You Are: Moira Stuart                       BBC1
Who Wrote the Bible               Best Historical documentaryChannel 4
Crawl                             Best International Cinema Documentary
My Architect                      Best International Cinema Documentary
Riot-on!                                                     BBC4
                                  Best international Cinema Documentary
Supersize Me                                                 Channel 4
                                  Best international Cinema Documentary
D-Day in Colour                   Best Newcomer              ITV1
Embassy Court                     Best Newcomer              Meridian
Guernica Children                 Best Newcomer              BBC4
Holidays for Heroes               Best Newcomer
House                             Best Newcomer
James                             Best Newcomer
                                  Best Newcomer              BBC4
Journey Around My Grandmother (Who do you think you are?/Family Ties)
Keeping Time                      Best Newcomer
Mclibel (Storyville)              Best Newcomer              BBC4
                                  Best
Namesakes - A Very British Odyssey Newcomer                  Channel 4
Orders of Love                    Best Newcomer
Peace One Day (Storyville)        Best Newcomer              BBC4
Polish Your Shoes                 Best Newcomer
Practice: Choice                  Best Newcomer              Channel 4
                                  Best
Searching For the Wrong-eyed JesusNewcomer                   BBC 4
Send Me Somewhere Special Best Newcomer                      BBC3
Conquistadors of Cuba             International Cinema
Fata Morgana                    International Cinema
                                International Cinema
Izgubljeno Blago - the Lost Treasure
                                International Cinema
What Comes Around- See Everything, Feel Everything
Apprentice: Ep 11                                      BBC 2
                                Most Entertaining documentary

Bye Bye Happiness                                        BBC3
                                Most Entertaining Documentary
End Day                                                  BBC 3
                                Most Entertaining documentary
Faking It - Magician            Most Entertaining documentary
Going to Work Naked                                      ITV1
                                Most Entertaining documentary
                                Most                     BBC 1
Himalaya with Michael Palin: Prog 2 Entertaining documentary
I Won't Marry White                                      Channel
                                Most Entertaining documentary 4
Last Dragon                                              Channel
                                Most Entertaining documentary 4
Little Lady Fauntleroy          Most Entertaining documentary
Make Me A Man Again (One Life)                           BBC
                                Most Entertaining documentary
Queen's Castle                                           BBC
                                Most Entertaining documentary
Real Da Vinci Code                                       Channel
                                Most Entertaining documentary 4
                                Most Entertaining
Remember The Secret Policeman's Ball (Arena) documentary BBC 4
Spectator Affair                                         BBC2
                                Most Entertaining documentary
                                                         Five
Truth About Richard and Judy Most Entertaining documentary
Why Men Wear Frocks                                      Channel
                                Most Entertaining documentary 4
World's Strongest Boy                                    Five
                                Most Entertaining documentary
                                Most Ban                 Five
X Rated: The Sex films They Tried to Entertaining documentary
Producer                       Production Company
Jane Treays                    Granada
Henry Singer; Paddy Wivell     Mentorn
                               IWC Media
Pam Drynan                     TernTV/BBC
Giya Kancheli                  Artangel Media/CTVC
Ricardo Pollack                IWC Media/ Drive thru Pictures
Christopher Martin             Granada
Nick Curwin                                                                124
Emma Parsons
Adam Curtis                    BBC

Malcolm Brinkworth              Touch Productions
Caz Gorham                      Shine
                                Sinsel
Lyndal Davies, Mark Wild, Dawn Discovery Networks International/ Southern Star Sales
Jeremy Bennett                  Three BM Television
Nick Mirsky, Robert Thirkell    BBC
Catherine Bailey                RTO
Francis Hanly, David Jeffcock Tiger Aspect
Iain Scollay                    Mentorn Scotland/New Scientist Productions
Lucy Neiland/Laurence Lily      Fulcrum TV
Michael Cascio                  Pioneer Productions
Phil Agland                     River Films
Michael Bilton                  Ray Fitzwater/ Lysander Productions
Jane Treays                     Granada
                                First Hand
Yulie Cohen Gerstel/ David C.H. Østerbøg Films
Pamela Mandart/ Iikka VehkalahtiMandart Production
Deborah Shipley/Brian Woods True Vision
Margaret Loescher               National Film and Television School
Anfrea Miller/ Jonathan Barker Endemol
Heikki Partanen                 Alppiharjun Elokuva Oy
Yvonne Tang                     Animal Planet
Leslie Hills                    Skyline Prodns/Lansdowne Prodns
Krishna San Nicolas             Anglia Television
Jess Fowle                      True North Productions
Kim Hogg/Lindsay Gossling       TWI/MXR Productions
Roger Graef                     Films of Record
                                October Films
Guillermo Galdos/David Notman-Watt
Chloe Solomon                   Ricochet South
Dominic Allan                   Paladin inVision
James Miller                    HBO Films
                                Betty
David Foulkes; David Nath; Liz WarnerTV
                                BBC
Rebecca Woodward/ Giovanni Ulleri
Simon Atkins                    Mentorn
Lil Cranfield;Kirsty Cunningham Extreme Productions
Alison Rooper                   BBC
Nick Read                       Goldvicht
                                Fresh One Productions/ Channel 4
Paul Stead                      Daisybeck Productions
                                BBC
Nick Fraser; Mette Heide; Mette Hoffman Meyer;Sean McAllister
Marilyn Gaunt                   Stampede
Simon Finch                     Wall to Wall
Morgan Matthews                 Century Films
                                Talkback Thames
Anouk Curry                     BBC
Ian Overton                     BBC
Alice Keens-Soper               Talkback Thames
Simon Egan                      BBC/Diverse Production
Nick Poyntz                     Films of Record
Brian Hill; Kate Woods          Century Films
Karen Wightman                  BBC
Daniel Gordon                   Verymuchso/ Passion Pictures
Carl Johnston                   BBC
Rachel Oakes                    RDF Media
Amanda Murray/ Ed Wardle        Monkey Kingdom
Craig Millar                    Grampian TV
Steven Grandison                BBC Current Affairs
Krishnenda Majumdar             Diverse Production Ltd
Kim Longinotto                  Vixen Films; Birds Eye Films; Channel 4
Yvonne Tang                     Discovery Networks Europe
Philip Smith/Armand Marie Leroi Tiger Aspect
Aidan Laverty                   BBC
David Sington                   BBC
Dinah Lord                      BBC/OU
Debbie Young                    Objective
Kevin Bachar                    Pangolin Pictures
Jonathan Clay/Steve Robinson    BBC Wales
Stuart Carter                   Pioneer Productions
Jeremy Turner                   BBC
Kevin Hull                      Films of Record
Kevin Hull                      Films of Record
Andrew Graham Brown             BBC/KCET
Nigel Marven                    Image Impact
Nigel Marven; Rob Harvey        Image Impact
Fiona McGrady                   Scottish TV
Ruth Selwyn                     Zig Zag Productions
                                Cadies Productions; Black Robin Productions;
Robin Mitchell                  Freedonia Films; Kelpie Films
                                Tuppence St
Meryn Threadgold/Alastair Laurence
                                BBC
                                Endemol
Malcolm Gerrie; Phil Mount; Chris Wilson
Andy Baybutt                    Class Films
Stephanie Collins               Oxford Film and Television
Gunter Hanfgran                 Hanfgarn & Ufer; Mischief Films; Lone Star Productions
David Battcock                  Synchronicity Productions Ltd
Sam Hopkinson                   BBC
Terry Wolsey                    Eyeline Media
John Warburton                  Associated-Rediffusion Television Productions
Nick Higgins                    Lansdowne Productions/Grampian TV
Francis Hanly                   Tiger aspect
Leo Burley                      ITV/LWT
Sarah Mortimer                  World of Wonder
Alan Sievewright/ Steve Hunt    Iambic Productions
Jo Terry                        Diverse Production Ltd
James Runcie                    Oxford Film and Television
Gideon Koppel(Prod/Dir)         BBC
Erica Banks/Adam Sweeting       BBC TV/Virtual Television
Vanessa Engle                   BBC
                                Fulmar
Pamela Esterson                 Initial Film and Television
Gerald Fox                      Granada Arts/ ITV1
Frederick Baker                    Silverapples Media/Media Europa
Chris Hunt                         Iambic Productions
                                   Double Jab Productions
Ashley Gething/Michael Waldman     Shine/Penguin Television
Richard Curson Smith               Wall to Wall
Oliver Morse                       Windfall Films
Polly Hill                         BBC
Edward Bazalgette                  BBC/RTE
Jonathan Curling                   Mentorn
Antonia Bird                       Mentorn
Richard Fell                       BBC
Francis Hopkinson                  Granada
Derek Wax                          Granada/Channel 4/ Big Motion Pictures
Ailsa Orr/ Deboragh Gabler         BBC TV/Discovery Channel/ProSieben Media/Mediaset
Laurence Rees                      BBC/KCET
                                   Fremantle
George Steinmetz, Michael Chanan   Bristol Docs
Kate Townsend                      BBC
                                   BBC
Mike Walsh                         Class Films
Lucy Swingler                      Quickfire media
Janice Sutherland                  Juniper
                                    Jones
Stewart Binns/ John Fothergill/BillMedia House
Jihan El-Tahri                     BBC
Ed Harriman                        Granite Productions
                                   Testimony Films
Paul Yule                          BBC
Natalie McShane/Howard Simpson     Scottish TV
Anthony Geffen/Carol Sennett Atlantic Productions
Anthony Geffen                     Atlantic Productions/BBC
Ian Lilley                         Ascent Media
Denja Noack/Oliver Money           Tiger Aspect
Guy Davies                         Hart Ryan productions
Anna Kirkwood                      BBC
David Wilson                       BBC/Diverse Productions
Marko Rohr                         Matila Rohr Productions
Susan Ros Behr, Nathaniel KahnNew Yorker FilmsHBO/Cinemax Documentary Films
Jan Wellmann                       Hakalax Productions Oy
Morgan Spurlock/Con                Tartan Video
Kim Hogg/Lindsay Gossling          TWI/Carlton
Kevin Harper                       Topical Television/ Meridian
Steve Bowles                       Eye Witness Productions Ltd
James Smith                        esivision
                                   London Film School
Franziska-Maria Apprich            TVU Make Films Ltd
Peter Gordon                       BBC
Azhur Saleem                       London Film School
Franny Armstrong                   Spanner Films
Rowan Deacon                       Century Films
Tracy Bass/Jes Benstock            Technobabble/UK Film Council/Film London
Jeremy Gilley                      Peace One Day/PURE Picture Productions
Sam Huntley
Anthony Holland                    Channel 4
                                   Lone
Andrew Douglas/ Martin Rosembaum Star Productions
Tracey Gardiner                    Fulcrum TV
Werner Schweizer et al             Art Films
Markku Lehmuskallio           Giron Films
                              HRT Croatian Television
John Webster                  Elephant Films
Tanya Shaw                    Mark Burnett Productions/Talkback TV

Paula Campion                 Talkback
Deborah Cadbury               BBC
Adam Kassen
Holly Elson/ Halina Kierkuc   Hanrahan Media
Roger Mills                   BBC/Prominent Television
Bindhu Mathur                 Class Films
Justin Hardy                  Darlow Smithson Productions
Ned Parker                    Associated-Rediffusion Television Productions
                              BBC
Matt Reid                     RDF/HTI for BBC
Simon Raikes                  Wildfire TV/History TV/Channel 4
Roger Graef                   Films of Record
Patrick Forbes                Oxford Film and Television
John Dower                    Betty TV
Emma Morgan/ Charles Wace     TwoFour Productions
Mark Soldinger                Firecracker films
Toby Dye                      ITN/Visual Voodoo
Director                         Notes                      Synopsis
Jane Treays                                                 Looks at Sarah and Graham Potter and their family of eleven child
Henry Singer Tanya Stephan; Paddy Wivell                    A series of six films chronicling people trapped within the cycle of
                                                            Documentary about the campaigning group Fathers 4 Justice, loo
                                                            This BAFTA winning film tells the story of fishermen and their fam
Mark Kidel                                                  Documentary about the village of Imber, situated in the remot
Ricardo Pollack                                             A veteran gang member discusses his desire to give up his crimin
John Pilger                                                 How the British Government expelled the population of a group of
David Coleman                                               Controversial anatomist Dr. Gunther von Hagens shows the beaut
Darlow Smithson/Srik Narayanan
Adam Curtis                                                 Explores how the idea that we are threatened by a hidden and org
Andy Humphreys
Malcolm Brinkworth                                          Brown Babies born to British white mothers and Black American G
Caz Gorham
Mark Strickson,Simon Willock, Cathy Payne                   Chimpanzees could be extinct within 20 years. Australian filmmaker and n
Mariion Miller                                              Archive and personal testimony from the second world war North A
Nick Mirsky                                                 Acrimonious "divorce" between Elizabeth Emanuel (designer of Pr
Molly Dineen                                                Documentary about Geri Halliwell, Ginger Spice.
Francis Hanly, David Jeffcock                               Series about the extremes of deformity and the limits of humanity
Iain Scollay                                                Documentary about the work being done towards achieving the ab
Lucy Neiland/Laurence Lily                                  Lakenheath tells the story of a god-fearing military family from Ok
Toby Macdonald                                              Using revolutionary new techniques, this special explores the deve
Phil Agland                                                 The Serious Crime Unit bring to trial a murder suspect who proves
Gwyneth Hughes                                              Lasting five years, the search for the Yorkshire Ripper was the big
Jane Treays                                                 Documentary about the Field family, where both parents are deaf
Yulie Cohen Gerstel                                         What woman chooses to give birth where kids get blown up riding
Erkko Lyytinen                                              A story about Finnish mentality and lifestyle trying to adapt to glob
Brian Woods                                                 Aids has orphaned around 750,000 children in South Africa. This d
Margaret Loescher                                           In August 2003, Gil Loescher was severely injured in the bombing
Jonathan Barker                                             Griff Rhys Jones presents a competition between different regions
Veikko Aaltonen                                             Film illustrates the work of priests and the role of faith and religion
Andrew Barron                                               Strict Buddhist sect in a monastery in the lush woodlands of Thaila
Nick Higgins                                                Women in Black keep vigil for peace all over the world. In this film
                                                            Animal Cops - Houston is the third Animal Planet series to follow t
Jess Fowle                                                  Coal was once said to run through the veins of pit villagers, but no
Matthew Reeve/John Fothergill/ Adam Kemp/ Krishnnan Arora   Following six months in the life of the paralysed actor as he strives
                                                            Undercover investigation of the level of indiscipline in British scho
Angus MacQueen                                              Documentary series exploring the cocaine industry in South Amer
Chloe Solomon                                               Jo returns to the UK to help the Collins family who are having trou
Dominic Allan                                               The Caspian Sea contains some of the largest untapped energy re
James Miller                                                The harrowing documentary that portrays the horror of the Israeli c
Simon Egan                                                  Pornography in Britain has entered the mainstream. As this docum
Sarah O'Connell                                             Documentary set in Manchester
Jonathan Smith                                              Can a dying mother’s love and determination keep her going long
Donal MacIntyre                                             Documentary about Dominic Lattlay Fottfoy, a gangster who has s
Elizabeth C Jones                                           This World follows a group of veiled girls at Eugene Delacroix sch
Dimitri Doganis                                             Inside Israel's highest security prisons Palestinian fighters and bom
Guy Gilbert
Benetta S Y K Adamson                                       Eight year old Kirsty Howard has an inoperable heart condition, wh
Sean McAllister                                             Held up in a heavily fortified Baghdad hotel, Iraq's most famous pi
Marilyn Gaunt                                               Lin, 54, is blind and has cerebral palsy. Her husband Ralph, 70, is h
Gabriel Range                                               Docudrama about a financial collapse triggered by a devastating t
Morgan Matthews                                             Follows a family in Glasgow, where mother Michelle suffers from p
Hannah Berryman; Series editor: Peter Moore                 Nowadays it's not just nannies, cleaners and gardeners serving th
                                                            Reporter Lizz Brown investigates private nurseries and discovers
Ian Overton                                       Five-part BBC Four series on breakaway states and unrecognise
Thomas Viner                                      Focuses on the peculiar fascination with poisoning as a means of
Simon Egan                                        An exploration of the criminal subculture and "bad boy" image whi
Nick Poyntz                                       Two-part documentary which investigates the care of offenders wh
Morgan Mathews                                    Best mates D and Stacy cruise their Dagenham 'hood, on the look
                                                  Undercover investigation of the British National Party.
Daniel Gordon                                     Follows an eleven and a thirteen-year-old female gymnast through
Carl Johnston                                     The story behind the epic Queen single.
James Dawson                                      Follows 6 year old Beth, a fat child as she waits for her dietician's
Amanda Murray                                     An observational documentary in the tragic wake of the tsunami, t
                                                  Features a comparison between the drinking cultures of Aberdeen
Steven Grandison
Krishnenda Majumdar                               Writer Darcus Howe sees trouble ahead for Britain's ethnic popula
Kim Longinotto/Florence Ayisi   winner            A look at the work of one small courthouse in south-west Cameroo
                                                  Ms Tang got up close and personal with the endangered Indo-Chi
Philip Smith                                      Biologist Armand Leroi uses cutting-edge genetics and embryolog
Jemima Harrison                                   All the participants have a bizarre condition called synaesthesia, in
Duncan Copp                                       It reveals that we may have grossly underestimated the speed at w
                                                  The children are now five-years-old... Professor Robert Winston a
Tim Knight                                        A lifelong shark fanatic, John is desperate to fulfil his dream of me
Kevin Bachar                                      Power of ice
Jonathan Clay                                     Bruce Parry searches out the remote hunter-gatherers, the Komba
Jeremy Hall                                       Using dramatic recreations and CGI, this program brings the May
Jeremy Turner                                     Series in which Professor Simon Schaffer explores man's fascinat
Kevin Hull                                        This is the story of Peter Kombo, chief of Kiagware village in the K
Kevin Hull                                        Looks at the global efforts taking place to combat malaria. It
Andrew Graham Brown             Winner            A stunningly photographed portrait of the wildlife and landscape o
Nigel Marven                                      Nigel Marven looks at how nature can be used to help solve crime
                                                  Documentary looking at how scientists are utilising venoms from v
Colin Lennox                                      Through six themed programmes, musician Paul Campion and Ar
Ruth Selwyn                                       Director Ruth Selwyn follows her old school friend Helen, now 35,

Jim Hickey                                        Finding some hand-made film magazines at home, Robin Mitchell
                                                  Series looking at the history of British animation. This edition focu
Adam Low                                          Documentary on Bacon's life and work - the first authorised by the
Martin Callanan, Geoff Wonfor                     Twenty years after Band Aid's historic first release, written by Bob
Andy Baybutt                                      A 20th anniversary feature length documentary for Class Films ch
Jenny Dames                                       A two hour special documentary arguing that British architecture is
Georg Misch                                       Profile of actress Hedy Lamarr, featuring interviews, archive foota
                                                  The story of Bob Copper and the Copper Family, one of the stalwa
Edward Bazagette                                  Francesco da Mosto moves towards the present day and the prob
Christopher Walker                                Broadcaster and theologian Dr Robert Beckford travels to Lewis a
Ned Parker                                        Here's A Piano I Prepared Earlier celebrates the experimental mu
Nick Higgins                                      Hidden Gifts is a creative documentary that explores the mystery o
Francis Hanly                                     The final part of a great documentary on the beatles and how they
Leo Burley                                        30 years after their last gig, Iggy reunited with the Stooges to huge
Chris Rodley                                      Matthew Collings will reappraise the Impressionists. The four stars
Steve Cole                                        The story of the staging of Franco Zeffirelli's 'Tosca' with Maria Ca
Matthew Whiteman                                  Can someone with no professional stage experience perform a ma
James Runcie                                      Art critic Robert Hughes revisits his landmark 1980 series [BBC2]
Gideon Koppel                                     Explores the psychopathology of celebrity.
                                1of 3 in series   Profile of the great opera singer, chronicling his background and u
Vanessa Engle                                     The final episode of Art & the 60s looks at the artists working outs
Michael Burke                                     Series of documentaries relating the stories behind famous art wo
Nigel Wattis                                      To mark the 40th anniversary of the release of MARY POPPINS,
Gerald Fox                      Winner            Portrait of photographer Robert Frank who produced the influentia
Frederick Baker                                                   Examining Carol Reed's The THIRD MAN.
                                   "Paimenet" - Finland (original title)
Steve Cole/ Chris Hunt                                            Story of the reunion of ABBA and Mamma Mia the musical
Ian A Hunt                                                        A portrait of the popular entertainer Nat King Cole, which uses a c
Michael Waldman                                                   Follows twenty non-actors from Harlesden as they are given four w
Richard Curson Smith                                              Late in 1926
                                   http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/392619.stm acclaimed mystery writer Agatha Christie disappears
Ian Duncan                                                        Drama based on a real incident. A mix-up during IVF treatment re
Robin Sheppard                     Winner                         A drama based on the true story of Angela Cannings, who was wr
Edward Bazagette
Peter Kosminsky                                                   This factually based drama tells the story of the late Dr. David Kel
Antonia Bird                                                      The Hamburg Cell is the first major television dramatisation of the
Chris Durlacher                                                   In 1963, flamboyant, eccentric English theatre critic Kenneth Tyna
Christopher Menaul                                                The plot revolves around a real-life event a few years ago when a
David Yates                                                       Two part drama series about East European women being traffick
Tony Mitchell                                                     Two-part drama chronicling the eruption of a supervolcano in the U
                                    Laurence
Detlef Siebert, Dominic Sutherland,Winner Rees
                                                                  Begins with the death of John Lennon in 1980 and proceeds to ex
George Steinmetz, Michael Chanan                                  Detroit, known as Motor City, once the fourth largest city in the Un
                                                                  On 20th June 1967 Arab police in Aden, Yemem mutiny. They kill
Barak Goodman                                                     Focussing on the legendary 1938 rematch between Joe Louis and
Don Jordan                                                        Documentary investigating into the process of Holocaust repartatio
Lucy Swingler                                                     Richard Holmes explains how Winston Churchill's daring exploits
Janice Sutherland                                                 Light-hearted documentary looking at different Asian communities
David Batty                                                       Documentary using only original colour footage charts the 12 year
Jihan El-Tahri                                                    For the first time ever, the Saudi royal family tells its own history o
Ed Harriman                                                       yewitnesses recall how, after Hitler's death, the top Nazis fled the
Steve Humphries                                                   The heart rending story of adoption in Britain in the past sixty year
Paul Yule                                                         This is the untold story of the English establishment's betrayal of B
                                                                      Telling the story of the emotional return to the beaches of Norma
Wayne Derrick                                                     Pieces together historical and forensic clues to reveal new details
Richard Bedser                                                    The story of the two warriors based on the latest research. Both w
Ian Lilley                                                        Two-part documentary series about the Russian Revolution, using
David McNab                                                       A reconstruction of events of the July 1944 attempt to kill Hitler wit
David Hart/Joe Hart                                               Alan Whicker, who was a young officer with the Army Film and Ph
Ian Leese
Polly Morland/David Wilson
P V Lehtinen                                                      A visual and delicately poetic story about the relationship between
Nathaniel Kahn                     Winner                         MY ARCHITECT is a tale of love and art, betrayal and forgiveness
Kim Finn                                                          Following a group of young Finns in their two-year attempt to beco
Morgan Spurlock                                                   During 30 days, filmmaker Morgan Spurlock eats nothing but wha
                                                                  D-Day in Color features vintage footage of Allied forces storming
Kevin Harper                                                      Embassy Court taken from the poem "How things are on Thursday
Steve Bowles                                                      Over seventy years ago in 1937, four thousand Basque children w
                                                                  Set in El Medano, Tenerife it looks at the culture and adventure sp
Janis Pugh                                                        Documentary about The Bingo Girls of Castle Heights and their cl
                                                                  Story of James the art student who lives in his grandparents, sleep
Javotte Flatman                                                   The relationships between four generations of women are explore
Ruth Schocken Katz                                                the story of Helen, a 75 year old English widow who loves to danc
Franny Armstrong/Ken Loach         Winner                         The David and Goliath story of the McLibel Two - a postman and g
Nick Angel                                                        Having discovered a Jackie Collins book where the main characte
Jes Benstock                                                      Maybe it's not just your mum and dad who muck you up! Some fa
Jeremy Gilley                                                     The first documentary Peace One Day (2004) shows the real-life r
Sam Huntley                                                       Six London born brothers and sisters recall memories of their dea
Anthony Holland                                                   The principle of choice in the NHS and the decisions for staff and
Andrew Douglas                                                    Documentary which travels with 'alternative country singer' Jim W
Darren Hercher                     Winner                         An unemployed film-maker randomly chooses a small village to m
Arto Halonen
Anastasia Lapsui/Markku Lehmuskallio     Story about life and death according to Chukchi people who live in
Branko Istvancic                         This film is about an old protagonist, Dara, and her fight against th
John Webster                             Police trainee Riikka finds there is something not even a bullet pro
Daisy Goodwin                            Reality TV series following a group of fourteen would-be tycoons w

  Oli Barry                     Winner   Depicts a fictional day as seen through the eyes of four people ea
Gareth Edwards                           Domesday scenarios following the fictional scientist Dr. Howell, p
Lance Jeffery                            Kevin McMahon was studying for a PhD in Physics when he took
Will Hanrahan                            TV documentary taking an affectionate look at the lives of naturist
John-Paul Davidson                       Michael Palin's six month trip in the Himalaya. Prog 1 includes 1°
Bindhu Mathur                            Follows the romantic fortunes of three British Asian single
Ceri Barnes                              A creature exists in the mythology of cultures as diverse as the Inu
Roger Pomphrey                           Keith Allen spends some quality time with former child prodigy Jam
Todd Austin                              The story of Sam Hashimi, a former millionaire who underwent sex
Matt Reid                                Series on life at Windsor Castle
Kashaf Chaudhry                          Tony Robinson examines the claims made in Dan Brown's best-se
 Margy Kinmonth                          A look back at 25 years of Amnesty International's annual charity
David Jeffcock                           A profile of political journal The Spectator, with observations from
John Dower                               Looking at the relationship, characters and careers of Richard Ma
Neil Crombie                             Transvestite and Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry talks a
Mark Soldinger                           Documentary which follows eleven-year-old Richard Sandrak - the
Simon George                             Documentary looking at the history of sex films and the public's ch
 nd Graham Potter and their family of eleven children who live together in Devon. Looks at their chaotic lifestyle and problems, including alcoholism, debt
ms chronicling people trapped within the cycle of addictive and compulsive behaviours.
out the campaigning group Fathers 4 Justice, looking at their grievances and aims in relation to fathers' rights and access in divorce situations, and at som
ning film tells the story of fishermen and their families when the white fish industry collapses.
bout the village of Imber, situated in the remote centre of Salisbury Plain, whose inhabitants were evacuated to accommodate American troops
member discusses his desire to give up his criminal life and settle down with his family. However, any plans for the future are complicated by the police, wh
Government expelled the population of a group of islands to make way for a US military base.
atomist Dr. Gunther von Hagens shows the beauty of the human body and shows the mysteries of our own bodies. In each episode is a human dissection

e idea that we are threatened by a hidden and organised terrorist network is an illusion. The series begins by tracing the ideas of Egyptian school inspecto

 rn to British white mothers and Black American GIs and their stories

 d be extinct within 20 years. Australian filmmaker and naturalist Lyndal Davies is headed for Sierra Leone where she’ll be working at the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuar
 onal testimony from the second world war North African campaign.
 orce" between Elizabeth Emanuel (designer of Princess Diana's wedding dress) and and Shami Ahmed (Joe Bloggs) business partners .
out Geri Halliwell, Ginger Spice.
 extremes of deformity and the limits of humanity
out the work being done towards achieving the ability to transplant the face of a dead person onto that of a living one. Looks at how close that is to being a
  the story of a god-fearing military family from Oklahoma who move to the largest US air base in England. A good family of strong faith and ideals, they ar
ary new techniques, this special explores the development of the growing fetus from conception to delivery.
me Unit bring to trial a murder suspect who proves to be a Communist Party official who will face the death penalty if he confesses to the crime.
s, the search for the Yorkshire Ripper was the biggest manhunt in British criminal history. This harrowing two-part documentary recounts how Peter Sutclif
out the Field family, where both parents are deaf and the mother is also losing her sight, and the two children have both sight and hearing. Looks at how th
ooses to give birth where kids get blown up riding on school buses? Israeli filmmaker Yulie Gerstel asks this, and other questions, in a personal assessme
 nish mentality and lifestyle trying to adapt to globalisation. Municipal manager Olavi Rintala fights back using sauna products. The village's survival depen
ed around 750,000 children in South Africa. This documentary follows three families in rural Zululand to see how HIV/Aids has affected the children.
Gil Loescher was severely injured in the bombing of the United Nations compound in Baghdad. In this film his daughter records the family's recovery durin
 presents a competition between different regions of the country for the restoration of a building setting out different candidates.
 e work of priests and the role of faith and religion at a time when loneliness and alienation dominate life in a traditional working class neighbourhood in Fin
ect in a monastery in the lush woodlands of Thailand share their lives with 11 tigers. The Abbott's dream is for the tiger population to grow and for all creat
 keep vigil for peace all over the world. In this film, three Edinburgh women explain why they join other women on Princes Street every Saturday to bear si
ouston is the third Animal Planet series to follow the work of animal cruelty investigators. This particular series follows the animal cruelty investigators of th
aid to run through the veins of pit villagers, but now, for many of the youngsters who live in former mining communities, it’s heroin. Worksop, North Notting
nths in the life of the paralysed actor as he strives to regain movement and campaigns on behalf of others suffering from spinal cord injuries.
stigation of the level of indiscipline in British schools. A teacher returns to the profession after a thrity year absence and records her experiences of disrup
 ies exploring the cocaine industry in South America.
 UK to help the Collins family who are having trouble with their 4 kids: 10-year-old Ben, 9-year-old Lauren, 6-year-old Joshua, and 4-year-old Joseph. Moth
a contains some of the largest untapped energy reserves on the planet and everybody wants a share. A 1,100-mile pipeline is being built to transport the C
ocumentary that portrays the horror of the Israeli conflict and the resulting death of its director, James Miller.
Britain has entered the mainstream. As this documentary reveals, there is now no taboo when it comes to working in the porn industry in the UK.

her’s love and determination keep her going long enough to see her son through a life-saving bone marrow transplant? ONE life follows Andy and Sandy o
out Dominic Lattlay Fottfoy, a gangster who has spent twenty-two years in prison, and who comes from a notorious Manchester criminal family. Looks at s
ws a group of veiled girls at Eugene Delacroix school in Paris, who decide to resist the new law in defiance of its headmaster, Raymond Scieux.
ghest security prisons Palestinian fighters and bombers come face to face with the coercive power of the Israeli State. In the confined space of the jails Isr

 sty Howard has an inoperable heart condition, which doctors predicted would kill her in early childhood. Instead she has become a celebrity who stole the
vily fortified Baghdad hotel, Iraq's most famous pianist Samir Peter tries to survive the "peace" of post-war Iraq as he waits for his visa that will grant him a
 nd has cerebral palsy. Her husband Ralph, 70, is her full time 24/7 carer, and has Parkinson's disease. Filmed over 17 years by close friend and award-win
ut a financial collapse triggered by a devastating terrorist strike.
 n Glasgow, where mother Michelle suffers from psychotic depression and self-harms herself and has taken prescription drugs for some twenty years. Loo
 t just nannies, cleaners and gardeners serving the better off. There are parent coaches, lifestyle gurus, party planners, dog walkers, personal trainers and
own investigates private nurseries and discovers breaches in basic hygiene, verbal abuse of toddlers and general under-staffing.
 our series on breakaway states and unrecognised nations took Reeve to little-known parts of the world including Somaliland, recognised as part of Somal
peculiar fascination with poisoning as a means of assassination in Russia and the former Soviet countries, starting with the recent, brutal poisoning of Ukra
  the criminal subculture and "bad boy" image which seems to be attached to black youth culture. Presenter David Matthews looks at how during the 1970s
entary which investigates the care of offenders when they have left prison.
 d Stacy cruise their Dagenham 'hood, on the lookout for the next car to steal Morgan Matthews' revelatory film starts as an examination of girl gangs but e
stigation of the British National Party.
 n and a thirteen-year-old female gymnast through training, family life, school life over a nine month period leading up to the Mass Games.
  the epic Queen single.
 d Beth, a fat child as she waits for her dietician's appointment and sees the outlokk if she does not reduce her weight and exercise
  documentary in the tragic wake of the tsunami, through the eyes of TV producer Amanda Murray.
 arison between the drinking cultures of Aberdeen and Clermont Ferrand

owe sees trouble ahead for Britain's ethnic population. In this authored film, he travels the country airing his views on a netherworld of unreported violence
k of one small courthouse in south-west Cameroon. The two women at the heart of the documentary wouldn't be out of place in an Alexander McCall Smit
close and personal with the endangered Indo-Chinese tigers during three separate shoots at the temple, located three hours north of Bangkok in the Kanc
  Leroi uses cutting-edge genetics and embryology to explore how a simple fertilised egg develops into the complex structure that is the human body. He e
ts have a bizarre condition called synaesthesia, in which their senses are joined up. For a long time no-one took people like them seriously, but now it turn
  may have grossly underestimated the speed at which our climate is changing. At its heart is a deadly new phenomenon. One that until very recently scien
 now five-years-old... Professor Robert Winston asks whether class, skin colour, gender and nationality are already shaping our children's sense of who th
anatic, John is desperate to fulfil his dream of meeting sharks in the wild. In this one hour documentary he travels to South Africa and takes a crash cours

 ches out the remote hunter-gatherers, the Kombai. Previously cannibals, they are only reached by journeying through the jungle on foot
ecreations and CGI, this program brings the May 20, 1883 eruption to life. The eruption reduced the island of Krakatoa to a third of hits former size and se
Professor Simon Schaffer explores man's fascination with light begins by revealing the unwitting role religion played in forging our scientific understanding
of Peter Kombo, chief of Kiagware village in the Kisii highlands, Kenya, as he battles through the malaria season. Many of his villagers, particularly the you
obal efforts taking place to combat malaria. It explores the origins, transmission and control of the disease, and the issues surrounding control
 tographed portrait of the wildlife and landscape of the Mississippi River seen through the eyes of 'River Rat' Kenny Salwey, a legendary hunter, trapper an
 ks at how nature can be used to help solve crime, from use of police dogs to forensic study of maggots and decomposition. Also considers how the prese
  king at how scientists are utilising venoms from various spiders, reptiels, fish and scorpions to produce drugs and medicines which can help treat cancer,
med programmes, musician Paul Campion and Artist Gregory Rankin journey into the heart of rural Scotland, fishing rods and flies at the ready. Re-thinkin
  wyn follows her old school friend Helen, now 35, over a number of months. Perhaps as a result of past abuse, Helen now lives with seven distinct person

 nd-made film magazines at home, Robin Mitchell learns about a film that his father starred in and produced in 1943. With his father too ill to tell him about
  the history of British animation. This edition focuses on the advertising industry and how animation has been used to sell everything from soap powder to
  Bacon's life and work - the first authorised by the artist's estate since his death in 1992.
er Band Aid's historic first release, written by Bob Geldof and Midge Ure, this one hour special for BBC One went behind the scenes of the new recording,
 ry feature length documentary for Class Films charting the phenomenal success of the 'Do They Know Its Christmas?' charity single, including interviews
 al documentary arguing that British architecture is distinct from its continental neighbours. The programme looked at coastal defences, parish churches, c
   Hedy Lamarr, featuring interviews, archive footage, and film clips. Also considers her scientific knowledge and how she invented anti-detection electronic
  Copper and the Copper Family, one of the stalwarts of English folk music, and the remarkable tale of their songs' continuing influence.
osto moves towards the present day and the problems of the sinking city, for which he partly blames the tourist industry originally inspired by those such as
  theologian Dr Robert Beckford travels to Lewis and to the USA to see if there is any credence in the Professor Willie Ruff's extraordinary claims that early
 Prepared Earlier celebrates the experimental music movement which flourished during the 1960s, and whose legacy has lived on in musicians as diverse
  creative documentary that explores the mystery of art and mental illness. It tells the story of Angus MacPhee, "the quiet big man" from South Uist, who wo
a great documentary on the beatles and how they changed the face of popular music. Original Airdate: 11-27-04
eir last gig, Iggy reunited with the Stooges to huge critical acclaim and this film follows the band on the European leg of their tour and charts the remarkabl
   will reappraise the Impressionists. The four stars are Courbet, Manet, Monet and Cezanne. In two hours their stories and their art will intertwine. Matt will
staging of Franco Zeffirelli's 'Tosca' with Maria Callas at Covent Garden - a story that encapsulates the highs and lows of her career, the public triumph an
 th no professional stage experience perform a major role alongside the cast of a classic West End musical? Can extraordinary raw ability in singing, danc
Hughes revisits his landmark 1980 series [BBC2] with a look at whether art from the last two decades really matters any more.
 chopathology of celebrity.
at opera singer, chronicling his background and upbringing, and following him as he performs to sell-out audiences.
e of Art & the 60s looks at the artists working outside the commercial art world whose stance reflected the countercultural politics of the time. Episode three
entaries relating the stories behind famous art works.
   anniversary of the release of MARY POPPINS, this documentary uncovers the truth behind the character made famous by Julie Andrews.
grapher Robert Frank who produced the influential book "The Americans".
 Reed's The THIRD MAN.
 on of ABBA and Mamma Mia the musical
popular entertainer Nat King Cole, which uses a combination of rare and unseen archive including home movies, performances, and interviews to shed an
on-actors from Harlesden as they are given four weeks in which to study, rehearse and perform their own modern interpretation of William Shakespeare's
 aimed mystery writer Agatha Christie disappears after marital problems and creates a media frenzy.
 a real incident. A mix-up during IVF treatment results in a white woman being implanted with the fertilised egg of a black couple and gives birth to a black
 n the true story of Angela Cannings, who was wrongly convicted of killing two of her children, on the basis of "expert witness" evidence about Sudden Infa

sed drama tells the story of the late Dr. David Kelly – caught in the crossfire between the government and the BBC over the war in Iraq.
ell is the first major television dramatisation of the September 11 plot. Based on two years of exhaustive research, it tells the story of the students-turned-s
ant, eccentric English theatre critic Kenneth Tynan is made 'literary manager' of London's National Theatre. His views on censorship (can't stand it) and se
s around a real-life event a few years ago when a group of British plane spotters fell foul of the Greek authorities and found themselves in jail and then sen
series about East European women being trafficked into sexual slavery in the West.
chronicling the eruption of a supervolcano in the United States. Filmed in Vancouver and Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

 eath of John Lennon in 1980 and proceeds to explore the groups early days in Liverpool and their subsequent conquering of America. Compiled from old
s Motor City, once the fourth largest city in the United States, home of the Ford Motor Company, General Motors and other major car manufacturers, is no
 67 Arab police in Aden, Yemem mutiny. They kill 22 British troops and take control of the city's Crater district. Lt Colonel Colin Mitchell was brought in to r
  legendary 1938 rematch between Joe Louis and Max Schmeling, this is an engrossing look at the intertwined careers of two boxing greats.
 estigating into the process of Holocaust repartations and the handling and distribution of billions of dollars paid out to compensate victims of the Nazi Holo
 explains how Winston Churchill's daring exploits as a frontline reporter and an officer in the Boer War launched his meteoric political career.
cumentary looking at different Asian communities in Britain and their histories in this country. Looks at some of the myths and stereotypes that have arisen
 ng only original colour footage charts the 12 years from Adolf Hitler's rise to power to the fall of Berlin in 1945. Complemented by eyewitness material, trac
 ever, the Saudi royal family tells its own history of the desert kingdom, from its Islamic roots to the origins of Osama Bin Laden.
all how, after Hitler's death, the top Nazis fled the advancing Russians. Hitler's body was burnt outside his bunker, and his skull eventually taken to Moscow
g story of adoption in Britain in the past sixty years. It attracted a large late night audience of 2.5 million after midnight with a 27% share. The help-line rec
  story of the English establishment's betrayal of Basil D'Oliveira and includes exclusive interviews with D'Oliveira himself.
 y of the emotional return to the beaches of Normandy by Scottish veterans of D-Day.
historical and forensic clues to reveal new details about the life of Saint Nicholas, an early Christian bishop who lived in Turkey, and is associated with the
 wo warriors based on the latest research. Both worthy of their reputations and destined never to meet
entary series about the Russian Revolution, using dramatised reconstructions and colourised archive footage
 of events of the July 1944 attempt to kill Hitler with a bomb inside a high-security bunker. Uses written sources, eye witness reports and computer animati
ho was a young officer with the Army Film and Photo Unit which followed the Allied advance through Sicily and Italy, looks back at his experiences and pe


cately poetic story about the relationship between a swimmer and water. A young competitive swimmer meets the world's fastest woman swimmer in her d
  is a tale of love and art, betrayal and forgiveness in which Nathaniel, the illegitimate son of a legendary architect Louis I. Kahn, undertakes a five year, w
p of young Finns in their two-year attempt to become rich by creating a mobile phone company that would attract millions of dollars in investment from mu
 ilmmaker Morgan Spurlock eats nothing but what is on the McDonalds fast food menu. In just 3 weeks the diet causes him to get fat, get headaches, lose
eatures vintage footage of Allied forces storming the beaches of Normandy, the turning point of WWII. Actor John Hurt provides narration over these rare
 aken from the poem "How things are on Thursday" by Ros Barber. Published by Anvil Press Poetry. Artists living in a crumbling 1930s building.
ars ago in 1937, four thousand Basque children were evacuated to Southampton in the wake of the bombing of Guernica during Spain's bloody civil war. W
o, Tenerife it looks at the culture and adventure sports associated with the famous wind that draws champoins in to wind and kite surf
out The Bingo Girls of Castle Heights and their close community
he art student who lives in his grandparents, sleeps up to 20 hours a day and wants to fulfil his parents' expectations
s between four generations of women are explored by the youngest in the family, Javotte.
n, a 75 year old English widow who loves to dance. After the death of her beloved husband Helen found Bill, from Barbados, a self-proclaimed master of J
  oliath story of the McLibel Two - a postman and gardener who took on the fast-food giant in England's longest-ever legal wrangle.
ed a Jackie Collins book where the main character is called Nick Angel, the real Nick Angel felt strange reading the sexual exploits of someone with his ow
st your mum and dad who muck you up! Some family trees get more complicated with every branch. Armed with a videophone, his dad and a therapist, dir
 ntary Peace One Day (2004) shows the real-life results of Peace Day 21 September around the world, including life-saving initiatives by leading humanita
 brothers and sisters recall memories of their dead father.
choice in the NHS and the decisions for staff and patients based at St Peter's Medical Centre Brighton
 ich travels with 'alternative country singer' Jim White through America's Bible belt.
 ilm-maker randomly chooses a small village to make a film about. He finds incredible characters who talk honestly about their lives. Grierson Newcomer
 nd death according to Chukchi people who live in Chukchi Peninsula as far in the East as one can go.
  an old protagonist, Dara, and her fight against the wolves to save one of her treasures, a sheep. It is the story of the co-operation between woman and sh
 kka finds there is something not even a bullet proof vest can protect her from - her own emotions.
  following a group of fourteen would-be tycoons who compete for a one year contract on a high salary with one of Sir Alan Sugar's companies

al day as seen through the eyes of four people each suffering from different experiences of depression, who individually give an honest account of their illn
arios following the fictional scientist Dr. Howell, played by Glenn Conroy, as he travels from his London hotel room to his laboratory in New York City, and
 was studying for a PhD in Physics when he took part in Faking it studying magic for four weeks, during which time he travelled to Las Vegas to learn from
  taking an affectionate look at the lives of naturists from various walks of life who choose to work, rest and play naked.
 ix month trip in the Himalaya. Prog 1 includes 1° North by Northwest - Pakistan's tribal province, featuring Khyber Pass, Peshawar, Gilgit, Chitral and K2
mantic fortunes of three British Asian singletons who, having led resolutely westernised lives, have undergone sudden changes of hear
  in the mythology of cultures as diverse as the Inuit and the Aborigine. These cultures could never have met, yet they share an ancestral memory, the folk
 ds some quality time with former child prodigy James Harries and his family. At first sight, they may seem to be a houseful of geniuses, but although every
m Hashimi, a former millionaire who underwent sex change surgery after his business collapsed and his family left him. However, after seven years as a wo

 xamines the claims made in Dan Brown's best-selling novel, "The Da Vinci Code."
5 years of Amnesty International's annual charity event - THE SECRET POLICEMAN'S BALL. Participants discuss their memories of the shows.
cal journal The Spectator, with observations from editors past and present, owners and writers providing an insight into the relationship between politics an
 lationship, characters and careers of Richard Madeley and Judy Finnegan, and what they are like to work with.
  Turner Prize winning artist Grayson Perry talks about being a transvestite and the pathology of cross-dressing in society.
 ich follows eleven-year-old Richard Sandrak - the world's strongest boy.
 king at the history of sex films and the public's changing attitude towards sex in films and changing tastes, from British sex comedies to dubbed Swedish
 lifestyle and problems, including alcoholism, debt and Down's Syndrome, but also at their love and strengths.

 rights and access in divorce situations, and at some of the publicity stunts they have carried out recently.

 e evacuated to accommodate American troops in advance of the D-Day landings in 1943. Due to a continued need for military training, and desp
 ans for the future are complicated by the police, who are still pursuing him for murder. The stress of leading a fugitive existence has resulted in him develo

 wn bodies. In each episode is a human dissection, carried out by Dr. Guther von Hagens along side him is pathologist Professor John A. Lee.

ns by tracing the ideas of Egyptian school inspector Sayyid Qutb whose ideas directly inspired the men who flew the planes on 9/11, and political philosoph



he’ll be working at the Tacugama Chimpanzee Sanctuary, a rehabilitation centre for chimps rescued from the pet trade. Now that the civil war has ended, new arrivals keep

  (Joe Bloggs) business partners .


 f a living one. Looks at how close that is to being a reality and talks to doctors and potential patients. Also considers the ethical issues that arise.
 d. A good family of strong faith and ideals, they are happy to find the base is an American island, buffeted against the outside world. Yet it seems there is

ath penalty if he confesses to the crime.
 g two-part documentary recounts how Peter Sutcliffe was finally convicted for the murder of 13 women, and tells how several oversights helped him remai
  ldren have both sight and hearing. Looks at how they cope in bringing up two children under five years old and play a role in the children's lives outside th
   this, and other questions, in a personal assessment of her homeland.
 using sauna products. The village's survival depends on one factory and its order volume.
 see how HIV/Aids has affected the children.
 lm his daughter records the family's recovery during the months after the bomb.
 out different candidates.
   in a traditional working class neighbourhood in Finland
m is for the tiger population to grow and for all creatures to live in peace.
women on Princes Street every Saturday to bear silent witness against the futility of war
  series follows the animal cruelty investigators of the Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (HSPCA). This team of 8 investigators work
 g communities, it’s heroin. Worksop, North Nottinghamshire has been affected more so than many other towns – ten addicts died there between 2002 and
ers suffering from spinal cord injuries.
 ar absence and records her experiences of disruptive classroom behaviour from the children.

 n, 6-year-old Joshua, and 4-year-old Joseph. Mother Karen is a stay-at-home mom while dad Jason manages at a bakery. Ben and Joseph are physically
 1,100-mile pipeline is being built to transport the Caspian's oil to the markets of Europe and North America.

 o working in the porn industry in the UK.

row transplant? ONE life follows Andy and Sandy on an emotional journey as they defy the odds to be there when they need each other most.
a notorious Manchester criminal family. Looks at some of the crimes, intimidation and exploits of Fottfoy and his family
 ce of its headmaster, Raymond Scieux.
e Israeli State. In the confined space of the jails Israelis & Palestinians have to co-exist.

 Instead she has become a celebrity who stole the nation’s heart when – clutching David Beckham’s hand – she presented the baton to the Queen at the
war Iraq as he waits for his visa that will grant him a new life in America.
 ilmed over 17 years by close friend and award-winning documentary maker Marilyn Gaunt, this is an intimate portrait of a marriage that has overcome

aken prescription drugs for some twenty years. Looks at the experiences of her children Tony, Jade and Josh and how they cope, and at what happens wh
 party planners, dog walkers, personal trainers and personal shoppers to name a few. The series wryly observes the continuing rise in the use of servants
nd general under-staffing.
 ncluding Somaliland, recognised as part of Somalia; Transnistria of Moldova; Taiwan; Nagorno-Karabakh, of Armenia and Azerbaijan; Ajaria, Abkhazia, a
es, starting with the recent, brutal poisoning of Ukrainian President Victor Yuschenko during the bitterly fought 2004 election campaign. Yuschenko was we
nter David Matthews looks at how during the 1970s and 1980s, street life took the form of a rebellion against racism and exclusion, rather than gang cultur

ory film starts as an examination of girl gangs but evolves into an illuminating exploration of adolescence and the many factors underlying these troubled g

od leading up to the Mass Games.

 ce her weight and exercise



  his views on a netherworld of unreported violence and prejudice, not between blacks and whites, but between Britain's increasingly divided ethnic minorit
ouldn't be out of place in an Alexander McCall Smith bestseller. As the State Counsel and Court President, they dispense wisdom, wisecracks and justice
 , located three hours north of Bangkok in the Kanchnaburi province.
 he complex structure that is the human body. He examines the cases of conjoined twins Lori and Reba Schappell, who have a powerful sense of individua
one took people like them seriously, but now it turns out they're not so different from the rest of us. And their condition may even help explain how we mad
  ew phenomenon. One that until very recently scientists refused to believe even existed. But it may already have led to the starvation of millions. Horizon e
 are already shaping our children's sense of who they are and what they expect from life.
  he travels to South Africa and takes a crash course in scuba so that he can dive in the world's most shark infested waters - and meet the ultimate super p

neying through the jungle on foot
 nd of Krakatoa to a third of hits former size and sent waves that topped 100 feet high, killing 36,000 people.
gion played in forging our scientific understanding of the properties of light.
a season. Many of his villagers, particularly the young, are dangerously sick, and Chief Kombo struggles to get more help for them from the local authoriti
 he disease, and the issues surrounding control of the mosquito. Find out what experts like Professor Adrian Hill of Oxford University, econom
 Rat' Kenny Salwey, a legendary hunter, trapper and author who lives off the land and shares his watery haunts with beavers, snapping turtles, sturgeons,
 and decomposition. Also considers how the presence of certain pollen and plant elements and algae have been used to help solve crimes, and converse
 drugs and medicines which can help treat cancer, diabetes, and blood clotting and painkilling in humans.
 and, fishing rods and flies at the ready. Re-thinking the personality-led rural affairs/cookery/travel genre for a new audience, the pair explode the myth tha
 abuse, Helen now lives with seven distinct personalities.

 ced in 1943. With his father too ill to tell him about it, he embarks on a search that leads him to the film and to the home of its director Robert Edwards. In
 been used to sell everything from soap powder to democracy. Using material found in government and public archives, private collections and sheds, this

One went behind the scenes of the new recording, which took place at Air Studios on Sunday 14th November 2004
Its Christmas?' charity single, including interviews with Bob Geldof, Midge Ure, Bono, Phil Collins, Boy George, Spandau Ballet, Status Quo, Quincy Jone
me looked at coastal defences, parish churches, country houses, the industrial revolution, the gothic revival and twentieth century high tech to make the a
dge and how she invented anti-detection electronic technology for allied torpedoes in World War II.
heir songs' continuing influence.
 tourist industry originally inspired by those such as Byron. Francesco was a young boy during the great flood of 1966 and he looks at ways the future of V
ofessor Willie Ruff's extraordinary claims that early Scottish emigrant worship profoundly influenced African slaves. He accompanies a group of Psalm sin
whose legacy has lived on in musicians as diverse as Frank Zappa, Steve Reich, Michael Nyman and Brian Eno.
 Phee, "the quiet big man" from South Uist, who wove clothes from grass. Diagnosed with schizophrenia in 1946 Angus was taken from his island home o

European leg of their tour and charts the remarkable career of the indestructible Iggy Pop.
rs their stories and their art will intertwine. Matt will unpack the principles of Impressionism - the strength of colour, the flatness, the patterning and the way
highs and lows of her career, the public triumph and personal tragedy that was the life of the most loved and admired opera star of them all; a life ending i
 cal? Can extraordinary raw ability in singing, dancing and acting be moulded and honed ready for the big night? Musicality is about transforming talent an
 ally matters any more.


 e countercultural politics of the time. Episode three features artists including Yoko Ono, the Boyle Family, Barry Flanagan, Gustav Metzger, John Latham

 ter made famous by Julie Andrews.
 movies, performances, and interviews to shed an intimate new light on the man behind the silky voice. Interviewees include Stevie Wonder, Andre 3000
wn modern interpretation of William Shakespeare's play "Romeo and Juliet". They are given advice and encouragement via satellite link from director Baz

 ed egg of a black couple and gives birth to a black child. The black couple go to court to try and get back their genetic child since the white couple have bo
 sis of "expert witness" evidence about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (Cot Death Syndrome) which has since been discredited

nd the BBC over the war in Iraq.
 research, it tells the story of the students-turned-suicide bombers whose devastating attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon changed the c
atre. His views on censorship (can't stand it) and sexuality (as much of it onstage as possible) set him on a collision course with the NT's Chairman, Sir Ol
uthorities and found themselves in jail and then sent for trail on espionage charges. The Greeks simply could not believe or understand that writing down p

 ational Park, Wyoming.

 equent conquering of America. Compiled from old and new footage, as well as interviews with the band
al Motors and other major car manufacturers, is nowadays a city in serious decline, which has lost more than half its population and much of its real estate
  strict. Lt Colonel Colin Mitchell was brought in to re-establish order but caused controversy through his method of using ruthless force.
  twined careers of two boxing greats.
ars paid out to compensate victims of the Nazi Holocaust. Looks at the Jewish Claims Conference which has handled most of these monies, and groups o
  unched his meteoric political career.
 ome of the myths and stereotypes that have arisen and how all Asians have tended to be seen en masse rather than as the different and varied cultures a
   1945. Complemented by eyewitness material, tracks the dramatic transformation of Germany into a Nazi state, looks into Hitler's relationship with his lov
ns of Osama Bin Laden.
 is bunker, and his skull eventually taken to Moscow. Old men and boys defend Berlin, as Goebbels and his wife poison their children before committing su
 after midnight with a 27% share. The help-line received over 8,000 calls, a record response.


 op who lived in Turkey, and is associated with the traditional figure of Father Christmas.


sources, eye witness reports and computer animation blending archive footage with acted elements to produce seeming footage made at the time.
 ily and Italy, looks back at his experiences and people he knew and also shows the footage taken by the Unit during the Italian campaigns of 1943 and 19


 meets the world's fastest woman swimmer in her dreams and races her.
 y architect Louis I. Kahn, undertakes a five year, worldwide exploration to understand his long-dead father
  ld attract millions of dollars in investment from multinational corporations.
 the diet causes him to get fat, get headaches, lose interest in sex, and begins to damage his internal organs.
Actor John Hurt provides narration over these rare images.
 ists living in a crumbling 1930s building.
mbing of Guernica during Spain's bloody civil war. With no help from the government of the time, local people in southern Hampshire organized accommod
mpoins in to wind and kite surf



 Bill, from Barbados, a self-proclaimed master of Jive. Together, this unlikely couple has been dazzling the London tea-dancing scene for the past 15 yea
ongest-ever legal wrangle.
reading the sexual exploits of someone with his own name. It is this book that leads him to wonder what it must be like to have famous namesakes. Scann
med with a videophone, his dad and a therapist, director Jes Benstock explores a family history of murder, migration, breakdown and suicide in an attempt
ncluding life-saving initiatives by leading humanitarian organizations. The film was used to encourage the members of the United Nations General Assem



alk honestly about their lives. Grierson Newcomer Winner 2005.
 e story of the co-operation between woman and sheepdog and how important this co-operation is to both of them - and the sheep as well.

with one of Sir Alan Sugar's companies

who individually give an honest account of their illness.
 hotel room to his laboratory in New York City, and shows how each scenario affects his journey as well as those around him, with various experts providi
which time he travelled to Las Vegas to learn from Penn and Teller amongst others, for the show Faking It; the culmination of which was to perform in fron

ng Khyber Pass, Peshawar, Gilgit, Chitral and K2
es, have undergone sudden changes of heart and decided that they would prefer to settle down with their own kind.
e met, yet they share an ancestral memory, the folklore of a flying, fire breathing, nightmarish beast. With our knowledge of natural history and credible m
m to be a houseful of geniuses, but although every single member has a PhD in Metaphysics, we soon discover that some were purchased from a fake un
family left him. However, after seven years as a woman, he feels he has made a terrible mistake and now wishes to become a man again


nts discuss their memories of the shows.
 an insight into the relationship between politics and the media



es, from British sex comedies to dubbed Swedish sex films to more recent fascination with celebrity sex tapes.
a continued need for military training, and despite public protest and an official enquiry, the villagers remained exiled from their homes. This fi
ding a fugitive existence has resulted in him developing a crack habit, and the efforts to control his addiction bring him back to a life of crime.

m is pathologist Professor John A. Lee.

who flew the planes on 9/11, and political philosopher Leo Strauss whose ideas influenced the US Neoconservative movement.



ade. Now that the civil war has ended, new arrivals keep flooding in, and they’ve got a baby boom on their hands!




so considers the ethical issues that arise.
ed against the outside world. Yet it seems there is a wartime climate of fear and the family are troubled by scare stories, rebellious high school students a


and tells how several oversights helped him remain at large for so long.
old and play a role in the children's lives outside the home.




nimals (HSPCA). This team of 8 investigators works in a large area of Texas investigating reports of animal cruelty and, when necessary, removing anima
er towns – ten addicts died there between 2002 and 2004.



anages at a bakery. Ben and Joseph are physically aggressive and destructive: swearing, spitting, and tearing up the house. Can Jo help this family?




here when they need each other most.




nd – she presented the baton to the Queen at the Commonwealth Games. This film follows her and other families supported by the hospice into an unexp

ntimate portrait of a marriage that has overcome incredible odds and achieved great things. But recent events have cast shadows, and put what seemed

 Josh and how they cope, and at what happens when Michelle checks into a psychiatric hospital in an attempt to come off the prescription drugs.
observes the continuing rise in the use of servants in the UK and reveals who is using them.
kh, of Armenia and Azerbaijan; Ajaria, Abkhazia, and South Ossetia, all recognized by the United Kingdom as parts of Georgia.
ought 2004 election campaign. Yuschenko was well on his way toward securing his nation's presidency when the handsome candidate was left permanen
ainst racism and exclusion, rather than gang culture.

e and the many factors underlying these troubled girls' behaviour.




etween Britain's increasingly divided ethnic minority groups.
 nt, they dispense wisdom, wisecracks and justice in fair measure.

 Schappell, who have a powerful sense of individuality despite sharing the same brain tissue, sirenomelia sufferer Tiffany Yorks whose legs are completel
 their condition may even help explain how we made that great evolutionary leap to develop language.
ady have led to the starvation of millions. Horizon examines for the first time the power of what scientists are calling Global Dimming.

ark infested waters - and meet the ultimate super predator, the great white...




s to get more help for them from the local authorities, without success.
essor Adrian Hill of Oxford University, economist Professor Jeffrey Sachs, and Gary Goode of mosquito control and Dr Jean Malecki of the H
 haunts with beavers, snapping turtles, sturgeons, pelicans and eagles.
ave been used to help solve crimes, and conversely looks at how some animal scavengers can leave traces or marks that can be confused with cause of

 for a new audience, the pair explode the myth that fishing is just a lot of long wet hours on a bank with nought to show for it come the end of the day. In b


and to the home of its director Robert Edwards. In a revealing interview, Robert Edwards talks about his lifelong passion for films and tells the story behin
public archives, private collections and sheds, this programme traces the use of animation as the perfect sales tool from jingoistic First World War cartoo


George, Spandau Ballet, Status Quo, Quincy Jones, Paul Young, Bananarama and Peter Blake. Channel 4
vival and twentieth century high tech to make the argument


flood of 1966 and he looks at ways the future of Venice can be safeguarded in the future.
can slaves. He accompanies a group of Psalm singers to rural Alabama where Professor Ruff's theory is put to the test. Does Gospel music really have w

a in 1946 Angus was taken from his island home on South Uist to Craig Dunain psychiatric hospital among the hills near Inverness in the Scottish highland


h of colour, the flatness, the patterning and the way in which ordinary life is pictured with startling truth - and argue that this is the best thing that has ever h
 and admired opera star of them all; a life ending in lost nerve, lost voice and lost love.
 g night? Musicality is about transforming talent and the excitement of live musical theatre.



ly, Barry Flanagan, Gustav Metzger, John Latham, Otto Muehl, David Medalla, Liliane Lijn, Bruce Lacey and Stuart Brisley.
Interviewees include Stevie Wonder, Andre 3000 Benjamin of Outkast, Whoopi Goldberg, Carlos Santana, Harry Connick Jr, Tony Bennett, BB King, Joo
encouragement via satellite link from director Baz Luhrmann, and on the ground, are directed by actor Paterson Joseph (who originates from Harlesden).

k their genetic child since the white couple have bonded with the child the woman gave birth to and view it as theirs. A judge must decide the fate of the c
s since been discredited


orld Trade Center and the Pentagon changed the course of the 21st Century.
n a collision course with the NT's Chairman, Sir Oliver Lyttelton. Tynan has a friend and ally in the Governor, Laurence Olivier, but cannot always count on
could not believe or understand that writing down plane details was a hobby and were convinced their motives were more sinister.




than half its population and much of its real estate. Until recently, residents would celebrate'Devil's Night' on the eve of Halloween by going out and settin
method of using ruthless force.

h has handled most of these monies, and groups of survivors from the US, Israel and Europe who are questioning and challenging the way in which the fu

se rather than as the different and varied cultures and groups that they actually are.
azi state, looks into Hitler's relationship with his lover Eva Braun and replicates pivotal events, including Nazi rallies, the invasion of Poland, Hitler's meetin

 his wife poison their children before committing suicide. Later, Goering and Himmler meet similar fates, and, with the arrest of Doenitz, the last days of th




roduce seeming footage made at the time.
e Unit during the Italian campaigns of 1943 and 1944.




eople in southern Hampshire organized accommodation, food and clothes for the refugees. Five years in the making - the film tells their extraordinary story




 the London tea-dancing scene for the past 15 years.

 it must be like to have famous namesakes. Scanning the electoral register, Nick learns that pretty much every famous fictional or real famous person has
er, migration, breakdown and suicide in an attempt to free his young son from his family's complex legacy
he members of the United Nations General Assembly to adopt the 21st of September as the day of global ceasefire and nonviolence, and includes footage
th of them - and the sheep as well.




 as those around him, with various experts providing commentary on that specific disaster as it unfolds.
g It; the culmination of which was to perform in front of the UK’s leading magicians and convince them he was a professional. McMahon was the most suc


 down with their own kind.
 th our knowledge of natural history and credible modern science we explore the legend of the dragon and breathe life into this mythological predator.
discover that some were purchased from a fake university in the USA, while the others were awarded to them by themselves. As the documentary procee
ow wishes to become a man again
 gers remained exiled from their homes. This film tells the story of how the village briefly came back to life in August 2003, when the composer
ction bring him back to a life of crime.



onservative movement.




by scare stories, rebellious high school students and liberal teachers. However when the opportunity arises to leave the base and take on the Brits in a ch




mal cruelty and, when necessary, removing animals from horrible abuse situations. Since these investigators do not have arrest or warrant seeking power




earing up the house. Can Jo help this family?




er families supported by the hospice into an unexpectedly joyful world full of laughter, where the nearness of death means that life must be lived to the full

t events have cast shadows, and put what seemed to be an indestructible love under almost unbearable pressure

ttempt to come off the prescription drugs.
dom as parts of Georgia.
 when the handsome candidate was left permanently disfigured by dioxin poisoning. Interviews with Yuschenko's doctors, former KGB agents, and toxicol




 a sufferer Tiffany Yorks whose legs are completely fused, and John Chiffort, who lived to the age of 20 with three legs and two penises

s are calling Global Dimming.




mosquito control and Dr Jean Malecki of the Health Department in Palm Beach, Florida are doing to help control malaria.

aces or marks that can be confused with cause of death.

nought to show for it come the end of the day. In between the hours on the river, we learn all we need to know about the humble trout, meet enthusiasts fr


s lifelong passion for films and tells the story behind the film's production by a small group of enthusiasts in Fife. Robin eventually reunites the filmmakers
 ct sales tool from jingoistic First World War cartoons to MTV.




is put to the test. Does Gospel music really have white ancestry? Or is it a form of intellectualised white supremacy?

 ng the hills near Inverness in the Scottish highlands. For fifty years he spoke not a single word to any member of the hospital staff. His presence was also


and argue that this is the best thing that has ever happened in modern art. He will also show that although the contemporary art world seemingly despises
ana, Harry Connick Jr, Tony Bennett, BB King, Jools Holland, Quincy Jones, Baz Luhrmann and the entire Cole family.
Paterson Joseph (who originates from Harlesden).

w it as theirs. A judge must decide the fate of the child.




 rnor, Laurence Olivier, but cannot always count on the older, more conventional man's support. Demoted after becoming the first person to drop the F-bo
 otives were more sinister.




ht' on the eve of Halloween by going out and setting fire to dilapidated buildings. Houses, factories, stores, office blocks, theatres, even the railway station


uestioning and challenging the way in which the funds are being divided and where they are going. Includes interviews with them, Jewish historians, acade


Nazi rallies, the invasion of Poland, Hitler's meeting with Lloyd George, the horrors of Buchenwald concentration camp, Warsaw's Jewish Ghetto, the Batt

, and, with the arrest of Doenitz, the last days of the Nazis have truly arrived.




n the making - the film tells their extraordinary story with eye witness accounts, previously un-screened archive film and dramatic reconstructions.




h every famous fictional or real famous person has a namesake somewhere in the UK and he sets out to meet and interview them to hear their stories and

al ceasefire and nonviolence, and includes footage of Kofi Annan, the Dalai Lama, Dame Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, and Alan Rickman.
e was a professional. McMahon was the most successful contestant on the show and even managed to fool Paul Daniels, who he describes as the “gove



nd breathe life into this mythological predator.
 them by themselves. As the documentary proceeds, it eerily becomes apparent that this is a family that believes its own mythology. They regard themsel
ack to life in August 2003, when the composer Giya Kancheli was commissioned by Artangel to create a piece of music for Imber as part of a u




 ses to leave the base and take on the Brits in a cheerleading competition they can’t refuse




gators do not have arrest or warrant seeking powers on their own, they work closely with local law enforcement, including the Harris County Precinct One C




ss of death means that life must be lived to the full
schenko's doctors, former KGB agents, and toxicologists explain how Yuschenko was poisoned; showcase the methods used to poison other major figure




 with three legs and two penises




 ing to help control malaria.



o know about the humble trout, meet enthusiasts from punters to celebrities and finish the day with the catch-turned culinary delight all cooked up in the lo


s in Fife. Robin eventually reunites the filmmakers at an emotional 60th anniversary screening of the film




member of the hospital staff. His presence was also an absence; his secret grass weaving his only form of expression.


 gh the contemporary art world seemingly despises Impressionism it is only because of Impressionism that the avant-garde came to be
ed after becoming the first person to drop the F-bomb on British TV, Tynan struggles to stage his 'erotic entertainment' "Oh Calcutta" in the face of opposit




es, office blocks, theatres, even the railway station, stand in ruins or have disappeared altogether, leaving vast empty lots that have returned to nature. Th


udes interviews with them, Jewish historians, academics and representatives of the Jewish Claims Conference.


entration camp, Warsaw's Jewish Ghetto, the Battle of Britain and the fall of Berlin.




archive film and dramatic reconstructions.




o meet and interview them to hear their stories and see if it has affected their lives

Helen Mirren, and Alan Rickman.
fool Paul Daniels, who he describes as the “governor” of magic.




t believes its own mythology. They regard themselves as morally, intellectually, and financially superior to the rest of society, even though the clan (house
create a piece of music for Imber as part of a unique event in the village. Using the development of this event as his narrative, the filmmaker loo




cement, including the Harris County Precinct One Constable's Office. This office has permantly assigned Deputy Constable Christine Kendrick to assist th
ase the methods used to poison other major figures in the past; and reveal why poison has been used so frequently in Russia's history.




catch-turned culinary delight all cooked up in the local hostelry.




hat the avant-garde came to be
entertainment' "Oh Calcutta" in the face of opposition from friends, family and colleagues, and in spite of his own deteriorating health




ng vast empty lots that have returned to nature. The home of Motown music, Detroit is also the most segregated major city in the United States, and one o
to the rest of society, even though the clan (housed in a mock mock-Tudor cottage in the middle of a Cardiff council estate) includes a convicted arsonist,
of this event as his narrative, the filmmaker looks back at Imber's unusual history and how it formed the inspiration for Kancheli's score. The fi




d Deputy Constable Christine Kendrick to assist the HSPCA investigators with any law enforcement issue that arises, including seeking warrents and arre
o frequently in Russia's history.
of his own deteriorating health




gregated major city in the United States, and one of the poorest, struggling to provide public services for its needy inhabitants. This film looks back over th
ardiff council estate) includes a convicted arsonist, an astral projectionist, a former Bunny Girl, a part-time private detective and a sex-change daughter (J
med the inspiration for Kancheli's score. The film combines testimonies from surviving villagers, conversations with Kancheli in his native Tbi




ue that arises, including seeking warrents and arresting those charged with animal cruelty
its needy inhabitants. This film looks back over the history of the city in the twentieth century: over the rise and fall of the social system identified...
me private detective and a sex-change daughter (James is now Lauren), all of whom seem to live their lives in a parallel universe
s, conversations with Kancheli in his native Tbilisi and archive footage from Imber's past and present. Kancheli's evocative music is woven thro
rise and fall of the social system identified...
ves in a parallel universe
sent. Kancheli's evocative music is woven throughout the film, culminating with its live performance in the ancient church of St Giles in Aug
ance in the ancient church of St Giles in Aug
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My Brother - My Enemy                                        2006   ?
Angel Makers                                                 2006   ?
Armed Robbery Orgasm                                         2006   ?
Boy in a Million (Other Side 7)                              2006   ?
Censored at the Seaside: The Saucy Postcards of Donald McGill2006   ?
Chelsea Girl (Underground Britain)                           2006   ?
Children of Beslan                                           2006   ?
Diameter of the Bomb (Storyville)                            2006   ?
Dig!                                                         2006   ?
Elgar and the Missing Concerto (BBC Imagine)                 2006   ?
Ghost in Your Genes (Horizon)                                2006   ?
Government Inspector                                         2006   ?
Hammer and Flame                                             2006   ?
Heavy Metal Junior                                           2006   ?
Hippo Hunters (Underground Britain)                          2006   ?
Hiroshima                                                    2006   ?
Insurgency                                                   2006   ?
Israel and the Arabs: Elusive Peace                          2006   ?
John Osborne and the Gift of Friendship Part 1&2             2006   ?
Life in The Undergrowth (Prog 1)                             2006   ?
Little Platform, Big Stage (Arena)                           2006   ?
Monastery (Progs 2 and 3)                                    2006   ?
New Shock of the New                                         2006   ?
Philip and His Seven Wives                                   2006   ?
Plot Against Harold Wilson                                   2006   ?
Psychic Surgeon (Underground Britain)                        2006   ?
Real Sex Traffic                                             2006   ?
Soul sisters (My life as a Child)                            2006   ?
Spliff on Sea (Underground Britain)                          2006   ?
VE Day Poem: A Brief Period of Rejoicing                     2006   ?
Very British Olympics                                        2006   ?
Vicar who can't forgive                                      2006   ?
Viva Zapatero (Storyville)                                   2006   ?
Waco Assault (Conspiracies Yr2)                              2006   ?
Waiting for Sunrise                                          2006   ?
Walmart: High Cost of Low Price                              2006   ?
Darwin's Nightmare NOT AVAILABLE                             2006   Best Cinema Documentary
Songbirds                                                    2006   Best Cinema Documentary
7/7 Attack on London                                         2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Andrew & Jeremy Get Married (Storyville)                     2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Apaga y vámonos (Switch Off )                                2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Asylum NOT AVAILABLE                                         2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
At The Epicentre (This World)                                2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Beslan (Dispatches )                                         2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Bigamists - Year 1                                           2006   Best Documenatary on a Contemporary Issue
Born in the USSR - 21 Up                                     2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Born to be Different Prog 3                                  2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Company of Soldiers (Storyville)                             2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Crimea's War (Inside out)                                    2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Dead Mums Don't Cry                                          2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Dirty Weekend in Hospital (Mischief)                         2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Gaza: The Fight for Israel                                   2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Geisha Girl                                                  2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
House Clearers                                               2006   Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
How to Plan a Revolution (This World)                       2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
I Don't Like Mondays                                        2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Iraq's Missing Billions (Dispatches)                        2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Jute, Jam and Islam                                         2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Kidnap Cops                                                 2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart (Cutting Edge)                2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Kids Behind Bars                                            2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Last Hunt Episodes 1&2                                      2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Last Stand (This World )                                    2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Living Positive (This World)                                2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Living with Aids (Dispatches)                               2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Make Me Normal                                              2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Man Who Loved the Number 12 (Real Families)                 2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Me and My Mum                                               2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
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Morecambe Bay Cockling Tragedy - A Special Edition of Granada Reports Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Multiple: MS in the Public Eye                              2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
On Pain of Death (Dispatches)                               2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
President Mir Qanbar                                        2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Rehearsals                                                  2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Ripper Murdered My Mum (Sign Zone: ONE Life)                2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Root of All Evil? The God Delusion                          2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Slaughterhouse: The Task of Blood                           2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Son of Mine                                                 2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Stairlift to Heaven (The trouble with old people)           2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Switch Off (Apaga y vámonos)                                2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Teenage Tourettes Camp                                      2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
To Courtney, With Love (One Life)                           2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Tough Kids, Tough Love                                      2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Tsunami: 7 Hours On Boxing Day                              2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Undercover Nurse: A Panorama Special                        2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Wanted: New Mum and Dad Programme 1                         2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Women on the Edge: The Truth About Styal Prison             2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
World Without Water                                         2006 Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Acupuncture (Alternative Medicine)                          2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Autopsy : Life & Death Episode 2                            2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Can Dogs Smell Cancer?                                      2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Curse Of The Mermaid (Bodyshock)                            2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Family That Walks on All Fours                              2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Killer Ice                                                  2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
King Cobra and I                                            2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Malaria: Fever Road                                         2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Man With The 7 Second Memory                                2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
March of the Penguins                                       2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Monkey Love                                                 2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
New Frontiers (Deep Jungle - Part 1)                        2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Planet Earth: From Pole to Pole                             2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Queen of Trees                                              2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Springwatch - 9 Jun 05                                      2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Trout ' n' About                                            2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Seven Year Old Surgeon Extraordinary People                 2006 Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World
Africa Live: The Roll Back Malaria Concert                  2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Andy Warhol Denied (Imagine)                                2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Arakimentari                                                2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Balderdash and Piffle - C words                             2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
British Face: Portraits and the Artist                      2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Dusty Springfield (South Bank Show)                         2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Every parent's nightmare                                        2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
French Beauty                                                   2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
I Samurai                                                       2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Jerusalem: An Anthem For England                                2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Maxim Vengerov - Living the Dream                               2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
No Direction Home - Bob Dylan Part 1 (Arena)                    2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Paradise Found: Islamic Art                                     2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Photographer, His Wife, Her Lover                               2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
                                                                2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Private Life Of An Easter Masterpiece 2/2: The Resurrection by Piero della Francesca
Romantic North (Picture of Britain)                             2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Self Portraits: The Me Generation (Programme 1/2)               2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Sinatra: Dark Star                                              2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Sophie Calle (Ben Lewis's Art Safari )                          2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Stuart Sutcliffe: The Lost Beatle                               2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
Take That... For The Record                                     2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
This OBE is Not For Me                                          2006 Best Documentary on the Arts
1970s - That Was The Decade That Was ( Episode 1)               2006 Best Documentary Series
49 Up: Pts 1 & 2                                                2006 Best Documentary Series
Baltic Brides (World Weddings)                                  2006 Best Documentary Series
Beyond Boundaries                                               2006 Best Documentary Series
Bridegrooms (World Weddings)                                    2006 Best Documentary Series
China (Eps 1 and 2)                                             2006 Best Documentary Series
Circumcise Me? (Mischief)                                       2006 Best Documentary Series
Coked Up Britain                                                2006 Best Documentary Series
Cult of the Suicide Bomber; Westerners                          2006 Best Documentary Series
Dale Farm (Gypsy Wars)                                          2006 Best Documentary Series
Distant Dad (My Life as A Child)                                2006 Best Documentary Series
Doctor Who Confidential 6 Episodes                              2006 Best Documentary Series
Don't Make Me Angry                                             2006 Best Documentary Series
                                                                Routes
Folk Britannia: Parts 1 & 2. Ballads and Blues/ Folk Routes/New 2006 Best Documentary Series
                                                                2006 Best Documentary Series
From Hippie to Yuppie (1970s - That Was The Decade That Was: Ep2)
Game of Two Halves (World Weddings)                             2006 Best Documentary Series
Going for the Kill (Sign Zone: A Very English Village)          2006 Best Documentary Series
In Search of Mozart                                             2006 Best Documentary Series
Iraq (Conspiracies)                                             2006 Best Documentary Series
Jeremy Paxman (Who Do You Think You Are)                        2006 Best Documentary Series
Killing Mum and Dad ( Blackwell: The Straight A Killer)         2006 Best Documentary Series
Let's Make a Baby (Mischief )                                   2006 Best Documentary Series
Marriage and the Mob (World Weddings)                           2006 Best Documentary Series
Mosque (Episodes 1&5)                                           2006 Best Documentary Series
Murder Squad (episodes 1& 2)                                    2006 Best Documentary Series
Pennypot Lane (Gypsy Wars)                                      2006 Best Documentary Series
Ross Kemp On Gangs: Rio                                         2006 Best Documentary Series
Ross Kemp On Gangs: USA                                         2006 Best Documentary Series
Russian Godfathers - Complete Series                            2006 Best Documentary Series
Salad Days (Storyville Very English Village:)                   2006 Best Documentary Series
Second Wife (World Weddings)                                    2006 Best Documentary Series
Seeing Scotland (Episode 1/Episode 6)                           2006 Best Documentary Series
Stephen Fry (Who Do You Think You Are)                          2006 Best Documentary Series
Tales From the Green Valley                                     2006 Best Documentary Series
Unorthodox Vows (World Weddings)                                2006 Best Documentary Series
Unteachables                                                    2006 Best Documentary Series
Addicted to Love (Compulsion)                                   2006 Best Drama Documentary
Animals                                                         2006 Best Drama Documentary
Chatterley Affair                                               2006 Best Drama Documentary
Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster (Surviving Disasters)              2006 Best Drama Documentary
Confession (Compulsion)                                       2006 Best Drama Documentary
Elizabeth David - A Life in Recipes                           2006 Best Drama Documentary
Flight That Fought Back                                       2006 Best Drama Documentary
Kenneth Williams - Fantabulosa!                               2006 Best Drama Documentary
Kill Me If You Can                                            2006 Best Drama Documentary
Mary Seacole: The Real Angel of the Crimea                    2006 Best Drama Documentary
Our Hidden Lives                                              2006 Best Drama Documentary
Peter Warlock - Some Little Joy                               2006 Best Drama Documentary
Pinochet In Suburbia                                          2006 Best Drama Documentary
Princes in The Tower                                          2006 Best Drama Documentary
Secretary Who Stole £4 Million                                2006 Best Drama Documentary
Titanic: Birth of a Legend                                    2006 Best Drama Documentary
Trafalgar Battle Surgeon                                      2006 Best Drama Documentary
True Voice of Prostitution                                    2006 Best Drama Documentary
Year London Blew Up: 1974                                     2006 Best Drama Documentary
55 Days : Fall of Saigon                                      2006 Best Historical Documentary
9/11 : The Falling Man                                        2006 Best Historical Documentary
Big Ideas That Changed The World: Ep 3                        2006 Best Historical Documentary
Blitz - London's Firestorm                                    2006 Best Historical Documentary
Brief Period of Rejoicing                                     2006 Best Historical Documentary
Finding The Fallen: Episode 5                                 2006 Best Historical Documentary
First Emperor: The man who made China                         2006 Best Historical Documentary
Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst                         2006 Best Historical Documentary
Hannibal: Enemy of Rome                                       2006 Best Historical Documentary
His Big White Self                                            2006 Best Historical Documentary
Hollywood and the Holocaust                                   2006 Best Historical Documentary
How Vietnam Was Lost (Two days in October) UNAVAILABLE 2006 Best Historical Documentary
How We Fell For Europe                                        2006 Best Historical Documentary
Improbable Mr Attlee                                          2006 Best Historical Documentary
Last Tommy: Programme 2                                       2006 Best Historical Documentary
Lost World of Friese-Greene (Episode 2)                       2006 Best Historical Documentary
Munich: The Real Assassins                                    2006 Best Historical Documentary
Not Forgotten: Women                                          2006 Best Historical Documentary
Pol Pot: The Journey to the Killing Fields (Timewatch)        2006 Best Historical Documentary
Property is Theft (Lefties Episode 1)                         2006 Best Historical Documentary
Secrets of the Old Testament                                  2006 Best Historical Documentary
Somme                                                         2006 Best Historical Documentary
Tory! Tory! Tory! - Programme 1                               2006 Best Historical Documentary
Victory in Europe in Colour                                   2006 Best Historical Documentary
When Britain Went Bananas                                     2006 Best Historical Documentary
Working Class                                                 2006 Best Historical Documentary
Wild Blue Yonder                                              2006 Best International Cinema Documentary
Collecting Texas (filed under NFTS Show 2006)                 2006 Best Newcomer
Disabled and Looking For Love                                 2006 Best Newcomer
Greetings from Death Valley (filed under NFTS Show 2006)      2006 Best Newcomer
Journeyman (filed under NFTS Show 2006)                       2006 Best Newcomer
                                                              2006
Man's New Best Friend a dogumentary (filed under NFTS Show 2006) Best Newcomer
                                                              2006 Best Newcomer
No Choice basis (A Palestinian Journey) (filed under NFTS Show 2006)
Tanju Miah (filed under NFTS Show 2006)                       2006 Best Newcomer
They proceeded on (filed under NFTS Show 2006)                2006 Best Newcomer
Zweifel (Doubt) (Filed under NFTS Show 2006)                  2006 Best Newcomer
Boy in a Million (The Other Side Episode 8)                   2006 Best Newcomer
Dark Side of Modern Love                                      2006 Best Newcomer
Don't Panic, I'm Islamic                                      2006 Best Newcomer
Flesh and Blood (Family Ties 4)                               2006 Best Newcomer
From The Heart - In Sickness And In Health                2006   Best Newcomer
How To Divorce Without Screwing Up Your Children          2006   Best Newcomer
Man Who Captured Nessie (Other Side 7& 8)                 2006   Best Newcomer
Map With Gaps                                             2006   Best Newcomer
New Faces - Two Brothers (Wynebau Newydd Dau Frawd)       2006   Best Newcomer
Palestinian Journey (See No Choice Basis)                 2006   Best Newcomer
Rest is Silence                                           2006   Best Newcomer
Sex Addict (Dark Side of Modern Love)                     2006   Best Newcomer
Show Me The Money (African School)                        2006   Best Newcomer
Stick Thin in India                                       2006   Best Newcomer
Bitter Aftertaste                                         2006   Best Newcomer
Inside the Asylum                                         2006   Best Newcomer
Picture of Bristol by Roni Size                           2006   Best Newcomer
Buddha and the Beach (Sign Zone:Tsunami Prayers)          2006   Best Series
Hindu Wedding (Sign Zone:Tsunami Prayers)                 2006   Best Series
Matara Miracle Man (Sign Zone: Tsunami Prayers)           2006   Best Series
Rizal's Return (Sign Zone: Tsunami Prayers)               2006   Best Series
Apprentice UK: Series 2 Episode 4/12                      2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Armstrongs: Programme 2                                   2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Balderdash and Piffle - M words                           2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Booze Bird (Mischief)                                     2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Everything in Welsh: Popeth yn Gymraeg                    2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Extraordinary Breastfeeding                               2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
How To Start Your Own Country Episodes 4 & 5              2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Live 8 Twenty years ago today                             2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Lost World of Mitchell & Kenyon (Progs 1-13)              2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Make Me a Man Again (One Life)                            2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Michael Carroll: King of the Chavs                        2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Naked Rambler (One Life)                                  2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
                                                          2
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares -Momma Cherri's Soul Food Shack006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares Programme 2                   2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Road To Guantanamo                                        2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Strangest Village in Britain                              2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Taxidermy: Stuff the World (Sign Zone)                    2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Through Hell And HighWater                                2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Trouble With Gay Men                                      2006   Most Entertaining Documentary
Bridging The Gap - Silence                                2006   See Individual entries
NFTS Show 2006                                            2006   See Individual entries
                                  Producer
           Company/Channel/Organisation                          Production Company
                                                                 Nat Film
                                         Masood Khan/Negi Kamaljeet & TV School
                                         Astrid Bussink          Edinburgh College of Art
           Channel 4 (Corporate)/124     Sascha Olofson          Firefly
           Channel 4                                             IWC Media
                                         Vicky Crawley/Patrick Holland
           BBC2                          Steve Webb              Firefly Productions
           BBC2                          Ben Anthony             Blast Films
           BBC 2                                                 HBO/BBC
                                         Ewa Ewart/Leslie Woodhead
           ONF                                                   Rainmaker Films
           Ondi Timoner                  Ondi Timoner            Tartan DVD
           BBC                                                    Frances/Paul Tickell/Geoff Wonfor
                                         Sarah Aspinell/VanessaMentorn
           BBC2                          Nigel Paterson          BBC
           Channel 4                     Peter Kosminsky                                       124
                                         Justin Meiland          Unruowe
           Scottish Grampian and Borders Graeme Hart             Dogtooth Media
           BBC 2                         Rob Davis/ Alistair CookBlast Films
           BBC1                          Paul Wilmshurst         BBC
           BBC2                          Matt Haan               October Films
           BBC2                          Norma Percy             Brook Lapping
           Channel 5                     Tony Palmer             Isolde Films
           BBC1                                                  BBC
           BBC 2                         Martin Rosenbaum
           BBC2                          Gabe Solomon            Tiger Aspect
           BBC4                          Robert Hughes           Oxford Film and TV Production
           BBC                           Rachel Wexler           Bungalow Town/Marc Isaacs
           BBC2                          Paul Dwyer              BBC
           BBC2                                                  Blast Films
                                         Angharad & Sara Penrhyn Jones
           Channel 4/CBC/CanalD                                  Associated Producers/True Vision
                                         Ric Bienstock/Felix Gubolev
           BBC2                          Tracy Jeune
           BBC 2                         Rob Davis/ Alistair CookBlast Films
           Channel Five                  Anne Elletson           Talkback Thames
           BBC 4                                                 BBC
           BBC Inside Out                                        BBC
                                         Vivienne Francis, Dimitri Houtart, David Stevenson
           BBC 4                                                  Terenzio Trigona; Sabina Guzzanti
                                         Anita Lammana;Valerio Studio uno; Secol Superbo;Sciocco Produzioni
           Sky One                       Flavia Taylor           Redback Films
                                         Aneel Ahmad             Sugar House Media, UK Film Council; North West Vision
                                         Robert Greenwald        Brave New Films/Retail Project L.L.C.
Best Cinema Documentary                                          Mille et Une Productions, Coop 99 and Saga Film
           Channel 4                     Katie Bailiff           Century Films
           Five                          Don Jordan              Mentorn
           BBC 4                         Don Boyd/Clare Boyd First sight Films
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue Esteban Bernatas        Andoliado Producciones
           BBC 4                         Amanda Richardson BBC
           BBC 2                         Ruhi Hamid/Darren ConwayBBC
           Channel 4 (Corporate)/124     Eamonn Matthews         Mentorn
           Sky One                       Agnieszka Piotrowska Granada Factual
           ITV1                          Jemma Jupp              Granada Television
           Channel 4                     Joanna Ball             Ricochet Ltd
           BBC 4                         Edward Jarvis           October FilmsPBS
           BBC                           Robert Wicks
           BBC 1                         Tristan Quinn           BBC Panorama
           BBC 3                         Nick Betts              BBC
           Channel 4                     Israel Goldvicht        Raw TV & Goldvicht Productions
           BBC4                          Sarah Waldron           BBC
           Channel 4                     Ros Franey (Series)     Mentorn
          BBC 2                             Shahida Tulaganova BBC
          Channel 4                         Zoe Zarkos             September Films
          Channel 4                         Callum Macrae          Guardian Films
          BBC2 Scotland                     George Cathro          Hand Pict Productions
          BBC 2                                                    BBC
                                            David Notman Watt/Karen O'Connor
          Channel 4                         Mary-Jane Robinson Darlow Smithson
          Channel 4                         Nick Kenton            Talkback Thames
          Sky One                           Charlotte Winby        Shine
          BBC 2                             Noam Shalev            BBC
          BBC 2                             Sarah Waldron          BBC
          Channel 4                         George Waldrum         Insight News Television
          Channel 4                         Zacharay Beattie       Century Films
          ITV 1                             Helen Royale           Granada Bristol
          Channel 4                         David Dehaney          Love Productions
          ITV 1                             Elaine Wilcox          ITV Granada
          BBC 1                                                     Broadbent
                                            Alison Peebles/Lucinda Media co-op
          Channel 4                         Ned Parker             Associated Rediffusion Television Produc
          Not transmitted                   Mohammad Shirvani Royabeen Media
          Five                              Thu Nguyen             Minh Productions
          BBC 1                             Julie Beanland         Truenorth Productions
          Channel 4                         Deborah Kidd           IWC Media
          BBC2                              Brian Hill             Century Films
          Channel 4                         James Quinn            Diverse Prods
          Channel 4                         Kira Phillips Dibb     Love Productions
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue Esteban Bernatas          Andoliado Producciones
          ITV 1                             Sandi Scott            Shine
          BBC 1                             Peter Firstbrook       BBC/Mosaic Films
          BBC 2                             Lynn Alleway           BBC
          BBC 1                                                    Diverse Bristol Ltd/FBC India PVT Ltd
                                            Kevin Sim/Juliana Rufus/Roy Ackerman
          BBC 1                             Liz Bloor              Panorama
          Channel 4                         Jo Ball/Nick Powell    Ricochet Ltd
          BBC 2                             Rachel Coughlan        BBC
          Channel 4                         Deborah Shipley
          BBC 2                             Anne Laking (exec)     BBC Science
          Channel 4                         Lucy Bowden            Firefly
          BBC 4                             Jon Lane               Passionate Productions
          Channel 4                         Kelly Close            redback
          BBC 2                             Jon Lane               Passionate Productions
          National Geographic               Kevin Bachar           Pangolin Pictures
          BBC                               Romulus Whitaker       Icon Films
                                            Kevin
Best Documentary on Science or the Natural World Hull              Films of Record
          ITV 1                             Jane Treays            Granada Bristol
          Warner Brothers                                          Warner Independent/National
                                            Yves Darondeau/Christophe Lioud/Emmanuel Pria Geographic
          More 4                            Michael Hewitt         DoubleBand Films
          ITV                               Dave Allen (Series)    Granada Wild/WNET New York
          BBC 2                                                    BBC/BBC Worldwide/JVP/NHK
                                            Mark Linfield/Johnny Keeling/ Alastair Fothergill
          BBC 2                                                    Flat
                                            Victoria Stone/Mark Deeble Dog Productions
          BBC 2                                                    BBC
                                            Tim Scoones/Miles Barton
          Scottish TV                                              Scottish TV
          Five                              Polly Steele           Firecracker Films
          BBC Wales                         Mick Csaky             Antelope South/Ideale Audience
          BBC 1                             Chris Rodley           BBC
Best Documentary on the Arts                Jason Fried            Troopers Films
          BBC 2                             Archie Baron (Series) Takeaway Media
          Five                              John Wyver             Illuminations Television
          ITV 1                             Susan Shaw             ITV
BBC1                  Helen Shawcross          BBC Inside Out West
BBC                   Miriana Bojic Walter     ZETA Productions
BBC 4                 Martin Rosenbaum         Lone Star
BBC 4                 Colm Martin              BBC
LWT South Bank Show   Ken Howard               Landseer Productions
BBC 2                 Martin Scorsese et al BBC Arena et al
Channel 4             Mike Lerner              ZCZ Films
BBC 4                 Paul Yule                Berwick Pictures
BBC 2                 John Bush                Fulmar Television and Film
BBC 1                 Basil Comely             BBC
Channel 4             Sarah Mortimer           World of Wonder
BBC 1                 Christopher Olgiati      Paladin Invision
BBC 4                 Emily Kennedy            Bergmann
BBC 4                 Chris Hunt               Iambic Productions
ITV 1                                           (Exec)
                      Claire Horton/Nigel Hall Talkback Thames
BBC 2                                          Unique
                      Cat Lewis (executive Produce) Factuals
Five                  Jonathan Holmes          Shine
ITV 1                 Claire Lewis             Granada Television
BBC 2                 Mahmut Kaya              BBC
BBC 2                                          Diverse West
                      Michael Lynch/David Russel
BBC 2                 Rea Apostolides          BBC
S4C                   Daffyd Rhys              P.O.P. 1
BBC 3                 Alan Hayling (ExecutiveBBCProducer)
Sky One               Krishnendu Majumdar Betty TV for Sky
Channel 4             David Batty/Kevin Toolis Many Rivers Prods
BBC3/BBC2             Richard Parry            Hardcash Productions
BBC 2                                          BBC
                      Nicola Gibson/Dermot Caulfield
BBC 3                                          BBC
                      Adam Page/Gillane Seaborne
Channel 4             John Walsh               Walsh Bros Ltd
BBC 4                                          BBC
                      Mark Cooper (Executive Producer)
Five                  Jonathan Holmes          Shine
BBC 2                 Ivan O'Mahoney           BBC
BBC Storyville        Luke Holland             Zef Productions
Five                  Phil Grabsky             Seventh Art Prodns
Sky One                                        Barratt
                      Fiona Chesterton/Colin Redback
BBC 2                 Kate Smith               Wall to Wall Television
Sky One               Andy Wells               Redback Films
BBC 3                 Alan Hayling (ExecutiveBBCProducer)/Stuart Cabb/Helen Sage
BBC2                  Benito Montorio          BBC
ITV 1                                          Pilgrim Productions
                      Ted Harrison/Caroline Gilson(Dirs)
ITV 1                 Tom Anstiss              Shine Productions
BBC3/BBC2             Richard Parry            Hardcash Productions
Sky One               Tim Pritchard            Tiger Aspect
Sky One               Paul Sapin               IWC Media
BBC 2                 Jo Durden Smith          Oxford Film and Television
BBC 4                 Luke Holland             Zef Productions/Edward Mirzoeff
BBC 2                 Nick Read                BBC
STV                   Ella Waite               STV North
BBC 2                                          Wall to
                      Kate Smith (assistant producer)Wall
BBC 2                 Peter A Sommer           Lion Television
BBC 2                 Suzie Brand              BBC
Channel 4             Sallie Clement           Talkback Thames
BBC 2                 Magnus Temple (Series)   Mentorn
More 4                                         Blast!
                      Mark Hayhurst/Amy Flanagan Films
BBC 4                 Karen Lewis              BBC
BBC 1                     Nick Murphy             BBC/Discovery/Pro Sieben/France 5
BBC 2                     Magnus Temple (Series)  Mentorn
BBC 2                     Colette Flight          Wall to Wall
Discovery US              Phil Craig              Brook Lapping
BBC 4                     Ben Evans               BBC4
Channel 4                 Nick Curwin             Firefly
Channel 4                 Paul Kerr               October Films
BBC4                      Michael Samuels         BBC
Balcony Cinema Club                               Capriol Films
                          Tony Britten/Averil Brennan
BBC 2                                             Tiger Aspect
                          Charles Brand/Richard Curson Smith
Channel 4                 Liz Hartford            RDF Media
BBC2                                              BBC
                          Nick Mirsky (Executive Prodcuer)
ITV 1                     William Lyons           Granada Television
Channel 4                                         Hardy &
                          Ben Goold (Executive Producer) Sons for Channel 4
Channel 4                 Katie Bailiff           Century Films
Channel 4                 Mark Hayhurst           Blast! Films
BBC 2                     Rachel Bell             Flashback TV
Channel 4                 Henry Singer            Darlow Smithson
Five                      Malcolm Clark (Series) Mentorn
Channel 4                 Louise Osmand           Darlow Smithson
Five                      Ned Williams            Talkback
Discovery Civilisation                            Yap Films
                          Elliott Halpen/Pauline Duffy (Series)
Channel 4                 Lucy van Beek           Lion Television/Discovery Channel
BBC2                      Robert Stone            Robert Stone Productions
5/National Geographic     Charlotte Wheaton       Atlantic Productions
More 4                    Nick Broomfield         Lafayette Films
BBC 4                     Daniel Anker            Ellin Baumel
BBC 2
BBC2                      Michael Cockerell        Brook Lapping
BBC 4                     Russell Barnes           Blakeway
BBC 1                     Harvey Lilley            Quickfire Media
BBC 2                                              Hindley (Series)
                          Annabel Hobley/Emma BBC/BFI
Channel 4/Discovery USA   Anthony Geffen           Atlantic Productions
Channel 4                 Victoria Watson          Wall to Wall
BBC 2                     Andrew Williams          BBC/Discovery/BBC Worldwide
BBC 4                     Vannessa Engle           BBC
Five                                               Ragobert/Isy
                          Michael Attwell/ Thierry Ascent MediaMorgenstern
Channel 4                 Carl Hindmarch           Darlow Smithson
BBC 4                                              Mentorn
                          Don Jordan (Series producer)
ITV 1                                              TWI/Contender Entertainment
                          Kim Hogg(Producer)/John Fothergill (Executive Producer)
BBC 4                     Emma Tutty               Firefly
Channel 4                 Marion Milne             3BM Television
BBC 2                     Andre Singer             Westpark Pictures
NFTS Show 2006            Matthew Killip           NFTS
BBC3                      Clare Richards           Lambent Productions
NFTS Show 2006            Joanna Wright            NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            Anna Jones               NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            David Balfour            NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            Osama Qashoo             NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            Sadik Ahmed              NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            James Price              NFTS
NFTS Show 2006            Lenka Clayton            NFTS
Channel 4                 Patrick Holland (Series)IWC Media
Channel 4                 Francine Shaw (Dir)      Betty TV
BBC 3                     Nasfim Haque             BBC Wales
BBC 4                     Emma Parkins             BBC/Open University
            S4C                               Joanna Phillips         Element Productions
            Channel 4                         Sam Whittaker           Twenty Twenty Television
            Channel 4                                                 IWC Media
                                              Patrick Holland (Series Producer)
            Filmhouse, Edinburgh              Alice Nelson            Full Nelson Films
            S4C                               Neville Hughes          Cwmni Da
Best Newcomer                                 Osama Qashoo            National Film and Television School
                                              Jim                     Ladies Productions Ltd
            Edinburgh International Film Festival Hickey/Robin Mitchell
            Channel 4                                                 Betty
            BBC 4                             Nicki Stoker            Lion Television
            BBC 3                                                     Lion Television
                                              Amanda Burrell (executive producer)
            Raindance Film Festival           Philip Thompson         Worldwrite
            n/a                               Dave O'Malley           Intermission
            BBC 1                             Deborah Charles         Flashback TV Bristol/BBC English Regions
            BBC 2                             Ashok Prasad            BBC
            BBC 2                             Nikki Millard           BBC
            BBC 2                             Steven Grandison        BBC
            BBC 2                             Dale Templar            BBC
            BBC 2                             Mark Burnett            Mark Burnett Productions
            BBC 2                             Fergus O'Brien          BBC
            BBC 2                             Neil Cameron (Series) Takeaway Media
            BBC 3                             Nick Betts              BBC
            S4C                               Ifor Ap Glyn            Cwmni Da
            Channel 4                         Katie Buchanan          RDF Media
            BBC 2                             Lee Phillips            Leafstorm
            BBC 2                             Kate Werran             Brook Lapping
            BBC2                                                      Hindley (Series)
                                              Annabel Hobley/Emma BBC/BFI
            BBC1                              Todd Austin             BBC
            Channel 4 (Corporate)             Ned Parker              Associated Rediffusion Television Produc
            BBC 1                             Richard Macer           BBC
            Channel 4                                                 Optomen
                                              Becky Clarke/ Patricia Llewellyn
            Channel 4                                                 Optomen
            Channel 4                                                 Revolution
                                              Andrew Eaton/Melissa Parmenter Films
            Channel 4                                                 Landmark Films
                                              Nick O'Dwyer/Rachel Bliss
            BBC 2                                                     Century Films
                                              Elodie Gornall (co-producer)/Zac Beattie (Associate Producer)
            BBC1                              Alexis Girardet         Twofour
            BBC3/BBC2                         Maninderpal Sahota      Diverse
See Individual entries                                                Edinburgh College of Art
            NFTS                              Various                 NFTS
                    Director                  Notes
                    Masood Khan/Negi Kamaljeet
                    Astrid Bussink
                    Norman Hull

                    Steve Webb
                    Ben Anthony
                    Ewa Ewart/Leslie Woodhead
                    Andrew Quigley/Steven Silver
                    Ondi Timoner
                    John Bridcut
                    Nigel Paterson
                    Peter Kosminsky
                    Vaughan Pilikian
                    Chris Waitt
                    Alastair Cook and Rob Davis
                    Paul Wilmshurst
                    Matt Haan
                    Norma Percy               Nominated


                    Zimena Percival
                    Dollan Cannell/Gabe Solomon
                    James Runcie
                    Marc Isaacs
                    Paul Dwyer
                    Angharad & Sara Penrhyn Jones
                    Ric Bienstock

                    Alastair Cook and Rob Davis

                    Dominic Sutherland

ecol Superbo;Sciocco Produzioni
                    Andy Stevenson
Media, UK Film Council; North West Vision
                    Robert Greenwald
                    Hubert Sauper             Winner
                    Brian Hill
                    Joanna Burge
                    Don Boyd

                    Peter Gordon              Winner
                    Ruhi Hamid
                    Kevin Sim

                    Sergei Miroshnichenko
                    Nick Powell
                    Tom Roberts


                    Tim Samuels
                    Monica Garnsey            Nominated
                    Darren Conway
                    Daisy Asquith
Ivan O' Mahoney
John Dower
Callum Macrae
George Cathro
Benito Montorio
James Kent
Rex Bloomstein

Noam Shalev

Claudio Von Planta
Jonathan Smith
Simon Everson



Roger Pomphrey
Mohammad Shirvani
Michael Grigsby
Jess Fowle
Russell Barnes

James Quinn
Kira Phillips Dibb

Sandi Scott


Kevin Sim

Sara Tibbetts
                           Nominated
Brian Woods                Nominated
Nick Davidson/Nikki Stockley
David Coleman
Jemima Harrison
Julia Harrington
Jemima Harrison


Kevin Hull/Deborah Lovett
Jane Treays
Luc Jacquet



Victoria Stone/Mark Deeble Winner


Polly Steele
Mick Csáky
Chris Rodley                Nominated
Travis Klose
Sally Benton/ Kate Carter
Seb Grant
Susan Shaw
Pascale Lamche
Patrick Dickinson
Colm Martin
Ken Howard
Martin Scorsese

Paul Yule                 Nominated

Nicky Illis
Chris Rodley
Christoher Olgiati        Nominated
Ben Lewis
Steve Cole
David Notman-Watt         Winner Best Documentary on the Arts

Executive producer Steven D Wright
Michael Apted
Nick Read
David Johnson
Kimon Tsakiris

Christopher Sykes
Krishnendu Majumdar
David Batty
Richard Parry

Gillane Seaborne
John Walsh
Mike Connolly
Executive producer Steven D Wright
Ivan O'Mahoney
Luke Holland
Phil Grabsky
Colin Barratt
Archie Baron
Andy Wells

Benito Montorio


Richard Parry
Tim Pritchard
Paul Sapin
Patrick Forbes
Luke Holland
Nick Read
Ella Waite
Archie Baron
Peter A Somner
Suzie Brand
Alex Beetham
Henry Singer/Tanya Stephan
Neil Rawles
James Hawes
Nick Murphy
Henry Singer/ Tanya Stephen
James Kent
Bruce Goodison
Andy De Emmony
Srik Narayanan
Sonali Fernando
Michael Samuels
Tony Britten
Richard Curson Smith
Justin Hardy
Colin Barr
William Lyons
Justin Hardy
Brian Hill
Edmund Coulthard          Winner Best Drama Documentary
Ricardo Pollack
Henry Singer
Jane Cameron/Tom Cholmondley
Louise Osmond
Ned Williams
Matt Gallagher
Nic Young
Robert Stone
Richard Bedser
Nick Broomfield
Daniel Anker
                          Winner
Michael Cockerell
Russell Barnes
Harvey Lilley
Annabel Hobley

Ian Leese
                        Nominated
Vanessa Engle
Michael Atwell
Carl Hindmarch
                        Nominated
Kim Hogg
Sonali Fernando

Werner Herzog
Matthew Killip
Clare Richards          Winner Best Newcomer
Joanna Wright
Anna Jones
Jamie Johnson           Filed under NFTS
Osama Qashoo
Sadik Ahmed
James Price
Lenka Clayton

Ian Denyer
Nasfim Haque
Emma Parkins
                    Sam Whittaker
                    Andrew Tullis
                    Alice Nelson

                    Osama Qashoo


                    Nicki Stoker

                     Philip Thompson
                     Dave O' Malley
Bristol/BBC English Regions
                     Karen O'Connor



                    Mark Burnett
                    Fergus O'Brien
                    Sally Benton/ Kate Carter


                    Katie Buchanan
                    Lee Phillips
                    Anna Davies

                    Todd Austin
                    Keith Allen

                    Christine Hall              Winner The Frontier Post Award for Most Entertaining Documentary

                    Michael Winterbottom/Matt Whitecross
                    Nick O'Dwyer/Rachel Bliss
                    Morgan Matthews
                    Alexis Giradet
                    Maninderpal Sahota
Synopsis
India and Pakistan were on the brink of nuclear war in 2002. Since then, a steady process of thawing once icy relaionships has bee
The Angelmakers is an observational portrait of the sleepy village of Nagyrev in rural Hungary. We meet its inhabitants, who share
Looks at the story of Ron Keyes and Debbie Myers, who committed and series of armed robberies in Baltimore in 1984, with sex as
The Boy is Jordan Jordan Whitewood—Neal who has Proteus Syndrome.
Linda Smith narrates a documentary about Donald McGill, a true British institution whose saucy postcards became an integral part o
Series of profiles about people who may not be all that they seem. This edition charts a year in the life of Michelle, a pretty, funny tw
Documentary updating the events of the school massacre of September 2004 in the Russian town of Beslan, when terrorists took 1
Documentary about 29 people connected by a 2002 suicide bombing in Jerusalem who trace the memories and the outcomes of the
While filming music videos and documentaries for Interloper, Timoner simultaneously produced, directed, and edited DIG!, which ch
Norris contributed to the documentary, and was the soloist in the performance with David Lloyd-Jones and the BBC Concert Orches
The science series explores the ghost world in our genes - the hidden layer of inheritance that lies in every cell of our body. From IV
David Kelly was one of the government's foremost experts on Weapons of Mass Destruction..The drama depicts Dr Kelly's time as
Documentary on the Alang-Sosiya shipbreaking yards in Gujarat, India.
Hatred is an up-and-coming heavy metal band from Scotland made up of five driven elementary school friends ran
Big Game hunting is big business and for the right price you can shoot virtually any animal on the planet. Alastair Cook and Robert
The documentary features reenactments using firsthand eyewitness accounts and computer-generated imagery of the explosion. Th
The inside story of how the brutal Sunni-led insurgency in Iraq evolved into a force capable of frustrating the best efforts of the world
Three-part documentary series looking at the Arab/Israeli peace process over the past six years. Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak p
This three-part documentary, transmitting to mark the 50th anniversary of the world premiere of John Osborne’s ‘Look Back in Ange
David Attenborough presents a series which reveals how animals first left the seas to colonise the land over 400 million years ago,
Made in association with London's Transport Museum, Zimena Percival's film Little Platform, Big Stage tells the stories of five condu
'The Monastery' is a BBC TWO programme produced by Tiger Aspect TV, broadcast as three one-hour episodes on Tuesdays 10th
Twenty-five years ago the renowned art critic Robert Hughes made The Shock of the New, a landmark television series that examin
Six years ago God told former rabbi, Philip Sharp, that he was to become a Hebrew king. Philip then decided to take seven women
Drama documentary on an investigation by BBC journalists Roger Courtiour and Barrie Penrose into claims by former prime ministe
A Louis Theroux-style exposé of "Medical intuitive" and Healer, Robyn Welch.
A gripping documentary exposé inside the global sex slave trade in women from the former Soviet Bloc.
Series aimed at adults, made entirely by children aged between seven and 11 who were given a camera and recorded their life over
What is Jeff Ditchfield's game? He's opened up a cannabis ‘themed' shop right in the centre of Rhyl – a decaying Welsh seaside re
Sheila Hancock reads a poem by Simon Armitage evoking aspects of the Second World War in Britain and the joy of VE Day. Inclu
Alan Coren narrates a film taking a humorous peek behind the scenes of the 1948 London Olympics. Set against a backdrop of aus
Powerful documentary in which the Rev Julie Nicholson, who can’t forgive the London tube bomber who last July murdered her dau
Looks at the rise of censorship in the media in Italy, and particularly on television. Sabina Guzzanti's satirical political comedy show
Documentary series dissecting various popular conspiracy theories, presented by author Danny Wallace. Could the Waco massacre
Documentary about street children who live within the old parts of the city of Lahore. Unwanted and unloved, they live in the slums,
Documentary. A look at the impact of the retail giant, Wal-Mart, on local communities.
A documentary on the effect of fishing the Nile perch in Tanzania's Lake Victoria. The predatory fish, which has wiped out the native
Musical documentary in which women inmates at Downview Prison tell their stories through song.
Attack on London is the first major documentary exploring the events of 7 July 2005 when suicide bombers struck for the first time in
Jeremy Trafford and Andrew Thomas, are respectively a retired English teacher, and a charismatic former bus driver. The documen
Dams seem to be a source of “clean energy”, or so it is claimed. In truth, dams take a far greater toll on the environment and on loc

Documentary following residents of the Indonesian village of Lampuuk as they attempt to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the d
The Beslan school siege in September 2004 was the bloodiest act of terrorism ever to take place on Russian soil. Over a thousand
Piotrowska looked at the lasting damage which childhood absue and neglect can inflict on their victims, making the
In 1990, director Sergei Miroshnichenko made Age 7 in the USSR, followed seven years later by Born in the USSR: 14UP, with whi
Born to be Different is a frank, intimate and unsentimental portrait of the pressures and joys of life with a disabled child. For the last
om Roberts spends a month with a US Army division stationed in South Baghdad as they battle insurgents and try to build the peac
Crimea Butler-Downton, from Stroud in Gloucestershire, a partially blind man with Tourettes Syndrome – and his battle to be taken
Panorama has filmed one woman's struggle to stop mothers in her country dying. She's Grace Kodindo - an obstetrician in the pove
Series of films that take a witty and mischievous approach to serious issues. Tim Samuels leads an army of 100 people who have a
Looks at the issue of Jewish settlements in the Gaza Strip, and follows Brigadier General Gershon Hacohen and his men in an oper
documentaryumentary following 15-year-old Yukina as she leaves home and moves to Kyoto to embark on the arduous training nee
Looks at the work of professional house clearers firm The Clampitts, operated by Brent and Gail, who specialise in clearing houses
Documentary about the efforts of two young political activists, Murad and Emin, to stage a peaceful revolution in Azerbaijan, a coun
Documentary about 16-year-old Brenda Spencer’s killing spree of 1979. She opened fire in a school playground, killing two men and
With Iraqi society descending into civil war, this documentary investigates what has happened to the 23 billion dollars entrusted to th
A look at the life of Scots Muslim Tony Hussain, a Dundee businessman and entrepreneur. Tony had a difficult start in life - given aw
Kidnappers began targeting footballers' mothers. This World spent six months following this intriguing case, filming with the player, o
Feature-length documentary telling the story of 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart, abducted in June 2002. She was not seen again for nin
Documentary by award-winning director Rex Bloomstein about life in prison for Britain’s youth. With unique access to two young offe
Three-part documentary series following the characters and traditions of Gloucestershire’s Berkeley Hunt as controversy over the b
After 18 months unrestricted access into the secret planning of the resistance to the Israeli disengagement from Gaza, The Last Sta
To mark World AIDS Day, a look at a day in the lives of six people around the world who have the disease, from dawn on the street
Award-winning African journalist Sorious Samura travels to Zambia where over a million people are living with HIV/AIDS. He asks w
Four autistic young people, who all attend the same school, talk about their lives and the challenges they face. 12 year old asperger
The story of Hugh Turner, who suffers from extreme obsessive compulsive disorder and is trapped in a world of endless order and r
Tony Robinson takes a personal and emotional journey into the issues surrounding care for the elderly
he Morcambe Bay Cockling Tragedy explores the stories surrounding the disaster during which 23 Chinese cocklers lost their lives
A short documentary where Alison Peebles, actress, discusses coming to terms with her multiple sclerosis. Alison has directed, and
Investigates the lack of palliative care for those dying slowly of chronic illnesses in National Health hospitals, and the large numbers
Documentary which follows the campaigns of a seventy five year old man who has been trying for twenty four years to winning an e
Impressionistic portrait of Belfast, incorporating music, poetry and local voices.
    Documentary about Wilma McCann, who became the first victim of the Yorkshire Ripper 30 years ago. Wilma’s son, Richard atte
Scientist Richard Dawkins confronts the ongoing rise of militant religious belief in today’s world. In a journey that takes him from the
Documentary about a small, family-run abattoir in Oldham, showing in graphic detail the process of meat production. Animals arrive
The film follows the celebrated writer, broadcaster and campaigner Darcus Howe as he attempts to understand and come closer to
Illustrates the situation of elderly children caring for elderly parents, and the power balance shifts that can ensue from that. Looks at
Dams seem to be a source of “clean energy”, or so it is claimed. In truth, dams take a far greater toll on the environment and on loc
Timothy Spall narrates a Documentaryumentary following five young people with Tourette syndrome as they spend a week in a US
Documentary following Beckie Williamson, a teenager diagnosed with terminal bone cancer, as she records a legacy tape for her da
Moving and powerful documentary about Kids Company, a charity for disadvantaged children, and how it used love to turn around t
Documentary which looks in detail at the events of 26th December 2004, the day of the devastating tsunami that claimed hundreds
Second of a two-part special going undercover in Britain’s hospitals, in which a crew spent months filming an undercover nurse on t
                                                                          seeking the families. This first programme focuses on Daniel,
Two-part series looking at adoption from the perspective of children Looks at new IRA terrorist campaign in London in 1974 and 1975
Documentary which investigates the spate of six suicides in just 12 months at Styal women’s prison. It reveals the extraordinary leve
BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Brian Woods’ compelling film tells the intimate and revealing story of the dramatic impact of the ba
Professor Kathy Sykes embarks on a journey to discover the truth about alternative medicines.
In this four-part series, anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens and pathologist Professor John Lee reveal the processes in life that tie us
Documentary concerning the first in-depth look at dogs’ ability to detect cancer in humans. The programme reveals the results of th
'Mermaid syndrome' is one of the rarest abnormalities known to medical science. With her legs fused together from birth, Peruvian g
Documentary about a remarkable anthropological find - the discovery of living human quadrupeds in a remote part of Turkey. Filme

Natural history of the King Cobra, the largest venomous snake in the world
The first of two major documentaries about malaria, this is the story of Peter Kombo, chief of Kiagware village in the Kisii highlands,
The moving story of Clive Wearing, once a talented musician, who 20 years ago was afflicted with a virus that caused brain damage
A look at the annual journey of Emperor penguins as they march -- single file -- to their traditional breeding ground.
Documentary about Harry Harlow, the American research psychologist who conducted some of the most controversial experiments
John Hannah narrates a diverse documentary series investigating the plants, animals and insects that live in the world’s jungles, ma
Natural history documentary series celebrating our planet in all its glory.
The remarkable story of an African fig tree and the special relationship it has with a tiny insect partner.
Arrival of Spring in the British Isles
a series of six half hour programmes taking a fresh look at the traditional Scottish passion for fishing. Two new young presenters tra
Documentary about 12-year-old Akrit Jaswal, who comes from a small village in northern India. The film follows Akrit as he research
The first-ever Roll Back Malaria Concert took place in Dakar, Senegal on 12-13 March 2005. The event featured top African artists
Alan Yentob goes to New York to investigate the perilous business of authenticating works by one of the most original and influentia
about acclaimed and controversial Japanese photographer Nobuyoshi Araki. The film looks at Nobuyoshi Araki's personal life as we
Balderdash & Piffle reveals the hidden histories and intriguing mysteries behind our words, and appeals to the nation to help rewrite
In the first of two films about portraiture, actress Fiona Shaw explores the fascination of the art of other people's faces. Why do artis
Arts documentary series. A profile of the British 1960s singer known as the "white lady of soul".
A story about the riddle of femininity in French cinema.
Andrew Graham-Dixon takes a journey into the art and soul of the Samurai, who ruled Japan for 700 years and were much more tha
This film looks at the popularity of one of England’s favourite hymns and asks whether Jerusalem should be adopted as a national a
The world's leading violinist reaches 30 and embarks on a sabbatical year of self-discovery, re-visiting his roots in Siberia, record
A chronicle of Bob Dylan's strange evolution between 1961 and 1966 from folk singer to protest singer to "voice of a generation" to
Waldemar Januszczak travels across the Muslim world looking at Islamic art and architechture.
Documentary about photographer O.Winston Link and his divorce from his much younger wife Conchita Link who was imprisoned fo
A masterpiece of composition, Francesca's widely admired painting depicts the risen Christ - wearing the expression of "a study ste
David Dimbleby looks at how the wild landscape of the North of England has inspired artists. He visits the Lake District, Northumber
Arts documentary series on artists' self-portraits through the ages. Focussing on three periods in general, Renaissance, post-Renai
Documentary investigating Frank Sinatra's alleged connections with the Mafia.
Award-winning documentary-maker, internationally published art critic and all round Art Geek, Ben Lewis heads off on safari once m
This is the tragic story of Stuart Sutcliffe, the talented young artist who died at the age of 21 from a brain haemorrhage. Not only wa
For the first time, all of the former members of Take That discuss what effect phenomenal success had on their lives and how their
Benjamin Zephaniah, poet refuses the OBE offered on 13 November 2003 by Tony Blair
After the optimism of the 1960s, where was the following decade headed? This documentary series takes a look at the atmosphere
In 1964 a group of seven-year-olds was interviewed for the documentary Seven Up. Every seven years since, director Michael Apte
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. Like many young couples in Estonia, Siiri and Andrus don’t have enough money to
new series which follows a group of men and women, each of whom have a physical disability, as they take on the trek of a lifetime
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. The men of the Greek village of Sugartown have a serious problem, all of the youn
a major 4-part documentary series called China broadcast in April 2006 investigating the face of China through the eyes of Wales' m
Mischief goes looking for the answer to a question people have been asking for thousands of years - is it better to be circumcised o
This drama documentary tells the stories of cocaine addicts in the UK. It is based on verbatim material from addicts and investigate
Former CIA agent Robert Baer -- the model for George Clooney's Oscar-winning role in the 2005 drama Syriana -- hosts this though
Cameras visit Dale Farm, the biggest Irish travellers’ site in Europe - a self-contained world of concrete and caravans in the heart of
My Life as a Child, a new BBC Two series which offers a unique and honest view of the world through the eyes of seven-to-11-year
Behind-the-scenes look at Doctor Who, following the production team, writers and cast as they bring the Time Lord back to the scre
Four-part series in which Dr Rachel Andrew helps teenagers with problems caused by their anger.
three programmes celebrating the traditional folk music of the British Isles
Documentary series taking a look at the atmosphere of the 1970s. This second programme examines how Britain went bust; society
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. Mohammed Allach is the most famous Muslim footballer in Holland, but the traditio
The first episode features Luke Holland’s neighbours, Gary Lee and his brother Mark, who runs a Downland farm close to Ditchling
The first feature-length documentary on Mozart’s life, made to celebrate the 250th anniversary of his birth. Produced with the world’
A look at a variety of conspiracy theories and the truth behind them. Presenter Simon Reeve looks at the war in Iraq and tries to unc
Series in which celebrities trace their ancestry, discovering secrets and surprises from their past. Jeremy Paxman's not sure he's int
Four-part series looking at the murders in which children kill their parents. Featuring interviews with psychiatrists and detectives invo
Series of films that take a witty and mischievous approach to serious issues. Danny Robins sets out to discover just how far reality T
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. Guiseppe, a boxer and former drug dealer for the mob, is turning his back on the s
Most recently they secured access to film at Brixton Mosque in London making 6 x one hour documentaries for the ITV Network. Th
Documentary following murder investigation teams in south London.
In March, an Irish traveller was shot dead on a site in the heart of suburban Surrey. The killing brought to a head the clash of culture
Factual series in which the actor meets various street gangs in cities around the world
Factual series in which the actor meets various street gangs in cities around the world
Three part series on the battle for power in Russia between President Putin and seven of the richest men in the world.
Second in a series of five documentaries set in the director's East Sussex home of Ditchling village.
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. Resat lives in a Kurdish village in Turkey with his wife and three children, but now h
Regional series following landscape photographer Charlie Waite as he travels Scotland and captures some of the country's extraord
   Series in which celebrities trace their ancestry, discovering secrets and surprises from their past. Stephen Fry knows that people
Series in which five experts, archaeologists and historians, take on the challenge of running a farm for a year as it would have been
Series about unusual or controversial weddings. In Israel, Irit and her fiance Eli are having a Reform Wedding - recognised in Britain
Series in which four leading teachers try to turn around 16 underachieving and extremely challenging 13-year-olds, who have been
Documentary series that looks at how addictive and compulsive behaviour can ruin lives. This edition follows patients at the Barley
Animals is a dramatised account of the conflict between animal rights activists and scientists that escalates into an intensely polaris
In 1960 the novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover became the subject of an obscenity trial, a touchpaper for the decade when attitudes tow
Drama documentary about the 1986 explosion at a Soviet nuclear plant which released four hundred times as much radiation as the
Documentary looking at the life of compulsive gambler James Burton.
Drama based on the life of the most important cookery writer of the past century. Cited as a major inspiration by chefs as diverse as
Documentary chronicling the heroism of the 33 passengers and seven crew members on United Airlines Flight 93. Includes dramati
A witty, bright drama adapted from Kenneth Williams’ diaries. It’s a spectacular journey inside the mind of one of British radio, televi
Documentary exploring the background to a near-fatal stabbing incident involving two schoolboys in Manchester in July 2003, in wh
Documentary about Jamaican nurse Mary Seacole who went out to the Crimean war and,in spite of official refusal, nursed and look
Adaptation of Simon Garfield’s best-selling book. On 8 May 1945, the day peace is declared in Europe, four ordinary people are con
Drama with music about Philip Heseltine, known as Peter Warlock, who by his death in 1930 at the age of thirty six had composed s
Drama documentary on the arrest of General Pinochet in London in 1998 and his subsequent detention in suburban Surrey.
Dramatisation of the events surrounding the claims of a young man to be Richard, Duke of York, one of the young Princes in the To
Drama-documentary on the true story of Joyti De-Laurey, a PA at Goldman Sachs who stole a fortune from her employers. Includes
Drama documentary recounting the fate of the Guarantee Group, a handful of forgotten men who helped build the Titanic and perish
Historical drama set aboard HMS Victory during Britain's greatest sea battle, remembered for Britain's defeat of the French navy an
Richard Wilson, Lesley Sharp and Nikki Amuka-Bird perform three dramatic monologues telling the stories of real people in their ow
Told through documentary, drama and first-hand accounts, this revealing film is a unique account of the most ruthless IRA bombing
Drama-documentary about the dramatic events that led up to the day when the last Americans left Vietnam in 1975 by scrambling a
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9/11: The Falling Man is a 2006 documentary film about the picture and the story behind it. 6] 7] It was made by American filmmake
Archbishop Desmond Tutu on Christianity.
On 29 December 1940 Hitler hoped his Luftwaffe would create a firestorm to destroy central London and break the spirit of the Britis
As the nation celebrates VE day, this programme features an epic poem by Simon Armitage that captures the spirit of the Blitz, the
Finding The Fallen is a documentary series that follows the work of this team as they move through time and across the battlefields
Drama-documentary telling the story of the ruthless leader Qin Shi Huangdi who created China more than 2,000 years ago. His mau
Documentary about the teenage newspaper heiress and Berkeley undergrad, Patty Hearst who was kidnapped at gunpoint from her
Hannibal: Enemy of Rome aims to piece together the incredible truth of Hannibal’s journey from North Africa to the Alps, and the wa
Documentary in which Nick Broomfield returns to South Africa to meet the infamous white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche - subj
Director Danny Anker investigates the American film industry’s complex and contradictory responses to the horrors of Nazi German
Based on David Maraniss’s book They Marched into Sunlight, a documentary telling the story of two seemingly unconnected events
Michael Cockerell tells the inside story of the 1975 Referendum, when Britain opted to stay in Europe. Revealing interviews and ofte
Prof David Reynolds tells the story of Labour’s extraordinary post-war government and examines the achievements of Clement Attle
Documentary series telling the stories of Britain’s last surviving World War I veterans, known as Tommies, only 27 of whom remaine
Three-part historical documentary series featuring the unique colour footage taken by pioneering film-maker Claude Friese-Greene
1972 Munich Olympics: before the eyes of millions of television viewers, 11 Israeli athletes are murdered by Black September, a rad
Looks at the female contribution to the war effort during the First World War, serving as nurses and ambulance drivers, working in m
Documentary which looks at the reign of terror of dictator Pol Pot, responsible for the deaths of two million people in the killing fields
Vanessa Engle’s three-part series looks back at the 1970s and 80s, revisiting a passionate and turbulent era when the extreme left
Documentary giving a scientific and archaeological appraisal to Old Testament scriptures, analysing their substance and the truth a
This was a modern battle of such prehistoric brutality that its horror is hard to comprehend. Never have so many soldiers been killed
Series exploring the history of the people and ideas behind what became known as Thatcherism. This edition tells of the radicals in
Documentary recalling events from the final year of the Second World War through original colour film and letters and diaries from s
Documentary about the introduction of the banana to Britain in 1945 and the mass protests which followed the government's attemp
History of the working class
Brad Dourif (Wise Blood , Deadwood ) portrays an alien from the Andromeda galaxy who describes an attempt by Earth astronauts t
Texas is the American state that most embodies the values of the current US administration. Everyone is affected by these values,
Documentary about four disabled people looking for love. Simon has cerebral palsy and uses a wheelchair. He’s fed up of being on
After unprecedented rainfall, the desert of Death Valley burst into flower. Unseen in living memory, the flowers drew tourists from ar
In parts of Poland, unemployment is as high as 40% and wages are very low. The UK can seem like a ‘promised land’ of opportunity
film about people who own Robot Dogs. Retailing at £1500 these Aibos are the first artificial intelligence companions for the domest
Twenty-five years ago the renowned art critic Robert Hughes made The Shock of the New, a landmark television series that examin
Somewhere in the wilderness of Bengal, a little boy awaits for the return of his mother.
In 1803 the USA was confined to the Atlantic coast. The West was an unmapped land through which no white man had travelled. Th
A surreal look at the remnants of Socialist East Germany - told through a professional look-alike of the ex-president Erich Honecker
The Boy is Jordan Jordan Whitewood—Neal who has Proteus Syndrome.
The four programmes in Channel 4's Dark Side of Modern Love series examine the perils of 21st-century sexual liberation
One Muslim woman’s quest to see if she can spread Islam to the masses. Will a positive spin on Islam take off or will she uncover a
The need for a sense of identity and for a true understanding of family unites us all and in this compelling BBC Four documentary se
                     We follow three British couples as they make a last ditch effort to minimize the damage that their divorces are doing to their children
                     In the 1970's the British tabloids and indeed the world was set alight by the most convincing pictures of the Loch Ness Monster ever
                     A 1972 travelogue spanning 26 days, 14 countries, 12,000 miles from Europe to Soviet Russia.
                     Profiles of two Welsh brothers; Rhodri working in ocean floor technology and Trystan conducting a Welsh Male Voice Choir
                     Series focussing on Palestinian people
                     The Rest is Silence follows the journey of an anonymous, unclaimed body through its progress from discovery to cremation. The film
                     Follows couple Mark and Connie as they battle to deal with Mark's sex addiction and explores Mark's dependency on sex to live his
                     Documentary series: African School about Masindi Secondary School in Uganda. Mrs Mukasa, the new headmistress, is determine
                     Documentary about the rise of anorexia in India. Amanda Burrell travels to Mumbai to find out why and sees if there are lessons we
                     The film calls into question the ability of fair trade to deliver development for poor countries. It argues that fair trade enshrines the in
                     Memorial to the Victorian lunatic asylum
                     Musician Roni Size explores his home city as part of the Picture of Britain season.
                     Stories from survivors of December 2004’s devastating tsunami. On Thailand’s southern coastline, villagers are being forced to figh
                     Stories from survivors of December 2004’s devastating tsunami. In a tsunami relief camp in South India, 18 year old Maha prepares
                     Stories from survivors of December 2004’s devastating tsunami. In the southern Sri Lankan coastal town of Matara, Father Herath’s
                     Stories from survivors of December 2004’s devastating tsunami. The remarkable survival story of 20-year-old Rizal Shaputro. He m
                     Having been unable to talk about this period in history for many years, an intriguing web of stories unfolds through the characters' m
                     The Armstrongs is an access-all-areas insight into the unorthodox and sometimes ruthless business antics that are par for the cours
                     Balderdash & Piffle reveals the hidden histories and intriguing mysteries behind our words, and appeals to the nation to help rewrite
                     Journalist Nicky Taylor undergoes a month of binge drinking as part of an investigation into the growth of alcohol abuse among you
                     The idea of the programm is very simlpe; the presenter (poet Ifor ap Glyn) travelles around Wales only using Welsh. 6 part series
                     The World Health Organisation recommends that all children are breastfed until at least two years. In Britain we think that's downrig
                     Series following presenter Danny Wallace as he attempts to declare his London flat an independent country
                     In July 2005, three billion people around the world watched a glittering line-up of musical legends perform in concerts designed to p
                     Three-part documemtary series using footage from the Mitchell and Kenyon collection of early 20th century films.
                     Documentary about a man who had a sex change after his business and personal life collapsed, only to realise later it was a mistak
                     Looks at Michael Carroll two years on from his enormous lottery win and at his brushes with the police and law since then and what
                     Documentary series about the extraordinary lives of ordinary people. A look at notorious naturist rambler Steve Gough and his girlfr
er The Frontier Post Award for Most Entertaining Documentary

                       Docu-drama. Focuses on how three British Muslims, known as the "Tipton Three" ended up imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba,
                       Documentary on life in the village of Botton in North Yorkshire, part of the Camphill Communities Trust, where around half of the inh
                       Documentary about the World Taxidermy Championships, held over five days with 1,000 entries from 29 countries. Competition is s
                       Documentary series that follows TV presenter Ben Fogle and Olympic gold medal winning rower James Cracknell as they struggle t
                       Activist and Stonewall co-founder Simon Fanshawe presents a critique of the gay scene in Britain, arguing that gay men have failed
                       Bridging the Gap is one of the leading documentary new talent initiatives for cinema and broadcast in the UK, consistently picking
 y process of thawing once icy relaionships has been in progress. The most poignant sign of this is the resumption of sporting relations, especially cricket.
 rural Hungary. We meet its inhabitants, who share with us their daily life as well as their memories of the village's tainted past. We gradually come to unde
 f armed robberies in Baltimore in 1984, with sex as the reason because Debbie could only be turned on by committing a crime before sex. Debbie, now liv

 n whose saucy postcards became an integral part of the British seaside holiday, selling in their millions. Yet the authorities were not so enamoured with hi
 harts a year in the life of Michelle, a pretty, funny twenty five year-old who lives with her mum and son on The World’s End estate in Chelsea. Supplied wi
  the Russian town of Beslan, when terrorists took 1,300 people hostage in a three-day siege. 171 children and over 200 adults died in a chaotic firefight w
 m who trace the memories and the outcomes of the catastrophe to give an alarming snapshot of our times. Victims and their families, friends of the bomb
 ously produced, directed, and edited DIG!, which chronicles seven years of the lives of two neo-psychedelic bands, The Dandy Warhols and The Brian Jo
 th David Lloyd-Jones and the BBC Concert Orchestra
 heritance that lies in every cell of our body. From IVF treatment, to post traumatic stress disorder, to the food our grandparents ate, the controversial scien
  Destruction..The drama depicts Dr Kelly's time as a United Nations weapons inspector in Iraq in the 1990s and through the frenetic weeks and months in

p of five driven elementary school friends ranging in age from 10 to 13. As the serious rockers prepare for their first ever gig, the boy
 ny animal on the planet. Alastair Cook and Robert Davis managed to persuade two hunters to be filmed…. and in a bizarre coincidence they were both af
nd computer-generated imagery of the explosion. The film won Emmy and BAFTA awards in 2006.
ce capable of frustrating the best efforts of the world’s only superpower - and changing the course of Middle Eastern history.
e past six years. Israeli prime minister Ehud Barak persuades President Clinton to devote his last 18 months in office to helping make peace with PLO lea
 rld premiere of John Osborne’s ‘Look Back in Anger’, celebrates the life and works of one of the most influential British playwrights, who died in 1994. The
 as to colonise the land over 400 million years ago, as he introduces a host of millipedes, slugs and worms
 tle Platform, Big Stage tells the stories of five conductors from five decades of London's history, rich with period music and archive footage.
dcast as three one-hour episodes on Tuesdays 10th, 17th, 24th May 2005. Two hundred and fifty people responded to advertisements inviting them to spe
 f the New, a landmark television series that examined the key cultural movement of the 20th Century. Now he's back to look at more recent work and to q
 ew king. Philip then decided to take seven women to be his wives and created a new Godly family. Now they all live together in one house in a quiet Engl
  Barrie Penrose into claims by former prime minister Harold Wilson that elements of the security services were plotting to undermine his government.

  the former Soviet Bloc.
ho were given a camera and recorded their life over several months
n the centre of Rhyl – a decaying Welsh seaside resort with one of the highest crime and drug use rates in Britain . After being caught in possession of the
 d World War in Britain and the joy of VE Day. Includes archive film and interviews with a range of people who fought in the war, experienced the Blitz, or w
48 London Olympics. Set against a backdrop of austerity, there were moments when the games were in danger of becoming a farce. British athletes got fit
ondon tube bomber who last July murdered her daughter Jenny and has resigned
n. Sabina Guzzanti's satirical political comedy show (RAIot, a play on the name of the state public TV: RAI)was cancelled by Silvio Berlusconi who controll
 y author Danny Wallace. Could the Waco massacre have been an act of murder committed by the US government?
 ore. Unwanted and unloved, they live in the slums, surviving by begging and living each day as it comes. The film looks at how extreme poverty and socia

 . The predatory fish, which has wiped out the native species, is sold in European supermarkets, while starving Tanzanian families have to make do with th

005 when suicide bombers struck for the first time in Western Europe. Including harrowing interviews with survivors, rescuers and relatives, as well as dra
 and a charismatic former bus driver. The documentary looks at love and class as well as exploring what it was like to be gay in Britain when homosexuali
ake a far greater toll on the environment and on local culture than almost any other form of energy production. The construction of the world’s third largest

 ttempt to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of the devastating tsunami of December 2004.
 ver to take place on Russian soil. Over a thousand people were held at gun-point for three days, finally culminating in tragedy as more than three hundred
  eglect can inflict on their victims, making them incapable of establishing serious loving relationships.
en years later by Born in the USSR: 14UP, with which he won an Emmy Award.The series, in which youngsters who were born in the Soviet Union are por
 es and joys of life with a disabled child. For the last five years Ricochet and Channel 4 have been following the lives of six families and their children who
 d as they battle insurgents and try to build the peace in this compelling portrait of present-day Iraq.
 h Tourettes Syndrome – and his battle to be taken seriously as a talented composer of classical music.
  . She's Grace Kodindo - an obstetrician in the poverty-stricken central African country of Chad
m Samuels leads an army of 100 people who have all been affected by the killer bug MRSA into ten of the hospitals with the worst record for MRSA in the
   General Gershon Hacohen and his men in an operation in August 2005 to remove forcibly thousands of Jewish settlers as a prelude to Gaza being hand
  ves to Kyoto to embark on the arduous training needed to become a geisha.The profession has always been shrouded in controversy, with some believin
y Brent and Gail, who specialise in clearing houses after deaths or divorce and re-selling the items. The also operate a junk shop and are on the lookout fo
  o stage a peaceful revolution in Azerbaijan, a country with a dismal human rights record. They are inspired by similar uprisings in Serbia, Georgia and the
ened fire in a school playground, killing two men and injuring eight children. It was the first school shooting of its kind, and her explanation as to why she h
has happened to the 23 billion dollars entrusted to the British and American coalition for the rebuilding of Iraq
  repreneur. Tony had a difficult start in life - given away as a baby and brought up on one of the hardest estates in Dundee, but he has learnt, in many way
 llowing this intriguing case, filming with the player, obtaining exclusive footage of his mother in captivity, and even interviewing the kidnapper responsible.
 ucted in June 2002. She was not seen again for nine months, kept captive by a man believing he was the messiah. Includes interviews with members of E
Britain’s youth. With unique access to two young offenders centres, the film provides insight into the lives of the children who inhabit a world previously hid
stershire’s Berkeley Hunt as controversy over the ban on fox-hunting rages. From the first hunt of the season through to Christmas, the sport is surrounde
  the Israeli disengagement from Gaza, The Last Stand tells the story of Israeli settlers fighting against their government's plan to evict them from their hom
 orld who have the disease, from dawn on the streets of Phnom Penh to midnight in Rio’s gay clubs
a million people are living with HIV/AIDS. He asks why AIDS is destroying his continent and whether Africans have it in their power to stop the spread of th
  and the challenges they face. 12 year old asperger's sufferer Moneer has to deal with his mother's death, while contemporary Roxanne has to face up to
 der and is trapped in a world of endless order and repetition, where each day is spent positioning objects and counting in twelves. Convinced that unless
  ng care for the elderly
er during which 23 Chinese cocklers lost their lives on the sands of Morecambe Bay. DNA tests have established that remains found by a fisherman in Jul
 with her multiple sclerosis. Alison has directed, and acted in, plays for many years. But, for the past six years has, in her own words, been leading a doub
 in National Health hospitals, and the large numbers of people dying in great and unnecessary pain. Considers the lack of proper training for doctors or the
 as been trying for twenty four years to winning an elected position in his country's government. Set in Azarbaijan region of Iran, the film crew follows Mir Q

hire Ripper 30 years ago. Wilma’s son, Richard attempts to discover the truth about his mother’s death and trace others left motherless by Peter Sutcliffe
n today’s world. In a journey that takes him from the Middle East to the American ‘Bible Belt’, he explores the profound differences between science and r
etail the process of meat production. Animals arrive healthy and whole and are then killed, skinned, eviscerated, butchered and stored in fridges before be
e as he attempts to understand and come closer to his troubled youngest son, Amiri. Amiri has repeatedly found himself in trouble with the law, and Darcu
er balance shifts that can ensue from that. Looks at the relationship and issues between ninety-year old Lew who is cared for by his sixty-five year old son
ake a far greater toll on the environment and on local culture than almost any other form of energy production. The construction of the world’s third largest
  Tourette syndrome as they spend a week in a US summer camp with other young people who share their behaviour. Campers are encouraged to explore
 one cancer, as she records a legacy tape for her daughter Courtney.
aged children, and how it used love to turn around two badly damaged youths
y of the devastating tsunami that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in Asia and Africa. Combining dramatic and often unseen footage with astonishin
 rew spent months filming an undercover nurse on the front line of caring for the elderly and found horrifying evidence of what can happen in the NHS whe
  IRA terrorist campaign in London in 1974 and 1975, with some forty explosions, the assassination of Ross McWhirter, the bombing of prime Edward Hea
 yal women’s prison. It reveals the extraordinary levels of attempted suicide and self-harm at the prison and asks why so many women are driven to try to k
 and revealing story of the dramatic impact of the battle for water ownership on the lives of four disparate groups of people across the developing world an

ssor John Lee reveal the processes in life that tie us to our ultimate fate in death. The two scientists perform a series of autopsy demonstrations at the Inst
n humans. The programme reveals the results of three astonishing scientific trials exploring dogs’ sniffing abilities and includes the first-ever footage of a p
 . With her legs fused together from birth, Peruvian girl Milagros Cerron needs an operation from controversial plastic surgeon Dr Luis Rubio.
uman quadrupeds in a remote part of Turkey. Filmed in secret over the past year, the programme is an intimate portrait of an extraordinary family, and an


mbo, chief of Kiagware village in the Kisii highlands, Kenya, as he battles through the malaria season.
 was afflicted with a virus that caused brain damage, leaving him with severe amnesia. The programme talks to the only person he recognises, his wife De
o their traditional breeding ground.
ducted some of the most controversial experiments ever performed in animal laboratories in an attempt to understand the nature of love, particularly that b
 mals and insects that live in the world’s jungles, many of which have never been filmed before. The programme follows a new generation of hi-tech explo

h a tiny insect partner.

h passion for fishing. Two new young presenters travelled the length and breadth of Scotland to enjoy the pleasures of some of the classic fishing location
northern India. The film follows Akrit as he researches cures for cancer and Aids in his Delhi laboratory, and as he comes to the UK to meet top scientists
March 2005. The event featured top African artists led by internationally renowned Senegalese singer, songwriter and composer Youssou N’Dour and inc
ting works by one of the most original and influential artists of the twentieth century, Andy Warhol. Those who both know and worked closely with Warhol
e film looks at Nobuyoshi Araki's personal life as well as his art.
our words, and appeals to the nation to help rewrite the "greatest book in English"; the Oxford English Dictionary.
ation of the art of other people's faces. Why do artists create portraits? Why do sitters sit for them? Fiona meets artists and subjects including the controve
 ruled Japan for 700 years and were much more than mere warriors.
hether Jerusalem should be adopted as a national anthem
lf-discovery, re-visiting his roots in Siberia, recording the Beethoven Violin Concerto with his mentor Mstislav Rostropovich and commissioning a chall
inger to protest singer to "voice of a generation" to rock star.

h younger wife Conchita Link who was imprisoned for stealing around 1,500 of his photographic prints.
 isen Christ - wearing the expression of "a study steveadore", as one art critic put it - while beneath him the guards slumber. The last of this superb series
 pired artists. He visits the Lake District, Northumberland and the Yorkshire Moors.
  three periods in general, Renaissance, post-Renaissance and contemporary.

und Art Geek, Ben Lewis heads off on safari once more to find out who’s hot and why Art Safari broke the mould of Contemporary Arts Documentary. Here
e age of 21 from a brain haemorrhage. Not only was he a painter whose work showed massive potential, he was also one one of the biggest influences on
enomenal success had on their lives and how their lives have changed since the break-up in 1995. Featuring Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Jason Orang

documentary series takes a look at the atmosphere of the 1970s, where the ideal of the nuclear family began to shift; and gender lines started to become b
 Up. Every seven years since, director Michael Apted has been back to film the participants. They are now 49. What has happened in their lives since we l
tonia, Siiri and Andrus don’t have enough money to get married so when a radio station launches a competition promising the winner the wedding of their
sical disability, as they take on the trek of a lifetime across the rainforests, deserts, rivers and mountains of Nicaragua. The arduous and incredibly challen
  Sugartown have a serious problem, all of the young women left and got married to city boys. Their cunning mayor though, in the hope of getting re-electe
ating the face of China through the eyes of Wales' most innovative
thousands of years - is it better to be circumcised or not? ', the Director, Christopher Sykes, and his assistant Michael Ogden embarked on a voyage of di
d on verbatim material from addicts and investigates this growing problem.
  role in the 2005 drama Syriana -- hosts this thought-provoking documentary about the origins of the modern-day suicide bomber. The film traces the evo
ained world of concrete and caravans in the heart of the Essex countryside. The travellers face eviction - and the barricades are going up
w of the world through the eyes of seven-to-11-year-olds - a sort of snapshot of little Britain.
 d cast as they bring the Time Lord back to the screen.


programme examines how Britain went bust; society became divided; and racism was on the rise
 amous Muslim footballer in Holland, but the traditionally tolerant country has been gripped with racial tension since the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gog
Mark, who runs a Downland farm close to Ditchling in East Sussex. Gary is also master of the local South Down and Eridge hunt.Going for the Kill tells the
 h anniversary of his birth. Produced with the world’s leading orchestras and musicians, told through a 25,000 mile journey along every route Mozart follow
 imon Reeve looks at the war in Iraq and tries to uncover the truth behind the US-led operation
s from their past. Jeremy Paxman's not sure he's interested in family history, but he does love social history. However, he quickly realises that his family's
  ing interviews with psychiatrists and detectives involved in the cases, the behaviour and motivation behind the deaths are analysed
nny Robins sets out to discover just how far reality TV will go. Armed with a totally outrageous and morally bankrupt idea, Danny sets up a fake company a
drug dealer for the mob, is turning his back on the secret and dangerous world of the modern Camorra - the Neapolitan version of the Mafia - in order to m
6 x one hour documentaries for the ITV Network. The series tackled several of the most controversial issues including terrorism and polygamy. The mosqu

ey. The killing brought to a head the clash of cultures between the settled and travelling communities. Out on the open road with the cousin of the murdere


seven of the richest men in the world.

 in Turkey with his wife and three children, but now he’s determined to take a second wife. To do so he must pay out a high bride price, in a Muslim region
cotland and captures some of the country's extraordinary scenery
ses from their past. Stephen Fry knows that people always think of him as being quintessentially English, but his mother is from a large European Jewish f
e of running a farm for a year as it would have been in the reign of King James I.
are having a Reform Wedding - recognised in Britain and America - but not in Israel, where the only legally recognised wedding is the ancient Orthodox ce
 xtremely challenging 13-year-olds, who have been labelled as ‘disaffected’ by the state education system. It is four and a half months into the project and
uin lives. This edition follows patients at the Barley Wood treatment centre, where staff believe that therapy tackles the underlying causes of addiction. Th
nd scientists that escalates into an intensely polarised, vicious and hard-fought battle.
 al, a touchpaper for the decade when attitudes towards class and sex exploded. This drama offers a fictional account of a love affair between two of the ju
 leased four hundred times as much radiation as the Hiroshima bomb. The story is told from the perspective of scientist Valeri Legasov, who later committ

  Cited as a major inspiration by chefs as diverse as Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver and Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Elizabeth David was the original dome
mbers on United Airlines Flight 93. Includes dramatic reconstructions
 ourney inside the mind of one of British radio, television and film’s most popular, peculiar and comic performers. One of its most tragic too. Spanning his e
 g two schoolboys in Manchester in July 2003, in which one of the boys tried to arrange for the other to kill him by creating a web of stories and false identit
  war and,in spite of official refusal, nursed and looked after wounded soldiers there. Looks at her life, background, and nursing work, and includes dramati
  is declared in Europe, four ordinary people are confronting the uncertainties that lie ahead. They are writing down their innermost thoughts and posting th
 eath in 1930 at the age of thirty six had composed some of the most perfect gems of English songwriting and elevated hedonism to an art form.
s subsequent detention in suburban Surrey.
 d, Duke of York, one of the young Princes in the Tower, who survived and went into hiding and then emerged eight years later to claim the throne of Engla
hs who stole a fortune from her employers. Includes contribuutions from some of the real people involved in the case, as well as dramatic reconstuction.
 rgotten men who helped build the Titanic and perished along with the ship. After five years of sweat and toil, the workers were rewarded with berths on the
membered for Britain's defeat of the French navy and for the Nelson's death at the moment of victory. This film takes an alternative view through the eyes o
nologues telling the stories of real people in their own words. Wilson plays Derek, a successful businessman who has been seeing high-class escorts and
 a unique account of the most ruthless IRA bombing campaign ever to hit mainland Britain
 ast Americans left Vietnam in 1975 by scrambling aboard a helicopter on the roof of the C.I.A building in Saigon. Based on powerful personal testimony fro
             [ [
 y behind it. 6] 7] It was made by American filmmaker Henry Singer and filmed by Richard Numeroff, a New York-based director of photography. The film is

  troy central London and break the spirit of the British people. Tens of thousands of incendiary bombs were dropped on the heart of the city. The story of t
on Armitage that captures the spirit of the Blitz, the blackout and the experiences of evacuees, culminating in VE Day itself and what it meant to those who
 they move through time and across the battlefields of France and Belgium, releasing the fallen and their stories of courage and sacrifice from the mud of
  created China more than 2,000 years ago. His mausoleum, containing the remarkable Terracotta Army, was discovered in the 1970s, and experts compa
atty Hearst who was kidnapped at gunpoint from her apartment in 1974. The kidnappers were a small band of young, ferociously militant political radicals,
 l’s journey from North Africa to the Alps, and the war he waged at the heart of ancient Rome itself.
 ous white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche - subject of his ground-breaking 1991 film The Leader, His Driver and the Driver’s Wife. When Broomfield m
 tradictory responses to the horrors of Nazi Germany. Directors, writers and producers recall American ambivalence and denial during the rise of Nazism,
  ling the story of two seemingly unconnected events in October 1967 that changed the course of the Vietnam War. Whilst a US battalion unwittingly march
 ted to stay in Europe. Revealing interviews and often comic archive material evoke the campaign and the Britain of 30 years ago - a world of flares, big ha
 nt and examines the achievements of Clement Attlee. The modest and taciturn Premier is considered by many to be our greatest peace-time leader whos
  rans, known as Tommies, only 27 of whom remained by 2003.
en by pioneering film-maker Claude Friese-Greene as he travelled from Land's End to John O'Groats in the 1920s. Historian Dan Cruickshank retraces th
eli athletes are murdered by Black September, a radical group within the PLO. This is the true story behind the extraordinary mission of revenge planned b
 ving as nurses and ambulance drivers, working in munitions factories, and sometimes filling jobs previously done by men. Also considers the emotional an
 r the deaths of two million people in the killing fields of Cambodia. He used hunger and fear to control not just what his people did and said, but what they
passionate and turbulent era when the extreme left was a significant force and many lived out their profound commitment to a political cause. This edition
  criptures, analysing their substance and the truth about the Israelites and the bible, and how they still inform debate on issues such as homosexuality and
mprehend. Never have so many soldiers been killed in one day’s fighting: 25,000 dead, most in the first hour. The film is based on letters and diaries of so
  as Thatcherism. This edition tells of the radicals in the political wilderness after WWII who saw the foundation of the Welfare State as the thin end of a tot
  gh original colour film and letters and diaries from servicemen and their families. Including footage of the nationwide celebrations that followed the end of
ss protests which followed the government's attempts to restrict it to children and pregnant women

 axy who describes an attempt by Earth astronauts to explore the alien's home planet for possible colonization--a journey depicted using preexisting footag
 ministration. Everyone is affected by these values, so we decided to go to the Lone Star State and take a look at a few museums - and the people and th
  lsy and uses a wheelchair. He’s fed up of being on his own. Oldooz is looking for a soulmate to accept her and her degenerative disability that means she
n in living memory, the flowers drew tourists from around the world. Greetings from Death Valley tells three stories from this forgotten landscape: from the
 e UK can seem like a ‘promised land’ of opportunity, especially since 2004, when Poland joined the EU and the borders opened. This film travels by bus f
 irst artificial intelligence companions for the domestic market and are designed to create strong emotional bonds with their owners.Through a selection of
 f the New, a landmark television series that examined the key cultural movement of the 20th Century. Now he's back to look at more recent work and to q

d land through which no white man had travelled. The American President ordered Captains Lewis and Clark to command a force up the Missouri, to map
sional look-alike of the ex-president Erich Honecker, two former border guards (one East, one West) who photographed each other over the frontier for 18

 the perils of 21st-century sexual liberation
  positive spin on Islam take off or will she uncover a reality where Islam and Britain don’t mix?
 all and in this compelling BBC Four documentary series, six individuals bravely embark on an often intensely emotional journey delving into their family’s p
amage that their divorces are doing to their children. They've all signed up for divorce counselling, where they must learn to love their kids more than they
 convincing pictures of the Loch Ness Monster ever taken. All the shots were taken by photographer Frank Searle and they brought him as much fame as

 stan conducting a Welsh Male Voice Choir

gh its progress from discovery to cremation. The film's focus is not on the body, but on those who guide it through the necessary procedures and the ritual
  and explores Mark's dependency on sex to live his day-to-day life. Follows them as they embark on a three-day intense counselling course, and reveals t
a. Mrs Mukasa, the new headmistress, is determined that all children who have to pay secondary school fees are forced to do so. She has instigated a tou
bai to find out why and sees if there are lessons we can learn from India about eating disorders in Britain. The film provides a unique insight into the lives
 r countries. It argues that fair trade enshrines the in-vogue redefinition of development as ‘survival only’ and questions the idea that we can transform poo


southern coastline, villagers are being forced to fight a second battle with powerful developers attempting to seize their land to create new tourist resorts. O
 ief camp in South India, 18 year old Maha prepares for her wedding day. But all is not as it should be. Losing her beloved mother in the tsunami has rocke
  Sri Lankan coastal town of Matara, Father Herath’s congregation has been on the increase. Local Buddhists have flocked to the Christian church in their
e survival story of 20-year-old Rizal Shaputro. He made headline news when he was rescued and taken to Malaysia having spent eight days adrift in the In
 ng web of stories unfolds through the characters' memories which recapture old but ever-lasting tales of life, death and the struggle between the sexes.
es ruthless business antics that are par for the course at "U-Fit", Coventry's third-biggest double glazing company. The show is narrated by actor Bill Nighy
 our words, and appeals to the nation to help rewrite the "greatest book in English"; the Oxford English Dictionary.
 gation into the growth of alcohol abuse among young British women.
  es around Wales only using Welsh. 6 part series
 at least two years. In Britain we think that's downright weird. But this forthright, revealing and heartwarming film meets a group of women who believe in co
 flat an independent country
 musical legends perform in concerts designed to pressure the G-8 leaders into putting an end to poverty in Africa. But how did Bob Geldof, Bono and Ric
ection of early 20th century films.
 al life collapsed, only to realise later it was a mistake. The film follows his battle to reclaim his manhood, but after seven years as a woman, will he ever be
 rushes with the police and law since then and what has happened in his life.
otorious naturist rambler Steve Gough and his girlfriend, who walked from Lands End to John O’Groats in the nude. The film observes the public’s reaction


e" ended up imprisoned in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, for two years until released without charge.
hill Communities Trust, where around half of the inhabitants have special needs and the remainder are volunteer co-workers.
 th 1,000 entries from 29 countries. Competition is serious business with taxidermists spending months preparing their pieces in an attempt to artistically re
al winning rower James Cracknell as they struggle to race 3000 miles across the Atlantic in a 24ft rowing boat.
 y scene in Britain, arguing that gay men have failed to move with the times
nema and broadcast in the UK, consistently picking up awards, BAFTA's, special mentions and festival screenings in over 40 countries world-wide, it offers
esumption of sporting relations, especially cricket. As india tours Pakistan for the first time in fifteen years, the filmmakers, one Indian and one Pakistani, v
e village's tainted past. We gradually come to understand the extent of the 'arsenic murders' which took place in 1929, when a large group of women were
 by committing a crime before sex. Debbie, now living with a lesbian lover, disputes this and claims Ron is fantasising.

  Yet the authorities were not so enamoured with his bawdy humour, and he was prosecuted for obscenity. Contributors include McGill enthusiasts Roy Hu
 n The World’s End estate in Chelsea. Supplied with stolen and cloned credit cards, Michelle buys to order on the high-street, in exchange for a cut of the
en and over 200 adults died in a chaotic firefight with Russian security forces. One year on, the child survivors of Beslan tell, in an intimate testimony, thei
mes. Victims and their families, friends of the bomber, paramedics, forensics and fire fighters are among those who give testimony and in doing so, bring h
delic bands, The Dandy Warhols and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. After its release in 2004, the film won the Grand Jury Prize 2004 at the Sundance F

 food our grandparents ate, the controversial science of epigenetics could change the way we think about inheritance forever. At the heart of this new field
 90s and through the frenetic weeks and months in which the Blair government attempted to persuade a doubting nation of its case for war.

kers prepare for their first ever gig, the boys encounter a few unforeseen problems, the least of which is their lack of original material
d…. and in a bizarre coincidence they were both after the same animal – a hippo. We follow Lord Rumney to The Gambia, and Derek Taylor, a retired car


onths in office to helping make peace with PLO leader Yasser Arafat. But Barak twice got cold feet, then Ariel Sharon took a walk around Jerusalem’s holi
nfluential British playwrights, who died in 1994. The film’s interviewees include leading playwright John Halpern, Osborne’s authorised biographer, and the

 h period music and archive footage.
e responded to advertisements inviting them to spend six weeks in a monastery, living alongside the monks. The five men who were chosen had little or no
Now he's back to look at more recent work and to question whether modern art can still be shocking in its originality and understanding.
w they all live together in one house in a quiet English town. Filmmaker, Marc Isaacs, insinuates himself into the family to try and understand why seven w
es were plotting to undermine his government.



  in Britain . After being caught in possession of the drug, he's charged with dealing. In court, Jeff's admits to breaking the law, but claims that he's simply
 e who fought in the war, experienced the Blitz, or were children at the time talking about their memories and what VE Day meant to them.
 danger of becoming a farce. British athletes got fit on jelly and custard, the women had to make their own kit, and no one could find the British flag for the

 AI)was cancelled by Silvio Berlusconi who controlled RAI. She interviews satirists from other countries as well as people on the street and in the studio. C

s. The film looks at how extreme poverty and social class controls their environment.

 tarving Tanzanian families have to make do with the leftovers.

 th survivors, rescuers and relatives, as well as dramatic reconstructions of the bombers' last movements, the film is an authoritative account of one of the
at it was like to be gay in Britain when homosexuality was a considered a crime.Filming began before civil partnerships between same sex couples were po
uction. The construction of the world’s third largest dam, the Ralco Dam in Chile, has led to the demise of the indigenous Mapuche-Pehuenche peoples. N


 culminating in tragedy as more than three hundred hostages were killed, almost half of them children. Yet there remain many unanswered questions. This

 ngsters who were born in the Soviet Union are portrayed every seven years, is now resumed with 21UP.The people who are now 21 no longer live in their
wing the lives of six families and their children who have been born with very different types of disability through all the major milestones of their young live



 e hospitals with the worst record for MRSA in the country to give them a good clean. The volunteers turn up unannounced to raise awareness that the ma
 f Jewish settlers as a prelude to Gaza being handed over to the Palestinian authorities. Considers the split in Israeli society between religious Zionists, wh
 been shrouded in controversy, with some believing geisha are little more than high-class prostitutes. At such a young age, does Yukina really understand
 also operate a junk shop and are on the lookout for genuine antiques.
red by similar uprisings in Serbia, Georgia and the Ukraine, where mass protests following rigged elections removed authoritarian regimes from power. H
ng of its kind, and her explanation as to why she had committed the crime - "I don’t like Mondays" - was the inspiration behind the Boomtown Rats’ numbe

  estates in Dundee, but he has learnt, in many ways, to fight to survive
 , and even interviewing the kidnapper responsible.
he messiah. Includes interviews with members of Elizabeth’s family, describing how they never stopped believing that Elizabeth was alive
s of the children who inhabit a world previously hidden from the public
eason through to Christmas, the sport is surrounded by a political storm. Supporters defend tradition, ceremony and rural practicalities, but opponents rage
heir government's plan to evict them from their homes. In August 2005, 8,000 Jewish settlers were forced to leave their homes in the Gaza Strip

 cans have it in their power to stop the spread of the disease
th, while contemporary Roxanne has to face up to her condition. Meanwhile 18 year old Roy is on the lookout for a girlfriend and final year student esther
 s and counting in twelves. Convinced that unless he performs these rituals, dreadful harm will come to his family, Hugh spends up to 18 hours a day tryin

 tablished that remains found by a fisherman in July belong to one of the dead.
 years has, in her own words, been leading a double-life. She has MS, but hasn't told anyone, not even her mother. Alison has kept her condition secret as
nsiders the lack of proper training for doctors or their reluctance to use morphine. Surveys the relatives of those who recently died and gives the results of
zarbaijan region of Iran, the film crew follows Mir Qanbar Heidari as he and his faithful friend Seifollah travel from village to village in pursuit of voters. Mir

and trace others left motherless by Peter Sutcliffe
es the profound differences between science and religion. The 21st Century, he argues, should be an age of reason but we are threatened by the growth
 cerated, butchered and stored in fridges before being transported to retail outlets. The film is also about the men with the sharp knives, the killers and cut
 ly found himself in trouble with the law, and Darcus believes that he is representative of a whole 'lost generation' of young black men. They struggle throu
  Lew who is cared for by his sixty-five year old son Geoff, who is resentful of the demands placed upon him by his father and who wants him to go into a re
uction. The construction of the world’s third largest dam, the Ralco Dam in Chile, has led to the demise of the indigenous Mapuche-Pehuenche peoples. N
 eir behaviour. Campers are encouraged to explore their syndrome through a variety of activities, rather than suppress it as society often demands. What


dramatic and often unseen footage with astonishing life and death testimony of survivors, the film follows the day-long course of the tsunami as it ripped a
ying evidence of what can happen in the NHS when you are old and not a priority
oss McWhirter, the bombing of prime Edward Heath's flat, and the Balcombe Street siege in which a couple were held hostage for six days. Includes dram
and asks why so many women are driven to try to kill themselves when they end up inside
e groups of people across the developing world and in the heart of the planet’s richest nation: families in Bolivia, India, Tanzania and the USA

 orm a series of autopsy demonstrations at the Institute of Plastination in Heidelberg, Germany, which present a clear view of the anatomy and pathology.
 g abilities and includes the first-ever footage of a pet dog spontaneously alerting its owner to a potential cancer
versial plastic surgeon Dr Luis Rubio.
 ntimate portrait of an extraordinary family, and an examination of the intense scientific debate the family’s existence has fuelled. American paleoanthropol



 talks to the only person he recognises, his wife Deborah, who discusses her marriage to a man whose memory spans only seven seconds. Clive does no

to understand the nature of love, particularly that between mother and child. His work influenced the formation of crucial policies which operate in children
gramme follows a new generation of hi-tech explorers, armed with infra-red and thermal-imaging cameras, as they uncover jungle secrets. This episode in



he pleasures of some of the classic fishing locations, as well as identifying some unexpected new ones. The series featured magnificent scenery, charisma
  and as he comes to the UK to meet top scientists who give their verdict on this young prodigy. And psychologists give their opinion on what effect Akrit’s
songwriter and composer Youssou N’Dour and including established stars such as Baaba Maal, Salif Keita, Orchestra Baobab, Manu Dibango and Khaled
 e who both know and worked closely with Warhol give their insights into his unusual working methods, while others speak openly about the experience of


a meets artists and subjects including the controversial painter Stuart Pearson Wright, photographer Rankin, and sculptor Marc Quinn. She also talks with
 Mstislav Rostropovich and commissioning a challenging Viola Concerto from Benjamin Yusupov that will also require him to study rock and jazz impro




 he guards slumber. The last of this superb series focuses on Piero della Francesca's The Resurrection, described by Kenneth Clark as 'one of the suprem



he mould of Contemporary Arts Documentary. Here he meets the French artist Sophie Calle. To find out more visit www.benlewis.tv or www.artsafari.tv
 l, he was also one one of the biggest influences on the Beatles, providing them with both their style and their name during his brief time as their bassist. W
 uring Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Mark Owen

egan to shift; and gender lines started to become blurred. Contributors including Ekow Eshun, creative director of London’s ICA; entrepreneur David Gold
ow 49. What has happened in their lives since we last met them at 42?
 petition promising the winner the wedding of their dreams, they jump at the chance. But competition is fierce for a prize worth twice the average Estonian
s of Nicaragua. The arduous and incredibly challenging route takes the participants from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean in a journey that will test them to
ning mayor though, in the hope of getting re-elected, has contacted the mayor of a Russian village who has gathered 300 young women looking for foreig

istant Michael Ogden embarked on a voyage of discovery across Britain and the United States.

odern-day suicide bomber. The film traces the evolution of this disturbing tradition of martyrdom and also tells the story of the world's first-known suicide b
- and the barricades are going up




nsion since the murder of filmmaker Theo van Gogh by a Muslim fundamentalist. Allach has been transformed into a spokesman for tolerant Islam and hi
th Down and Eridge hunt.Going for the Kill tells the inside story of Gary’s final fox hunting season. Access to the wary hunting fraternity gives an unusually
5,000 mile journey along every route Mozart followed, this detective story takes us to the heart of genius

tory. However, he quickly realises that his family's story is inextricably linked to that of Britain, in particular to the working class communities in Glasgow an
 ind the deaths are analysed
 lly bankrupt idea, Danny sets up a fake company and tries to sell his fake idea ‘Let’s Make A Baby’ to the world. His journey takes him from the bizarre wo
 the Neapolitan version of the Mafia - in order to marry his sweetheart Mena. Another man also making a stand is Don Luigi Merola, a catholic priest who n
sues including terrorism and polygamy. The mosque leaders had had many previous approaches from other production companies for permission to film,

 ut on the open road with the cousin of the murdered man, cameras tell the inside story of gypsy life - searching for work, setting up camp in parks, and do




must pay out a high bride price, in a Muslim region where polygamy and honour killings are common. Inbreeding is taken for granted with no regard for the

h, but his mother is from a large European Jewish family. Stephen traces his maternal grandfather, Martin Neumann, back to modern-day Slovakia, and fin

ally recognised wedding is the ancient Orthodox ceremony in which the woman has to be a virgin and undergo ritual purification in a bath. To make matters
 m. It is four and a half months into the project and the children are back in school. While some have made noticeable improvement, others show no sign o
 apy tackles the underlying causes of addiction. The complex step system dissects fears and insecurities, breaks down barriers shielding deep-rooted pain

tional account of a love affair between two of the jurors, as they fall under the influence of DH Lawrence’s words
 tive of scientist Valeri Legasov, who later committed suicide, and the reconstruction exposes the disturbing truth that victims of Chernobyl were victims of

Whittingstall, Elizabeth David was the original domestic goddess. David’s public image was of an elegant, respectable and somewhat austere figure. In rea

 formers. One of its most tragic too. Spanning his entire life, this is the story of Williams’ career and private life, recreating some of his greatest performanc
 ill him by creating a web of stories and false identities using the internet.
  ckground, and nursing work, and includes dramatised elements using written eye-witness testimonies, newspaper reports and her own autobiography.
 riting down their innermost thoughts and posting them to the Mass Observation Office, a remarkable project involving hundreds of people who have volun
 g and elevated hedonism to an art form.

 erged eight years later to claim the throne of England, now held by Henry VII. He was executed as the imposter Perkin Warbeck. Considers the backgrou
 d in the case, as well as dramatic reconstuction.
  toil, the workers were rewarded with berths on the maiden voyage to America, only to die along with 1,500 other passengers. Enhanced by computer gen
 is film takes an alternative view through the eyes of Victory's surgeon, William Beatty, and his team
 man who has been seeing high-class escorts and prostitutes with full knowledge of his wife. Sharp plays a high-class escort who used to make up to 1000

n Saigon. Based on powerful personal testimony from those who were there and featuring interviews with Americans and South Vietnamese
ew York-based director of photography. The film is loosely based on Junod's Esquire story. It also drew its material from photographer Lyle Owerko's pictu

 ere dropped on the heart of the city. The story of that awe-inspiring night is told in a feature-length documentary that brings eyewitness accounts to life us
 ng in VE Day itself and what it meant to those who had been through the war. The poem is illustrated by archive, reconstruction, and interviews with a ran
 r stories of courage and sacrifice from the mud of the First World War battles in which they fought and died.. At the end of the Great War, nearly two millio
 , was discovered in the 1970s, and experts compare the descriptions of the emperor's tomb with what they have found.
and of young, ferociously militant political radicals, dedicated to the rights of prisoners and the working class, calling themselves the Symbionese Liberatio

s Driver and the Driver’s Wife. When Broomfield meets the former leader of the Neo-Nazi Afrikaner Resistance Movement (AWB) for the second time, he
 mbivalence and denial during the rise of Nazism, the silence of the postwar years and the industry’s response when those most deeply affected by the ev
 tnam War. Whilst a US battalion unwittingly marched into a Viet Cong ambush which killed 61 young men, half a world away angry students at the Univer
he Britain of 30 years ago - a world of flares, big hair, industrial strife and a profound public insecurity about Britain’s place in the world
 y many to be our greatest peace-time leader whose legacy still proudly remains in the shape of the NHS

  the 1920s. Historian Dan Cruickshank retraces the route
 nd the extraordinary mission of revenge planned by Israel in response.
 usly done by men. Also considers the emotional and financial impact of the deaths of men in families.
 ot just what his people did and said, but what they wore, where they lived, even who they loved. Though no true record was filmed of his new society, with
ound commitment to a political cause. This edition recalls Villa Road, a street in Brixton where squatters lived by their left-wing beliefs - communal living, c
 form debate on issues such as homosexuality and the right to life.
 hour. The film is based on letters and diaries of soldiers who witnessed the battle at first hand and wrote down what they saw and felt. Focusing on these
ndation of the Welfare State as the thin end of a totalitarian wedge. At first they were seen as cranks, but gradually they attracted supporters within the pol
 e nationwide celebrations that followed the end of the war in Europe. Narrated by Joss Ackland


 zation--a journey depicted using preexisting footage of real astronauts during a space shuttle flight and divers under the Antarctic ice cap. This is science
  a look at a few museums - and the people and things associated with them - to try and get to grips with Texan culture. Part road trip, part exhibition, Co
 her and her degenerative disability that means she needs 24-hour care. Autistic Clifford leads a hectic social life, but the only thing he hasn’t got is a girlfr
 ee stories from this forgotten landscape: from the last two residents in a gold rush town; from a village at the edge of a lake dried up to feed water to the d
  and the borders opened. This film travels by bus from Bialystok to London to witness economic migration firsthand. We follow the fortunes of a few of the
nal bonds with their owners.Through a selection of Aibo enthusiasts we explore how much space the human heart might have for a machine, and the begin
Now he's back to look at more recent work and to question whether modern art can still be shocking in its originality and understanding.

 Clark to command a force up the Missouri, to map out these lands, and to promise the native inhabitants the protection of The United States who would br
 o photographed each other over the frontier for 18 years, and a man with a dream to rebuild the GDR (complete with a new Berlin Wall) in a bleak East G



 nsely emotional journey delving into their family’s past. Each 30 minute film is a journey of discovery – taking our participants on an inspirational journey.
e they must learn to love their kids more than they hate their Ex. Over six months these couples, find a way to come together for the sake of their children
ank Searle and they brought him as much fame as they did to the monster. However the scientific community were doubtful to say the least - even those w



 it through the necessary procedures and the rituals leading to its interment. The progression to a silent state of the person who is now a corpse and for wh
hree-day intense counselling course, and reveals the complusive and destructive nature of sexual addiction.
  fees are forced to do so. She has instigated a tough regime intended to catch the defaulters and ensure she can in turn pay her hard pressed staff their f
n. The film provides a unique insight into the lives of modern-day Indians - from businesswomen to models, plastic surgeons to slum-dwellers ? and is also
 and questions the idea that we can transform poor farmers’ lives by paying a few extra pennies while we shop. According to Ceri Dingle, director of WOR


g to seize their land to create new tourist resorts. One Buddhist village is fighting to rebuild, armed only with a faith that has no God and no easy answers
 osing her beloved mother in the tsunami has rocked her faith in god and she no longer believes the wedding should go ahead. However, Maha has no sa
dhists have flocked to the Christian church in their droves. Many of them have abandoned their own religion, some in search of miracles, others drawn by
  to Malaysia having spent eight days adrift in the Indian Ocean after his home in Aceh, Indonesia took the full force of the earthquake, and the tsunami tha
 f life, death and the struggle between the sexes.
 company. The show is narrated by actor Bill Nighy.



ing film meets a group of women who believe in continuing to breastfeed for as long as their children want

y in Africa. But how did Bob Geldof, Bono and Richard Curtis pull off nine concerts with over a hundred top-selling artists in less than three months? Exclu

 but after seven years as a woman, will he ever be accepted as a fully-fledged male again?

in the nude. The film observes the public’s reaction - will they be allowed to roam free, will they be arrested or will they be attacked?



volunteer co-workers.
preparing their pieces in an attempt to artistically resuscitate the dead and win taxidermy’s highest awards. Ken from Canada is trying to mount a life-sized


screenings in over 40 countries world-wide, it offers a creative training programme alongside production. This year five short documentaries with a budget
rs, the filmmakers, one Indian and one Pakistani, visit each other's family and homelands to glimpse feelings on both sides of the border.
 place in 1929, when a large group of women were held responsible for poisoning their husbands with the so-called 'flypaper' method. Having been unable


ty. Contributors include McGill enthusiasts Roy Hudd, Roy Hattersley and Michael Winner
der on the high-street, in exchange for a cut of the proceeds. She uses the money to fund her chronic drug habit. But Michelle wants to change her life for
rvivors of Beslan tell, in an intimate testimony, their accounts of those three days in hell and talk about how they are struggling to rebuild their lives
 those who give testimony and in doing so, bring home the tragedy more powerfully than any amount of political rhetoric
 won the Grand Jury Prize 2004 at the Sundance Film Festival, and is now part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC

 ut inheritance forever. At the heart of this new field is the idea that our genes have a memory - that the lives of our grandparents can directly affect us, de
 doubting nation of its case for war.

ast of which is their lack of original material and the most annoying of which is their singer-turned-manager dad whose eye-rolling an
ey to The Gambia, and Derek Taylor, a retired caravan salesman from South London to South Africa. How do Lord Rumney and Derek Taylor justify their


 Ariel Sharon took a walk around Jerusalem’s holiest mosques and peace-making was over. Clinton, Barak, Arafat and Sharon tell what happened as the
Halpern, Osborne’s authorised biographer, and the programme includes previously unseen footage of some of the original stage performances of Osborne


nks. The five men who were chosen had little or no experience of Catholicism or monastic life.
s originality and understanding.
 into the family to try and understand why seven women have chosen to live under the rule of one man.




ts to breaking the law, but claims that he's simply giving cannabis, free-of-charge, to sick people in need of medication. Jeff then expands his operation a
 and what VE Day meant to them.
wn kit, and no one could find the British flag for the opening ceremony

as well as people on the street and in the studio. Considers the hold Berlusconi has over the media and how critical programmes and journalists have bee




 s, the film is an authoritative account of one of the biggest news events of the year.
vil partnerships between same sex couples were possible, but the film culminates in the extravagant marriage of Andrew and Jeremy.
of the indigenous Mapuche-Pehuenche peoples. Neither the Incas nor centuries-long occupation by Spanish colonialists were enough to drive the proud M


et there remain many unanswered questions. This investigation aims to be the fullest and most dramatic account of this brutal event yet told

 .The people who are now 21 no longer live in their native country, but in Russia, Kyrgyzstan, as immigrants in Israel or even adopted (as a result of the fir
 hrough all the major milestones of their young lives.



n up unannounced to raise awareness that the majority of deaths each year due to the superbug could be prevented if there were better standards of hyg
plit in Israeli society between religious Zionists, who believe that settlement of the land is part of a religious obligation, and more secular Israelis who see
such a young age, does Yukina really understand what this ancient profession has in store for her?
ons removed authoritarian regimes from power. However, unlike those revolts they don’t have the backing of the West, as Azerbaijan is considered an all
the inspiration behind the Boomtown Rats’ number one hit song



 believing that Elizabeth was alive

remony and rural practicalities, but opponents rage about murder
d to leave their homes in the Gaza Strip


okout for a girlfriend and final year student esther vividly explains the world in which she lives.
his family, Hugh spends up to 18 hours a day trying to keep his life and home as ordered as possible, but a leading psychiatrist hopes he can discover the


her mother. Alison has kept her condition secret as she fears a backlash! She may not get any work, her friends may desert her.....morehttp://www.mymul
of those who recently died and gives the results of their experiences.
avel from village to village in pursuit of voters. Mir Qanbar talks about his goals as a polit- ician and comments on major issues.


 ge of reason but we are threatened by the growth of religious faith, an indulgence of irrationality that is nourishing extremism, division and terror.
  the men with the sharp knives, the killers and cutters - white, working class men and the immigrants, both Jewish and Muslim, with whom they work
eneration' of young black men. They struggle through a dramatic series of setbacks, and at the end of the film arrive at a moving reconciliation on a chaoti
 him by his father and who wants him to go into a residential home. Pyschological issues come into play as Lew, who is demanding and used to being in ch
of the indigenous Mapuche-Pehuenche peoples. Neither the Incas nor centuries-long occupation by Spanish colonialists were enough to drive the proud M
 than suppress it as society often demands. What are the challenges of living with Tourettes, and will the teenagers leave better equipped to deal with the


s the day-long course of the tsunami as it ripped apart thousands of miles of coastline and tells how some of the most primitive people on the planet, inclu

uple were held hostage for six days. Includes dramatisations and archive footage.

n Bolivia, India, Tanzania and the USA

resent a clear view of the anatomy and pathology. With the aid of human dissection, live models and scientific models they are able to reveal what diseas


 ’s existence has fuelled. American paleoanthropologists think their skeletons could hold vital clues about the origin of man, and a Turkish neurophysiolog



memory spans only seven seconds. Clive does not know Deborah's age, her job, or where she lives, and he cannot read a book, watch a film or even go

mation of crucial policies which operate in children's homes, social service agencies and the birthing industry in countries throughout the world today.
as, as they uncover jungle secrets. This episode includes the first ever film sequence of the elusive and endangered Sumatran tiger



 The series featured magnificent scenery, charismatic local characters and some of the finest culinary experiences available in the country, including fish a
 chologists give their opinion on what effect Akrit’s achievements are having on his childhood
eita, Orchestra Baobab, Manu Dibango and Khaled as well as rising young African talents. The event reached roughly 30,000 spectators and an additiona
while others speak openly about the experience of having their investments turned into wallpaper overnight


ankin, and sculptor Marc Quinn. She also talks with the artist Victoria Russell, who painted the actress's striking portrait in the National Portrait Gallery
will also require him to study rock and jazz improvisation on the electric violin with the legendary Didier Lockwood, and finally dance tango on stage.




, described by Kenneth Clark as 'one of the supreme works of painting' and by Aldous Huxley as 'the greatest picture in the world'. (A child being taught in



 more visit www.benlewis.tv or www.artsafari.tv
 their name during his brief time as their bassist. With contributions from Stuart’s fiancee, Astrid Kirschherr, and his sister Pauline


director of London’s ICA; entrepreneur David Gold; writer Miranda Sawyer; filmmaker Don Letts and politicians Lord Tebbit and Martin Bell give their view

 ierce for a prize worth twice the average Estonian salary. Can Siiri and Andrus convince the panel of judges their relationship is the most worthy?
 he Pacific Ocean in a journey that will test them to their limits. The last Westerner to attempt this route was Christopher Columbus in 1492, but he had a g
 has gathered 300 young women looking for foreign husbands. Against the odds and local traditions which frown upon mixed marriages, the men from Sug



o tells the story of the world's first-known suicide bomber, a 13-year-old Iranian boy named Hossein Fahmideh, who is now a national hero.




formed into a spokesman for tolerant Islam and his marriage to a white woman has become an example of racial tolerance against a backdrop of burning
ss to the wary hunting fraternity gives an unusually frank account of the traditional sport of fox hunting, both before and after the February 2005 ban.


ar to the working class communities in Glasgow and Bradford. He traces the life of his maternal grandmother in the Salvation Army and the migration of h

he world. His journey takes him from the bizarre world of cable TV and promo shoots with ex-Big Brother stars Craig and Makosi, via a Slovakian reality T
 a stand is Don Luigi Merola, a catholic priest who now lives with armed bodyguards since he spoke out against the mob killing of a 14-year-old girl
other production companies for permission to film, but after getting to know Caroline and Ted felt they could trust them to be fare and objective.

 arching for work, setting up camp in parks, and dodging the police and the bailiffs.




breeding is taken for granted with no regard for the medical consequences, in a hidden world which the Turkish authorities are desperate to keep hidden

 n Neumann, back to modern-day Slovakia, and finds out what happened to the relatives who didn't manage to escape the Nazis. He also solves a myster

 dergo ritual purification in a bath. To make matters worse, Eli’s family are strictly Orthodox and are threatening not to show up at their son’s wedding
 de noticeable improvement, others show no sign of change. Each child must take charge of a classroom full of primary school kids. The aim is for them to
s, breaks down barriers shielding deep-rooted pain and aims to prepare patients for the outside world without the physical or emotional need for drugs
bing truth that victims of Chernobyl were victims of secrecy and denial by those in authority, who believed the threat of the truth was far worse than the thr

t, respectable and somewhat austere figure. In reality she was a deeply unconventional person with a profound passion for food, life and men

ate life, recreating some of his greatest performances and giving a poignant insight into his professional hopes, personal upsets and sexual frustrations of

newspaper reports and her own autobiography.
oject involving hundreds of people who have volunteered to chronicle their daily lives. The interweaving of their stories offers a vivid snapshot of the nation


mposter Perkin Warbeck. Considers the background of continued rivalry between the Houses of York and Lancaster and the political context of the time.

500 other passengers. Enhanced by computer generated imagery, the extraordinary story is one of violence, high political drama, tragedy and despair

s a high-class escort who used to make up to 1000 pounds per evening, but has noted that getting older is not doing her career much good. Amuka-Bird p

h Americans and South Vietnamese
 its material from photographer Lyle Owerko's pictures of falling people. It debuted on March 16, 2006, on the British television network Channel 4. It later

 mentary that brings eyewitness accounts to life using dramatic reconstructions and CGI.
y archive, reconstruction, and interviews with a range of people who talk movingly about their wartime memories and what VE Day meant to them
died.. At the end of the Great War, nearly two million soldiers were missing, presumed dead.

lass, calling themselves the Symbionese Liberation Army. As well as many bank robberies and murders, they achieved an undeniable visionary manipula

 istance Movement (AWB) for the second time, he witnesses a man struggling to reinvent himself in a new South Africa
sponse when those most deeply affected by the events began to speak
 en, half a world away angry students at the University of Wisconsin were protesting the presence of Dow Chemical recruiters on campus
bout Britain’s place in the world




h no true record was filmed of his new society, with the help of carefully researched drama scenes and drawing on Pol Pot’s own words and of those who w
 lived by their left-wing beliefs - communal living, collective action and an unswerving commitment to Marxist ideology

e down what they saw and felt. Focusing on these stories the horror of the battle is made real by combining beautifully shot drama with moving archive foo
t gradually they attracted supporters within the political mainstream. It was only when Margaret Thatcher became leader of the Conservative party that the



divers under the Antarctic ice cap. This is science fiction at its most conceptual, with far more in common with the more cerebral stories of Arthur C. Clark
th Texan culture. Part road trip, part exhibition, Collecting Texas is a quirky and unexpected investigation into some of the beliefs of Texan people.
 ocial life, but the only thing he hasn’t got is a girlfriend. Nick has just started his first relationship with a girl called Lisa. Both have cerebral palsy which aff
at the edge of a lake dried up to feed water to the distant city of Los Angeles; and from the proposed site of the storage dump for all of the USA's nuclear w
on firsthand. We follow the fortunes of a few of the many who make the journey in search of work – from young people who have never left their country b
man heart might have for a machine, and the beginnings of a future where Rover’s a robot. As the Aibo is an artifical imitation of life so our film mixes real
s originality and understanding.

s the protection of The United States who would bring them freedom, peace, friendship, and wealth. 200 years later, a group of enthusiastic patriots, retire
complete with a new Berlin Wall) in a bleak East German town with 70% unemployment.



aking our participants on an inspirational journey. For some, the search will end with their family history exposed as nothing more than myth or delusions o
 way to come together for the sake of their children.
munity were doubtful to say the least - even those who were also looking for the monster were less than complimentary about Searle and his work. In 1984



 state of the person who is now a corpse and for whom all this work is carried out, is the core of the film. Without sensationalising, the film documents even

 e she can in turn pay her hard pressed staff their full salaries. Eddie, an orphan, tries to scrape the school fees money together through odd jobs and supp
 els, plastic surgeons to slum-dwellers ? and is also a powerful personal journey, as Amanda used to be anorexic herself
 e shop. According to Ceri Dingle, director of WORLDwrite, the focus on fair trade is ‘a moralistic campaign which facilitates Western guilt and pity for the


 with a faith that has no God and no easy answers
dding should go ahead. However, Maha has no say in the matter as this marriage represents the last vestige of honour for her family
gion, some in search of miracles, others drawn by talk of the mysterious protection that is rumoured to surround the church
he full force of the earthquake, and the tsunami that followed




 top-selling artists in less than three months? Exclusive behind the scenes footage of the run-up to the event and in-depth interviews with Live 8's all-star c



 ted or will they be attacked?




 ds. Ken from Canada is trying to mount a life-sized prehistoric Great Elk, while Texan Roy travels to South Africa in search of the perfect leopard to stuff


 . This year five short documentaries with a budget of up to £16K each (8K cash, 8K in-kind) will be commissioned at an industry pitching session in Decem
elings on both sides of the border.
he so-called 'flypaper' method. Having been unable to talk about this period in history for many years, an intriguing web of stories unfolds through the char



 ug habit. But Michelle wants to change her life for the sake of her son and thinks taking part in the filming may help her break the pattern of drugs and crim
how they are struggling to rebuild their lives

ion of the Museum of Modern Art in NYC

lives of our grandparents can directly affect us, despite never experiencing these things yourself


 r-turned-manager dad whose eye-rolling antics and pep talks are more than the band mates can bear. As their big debut approaches
 ow do Lord Rumney and Derek Taylor justify their love of killing animals and what drives them to pull the trigger?


arak, Arafat and Sharon tell what happened as the peace process failed and the intifada violence exploded
ome of the original stage performances of Osborne’s most famous plays




d of medication. Jeff then expands his operation and opens up a cannabis coffee shop. Enraged local activists try to plot his downfall. Jeff may have beco



 how critical programmes and journalists have been forced off the air.




rriage of Andrew and Jeremy.
anish colonialists were enough to drive the proud Mapuche-Pehuenche from their territories. Yet today their land lies buried beneath the waters of the Bíob


c account of this brutal event yet told

ants in Israel or even adopted (as a result of the first documentary) by families in the United States.Adopted, but homesick. This nostalgia emerges time a




be prevented if there were better standards of hygiene in hospitals
ous obligation, and more secular Israelis who see them as a divisive and controversial and a hinderance to peace with the Palestinans.
ing of the West, as Azerbaijan is considered an ally in the war on terror




 ut a leading psychiatrist hopes he can discover the fears and anxieties that fuel Hugh's obsessive behaviour


 r friends may desert her.....morehttp://www.mymultiplesclerosis.co.uk/alisonpeebles

mments on major issues.


nourishing extremism, division and terror.
oth Jewish and Muslim, with whom they work
 e film arrive at a moving reconciliation on a chaotic trip to the countryside.
 as Lew, who is demanding and used to being in charge and getting his own way does not want that, whilst Geoff is torn between duty and being irritated a
anish colonialists were enough to drive the proud Mapuche-Pehuenche from their territories. Yet today their land lies buried beneath the waters of the Bíob
e teenagers leave better equipped to deal with their condition?


me of the most primitive people on the planet, including Onge tribesmen, survived




 ientific models they are able to reveal what disease really looks like and how it works


ut the origin of man, and a Turkish neurophysiologist believes they are wholesale genetic throwbacks



nd he cannot read a book, watch a film or even go for a walk

dustry in countries throughout the world today.
d endangered Sumatran tiger



xperiences available in the country, including fish and chips! 270,000 viewers regularly watched the programme.

ached roughly 30,000 spectators and an additional audience of one billion worldwide via television, DVD, radio and CD, celebrating the continent's creativ



 striking portrait in the National Portrait Gallery
 dier Lockwood, and finally dance tango on stage. A portrait of a restless master talent, at the height of his powers but still in development, searching




 eatest picture in the world'. (A child being taught in an art class is filmed asking innocently if Huxley had seen all the pictures in the world.) The figure of C




herr, and his sister Pauline


 iticians Lord Tebbit and Martin Bell give their views on what exactly made the decade unique - for better or worse

 dges their relationship is the most worthy?
 was Christopher Columbus in 1492, but he had a galleon and then only made it half-way.
 ch frown upon mixed marriages, the men from Sugartown set out on a great journey, determined to change their lives



hmideh, who is now a national hero.




 e of racial tolerance against a backdrop of burning mosques
 both before and after the February 2005 ban.


mother in the Salvation Army and the migration of his father's family from Suffolk to Yorkshire

 r stars Craig and Makosi, via a Slovakian reality TV contestant with a small dog, to the centre of the TV universe at Cannes where he pitches his big idea
 against the mob killing of a 14-year-old girl
ould trust them to be fare and objective.




 Turkish authorities are desperate to keep hidden

 nage to escape the Nazis. He also solves a mystery that surrounds his father's mother

atening not to show up at their son’s wedding
m full of primary school kids. The aim is for them to develop empathy with their teachers
thout the physical or emotional need for drugs
ed the threat of the truth was far worse than the threat of the radiation itself

rofound passion for food, life and men

 hopes, personal upsets and sexual frustrations of a man who was uncomfortable in his own skin


 of their stories offers a vivid snapshot of the nation during these crucial months


 nd Lancaster and the political context of the time.

ence, high political drama, tragedy and despair

 r is not doing her career much good. Amuka-Bird plays a young Ugandan girl who has turned to prostitution to survive


on the British television network Channel 4. It later made its North American premiere on Canada's CBC Newsworld on September 6, 2006, and has been


memories and what VE Day meant to them


s, they achieved an undeniable visionary manipulation of the media, inciting perhaps the first modern media frenzy



w Chemical recruiters on campus




 rawing on Pol Pot’s own words and of those who were closest to him, the film charts his rise to power


ning beautifully shot drama with moving archive footage.
 r became leader of the Conservative party that they saw a champion



on with the more cerebral stories of Arthur C. Clarke or Isaac Asimov than the action-packed space opera of Star Wars , or even the chilly suspense of 200
on into some of the beliefs of Texan people.
girl called Lisa. Both have cerebral palsy which affects their speech and their mobility
e of the storage dump for all of the USA's nuclear waste. Told through the voices of residents living with the consequences of these events, the film is thre
m young people who have never left their country before to older men who are desperate to make a living after facing redundancy in their homeland.
 is an artifical imitation of life so our film mixes real owners with a fictional character playing improvised scenes based on genuine research.


0 years later, a group of enthusiastic patriots, retired soldiers, and proud descendants of the original unit are re-enacting each day of that four year voyage




 exposed as nothing more than myth or delusions of grandeur. For others there is a happy ending.
complimentary about Searle and his work. In 1984, against a background of violence, threats and intrigue, Frank Searle simply disappeared and was neve



 Without sensationalising, the film documents events through a series of significant moments that are revealing and poignant.

ool fees money together through odd jobs and support from his brother

 ign which facilitates Western guilt and pity for the poor’.



stige of honour for her family




event and in-depth interviews with Live 8's all-star cast -- including Robbie Williams, Sir Paul McCartney, Travis and Annie Lennox -- combine to tell a stor




uth Africa in search of the perfect leopard to stuff


missioned at an industry pitching session in December.
n intriguing web of stories unfolds through the characters' memories which recapture old but ever-lasting tales of life, death and the struggle between the s



ng may help her break the pattern of drugs and crime




tes can bear. As their big debut approaches, Hatred suffers another blow: their bassist quits. Despite being out one member and thre




ctivists try to plot his downfall. Jeff may have become a wealthy man in the cut-throat haulage business, and gained a reputation as a ruthless businessm




heir land lies buried beneath the waters of the Bíobío River. The enormous dam was built by the giant Spanish energy producer ENDESA with the blessin




pted, but homesick. This nostalgia emerges time and again in the interviews, together with pipe dreams, hope and despair. It turns out that their new freed




e to peace with the Palestinans.
ilst Geoff is torn between duty and being irritated and fed up with looking after a difficult man with whom he has always had a fraught relationship.
heir land lies buried beneath the waters of the Bíobío River. The enormous dam was built by the giant Spanish energy producer ENDESA with the blessin




D, radio and CD, celebrating the continent's creative energy and bringing a message of empowerment and hope for tackling its major scourge: malaria. AF
of his powers but still in development, searching for new dreams to realise.




seen all the pictures in the world.) The figure of Christ stares out with mesmerising eyes while the guards sleep beneath, creating an extraordinary sense




universe at Cannes where he pitches his big idea to the world’s television producers
C Newsworld on September 6, 2006, and has been broadcast in over 30 countries. The U.S. premiere was September 10, 2007, on the Discovery Times C




ra of Star Wars , or even the chilly suspense of 2001: A Space Odyssey . For many viewers, The Wild Blue Yonder will seem disjointed or dull, but for som


 the consequences of these events, the film is three postcards from places America would rather ignore.
g after facing redundancy in their homeland.
scenes based on genuine research.


t are re-enacting each day of that four year voyage, bringing them face to face with descendants of the natives promised so much.
ue, Frank Searle simply disappeared and was never heard from again. Director Andrew Tullis travels to Loch Ness to try and understand the enigma of Fr



evealing and poignant.




, Travis and Annie Lennox -- combine to tell a story which stretches back twenty years to Live Aid.
 tales of life, death and the struggle between the sexes.




its. Despite being out one member and three songs, the boys are determined to blow the audience away and this humorous and capti




 , and gained a reputation as a ruthless businessman, but now he's nothing more than a philanthropist…. isn't he?




Spanish energy producer ENDESA with the blessing and support of the Chilean government. Through intrigue and governmental complicity, the Mapuche




, hope and despair. It turns out that their new freedom presents both opportunities and risks.While one person can now practice the once forbidden Islam,
m he has always had a fraught relationship.
Spanish energy producer ENDESA with the blessing and support of the Chilean government. Through intrigue and governmental complicity, the Mapuche




 nd hope for tackling its major scourge: malaria. AFRICA LIVE had been conceived by Youssou N’Dour and documentary film director Mick Csáky of UK in
ds sleep beneath, creating an extraordinary sense of quiet and stillness. Yet this masterpiece so fell out of favour in the 18th century that it was plastered
as September 10, 2007, on the Discovery Times Channel.




lue Yonder will seem disjointed or dull, but for someone receptive to a less plot-driven experience, the combination of striking visual images (the footage




natives promised so much.
Loch Ness to try and understand the enigma of Frank Searle
audience away and this humorous and captivating film catches every moment of their struggle, but when the curtain rises will Hatred




trigue and governmental complicity, the Mapuche were forced to sign sales agreements for their land. Efforts at resistance were nipped in the bud, and th



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person can now practice the once forbidden Islam, the other has abandoned all hopes of a job. he interviews are intercut with outside shots of the young
trigue and governmental complicity, the Mapuche were forced to sign sales agreements for their land. Efforts at resistance were nipped in the bud, and th




and documentary film director Mick Csáky of UK independent television production company Antelope as a celebration of Africa's creativity and vitality, an
of favour in the 18th century that it was plastered over, and again was nearly destroyed in the Second World War before a British officer remembered Hu
combination of striking visual images (the footage from under the ice cap is stunningly eerie), intriguing speculative ideas, and unearthly music (from avan
uggle, but when the curtain rises will Hatred be ready to rock?




Efforts at resistance were nipped in the bud, and those who fought for Mapuche rights were demonized as terrorists. State president Eduardo Frei, whose




rviews are intercut with outside shots of the young people’s immediate surroundings and extracts from previous episodes.
Efforts at resistance were nipped in the bud, and those who fought for Mapuche rights were demonized as terrorists. State president Eduardo Frei, whose




as a celebration of Africa's creativity and vitality, and had been later dedicated to malaria in order to use the concert's reach as a powerful tool for commun
World War before a British officer remembered Huxley's quote and stopped the bombardment of Sansepolcro. In describing the technique, drama and sig
speculative ideas, and unearthly music (from avant-garde cellist Ernst Reijsiger) creates a unique and memorable experience.
as terrorists. State president Eduardo Frei, whose own private company held shares in ENDESA, was responsible for the criminalizati
as terrorists. State president Eduardo Frei, whose own private company held shares in ENDESA, was responsible for the criminalizati




 the concert's reach as a powerful tool for communicating vital information about malaria.
polcro. In describing the technique, drama and significance of paintings in an informed and entertaining way, th
memorable experience.
esponsible for the criminalizati
esponsible for the criminalizati
Film title                                 Date
Blue Blood (Storyville)                        2008
English Surgeon                                2008
Fighting Spirit                                2008
Garbage Warrior                                2008
Iraq in Fragments (Storyville)                 2008
Joy Division                                   2008
Taxi To The Dark Side                          2007
Tovarisch, I Am Not Dead                       2008
Waveriders                                     2008
We Are Together (Thina Simunye)                2006
We Are Together (Thina Simunye)                2006
All White in Barking (Storyville)              2008
At Home With the Clearys                       2008
Behind Closed Doors                            2007
Bloody Cartoons                                2007
China's Stolen Children                        2008
Cocaine: Alex James in Colombia (Panorama)     2008
Fel Arall                                      2008
From Aleppo to Hollywood                       2008
Gods Waiting Room                              2008
Gypsy Fair, Krush on the Drom                  2008
Inside Hamas                                   2008
Inside Myanmar: The Crackdown                  2008
Iraq - The Betrayal (Dispatches)               2008
Last Orders                                    2008
Lie of the Land                                2008
Lost Tribe: Secret Army of the CIA             2008
Louis Theroux: Behind Bars                     2008
Maldives Rising (People & Power)               2008
My Fake Baby                                   2008
Not Dead                                       2007
Real Cherie                                    2007
Real Godfather (This World)                    2007
Red Mosque (Witness)                           2008
Ross Kemp in Afghanistan Prog 4                2008
Saving Ed Mitchell                             2008
Summit About the Boy                           2007
Through Their Eyes                             2008
Tunnel Trade (People & Power)                  2008
Village 2 Busunju (People & Power)             2008
War in America                                 2008
Wolf Inside                                    2008
You're Not Splitting Up My Family              2008
Moorish South (Art of Spain)                   2008
Being John Banville                            2008
Bob Marley: Exodus '77                         2008
Boy Called Alex (Cutting Edge)                 2008
Damon & Jason's Excellent Adventure (Imagine) 2007
Daniel Libeskind "The Making of an Architect"  2007
                                                South
David McVicar's Salome: A Work in Progress (The2008 Bank Show )
Derek                                          2008
Edwyn Collins: Home Again                      2008
Escape from Luanda                             2007
Gal and her Gallery                            2008
Genius of Photography                          2007
George Melly's Last Stand                          2007
Lang Lang (The South Bank Show)                    2008
                                                   2007
Middle East: Birth of Nations (Twenties in Colour Prog 7)
Nutcracker Story (The South Bank Show)             2008
Poem for Harry (Inside Out West)                   2008
Soweto Strings                                     2008
Strictly Bolshoi                                   2008
This is Civilisation (Ep 3)                        2007
Walter Sickert vs John Singer Sargent              2007
War Oratorio                                       2007
Wilfred Owen: A Remembrance Tale                   2008
Graham Linehan: Funny Business                     2008
                                                   2007
Andrew Marr's History of Modern Britain (Prog 1 and 2)
Boys Don't Sing (The Choir: Programmes 2 & 4) 2008
Chinese Schools (Programme 1 & 2)                  2008
Deadliest Catch Episodes 1 and 2                   2005
Estate We're In (Episodes 1 and 5)                 2008
Hugh's Chicken Run - Episode 2 &3                  2008
Last Chance Kids Episodes 1 and 3                  2008
Meet the Natives Programmes 2 and 3                2008
Michael Palin's New Europe Programmes 2 and 62008
My Boyfriend, The Sex Tourist Programmes 1 and 2007
Return of the Tribe: Episode 1 & 2)                2007
Ross Kemp in Afghanistan: Programme 2              2008
Ross Kemp in Afghanistan: Programme 5              2008
Story of India Programmes 2 and 4                  2007
Tower: A Tale of Two Cities Programmes 2 and 4 2007
                                                   2008
Welcome to my World Programmes 1, 2 and Peaches and Sue
Mummy Diaries (Programmes 1 and 2)                 2008
10 Days To War (Episode 4)                         2008
Battle For Haditha                                 2007
Beckoning Silence                                  2007
Casualty 1907 - Episode 1                          2008
Curse of Steptoe                                   2008
Diana: Last Days of a Princess                     2008
Doctor Who Hears Voices                            2008
Forgiven                                           2007
Frongoch: Man Geni'r IRA                           2008
Maxwell                                            2007
Osaka train wreck (Trapped - Ep 1003)              2007
Relief of Belsen                                   2007
Richard is my Boyfriend                            2007
Very British Sex Scandal                           2008
1983: The Brink of Apocalypse                      2008
Beckoning Silence                                  2007
Day India Burned: Partition                        2007
Day of the Kamikaze                                2008
Exodus                                             2007
Family That Defied Hitler, The (Revealed)          2008
Hitler's Favourite Royal                           2008
Ian Hislop's Scouting for Boys                     2008
In The shadow of the Moon                          2006
Killings at Coolacrease (Hidden History)           2007
Milosevic on Trial                                 2008
Natasha Kaplinsky (Who Do You think You Are) 2007
Poncho Mamgu                                       2008
Returning the Ring: A Miracle on Cave Hill        2008
Rivers of Blood                                   2008
Sea Of Fire                                       2008
Stephen Fry and the Gutenberg Press               2008
Traveller's Century - Eric Newby                  2008
What Did You Do In the Great War Daddy            2008
50 Years and a Few Puss Kittens Wiser             2008
Anton and Andrew (Parents & Teens - Welcome to2008 my World)
                                                  2005
Beekeeping After War (Stories from the former Yugoslavia)
Being Frank filed under NFTS SHOW 2008            2008
Beryl's Last Year                                 2008
Breadmakers (see Bridging the Gap: white)         2007
                                                  2008
Breaking Boundaries: Ireland's extraordinary Cricket World Cup
Bridging the Gap: white                           2007
Butterfly filed under Bridging the Gap: white     2007
China's Wild West                                 2008
Cut Up Kids (Born Survivors)                      2008
Estate We're In                                   2008
Gathering (The ) - Episodes 1-4                   2005
Goleshovo filed under NFTS SHOW 2008              2008
Haditha: On That Day                              2008
Here's Johnny                                     2008
Home                                              2008
                                                  2007
How to save a fish from drowning filed under Bridging the Gap: White
I dream of variety filed under NFTS SHOW 2008 2008
James Ravilious: A World in Photographs           2007
Living Goddess                                    2008
Louis Theroux: Under the Knife                    2007
Make Me A Tory                                    2007
Murderers on the Dance Floor                      2007
                                                  2007
My Mother's daughter filed under Bridging the Gap: White
Ottica Zero filed under Bridging the Gap: White 2007
Park:a portrait of a small space in a big city    2008
Possessed                                         2007
Present tense filed under NFTS SHOW 2008          2008
Rollin' On                                        2008
Rules of Seduction (The )                         2008
Sandra                                            2008
Second Sight                                      2008
Sprinters filed under NFTS SHOW 2008              2007
Standing Start                                    2007
Tea Time                                          2007
Tehran Backyard                                   2008
Tommy's Story                                     2007
                                                  2007
Unbearable Whiteness of Being filed under Bridging the Gap: white
Valley of the Goats filed under NFTS SHOW 20082008
We Are Together                                   2006
When Chapelcross Towers Came Down                 2008
Absolute Zero Part 2: The Race for Absolute Zero 2007
Armoured Giants (Life in Cold Blood: Prog 5)      2008
                                                  2008
Brain Power (Human Body: Ultimate Machine Episode 4)
Clash of the Titans (ATOM Episode 1)              2008
Crohn's Disease (What Can Science Do For Me?) 2008
Dangerous Knowledge                               2008
Earth Pilgrim:A Year On Dartmoor (Natural World) 2008
Earth. The Power of the Planet                    2008
English Surgeon (Storyville)                    2007
How Does Your Memory Work (Horizon)             2008
Human Camera, The (Extraordinary People)        2008
I Am the Elephant Man (Bodyshock)               2008
Jamie Oliver: Eat To Save Your Life             2008
Living With Half a Brain (Extraordinary People) 2008
My Brilliant Brain Part 3 - Accidental Genius   2007
My Shocking Story: Half Man Half Tree           2007
Northern Star                                   2008
Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives                 2007
Screamer (Mummy Forensics: Ep 1)                2008
Stephen Hawking - Master of the Universe        2008
Tiger Kill                                      2008
Big Experiment - Episodes 3 & 4                 2008
Boys From The Brown Stuff                       2008
Clowns                                          2008
Costa Chaos (Place in Spain Ep. 10)             2008
Dawn Gets Naked                                 2008
Graham Linehan: Funny Business                  2008
Kike Like Me (Storyville )                      2007
Love Thy Neighbour (The Row Ep.1)               2007
Make Me A Tory                                  2007
Man Who Eats Badgers (Wonderland)               2007
My Street (Cutting Edge)                        2008
Paul Merton in China                            2008
Place in Spain: Costa Chaos (Ep. 10)            2008
Please Vote For Me                              2007
Pramface Babies (Cutting Edge)                  2008
Secret Millionaire-Chek Whyte                   2007
Willy's Wonky Chocolate Factory (Prog 3)        2008
NFTS SHOW 2008 see individual entries
                                                2008
Blast! The Universe Will Never Be The Same (Storyville)
Dreznica                                        2008
Dumped - (Episode 1)                            2008
Great Green Smokescreen (Dispatches)            2007
Peace With Seals                                2008
Age of Stupid                                   2008
Alieni Sulla Spiaggia see Peace With Seals      2008
Cyanosis                                        2008
Kizzy: Mum at 14 (Born Survivors)               2008
Northern Town                                   2008
Of Time And The City                            2008
Patrasche: A Dog of Flanders                    2008
Seven Sins of England                           2007
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Best Cinema Documentary                    BBC2
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
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Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Cinema Documentary
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   RTE
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC Northern Ireland
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC1
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   S4/C
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera Documentary Channel
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC2
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC1
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC1
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   BBC2
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Sky1
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   ITV1
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Charge/Community Channel
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   CNN
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera English
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Al Jazeera Arabic News Channel
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC
Best Documentary on the Arts               RTE 1
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC 2
Best Documentary on the Arts               Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC1
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC4
Best Documentary on the Arts               ITV1
Best Documentary on the Arts               More4
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC2
Best Documentary on the Arts               Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts
Best Documentary on the Arts               BBC4
Best Documentary on the Arts   BBC1
Best Documentary on the Arts   ITV1
Best Documentary on the Arts   BBC4
Best Documentary on the Arts   ITV1
Best Documentary on the Arts   BBC2
Best Documentary on the Arts   BBC4
Best Documentary on the Arts   Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts   Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts
Best Documentary on the Arts   Channel 4
Best Documentary on the Arts   BBC1
Best Documentary on the Arts   RTE
Best Documentary Series        BBC2
Best Documentary Series        BBC2
Best Documentary Series        BBC/open2.net
Best Documentary Series        Discovery Channel/ Channel 4
Best Documentary Series        BBC1
Best Documentary Series        Channel 4
Best Documentary Series        Channel 4
Best Documentary Series        Channel 4
Best Documentary Series        BBC1
Best Documentary Series        Channel 4
Best Documentary Series        Five
Best Documentary Series        Sky1
Best Documentary Series        Sky1
Best Documentary Series        BBC
Best Documentary Series        BBC1
Best Documentary Series        Channel 4
Best Documentry Series         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         BBC
Best Drama Documentary         More 4
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         BBC1
Best Drama Documentary         BBC 4
Best Drama Documentary         Five
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         S4/C
Best Drama Documentary         BBC2
Best Drama Documentary         National Geographic
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Drama Documentary         Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    BBC2
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 5
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    BBC 4
Best Historical Documentary    Channel 4
Best Historical Documentary    RTE
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary    BBC1
Best Historical Documentary    S4/C
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary   BBC2
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary   BBC4
Best Historical Documentary   BBC4
Best Historical Documentary   BBC 4
Best Newcomer                 BBC
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer                 NFTS Show 2008
Best Newcomer                 BBC4
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer                 BBC3
Best Newcomer                 BBC
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer                 NFTS Show 2008
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer                 More 4
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer
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Best Newcomer                 BBC4
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer                 BBC2
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
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Best Newcomer                 NFTS Show 2008
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Best Newcomer                 NFTS Show 2008
Best Newcomer                 Channel 4
Best Newcomer                 ITV
Best Science Documentary      BBC4
Best Science Documentary      BBC1
Best Science Documentary      Discovery Channel
Best Science Documentary      BBC4
Best Science Documentary      Community Channel
Best Science Documentary      BBC4
Best Science Documentary      BBC2
Best Science Documentary      BBC4
Best Science Documentary        BBC2
Best Science Documentary        BBC
Best Science Documentary        Five
Best Science Documentary        Channel 4
Best Science Documentary        Channel 4
Best Science Documentary        Five
Best Science Documentary        National Geographic
Best Science Documentary        Discovery Channel
Best Science Documentary        BBC1
Best Science Documentary        BBC4
Best Science Documentary        History Channel
Best Science Documentary        Channel 4
Best Science Documentary        BBC
Most Entertaining Documentary   Discovery Channel
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC2
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC 2
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC 3
Most Entertaining Documentary   RTE
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC4
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC2
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   Five
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   BBC 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
Most Entertaining Documentary   Channel 4
See individual entries          NFTS Show 2008
Sheffield Green Award
Sheffield Green Award
Sheffield Green Award           Channel 4
Sheffield Green Award           Channel 4
Sheffield Green Award
Sheffield Innovation Award
Sheffield Innovation Award
Sheffield Innovation Award
Sheffield Innovation Award      BBC 3
Sheffield Innovation Award
Sheffield Innovation Award      BBC 2
Sheffield Innovation Award
Sheffields Innovation Award     Channel 4
                   Producer            Production Company            Director           Notes
                  Rafael Marmor        Sylabik Films                  Stevan Riley
                                       Eyeline Films/Bungalow Town Productions
                  Geoffrey Smith/Rachel Wexler                        Geoffrey Smith
                                       Guardian
                  George Amponsah/Michael TaitFilms                   George Amponsah
                                                                      Oliver Hodge
                  Rachel Wexler/OliverOpen Eye Production/ Independent Television Company/Sundance
                                       Daylight
                  James Longley/John Sinno Factory/ Typecast Pictures James Longley
                                       Hudson Productions/Brownowl films Gee
                  Tom Astor/ Tom Atencio                              Grant            Winner
                                       Xray Productions/ Jigsaw       Alex
                  Alex Gibney/Eva Orner/ Susannah Shipman ProductionsGibney
                  Stuart Urban         Cyclops Vision                 Stuart Urban
                  Margo Harkin         Inis Films/Besom Productions Joel Conroy
                                       Rise
                  Teddy Leifer/ Paul Taylor Films                     Paul Taylor
                                       Rise
                  Teddy Leifer/ Paul Taylor Films                     Paul Taylor
                  Rachel Wexler        BBC                            Mark Isaacs
                  Alison Millar        Alison Millar                  Alison Millar
                  Christine Thornton Independent Pictures             Liam McGrath
                  Alan Hayling         Steps International            Karsten Kjaer
                                       Truevisiontv
                  Kate Blewett/Jezza Neumann                          Jezza Neumann
                  Guillermo Galdos     Back2back tv                   David Notman-Watt
                  Nia Dryhurst         Green Bay for S4C              Nya Dryhurst
Jazeera Documentary Channel            Tanscas Films                  Mohammed Belhaj
                  Brian Hill           Century Films                  Heenan Bhatti
                  Sebastian Peiter     Urban Canyons for Noise Festival Ltd
                  Mike Chamberlain Stampede/Steve Boulton Productions Rodrigo Vazquez
                  Tony Birtley         Al Jazeera
                  Marc Perkins         October Films
                  Henry Singer         Century Films                  Henry Singer
                  Molly Dineen         RTO Productions                Molly Dineen     Winner
                                       Al Jazeera English
                  Stuart Cabb          BBC                            Stuart Cabb
                                       Al Jazeera English
                  Victoria Silver      Truenorth Productions          Victoria Silver
                  Elodie Gornall       Century Films                  Brian Hill
                  Hilary Rosen         Lion Television                Hilary Rosen
                  Serena Bird          BBC                            Benito Montorio
                                       Midwinter Productions
                  Matt Bennett         Tiger Aspect Productions       John Conroy and Anuar Arroyo
                  David Hodgkinson Twofour Digital                    David Hodgkinson
                  Teresa Smith         Media trust/ the Times         Teresa Smih
                                       CNN


                                         Aljazeera Satellite Network
                   Aljazeera Satellite Network                          Abdallah el Binni
                   Ben Gooder            Tricky Film Productions        Ben Gooder
                   Nichola Koratjitis    Windfall Films                 Nichola Koratjitis
                   Robin Dashwood        BBC                            Robin Dashwood
                                         Icebox Films
                                         BBC Films,
                   Chris Blackwell/ Suzette NewmanBlue Mountain Films Anthony Wall
                   Sally George          Walker George Films Ltd        Stephen Walker
                                         Endemol for the Tickell/Geoff Wonfor Wonfer
                   Sarah Aspinall/Vanessa Frances/PaulBBC               Geoff
                   Richard Shaw          Lion TV                        Christopher Swann
                   Nigel Wattis          ITV1                           Nigel Wattis
                                         Mellor
                   Colin MacCabe/Eliza JN Films                         Isaac Julien
                   Fiona Buchanan        Monkeypuzzle Productions       Paul Tucker
                   Phil Grabsky          Seventh Art Productions        Phil Grabsky
                   Simon Campbell-Jones  Mostly Movies                  Suzanne Campbell-Jones
                                         Wall
                   Tim Kirby/Hattie Bowering to wall/BBC                Tim Kirby
Katie Buchanan      Walker George Films             Katie Buchanan
Matthew Tucker      ITV                             Matthew Tucker
Rosie Schellenberg Musee Albert-Kahn/BBC            Rosie Schellenberg
Maureen Murray      ITV                             Margy Kinmonth
                     Wicks
Jenny Walmsley/Rob Inside Out West                  Katherine Farnaby/Jenny Walmsley/Rob Wicks
Mark Kidel          Calliope Media Productions      Mark Kidel
                     Trevitt
Michael Nunn/WilliamBalletboyz Productions          Oliver Manzi
Neil Crombie        Seneca Productions              Neil Crombie
Mike Lerner         ZCZ                             Waldemar Januszczak
Susannah Price      Oxford Film and Television Ltd James Kent
Louise Hooper       Modern Television               Louise Hooper
                     Rynne
Martha O'Neill/ AdamWildfire Films                  Adrian McCarthy
                    BBC Francis Whately, Robin Dashwood
Tom Giles, Fatima Salaria,Current Affairs                               Winner
                                                    Tom Giles, Fatima Salaria, Francis Whately, Robin Dashwood
                    BBC                             Harry Beney; Rob McCabe
Jamie Isaacs executive producer (4 episodes, 2008)Vicky Mitchell assistant producer (4 episodes, 2008)Claire Whalley series prod
Bill Locke          Lion Television                 Frankie Fathers (1 episode, 2008)Marcus Jones (1 episode, 2008)Daisy New
Doug Stanley        Discovery Channel                                   Shown on Channel 4 August 2007
Neil Edwards        Twofour Broadcast               Greg Williams
Jamie D'Cruz        Keo Films                       Helen Simpson
Kate Middleton      Diverse Productions             Suzanne Lynch
Will Anderson       Keo Films                       Gavin Searle
Steve Abbott        Prominent Television for BBC
Monica Garnsey      Twenty Twenty Productions       Monica Garnsey
                    Tigress
Jonathan Hughes/Ben Wallis Productions
Matt Bennett        Tiger Aspect Productions
Matt Bennett        Tiger Aspect Productions
                    MayaVision
Sally Thomas/Rebecca Dobbs International            Jeremy Jeffs
Anthony Wonke       BBC                             Anthony Wonke
Emma Wakefield      Lambent Productions             Lara Akeju (Mrisi, Luke)/ Sally Ashby (Gemma, Felix)/ Tom Evans (Peaches,
Amanda Blue         Ricochet Films                  Amanda Blue
Colin Barr          BBC                             Bruce Goodison
Nick Broomfield     La Fayette Films                Nick Broomfield     Winner
                    Darlow Smithson Productions Clare Richards (Hannah, Ashleigh
Darlow Smithson Productions
Bryn Higgins        Stone City Films                Bryn Higgins
Ben Bickerton       BBC                             Michael Samuels
Rebecca Hedderly Dnagerous Films                    Richard Dale
Leo Regan           Kudos Productions               Leo Regan
                     Nath; Liz Warner
Judy Counihan; DaveBetty TV Ltd                     Paul Wilmshurst
WILL NOT PLAY
Colin Barr          BBC                             Colin Barr
Christine Nielsen   Cineflix                        George Damato/P.J. Nawarynski
Susan Horth         Hardy & Sons                    Justin Hardy
Oliver Morse        Windfall Films Ltd              Ian Duncan
Edmund Coulthard Blast! Films Ltd                   Patrick Reams
                     Organ                          Henry Chancellor
Taylor Downing/ SamDiscovery Channel/Channel 4/Flashback Television Winner
Louise Osmond       Darlow Smithson Productions Louise Osmond
Ricardo Pollack     BBC                             Ricardo Pollack
Peter Nicholson     Darlow Smithson Productions Peter Nicholson
Ruth Kenley-Letts   Artangel Media                  Penny Woolcock
Justin Amsden       MAP-TV                          Michael Attwell
Fiona Cotter Craig Monkey Kingdom                   Fiona Cotter Craig
Deborah Lee         Takeaway Media                  Deborah Lee
Duncan Copp                                         David Sington
                    Dox Productions/ Passion Pictures
Niamh Sammon        RTE                             Niamh Sammon
Mette Heide         TV2 Danmark/Team Production Ap  Michael Christofferson
Kate Smith          BBC                             Christopher Bruce
Eiry Palfrey        S4C                             Dafydd Palfrey
                      U TV
Ashley Gething        Blakeway Productions for BBC Ashley Gething
                      Windfall
Ian Duncan/ Leesa Rumley Films Ltd                    Ian Duncan
Patrick McGrady       Wavelength Films for the BBC Patrick McGrady
Andie Clare           Icon Films
Steve Humphries       Testimony Films                 Steve Humphries
Trevor Kelly          Warp Films                      Anastasia Kirillova
Emma Wakefield        Lambent Productions             Tom Pearson
Tomas Leach           Fabrica                         Tomas Leach
Jacob Kjær PedersenNFTS                               Jacob Kjær Pedersen www.being-frank.com
Charlie Russell       Firefly                         Charlie Russell
Robin Mitchell                                        Yasmin Fedda
                      Scottish Documentary Film Institute
                      Lets Not Lose It Davey          Paul Films/Setanta Sport
Shimmy Marcus/ Edwina Forkin/ Paul Productions/Zanzibar Davey
Noe Mendelle          Scottish Documentary Institute Yasmin Fedda
Sonja Henrici                                         Yulia
                      Scottish Documentary Film Institute Mahr
Michael Riley         NFTS/ Sterling Pictures         Urszula Pontikos
                      BBC Current Affairs
Neil Edwards          Twofour                         Greg Williams
Colin O' Toole        Pulse Films                     Colin O Toole
Ilian Metev           NFTS                            Ilian Metev
                                                      Marc Hoeferlin/ Barney Broomfield
Animal Monday         Animal Monday                                       Winner: Best Arts/
                                                      Adam Lavis, Will Hood, Kat Mansoor Best Newcomer
Claire Fowler                                         Claire Fowler
Noe Mendelle          Scottish Documentary Institute Kelly Neal
Luke Sewell           NFTS                            Luke Sewell
                      Banyak
Peter West/Anson Hartford Films                       Anson Hartford
                       Curtis
Mark Hawker/AndrewDarkFibre Entertainment             Ishbel Whitaker
Emma Cooper           BBC                             Emma Coooper
                      Actaeon Films
Jim Sayer/Hilary Durman                               Daniel Cormack
                      RDF
Jack Bootle/Anna Higgs Television                     Sarah McCarthy
Christeen Winford Scottish Documentary Film Institute Saleyha Ahsan
Jason Hall                                            Maja
                      Scottish Documentary Film Institute Borg
                       (Dir)
Justine Gordon-SmithBlueyonder                        Justine Gordon-Smith (Dir)
Martin Hampton        MPH Productions                 Martin Hampton
Morag Tinto           NFTS                            Morag Tinto
Paola Desiderio       Graffiti Films/Film London      Paola Desiderio
John Farrar           Talkback Thames                 John Farrar
Hazuan Hashim/Phil Maxwell                            Hazuan Hashim/Phil Maxwell
Peter Wintonick/John Walker                           Alison McAlpine
Sam Blair             NFTS                            Sam Blair
                      Scottish Documentary Institute Adrian McDowall/Finlay Pretsell
Adrian McDowall/Finlay Pretsell
Alexandra Moskalenko                                  Alexandra Moskalenko
Noe Mendelle          Scottish Documentary Institute Roxanna Pope
William Jessop        Fulcrum TV                      William Jessop
Turan Ali                                             Faisal Aziz
                      Scottish Documentary Film Institute
Leon Dean             NFTS                            Leon Dean
Teddy Leifer          EMI/RED/HBO/Channel 4/Rise Paul Taylor
John Archer           Hopscotch Films                 John Wallace
                      Windfall Films Ltd              David Dugan
Adam White            BBC
Tim Goodchild         Dangerous Films                 Jeremy Turner
Tim Usborne           Oxford Scientific Films         Tim Usborne
Jane Stephenson                                       Rachel Hellings
                      Media Trust Productions for Wellcome Trust          http://resources.mediatrust.org/uploads/12663385272808
David Malone          i330 Productions                David Malone
Andrew Graham Brown   AGB                             Andrew Graham-Brown
                       Renouf
Phil Dolling/Jonathan Vision Productions
                    Eyeline Films/ Bungalow Town Productions
Geoffrey Smith/Rachel Wexler                       Geoffrey Smith
                    BBC Horizon                    Annabel Gillings
                    September Films                Sheldon Lazarus
Carl Hindmarch      September Films                Carl Hindmarch
Natalie Burke       Firefly                        John Spencer
Clare Bradshaw      Granada Anglia                 Clare Bradshaw
Kurt Tondorf        Windfall Films Ltd             Rob Hartel
William Zenobia     Discovery Channel              Kelly Marcott,
Christine Thornton Independent Pictures            Niamh Sammon      http://www.iftn.com/broadcast/BroadcastNews/?act1=reco
Andrew Thompson BBC Scotland                       Louise Lockwood Winner
                    Firefly
James Bates/Simon Howley Film and TV
Gary Johnstone      IWC Media                      Gary Johnstone
Henry Marshall      Icon Films                     Henry Marshall
                    Outline for
Cathy Wigley/ Andra Heritage Discovery             Cathy Wigley      20th and 27th March 2008
David Clews         Blast Films                    David Clews
Dunstan Bruce       Dandy Films                    Daisy Asquith
                    Tiger Aspect
Mark Chapman/ Simon Greenwood                      Simon Greenwood
Lee Phillips        leafstorm                      Lee Philips
                     Rynne
Martha O'Neill/ AdamWildfire Films                 Adrian McCarthy
Jamie Kastner       TV Ontario/Cave 7 Productions Jamie Kastner
                     Neaum
Ros Franey/ Malcolm Bellwether                     Ian Denyer
                    Maverick Television
Jim Sayer/Hilary Durman                            Daniel Cormack
Daniel Vernon       BBC                            Daniel Vernon
Sue Bourne          Wellpark Productions           Sue Bourne
Mark Chapman        Tiger Aspect                   Barbie MacLaurin
                    Tiger Aspect
Mark Chapman/ Simon Greenwood                      Simon Greenwood
Don Edkins          Steps International                              Winner
                                                   Weijun Chen, Don Edkins, Mette Heide
Philippa Robinson Century Films                    Philippa Robinson
Catey Sexton        RDF Media                      Catey Sexton
                    Liberty Bell/Doris Partnership
Southan Morris/ Emily Richardson                   Southan Morris

                       Devlin
Claire Missanelli/PaulPaul Devlin Productions        Paul Devlin
Anna Azevedo          Hybrazil Films                 Anna Azevedo
                      Outline Productions
Ian Hollands (Series producer)
                      ITN
Nick Sturdee/Mike Radford                            Mike Radford
Miloslav Novák        120 Pic & Panda                Miloslav Novák
Lizzie Gillett                                       Franny Armstrong Winner
                      One off Productions/Spanner Films/Passion Pictures/Out There News

Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami                             Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami
                     BBC                           Tricia Williamson
Dylan Blowen         Pony Films                    Rachel Landers
Solon Papadopoulos & Roy Boulter                   Terence Davies
Didier Volckaert/An van.Dienderen                                       van. Dienderen
                                                   Didier Volckaert, Anhttp://www.dogofflanders.be/
                     Diverse Productions
Joseph Bullman/Diggory Orr-Ewing                   Joseph Bullman      Winner
Synopsis
Follows aspiring student boxers at Oxford University as they hope for a place in the annual Oxford vs Cambridge Varsity Boxing Ma
Follows British neurosurgeon Henry Marsh who, since the 1990s, has been visiting Ukraine to help his friend and fellow neurosurge
About 3 young boxers, 2 men and a woman who fight their way out of an impoverished shantytown in Ghana in to the rings of New Y
Architect Michael Reynolds has designed and built a revolutionary community in Taos, New Mexico consisting of homes that are ful
Stories from modern day Iraq as told by Iraqis living in a time of war, occupation and ethnic tension.
Documentary about influential Manchester-band from the 1970s-80s Joy Division.
Documentary investigating the use of torture by the US military as part of its 'war on terror' in the Middle East. Looks at the cases of
Documentary. Writer and Holocaust and Gulag survivor Garri S. Urban travels with his filmmaker son Stuart to the former Soviet Un
Tracks the previously untold story of surfing pioneers all linked to Ireland and incorporates an unexpected twist that spins the story a
Tells the moving and inspiring story of 12 year old Slindile and her remarkable friends at the Agape orphanage in South Africa.
Tells the moving and inspiring story of 12 year old Slindile and her remarkable friends at the Agape orphanage in South Africa.
Director Marc Isaacs travels to the London borough of Barking and Dagenham to see how the local white community is dealing with
This authored documentary explores the contradictions of the life of Michael Cleary and the tensions, dysfunction and damage that
The story centres on four Filipina nuns who have a choice to make – stay and keep the monastery alive, or return home and leave t
Documentary about how and why 12 drawings in a Danish provincial paper could whirl a small country into a confrontation with Mus
Documentary highlighting one of the consequences of China's one-child law; the kidnapping and trading of children. Interviews som
Alex James confessed to spending a million pounds on champagne and cocaine in his Blur years. He travels to Colombia to see the
The extraordinary journey of homosexuality in Wales - told in Welsh for the first time
Charting Akkad’s upbringing and life in Syria through to how he became attached to the cinema and made his way to the USA, this
Documentary about an East-London undertaking firm which specializes in providing a burial service for the Muslim community.
An insight into the Gypsy and Traveller culture; as told by a group of young filmmakers from the Traveller community. The film explo
Documentary looking at life in Gaza since the election of Hamas as the governing party in elections in January 2006. Considers the
Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley went undercover in Myanmar to report exclusively on the people's protests and resulting bloody crackdown
Selected as report on Foreign Secretary David Miliband's visit to Iraq, five years after the start of the war. Part of the Happy Birthday
TV documentary looking at the people of Wibsey Working Men's Club near Bradford, and their lives and views, and the decline of th
A very incisive and hard-hitting documentary about the way in which life for farmers and other people who depend on the countrysid
Al Jazeera's correspondent Tony Birtley travelled in secret to the jungles of northern Laos in search of the last fighters of t
Louis travels to California to spend two weeks in the notorious San Quentin State Prison. Built in 1852, San Quentin is dangerously
Reporter Juliana Ruhfus travels to the tourist paradise of the Maldives to assess the pace of democratic reform. She encounters a r
Women with lifelike baby dolls
Rob has been in constant bother with the law ever since returning from Iraq, drowning out the memories with drink and drugs. While
The Real Cherie is the inside story of the most notorious Prime Minister’s wife we’ve ever had.
Documentary about Bernardo Provenzano, the 73-year-old boss of the Sicilian Mafia who was finally arrested in April 2006, bringing
The change in the Red Mosque. Islamabad from place of worship for the elite to a seat of radical Islam and the consequences
Series fronted by actor Ross Kemp about the British soldiers fighting in the War in Afghanistan as part of the International Security A
Ed Mitchell (born 1953) is a UK former television presenter, business journalist and news reader, best known for his work with ITN.
Lee McConville, 22, is from Lozells, a deprived area in Birmingham notorious for gang violence, drug abuse and riots. In a radical ch
Documentary seeing life in Iraq through the eyes of its women
When Israel withdrew from the Sinai Peninsula in 1982, the city of Rafah was suddenly split, between Egypt and Gaza, by an imme
Juliana Ruhfus presents the second episode of an on-going series exploring the people and power that shape life in a small Uganda
Five years on from the start of the war in Iraq Al Jazeera visited the USA to gauge public mood towards the conflict. In a special fou
it is the story of N'Deaye Ba (well known in Britain as an actress) and filmed by herself and her mother Christina in the last few mon
Documentary filmed over a period of ten years, following what happens to twin boys who are being brought up by their widowed fath
Andrew Graham- Dixon explores the art of Spain and the influence of the Moors on western civilisation
The programme follows Banville from his early years -- including a reminiscence on his "first sexual awakenings on the beaches of W
Bob Marley recorded his most significant album, Exodus, in 1977. The album, which "Time" magazine voted Album of the Century, f
Documentary about Eton schoolboy Alex Stobbs, a musically gifted sixteen- year-old who suffers from a virulent and debilitating form
Alan Yentob takes a look at the latest project of Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett, an operatic adaptation of Wu Cheng'en's epic no
Documentary about contemporary architect Daniel Libeskind, the man given the responsibility of rebuilding Ground Zero on the site
A film following opera director David McVicar as he develops his new production of Richard Strauss’ Salome at Covent Garden, from
Documentary about filmmaker Derek Jarman and his work. Alongside contributions from friends and colleagues, the film uses unse
Edwyn Collins documentary, following his progress to play music again after 2 strokes in February 2005.
In Luanda, one of the world's poorest and most dangerous places, three students from Angola's only music school work towards the
The story of a remarkable woman, Chili Hawes, director of the October Gallery, and of how, with a team of artists and friends, she re
Documentary about photography, spanning 170 years of change
Diagnosed with vascular dementia and lung cancer, jazz singer and writer George Melly is determined to keep on entertaining to the
Chronicling the career of the virtuoso pianist Lang Lang from his humble beginnings in China to international acclaim as the first Ch
Series examining Albert Kahn's ambitious Archives of the Planet project, in which he sent photographers around the world to docum
he South Bank Show pays homage to one of the world’s favourite fairy tales – the Nutcracker. Margy Kinmonth’s film examines this
Former Poet Laureate Andrew Motion composes his own moving tribute to the last veteran of the Great War trenches, Harry Patch.
SOWETO STRINGS tells the extraordinary and moving story of an outstanding music project in Soweto. Established in 1997 by Bri
This intimate one-off film follows leading ballet choreographer Christopher Wheeldon as he becomes the first Englishman to be invi
The third programme in the series explores the impact of the industrial revolution on our ideas about art, nature and society, focussi
Sickert vs. Sargent brings to life two of the biggest characters in modern British art; Walter Sickert - the gruff, aggressive man-of-the
This groundbreaking film combines hard-hitting documentary with the emotional power of music, to illuminate the lives of real people
TV docudrama about tragic First World War poet Wilfred Owen, telling the poignant tale of his life from a childhood in Shropshire an
Offering unique entry into his fascinating world, Graham Linehan Funny Business explores the art, craft and deeply competitive bus
Covers the period of British history from the end of the Second World War onwards
Sequel to the series THE CHOIR, following similar format. Choirmaster Gareth Malone tries to overcome prejudicial attitudes toward
Episode 1, The Year of Golden Pig , starts as mocks begin for the world's most dreaded exam; the Gao Kao. Pass with flying colour
Fly-on-the-wall documentary series following the lives and work of crab fishermen working in the Bering Sea off Alaska. US
Having transformed her run-down London council estate into one of the best in the city, 59-year-old 'Supergran' Silla Carron tackles
Part of Channel 4's 'Food Fight' series in which celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall launched the campaign to encourage mo
Three-part documentary series, showing in the Lost for Words season, following a dynamic head teacher's attempt to eradicate illiteracy. Lynna Th
A reality television show that first aired in September 2007 on Channel 4 in the United Kingdom. This series included five tribesmen
Michael Palin visits Eastern Europe to explore how the region and its people have developed since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989
Two-part documentary series looking at the global sex tourism industry from the prostitutes' perspective
Three-part documentary in which Donal MacIntyre guides 6 members of a PNG tribe around Britain. In 2006, Donal visited the Insec
Fronted by actor Ross Kemp about the British soldiers fighting in the War in Afghanistan as part of the International Security Assista

Documentary series exploring the history of the Indian subcontinent; presented by historian Michael Wood
Documentary following residents on the Pepys estate in south-east London as one of the tower blocks is converted into luxury appa
A 10-part series exploring the very different worlds of teenagers and their parents
Series which followed the lives of five ordinary families facing the unthinkable - life without mum.
Series of short dramas marking the fifth anniversary of the outbreak of war in Iraq
War drama. Vérité-like fictional rendering of an incident that took place in the village of Haditha, a hotbed in the middle of the Sunni
Drama documentary based on the book by mountaineer Joe Simpson, examining the lure of the North Face of the Eiger, and why h
Period medical drama. 1 of 3: Ada Russell has to cope with probationary nurses and her new position as ward sister; the chairman p
Drama depicting the behind-the-scenes lives of actors Harry H Corbett and Wilfrid Brambell during production of the popular 1960s
Dramatisation recreating the last few days in the life of Princess Diana before her and Dodi Al Fayed's deaths in a fatal car crash in
Dramatised documentary about Ruth, a junior doctor who began to hear imaginary voices telling her to kill herself, and her treatmen
Drama based on a true story. Ten-year-old Sophie is being sexually abused by her father, and when she reveals this to her mother
Frongoch was a prison camp in north Wales where some 1,800 Irish rebels were interned between June and December 1916 after t
Dramatisation of the last months of the former media empire mogul as his business world crumbled and his staff turned against him
A JR-207 type train, bound for Osaka on a commuter service, derails on a curve at a speed greater than the limit for that section of
TV drama-documentary about the British Army Medical Corps hospital set up to treat survivors of the Belsen concentration camp, to
Examining the fictional case of Anna, a young woman with a moderate learning disability who is having a sexual relationship with he
High society court case that scandalised society, electrified the nation and changed the course of British history. In 1954, Lord Mont
On 8 November 1983 a series of accidents nearly unleashed World War III. This programme recalls the events that led up to one of
Drama documentary based on the book by mountaineer Joe Simpson, examining the lure of the North Face of the Eiger, and why h
Documentary about the effects of Britain's withdrawal from India in 1947 which triggered one of the biggest migrations in history. 15
Japanese suicide pilots in World War II
A retelling of the story of Exodus from the Old Testament but set in contemporary Margate.
The story of a Jewish family - a mother, father and two daughters - who each survived the War and the Holocaust and were finally r
Documentary exploring the life of Queen Victoria's grandson Prince Charles Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who was for
In this entertaining and affectionate film, Ian Hislop uncovers the story behind the book which kick-started the Scout movement.
Documentary about the US Apollo lunar space programme in the 1960s and 1970s and being the first to get men to the moon. Inclu
On the killing of 2 protestant farmers by the local IRA unit
Documentary chronicling the four-year trial at the Hague of the late former Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.
Traces the family history of the TV presenter
The fascinating story of Nel Davies who emigrated to Patagonia in 1875.
The true story behind Richard Attenborough's new film Closing the Ring, starring Shirley MacLaine, Pete Postlethwaite and Christop
TV documentary recreating and examining Conservative MP [1950-1974] Enoch Powell's infamous 'Rivers of Blood' speech in 1968
At the height of the Falklands conflict, HMS Coventry was sent on a suicide mission - to lure enemy bombers away from the troops
Stephen Fry goes in search of the story behind Johann Gutenberg, the man who invented the printing press.
Benedict Allen explores the stories behind great travel writers. 1 of 3: This programme, Eric Newby, author of the classic travel book
The First World War was the cause of the biggest loss of fathers in modern British history. This documentary features recollections
A mixed-media documentary about couples who have been married more than 50 years set to the sounds of King Creosote vs Tunn
Ten families with teenagers who aren't getting on with their parents are filmed for a week. Anton and Andrew are a Chinese father a
Beekeeping is a strong tradition in the fromer Yugoslavia
Danish whistleblower, former Military Intelligence Officer Frank Grevil, faces imprisonment, public shame and the destruction of his
Novelist Dame Beryl Bainbridge, helped by her grandson Charlie, makes a record of her life, convinced she's going to die at her cur
A film revealing intricate social relationships that operate in a community of workers with learning disabilities making a variety of org
Against the backdrop of the tragic death of Bob Woolmer, this is the story of an extraordinary adventure by one of the up and comin
Against the backdrop of a busy day in the Garvald bakery in Edinburgh, a supportive community for people with various learning dis
This rare and intimate portrait explores a young woman’s perspective about living with albinism – a condition which has often made
This part observational, part impressionistic study of a day in the life of a Muslim community, illustrate their hopeful efforts to discov
The 3rd programme of the Born Survivors series follows three young people who have resorted to self-harm as a way of coping with
The Estate We’re In follows the efforts of the well-known and campaigning grandmother Silla Carron as she works with the resident
4 part series on the feeling of wellbeing from being part of a Gathering : The reek; Maryam; A Northern Soul; Rocky
In Goleshovo, a derelict village in Bulgaria, time has stopped dead. A handful of old women and a forgetful priest get by without tele
5 year anniversary of the Iraq War, Nick Broomfield's film explores the death of 24 civilians by US Marines in 2005
Enters the surreal world of renowned graphic artist Johnny Hicklenton, who is battling against Multiple Sclerosis. Living in an increas
Beit Arab is home to Palestinians who have lived there for centuries. They are now surrounded by a wall, Jewish settlements and a
A film about the death of white rural America told through the voices of three old men fishing on a frozen lake. In a landscape cloake
After investing £10,000 of her own money into the dilapidated Radford Variety Club, Jo has big dreams of putting its name in lights.
James Ravilious (1939-1999), son of the renowned water-colourist and engraver Eric Ravilious, dedicated his art to a small area of
It contrasts the serene life of a pampered little Nepalese girl who is regarded as a goddess (at least until she is 12!) with clashes be
 Louis travelled to California to explore the obsessive world of plastic surgery and underwent a procedure himself
Disillusioned Labour voter explores the Tory route he rejected at university
Murderers on the Dance Floor tells the story behind a YouTube clip that has now been viewed by over 9 million people. In this incre
Offers a unique insight into the new direction a mother/daughter relationship has taken. Joyce, Yvonne Ridley’s mother, a devout Ch
Soon after her ‘big break’, Italian actress Nadya Cazan disappeared. Ottica Zero follows Nadya from her rejection of the monetary-b
The users of Elthorne Park share their interest in the park
Possessed enters the complicated worlds of four hoarders; people whose lives are dominated by their relationship to possessions. T
Three hundred teenagers from sixty different countries are enrolled at the ESOL department at West Thames College. This bright, s
Talking to Skaterboys at Finsbury Park and Camden Town skate park about Skateboarding as a hobby and deflection from street p
First Cut journeys into the hidden world of pick-up artists or 'PUA' - a community of men who've developed a sequence of tricks, cod
A 30 minute portrait of London’s East End through the eyes of pub landlady, Sandra Esqulant who has been running the Golden He
A cinematic non-fiction ghost story. An evocative personal tale featuring the last generation of Gaelic storytellerson the Isle of Skye
A visually striking and meditative study of a team of athletes filmed over the two months leading to the start of the 2007 outdoor sea
A unique insight into a champion’s adrenaline and drive as he trains for the Olympics. Maclean’s heroic cycling is set against the sto
Film about a year in the life of the Blackheath Tea Hut, a tea stall situated on the A2 motorway, in Greenwich, London longitude 0°.
Pari is a sixty five year old woman who lives on the outskirts of Tehran. Each day she travels over six hours into the sprawling city to
Tommy the Down's Syndrome actor is followed for 6 months
An eye-opening glimpse into the world of Asian skin lightening. Many people of colour, worldwide, lighten their skins for many differe
The residents of the town of Lynton and Lynmouth in Exmoor National Park are at war over a breed of wild mountain goats that hav
Filmed over three years, We Are Together tells the remarkable and moving story of a group of children who use music to overcome
The four great cooling towers at Chapelcross have dominated the local landscape for fifty years. Their demolition was an emotional
This two-part scientific detective tale tells the story of a remarkable group of pioneers who wanted to reach the ultimate extreme: ab
Wildlife documentary series. 5 of 5: The armoured giants of the reptile kingdom, including giant tortoises. crocodiles and caimans.
Power of the human brain
In this three-part documentary series, Professor Jim Al-Khalili tells the story of one of the greatest scientific discoveries ever: that th
Stand-up comedian, Gareth Berliner, is 35 years old and was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease more than twenty years ago. This unp
Documentary about four of the most brilliant mathematicians of all time, Georg Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Tur
Tracks ecologist, writer and Gandhi disciple, SATISH KUMAR, as he walks Dartmoor in all its seasons, sharing the distinctively Indi
Dr Iain Stewart tells the story of how Earth works and how, over the course of 4.6 billion years, it came to be the remarkable place it
Follows British neurosurgeon Henry Marsh who, since the 1990s, has been visiting Ukraine to help his friend and fellow neurosurge
Horizon takes viewers on an extraordinary journey into the human memory. From the woman who is having her most traumatic mem
Documentary about Stephen Wiltshire, an autistic savant artist with the ability to draw very detailed pictures of buildings and cities e
Special following Huang Chuncai from a rural village in China, who suffers from neurofibromatosis, as he undergoes surgery to rem
Jamie Oliver, fitness expert Dr Catherine Spencer-Smith and anatomist Dr Gunther von Hagens show eighteen volunteers the harm
Looks at six-year-old Cameron Mott from North Carolina, who suffers from almost permanent epileptic fits caused by the progressiv
Three part documentary series exploring the incredible inner workings of the human brain. When accidents in the brain reveal extra
Dr Anthony Gaspari, a world expert in skin conditions from the University of Maryland travels to Indonesia to attempt to diagnose De
Tells the story of Professor Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who went from failing her 11+ to becoming one of the most celebrated sc
American rock musician Mark Oliver Everett from The Eels talks with physicists and the former colleagues of his father—Hugh Ever
Follows Dr. Joann Fletcher and the York University Mummy Investigation Team as they decipher the ancient mysteries surrounding
Conveys the basics of quantum mechanics and the theory of relativity in an easy-to-understand manner, as well as to acquaint view
Cameraman Simon King and tiger expert Alphonse Roy attempting to film "the elusive and fleeting moment of a tiger at the peak of
The series consists of six one hour shows with three top scientists working with a GCSE class to help them pass their GCSE Scienc
Documentary maker David Clews follows the men, known in the sewage trade as flushers, who work under the streets of London. F
Follows Mr Pumpkin, The Great Velcro, Potty the Pirate and Tommy Tickles into the bizarre world of children’s entertainers and thei
Rocco Barker and Dawn Buckler would look more at home backstage at Glastonbury than on a building site in Spain. But they do ha
Dawn Porter bares all in order to reveal how our idea of perfection has been perverted to fit the demands of the beauty industry. In a
Offering unique entry into his fascinating world, Graham Linehan Funny Business explores the art, craft and deeply competitive bus
Documentary in which filmmaker Jamie Kastner goes on a personal journey to find out what it means to be Jewish in the modern wo
Three-part documentary series about Savile Row, the London street famous for its bespoke tailoring establishments. The tailors fea
The film opens with Daniel Cormack returning to the area of South London in which he grew up and reflecting on how the influence
To many, the A30 is just a road, but to retired civil servant Arthur Boyt it's more like a delicatessen. Arthur eats roadkill. He has sam
Documentary about the range of people, lives and stories of those living in the director's street, all with different characters, relations
Paul Merton arrives in Beijing and looks around the city, particularly at the massive new develpment going on, and also visits Nanje
Rocco Barker and Dawn Buckler would look more at home backstage at Glastonbury than on a building site in Spain. But they do ha
following the elections for class monitor in a 3rd grade class of eight year old children in the Evergreen Primary School in Wuhan, C
Follows four young single mothers-to-be as they deal with their unplanned pregnancies and births at the Liverpool Women's Hospita
Follows millionaire property developer Chek Whyte, who as a youngster lived in poverty and foster homes, as he goes undercover i
Four-part series following Willie Harcourt-Cooze as he grows cocoa beans on his Venezuelan farm and turns them into premium ch

Documentary focussing on Mark Devlin and his team of scientists as they attempt to launch a revolutionary sub-millimeter telescope
A lyrical and visually inspiring journey through the images sensations, and dreams of the blind.
14 volunteers have signed up to an ecochallenge on sustainable living expecting excitement but it turns out to be a dump outside C
Dispathces investigates big companies cloaking themselves in green credentials and the myth of carbon neutrality
Emanuele Coppola is a seal nut. He's simply crazy about them. Unfortunately there aren't as many around as there used to be. In fa
In 2055, an archivist looks back at the years 2005-2008 (the Age of Stupid) when mankind had the chance to save itself from extinc

Tehran, Iran. Painter Jamshid Aminfar uses found objects on the street to create haunting and vivid works of art. In this award winni
Torbay, Devon schoolgirl Kizzy Neal speaks out about the failings of the sex education system, which she feels led her to become a
Kempsey is not exactly what you’d call enlightened. In fact in 1967, the town in New South Wales, Australia recorded the most num
The long awaited new work of master filmmaker Terrance Davies does not disappoint with this swirling and impassioned autobiogra
A 19th century children’s book written by an upper-class British eccentric could easily have been destined for complete obscurity. B
Real-life yobs, hoodies, chavs, slappers and bigots deliver quotes from 11th and 17th century text which deals with similar viewpoin
 in the annual Oxford vs Cambridge Varsity Boxing Match. The film profiles the different fighters and their motivations, training and competing.
 siting Ukraine to help his friend and fellow neurosurgeon create a viable brain surgery clinic in Kiev, smuggling in discarded NHS equipment. Despite opp
overished shantytown in Ghana in to the rings of New York and London for the biggest prizes in the business.
y in Taos, New Mexico consisting of homes that are fully self- sustaining and built from other people's waste. The film follows the efforts of Reynolds and h
 on and ethnic tension.

war on terror' in the Middle East. Looks at the cases of particular individuals like Afghan taxi driver Dilawar who died in custody, and the regimes at places
 s with his filmmaker son Stuart to the former Soviet Union to revisit his past.
  incorporates an unexpected twist that spins the story across the globe to Hawaii and back again.
e friends at the Agape orphanage in South Africa.
e friends at the Agape orphanage in South Africa.
m to see how the local white community is dealing with current levels of immigration.
Cleary and the tensions, dysfunction and damage that were caused by his decision to live as a family man, but to deny it and the paternity of his son Ross
d keep the monastery alive, or return home and leave the monastery facing likely closure
ould whirl a small country into a confrontation with Muslims all over the world.
 the kidnapping and trading of children. Interviews some of the families whose children have been taken, and detectives who specialise in finding kidnappe
 ine in his Blur years. He travels to Colombia to see the damage caused by the drug.

 hed to the cinema and made his way to the USA, this film aims to explore Arabic cinema and issues of East meets Western culture
oviding a burial service for the Muslim community.
 mmakers from the Traveller community. The film explores their heritage through the annual Appleby Horse Fair in Cumbria.
 ning party in elections in January 2006. Considers the crippling effects of trade and financial embargoes by Israel and other countries, but also the repres
 n the people's protests and resulting bloody crackdown by Myanmar's military government, talking to the protesters, filming the bloody crackdown and gau
ars after the start of the war. Part of the Happy Birthday Iraq season and also selected as part of complete afternoon and evening recording from Channel
 radford, and their lives and views, and the decline of the club and problems of decreasing membership and relevance in a changing community and socie
 rmers and other people who depend on the countryside for their livelihood is changing for the worse as a result of the decline in home-grown food and the
 s of northern Laos in search of the last fighters of the CIA's "secret army", a remnant from the days of the Vietnam War. This is his account of h
 tate Prison. Built in 1852, San Quentin is dangerously overcrowded. Louis discovers the prisoners' inner culture, intrigued by its rules and language. He m
ess the pace of democratic reform. She encounters a rise in religious parties, a drug epidemic, meets President Gayoom and finds a people who are impa

drowning out the memories with drink and drugs. While he may believe that all this mental torment will end one day, Cliff’s story is unlikely to be a comfort.

n Mafia who was finally arrested in April 2006, bringing to an end the world's longest manhunt. The film tells the story of his reign over Cosa Nostra, his de
 to a seat of radical Islam and the consequences
 ar in Afghanistan as part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission against the Taliban. The two series involved Kemp and a small em
ist and news reader, best known for his work with ITN.Educated at Worthing High School and Durham University, he also worked for Reuters, the BBC, C
 for gang violence, drug abuse and riots. In a radical change of environment, Lee was sent to Germany in June 2007 to report for The Times on the meeti

  suddenly split, between Egypt and Gaza, by an immense metal and concrete wall. Families found themselves divided by a high-security international bor
 he people and power that shape life in a small Ugandan town.
auge public mood towards the conflict. In a special four part documentary we talked to, among others, grieving mothers, politicians and the man widely reg
 y herself and her mother Christina in the last few months of her life. N'Deaye was diagnosed with SLE and the documentary was made to show what Lupu
n boys who are being brought up by their widowed father. At the age of twelve their father is reported for hitting them and Social Services get involved. Fo
ors on western civilisation
nce on his "first sexual awakenings on the beaches of Wexford" -- through stints as an Aer Lingus clerk ("a grindingly boring job") and newspaper sub-edit
  which "Time" magazine voted Album of the Century, finally broke reggae music into the mainstream and the message of Rastafarianism to the rest of the world. Here, we witn
 ear-old who suffers from a virulent and debilitating form of cystic fibrosis. Follows him as he prepares to fulfill his ambition of conducting a performance of
wlett, an operatic adaptation of Wu Cheng'en's epic novel 'Monkey: Journey to the West' in collaboration with acclaimed theatre and opera director Chen
 he responsibility of rebuilding Ground Zero on the site of the World Trade Center. Libeskind is hailed by many as one of the most radical and fiercely talen
 ion of Richard Strauss’ Salome at Covent Garden, from conception through to opening night.
utions from friends and colleagues, the film uses unseen interviews, out-takes, and footage showing Jarman at work, further using home movies and imag
2 strokes in February 2005.
ents from Angola's only music school work towards their end-of-year concert. The Music School is Angola's first and only school of its kind. It houses som
 y, and of how, with a team of artists and friends, she rescued a derelict building in London and turned it into a world renowned, pioneering gallery of conte
 orge Melly is determined to keep on entertaining to the very end. Cared for by Diana, his wife of 44 years, he prepares for a new set of concerts with a fin
 nnings in China to international acclaim as the first Chinese pianist to be engaged with major western orchestras.
 hich he sent photographers around the world to document all aspects of human life.
– the Nutcracker. Margy Kinmonth’s film examines this famous rites of passage story and asks what it is about Tchaikovsky’s ballet that has made it such
e last veteran of the Great War trenches, Harry Patch. With an introduction by HRH The Prince of Wales.
ng music project in Soweto. Established in 1997 by British viola player Rosemary Nalden, the Buskaid project, which gives local township children the opp
heeldon as he becomes the first Englishman to be invited to create a new work for the prestigious Bolshoi Ballet
tion on our ideas about art, nature and society, focussing on the visionary ideas of the British art critic John Ruskin. Collings follows in Ruskin's footsteps
sh art; Walter Sickert - the gruff, aggressive man-of-the-people; and John Singer Sargent - the urbane and charming dandy. The film focuses on some of t
nal power of music, to illuminate the lives of real people caught up in conflict. At its heart are stories of ordinary people - a boy, a soldier and a mother.
 ignant tale of his life from a childhood in Shropshire and northern England to his travels in pre-war France.
ness explores the art, craft and deeply competitive business of creating contemporary television comedy. What is funny? Where does the ability, to make

 h Malone tries to overcome prejudicial attitudes towards singing amongst the boys of Lancaster School, Leicester.He forms a choir with the ultimate aim o
 st dreaded exam; the Gao Kao. Pass with flying colours and your future's bright; Fail and you're a peasant for life.
 men working in the Bering Sea off Alaska. US
 n the city, 59-year-old 'Supergran' Silla Carron tackles the challenge of transforming a notorious estate in Plymouth.
 Whittingstall launched the campaign to encourage more consumers to demand free range chicken. Hugh was joined on the campaign by fellow celebrity c
 namic head teacher's attempt to eradicate illiteracy. Lynna Thompson is on a mission to transform the lives of her pupils at Monteagle Primary School in Dagenham, and se
 e United Kingdom. This series included five tribesmen, Yapa, Joel, JJ, Posen and Albi, from the island of Tanna who travel to England to participate in an
have developed since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989.
 he prostitutes' perspective
 G tribe around Britain. In 2006, Donal visited the Insect Tribe of Papua New Guinea, who live deep in the jungle, far from civilisation. The tribe have a fas
Afghanistan as part of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) mission against the Taliban. The two series involved Kemp and a small embedde

  d by historian Michael Wood
 s one of the tower blocks is converted into luxury appartments.



  village of Haditha, a hotbed in the middle of the Sunni Triangle where much of the insurgency in Iraq is based. In November 2005, a roadside IED (Improv
 ning the lure of the North Face of the Eiger, and why he returned and continued climbing in spite of being told he wouldn't be able to again after a near-de
  es and her new position as ward sister; the chairman prepares for a visit from Queen Alexandra; the leader of the Blind Beggar Boys arrives with a bullet
Wilfrid Brambell during production of the popular 1960s sitcom STEPTOE AND SON.
   her and Dodi Al Fayed's deaths in a fatal car crash in Paris.
  inary voices telling her to kill herself, and her treatment by the unorthodox clinical psychologist Dr Rufus May.
  y her father, and when she reveals this to her mother the latter is unsure of what to do other than confront him and try to deal with the situation herself. Ho
 ere interned between June and December 1916 after the Easter Rising in Dublin. The city lay in ruins, the rebels' hopes had been dashed and the newly-d
 siness world crumbled and his staff turned against him
 rve at a speed greater than the limit for that section of track. The two front carriages crash into an adjacent apartment block. 107 people are killed and 555
  to treat survivors of the Belsen concentration camp, told from the perspective of a fictional army cameraman named Aidan.
ng disability who is having a sexual relationship with her boyfriend, and the ethical issues surrounding her possible sterilisation. Includes dramatised segm
 anged the course of British history. In 1954, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu and his friend Peter Wildeblood were arrested after a concerted effort by the police
  his programme recalls the events that led up to one of the most dangerous moments in the entire history of the Cold War.
 ning the lure of the North Face of the Eiger, and why he returned and continued climbing in spite of being told he wouldn't be able to again after a near-de
 h triggered one of the biggest migrations in history. 15 million were displaced and more than a million lost their lives. The story is told through the testimon


 survived the War and the Holocaust and were finally reunited. The mother was in the Warsaw Ghetto and Ravensbruck, and her daughters were also in t
Edward, Duke of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, who was forced to take up the dukedom and reluctantly fought on the German side in the First World War. Bec
  the book which kick-started the Scout movement.
1970s and being the first to get men to the moon. Includes restored archive footage and interviews with some of the astronauts and personnel involved.

 rbian leader Slobodan Milosevic.
 ing Shirley MacLaine, Pete Postlethwaite and Christopher Plummer, which is due for release on December 28 2007. It tells of a Belfast man who found a
och Powell's infamous 'Rivers of Blood' speech in 1968.
mission - to lure enemy bombers away from the troops landing in San Carlos Bay. After surviving a barrage of air attacks, Covenrty was finally hit on May 2
who invented the printing press.
ogramme, Eric Newby, author of the classic travel book 'A Short Walk in the Hindu Kush'.
 ritish history. This documentary features recollections from the children who had to face the loss of the fathers they barely knew.
 n 50 years set to the sounds of King Creosote vs Tunng.
  for a week. Anton and Andrew are a Chinese father and son who disagree over Anton's love of dance. At the end of the week, parents and teens watch

 mprisonment, public shame and the destruction of his family after exposing his government’s doubts on the Iraqi weapons programme. A devastating crtiq
 cord of her life, convinced she's going to die at her current age of 71 like many of her family before her. She looks back at her volatile upbringing in Formb
 orkers with learning disabilities making a variety of organic breads for daily delivery to shops in Edinburgh.
an extraordinary adventure by one of the up and coming sides in world cricket nd captures that now legendary victory against the Pakistan side on St Patri
pportive community for people with various learning disabilities, workers interact using individual expressions, repetitive speech, and sign language, revea
 ving with albinism – a condition which has often made her an outsider – but equally determined to lead a normal life. “I’ll never be able to drive a car, but t
 lim community, illustrate their hopeful efforts to discover Jade in the harsh conditions of a dried-up river bed in a remote town on the Silk Road in Western
who have resorted to self-harm as a way of coping with life.
andmother Silla Carron as she works with the residents of the Wolseley Road Flats in Plymouth to improve where they live. She believes she can tackle a
 eek; Maryam; A Northern Soul; Rocky
  of old women and a forgetful priest get by without telephone, water or link to the outside world. This film observes their everyday struggles and longing fo
 of 24 civilians by US Marines in 2005
  battling against Multiple Sclerosis. Living in an increasing state of immobility and frustration, Johnny escapes the confines of his frontroom through his ar
e now surrounded by a wall, Jewish settlements and a checkpoint.
old men fishing on a frozen lake. In a landscape cloaked in snow and hovering in a bright nothingness, they escape their wives, chew the fat about neighb
y Club, Jo has big dreams of putting its name in lights. Times are tough though, she is in business with two men who lack her passion and has to battle wit
 ver Eric Ravilious, dedicated his art to a small area of North Devon, where over a period of two decades he took more than 80,000 photographs. This col
as a goddess (at least until she is 12!) with clashes between riot police and protesters on the streets outside her home
 and underwent a procedure himself

now been viewed by over 9 million people. In this incredible clip 1500 inmates of a Filipino prison dance to Michael Jackson's Thriller. But Thriller isn't the o
has taken. Joyce, Yvonne Ridley’s mother, a devout Christian relays this account of when her daughter, a journalist came back from Afghanistan after bein
 ero follows Nadya from her rejection of the monetary-based system to find an alternative way of living. It is a journey which takes us from Rome to Venus,

 s are dominated by their relationship to possessions. The film questions whether hoarding is a symptom of mental illness or a revolt against the material r
OL department at West Thames College. This bright, sparse, observational film records staff and students as they struggle with the complexities of Englis
Skateboarding as a hobby and deflection from street problems
nity of men who've developed a sequence of tricks, codes and routines that they claim men can use to seduce any woman
Sandra Esqulant who has been running the Golden Heart pub for nearly 30 years.http://www.hazandphil.co.uk/biogs.html
ast generation of Gaelic storytellerson the Isle of Skye
wo months leading to the start of the 2007 outdoor season. Sprinters is an intimate and arresting portrayal of the frequently brutal world of top level athleti
 lympics. Maclean’s heroic cycling is set against the story of Odysseus, creating a heart-stoppingly rich portrayal of man.
 the A2 motorway, in Greenwich, London longitude 0°. It explores the day to day life of the Tea Hut for an entire year and paints the portrait of some of its c
 day she travels over six hours into the sprawling city to work as a cleaning lady for the middle class ladies of north Tehran. Her husband is blind, she has

 of colour, worldwide, lighten their skins for many different reasons. This observational documentary follows a small ambitious skin lightening company who
 re at war over a breed of wild mountain goats that have lived in the nearby Valley of the Rocks for hundreds of years. Can a group dedicated to the protec
 tory of a group of children who use music to overcome hardship and loss. It is the story of an orphanage, unlike one you’ve ever seen before, and of the d
cape for fifty years. Their demolition was an emotional event, particularly for those who had helped build them.
pioneers who wanted to reach the ultimate extreme: absolute zero, a place so cold that the physical world as we know it doesn't exist, electricity flows witho
 m, including giant tortoises. crocodiles and caimans.

 f one of the greatest scientific discoveries ever: that the material world is made up of atoms. Part 1:from the discovery of the atom to the development o
 Crohn’s disease more than twenty years ago. This unpredictable condition of the immune
 g Cantor, Ludwig Boltzmann, Kurt Gödel and Alan Turing, their genius, their tragic madness and their ultimate suicides.
 artmoor in all its seasons, sharing the distinctively Indian perspective he brings to one of England’s best known landscapes.
  4.6 billion years, it came to be the remarkable place it is today.
  siting Ukraine to help his friend and fellow neurosurgeon create a viable brain surgery clinic in Kiev, smuggling in discarded NHS equipment. Despite opp
 rom the woman who is having her most traumatic memories wiped by a pill, to the man with no memory, this film reveals how these remarkable human sto
   to draw very detailed pictures of buildings and cities entirely from memory. Looks at his life and his work, and also follows his drawing a 4 metre panoram
  m neurofibromatosis, as he undergoes surgery to remove the 20 kilogramme tumours that have afflicted him.
unther von Hagens show eighteen volunteers the harm their terrible diets are doing to them and what they can do to change their ways and get healthy. Lo
most permanent epileptic fits caused by the progressive brain disorder Rasmussen's encephalitis. Follows her and her family as she undergoes a complex
human brain. When accidents in the brain reveal extraordinary skills - featuring George Widener, the human calculator, and Tommy McHugh, a labourer t
Maryland travels to Indonesia to attempt to diagnose Dede's mysterious condition
her 11+ to becoming one of the most celebrated scientists in her field.
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  ts and the former colleagues of his father—Hugh Everett—about his father's many-worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics. 2] 3]
  m as they decipher the ancient mysteries surrounding mummies who died thousands of years ago.
 asy-to-understand manner, as well as to acquaint viewers with Prof Stephen Hawking’s extraordinary life, mission and character.
 e elusive and fleeting moment of a tiger at the peak of its powers".
 th a GCSE class to help them pass their GCSE Science exams. Each week, Sky Learning will produce a study guide for each episode highlighting key po
e as flushers, who work under the streets of London. For 150 years flushers have spent their working lives knee deep in excrement; a special band of brot
 nto the bizarre world of children’s entertainers and their relationship with modern children
  tonbury than on a building site in Spain. But they do have a dream. Well, Dawn does, anyway. A dream to escape their humdrum lives in north London an
perverted to fit the demands of the beauty industry. In a bid to get to grips with her naked self, Dawn is propelled into all manner of uncompromising situati
ness explores the art, craft and deeply competitive business of creating contemporary television comedy. What is funny? Where does the ability, to make
 o find out what it means to be Jewish in the modern world.
  or its bespoke tailoring establishments. The tailors fear for their future and identity when giant jeanswear company Abercrombie and Fitch arrives on the s
  which he grew up and reflecting on how the influence of that predominantly left-wing environment formed his political views. In spite of being born in 1979
 re like a delicatessen. Arthur eats roadkill. He has sampled cat, barn owl, squirrel, hedgehog and badger. But his lifestyle is under attack. His isolated cott
 e director's street, all with different characters, relationships, income, and lives.
  ssive new develpment going on, and also visits Nanje, one of the few remaining traditional Communist communes.
  tonbury than on a building site in Spain. But they do have a dream. Well, Dawn does, anyway. A dream to escape their humdrum lives in north London an
 children in the Evergreen Primary School in Wuhan, China. The candidates, Luo Lei, Xu Xaiofei, and Cheng Cheng, compete against each other for the c
egnancies and births at the Liverpool Women's Hospital, and give their views on love and motherhood.
   in poverty and foster homes, as he goes undercover in Salford. He does voluntary work at a local centre for the homeless and the Salford Lads Club. He
    his Venezuelan farm and turns them into premium chocolate at his Devon factory.

empt to launch a revolutionary sub-millimeter telescope on a NASA high-altitude ballon in the hope of shedding light on the origins of the universe.

 ting excitement but it turns out to be a dump outside Croydon where for 3 weeks they must eat, sleep and survive using the rubbish around them
 ials and the myth of carbon neutrality
   there aren't as many around as there used to be. In fact after surviving for millions of years in the Mediterranean, seals are one of the most endangered s
  hen mankind had the chance to save itself from extinction through climate change, and refused to do so.

 ate haunting and vivid works of art. In this award winning short doc film-maker Rokhsareh Ghaemmaghami animates Aminfar’s paintings, revealing a rich
education system, which she feels led her to become a mother after her only sexual encounter.
 n New South Wales, Australia recorded the most number of votes against aboriginals being allowed to be included in the census. This powerful doc explo
sappoint with this swirling and impassioned autobiographical treatise on growing up in down trodden Liverpool after World War II. A dream-like blend of ne
 d easily have been destined for complete obscurity. But a powerful narrative about a boy and his dog who are shunted from town to town and betrayed by
and 17th century text which deals with similar viewpoints to their own.
 ir motivations, training and competing.
 uggling in discarded NHS equipment. Despite opposition from the KGB and government, the clinic provides operations for conditions that would otherwise

aste. The film follows the efforts of Reynolds and his followers to introduce a "sustainable building test site" law as well as their trips to Little Andaman Isla


war who died in custody, and the regimes at places such as Abu Ghraib, Bagram and Guantanamo Bay.




an, but to deny it and the paternity of his son Ross to his dying breath.


, and detectives who specialise in finding kidnapped children and orchestrating their escape.


East meets Western culture


s by Israel and other countries, but also the repression of political rivals and free speech. Looks at members of the party and the split between moderniser
e protesters, filming the bloody crackdown and gauging the mood of the nation
ete afternoon and evening recording from Channel Four.
 and relevance in a changing community and society.
 a result of the decline in home-grown food and the banning of fox-hunting.
ays of the Vietnam War. This is his account of his journey.
 r culture, intrigued by its rules and language. He meets David Silva, who is serving 521 years and 11 life sentences and is locked down for 23 hours a day
resident Gayoom and finds a people who are impatient for change

nd one day, Cliff’s story is unlikely to be a comfort. Aged 78, he has spent the last 50 years suffering night terrors after the bloody slaughter he witnessed

 tells the story of his reign over Cosa Nostra, his decades on the run and the dedicated police investigation that eventually managed to capture him and as

ban. The two series involved Kemp and a small embedded film crew following troops fighting in Helmand Province, documenting their part in the ongoing O
University, he also worked for Reuters, the BBC, Channel Four, European Business Channel, Asia Business News, European Business News, and CNBC
 in June 2007 to report for The Times on the meeting of the world's most powerful nations - the G8 summit. Lee was mentored throughout Tony Blair's last

mselves divided by a high-security international border, though their houses often lay less than 100m apart. Before long, influential families moved their bu

 rieving mothers, politicians and the man widely regarded as coining the phrase "axis of evil", who still supports the war
and the documentary was made to show what Lupus is and does
r hitting them and Social Services get involved. Follows developments as they become concerned about the physical and emotional development of the b

("a grindingly boring job") and newspaper sub-editor, to his pre-eminence as the most lauded man of Irish letters.
 message of Rastafarianism to the rest of the world. Here, we witness the tumultuous world events of 1977 through Bob Marley’s songs and archival footage.
o fulfill his ambition of conducting a performance of Bach's Magnificat in the school chapel.
 n with acclaimed theatre and opera director Chen Shi-Zheng.
y many as one of the most radical and fiercely talented architects of his generation, with more than 30 building projects around the world from Seoul to San

rman at work, further using home movies and images from his film scrapbooks.

ola's first and only school of its kind. It houses some 80 students, most of them desperately poor. Many face disapproval and outright rejection from their fa
 into a world renowned, pioneering gallery of contemporary cutting edge work of extraordinary artists from around the globe.
rs, he prepares for a new set of concerts with a finale at the 100 Club, the venue where he launched his career 60 years earlier.


 about Tchaikovsky’s ballet that has made it such an essential part of every child’s Christmas all over the world. Why has this classic story of growing up,

roject, which gives local township children the opportunity to learn classical stringed instruments virtually free of charge, has transformed the lives of many

ohn Ruskin. Collings follows in Ruskin's footsteps to locations including Venice, the Alps and, closer to home, Britain's stunning Lake District.
nd charming dandy. The film focuses on some of the most beautiful and alarming paintings ever made in this country; pictures of aristocrats and prostitute
rdinary people - a boy, a soldier and a mother.

y. What is funny? Where does the ability, to make millions of people laugh, emerge from? And how did a young Irishman come to define what is, for many

, Leicester.He forms a choir with the ultimate aim of taking them to the Schools Prom at the Albert Hall, London.



gh was joined on the campaign by fellow celebrity chef, Jamie Oliver, who chose to highlight the issues in the more graphic Jamie's Fowl Dinners.
upils at Monteagle Primary School in Dagenham, and sets a one-year target to ensure that every single one of them learns to read.
of Tanna who travel to England to participate in an experiment which Guy Adams of The Independent called reverse anthropology.[3] The series has three


he jungle, far from civilisation. The tribe have a fascination with the West, and now they visit Britain for a fortnight to see a way of life quite unlike their ow
he two series involved Kemp and a small embedded film crew following troops fighting in Helmand Province, documenting their part in the ongoing Operat




 based. In November 2005, a roadside IED (Improvised Explosive Device) kills one US Marine and wounds two others. Enraged fellow Marines take reven
 g told he wouldn't be able to again after a near-death experience on the Eiger previously.
ader of the Blind Beggar Boys arrives with a bullet wound.



ont him and try to deal with the situation herself. However, when the abuse continues she reports her husband to the police and he is imprisoned. Years la
he rebels' hopes had been dashed and the newly-declared Irish republic had been crushed by the might of the British Empire after only six days. an accou

ent apartment block. 107 people are killed and 555 are injured.

er possible sterilisation. Includes dramatised segments and discussions between real-life psychiatrists and legal professionals.
were arrested after a concerted effort by the police to ensnare them for homosexual offences. Their subsequent trial and conviction were to mark a sea ch

g told he wouldn't be able to again after a near-death experience on the Eiger previously.
st their lives. The story is told through the testimony of people who lived together for centuries, but were forced out of their homes as one of the largest an


nd Ravensbruck, and her daughters were also in the Warsaw Ghetto before they were smuggled out to a convent for safety. The father survived in Budap
ht on the German side in the First World War. Because of that he was ostracised by the rest of the royal family and stripped of his English titles. During the

some of the astronauts and personnel involved.
mber 28 2007. It tells of a Belfast man who found a wedding ring at the site of a plane crash 50 years after the disaster and his attempts to return it to the w

 ge of air attacks, Covenrty was finally hit on May 25th, 1982. Twenty five years on, her Captain and crew tell the full story for the first time.


 fathers they barely knew.

  At the end of the week, parents and teens watch the films and gain a real insight into each other's lives and feelings.

 the Iraqi weapons programme. A devastating crtique on the death of truth in the new Europe.
 She looks back at her volatile upbringing in Formby in the 1940s, her time as an actress in the Liverpool Playhouse and her failed relationships with seve

endary victory against the Pakistan side on St Patrick's day in 2007
sions, repetitive speech, and sign language, revealing intricate social relationships with each other.
a normal life. “I’ll never be able to drive a car, but that’s about it” she says as she climbs the highest indoor climbing arena in Europe.
 bed in a remote town on the Silk Road in Western China.

 ove where they live. She believes she can tackle anti social behaviour to bureaucracy anywhere and she’s not afraid of anyone or anything that gets in he

m observes their everyday struggles and longing for human contact. Yet, amidst the quiet beauty and decay of Goleshovo, some hope may still prevail.

 capes the confines of his frontroom through his artwork.

  hey escape their wives, chew the fat about neighbours in their town as they wait…
 wo men who lack her passion and has to battle with a landlord who threatens to turn the club into a car showroom. Will Jo’s dream come true?
 s he took more than 80,000 photographs. This collection has become one of the most comprehensive and poignant archives in the country, documenting



 to Michael Jackson's Thriller. But Thriller isn't the only dance the inmates perform; their dazzling repertoire includes Giorgio Moroder's Electric Dreams, a
  a journalist came back from Afghanistan after being detained by the Taliban converted to Islam.
 t is a journey which takes us from Rome to Venus, where social innovator and futurist, Jacques Fresco, proposes a solution.

m of mental illness or a revolt against the material recklessness of consumerism. When does collecting become hoarding and why do possessions exert su
nts as they struggle with the complexities of English language and culture, and the strange limbo of a labyrinthine asylum system. A film about loneliness,




 yal of the frequently brutal world of top level athletics, revealing the mental and physical barriers confronted by the runners as they pursue their dreams, a

 n entire year and paints the portrait of some of its customers.
 es of north Tehran. Her husband is blind, she has five children and two grandchildren and she is still the main breadwinner. We travel behind the scenes

ows a small ambitious skin lightening company who are hoping to hit the big time.
 reds of years. Can a group dedicated to the protection of this rare breed, The Friends of the Goats, save the animals from extinction?
e, unlike one you’ve ever seen before, and of the drive of these remarkable young singers and their teachers to make it to London for a series of concerts.

 d as we know it doesn't exist, electricity flows without resistance, fluids defy gravity and the speed of light can be reduced to 38 miles per hour.


om the discovery of the atom to the development of quantum mechanics.
uggling in discarded NHS equipment. Despite opposition from the KGB and government, the clinic provides operations for conditions that would otherwise
, this film reveals how these remarkable human stories are transforming our understanding of this unique human ability.
 k, and also follows his drawing a 4 metre panorama of London over five days, based on a fifteen minute helicopter ride above the city.

ey can do to change their ways and get healthy. Looks at the high risks of developing conditions such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes by having a d
ws her and her family as she undergoes a complex and dangerous operation to try and rectify the problem. Also looks at teenager Sean Goldthorpe in Lon
man calculator, and Tommy McHugh, a labourer turned into an artist by a stroke.


                            [   [
n of quantum mechanics. 2] 3]

e, mission and character.

a study guide for each episode highlighting key points from the show, providing hints and tips, as well as practice exam questions all of which will help you
es knee deep in excrement; a special band of brothers united in their goal to keep our streets faeces free and save us from infectious waste and diseases

  to escape their humdrum lives in north London and restore and redesign a house in the hills outside Barcelona, which they will then rent out as a retro re
 ropelled into all manner of uncompromising situations - from hanging out with naturists to learning a valuable lesson in morality from a stripper. Spurred o
y. What is funny? Where does the ability, to make millions of people laugh, emerge from? And how did a young Irishman come to define what is, for many

ar company Abercrombie and Fitch arrives on the street, but in the past this resilient bunch have seen off the Kaiser, the Luftwaffe and Giorgio Armani. Th
ed his political views. In spite of being born in 1979 as one of "Thatcher's children", the "thought of nailing his colours to the Tory mast" seems "nothing sh
 r. But his lifestyle is under attack. His isolated cottage on Bodmin moor has started receiving abusive calls from disgruntled locals. His wife, a vegetarian


 to escape their humdrum lives in north London and restore and redesign a house in the hills outside Barcelona, which they will then rent out as a retro re
heng Cheng, compete against each other for the coveted role and are egged on by their teachers and doting parents.This was reported to be the first elec

e for the homeless and the Salford Lads Club. He also becomes involved with a group of local residents who are trying to save their homes from demolitio


hedding light on the origins of the universe.

nd survive using the rubbish around them

terranean, seals are one of the most endangered species in Europe. Tourism has forced them from their natural habitat, and sun worshipers now crowd th


 ami animates Aminfar’s paintings, revealing a rich inner life and difficult childhood. Hassled by police, and ridiculed by passersby, friends of Aminfar help

be included in the census. This powerful doc explores the troubled history of the town, from a horrific massacre of Aboriginals in 1838, to the all too real ex
erpool after World War II. A dream-like blend of new and archival footage of Liverpool, personal anecdotes and poetry practically evokes the smell of pas
ho are shunted from town to town and betrayed by the world only to find a tragic end together took its readers by the heart and never really let go. Today,
ides operations for conditions that would otherwise remain untreated.

ite" law as well as their trips to Little Andaman Island after the tsunami and Mexico after Hurricane Katrina to build new homes for the victims.




bers of the party and the split between modernisers and hardliners and initial attempts at a truce with Israel.




e sentences and is locked down for 23 hours a day. He meets Deborah and Rob, a transgender couple who live together in the prison. And he meets 'Pla


ght terrors after the bloody slaughter he witnessed in Malaya. And Eddie was a blue-capped UN peace-keeper in Bosnia who had to stand by and watch a

ion that eventually managed to capture him and asks what the future will be for Cosa Nostra following his arrest.

d Province, documenting their part in the ongoing Operation Herrick.
ness News, European Business News, and CNBC Europe in the 1990s until he was made redundant from CNBC in 2000. In January 2008, a documenta
mit. Lee was mentored throughout Tony Blair's last summit by acclaimed journalist Philip Webster, The Times' Political Editor. In stark contrast to Philip's 3

art. Before long, influential families moved their business underground, through dozens of secret tunnels burrowed below the Israeli border fence.



t the physical and emotional development of the boys and the lead up to their decision to remove the boys into care. Then revisits the boys as adults to as




uilding projects around the world from Seoul to San Francisco. With unprecedented access, the film traces the life, influences and work of this startlingly o



ace disapproval and outright rejection from their families who can't see a future in music.
 career 60 years earlier.


he world. Why has this classic story of growing up, set to music and performed, inspired so many artists over the decades?

y free of charge, has transformed the lives of many youngsters and produced musicians of international quality. Under Rosemary Nalden’s direction, the B

home, Britain's stunning Lake District.
 n this country; pictures of aristocrats and prostitutes, coronations and killings, opera houses and music halls, and will evoke the long-lost atmosphere of E


a young Irishman come to define what is, for many, the classic British sitcom? Starting in January 2007 and going on to film for more than six months, Wild




n the more graphic Jamie's Fowl Dinners.

alled reverse anthropology.[3] The series has three episodes in which they visited a Norfolk pig farm, a Manchester estate, and Chillingham Castle in North


a fortnight to see a way of life quite unlike their own
ince, documenting their part in the ongoing Operation Herrick




nds two others. Enraged fellow Marines take revenge by killing twenty-four Iraqis: men, women and children.




 sband to the police and he is imprisoned. Years later, after being released, he spends time in a special therapy unit. The family then decide to try anew an
t of the British Empire after only six days. an account of this crucial yet neglected episode in Irish history, which took place on Welsh soil from the words o



nd legal professionals.
sequent trial and conviction were to mark a sea change in public opinion, which eventually led to the Wolfenden Committee's landmark recommendations


 forced out of their homes as one of the largest and most ethnically diverse nations in the world was divided. Dramatised reconstructions evoke some of t


 a convent for safety. The father survived in Budapest. Reunited after the War, they were then separated again when the family tried to escape Communis
  family and stripped of his English titles. During the 1920s and 1930s he became an enthusiastic supporter of Hitler and the Nazis. Includes interviews wit
er the disaster and his attempts to return it to the widow of the US bomber pilot killed in 1944

w tell the full story for the first time.




ol Playhouse and her failed relationships with several men, and the film also gives a unique insight into how one of Britain's greatest living authors goes ab



oor climbing arena in Europe.


e’s not afraid of anyone or anything that gets in her way.

cay of Goleshovo, some hope may still prevail.




 showroom. Will Jo’s dream come true?
and poignant archives in the country, documenting an English world and way of life most people had thought long gone.



oire includes Giorgio Moroder's Electric Dreams, a rock version of Canon in D and numbers from Sister Act. Director Sarah McCarthy went to the Philippin



become hoarding and why do possessions exert such an influence on our lives?
byrinthine asylum system. A film about loneliness, bravery and self-expression.




nted by the runners as they pursue their dreams, and a world in which agony, ecstasy, winning and losing are a daily reality.


e main breadwinner. We travel behind the scenes to witness the extraordinary life of Pari, a strong woman who has carried her family through many adver


e the animals from extinction?
chers to make it to London for a series of concerts.

ht can be reduced to 38 miles per hour.
 ides operations for conditions that would otherwise remain untreated.

e helicopter ride above the city.

 s cancer, heart disease and diabetes by having a diet high in fat, sugar, and salt and low in nutrients and vitamins. Dr Gunther von Hagens does an autop
em. Also looks at teenager Sean Goldthorpe in London, who is undergoing exploratory treatment and monitoring to try and pinpoint how his increasing epi




s practice exam questions all of which will help you in your studies.
ee and save us from infectious waste and diseases

arcelona, which they will then rent out as a retro retreat to A-listers.
 uable lesson in morality from a stripper. Spurred on to try and change attitudes and expectations of the female form, Dawn sets about organising what she
a young Irishman come to define what is, for many, the classic British sitcom? Starting in January 2007 and going on to film for more than six months, Wild

 f the Kaiser, the Luftwaffe and Giorgio Armani. They fight back with an ancient-yet-modern business plan, the model of eco-friendliness, hitting the road to
 g his colours to the Tory mast" seems "nothing short of horrific".[1][2][3] Nonetheless, since casting his first vote at the age of 18 in the Labour landslide o
alls from disgruntled locals. His wife, a vegetarian he met in Watford, is so afraid that she refuses to leave her bedroom. But Arthur refuses to change.


arcelona, which they will then rent out as a retro retreat to A-listers.
oting parents.This was reported to be the first election of its type for a class monitor held in a school in China, as well as an interesting use of classic dem

s who are trying to save their homes from demolition.




 r natural habitat, and sun worshipers now crowd the beaches formerly occupied by seals. So Coppola and director Miloslav Novak set out in search of the


 nd ridiculed by passersby, friends of Aminfar help him prepare for an exhibition. At the same time, Aminfar, who has endured a very unhappy marriage, fin

assacre of Aboriginals in 1838, to the all too real existence of a brutal Aboriginal boys’ home – where many of the boys were snatched from their families.
otes and poetry practically evokes the smell of past failures and hopes for a new beginning that filled England’s air in the 50s. Peppered with wry northern
eaders by the heart and never really let go. Today, the story of the dog of Flanders is an international cult classic inspiring dozens of Hollywood films, com
na to build new homes for the victims.




who live together in the prison. And he meets 'Playboy' Nolan- an ex mobster who is about to be released.


keeper in Bosnia who had to stand by and watch as ethnic cleaning carried on around him. The scars he carries now are both physical and mental. Fightin




om CNBC in 2000. In January 2008, a documentary, "Saving Ed Mitchell", was shown about his struggle with huge credit card debts, alcoholism and hom
Times' Political Editor. In stark contrast to Philip's 30 years as a journalist, Lee had no experience of writing and was unsure of the relevance politics offere

s burrowed below the Israeli border fence.



oys into care. Then revisits the boys as adults to assess how those decisions affected and impacted on their lives.




ces the life, influences and work of this startlingly original thinker, philosopher, musician and artist.
 quality. Under Rosemary Nalden’s direction, the Buskaid Ensemble has played in many of the world’s most prestigious concert halls, and its performance


halls, and will evoke the long-lost atmosphere of Edwardian London. But above all it will show that from their two outposts in Chelsea and Camden, Sicke


and going on to film for more than six months, Wildfire Films follow Graham Linehan as he brings a second series of his Channel 4 sit-com, The IT Crowd




Manchester estate, and Chillingham Castle in Northumberland.[3]




 therapy unit. The family then decide to try anew and he returns to the family home.
y, which took place on Welsh soil from the words of the men who were there




olfenden Committee's landmark recommendations for the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Britain.


ided. Dramatised reconstructions evoke some of the mistrust, violence and upheaval that ensued.


d again when the family tried to escape Communist Poland. Includes interviews with the two sisters.
rter of Hitler and the Nazis. Includes interviews with members of his family.
how one of Britain's greatest living authors goes about writing a book




Act. Director Sarah McCarthy went to the Philippines to discover why on earth a prison full of murderers, rapists and drug dealers were dancing to 80s pop




an who has carried her family through many adversities.
d vitamins. Dr Gunther von Hagens does an autopsy to reveal the internal damage that can occur, with damage to organs, and clogged arteries. Jamie O
onitoring to try and pinpoint how his increasing epileptic fits can be tackled.




female form, Dawn sets about organising what she hopes will become the ultimate female Flashmob.
and going on to film for more than six months, Wildfire Films follow Graham Linehan as he brings a second series of his Channel 4 sit-com, The IT Crowd

an, the model of eco-friendliness, hitting the road to take the service overseas and winning new clients.
 irst vote at the age of 18 in the Labour landslide of 1997 he has become increasingly disillusioned with the Labour government and wonders if he can "do
ve her bedroom. But Arthur refuses to change.



                                                                                                          [
China, as well as an interesting use of classic democratic voting principles and interpersonal dymanics. 1]




and director Miloslav Novak set out in search of the elusive creature, whose fate, they learn, is another sad byproduct of human arrogance. Along the way


nfar, who has endured a very unhappy marriage, finds himself falling in love. But will she reciprocate?

any of the boys were snatched from their families. At its core are the testimonies of the residents of a nursing home, recalling lives blighted by poverty, me
gland’s air in the 50s. Peppered with wry northern humor, Davies’ recollections makes this powerful and wonderfully creative doc all the more authentic. It
 t classic inspiring dozens of Hollywood films, comics, tour groups, and a 52 episode tv series in Japan! Tracing the story back to its roots, Patrasche cree
e carries now are both physical and mental. Fighting in wars is one thing, but trying to fit back into society afterwards is quite another, and with moving tes




e with huge credit card debts, alcoholism and homelessness. The end of the documentary, presented by his ITN colleague Carol Barnes, showed him bein
ting and was unsure of the relevance politics offered him or his peers.
most prestigious concert halls, and its performance at the 2007 BBC Proms in London won it unanimous critical acclaim. In 2009 Gramophone magazine


 their two outposts in Chelsea and Camden, Sickert and Sargent were waging a war whose legacy still haunts us today. These two larger-than-life immigr


ond series of his Channel 4 sit-com, The IT Crowd to the screen.
, rapists and drug dealers were dancing to 80s pop. The dance spectaculars are the brainchild of Byron Garcia. Byron was appointed Head of the Prison i
 damage to organs, and clogged arteries. Jamie Oliver gives advice on simple changes to diet that can improve health.




ond series of his Channel 4 sit-com, The IT Crowd to the screen.


the Labour government and wonders if he can "do the unthinkable and turn Tory".




sad byproduct of human arrogance. Along the way in this creative documentary there are some good seal tales – including the legendary Gaston, who rod




ursing home, recalling lives blighted by poverty, mental illness, suicide and violence. Aboriginal owned and run, the home has a mix of both races - althoug
d wonderfully creative doc all the more authentic. It often feels like a step into a time rift that let’s you live the defining period for a generation. Undoubtedly
 Tracing the story back to its roots, Patrasche creeps into the enormous fan base to unravel the dedication and understand its appeal that reaches back to
y afterwards is quite another, and with moving testimony and stark footage, these stories will embed themselves in your mind like a lodged bullet.




y his ITN colleague Carol Barnes, showed him being given an opportunity to return to presenting if he attended The Priory clinic for rehabilitation. He has s
s critical acclaim. In 2009 Gramophone magazine identified the Ensemble as one of the world’s ten most inspiring orchestras.


haunts us today. These two larger-than-life immigrants were battling for nothing less than the future soul of British art. Surveying the big names of recent B
Garcia. Byron was appointed Head of the Prison in 2004 by his sister Gwendolyn, who is governor of the province. When Gwendolyn requests a special p
al tales – including the legendary Gaston, who rode flood waters out of the Prague Zoo only to end up in Germany. His escapade led to his adoption by th




 nd run, the home has a mix of both races - although the indigenous still have a life expectancy 17 years shorter than their white brethren . Further candid
e the defining period for a generation. Undoubtedly, Of Time and the City will be screened for generations to come.
ion and understand its appeal that reaches back to the silent era of Hollywood. Thoroughly researched and intriguing, this is a gem that is sure to garner t
emselves in your mind like a lodged bullet.




tended The Priory clinic for rehabilitation. He has successfully continued to abstain from drinking for the last three years.
t inspiring orchestras.


l of British art. Surveying the big names of recent British art - Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff, Paula Rego, Jenny Saville, Lucien Freud, Francis Bacon - an
he province. When Gwendolyn requests a special performance by the prisoners as part of her birthday celebrations, Byron adds one more dance to the pr
n Germany. His escapade led to his adoption by the Prime Minister and a posthumous statue in the zoo. No such luck for seal Ulysses, tossed by a photo




 shorter than their white brethren . Further candid interviews with Kempsey inhabitants testify to the ongoing racial tensions – to abiding stereotypes and o

and intriguing, this is a gem that is sure to garner the same cult status as the book.
go, Jenny Saville, Lucien Freud, Francis Bacon - and their thick paint, ugly aesthetic and proletarian fleshiness, it is clear that it was the 'master of the kitch
elebrations, Byron adds one more dance to the programme - Vanilla Ice's Ice Ice Baby. Murderers on the Dance Floor follows the creation of the newest d
. No such luck for seal Ulysses, tossed by a photojournalist into a fountain. The man was later fined, not for killing a baby seal, but for polluting the water.




going racial tensions – to abiding stereotypes and ongoing segregation. An unusual musical score led by alt country legend Bill Callahan plays its own role
hiness, it is clear that it was the 'master of the kitchen' who was victorious
he Dance Floor follows the creation of the newest dance in a jailhouse that seriously rocks..
t for killing a baby seal, but for polluting the water.




y alt country legend Bill Callahan plays its own role in Director Rachel Landers' stylishly edited and memorable
Film Title                                                     First shown
Age of Stupid                                               15 March 2009; General theatrical release
Baroque from St Peter’s to St Paul’s                        25 March 2009; BBC Four
Caravaggio’s The Taking of Christ (Private Life of a Masterpiece)
                                                            11 April 2009; BBC Two
Cildo Mereilles (The South Bank Show)                       26 October 2008; ITV 1
Do It Yourself: The Story of Rough Trade Records            13 March 2009; BBC Four
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson          27 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Heavy Load (Storyville)                                     9 February 2009; BBC Four
In Search of Beethoven                                      30 March 2009; Barbican Hall before theatrical release
Jazz Baroness (Storyville)                                  17 April 2009; BBC Four
Let There Be Light (Imagine )                               11 November 2008; BBC One
Making of George                                            Date TBA; Pavilion Theatre, Brighton
Mariinsky Theatre (1783-2008) (The South Bank Show)         7 December 2008; ITV 1
Mona Lisa Curse                                             21 September 2008; Channel 4
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation 25 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Passions of Vaughan Williams                                23 May 2008; BBC Four
Paul Scofield (Arena)                                       24 November 2008; BBC Two
Paula Rego: Telling Tales                                   26 January 2009; National Portrait Gallery
Valery Gergiev (Revealed)                                   15 October 2008; CNN International
Rich Hall’s How the West was Lost                           14 June 2008; BBC Four
Sculpture Diaries                                           14 September 2008; Channel 4
Solitary Life of Cranes                                     23 July 2008; BritDoc 2008
Stairway to Heaven                                          23 October 2008; Sky Arts and Sky Arts HD
Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes                                     15 July 2008; More 4
Swing Thing                                                 19 December 2008; BBC Four
Victorians: Home Sweet Home                                 22 February 2009; BBC One
Werner Herzog: Beyond Reason (Imagine)                      1 July 2008; BBC One
Antiques Rogue Show                                         4 January 2009; BBC Two
Diary of Anne Frank                                         5 January 2009; BBC One
House of Saddam                                             30 July 2008; BBC Two
Margaret Thatcher: The Long Walk to Finchley                12 June 2008; BBC Four
Queen Victoria’s Men                                        2 June 2008; Channel 4
Shooting of Thomas Hurndall                                 13 October 2008; Channel 4
Stockwell                                                   21 January 2009; ITV 1
Unsinkable Titanic                                          3 November 2008; Channel 4
A1: The Road Musical (First Cut)                            29 August 2008; Channel 4
Age of Stupid                                               15 March 2009; General theatrical release
Big Boy                                                     28 March 2009; London International Documentary Festival 09
Break In and Make My Day                                    20 February 2009; Channel 4
Calling Home filed under Bridging the Gap: Home             20 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Carefree                                                    26 July 2008; Channel M
Chance of a Lifetime                                        3 May 2008; Mid Ulster Film Festival 08
Christmas with Dad see also Bridging the Gap: Home          21 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Complete History of My Sexual Failures                      27 June 2008; General Theatrical release
Comrades                                                    27 March 2009; Belfast Film Festival 2009
Corpsicles filed under Bridging the Gap: Home               2008
Cultural Revolution II filed under NFTS Show 2009           1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Dad a Fi (Dad and Me)                                       20 January 2009; S4C
Dangerous Love                                              3 March 2009; BBC Three
Dominick Dunne: After the Party                             6 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Emma and Ben filed under NFTS Show 2009                     1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Ground Floor Right                                          12 June 2008; Channel 4
Half Way Home filed under Bridging the Gap: Home            2008
Homing Instinct                                             20 November 2008; Community Channel
I’m Not Dead Yet (Storyville)                               17 November 2008; BBC Four
Iran and the West - The Pariah State                        14 February 2009; BBC Two
Irene filed under Bridging the Gap: Home                    20 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Jukebox Juniors                                             30 March 2009; CBBC
Karelian Cowgirls filed under Bridging the Gap: Home        2008
Kati Patang                                                 1 April 2009; London International Documentary Festival 09
Last American Freak Show                                    31 March 2009; London International Documentary Festival
Carmel (Lifeproof)                                          17 November 2008; Channel 4
Long Distance filed under NFTS Show 2009                    1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Love Bureau filed under NFTS Show 2009                      1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Martin Freeman Goes to Motown (Culture Show)                9 January 2009; BBC Two
Meeting Michael                                             10 February 2009; DFG Screening
My Boyfriend, the Suffolk Strangler(First Cut)              19 September 2008; Channel 4
My Dad The Serial Killer (First Cut)                        31 January 2009; Channel 4
Naming Pluto                                                15 November 2008; Filmstock UK, OXDOX, London Sci-Fi
Not In Our Name                                             28 April 2009; Amnesty International Human Rights Centre London
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation 25 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Puppet Love                                                 5 January 2009; Channel 4
Saving Britney Spears (First Cut)                           1 August 2008; Channel 4
Seven Ages of Love                                          13 February 2009; Channel 4
Shopping the Family                                         16 January 2009; Channel 4
Silent Chamber see NFTS Show 2009
Sinai Sun: Traditional Tourists and Modern Bedouin          15 May 2008; Open University
Squirrel Wars: Red Verses Grey (First Cut)                  6 February 2009; Channel 4
Steel Homes filed under Bridging the Gap: Home              2008
Surviving History                                           15 April 2009; University of Sussex
Together Alone filed under NFTS Show 2009                   1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Us Now                                                      3 December 2008; The Royal Society for the Arts
Waiting for Women filed under NFTS Show 2009                1 February 2009; National Film Theatre, BFI
Watch Me Disappear (Storyville)                             22 August 2008; Channel 4
BLAST!                                                      6 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Catastrophe - Planet of Fire                                8 December 2008; Channel 4
Charles Darwin and the Tree of Life                         1 February 2009; BBC One
Cuckoo                                                      9 January 2009; BBC Two
Earth: The Climate Wars - Battle Begins                     7 September 2008; BBC Two
Evacuees Reunited “Leaving Home”                            15 December 2008; ITV1
Extraordinary Animals in the Womb                           20 October 2008; Channel 4
Genius of Charles Darwin                                    18 August 2008; Channel 4
Great Sperm Race                                            23 March 2009; Channel 4
Journey to the Edge of the Universe                         7 December 2008; National Geographic Channel
Mountains of the Monsoon                                    16 January 2009; BBC2
My Strange Brain                                            14 August 2008; five
Neanderthal Code                                            29 July 2008; five
Screaming Man (Secrets of Egypt)                            13 November 2008; five
Star of Bethlehem                                           24 December 2008; BBC Two
Robot Surgeons (Super Doctors )                             21 August 2008; BBC One
What Darwin Didn’t Know                                     26 January 2009; BBC Four
Sofa Surfers                                                16 March 2009; BBC One
Africa Uncovered                                            18 August 2008; Al Jazeera English
Alan Whicker’s Journey of a Lifetime                        25 March 2009; BBC Two
Amazon with Bruce Parry                                     15 September 2008; BBC Two
Banged Up                                                   7 July 2008; five
Billy Connolly: Journey to the Edge of the World            19 February 2009; ITV
Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts                                   6 May 2008; BBC Three
Britain From Above                                          10 August 2008; BBC One and BBC Two
Christianity, A History - God and the Scientists            11 January 2009; Channel 4
Dining with Terrorists                                      30 January 2009; Al Jazeera English
Doctors and Nurses at War                                   3 February 2009; BBC One
English Heritage                                            24 April 2009; BBC Two
Family                                                      17 September 2008; Channel 4
Genius of Charles Darwin                                    18 August 2008; Channel 4
Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant                                6 April 2009; Channel 4
Hospital                                                    7 April 2009; Channel 4
Iran and the West - The Man Who Changed the World           7 February 2009; BBC Two
Jade                                                         15 September 2008; Living
Jamie’s Ministry of Food UNAVAILABLE                         30 September 2008; Channel 4
Jews                                                         18 June 2008; BBC Four
Lifegivers                                                   13 April 2009; BBC One
Lifeproof                                                    17 November 2008; Channel 4
Louis Theroux: Law and Disorder                              30 November 2008; BBC2
Million Dollar Traders                                       12 January 2009; BBC Two
Missing Live                                                 16 March 2009; BBC One
New Ten Commandments                                         20 June 2008; BBC Two
Ross Kemp: Return to Afghanistan                             28 January 2009; Sky One
Sissinghurst                                                 22 February 2009; BBC Four
Stephen Fry in America                                       12 October 2008; BBC One
Robot Surgeons (SuperDoctors)                                21 August 2008; BBC One
Trawlers, Rigs and Rescues: North Sea                        31 March 2009; Virgin 1
Wine                                                         16 February 2009;
Henry VIII: Mind of a Tyrant                                 6 April 2009; Channel 4
1929: The Great Crash                                        24 January 2009; BBC Two
Airborne: The RAF at 90                                      12 December 2008; BBC Two
American Future: A History by Simon Schama - American Plenty 10 October 2008; BBC Two
7/7: Angels of Edgware Road                                  13 July 2008; Channel 4
Armistice UNAVAILABLE                                        3 November 2008; BBC Four
Ascent of Money                                              1 December 2008; Channel 4
Black Power Salute                                           Date TBA; BBC Four
Christianity, A History - God and the Scientists             11 January 2009; Channel 4
Cromwell in Ireland                                          18 November 2008; BBC Three
Evacuees Reunited “Leaving Home”                             15 December 2008; ITV1
First Oil                                                    10 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Gangster and the Pervert Peer                                16 February 2009; Channel 4
Girls Allowed                                                20 March 2009; BBC Four
Ian Hislop Goes Off The Rails                                10 February 2009; BBC Four
Inside the Body of Henry VIII                                20 April 2009; HISTORY Channel UK
Iran and the West - The Man Who Changed the World            7 February 2009; BBC Two
Jews: The Next Generation                                    25 June 2008; BBC Four
John Akii Bua: An African Tragedy                            10 August 2008; BBC Two
Killing Fields: Long Road to Justice (World's Untold Stories)30 April 2009; CNN International
Kindertransport Story                                        6 April 2009; BBC One
Lost World of Communism: A Socialist Paradise                14 March 2009; BBC Two
Maharajas’ Motor Car                                         8 March 2009; BBC Four
Mud, Sweat and Tractors: The Story of Agriculture - ‘Milk’ UNAVAILABLE BBC Four
                                                             15 April 2009;
Oil Spill - The Exxon Valdez Disaster                        26 March 2009; BBC Two
Palestine Street: The Lost Bride                             14 May 2008; Al Jazeera English
Passage                                                      3 August 2008; BBC Scotland
Thriller in Manila                                           11 November 2008; More 4
Victorian Farm                                               8 January 2009; BBC Two
Victorian Sex Explorer                                       9 June 2008; Channel 4
Words of War                                                 9 November 2008; ITV 1
ABBA Years                                                   12 April 2009; five
Artful Codgers (Cutting Edge) UNAVAILABLE                    15 May 2008; Channel 4
Big Chef Takes On Little Chef                                20 January 2009; Channel 4
Blackadder Rides Again                                       25 December 2008; BBC One
Break In and Make My Day                                     20 February 2009; Channel 4
Cab Driver (Arena)                                           26 July 2008; BBC Four
Clough                                                       25 March 2009; ITV1
Complete History of My Sexual Failures                       27 June 2008; General Theatrical release
Graham Hill: Driven                                          26 May 2008; BBC Four
In Search for Wabi Sabi                                      16 March 2009;
Jews: The Prisoner                                           18 June 2008; BBC Four
Joanna Lumley in the Land of the Northern Lights             7 September 2008; BBC One
Kilimanjaro: The Big Red Nose Climb                          12 March 2009; BBC One
Lion Cub From Harrods                                   24 March 2009; five
Britain’s Really Disgusting Foods (Mischief)            14 August 2008; BBC Three
Paul Merton in India                                    8 October 2008; five
Penelope Keith and the Fast Lady                        19 February 2009; BBC Four
Popeth yn Wyrdd (Everything Green)                      14 July 2008; S4C
Prescott: The Class System and Me                       27 October 2008; BBC Two
Prisoner: X                                             23 October 2008; Virgin 1
Prog Rock Brittania - An Observation In Three Movements 2 January 2009; BBC Four
Puppet Love                                             5 January 2009; Channel 4
Religulous                                              18 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Billy Connolly (Revealed)                               17 September 2008; General theatrical release
Rich Hall’s How the West was Lost                       14 June 2008; BBC Four
Sounds Like Teen Spirit                                 30 April 2009; London Film Festival 2008
                                                        8 March 2009; BBC
Super Rig: Troll A Gas Platform (Richard Hammond's Engineering Connections)Two
Tony Benn’s Defining Moments                            15 June 2008; ITV1 West
Very British Storm Junkie (Cutting Edge)                12 February 2009; Channel 4
Victorian Farm                                          8 January 2009; BBC Two
Yes Men: Fix the World                                  13 January 2009; Charlotte Street Hotel screening
Bridging the Gap: Home see Individual entries
NFTS Show 2009 see individual entries
18 Pregnant Schoolgirls                                 17 March 2009; BBC Three
Abortion, the Choice                                    13 May 2008; BBC Two
Afghan Star UNAVAILABLE                                 7 April 2009; More 4
Afghanistan: Mission Impossible? (Dispatches:)          6 April 2009; Channel 4
Age of Stupid                                           15 March 2009; General theatrical release
Ambulance: 8 Minutes to Disaster                        18 September 2008; Channel 4
Canfod Hedd (Finding Peace)                             27 January 2009; S4C
Chickens, Hugh and Tesco Too                            26 January 2009; Channel 4
Chosen (True Stories)                                   30 October 2008; More 4
Class of ‘62: from 16 to 60                             19 May 2008; BBC Two
Day After Peace                                         Date TBA; BritDoc 2008
Deborah 13: Servant of God                              10 March 2009; BBC Three
Fallen                                                  15 November 2008; BBC Two
Ghosts of the 7th Cavalry (Storyville)                  16 February 2009; BBC Four
Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go                                22 May 2008; BBC Four
Holloway                                                17 March 2009; ITV
Hospital                                                7 April 2009; Channel 4
Inside the Saudi Kingdom                                8 November 2008; BBC Two
Islam in America: Islamic Stars and Stripes             26 October 2008;
Japan - A Story of Love and Hate                        6 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Jews: Keeping the Faith                                 2 July 2008; BBC Four
Josef Fritzl: Story of a Monster                        23 March 2009; BBC Two
Killer in a Small Town: The Ipswich Murders             5 February 2009; Channel 4
Kimberley: Young Mum Ten Years On                       23 April 2009; Channel 4
Lifegivers                                              Date TBA; BBC One
Michael Portillo: Death of a Schoolfriend               7 November 2008; BBC Two
Millionaire and the Murder Mansion (Cutting Edge)       9 April 2009; Channel 4
Mum and Me (One Life)                                   20 May 2008; BBC One
Mum, Heroin and Me (Cutting Edge)                       23 October 2008; Channel 4
My Daughter the Terrorist                               5 August 2008; Frontline Club
My Neighbor My Killer                                   21 March 2009; Human Rights Watch International Film Festival, Lond
My Wall Street (Cutting Edge)                           30 April 2009; Channel 4
Pakistan’s Taliban Generation (Dispatches)              16 March 2009; Channel 4
Pedigree Dogs Exposed                                   19 August 2008; BBC One
Pray the Devil Back to Hell                             20 March 2009; Human Rights Watch Film Festival, London
Primark: On The Rack (Panorama)                         23 June 2008; BBC One
Qur’an                                                  14 July 2008; Channel 4
Rich Kid, Poor Kid (Cutting Edge)                       16 November 2008; Channel 4
Ross Kemp: A Kenya Special                              22 September 2008; Sky One
Rough Aunties(True Stories)                                 30 March 2009; Belfast Film Festival
Saving Africa’s Witch Children (Dispatches)                 12 November 2008; Channel 4
Shannon: The Mother of All Lies. A Panorama Special         4 December 2008; BBC One
Stabbed - UK Knife Crime                                    20 January 2009; BBC1
Surviving Gazza                                             5 January 2009; Channel 4
Terry Pratchett: Living with Alzheimers                     4 February 2009; BBC Two
Time of Their Lives (Storyville and Grey Expectations)      8 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Us Now                                                      3 December 2008; The Royal Society for the Arts
W.I. Lady’s Guide to Brothels                               3 August 2008; Channel 4
One Woman’s War (World’s Untold Stories)                    10 February 2009; CNN International
Would You Save a Stranger? (Cutting Edge)                   2 April 2009; Channel 4
Sofa Surfers                                                16 March 2009; BBC One
Age of Stupid                                               15 March 2009; General theatrical release
Anvil! - The Story of Anvil                                 21 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Break In and Make My Day                                    20 February 2009; Channel 4
Burma VJ                                                    22 March 2009; Human Rights Watch Int. Film Festival
Chosen (True Stories)                                       30 October 2008; More 4
Complete History of My Sexual Failures                      27 June 2008; General Theatrical release
Gonzo: The Life and Work of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson          27 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
In Search of Beethoven                                      30 March 2009; Barbican Hall before theatrical release
Ma Bar                                                      20 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Man on Wire                                                 26 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Not Quite Hollywood: The Wild, Untold Story of Ozploitation 25 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Of Time and the City                                        9 October 2008; Liverpool
Religulous                                                  18 October 2008; London Film Festival 2008
Rich Hall’s How the West was Lost                           14 June 2008; BBC Four
Rough Aunties (True Stories)                                30 March 2009; Belfast Film Festival
Shooting Robert King (formerly Blood Trail)                 17 November 2008; Sheffield Doc/Fest 2008
Sleep furiously                                             19 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Sounds Like Teen Spirit                                     30 April 2009; London Film Festival 2008
Three Miles North of Molkom                                 20 June 2008; Edinburgh International Film Festival 2008
Thriller in Manila (True Stories)                           11 November 2008; More 4
Time of Their Lives                                         8 March 2009; Bird’s Eye View Film Festival - ICA
Heavy Load (Storyville)                                     9 February 2009; BBC Four
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Producer                                        Production Company
Lizzie Gillet                                   One Off Productions Ltd
Susan Doyon                                     ZCZ Films
Jeremy Bugler                                   Fulmar Television & Film Ltd
Gerry Fox
Todd Austin                                     Prospect Pictures
Alex Gibney                                     HDNet Films
Al Morrow, Jonny Persey, Jerry Rothwell         Met Film Ltd
John Cassy                                      Seventh Art Productions
Nick Fraser                                     Clandestine Films Ltd
Alan Yentob, Janet Lee                          BBC
Paul Loman, Barbara Myers                       homegrown-films
Melvyn Bragg                                    Foxtrot Films Ltd
Nicholas Kent                                   Oxford Film and Television
Craig Griffin
Magnus Temple, Jacquie Hughes                   Dragonfly Film and Television/Cruz Productions
Anthony Wall                                    BBC
Jake Auerbach                                   Jake Auerbach Films Ltd
Chris Mansson                                   CNN International
Maggie Womersley                                Open Mike Productions
                                                ZCZ Films
Samantha Zarzosa                                Odd Girl Out Productions
Andre Singer, Tom Shebbeare                     West Park Pictures (part of DCD Media) in assoc with Prince
                                                World of Wonder Productions
Murray Boland                                   CPL
Basil Comely                                    BBC
Chris Hunt                                      Iambic Media Ltd
Flavia Taylor                                   Dragonfly Film and Television Productions Ltd
Elinor Day                                      Darlow Smithson Productions
Steve Lightfoot                                 BBC Productions/HBO
Madonna Baptiste                                Great Meadow Productions
Denys Blakeway                                  Blakeway Productions
Barney Reisz                                    Talkback Thames
Jonathan Rudd                                   ITV Studios
Vicky Matthews                                  Pioneer Productions/Handel Productions in association with D
Sara Ramsden, Catherine Welton                  Endemol / Cheetah
Lizzie Gillet                                   One Off Productions Ltd
Sonja Linden                                    Avanton Productions Oy
Katie Bailiff                                   Century Films
Noe Mendelle & Sonja Henrici                    SDI Productions
Angela Byrne                                    University of Salford
Richard Thomas                                  Catskill Films
Sarah Tierney                                   Clarity Productions
Mark Herbert/Mary Burt/ Henry Trotter           Warp x for Channel 4
Callen Hodgskiss, Poppy Simpson                 Simtar Productions
Tracey Gardiner
                                                National Film and Television School
Gethin Scourfield, Ed Thomas, Catrin Rees       Fiction Factory
Joanna Grace                                    True Vision Productions
Sue Maslin, Daryl Dellora                       Road Trip Films Pty
Polly Stokes                                    National Film and Television School
Marlene Schiott Rasmussen                       doc
Lili Sandelin & Douglas Dougan
Magnus Dennison                                 Meerkat Films
John Battsek                                    Passion Pictures Ltd
Norma Percy                                     Brook Lapping Productions
Kat Hebden                                      Blindside Productions
 Steve Robinson, Chris Morris, Alison Gregory   Indus Film Ltd
Scott Ward; Leslie Hills
Muhamamd Sohail Azad
Richard Butchins, Tim Sparks                   Freak Show Productions
Emma Hindley                                   Lambent Productions Ltd
                                               National Film and Television School
Caterina Monzini                               National Film and Television School
Edward Morgan                                  BBC
Peter Stern
Clare Cameron                                  October Films
Matt Rudge                                     Rumble TV
Ginita Jimenez                                 Father Films
Hazuan Hashim, Phil Maxwell
Craig Griffin
Dunstan Bruce                                  Dandy Films
Lucy Willis                                    RAW TV
Katie Buchanan                                 Keo Films
Katie Bailiff                                  Century Films
da Grøn

                                               Blast! Films
Anna Higgs & Gavin Humphries
Frances Tay, Shivaun Woolfson                  Woofcub Productions
                                               National Film and Television School
Hugh Hartford                                  Banyak Films
Estephan Wagner                                National Film and Television School
                                               Blast!
Claire Missanelli                              Paul Devlin Productions
Stephen Marsh                                  Pioneer Productions
Brian Leith                                    BBC Natural History Unit/Open University
Mike Birkhead                                  Mike Birkhead Associates
Matthew Barrett, John Lynch                    BBC Science/BBC Worldwide
Simon Harries (prime author)                   Leopard Films
Simon Andreae, Andrea Florence                 Pioneer Productions
Rachel Bell                                    IWC Media
Justine Kershaw, Dan Chambers                  Blink! Films
Stuart Carter, Alan Handel                     Pioneer Productions / Handel Productions Inc
Laura Marshall                                 Icon Films
Rory Dalziel                                   ITV Studios
Judith Bunting, Jonathan Hewes                 Wall to Wall/National Geographic
Dan Oliver                                     Atlantic Productions Ltd
Andrew Geffen                                  Atlantic Productions Ltd
Diana Hill                                     Dangerous Films
Anne Laking                                    BBC/Science Channel
Roger James                                    Walsh Bros Ltd
Mike Dillon                                    Al Jazeera English
Peter Davey, David Green                       September Films
Matt Brandon, Rob Sullivan, James Smith        Indus Films/Endeavour Productions
Andrew Nicholson                               Shine North
John Moulson, Barnaby Coughlan, Chris Malone   ITV Productions
Mark Rubens, Tim Quicke, Harry Lansdown        Ricochet
Lucy van Beek                                  Lion Television
Jeremy Dear, David Batty                       Pioneer Productions in Association with CTVC
Phil Rees                                      Out of Office Films
Michael Simkin                                 Steadfast Television
Staphanie Collins                              Oxford Film and Television
Fozia Khan                                     Dragonfly Productions
Rachel Bell                                    IWC Media
Duncan Copp                                    Red House DOX Ltd.
Monica Garnsey                                 North One Television
Dai Richards                                   Brook Lapping Productions
Kate Jackson                                                   Granada
Zoe Collins, Dan Reed                                          Fresh One Productions
Vanessa Engle                                                  BBC Television
Stephen James-Yeoman, James Burstall                           Leopard Films
Emma Hindley                                                   Lambent Productions Ltd
Emma Cooper, Louis Theroux                                     BBC
Anthony Philipson                                              Century Films
Rachel Ford                                                    Leopard Films
Ewan Angus - BBC Scotland, Carole Sheridan - Scottish Screen   SDI Productions/Lansdowne Productions
Clive Tulloh, Ross Kemp                                        Tiger Aspect Productions
Andrew Palmer                                                  Keo Films
John Paul Davidson                                             West Park Pictures
Diana Hill                                                     Dangerous Films
                                                               Original Productions
Patrick Forbes                                                 Oxford Film and Television
Duncan Copp                                                    Red House DOX Ltd.
Denys Blakeway                                                 Blakeway Productions
Todd Austin                                                    Prospect Cymru Wales Ltd. (A DCD Media Company)
Nicholas Kent                                                  Oxford Film and Television
Steve Humphries                                                Testimony Films
Andrea Laux                                                    Barnes Hassid Productions
Simon Berthon, William Grant                                    Chimerica Productions
Natasha Dack                                                   Tigerlily Films
Jeremy Dear, David Batty                                       Pioneer Productions in Association with CTVC
Rachell Towell                                                 Tile Films
Simon Harries (prime author)                                   Leopard Films
Elena Adams                                                    Lone Star Productions
Denys Blakeway                                                 Blakeway Productions
Nick Mirsky                                                    BBC
Neil Cameron, Archie Baron, Mark Bell                          Takeaway Media
Taylor Downing                                                 Flashback Television
Dai Richards                                                   Brook Lapping Productions
Vanessa Engle                                                  BBC Television
Daniel Gordon                                                  Very Much So/Passion Pictures
Tim Schwartz, Kocha Olarn                                      CNN International
Lindsay Hill                                                   BBC Religion & Ethics, Manchester
Lucy Hetherington                                              BBC Current Affairs
Mark Stewart                                                   Mark Stewart Productions
Peter Symes                                                    Available Light Productions
David Lawson, Lina Gopaul                                      Smoking Dogs Films
Giles Trendle                                                  Al Jazeera English
Andrea Nemtin, Kent Martin, John Walker                        PTV Productions/John Walker Productions in co-prod Nation
Elinor Day, John Smithson                                      Darlow Smithson Productions
Naomi Benson                                                   Lion Television
Amy Flanagan                                                   Blast Films
Paula Lichtarowicz                                             ITV Studios
Chris Hunt                                                     Iambic Media Ltd
Amy Flanagan                                                   Blast! Films
Juliet Price                                                   Two Four Productions
Ricky Kelehar                                                  Tiger Aspect Productions
Katie Bailiff                                                  Century Films
Martin Rosenbaum                                               Lone Star Productions
David Moss, Mark Sharman                                       ITV Sport
Mark Herbert/Mary Burt/ Henry Trotter                          Warp x for Channel 4
Mark Stewart                                                   Mark Stewart Productions
Andrew Palmer, Claire Whalley                                  Keo Films
Vanessa Engle                                                  BBC Television
Helena Braun                                                   Takeaway Media
Annie Heather                                                  BBC
Suemay Oram                                  Blink Films
Clare Sillery                                BBC Vision
Paul Sommers, Mark Chapman, Tim Whitwell     TIger Aspect Productions
Peter Hoare                                  Pier Productions Ltd
Ian Rowlands                                 Cwmni Da
Suzanne Lavery                               Tiger Aspect Productions
Andrew Parkin                                Diverse
Mark Cooper
Dunstan Bruce                                Dandy Films
Bill Maher, Johan Smith, Palmer West         Thousand Words
Chris Mansson                                CNN International
Maggie Womersley                             Open Mike Productions
Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley           Number 9 Films
Sarah Swingler, Tom Brisley                  Darlow Smithson Productions
David Parker                                 Available Light Productions
Matt Webster                                 North One Productions
Naomi Benson                                 Lion Television
Alex Cooke                                   Renegade Pictures (UK) Ltd/Arte/Article Z/C4 Britdoc Founda


Denman Rooke                                 October Films
Kirsty Garland                               Century Films
Martin Herring, Mike Lerner, Jahid Mohseni   Roast Beef Productions
Fiona Stourton                               Blakeway Productions
Lizzie Gillet                                One Off Productions Ltd
Mark Raphael                                 North One Television
Neville Hughes                               Cwmni Da
Andrew Palmer                                Keo Films
Brian Woods/Chris Eley                       True Vision Productions
Marilyn Gaunt, Paul Dosaj                    Factotum Films Ltd
John Battsek, Steve Barron, Nick Fraser      Peace One Day
Mira King, Harry Lansdown                    Special Edition Films
Elodie Gornall                               Minnow FIlms
Jeremy Williams                              October Films
Roger Graef, Richard Klein                   Films of Record
Paul Hamann                                  Wild Pictures
Monica Garnsey                               North One Television
Christopher Hird                             Millionmedia Ltd
Amanda Sealy                                 CTVC
Nick Fraser                                  Tenfoot Films
Vanessa Engle                                BBC Television
David Notman-Watt                            Back2Back Productions
Sarah Swingler, John Smithson                Darlow Smithson Productions
Ros Franey                                   Dandy Films
Stephen James-Yeoman                         Leopard Films
Judith Dawson                                Liberty Bell Productions
Adrian Gatton                                Films of Record Ltd
Grant McKee                                  Wellpark Productions
Sarah Murch, Granada Manchester              Granada Manchester Factuals
Morten Daae                                  Snitt Film
Anne Aghion                                  Gacaca Productions
Sam Collyns, John Willis                     Mentorn Media
Julia Barron                                 October Films
Jon Lane                                     Passionate Productions
Abigail E Disney                             Fork Films
Frank Simmonds                               BBC Current Affairs
Samir Shah                                   Juniper Productions
Peter Moore                                  Close-Up Films
Matt Bennett                                 Tiger Aspect Productions
Teddy Leifer, Paul Taylor                 Rise Films
Alice Keens-Soper, Paul Woolwich          Red Rebel Films/Oxford Scientific Films
Andrew Sheldon
Charles Thompson                          Steadfast Television
Nick Bullen                               Spun Gold Productions
Craig Hunter                              IWC Media
Hilary Durman                             RedBird Productions/Certain Pictures
Hugh Hartford                             Banyak Films
Alex Cooke & Donna Clark                  Renegade Pictures (UK) Ltd
Paul Cruickshank, Tom Hayes               CNN International
Jeanette Bell                             Century Films
Roger James                               Walsh Bros Ltd
Lizzie Gillet                             One Off Productions Ltd
Rebecca Yeldman                           Metal on Metal Productions Inc
Katie Bailiff                             Century Films
Lisa-Lense Moller                         Magic Hour Films
Brian Woods/Chris Eley                    True Vision Productions
Mark Herbert/Mary Burt/ Henry Trotter     Warp x for Channel 4
Alex Gibney                               HDNet Films
John Cassy                                Seventh Art Productions
Adrian McDowall, Finlay Pretsell          Imagine Pictures
Simon Chinn                               Wall To Wall in association with Red Box Films
Craig Griffin
Solon Papadopoulos, Roy Boulter           Hurricane Films
Bill Maher, Johan Smith, Palmer West      Thousand Words
Maggie Womersley                          Open Mike Productions
Teddy Leifer, Paul Taylor                 Rise Films
Richard Parry, Vaughan Smith              Blood Trail Film Ltd
Margaret Matheson                         Van Film Ltd/Bard Entertainments Ltd
Elizabeth Karlsen, Stephen Woolley        Number 9 Films
                                          Third Eye Film Productions
Elinor Day, John Smithson                 Darlow Smithson Productions
Hilary Durman                             RedBird Productions and Certain Pictures
Al Morrow, Jonny Persey, Jerry Rothwell   Met Film Ltd
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Franny Armstrong
Waldemar Januszczak
Ian Michael Jones
Gerry Fox
Chris Wilson
Alex Gibney
Jerry Rothwell
Phil Grabsky
Hannah Rothschild
Tim Kirby
Paul Loman, Barbara Myers
Margy Kinmonth
Mandy Chang               WINNER
Mark Hartley
John Bridcut
David Thompson
Jake Auerbach
Rosie Tomkins
Chris Cottam
Waldemar Januszczak
Eva Weber
Andre Singer
Jon Ronson
Alan Lewens
Kate Misrahi
Steve Cole
Norman Hull
Jon Jones
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Niall MacCormick
Rob Coldstream
Rowan Joffe
Jonathan Rudd
Patrick Reams
Benjamin Till
Franny Armstrong
Mia Halme
Jamie Balment
Maria Eduardo, Andrade & Marcelo Starobinas
Nigel Hoar
Sandy Crichton
Conor McCormack
Chris Waitt
Poppy Simpson, Dagmar Tatarczyk
Rowena Cohen
Tian Al Zhang
Nora Ostler               O’r Galon (From the Heart)
Katy Sheppard
Kirsty de Garis, Timothy Jolley
Vanessa Stockley
Marlene Schiott Rasmussen
Paul Gray
Katja Roberts
Elizabeth Stopford        WINNER
Delphine Jardeau
Lindsay Goodall
Liana Stewart
Minttu Mantynen
Muhamamd Sohail Azad
Richard Butchins
Simon Alveranga
Moritz Siebert
Caterina Monzani
Sara Tiefenbrun
Gabrielle Levene
Tanya Freedman
Matt Rudge
Ginita Jimenez
Hazuan Hashim, Phil Maxwell
Mark Hartley
Ed Kevill-Davies
Bruce Fletcher
Zara Hayes
Tom Pearson
da Grøn
Jessica Jacobs
Luke Sewell
Eva Weber
Jesse Quinones, Daniel Quinones
Lucy Kaye
Ivo Gormley
Estephan Wagner
Lucy Cohen
Paul Devlin
Paul Nelson
Sacha Mirzoeff            WINNER
Mike Birkhead
Jonathan Renouf
Series Producer/Director : Jaimi West (prime author)
Peter Chinn
Russell Barnes
Julian Jones
Yavars Abbas
Harry Marshall
Rory Dalziel
Tim Lambert
Francesca Maudlay
Tim Walker
Tricia Lawton, Diana Hill
Tim Lambert
John Walsh
Soraya Agaoglu - Horror and Hope, Greg Norman - Shifting Sands
Stan Griffin
Matt Brandon, Rob Sullivan, Steve Robinson, James Smith
Annaliese Edwards, Jamie Matson, Matt Ramsden, Rick Murray
Bill Jones
Jo Bishop, Edward Levan
Cassian Harrison, Nic Young, Chris Mitchell, Mark Radice
Dimitri Collingridge
Marc Perkins
John Conroy, Deborah Lovett
Patrick Forbes
Jonathan Smith
Russell Barnes
David Sington
Jessica Versluys
Norma Percy, Dai Richards INNER
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Kate Jackson
Eve Kay
Vanessa Engle
Documentary strands - Jaimi West, Studio - Richard Jack
Simon Alveranga, Claire Levy
Emma Cooper, Paddy Wivell
Anthony Philipson
Izaskun Arrieta
Noe Mendelle, Nick Higgins
Matt Bennett
Claire Whalley
John Paul Davidson, Michael Waldman
Tricia Lawton, Diana Hill
Stewart Morris
Nick Angel
David Sington
Joanna Bartholomew
Kevin Sim
Sam Hobkinson
Nick Maddocks
Russell Barnes
Adrian Pennink
Geoff Small
Dimitri Collingridge
Maurice Sweeney
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Nigel Wiliams
Richard Bond
Amanda Richardson
Deborah Lee
Dunja Noack
Norma Percy, Dai Richards
Vanessa Engle
Daniel Gordon
Dan Rivers
Lindsay Hill
Peter Molloy
Patrick Mark
David Parker
John Akomfrah
Geoff Dunlop
John Walker
John Dower                WINNER True Stories
Stuart Elliott
Michael Waldman
Paula Lichtarowicz
Steve Cole
Nick Hornby
Juliet Price
Matt O’Casey
Jamie Balment
Zimena Percival
John McKenna, James Williams, Gabriel Clarke
Chris Waitt
Mark Craig
Richard Alwyn
Vanessa Engle
Archie Baron
Sacha Mirzoeff
Jackie Osei-Tutu
Adam Boome
Heenan Bhatti
Martina Hall
Ifor ap Glyn
Amanda Blue
Mark Roberts
Chris Rodley
Ed Kevill-Davies
Larry Charles
Rosie Tomkins
Chris Cottam
Jamie J Johnson
Nick Metcalfe
David Parker
Nick Holt, Olly Lambert, Pete Woods
Stuart Elliott
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Andy Bichibaum, Mike Bonnano


James Quinn
Ursula Macfarlane
Havana Marking          WINNER
Tom Porter
Franny Armstrong
Andy Wells
Arwyn Evans
Jamie D’Cruz
Brian Woods
Marilyn Gaunt
Jeremy Gilley
Linda Brusasco
Morgan Matthews
Tom Roberts
Kim Longinotto
James Cohen
Jessica Versluys
Lionel Mill
Paul Sapin
Sean McAllister
Vanessa Engle
David Notman-Watt
Louise Osmond
Daisy Asquith
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Judith Dawson
Nick Poyntz
Sue Bourne, Holly Bourne Starecka
Jane Treays
Beate Arnestad
Anne Aghion
Bruce Goodison
Dan Edge
Jemima Harrison
Gini Reticker
Matthew Chapman
Antony Thomas
Zachary Beattie
Ewen Thompson
Kim Longinotto
Mags Gavan, Joost Van der Valk
Sarah Hey
Marc Sigsworth
David Clewes
Charlie Russell
Jocelyn Cammack
Ivo Gormley
Helen Simpson
Nic Robertson
Ashley Gething
John Walsh
Franny Armstrong
Sacha Gervasi
Jamie Balment
Anders Østergaard         WINNER
Brian Woods
Chris Waitt
Alex Gibney
Phil Grabsky
Finlay Pretsell, Adrian McDowall
James Marsh
Mark Hartley
Terence Davies
Larry Charles
Chris Cottam
Kim Longinotto
Richard Parry
Gideon Koppel
Jamie J Johnson
Robert Cannan, Corinna Villari-McFarlane
John Dower
Jocelyn Cammack
Jerry Rothwell
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Alan aspires to be a human popsicle…literally. For this film is about the weird and wacky world of cryonics. Instead of burial or crem




34-year old Melanie lives with the knowledge she will die within 10 years due to autoimmune disease. Having survived a near fatal




At the start of the Winter War, three teenage girls left their families to drive cattle through hostile lands. Lifetime later they look bac
                     visual documentary poem about death, set in the Northern culture of Denmark and landscape of Norway. The film is framed by the


                     Self-storage units are windows into human histories: the silent cells with their myriad objects and dust-covered furniture are inscrib




orman - Shifting Sands


msden, Rick Murray
Bench Pressing isn’t a hobby for 73 year old Bill McFadyen – it’s a way of life. Stranraer’s very own bench press champion is on a
cryonics. Instead of burial or cremation get yourself put in a freezer, wait a few hundred years, get defrosted and off you go. Just keep your fingers cros




 se. Having survived a near fatal operation, Melanie escaped the stresses of city life to search for her ideal home for the time she has left – but it’s not a




ands. Lifetime later they look back on their adventures.
 orway. The film is framed by the inevitable death of the director’s grandparents; someone is always left behind alive trying to come to terms with death


dust-covered furniture are inscribed with past dreams, secret hopes, and lives we cannot let go of. ‘Steel Homes’ explores the fragmented nature of me
n bench press champion is on a quest to be the best in the world...

u go. Just keep your fingers crossed there’s not a power cut.




e time she has left – but it’s not as easy as that…
ying to come to terms with death – but is this ever possible? The director takes us on a journey through variations of situations and moments related to


res the fragmented nature of memories, set in the starkly beautiful aesthetic of our modern industrial world.
variations of situations and moments related to other people’s death or loss. The form is inspired by the musical form of variations. Music, sound and i
e musical form of variations. Music, sound and images are closely interwoven as we move through the silent chamber.
Film Title                                               First shown
                                        BBC4
Art of Russia: Out of the Forest (Ep. One)
Art on Your Wall with Sue Perkins       BBC2
Ballet Boyz: The Right of Spring        BBC3
Beautiful Losers                        General theatrical release
Bellany -Fire in the Blood              BBC2 Scotland
                                        BBC1
David Hockney: A Bigger Picture (Imagine)
First Movie                             More4
Gilbert O’Sullivan: Out on his Own      RTE one
Jane Bown Exposed                       guardian.co.uk
Johnny Dankworth: The Show Went On      More4
Making War Horse                        More4
Man Who Shot the Sixties                More4
Mendelssohn, the Nazis and Me Nominated BBC4
No Distance Left to Run                 General theatrical release
Only When I Dance                       Channel 4
                                        BBC1
Placido Domingo -The Time of My Life (Imagine)
Royal Ballet in Cuba                    More4
Scandalous Adventures of Lord Byron Channel 4
                                        B
Seven Ages of Britain: Age of Conquest BC1
T.S. Eliot (Arena)                      BBC2
Tormod                                  BBC Alba
Van Gogh: Painted with Words (Imagine)  BBC1
Wagner Family (South Bank Show)         ITV1
What is Beauty?                         BBC2
American: The Bill Hicks Story          General theatrical release
Blood of the Rose (Murder on the Lake)  Sheffield Doc Fest
End of the Line                         General theatrical release
Enemies of the People C/T               Human Rights Watch Festival
Erasing David                           General theatrical release
Exit Through the Gift Shop              General theatrical release
First Movie                             More4
In the Land of the Free                 General theatrical release
Mugabe and the White African            General theatrical release
No Distance Left to Run                 General theatrical release
No Greater Love                         Edinburgh Film Festival 2009
Posters Came from the Walls             Limited theatrical release
Race Horses (Storyville)                Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; BBC4
Sons of Cuba                            General theatrical release
Turtle: The Incredible Journey          London Film Festival
9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers       Channel 4
Afghanistan: Behind Enemy Lines         Channel 4
Afghanistan’s Dirty War                 Channel 4
Air Hospital                            Channel 4
                                        Sheffield Doc
American Radical: The Trials of Norman Finkelstein Fest
                                         Badge Number
Arrested for Asking a Policeman for HisGuardian.co.uk
Blood Lines (World’s Untold Stories) CNN International
Children of Gaza                        Channel 4
Cowboys in India                        Channel 4
Dancing Boys of Afghanistan             Channel 4
Dancing with the Devil                  More 4
Day the Immigrants Left                 BBC1
End of the Line                         General theatrical release
Erasing David                           General theatrical release
Fighting Passions                       BBC2
Going Postal                            BBC2
Guantanomo Reunited                     BBC1
Homecoming                              Channel 4
Jihadi Code (World’s Untold Stories) CNN International
Jobless                               BBC1
Katie: My Beautiful Face              Channel 4
Leaving Home at 8                     Channel 4
Long Weekend with the Son of God      Channel 4
Mario and Nini                        Sky1
Men of the City (Storyville)          BBC4
Michael Portillo: Digging Up the Dead BBC4
Moving to Mars (True Stories)         More4
Mugabe and the White African          General theatrical release
Murder on the Lake see Blood of the Rose
                                      Sheffield Doc Fest
Muslim School                         Channel 4
O’r Galon -Frank Letch                S4C
Orphans of Burma’s Cyclone (Dispatches)
                                      Channel 4
Presumed Guilty                       Sheffield Doc Fest
                                      Sky1
Ross Kemp: Battle for the Amazon (episode 2 )
Ross Kemp: Middle East GAZA           Sky1
Secret Life of Radovan Karadzic       Al Jazeera English
                                      Channel 4
Slumdog Children of Mumbai (Dispatches)
Terror in Mumbai (Dispatches)         Channel 4
Tsunami: Caught on Camera             Channel 4
We Are The People We’ve Been Waiting For Leicester Square, Community Channel
                                      Empire,
Welcome to Lagos -Episode 3Nominated  BBC2
What’s Killing Darcus Howe? (True Stories)
                                      More4
Women, Weddings, War and Me           BBC3
Wounded                               BBC1
Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children         BBC4
America’s New Frontline               Al Jazeera English
Benefit Busters                       Channel 4
Blood Sweat & Takeaways               BBC3
Family                                Channel 4
Force                                 Channel 4
Great Ormond Street                   BBC2
Indian Hill Railways                  BBC4
James May’s Toy Stories               BBC2
Joanna Lumley’s Nile                  ITV1
Kevin McCloud’s Slumming It           Channel 4
Lost Land of the Volcano              BBC1
Love of Money                         BBC2
My Breasts Could Kill Me              Sky1
One Born Every Minute                 Channel 4
Restoration Man                       Channel 4
Ross Kemp: Middle East                Sky1
Secret Caribbean with Trevor McDonald ITV
Tweed                                 BBC4
War Torn Warriors                     Sky1
We are Family                         BBC2
Welcome to Lagos                      BBC2
Women                                 BBC4
 Queen                                Channel 4
1066: The Battle for Middle Earth     Channel 4
Carwyn                                S4C
Endgame                               Channel 4
Five Daughters                        BBC1
Manson                                Five
Micro Men                             BBC4
Mo                                    Channel 4
On Expenses                           BBC4
Rerberg and Tarkovsky: The Reverse Side of ‘Stalker’
                                      Sheffield Doc Fest
Spanish Flu -The Forgotten Fallen     BBC4
9/11 Calls from the Towers               Channel 4
Afghanistan -How the East was Lost Al Jazeera English
Bible -A History. Ep. 1 Creation         Channel 4
Blitz Street                             Channel 4
Blitz: The Bombing of Coventry           BBC2
Chris Moyles (Who Do You Think You Are? )BBC1
Deadliest Crash Nominated                British Racing Drivers’ Club, Silverstone
Dirty Little Secrets (People and Power) Al Jazeera English
Edward VII: Prince of Pleasure           BBC2
Getting Our Way -Prosperity (Ep 2)       BBC4
                                         BBC4
Great Offices of State: The Dark Department (The Home Office)
Hop, Skip and jump -The Great Outdoors   BBC4
Human Zoo: Science’s Dirty Secret        Channel 4
                                         Squad
Inside Scotland Yard’s Deep Infiltration guardian.co.uk
Napoli: City of the Damned (Storyville) BBC4
Obama’s America: The Price of FreedomBC2 B
Outbreak                                 ITV1
Requiem for Detroit C/T                  BBC2
Saxon Gold: Finding the Hoard            Channel 4
Secret Life of the Berlin Wall           BBC2
Shooting the War -Children               BBC4
Soundtrack for a Revolution C/T          Sheffield Doc Fest
                                         BBC2
Terror! Robespierre and the French Revolution
Thamesmead: 21st Century Town            Greenwich Picture House
Tsunami: Caught on Camera                Channel 4
Addicted in Afghanistan                  Sheffield Doc Fest
Andrea: Queen of Mantas                  BBC2
Ashes to Diamonds                        Channel 4
Baby and the Buddha (Storyville)C/T BBC4
Colony                                   Dublin Film Festival
Erasing David                            General theatrical release
Estate                                   Channel 4
Exit Through the Gift Shop               General theatrical release
How to Snare a Millionaire               Channel 4
                                         Al Jazeera
Island of Music and Murder (People and Power)
Learning to Love the Gun                 BFI Southbank, London
Letters to Angola                        Ffresh Festival
Mario and Nini                           Sky1
Middle Men                               London Independent Film Festival
Miracle in West Brom                     BFI Southbank, London
Miss Merthyr Tydfil                      BBC One Wales
Mugabe and the White African             General theatrical release
Peter in Radioland                       Edinburgh International Film Festival
Photograph of Jesus                      Edinburgh Film Festival 2009
Poet of Baghdad                          Sheffield Doc Fest
Pollphail                                London Film Festival
Posters Came from the Walls              Limited theatrical release
Rerberg and Tarkovsky: The Reverse Side of ‘Stalker’
                                         Sheffield Doc Fest
Shelter in Place                         Sheffield Doc Fest
Sons of Cuba                             General theatrical release
Sporran Makers                           Edinburgh International Film Festival
Sticks and Stones (First Cut)            Channel 4
Syrian School (Ep. 5)                    BBC4
Tidy Life                                BFI Southbank, London
Today is Better than Two Tomorrows East End Film Festival
Tony - I’ve Lost My Family               BBC3
Tsirk                                    Sheffield Doc Fest
Tunnel                                   BFI Southbank, London
Vigilante Britain                        Current TV
White Boy Black Nanny                  Channel 4
Yorkshire Clamper (First Cut)          Channel 4
Charlotte’s Story (Embarrassing Bodies)Channel 4
End of the Line (True Stories)         More4
Fish (Life )                           BBC1
Haiti’s Killer Quake: Why It Happened BBC4
Operation: Surgery Live                Channel 4
Price of Life                          BBC2
Race and Intelligence: Science’s Last Taboo
                                       Channel 4
Secret Life of Chaos C/T               BBC4
Six Degrees of Separation              BBC2
Space Tourists                         London International Documentary Festival
Tir Cymru -O Dan yr Wyneb (Under theS4C Surface)
                                       BBC4
Trials of J Robert Oppenheimer (Storyville)
                                       BBC1
Uncovering our Earliest Ancestor: The Link
                                        )
Whales (Inside Nature’s Giants -Prog 2Channel 4
Wild Places of Essex                   BBC2
                                       BBC Sun
Wonders of the Solar System: Empire of the 2, BBC HD, BBC 4
African Railways                       BBC4
American: The Bill Hicks Story         London Film Festival
Bigamist Bride: My Five Husbands       Channel 4
British in Bed                         BBC2
Confessions of a Traffic Warden        Channel 4
Day the Immigrants Left                BBC1
Eddie Izzard: Marathon Man (Ep 1 )     BBC3
Erasing David                          General theatrical release
Exit Through the Gift Shop             General theatrical release
Fix My Fat Head                        BBC1
Harassed Tweed filed under Tweed       BBC4
Heston’s (Chocolate Factory) Feast     Channel 4
                                       BBC4
Hi Society: The Wonderful World of Nicky Haslam
How to Snare a Millionaire             Channel 4
Keith Meets Keith                      Channel 4
Kim Jong-Il’s Comedy Club (The Red Chapel)
                                       BBC4
Lady and the Revamp                    Channel 4
Lambing Live                           BBC2
Lego see James May’s Toy Stories       BBC2
Mary, Queen of Charity Shops           BBC2
My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding               Channel 4
                                       Channel 4
My Daughter Grew Another Head and Other True Life Stories C/T
Paul Merton in Europe -Germany         Five
Photograph of Jesus                    Edinburgh Film Festival 2009
Pineapple Dance Studios                Sky1
Starsuckers (True Stories)             More4
Too Poor for Posh School               Channel 4
Tourettes: I Swear I Can’t Help It     BBC1
Trouble with Mother                    BBC2
Unsung Town (The Choir)                BBC2
What Katie Did Next -Episode 3         ITV2
When Boris Met Dave                    More4
Autistic Me                            BBC3
Keeping Them Safe C/T                  London International Documentary Festival
Space You Leave                        Sheffield Doc Fest
What is Beauty?                        BBC2
Award                                      Producer
Best Arts Documentary                      Silvia Sacco, John Hay
Best Arts Documentary                      Chris Walker
Best Arts Documentary                      Celina Parker, Peter Maniura
Best Arts Documentary                      Jon Barlow, Chris Green, Noah Khoshbin, Richard Lim
Best Arts Documentary
Best Arts Documentary                      Alan Yentob
Best Arts Documentary                      Gill Parry
Best Arts Documentary                      Martha O’Neill
Best Arts Documentary
Best Arts Documentary                      Graham Pass
Best Arts Documentary                      Phil Grabsky (Seventh Art Productions), Toby Coffey, David Sabel (National Theat
Best Arts Documentary                      Elaine Hackett
Best Arts Documentary                      Alan Hayling, Peter Grimsdale
Best Arts Documentary                      Lucas Ochoa, Thomas Benski
Best Arts Documentary                      Nikki Parrott, Giorgia LoSavio
Best Arts Documentary                      Chris Hunt
Best Arts Documentary
Best Arts Documentary                      Matthew Hill
Best Arts Documentary                      Basil Comely
Best Arts Documentary                      Adam Low
Best Arts Documentary                      Karen Smyth
Best Arts Documentary                      Alan Yentob
Best Arts Documentary                      Melvin Bragg
Best Arts Documentary                      Sarah Mortimer
Best Cinema Documentary                    Paul Thomas, Matt Harlock
Best Cinema Documentary                    Henry Singer
Best Cinema Documentary                    Claire Lewis, George Duffield
Best Cinema Documentary                    Rob Lemkin, Thet Sambath
Best Cinema Documentary                    Ashley Jones, Melinda McDougall
Best Cinema Documentary                    Jaimie D'Cruz
Best Cinema Documentary                    Gill Parry
Best Cinema Documentary                    Paul Brooks
Best Cinema Documentary                    David Pearson, Elizabeth Morgan Hemlock
Best Cinema Documentary                    Lucas Ochoa, Thomas Benski
Best Cinema Documentary                    Janine Marmot
Best Cinema Documentary                    Jacqueline Edenbrow
Best Cinema Documentary                    Nick Fraser for BBC
Best Cinema Documentary                    Francine Heywood, Laura Giles, Mandy Chang
Best Cinema Documentary                    Chris Clarke, Zorana Piggott, Mike Timms
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Natalie Von Hurter
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Jamie Doran
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Najibullah Razaq
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Elspeth O’Hare
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Nic Rossier, David Ridgen
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Alex Walker, Tim Lister
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Brian Woods
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Teddy Leiger, Paul Taylor, Simon Chambers
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Tracy Doran-Carter
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Dan Berbridge
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Claire Lewis, George Duffield
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Ashley Jones, Melinda McDougall
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Adam Jessel, Deborah Lee
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Paul Tickell, Storm Theunissen
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Ed Main
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   John Quinn, Nancy Bornat
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Paul Cruickshank
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Deborah Shipley
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   John Willis, Dan Goldsack
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Charlie Russell
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Theresa Cherfas
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Olly Lambert
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Rachel Wexler
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Judith Dawson
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Karen Katz
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   David Pearson, Elizabeth Morgan Hemlock
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Charlotte Moore, Magnus Temple
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Tanya Stephan
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Catrin Edwards
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Evan Williams
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Layda Negrete, Martha Sosa
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Southan Morris
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Olly Lambert, Ross Kemp
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Damian Clarke
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Eamonn Matthews
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Alex Kiehl
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Caroline Rowland
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Will Anderson
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Christian Watt
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Richard Bee
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Jane Aldous
Best Documentary on a Contemporary Issue   Brian Woods, Deborah Shipley
Best Documentary Series                    Callum Macrae, Pete Sawyer
Best Documentary Series                    Stephen Lambert, Peter Moore
Best Documentary Series                    James Christie-Miller
Best Documentary Series                    Beejal-Maya Patel
Best Documentary Series
Best Documentary Series                    Ricardo Pollack, Roger Graef
Best Documentary Series                    Gerry Troyna
Best Documentary Series                    Ian Holt
Best Documentary Series                    Clive Tulloh
Best Documentary Series
Best Documentary Series                    Steve Greenwood
Best Documentary Series                    Michael Tuft
Best Documentary Series                    Jamie Campbell, Simon Andreae, Lee Phillips
Best Documentary Series                    Jonathan Smith
Best Documentary Series                    Jo McGrath
Best Documentary Series                    Olly Lambert, Tom Watson
Best Documentary Series                    Will Daws
Best Documentary Series                    Malcolm Neaum
Best Documentary Series                    Christine Hall
Best Documentary Series                    Gabe Solomon, Ben Rumney, Danny Horan, Emily Jones
Best Documentary Series                    Will Anderson
Best Documentary Series                    Vanessa Engle
Best Drama Documentary
Best Drama Documentary                     Susan Horth
Best Drama Documentary                     Dylan Richards
Best Drama Documentary                     Hal Vogel, David Aukin
Best Drama Documentary                     Simon Lewis
Best Drama Documentary                     Tom Parkhouse, Jon Vandervelde
Best Drama Documentary                     Andrea Cornwell
Best Drama Documentary                     Lisa Gilchrist
Best Drama Documentary                     Stephen Wright
Best Drama Documentary                     Igor Mayboroda
Best Drama Documentary                     Susan Horth
Best Historical Documentary   Natalie Burke
Best Historical Documentary   Damian Clarke
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary   Edmund Coulthard
Best Historical Documentary   Edmund Coulthard
Best Historical Documentary   Harvey Lilley
Best Historical Documentary   John Mathews
Best Historical Documentary   Diarmuid Jeffreys
Best Historical Documentary   Denys Blakeway
Best Historical Documentary   Helena Braun
Best Historical Documentary   Michael Cockerell
Best Historical Documentary   Mark Bell
Best Historical Documentary   Mark Roberts
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary   Nikki Parrott
Best Historical Documentary
Best Historical Documentary   Martina Hall
Best Historical Documentary   George Hencken
Best Historical Documentary   Richard Belfield
Best Historical Documentary   Kevin Sim
Best Historical Documentary   David Parker
Best Historical Documentary   Joslyn Barnes, Jim Czarnecki, Bill Guttentag, Dylan Nelson, Dan Sturman
Best Historical Documentary   Mark Hayhurst
Best Historical Documentary   Mark Currie, Ana Tovey
Best Historical Documentary   Alex Kiehl
Best Newcomer                 Sharron Ward
Best Newcomer                 Sarah Cunliffe
Best Newcomer                 David Brindley
Best Newcomer                 Llil Alexander, Arik Bernstein
Best Newcomer                 Morgan Bushe
Best Newcomer                 Ashley Jones, Melinda McDougall
Best Newcomer                 Sarah Tierney
Best Newcomer                 Jaimie D'Cruz
Best Newcomer                 Rebecca Arnold
Best Newcomer                 Simon Ostrovsk, Nolan Hobdell
Best Newcomer                 Joseph Matthews
Best Newcomer                 Chris Morris
Best Newcomer                 Olly Lambert
Best Newcomer                 Mark Ratcliff
Best Newcomer                 Billy Dosanjh
Best Newcomer                 Sam Organ
Best Newcomer                 David Pearson, Elizabeth Morgan Hemlock
Best Newcomer                 Rebecca Day
Best Newcomer                 Basil Stephens
Best Newcomer                 Paul Dosaj
Best Newcomer                 Carina Wilson
Best Newcomer                 Jacqueline Edenbrow
Best Newcomer                 Igor Mayboroda
Best Newcomer                 Hannah Patterson
Best Newcomer                 Mandy Chang, Laura Giles, Francine Heywood
Best Newcomer                 Noe Mendelle
Best Newcomer                 Llil Alexander, Arik Bernstein
Best Newcomer                 Bill Locke
Best Newcomer                 Christopher Evans
Best Newcomer                 Siobhain Ward
Best Newcomer                 Emma Wakefield
Best Newcomer                 Jemma Jupp
Best Newcomer                 Naomi de Pear, Domenico Favata
Best Newcomer                 Jesse Quinones
Best Newcomer
Best Newcomer                   Leon Dean
Best Science Documentary        Angela Arora
Best Science Documentary
Best Science Documentary        Adam Chapman
Best Science Documentary        William Hicklin, David Hutt, Rachel Scarott
Best Science Documentary        Dan Kendall
Best Science Documentary        Adam Wishart
Best Science Documentary        Leesa Rumley
Best Science Documentary        Nic Stacey
Best Science Documentary        Aline Jaques
Best Science Documentary        Christian Frei
Best Science Documentary        John Gwyn
Best Science Documentary        David Grubin
Best Science Documentary        Lucie Ridout
Best Science Documentary        Alex Tate, David Dugan
Best Science Documentary        Andrew Graham-Brown
Best Science Documentary        Gideon Bradshaw
Most Entertaining Documentary   Fiona Herson
Most Entertaining Documentary   Paul Thomas, Matt Harlock
Most Entertaining Documentary   Brian Hill
Most Entertaining Documentary   Philippa Robinson
Most Entertaining Documentary
Most Entertaining Documentary   Dan Berbridge
Most Entertaining Documentary   Clive Tulloh
Most Entertaining Documentary   Ashley Jones, Melinda McDougall
Most Entertaining Documentary   Jaimie D'Cruz
Most Entertaining Documentary   Todd Austin
Most Entertaining Documentary   Ian Denyer
Most Entertaining Documentary
Most Entertaining Documentary   Hannah Rothschild
Most Entertaining Documentary   Rebecca Arnold
Most Entertaining Documentary   John Warburton
Most Entertaining Documentary   Peter Engel
Most Entertaining Documentary   John Dower
Most Entertaining Documentary   Sarah Gibbs
Most Entertaining Documentary   Ian Holt
Most Entertaining Documentary   Patricia Llewellyn, Becky Clarke
Most Entertaining Documentary   Osca Humphreys, Jenny Popplewell
Most Entertaining Documentary   Simon Ford
Most Entertaining Documentary   Paul Sommers
Most Entertaining Documentary   Basil Stephens
Most Entertaining Documentary   Pat Doyle
Most Entertaining Documentary   Christina Slater, Felicity Leadbetter
Most Entertaining Documentary   Matt Cole
Most Entertaining Documentary
Most Entertaining Documentary   Daniel Vernon
Most Entertaining Documentary   Vicky Mitchell
Most Entertaining Documentary   Amy Fallon
Most Entertaining Documentary
XXX                             Matthew Rudge
XXX                             Marissa Sandler
XXX                             Anna Higgs
XXX                             Sarah Mortimer
Production Company             Director                              Notes         Synopsis
BBC                            Karen McGann                                        The Art of Russia, written and presented by Andrew
Twofour                        Chris Walker                                        Sue Perkins delves behind net curtains to look at The
BBC Classical Music TV         Michael Nunn, William Trevitt                       The Balletboyz, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt st
Aaron Rose for Sidetrack Films, Blacklake Prod, Perception Media                   In the early 1990's, while most of the country was st
Bellavision                    Paul Bellany                                        A unique and captivating portrayal of family live illus
Coluga Pictures                Bruno Wollheim                        Nominated     Shot single-handedly over three years, this unpreced
Connect Films / Screen Siren Mark Cousiins                                         Filmmaker Mark Cousins travels to a Kurdish-Iraqi vi
Wildfire Films                 Adrian McCarthy                                     In the early 1970s, Gilbert O'Sullivan was top of the i
Guardian News & Media          Shehani Fernando, Christian Bennett                 How do you make a film about a photographer who
Associated-Rediffusion Television Productions
                               John Warburton                                      A tribute to Sir John Dankworth
National Theatre and Seventh Art Productions
                               Phil Grabsky, David Bickerstaff                     Making War Horse is the story of how Michael Mo
Crackit Productions            Linda Brusasco                        Shortlisted   Brian Duffy was one of the most influential photogra
Renegade Pictures              Sheila Hayman                         Nominated     How does a little Jewish boy in Germany end up
Pulse Films                    Dylan Southern, Wil Lovelace                        No Distance Left To Run finds 4 members of Blur tog
Tigerlilly Films               Beadie Finzi                          Nominated     This film follows a year in the life of Isabela and Irlan
Iambic Media                   Steve Cole                                          In opera terms you just can’t climb any higher than P
Ballet Boyz Productions        Michael Nunn, William Trevitt                       Award-winning filmmakers Michael Nunn and Willia
Blast!                         Michael Waldman                                     Rupert Everett now embarks on a journey in the
BBC, The Open University       Jonty Claypole                                      A new series in which David Dimbleby traces the hist
BBC Arena                      Adam Low                              Winner        For the first time on television, Arena tells the whole
Pure Magic Films               Robbie Fraser                                       The Highland superstar that never was: Norman
BBC                            Andrew Hutton                         Shortlisted   Drama-documentary presented by Alan Yentob,
Isolde Films                   Tony Palmer                                         The life and times of the Wagner family, from Ri
Seneca Production              Neil Crombie                                        Artist and critic Matthew Collings explores the su
Halflife Films, Jackamo TV     Paul Thomas, Matt Harlock             Shortlisted   At last, the true life story of the outlaw comic wh
                               Henry
Sandpaper Films/Dragonfly TelevisionSinger                                         The extraordinary life and brutal death of filmma
Arcane Pictures, Calm Productions, Dartmouth Films
                               Rupert Murray                         Nominated     The End of the Line, is the world’s first major fea
Old Street Films               Rob Lemkin, Thet Sambath              Nominated     The Khmer Rouge slaughtered nearly two millio
Green Lion FIlms               David Bond                                          Just how much of our personal information is flo
Paranoid Pictures Film Company Banksy                                Nominated     Exit Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric
Connect Film / Screen Siren                                                        Filmmaker Mark Cousins travels to a Kurdish-Ira
Mob Film Company               Vadim Jean                                          The “Angola 3”: Herman Wallace, Albert Woodf
Arturi Films                   Lucy Bailey, Andrew Thompson          Winner        Michael Campbell is one of the few hundred wh
Pulse Films;                   Dylan Southern, Wil Lovelace          Shortlisted   No Distance Left To Run finds 4 members of Blu
Hot Property Films;            Michael Whyte                                       After ten years of correspondence, Michael Why
                               Jeremy Brown Owl
Hudson Productions in association withDeller, Nicholas Abrahams                    Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller and co
West Park Pictures             Liz Mermin                            Shortlisted   What might it be like to be a horse? Not just any
                               Andrew Lang
Sons of Cuba Ltd, Windfall Films;                                    Shortlisted   The Havana Boxing Academy is a boarding sch
Big Wave Productions           Nick Stringer                                       TURTLE: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY is the s
Darlow Smithson Productions James Kent                                             Trapped in The Twin Towers on September 11th, tho
Clover Films                   Najibullah Quraishi                                 During late 2009, journalist Najibullah Quraishi spen
October Films                  Tom Robers                                          This investigation into the biggest single loss of civili
IWC Media                      Paddy Wivell                                        The C-17 Globemaster is one of the world's largest m
Ridgen Film, Baraka Productions, Mohawk Films
                               David Ridgen, Nicolas Rossier                       American Radical is a documentary about American
Guardian News and Media        Laurence Topham, Elliot Smith                       Made from police footage obtained by the Guardian
CNN International              Karl Penhaul, Scott McGhee                          When a long-standing alliance between drug lords in
True Vision                    Jezza Neumann                                       In January 2009, over 1300 Palestinians were killed i
Rise Films                     Simon Chambers                                      Orissa, India - where tribal people fight with their bo
Clover Films                   Jamie Doran                           Shortlisted   As the West pours billions of dollars into the fight ag
Jon Blair Films                Jon Blair                             Shortlisted   Dancing With the Devil is a shockingly intimate
Leopard Films                  Jaimi West                                          Evan Davis carries out a controversial experime
Arcane Pictures, Calm Productions, Dartmouth Films
                               Rupert Murray                                       The End of the Line, is the world’s first major feature
Green Lion FIlms               David Bond                                          Just how much of our personal information is floatin
Blakeway Productions Ltd       Deborah Lee                                         For us, it's a crime. For them, it's a job. For all the div
Blakeway Productions Ltd       Paul Tickell                                        The documentary speaks to survivors, families of tho
 BBC News                      Gavin Lee, Ed Main                                  A remarkable story of an attempt at reconciliation b
North One Television           Shona Thompson                                      Journalist Rachel Roberts was three years old when
CNN International              Nic Robertson, Teresa Smith                         One of the world's most fearsome jihadi groups is tu
True Vision North               Brian Woods                                       Shot entirely undercover over the course of nine mo
Mentorn Media                   Jessie Versluys                                   Katie was young and beautiful. A model and budding
North One Television            Charlie Russell                                   With intimate access to the school and the families t
Renegade Pictures               George Carey                                      In remotest Siberia a man claiming to be the Son of G
Dartmouth Films                 Chloe Ruthven                                     Filmed over seven years, ‘Mario and Nini’ tells the m
Bungalow Town Productions Marc Isaacs                                             Marc Issac's latest film, shot during the current finan
Libety Bell Productions         Judith Dawson                                     Michael Portillo’s father Luis fought in the Spanish C
Coded Pictures                  Mat Whitecross                        Winner      Moving to Mars charts the epic journey made by two
Arturi Films                    Lucy Bailey, Andrew Thompson          Shortlisted Moving to Mars charts the epic journey made by two
Sandpaper Films/Dragonfly TelevisionSinger
                                Henry                                 Nominated The extraordinary life and brutal death of filmmaker
Rise Films                      Tanya Stephan                                     The story of two girls in their first year at a British M
ITV Cymru                       Catrin Edwards                                    Frank Letch was born without arms but has lived a fu
Quicksilver                     Evan Williams                                     As Burma's pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi
Lawyers with Cameras            Roberto Hernandez, Geoffrey Smith                 What is it like to be picked up off the street, told you
Tiger Aspect and Mongoose Productions
                                Southan Morris                                    For this two part documentary series, scheduled to c
Tiger Aspect Productions        Olly Lambert, Ross Kemp                           Ross Kemp finds out what life is really like on the Ga
Al Jazeera English              Damian Clarke                                     As President of the Republika Srpska, Radovan Karaz
True Vision                     Nick Read                                         This Dispatches Special reveals the brutal reality of li
Quicksilver Media               Dan Reed                                          This remarkable film reveals for the first time a truly
Darlow Smithson Productions Janice Sutherland                                     Boxing Day 2004. Across the Indian Ocean, tourists f
New Moon                        Daryl Goodrich, Caroline Rowland                  This film was made to show 'an inconvenient truth a
KEO films                       Gavin Searle, Frankie Fathers for                 Welcome to Lagos is an observational documentary
Wildcard Productions            Krishnendu Majumdar                               The True Stories strand, a showcase for the best inte
News and Current Affairs London Hamid
                                Ruhi                                  Shortlisted Twenty-one year old Nel has lived in Britain since sh
BBC                             Sara Hardy                            Nominated Wounded follows the journey of two injured soldiers
True Vision                     Jezza Neumann                                     Shot entirely undercover over the course of nine mo
Outsider TV (UK)                Callum Macrae                                     A revelatory flagship documentary series, prese
Studio Lambert                  Fergus O’Brien, Danny Horan                       Lone Parents, The Long Term Unemployed and
Richochet                       James Christie-Miller                             Six young British food consumers go to live and
Dragonfly                       David Clews                           Nominated A British Indian family opens its doors to viewers
Oxford Film and Television      Patrick Forbes                        Winner      With unprecedented and unvarnished access to
Films of Record                 Ricardo Pollack, Simon Gilchrist      Shortlisted Three part series comprising the following films
3DI TV                          Tarun Bhartiya, Nick Mattingly, Hugo Smith        From the Himalayas in the north to the Nilgiris in
Plum Pictures                   Ian Holt                                          James May is a man on a mission: he wants to g
Tiger Aspect                    Matt Bennett                                      Joanna Lumley, well-known and hugely loved B
Talkback Thames                 Helen Simpson                                     With a million people crammed into one square
BBC Natural History Unit        Steve Greenwood, Jonny Keeling, Jonny Young       The aim is to put rainforest conservation and bio
BBC Factual, London             Guy Smith, Tim Robinson, Paul Mitchell            The Love of Money is the behind the scenes acc
Eleven FIlms                    Lee Phillips                                      Having lost both her mother and great-grandmo
Dragonfly                       James House                           Shortlisted Every minute of every day, a baby is born in Brit
Tiger Aspect Productions        Lionel Mill -Chapel, Simon Chu -Ice House         All around the country thousands of buildings lie
Tiger Aspect and Mongoose Productions
                                Olly Lambert                          Nominated Following on from his BAFTA-nominated reports
Plum Pictures                   Stuart Cabb                                       In this sumptuous 3 part series Sir Trevor McDo
Ian Denyer for Bellweather Productions                                            Harris Tweed is the most iconic of all tweeds, w
Uppercut Films                  Chris Terrill                                     Three Royal Marines horrifically injured in Afgha
Blast! Film                                                           Shortlisted Families
                                Gabe Solomon, Ben Rumney, Danny Horan, Emily Jones make us what we are. They are our pa
KEO films                       Gavin Searle, Will Anderson           Nominated Welcome to Lagos is an observational documen
BBC                             Vanessa Engle                         Shortlisted WOMEN is a three-part documentary series from
Blast! Films                    Edmund Coulthard                                  Five leading British actresses will play The Quee
Hardy Pictures                  Justin Hardy for                      Shortlisted 1066 – it’s the most famous date in British histor
Green Bay                       Dylan Richards                        Shortlisted Feature-length drama-documentary about the tr
Daybreak                        Peter Travis                          Winner      Endgame is an epic political thriller revealing the
BBC Productions                 Philippa Lowthorpe                    Nominated A three-part drama-documentary exploring the l
NF-Cineflix (The Family) Ltd., MediaRawles
                                Neil Productions (The Family)                     Taking viewers deep inside a twisted world of ha
Darlow Smithson Productions Saul Metzstein                            Nominated Micro Men is an affectionately comic drama abo
ITV Studios                     Philip Martin                         Nominated Oscar-nominated actress Julie Walters takes on
                                Simon Cellan-Jones                                An American journalist living in the UK, Heather
                                Igor Mayboroda                                    The humanist film director Tarkovsky crossed o
Hardy Pictures                  Justin Hardy                          Shortlisted Bill Paterson, Mark Gatiss, Charlotte Riley and K
Darlow Smithson                James Kent                            Shortlisted   9/11: The Calls From The Towers features recordings
Al Jazeera English             Damian Clarke                                       In 2001, Afghanistan's Taliban government were
 Pioneer                       Richard Sanders                                     British novelist Howard Jacobson tries to find a
Blast!                         Ashley Gething                                      Tony Robinson explores what it was like to live t
Blast! Films                   Ashley Gething                        Shortlisted   On 14th November 1940 the Luftwaffe launched
Wall to Wall                   Harvey Lilley                                       The premise of these documentaries is to follow
Bigger Picture                 Richard Heap, John Mathews                          This is the story of the world's biggest motorspo
Al Jazeera English             Tim Tate                              Shortlisted   Sixty years on from the Korean War - a bloody c
Blakeway Productions           Rob Coldstream                                      Playboy? Wastrel? Or a visionary modernizer an
Wingspan Productions           Helena Braun                                        The fascinating story of how Britain’s lust for tra
BBC Current Affairs            Michael Cockerell                                   The Home Office is one of the oldest and most s
Testimony Films                Steve Humphries                                     This is the first episode of a two parter charting
Diverse                        Srik Narayanan                                      This documentary explores the phenomenon of
Guardian News & Media          Shehani Fernando                                    For four years, Officer A lived a secret life amon
Tigerlilly Films               Ben Hopkins                                         During the period 1943-1948 the city of Naples p
Oxford Film and Television     Ashley Gething                        Shortlisted   On inauguration day 2009, the new president stu
                               Melvyn Bragg
 ITVS -Specialist Factual and Arts                                                 Shown on the 70th anniversary of 3rd Septembe
Films of Record                Julien Temple                         Winner        This film evokes an apocalyptic vision. Once Am
Fulcrum TV                     Mel Morpeth                                         The story of the discovery of the largest hoard o
Diverse Productions            Kevin Sim                                           Twenty years ago, the Berlin Wall, the most fam
Available Light Productions    David Parker                                        This programme is about the experience of child
Freedom Song Productions       Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman           Nominated     SOUNDTRACK FOR A REVOLUTION tells the
BBC Scotland                   Carl Hindmarch                        Shortlisted   This drama-documentary tells the story of the Te
Chocolate Films                Mark Currie                                         This insightful documentary follows a series scre
Darlow Smithson                Janice Sutherland                                   The moving true story of the 2004 Boxing Day ts
Katalyst Productions           Jawed Taiman                          Shortlisted   1 million Afghans are estimated to be addicted t
BIg Wave Productions;          Mark Woodward                                       ANDREA: QUEEN OF MANTAS charts a year in
Minnow Films;                  David Brindley                                      Deciding what to do with a relative's ashes can b
                               Nati Baratz
Samsara Films Ltd for ITVS International                             Nominated     Nati Baratz's documentary chronicles a former d
Fastnet Films;                 Carter Gunn, Ross McDonnell                         Colony documents a time of unprecedented cris
Green Lion FIlms               David Bond                                          Just how much of our personal information is flo
Clarity Productions;           Ruth Carslaw                                        The Sighthill Estate in North Glasgow was once
Paranoid Pictures Film Company Banksy                                              Exit Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric
Landmark Films                 Rebecca Arnold                                      Just how easy is it to bag a millionaire when you
                               Simon Ostrovsky                                     Documentary investigating the problem of police
                               Joseph Matthews
National Film & Television School                                                  The myth of Ernest Hemingway frames this jour
IFSW                           Lauren Muchan, Joe Sharp              Nominated     A documentary story of an unlikely friendship be
Dartmouth Films;               Chloe Ruthven                                       Filmed over seven years, ‘Mario and Nini’ tells th
                               Meghan Horvath;                                     It’s a well-worn story: the middle-aged man runn
National Film & Television School; Dosanjh
                               Billy                                 Nominated     This is a film about my parents. My mother, a ho
BBC Cymru Wales                Gordon Main for Barefoot Rascals                    It’s the fiftieth anniversary of the first Miss Merth
Arturi Films                   Lucy Bailey, Andrew Thompson                        Michael Campbell is one of the few hundred wh
SDI Productions;               Johanna Wagner                                      Peter is on sick leave and spends most of his tim
Pendulum Pictures;             Laurie Hill                                         Looking for photographs of Jesus, yetis and Hitl
 Pulse Films, Gingerwink MediaGeorgie Weedon                                       In the winter of 1979 Nabeel Yasin, Iraq's most f
Clarity Productions            Matt Lloyd                                          Creative documentary painting a startling portra
                               Jeremy Brown Owl;
Hudson Productions in association withDeller, Nicholas Abrahams                    Turner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller and co
                               Igor Mayboroda                                      The humanist film director Tarkovsky crossed o
WagonTrail Productions, Clarity Productions;
                               Zed Nelson                            Shortlisted   Texan industries are legally permitted to release
                               Andrew Lang
Windfall Films, Sons of Cuba Ltd;                                    Winner        The Havana Boxing Academy is a boarding sch
SDI Productions                Jane McAllister                                     Mr Scott is the boss of a traditional Scottish spo
Quicksilver Media;             Hannah Murphy                                       First Cut presents film-maker Hannah Murphy's
Lion Television;               May Abdalla                                         What's it really like to grow up in the heart of the
                               Christopher Evans
National Film & Television School                                                  A Tidy Life talks an intimate look at the notorious
Crossing the Line Films;       Anna Rodgers                                        Leh and Bo are eleven years old - cousins and b
Lambent Productions;           Max Fisher                            Shortlisted   At sixteen, Tony left home and had to fend for h
David R Cairns                 David R Cairns                        Shortlisted   Alexei Krugliakov is serious about being funny. H
Tunnel Films                   Jody VandenBurg                                     In the middle of an industrial wasteland in South
Woolfcub Productions           Jesse Quinones, Daniel Quinones for                 Vigilante Britain is a hard-hitting documentary th
Fresh One Productions          Mark Rossiter                                         Filmmaker Mark Rossiter was a white boy raised
KEO Films                      Leon Dean                                             Ted Evans is the notorious clamper of the beaut
Maverick Television            Paul Kittel                             Shortlisted   When 8 year old Charlotte Wilson visited Dr Ch
The Fish Co.                   Rupert Murray                                         Rupert Murray’s acclaimed film looking at the co
BBC Natural History Unit       Adam Chapman                                          Fish dominate the planet’s waters through their
Pioneer Productions            Simon Ludgate                                         On the 12th of January a massive earthquake ro
Windfall                       David Coleman                                         For the first time, television viewers have the ch
BBC Vision                     Adam Wishart                            Nominated     On a finite budget, the NHS can't afford to offer
Windfall                       David Hickman                           Winner        In this documentary, part of the season Race: S
Furnace TV                     Nic Stacey                              Shortlisted   Chaos theory has a bad name, conjuring up ima
Essential Media & EntertainmentAnnamaria Talas                                       SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION brings us a n
                               Christian Frei
Christian Frei Filmproductions GmbH                                    Shortlisted   Very topical and first time ever, humorous and la
ADEN                           John Gwyn                                             Iolo Williams goes underground to discover the
BBC, WGBH                      David Grubin                            Nominated     The Trials of J.Robert Oppenheimer, a co-produ
Atlantic Productions           Tim Walker                                            When scientists announced the discovery of Ida
Windfall                       Alex Tate, David Dugan                  Shortlisted   This new four-part science series uncovers the
AGB Films                      Andrew Graham-Brown for                               Young and immensely talented writer Robert Ma
BBC Vision Science             Gideon Bradshaw                                       In this spell-binding episode, Professor Brian Co
Renegade Pictures (UK)         Sean Langan                                           In a moving and often funny documentary, awar
Halflife Films, Jackamo TV     Paul Thomas, Matt Harlock               Nominated     At last, the true life story of the outlaw comic wh
Century FIlms                  Brian Hill                                            Emily Horne has been married five times, but ne
BBC                            Philippa Robinson                                     In this film seven couples talk with disarming fra
Betty TV                       Olly Lambert                                          Starting the very first shift of a new job can be n
Leopard Films                  Jaimi West                                            Evan Davis carries out a controversial experime
Tiger Aspect Productions       Rob Farquhar, Eddie Izzard              Shortlisted   Eddie Izzard is an actor, comedian and part-time
Green Lion FIlms               David Bond                                            Just how much of our personal information is flo
Paranoid Pictures Film Company Banksy                                  Winner        Exit Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric
Prospect Cymru Wales           Rowan Deacon                                          Hannah Jones is a 36-year-old journalist with a
Bellwether Media               Ian Denyer                                            The islanders of the Outer Hebrides are reeling
Optomen Television             Pat Llewellyn                                         Heston's back with more madcap menus as he
Clandestine Films              Hannah Rothschild                                     The socialite, diarist, fop, interior designer Nicky
Landmark Films                 Rebecca Arnold                                        Just how easy is it to bag a millionaire when you
                               Victor Lewis-Smith
Associated-Rediffusion Television Productions                                        Keith Floyd between the lines.
DR & Zentropa                  Mads Brugger                            Nominated     A journalist with no scruples and a pair of Danis
Optomen Television             John Dower, Becky Clarke                Shortlisted   The Lady is the longest running women’s weekl
BBC Factual, London                                                                  Ground breaking series in which Kate Humble p
Plum Pictures                  Ian Holt                                              James May is a man on a mission: he wants to g
Optomen Television             Gilly Greenslade, Becky Clarke                        Retail expert Mary Portas’s heartfelt mission to t
Firecracker Films              Osca Humphreys                          Shortlisted   Entering the world of 21st-century Gypsy and Tr
October Films                  James Quinn                                           The bizarre, hilarious, and often very moving sto
Tiger Aspect                   John Hodgson                                          Seasoned traveller Paul Merton begins another
Pendulum Pictures              Laurie Hill                                           Looking for photographs of Jesus, yetis and Hitl
Pulse Films                    Hannah Springham                                      The biggest West End Shows, the most famous
Halidom                        Christina Slater, Felicity Leadbetter   Shortlisted   Chris Atkins' hilarious but shocking True Stories
Boomerang Plus                 David Nath                                            Eleven boys are about to do battle for an educa
Prospect Cymru Wales           Philippa Robinson                                     In 1988, 16 year old John Davidson featured in
BBC                            Daniel Vernon                                         Like many elderly people, 80-year-old concert p
Twenty Twenty TV               Dollan Cannell, Harry Beney             Nominated     The charismatic choirmaster from the Bafta winn
ITV Stuios                     Rupert Verrinder                                      New series following Katie Price’s story since he
Blink Film & Television        John Dower                                            A photo shows ten teenagers standing in an Oxf
Firecracker Films              Matthew Rudge                                         The Autistic Me follows the lives of three young
Miss Goody Two Shoes;          Lauren Sandler                                        What would you do for your child? How much is
Quark Films;                   James Newton                                          Each year, an estimated 200,000 people are rep
Seneca Productions             Neil Crombie                                          Documentary in which artist and writer Matthew
 e Art of Russia, written and presented by Andrew Graham-Dixon, tells the incredible story of Russian art - its mystery and magnificence - and 'til now a story untold o
e Perkins delves behind net curtains to look at The Art on Your Wall. Searching through the living rooms of Great Britain, Sue maps changing tastes in the types of do
 e Balletboyz, Michael Nunn and William Trevitt stage a radical new interpretation of The Rite of Spring. The production features a mix of professional and amateur da
  he early 1990's, while most of the country was still reeling from the Reagan era, a loose-knit group of American artists developed a cultural movement influenced by
  nique and captivating portrayal of family live illustrated the the renowned Scottish Artist John Bellany. Bellany’s filmmaker son, Paul, takes us on a journey through t
ot single-handedly over three years, this unprecedented record of a major artist at work captures David Hockney’s return from California to paint the East Yorkshire l
mmaker Mark Cousins travels to a Kurdish-Iraqi village of just 700 people and tries to make a dream film about a place that is normally only portrayed in the news. H
  he early 1970s, Gilbert O'Sullivan was top of the international pop charts. A decade later he had drifted into relative obscurity. In 2009, the 62 year-old O'Sullivan is
 w do you make a film about a photographer who refuses to be filmed? Shehani Fernando and Christian Bennett went back to Jane Bown's negatives to tell the story
 ribute to Sir John Dankworth
aking War Horse is the story of how Michael Morpurgo’s award-winning and captivating children’s novel, War Horse, became one of the most popular and acclaim
 an Duffy was one of the most influential photographers of the 60s but he famously burned his negatives and became a recluse in the 80s. This definitive film features
  w does a little Jewish boy in Germany end up singing Nazi songs (and singing them back to his daughter seventy years later?) How could a single piec
   Distance Left To Run finds 4 members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. With previously unseen archive material alongside rev
 s film follows a year in the life of Isabela and Irlan, two aspiring ballet dancers who engage daily in a clash between two worlds: rich and poor, black and white. Steep
 opera terms you just can’t climb any higher than Placido Domingo. Last year he embarked on his first opera role as a baritone - Simon Boccanegra. Also, looking back
  ard-winning filmmakers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt join The Royal Ballet as they embark on a historic tour to Cuba. It's the first time a major international bal
  pert Everett now embarks on a journey in the footsteps of Lord Byron. It’s 200 years since Byron began his legendary travels around Europe and the M
  ew series in which David Dimbleby traces the history of Britain through artworks, architecture and artefacts, beginning with the Roman conquest of these islands. Fo
   the first time on television, Arena tells the whole story of the life and work of T. S. Eliot. His widow Valerie Eliot has opened her personal archive, hitherto unseen, i
 e Highland superstar that never was: Norman Maclean, in his own words.
 ama-documentary presented by Alan Yentob, with Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead role as Van Gogh. Every word spoken by the actors in this film is
 e life and times of the Wagner family, from Richard Wagner through to the present day, characterised by lies and deceit and political shenanigans of th
  ist and critic Matthew Collings explores the subject of beauty in art. Choosing a personal top ten of his favourite beauty experiences - from right across
 last, the true life story of the outlaw comic who tried to save the world. AMERICAN: THE BILL HICKS STORY uses a stunning new animation technique
 e extraordinary life and brutal death of filmmaker-turned-conservationist Joan Root and her campaign to save her beloved Lake Naivasha in Kenya. Pa
 e End of the Line, is the world’s first major feature documentary about the devastating impact overfishing has had and is having on our oceans. The film
 e Khmer Rouge slaughtered nearly two million people in the late 1970s. Yet the Killing Fields of Cambodia remain unexplained. Until now. Enter Thet S
 st how much of our personal information is floating around in government and corporate databases? Filmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disa
 it Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric French shop owner’s efforts to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on
 mmaker Mark Cousins travels to a Kurdish-Iraqi village of just 700 people and tries to make a dream film about a place that is normally only portrayed i
 e “Angola 3”: Herman Wallace, Albert Woodfox and Robert King, have spent almost a century between them in solitary confinement in Angola, the Lou
 chael Campbell is one of the few hundred white farmers left in Zimbabwe since President Robert Mugabe began his violent 'Land Reform' program in 2
   Distance Left To Run finds 4 members of Blur together for their 2009 rehearsals and acclaimed summer tour. With previously unseen archive materia
 er ten years of correspondence, Michael Whyte was given unprecedented access to the closed monastery of Carmelite nuns situated in the heart of Lo
 rner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller and collaborator Nicholas Abrahams explore how fans appropriate music for their own creative and emotional e
 hat might it be like to be a horse? Not just any horse, but a top-end racehorse in Ireland? This is the question RACE HORSES explores, following three
 e Havana Boxing Academy is a boarding school that takes 9-year-old boys, and turns them into the best boxers in the world. Sons Of Cuba follows thre
URTLE: THE INCREDIBLE JOURNEY is the story of a little loggerhead turtle, as she follows in the path of her ancestors on one of the most extraordina
  pped in The Twin Towers on September 11th, thousands of ordinary people struggled to make contact with the outside world. Many knew that time was ticking awa
 ring late 2009, journalist Najibullah Quraishi spent 10 days with one of the most dangerous and fanatical insurgent factions involved in the Afghan war. At great risk t
 s investigation into the biggest single loss of civilian lives in Afghanistan during the NATO led invasion exposes how American Special Forces were drawn into a local
 e C-17 Globemaster is one of the world's largest military transport aircraft, capable of carrying anything from tanks and helicopters to troops and supplies. But when
merican Radical is a documentary about American academic Norman Finkelstein. A son of holocaust survivors, ardent critic of Israel's policies and author of five notab
  de from police footage obtained by the Guardian, this film reveals how two women were arrested by police officers after asking for their name badges at Kingsnorth
hen a long-standing alliance between drug lords in Medellin, Colombia collapsed, the city’s streets became a battlefield. In "World's Untold Stories: Blood Lines", CNN
  anuary 2009, over 1300 Palestinians were killed in Gaza, around 300 of them children. When the ceasefire was declared, award winning film-maker Jezza Neumann
 ssa, India - where tribal people fight with their bows and arrows against multinational mining moguls from London. The filmmaker, aided by two endearing, bumblin
 the West pours billions of dollars into the fight against the Taliban in southern Afghanistan, children throughout the rest of the country suffer increasing hardship. Bo
  ncing With the Devil is a shockingly intimate and visually stunning portrait of the drug-related gang war that dominates the slums of Rio de Janeiro, foll
 an Davis carries out a controversial experiment in the Cambridgeshire town of Wisbech, which in recent years has received huge numbers of immigran
 e End of the Line, is the world’s first major feature documentary about the devastating impact overfishing has had and is having on our oceans. The film provides a dr
 t how much of our personal information is floating around in government and corporate databases? Filmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a
   us, it's a crime. For them, it's a job. For all the divisions between civilians and soldiers, there is one defining barrier - the act of killing. In extraordinarily candid testim
 e documentary speaks to survivors, families of those who died as well as friends and families of the murderers themselves. The raw and troubling stories of the shoo
 emarkable story of an attempt at reconciliation between a former U.S guard at Guantanamo Bay and two of his ex-prisoners, who spent more than two years at the
urnalist Rachel Roberts was three years old when she was placed in a Doncaster children's home with her younger sister Jenny. They stayed there for 15 months befo
 e of the world's most fearsome jihadi groups is turning on al Qaeda. The Libyan Islamic Fighting Group (LIFG) has written a new 417 page Manifesto, or jihadi code, th
ot entirely undercover over the course of nine months, this beautiful but tragically moving film tells the stories of three children growing up in today's Zimbabwe. Gra
  ie was young and beautiful. A model and budding TV presenter, she had a glowing future ahead of her. But in 2008 a vicious acid attack destroyed her face, and with
 th intimate access to the school and the families the documentary follows the lives of four 8 year old girls as they leave home to start a new life as boarders in a Ham
  emotest Siberia a man claiming to be the Son of God has gathered thousands of followers around him. Director George Carey sets off on a journey to try to find out
med over seven years, ‘Mario and Nini’ tells the moving and shocking story of two young boys coming of age in a world of street gangs.
  rc Issac's latest film, shot during the current financial crisis explores the human cost of life in the dog eat dog world of London's Square Mile.
chael Portillo’s father Luis fought in the Spanish Civil war supporting the Democratic Government and when Spain fell to Franco, spent the rest of his life in exile. We
oving to Mars charts the epic journey made by two Burmese families from a vast refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border to their new homes in the UK. At times hila
oving to Mars charts the epic journey made by two Burmese families from a vast refugee camp on the Thai/Burma border to their new homes in the UK. At times hila
e extraordinary life and brutal death of filmmaker-turned-conservationist Joan Root and her campaign to save her beloved Lake Naivasha in Kenya. Part whodunit, pa
e story of two girls in their first year at a British Muslim faith school. Zara is seven. She’s the youngest in her family but the first to become a strict Muslim. Aysha is 1
  nk Letch was born without arms but has lived a full and remarkable life and now, at the age of 65, he’s the Mayor of Crediton near Exeter. We travel with Frank back
 Burma's pro-democracy leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, faces trial by the country's military government, film follows the lives of eight Burmese orphans as they struggle to
hat is it like to be picked up off the street, told you have committed a murder you know nothing about, and find yourself behind bars for 20 years? In December 2005
   this two part documentary series, scheduled to coincide with Earth Day, Ross Kemp travelled to South America to investigate the socio-economic and environmenta
ss Kemp finds out what life is really like on the Gaza strip. He interviews ordinary Palestinians as well as a suicide bomber and Islamic Jihad who are committed to bri
 President of the Republika Srpska, Radovan Karazdic developed a reputation as an uncompromising and brutal nationalist. But after the war he vanished, seemingly
  s Dispatches Special reveals the brutal reality of life on the streets and in the slums of Mumbai, following the daily struggles of four young children to survive. The fil
  s remarkable film reveals for the first time a truly 360 degree view of a major terrorist attack. Shot in Mumbai it tells the story of what happened when ten gunmen
xing Day 2004. Across the Indian Ocean, tourists from all over the world were enjoying a dream holiday in the sun. None of them knew that their holiday video came
  s film was made to show 'an inconvenient truth about education'. It presents the problem, outlines the challenge and starts to explore possible solutions to providin
elcome to Lagos is an observational documentary series shot in the slums of Lagos, the fastest growing megacity in the world. Now that more than 50% of the world’
e True Stories strand, a showcase for the best international and domestic feature documentaries, presents What’s Killing Darcus Howe?, which follows an extraordin
 enty-one year old Nel has lived in Britain since she was six after her family fled war and violence in Afghanistan. Despite respecting her parents decision to leave, Ne
ounded follows the journey of two injured soldiers: a 19-year-old Ranger Andy Allen who, in July 2008, had his right leg blown off and his eyes badly burnt by an impr
ot entirely undercover over the course of nine months, this beautiful but tragically moving film tells the stories of three children growing up in today's Zimbabwe. Gra
  evelatory flagship documentary series, presented by Rageh Omaar, exploring American political and military relationships in Africa.In 1998 the Pentag
 ne Parents, The Long Term Unemployed and The Sick have all been targets in Labour’s attempts to reduce the spiralling social welfare bill. They’ve co
x young British food consumers go to live and work alongside the workers in south east Asian food industries
British Indian family opens its doors to viewers in a major new eight-part observational series, documenting the universal themes of family life. The Grew
  th unprecedented and unvarnished access to Hampshire Constabulary, this new series lays bare the challenges faced by frontline officers: investigatin
 ree part series comprising the following films in transmission order: Pushing The Boundaries (Filmed in the Cardiology Department) / Caught in The Ma
om the Himalayas in the north to the Nilgiris in the south - for a century little trains have climbed through the clouds and into the wonderful world of the I
mes May is a man on a mission: he wants to get kids out of their bedrooms and away from their video games, he wants to drag parents off their backsid
anna Lumley, well-known and hugely loved British actress, is embarking on the trip of a lifetime; to travel and explore the River Nile, the longest river in
  th a million people crammed into one square mile, Dharavi is one of the most densely populated places on earth. It is also one of Asia's biggest slums.
 e aim is to put rainforest conservation and biological exploration in the heart of the BBC1 primetime schedule by wrapping it in high adventure and spec
 e Love of Money is the behind the scenes account of the crash of 2008 – what happened and why it happened - told by those who were there. Broadca
  ving lost both her mother and great-grandmother to breast cancer, Dawn Porter embarks on a personal and deeply moving journey to find out more ab
 ery minute of every day, a baby is born in Britain. One Born Every Minute celebrates what it really feels like to become a parent, by taking a bustling ma
   around the country thousands of buildings lie forgotten and neglected, tangled up with red-tape and restrictions. These are the properties no sane dev
 llowing on from his BAFTA-nominated reports in Kenya and from the front line in Helmand province Ross Kemp travelled to Israel and Gaza to explore
 this sumptuous 3 part series Sir Trevor McDonald travels across the Caribbean on an epic authored journey, from the Bahamas in the North to his birth
  rris Tweed is the most iconic of all tweeds, woven by hand at home, by an islander in the Outer Hebrides, and adored for decades the world over. Or it
 ree Royal Marines horrifically injured in Afghanistan endure the long and painful process of recovery before pitting themselves against the high Himalay
 milies make us what we are. They are our past, our present, our future. They define us; they identify us. And they present a public face of who we are t
elcome to Lagos is an observational documentary series shot in the slums of Lagos, the fastest growing megacity in the world. Now that more than 50%
OMEN is a three-part documentary series from acclaimed 'Jews' director Vanessa Engle. In this series, she turns her attention to sexual politics, chartin
ve leading British actresses will play The Queen at pivotal times in her life in this groundbreaking drama documentary series which examines the social
 66 – it’s the most famous date in British history, but what was it like for the people caught up in its catastrophic events? With a blend of historical drama
 ature-length drama-documentary about the troubled life and tragic death of legendary Lions' rugby coach Carwyn James. Starring Aneirin Hughes.
  dgame is an epic political thriller revealing the true story of the secret talks that helped to end apartheid, and the brave individuals who risked everythin
 hree-part drama-documentary exploring the lives of the five young women tragically murdered in Ipswich in the winter of 2006. Dramatised from the tes
 king viewers deep inside a twisted world of hate, fear, sexual transgression and mind-control, Manson tells the story of how one man transformed a har
cro Men is an affectionately comic drama about the British home computer boom of the early 1980s. Legendary inventor Clive Sinclair (Alexander Arms
  car-nominated actress Julie Walters takes on the lead role in a revealing portrait of Mo Mowlam; the woman whose charisma and no-nonsense approa
   American journalist living in the UK, Heather Brooke doggedly fought for details of MPs expenses under the Freedom of Information Act after her legiti
 e humanist film director Tarkovsky crossed out name director of photography Rerberg from film“Stalker’s” creditsin the manner that repressed people w
 l Paterson, Mark Gatiss, Charlotte Riley and Kenneth Cranham star in Hardy Pictures’ timely factual drama, illuminating one doctor’s pioneering efforts
11: The Calls From The Towers features recordings of calls from people who died in the terrorist attack on New York - some broadcast for the first time - as well as m
 2001, Afghanistan's Taliban government were swept from power by the first decisive action of operation 'Enduring Freedom'. Eight years later, as Afgh
 tish novelist Howard Jacobson tries to find a path between religious and atheistic fundamentalists. Jacobson describes himself as a 'non-practising Jew
 ny Robinson explores what it was like to live through the Blitz, on a specially-constructed street that is subjected to explosions similar to those inflicted b
n 14th November 1940 the Luftwaffe launched the most devastating bombing raid seen on Britain. The target was Coventry; deep in the heart of Englan
 e premise of these documentaries is to follow a well-respected British celebrity as they investigate their family ancestry, usually revealing larger historic
 is is the story of the world's biggest motorsport disaster. In Le Mans in 1955 Mercedes driver Pierre Levegh smashed into the crowd killing 120 people
xty years on from the Korean War - a bloody conflict that set Communist North Korea against the UN/US supported South - one especially bitter dispute
ayboy? Wastrel? Or a visionary modernizer and accomplished diplomat? Edward VII - known as Bertie - was all of these, and more. Yet - while there is
 e fascinating story of how Britain’s lust for trade and cash has shaped our chequered diplomatic relationship with China is the focus for the second part
 e Home Office is one of the oldest and most secretive of all government departments. Michael Cockerell traces its history from its creation nearly two h
 is is the first episode of a two parter charting the lost history of a century of British children's games. "The Great Outdoors", is the story of a secret world
 is documentary explores the phenomenon of human zoos and tells the poignant story of Ota Benga, a Batwa pygmy from the Belgian Congo, put on dis
 r four years, Officer A lived a secret life among anti-racist activists as they fought brutal battles with the police and the BNP. In this film he tells of the te
  ring the period 1943-1948 the city of Naples packed more in than most cities manage in a century. Sleaze, sex, corruption, the Second World War, the
n inauguration day 2009, the new president studied the gathering clouds and raging storms that threatened his nation and declared unequivocally, ˜we a
 own on the 70th anniversary of 3rd September 1939, this film vividly recreates the day the war began. It tells the story of the fateful Sunday hour by hou
 is film evokes an apocalyptic vision. Once America’s fourth largest city, Detroit was built by the car for the car, with the first freeways, suburbs, and sho
 e story of the discovery of the largest hoard of Saxon Gold ever found.
wenty years ago, the Berlin Wall, the most famous icon of the Cold War, suddenly shattered into a million souvenirs. In The Secret Life of the Berlin Wal
 is programme is about the experience of children in war in Britain and Germany, seen through the films of them shot by parents, friends and school tea
OUNDTRACK FOR A REVOLUTION tells the story of the American civil rights movement through the powerful songs that protesters sang on picket line
 is drama-documentary tells the story of the Terror and looks at how Maximilien Robespierre's revolutionary idealism so quickly became an excuse for t
 is insightful documentary follows a series screenings of 1960s films to today’s residents of Thamesmead. In doing so, it tells the social history of one of
 e moving true story of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami told through the eyes of those who were there. Shot by ordinary people across the tsunami’s huge
million Afghans are estimated to be addicted to drugs, especially heroin. Alarmingly, 40% of these are women and children. “Addicted in Afghanistan” is
NDREA: QUEEN OF MANTAS charts a year in life of young American biologist, Dr. Andrea Marshall, who gave up everything for a life in remotest Moza
  ciding what to do with a relative's ashes can be a serious dilemma, but now there are increasing options available to those left behind. Ashes to Diamo
  ti Baratz's documentary chronicles a former disciple's search for his reincarnated Tibetan master. Visually stunning, emotionally gripping and shot over
  lony documents a time of unprecedented crisis in the world of the honeybee through the eyes of both veteran beekeeper, Davis Mendes, and Lance an
 st how much of our personal information is floating around in government and corporate databases? Filmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disa
 e Sighthill Estate in North Glasgow was once home to more than 7500 people. Over it’s 40 year lifespan, it has battled high levels of unemployment an
 it Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric French shop owner’s efforts to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on
 st how easy is it to bag a millionaire when you’re 28, single and broke? Rebecca Arnold tests out three routes to snaring her very own Prince Charming
  cumentary investigating the problem of police violence in Jamaica. Discovering how it came to be that with a population of less than three million, Jama
 e myth of Ernest Hemingway frames this joureny from a rifle club in Britain to the savannah of southern Africa. Filmmaker Joseph Matthews has never
documentary story of an unlikely friendship between a young British girl and a southern American Black Panther, who has been incarcerated in solitary
 med over seven years, ‘Mario and Nini’ tells the moving and shocking story of two young boys coming of age in a world of street gangs.
   a well-worn story: the middle-aged man running on empty trades everything in for a second shot at life before it’s too late. Set against these social ster
 is is a film about my parents. My mother, a housewife for 30 years; and my father, owner of a car salvage yard. After recent events I was led deeper int
   the fiftieth anniversary of the first Miss Merthyr Tydfil competition and in this film we meet up with the first Miss Merthyr and follow four hopefuls enterin
 chael Campbell is one of the few hundred white farmers left in Zimbabwe since President Robert Mugabe began his violent 'Land Reform' program in 2
 ter is on sick leave and spends most of his time contemplating his past. Little makes sense to him anymore. Comforted by his analogue radios, Peter is
 oking for photographs of Jesus, yetis and Hitler in 1948? Help is at hand with this documentary fantasy based on true stories of requests for impossible
 the winter of 1979 Nabeel Yasin, Iraq's most famous young poet, gathered together a handful of belongings and fled Iraq with his wife and son. His retu
 eative documentary painting a startling portrait of a village in limbo, through the eyes of two men who share an obsession with the strange place. Direct
 rner Prize-winning artist Jeremy Deller and collaborator Nicholas Abrahams explore how fans appropriate music for their own creative and emotional e
 e humanist film director Tarkovsky crossed out name director of photography Rerberg from film“Stalker’s” credits in the manner that repressed people
 xan industries are legally permitted to release millions of tons of toxic pollutants into the air each year, plus thousands of tons more in ‘accidental’ or ‘un
 e Havana Boxing Academy is a boarding school that takes 9-year-old boys, and turns them into the best boxers in the world. Sons Of Cuba follows thre
   Scott is the boss of a traditional Scottish sporran workshop. The business has lost its competitive edge to cheap foreign imports. In between shouting a
 st Cut presents film-maker Hannah Murphy's sensitive and poignant portrayal of what life can be like for disabled people in Britain. Adults with disabilitie
 hat's it really like to grow up in the heart of the Arab World? In a unique series that achieved unprecedented access to Syria, this film gets right under th
Tidy Life talks an intimate look at the notorious town of Methyr Tydfil, capital of the unemployed. The film follows three locals: a mother struggling to ma
 h and Bo are eleven years old - cousins and best friends - in Laos, South East Asia. Their future looks certain: leave school, marry young, and toil seas
 sixteen, Tony left home and had to fend for himself. He’s managed to survive alone - but only just. Now he wants to reconcile with his mum. He’s deter
exei Krugliakov is serious about being funny. He's studying to become a clown at the State School for Circus and Variety Arts, Moscow. It's a tough disc
 the middle of an industrial wasteland in South Eat London lies a piece of untold comedy history: The Tunnel Club. Long-gone, the dive was a hub for Br
gilante Britain is a hard-hitting documentary that gets up close and personal with the UK's deadliest hard line vigilante gang, the Merstham Justice Squa
mmaker Mark Rossiter was a white boy raised by a black nanny under Apartheid South Africa. Now 25 years later he’s searching for the woman who w
 d Evans is the notorious clamper of the beautiful Yorkshire village of Haworth. Residents of the village hate him, and tourists fear him for his over-zealo
hen 8 year old Charlotte Wilson visited Dr Christian at the Embarrassing Bodies Clinic she was hoping for a simple cure for an extreme case of verruca
  pert Murray’s acclaimed film looking at the consequences of unchecked, unregulated sea fishing across the globe. It is not a film about what might hap
sh dominate the planet’s waters through their astonishing variety of shape and behaviour. From the beautiful weedy sea dragon who looks like a creatur
n the 12th of January a massive earthquake rocked the Caribbean Island of Haiti. The ensuing devastation has created the biggest humanitarian crisis o
 r the first time, television viewers have the chance to interact with leading surgeons as they carry out life-changing operations, allowing them to experie
n a finite budget, the NHS can't afford to offer every treatment on the market, so how does the nation choose which patients should be the winners - and
 this documentary, part of the season Race: Science's Last Taboo, Rageh Omaar sets out to find out the truth, meeting scientists who believe the resea
  aos theory has a bad name, conjuring up images of unpredictable weather, economic crashes and science gone wrong. But there is a fascinating and
X DEGREES OF SEPARATION brings us a new view of the world, as we unfold the science behind the popular trivia game ‘Six Degrees of Kevin Baco
 ry topical and first time ever, humorous and laconic view of the way billionaires depart our planet earth to travel into outer space for fun. With extra-ordi
o Williams goes underground to discover the stunning landscapes that exist inside caves and old mines.
 e Trials of J.Robert Oppenheimer, a co-production between the BBC and WGBH tells the extraordinary story of the rise and fall of Robert Oppenheime
hen scientists announced the discovery of Ida, a 47 million year old fossil that could be our earliest ancestor, the world was stunned by the detail preser
 is new four-part science series uncovers the anatomical secrets of some of the animal kingdom's most extraordinary species and answers such age-ol
 ung and immensely talented writer Robert Macfarlane explores the unexpected nature of one of Britain’s most maligned counties, revealing that there’s
 this spell-binding episode, Professor Brian Cox visits some of the most stunning locations on Earth to describe our intimate connection with the powerh
 a moving and often funny documentary, award-winning film-maker Sean Langan is off to East Africa to ride the rails of the Tazara railroad. Its passenge
 last, the true life story of the outlaw comic who tried to save the world. AMERICAN: THE BILL HICKS STORY uses a stunning new animation technique
mily Horne has been married five times, but never bothered to get divorced. She's worked in the porn industry and as an "escort," and she's already serv
 this film seven couples talk with disarming frankness about sex, infidelity, love and marriage. Safely tucked up in their own double beds, these men and
arting the very first shift of a new job can be nerve-wracking for anyone, especially if you face being sworn at, spat on, racially abused and even physica
 an Davis carries out a controversial experiment in the Cambridgeshire town of Wisbech, which in recent years has received huge numbers of immigran
 die Izzard is an actor, comedian and part-time transvestite. But no one thought he was much of an athlete. Until he decided to go for a run; a very long
 st how much of our personal information is floating around in government and corporate databases? Filmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disa
 it Through The Gift Shop traces an eccentric French shop owner’s efforts to locate and befriend Banksy, only to have the artist turn the camera back on
  nnah Jones is a 36-year-old journalist with a razor sharp wit and a lifelong problem: her weight. At 21-stone, Hannah is officially clinically obese and sh
 e islanders of the Outer Hebrides are reeling from the laying-off of the weavers of Harris Tweed. Now the owner of the only mill capable of making the f
  ston's back with more madcap menus as he recreates famous feasts. First stop on his food adventure is the factory of Willie Wonka. "It's the perfect ch
 e socialite, diarist, fop, interior designer Nicky Haslam's lifestyle bedazzles but the public persona hides a bitter sad truth.
 st how easy is it to bag a millionaire when you’re 28, single and broke? Rebecca Arnold tests out three routes to snaring her very own Prince Charming
 ith Floyd between the lines.
 ournalist with no scruples and a pair of Danish comedians travel to North Korea with a mission to use humour to uncover the truth behind one of the wo
 e Lady is the longest running women’s weekly in Britain, but circulation has fallen from 80,000 in the 1950s to below 30,000. Ben Budworth, great grand
 ound breaking series in which Kate Humble played midwife in front of live cameras, delivering lambs on a 900 ewe sheep farm in Wales. For six month
 mes May is a man on a mission: he wants to get kids out of their bedrooms and away from their video games, he wants to drag parents off their backsid
  tail expert Mary Portas’s heartfelt mission to transform the UK’s charity shops and the way we perceive them –from somewhere to dump your rubbish t
 tering the world of 21st-century Gypsy and Traveller weddings, where ancient traditions meet modern fashions in an ostentatious culture clash, Cutting
 e bizarre, hilarious, and often very moving story of people out to sell their most intimate secrets to national newspapers and magazines, filmed over the
 asoned traveller Paul Merton begins another exclusive trek for Five. Though he's staying relatively closer to home than on previous trips, the intrepid ex
 oking for photographs of Jesus, yetis and Hitler in 1948? Help is at hand with this documentary fantasy based on true stories of requests for impossible
 e biggest West End Shows, the most famous pop acts, the highest level auditionees, and some of the world’s most successful dance teachers all pass
  ris Atkins' hilarious but shocking True Stories documentary about the celebrity-obsessed media romps through the real reasons behind our addiction to
even boys are about to do battle for an education worth £200,000. But only two can win. This film enters the secret world of an elite British boarding sch
 1988, 16 year old John Davidson featured in a BBC documentary about Tourettes. Few people had heard of Tourette Syndrome, let alone knew about
  e many elderly people, 80-year-old concert pianist Pauline is in need of some help and care. Unlike most other elderly people, however, Pauline is mar
 e charismatic choirmaster from the Bafta winning series The Choir is back, and about to embark on his biggest musical mission yet. Can Gareth Malon
  w series following Katie Price’s story since her split from Peter Andre but ten weeks after her break up could love be in the air again? Join Katie as she
photo shows ten teenagers standing in an Oxford quad wearing exquisitely tailored tailcoats. Among them, are two men who would go on to be the mos
 e Autistic Me follows the lives of three young people with different types of Autism as they face the difficult transition into adulthood. By giving them a vo
hat would you do for your child? How much is their need greater than your own? These are the big questions lying beneath the surface of this concise a
 ch year, an estimated 200,000 people are reported missing in the UK alone. But when a loved one goes missing, the space left behind in their families
  cumentary in which artist and writer Matthew Collings explores the concept of beauty in art. Is beauty only in the eye of the beholder, or is there someth
stery and magnificence - and 'til now a story untold on British television. In episode 1, Out of the Forest Andrew explores the origins of the Russian icon - part-work o
  Britain, Sue maps changing tastes in the types of domestic art that have become popular and asks not only why we have embraced them in such great numbers but
duction features a mix of professional and amateur dancers, all of them drawn from radically different modern dance styles including Tango, Street and Pole
 artists developed a cultural movement influenced by the D.I.Y attitude and underground youth cultures of skateboarding, graffiti and punk rock. This group has now
  filmmaker son, Paul, takes us on a journey through the hurt, pain and decimation of a family at the point of implosion. Many unexhibited masterpieces are unearthe
y’s return from California to paint the East Yorkshire landscape of his childhood. It follows Hockney’s efforts to disengage from photography and find renewal by wor
 place that is normally only portrayed in the news. He gives the kids cameras. They make little movies about war, love, a fish that goes to a magical place, and a chick
ative obscurity. In 2009, the 62 year-old O'Sullivan is still touring and recording, drive to achieve again the chart success he once had. This is a fascinating and witty po
 went back to Jane Bown's negatives to tell the story of a career that began with a commission to photograph Bertrand Russell for the Observer in 1949 and includes

 Horse, became one of the most popular and acclaimed productions in the National Theatre’s history. From its early development in the NT Studio, see how Handspr
came a recluse in the 80s. This definitive film features Duffy speaking for the first time about his life and his legacy, as he picks up his camera once more to photograp
ter seventy years later?) How could a single piece of classical music be such a problem for the Third Reich that they made forty-four separate tries at re
 ith previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, the film recounts blur's highs and lows, from Colchester and Goldsmiths, t
een two worlds: rich and poor, black and white. Steeped in the history of the wealthy white elite, many feel that the likes of Irlan Santos da Silva and Isabela Cracy tw
 as a baritone - Simon Boccanegra. Also, looking back at some of his greatest roles, this film examines how Domingo earned the title the ‘greatest tenor in history’.
 r to Cuba. It's the first time a major international ballet company has visited Cuba since the revolution and coincides with its 50th anniversary. They are granted excl
n his legendary travels around Europe and the Mediterranean. In honour of the occasion, Rupert retraces the great romantic poet’s journey to understa
ginning with the Roman conquest of these islands. For a thousand years, from Emperor Claudius to William the Conqueror, the British Isles were defined by invasion
  has opened her personal archive, hitherto unseen, including their private scrapbook and albums. An unprecedented insight into the life of the 20th century’s greate

h. Every word spoken by the actors in this film is sourced from the letters that Van Gogh sent to his younger brother Theo, and of those around him. Wh
 by lies and deceit and political shenanigans of the most extraordinary and hideous kind.
  favourite beauty experiences - from right across art history and different world cultures - he argues that beauty is not just in the eye of the beholder. Th
STORY uses a stunning new animation technique to finally bring the amazing tale of one of modern culture's most iconic heroes to the big screen.
  o save her beloved Lake Naivasha in Kenya. Part whodunit, part psychological study and part environmental tract, the film provokes some troubling qu
 ng has had and is having on our oceans. The film provides a dramatic expose of those in power who are taking advantage of the seas with catastrophic
odia remain unexplained. Until now. Enter Thet Sambath, an unassuming, yet cunning, investigative journalist who spends a decade gaining the trust of
 lmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world’s top private investigators the task of tracking him do
 y, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. An incendiary true story of low-level criminality, companionship and
 m about a place that is normally only portrayed in the news. He gives the kids cameras. They make little movies about war, love, a fish that goes to a m
n them in solitary confinement in Angola, the Louisiana State Penitentiary. Herman and Albert are still held in solitary confinement TODAY after thirty se
  be began his violent 'Land Reform' program in 2000. What follows is an intimate, moving and often terrifying account of one man and his family’s extra
mer tour. With previously unseen archive material alongside revealing new interviews and reportage, the film recounts blur's highs and lows, from Colch
  tery of Carmelite nuns situated in the heart of London in Notting Hill Gate. The nuns lead a cloistered life dedicated to prayer and contemplation. No Gr
 ate music for their own creative and emotional expression in these stories of faith and devotion from around the world.
 estion RACE HORSES explores, following three promising, charismatic horses over the course of one rather difficult racing year, bringing us into their
 st boxers in the world. Sons Of Cuba follows three young hopefuls through 8 dramatic months as they prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championsh
   of her ancestors on one of the most extraordinary journeys in the natural world.
  outside world. Many knew that time was ticking away. Others turned to relatives in their desperation to escape. 8 years later, these recorded messages and private
ent factions involved in the Afghan war. At great risk to his own life, he accompanies them as they prepare and carry out attacks on NATO supply routes and observes
 ow American Special Forces were drawn into a local blood feud with disastrous consequences. But with intelligence hard to evaluate, will the lessons of Azizabad be
nks and helicopters to troops and supplies. But when the emergency call comes the plane is transformed into a hospital with everything needed to bring often terribl
 dent critic of Israel's policies and author of five notable books, Finkelstein has been steadfast at the centre of many controversies, including his recent denial of tenu
  cers after asking for their name badges at Kingsnorth Climate Camp.
 tlefield. In "World's Untold Stories: Blood Lines", CNN's Karl Penhaul provides a gritty, up-close look at Colombia’s cocaine-fueled drug war, and explains how interna
declared, award winning film-maker Jezza Neumann arrived to follow the lives of 4 children over a year. Through their eyes, and in their words, Children of Gaza give
  on. The filmmaker, aided by two endearing, bumbling local guides, searches for answers amongst conflicting allegations, as the truth becomes more and more elusiv
   the rest of the country suffer increasing hardship. Boys as young as 10 are living in extreme poverty and being lured off the streets on the promise of a new life awa
   that dominates the slums of Rio de Janeiro, following three very different men through the perilous backstreets
nt years has received huge numbers of immigrants looking for work. Angry locals say they're stealing British jobs, and hold them responsible for the hig
ad and is having on our oceans. The film provides a dramatic expose of those in power who are taking advantage of the seas with catastrophic consequences on the w
  David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world’s top private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only public
 rier - the act of killing. In extraordinarily candid testimonies, five former British soldiers reflect on what it means to kill in combat and talk frankly on one of society's
hemselves. The raw and troubling stories of the shootings are placed in context by interviews with those who have been. The author Mark Ames argues that although
  ex-prisoners, who spent more than two years at the world's most notorious prison accused of being members of Al Qaeda.
er sister Jenny. They stayed there for 15 months before being fostered. ‘The Homecoming’ followed her journey, three decades later, as she set out to find other chil
s written a new 417 page Manifesto, or jihadi code, that states armed struggle is illegitimate. This powerful documentary, 'World's Untold Stories: The Jihadi Code' p
  f three children growing up in today's Zimbabwe. Grace rummages through rubbish dumps in Harare to find bones to sell for school fees; Esther must care for her ba
008 a vicious acid attack destroyed her face, and with it her career and her life as she knew it. Katie bravely tells her story with compelling frankness and an extraordi
 y leave home to start a new life as boarders in a Hampshire prep school. We follow the highs and lows of their first intense term. How do the parents and children co
  George Carey sets off on a journey to try to find out where this reincarnation of Jesus came from. At the end of his journey he hopes to meet the man himself and a
   world of street gangs.
orld of London's Square Mile.
 in fell to Franco, spent the rest of his life in exile. We follow Portillo's personal journey back to Spain where for the first time in 70 years it confronts its history. Tens
ma border to their new homes in the UK. At times hilarious, at times emotional, their travels provide fascinating and unique insight not only into the effects of migrat
ma border to their new homes in the UK. At times hilarious, at times emotional, their travels provide fascinating and unique insight not only into the effects of migrat
 er beloved Lake Naivasha in Kenya. Part whodunit, part psychological study and part environmental tract, the film provokes some troubling questions about an Afric
 ily but the first to become a strict Muslim. Aysha is 12. She’s the only white girl at her school and she’s chosen to follow the Islamic beliefs of her Pakistani stepfathe
or of Crediton near Exeter. We travel with Frank back to Bala in North Wales where he lived and worked during the1970s.
  he lives of eight Burmese orphans as they struggle to survive the aftermath of Cyclone Nargis. Filmed covertly over the course of a year by two Burmese cameramen
 yourself behind bars for 20 years? In December 2005 this happened to Tono Zuniga in Mexico City, and like thousands of other innocent young men he was condemn
  to investigate the socio-economic and environmental pressures facing the Amazon regions of Brazil, Columbia, Peru and Ecuador. In episode 2, Kemp investigates ho
   bomber and Islamic Jihad who are committed to bringing an end to the State of Israel. He is visibly moved as he interviews traumatised children and goes into a tun
nationalist. But after the war he vanished, seemingly denying justice for those who sought his prosecution for war crimes. Now, As Karadzic awaits trial in the Hague,
 ily struggles of four young children to survive. The film was shot over the course of three months and throughout the treacherous monsoon season, by award-winnin
   tells the story of what happened when ten gunmen held one of the world’s busiest cities hostage. With exclusive access to the phone calls between the gunmen and
  n. None of them knew that their holiday video cameras were about to capture the most devastating natural disaster in recorded history. Told almost entirely using a
 e and starts to explore possible solutions to providing the next generation with an education that will help them to succeed in the most challenging world conditions
  in the world. Now that more than 50% of the world’s population live in cities, this series explores what life is like for people at the bottom of the urban pile. It uncov
t’s Killing Darcus Howe?, which follows an extraordinary six months in the life of the legendary veteran firebrand Darcus Howe as he attempts to raise awareness of a
  Despite respecting her parents decision to leave, Nel’s always felt a strong connection to the Afghanistan and longs to know what her life would have been like if she
ght leg blown off and his eyes badly burnt by an improvised explosive device; and a 24-year-old Lance Corporal Tom Neathway who lost three limbs after moving a b
  f three children growing up in today's Zimbabwe. Grace rummages through rubbish dumps in Harare to find bones to sell for school fees; Esther must care for her ba
military relationships in Africa.In 1998 the Pentagon concluded that "the US has no compelling national security interests in Africa". A decade later, and
  duce the spiralling social welfare bill. They’ve contracted private companies and charities to coax people off benefits and into work, rewarding them wit

nting the universal themes of family life. The Grewals are a fun-loving and lively family with three generations all living under one roof. For two months th
 hallenges faced by frontline officers: investigating a murder in the social complexity of modern Britain which moves from the leafy Home Counties to Lo
n the Cardiology Department) / Caught in The Machine (Filmed in ITU) / An Imperfect Cure (Filmed in the RenalDepartment)
h the clouds and into the wonderful world of the Indian Hill Railways.
games, he wants to drag parents off their backsides and get them all playing together again. Using some of the world's best loved toys, James May put
 el and explore the River Nile, the longest river in the world, from sea to source.
s on earth. It is also one of Asia's biggest slums. As a way of experiencing the good and bad of Dharavi first hand, Kevin decides to live, work, sleep, ea
hedule by wrapping it in high adventure and spectacular photography, mixed with verite filmmaking. A team of biologists join forces with wildlife camera
appened - told by those who were there. Broadcast on the first anniversary of the Lehman’s collapse, it chronicled the interlinked events of a crisis that t
al and deeply moving journey to find out more about the disease, and to discover whether she may be genetically predestined to develop it herself.
  like to become a parent, by taking a bustling maternity hospital and filling it with forty cameras. This ground-breaking and tender new series observes
 strictions. These are the properties no sane developer will touch - property orphans – of outstanding architectural interest which are slowly being left to
 ss Kemp travelled to Israel and Gaza to explore a conflict which shapes our world yet remains largely misunderstood. With unprecedented access to a
urney, from the Bahamas in the North to his birthplace of Trinidad in the south. Trevor's adventures take in everything from tourist playgrounds, luxury y
 es, and adored for decades the world over. Or it was. As our tweed saga begins, the world has forgotten Harris Tweed and the island industry is in term
efore pitting themselves against the high Himalayas in the adventure of a lifetime. This two part series intimately and movingly records the marines’ rec
s. And they present a public face of who we are to the world. But scratch the surface and what do you see? Compelling, moving, shocking and often ver
g megacity in the world. Now that more than 50% of the world’s population live in cities, this series explores what life is like for people at the bottom of t
, she turns her attention to sexual politics, charting the rise of feminism and interrogating its impact on contemporary women's lives. Generational in stru
a documentary series which examines the social history of Britain through the prism of key events in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Mixing dramatised
strophic events? With a blend of historical drama and original source material, 1066: The Battle for Middle Earth re-imagines the story of the Norman C
 ch Carwyn James. Starring Aneirin Hughes.
d, and the brave individuals who risked everything to make them happen South Africa in 1985.
ch in the winter of 2006. Dramatised from the testimony of family members, friends, drugs workers and Police it focuses on the battles these women ha
 tells the story of how one man transformed a harmless group of hippies into a gang of brutal murderers. Featuring the first ever in depth interview with
egendary inventor Clive Sinclair (Alexander Armstrong) dominates the fledgling market, but ex-employee Chris Curry (Martin Freeman) is determined to
 oman whose charisma and no-nonsense approach to politics helped achieve one of the most monumental landmarks in recent British history, the Good
 er the Freedom of Information Act after her legitimate requests were declined by the House of Commons. Taking her case all the way to the High Cour
 r’s” creditsin the manner that repressed people were crossed out during the Stalin era. In his diaries published after his death Tarkovsky blamed his co
ama, illuminating one doctor’s pioneering efforts to protect the people of Manchester from the 1918 Spanish influenza pandemic. Inspired by medical O
 ork - some broadcast for the first time - as well as moving interviews with their families, who have co-operated in the making of the film and provided most of the re
n 'Enduring Freedom'. Eight years later, as Afghans prepare to vote in the Presidential elections, the Taliban appear to be back and able to strike at the
obson describes himself as a 'non-practising Jew who fears all fanaticism bred by faith'. Yet he is moved to fury by what he calls the 'New Atheists', wh
subjected to explosions similar to those inflicted by the Luftwaffe. Blitz Street is on the receiving end of one of the largest bombs the Luftwaffe ever drop
target was Coventry; deep in the heart of England. In a twelve-hour blitz the Luftwaffe dropped thousands of tons of bombs. Three quarters of the city c
r family ancestry, usually revealing larger historical themes. It is a journey of personal discovery and often entails the celebrity in question
vegh smashed into the crowd killing 120 people and injuring hundreds more. Astonishingly the race carried on. What caused this tragedy has been em
S supported South - one especially bitter dispute continues to haunt both sides. North Korea alleges that during the war America used biological weapo
 - was all of these, and more. Yet - while there is some justice in this view - he was at the same time arguably one of the most politically astute and effec
 nship with China is the focus for the second part of Sir Christopher Meyer's series taking a behind-the-scenes look at the history of British Diplomacy.
ell traces its history from its creation nearly two hundred and fifty years ago to its present day role as the ministry of law and order, immigration, MI5 and
he Great Outdoors", is the story of a secret world of children’s adventure and imagination that blossomed, often unseen, in the first half of the 20th cen
Batwa pygmy from the Belgian Congo, put on display at the 1904 St Louis World’s Fair and then the Bronx Zoo. He was labelled as the "missing link". T
  police and the BNP. In this film he tells of the terrifying life he led, the psychological burden it placed on him and his growing fears that the work of his
aze, sex, corruption, the Second World War, the Cold War, a communist uprising, the evacuation of the entire city, an outbreak of syphillis and typhoid,
ned his nation and declared unequivocally, ˜we are in the midst of a crisis”. A year on, as Obama wrestles with a daunting array of challenges on the wo
It tells the story of the fateful Sunday hour by hour, using solely the words of those who were there, supplemented by archive footage. An onscreen cloc
 he car, with the first freeways, suburbs, and shopping centres, it embodied the American dream. Now it’s a dystopic city. Greenery grows through ruine

  n souvenirs. In The Secret Life of the Berlin Wall, the dreams and nightmares return. Spy stories. Love Stories. Escapes and Betrayals. Double lives a
s of them shot by parents, friends and school teachers. The films, and the recollections of the children in them, capture the novelty of war at home and a
 owerful songs that protesters sang on picket lines, in mass meetings, and in jail cells. The film is a vibrant blend of heart-wrenching interviews, dramati
 nary idealism so quickly became an excuse for tyranny
ad. In doing so, it tells the social history of one of London’s most controversial and misunderstood areas.
 ot by ordinary people across the tsunami’s huge impact area, the remarkable amateur footage reveals what happened when the waves hit land. This po
women and children. “Addicted in Afghanistan” is an intimate observational documentary that explores the heartbreaking reality behind the headlines as
ho gave up everything for a life in remotest Mozambique, living alongside the largest population of mantas in the world. From the discovery of a giant ne
ns available to those left behind. Ashes to Diamonds is a heartfelt, eye-opening, and at times funny film exploring how creative some Brits are becoming
 ally stunning, emotionally gripping and shot over the course of four years, The Baby and the Buddha follows a sacred quest through the eyes of a rema
veteran beekeeper, Davis Mendes, and Lance and Victor Seppi, two young brothers getting into beekeeping when most are getting out. As Mendes trie
 lmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world’s top private investigators the task of tracking him do
  n, it has battled high levels of unemployment and poverty, but still gave solace to its residents, including the fifty nationalities housed there through the
 y, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. An incendiary true story of low-level criminality, companionship and
  routes to snaring her very own Prince Charming. In a bid to find a man who’s willing to splash the cash she hangs out in glitzy nightclubs, rides off into
  with a population of less than three million, Jamaica’s police force is among the deadliest in the world. The film focuses on the story of Robert Hill a Jam
n Africa. Filmmaker Joseph Matthews has never fired a gun before, but makes a surprising discovery about his own attitude to shooting that leads him i
k Panther, who has been incarcerated in solitary confinement in Angola Prison Louisiana, for 37 years.
of age in a world of street gangs.
e before it’s too late. Set against these social stereotypes and our cult of youth, The Middle Men is an observational documentary revealing the emotion
 ge yard. After recent events I was led deeper into their marriage than I’ve ever been before. For the first time I’ve asked questions hoping to make peac
 irst Miss Merthyr and follow four hopefuls entering this year’s competition. Once derided as a sexist relic of the past, the competition is still thriving and
  be began his violent 'Land Reform' program in 2000. What follows is an intimate, moving and often terrifying account of one man and his family’s extra
more. Comforted by his analogue radios, Peter is left yearning for the old days. This film shares with us a common fear of change portrayed through Pe
   based on true stories of requests for impossible images. Real-life archives become the stage where fact and fiction collide, belief runs amok and unru
gings and fled Iraq with his wife and son. His return to the land that informed his poetry decades later, now deep in war and turmoil, is an and poignant s
 hare an obsession with the strange place. Director Matthew Lloyd explores the imagined future for the village, combining unusual use of archive with st
 ate music for their own creative and emotional expression in these stories of faith and devotion from around the world.
 r’s” credits in the manner that repressed people were crossed out during the Stalin era. In his diaries published after his death Tarkovsky blamed his co
 plus thousands of tons more in ‘accidental’ or ‘unscheduled’ releases. When these incidents happen, local residents are told to stay in their homes and
 st boxers in the world. Sons Of Cuba follows three young hopefuls through 8 dramatic months as they prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championsh
e to cheap foreign imports. In between shouting at his son, swearing at the world and venting his frustration on the phone to his remaining customers, M
or disabled people in Britain. Adults with disabilities speak out about their experiences of hate crime and question a society that continues to do nothing
ented access to Syria, this film gets right under the skin of life in Damascus, a high pressure crossroads in the Middle East. It reveals a very different sid
m follows three locals: a mother struggling to make up for bad choices in the past; two brothers about to be separated by a prison sentence; and a retire
 certain: leave school, marry young, and toil season after season in the paddy fields. However, their uncle Bounmy comes home one day with another id
w he wants to reconcile with his mum. He’s determined to get a job, tidy up his disastrously messy flat, and feel good about himself. But as he begins to
Circus and Variety Arts, Moscow. It's a tough discipline, requiring physical fitness and total dedication. In Tsirk, Alexei is our guide to the school, a shabb
unnel Club. Long-gone, the dive was a hub for Britain's wildest acts: a comedian and a notorious heckler tell it's story and that of it's infamous compere,
 d line vigilante gang, the Merstham Justice Squad in Surrey. For the first time on camera, they peel off their regulation balaclavas, revealing their identi
 years later he’s searching for the woman who was like a second mum to him yet considered inferior by society. It’s an unsettling journey that takes Mar
 hate him, and tourists fear him for his over-zealous approach to parking violations. Hurt by the constant hatred thrown at him and his family Ted starts t
 for a simple cure for an extreme case of verrucas. She ended up at Great Ormond Street Hosptial where her younger sister would save her life.
ss the globe. It is not a film about what might happen, it is a film about what has happened. The final chilling conclusion is that unless more radical steps
autiful weedy sea dragon who looks like a creature from a fairytale, where the male protects their eggs by carrying them on his tail for months, to our slo
tion has created the biggest humanitarian crisis of the past decade. This timely documentary looks at what happened and why.
 e-changing operations, allowing them to experience the minute-by-minute drama of the operating theatre for themselves. The Operation: Surgery Live
hoose which patients should be the winners - and which should be the losers. Award-winning director Adam Wishart follows one nail-biting decision abo
 e truth, meeting scientists who believe the research supports the view that races can be differentiated as well as those who vehemently oppose this vie
ence gone wrong. But there is a fascinating and hidden side to Chaos, one that scientists are only now beginning to understand. In this documentary, P
  popular trivia game ‘Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon’. Based on the idea that anyone on the planet can be connected in just a few steps of association, ‘si
 to travel into outer space for fun. With extra-ordinary access and never before seen images the film investigates the emotional oscillations of an expen

y story of the rise and fall of Robert Oppenheimer.
 estor, the world was stunned by the detail preserved in the most complete fossil primate ever found. With exclusive access to Ida, this film follows the s
   extraordinary species and answers such age-old questions as: How did the elephant get its trunk? And how did whales evolve from land mammals?
 ’s most maligned counties, revealing that there’s considerably more to Essex than the old bad press stereotypes of white stilettos and boy racers. On h
describe our intimate connection with the powerhouse of them all, the Sun. In India he witnesses a total solar eclipse, in Norway he watches the Norther
  ride the rails of the Tazara railroad. Its passenger and good trains travel through spectacular scenery and a game park teeming with wild animals. But
STORY uses a stunning new animation technique to finally bring the amazing tale of one of modern culture's most iconic heroes to the big screen.
 dustry and as an "escort," and she's already served one jail sentence for bigamy. But behind the lurid headlines is a darker tale of mental illness, addic
cked up in their own double beds, these men and women reveal what they feel about each other, and offer an insight into what makes and breaks a rela
orn at, spat on, racially abused and even physically assaulted. These are some of the 'highlights' that anyone starting a career as a traffic warden can e
nt years has received huge numbers of immigrants looking for work. Angry locals say they're stealing British jobs, and hold them responsible for the hig
 ete. Until he decided to go for a run; a very long run... This is the first episode in a three part documentary series that follows Eddie rising to the challen
 lmmaker David Bond decides to find out, by disappearing for a month and setting two of the world’s top private investigators the task of tracking him do
 y, only to have the artist turn the camera back on its owner with spectacular results. An incendiary true story of low-level criminality, companionship and
stone, Hannah is officially clinically obese and she has tried everything to loose weight Hannah knows she needs to “eat less and exercise more”, but w
 he owner of the only mill capable of making the fabric world famous again flies in to mothball the plant. Other mill owners want to try to save the texile -
  is the factory of Willie Wonka. "It's the perfect chance for me to be a own hero from the era," beams Heston, "to recreate Roald Dahl's chocolate factor

 routes to snaring her very own Prince Charming. In a bid to find a man who’s willing to splash the cash she hangs out in glitzy nightclubs, rides off into

humour to uncover the truth behind one of the world's most notorious regimes On the pretext of being a small Danish theatre troupe on a cultural excha
950s to below 30,000. Ben Budworth, great grandson of the founder, knows The Lady needs an extreme makeover if he’s to save the family business. T
n a 900 ewe sheep farm in Wales. For six months, cameras tracked Kate's progress as apprentice to sheep farmers Jim and Kate Beavan, grappling w
games, he wants to drag parents off their backsides and get them all playing together again. Using some of the world's best loved toys, James May put
e them –from somewhere to dump your rubbish to places we should all support – was packed full of must-see moments as Mary attempted to teach old
 ashions in an ostentatious culture clash, Cutting Edge follows four Gypsy and Traveller families on their wedding days. Gaining rare access to this fasc
onal newspapers and magazines, filmed over the course of a single tabloid 'silly season', in summer 2009.
ser to home than on previous trips, the intrepid explorer discovers that there's plenty about our European neighbours that still surprises, seduces and sh
  based on true stories of requests for impossible images. Real-life archives become the stage where fact and fiction collide, belief runs amok and unru
 world’s most successful dance teachers all pass through Covent Garden’s Pineapple Dance Studios on a daily basis. In February 2010, Sky1 HD gave
  through the real reasons behind our addiction to fame, and pulls the rug out from the media corporations and moguls that deal it out.
s the secret world of an elite British boarding school to follow the boys from ordinary backgrounds doing battle for a fully funded place at 400-year-old H
ard of Tourette Syndrome, let alone knew about the neurological condition which, at its worst, causes violent body movements and outbursts of swearin
ost other elderly people, however, Pauline is marooned in an ocean of horded clutter inside her five-bedroom house. Her son Frederick moves in to cle
   biggest musical mission yet. Can Gareth Malone persuade the residents of a neglected Hertfordshire housing estate to unite in song and create Britain
  could love be in the air again? Join Katie as she promotes her latest novel, films a new TV ad and cooks dinner for the new man in her life - Alex
em, are two men who would go on to be the most powerful Conservative politicians in the country: Boris Johnson and David Cameron. But how has the
 cult transition into adulthood. By giving them a voice and showing the world through their eyes the film shows that with the right support many people on
 stions lying beneath the surface of this concise and affecting story. Avoiding sentimentality and breezing through the horrors of Cambodian history with
es missing, the space left behind in their families can mean a future trapped in a tortured present, one obsessed by the past.
only in the eye of the beholder, or is there something more universal we can say about it?
 explores the origins of the Russian icon - part-work of art, part-sacred object - from its roots in Byzantium and the first great Russian icon, Our Lady of Vladimir - to t
  we have embraced them in such great numbers but also why these bestsellers vary from the images we might expect and want to see in an art gallery. An affectiona
 ance styles including Tango, Street and Pole
eboarding, graffiti and punk rock. This group has now become a movement that has been transforming pop culture, with the artists since creating work for major con
plosion. Many unexhibited masterpieces are unearthed along the way.
 isengage from photography and find renewal by working for the first time outside, through the seasons and in all weathers. It is at once the inspiring story of a home
r, love, a fish that goes to a magical place, and a chicken who debates justice. Production was stopped twice by Iraqi secret police, First Movie is about wonder and th
success he once had. This is a fascinating and witty portrait of an outspoken music man who refuses to retire, absolutely certain of his own value, ready to take on al
ertrand Russell for the Observer in 1949 and includes iconic images of Samuel Beckett, The Beatles and the Queen.

arly development in the NT Studio, see how Handspring Puppet Company created the groundbreaking techniques that brought a lifelike horse to the stage. Behind th
cy, as he picks up his camera once more to photograph some of his favourite past sitters; Joanna Lumley, Lord Puttnam, and David Bailey and he plans the first ever e
 eich that they made forty-four separate tries at replacing it, even as the country was being bombed to pieces around them?
 's highs and lows, from Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park.
 the likes of Irlan Santos da Silva and Isabela Cracy two black kids from poor backgrounds, do not belong. Despite the constant prejudice and doubt, both are determi
ngo earned the title the ‘greatest tenor in history’.
cides with its 50th anniversary. They are granted exclusive access to this extraordinary cultural exchange between the world's most prestigious ballet company and a
 es the great romantic poet’s journey to understand the man whose maverick sex life, precocious literary talent and stunning goodlooks made him Britai
Conqueror, the British Isles were defined by invasion, each successive wave bringing something new to the mix. The Romans brought figurative art, the Anglo-Saxons
 nted insight into the life of the 20th century’s greatest poet. Contributors include Seamus Heaney, Lady Spender, Jeanette Winterson and Andrew Lloyd-Webber.

nger brother Theo, and of those around him. What emerges is a complex portrait of a sophisticated, civilised and yet tormented man. This is Van Gogh

t beauty is not just in the eye of the beholder. There are timeless principles at work which explain why we find art beautiful, and why beauty means so m
 ure's most iconic heroes to the big screen.
mental tract, the film provokes some troubling questions about an Africa still emerging from the legacy of colonialism.
re taking advantage of the seas with catastrophic consequences on the world’s fish supplies.
urnalist who spends a decade gaining the trust of the men and women who perpetrated the massacres. Sambath obtains ground-breaking and shocking
p private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.
 story of low-level criminality, companionship and incompetence.
 e movies about war, love, a fish that goes to a magical place, and a chicken who debates justice. Production was stopped twice by Iraqi secret police,F
 eld in solitary confinement TODAY after thirty seven years. How could this be? In America… In Obama’s America…
rifying account of one man and his family’s extraordinary courage in the face of overwhelming injustice and brutality.
e film recounts blur's highs and lows, from Colchester and Goldsmiths, to their headline return at Glastonbury and Hyde Park.
 fe dedicated to prayer and contemplation. No Greater Love gives a unique insight into this closed world where the modern world’s materialism is reject

rather difficult racing year, bringing us into their world and revealing their distinct individual characters. Beautiful, unusual, and highly entertaining, the f
prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12's. But during the season, crisis strikes: Fidel Castro is taken ill, and Cuba's Olympic bo

 . 8 years later, these recorded messages and private calls are the most powerful legacy to the families left behind. Often full of love and dignity they depict humanity
arry out attacks on NATO supply routes and observes as they argue amongst each other when things go wrong.
 nce hard to evaluate, will the lessons of Azizabad be truly learnt by the occupying forces?
hospital with everything needed to bring often terribly wounded service personnel home to their families in less than 36 hours from the point of injury.
any controversies, including his recent denial of tenure at DePaul University. Called a lunatic and self-hating Jew by some, and an inspirational figure by others, Finke

 ’s cocaine-fueled drug war, and explains how international drug users are perpetuating the problem.
h their eyes, and in their words, Children of Gaza gives us a unique insight into the impact of war on vulnerable young minds.
egations, as the truth becomes more and more elusive. A humorous film about a serious subject
ured off the streets on the promise of a new life away from destitution, unaware their true fate is to be used by powerful warlords and businessmen for entertainme

ritish jobs, and hold them responsible for the high local unemployment amongst Brits. So when local companies agree to temporarily stand down their f
 of the seas with catastrophic consequences on the world’s fish supplies.
tors the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.
 to kill in combat and talk frankly on one of society's great taboos - the pleasure this act can bring.
ve been. The author Mark Ames argues that although mental instability plays a role, American rampage shooters are rarely insane and impossible to profile: they co

 three decades later, as she set out to find other children from the home to find out where their lives had taken them.
 mentary, 'World's Untold Stories: The Jihadi Code' provides a fascinating insight into how this code was written by two of the principal players involved, Saif al Islam
nes to sell for school fees; Esther must care for her baby sister, and her mother who is dying of HIV/AIDS; and Obert pans for gold to make enough money to buy food
 her story with compelling frankness and an extraordinary lack of self-pity as she tries to come to terms with losing her beauty and starting a new life with a new face
 rst intense term. How do the parents and children cope with being separated at such a young age?
 his journey he hopes to meet the man himself and ask him why we should believe he is the Son of God.


he first time in 70 years it confronts its history. Tens of thousands lie in unmarked, mass graves. In 2008 the pact of forgetting was reversed promoting the discovery
and unique insight not only into the effects of migration, but also into one of the most important current political crises -Burma.
and unique insight not only into the effects of migration, but also into one of the most important current political crises -Burma.
m provokes some troubling questions about an Africa still emerging from the legacy of colonialism.
o follow the Islamic beliefs of her Pakistani stepfather. Over one year, the film intimately captures what it means for them to become religious at such a young age.

 ver the course of a year by two Burmese cameramen, who risked an instant 30-year jail sentence if caught, it reveals what day-to-day life is like for the ordinary peo
 sands of other innocent young men he was condemned for a crime he had never committed. “Presumed Guilty”is the story of two young lawyers and their incredibl
 Peru and Ecuador. In episode 2, Kemp investigates how the global demand for cocaine is leading to further deforestation and how the rise in the price of gold has me
e interviews traumatised children and goes into a tunnel that smuggles goods underneath the Egyptian border.
ar crimes. Now, As Karadzic awaits trial in the Hague, Rageh Omaar travels to Serbia and Bosnia to investigate his decade-long secret life, and examines the legacy he
ut the treacherous monsoon season, by award-winning production team True Vision ( Dispatches: China’s Stolen Children ,Chosen ), with director Nick Read.
 e access to the phone calls between the gunmen and their controllers, testimony from the sole surviving gunman, interviews with hostages and police and CCTV foo
aster in recorded history. Told almost entirely using amateur footage, this film brings you a story of panic and courage, of heartbreaking loss and miraculous survival
  to succeed in the most challenging world conditions in history. The story of 21st education is told from the point of view of 5 young people from Swindon and is aim
e for people at the bottom of the urban pile. It uncovers extraordinary resourcefulness, resilience and humour in the midst of some of the most extreme living condi
  Darcus Howe as he attempts to raise awareness of a disease which affects one in four black men.
 ngs to know what her life would have been like if she'd stayed and grown up there. Women, Weddings, War and Me is the intimate story of a young woman as she r
Tom Neathway who lost three limbs after moving a booby-trapped sandbag. Unconscious and watched by their families, these soldiers fight for their lives... but survi
nes to sell for school fees; Esther must care for her baby sister, and her mother who is dying of HIV/AIDS; and Obert pans for gold to make enough money to buy food
security interests in Africa". A decade later, and the US new military command for the continent, AFRICOM, is established as an autonomous body – a
 le off benefits and into work, rewarding them with multi-million pound contracts. But can an incentive driven, semi-privatised welfare system ever work?

ations all living under one roof. For two months they were filmed by cameras placed in every part of their house during the most dramatic and exciting m
which moves from the leafy Home Counties to London's immigrant communities; the dedicated officers trying to improve the rape conviction rate even w
he RenalDepartment)

me of the world's best loved toys, James May puts generations of families at the heart of some ludicrously ambitious adventures and extraordinary feats

 i first hand, Kevin decides to live, work, sleep, eat and wash there.
 eam of biologists join forces with wildlife cameramen to explore a giant extinct volcano in New Guinea, clad in thick jungle. They discover over fifty spec
 chronicled the interlinked events of a crisis that took capitalism to the brink of collapse. It also examined how the rescue of the financial system saddled
genetically predestined to develop it herself.
 ound-breaking and tender new series observes the dramatic, emotional and often funny moments that go hand in hand with bringing a new life into the
 chitectural interest which are slowly being left to rot. Luckily some of these forgotten gems are being bought by stubborn romantics who all share one d
misunderstood. With unprecedented access to all sides, this two-part series offered a unique insight into life in Gaza post Operation Cast Lead and det
 e in everything from tourist playgrounds, luxury yachts and celebrity hideaways to poverty and devastating natural disasters.
en Harris Tweed and the island industry is in terminal decline.
 ntimately and movingly records the marines’ recovery and rehabilitation from life changing physical injury as well as the mental trauma sustained in bat
 ee? Compelling, moving, shocking and often very funny, this four part series aims to define what it is to be part of a British family for a new television ge
 ores what life is like for people at the bottom of the urban pile. It uncovers extraordinary resourcefulness, resilience and humour in the midst of some of
contemporary women's lives. Generational in structure, the first film maps the ideology of women's liberation in the 1970s, the second film looks at the c
e reign of Queen Elizabeth II. Mixing dramatised scenes from behind palace doors with news archive and testimony from royal insiders, each episode w
 dle Earth re-imagines the story of the Norman Conquest, not from the saddles of kings and conquerors, but through the eyes of the ordinary men who f


 Police it focuses on the battles these women had with drug addiction and how that led them on to the streets
s. Featuring the first ever in depth interview with the ‘Family’s’ getaway driver Linda Kasabian, high end drama and rare archive, this feature length film
 e Chris Curry (Martin Freeman) is determined to challenge his crown. Their rivalry comes to a head when Chris wins a BBC competition to put a micro
 ntal landmarks in recent British history, the Good Friday Agreement.
ns. Taking her case all the way to the High Court, Brooke won the case against the House of Commons – but heartbreakingly lost the scoop
 blished after his death Tarkovsky blamed his colleagues for the mishaps that took place during the shooting of “Stalker”.“Rerberg and Tarkovsky.The R
anish influenza pandemic. Inspired by medical Officer of Health Dr James Niven’s own accounts and seamlessly integrating original archive footage fro
 in the making of the film and provided most of the recordings.
aliban appear to be back and able to strike at the very heart of the capital. Aljazeera English looks at the policies and personalities that turned a swift vic
ed to fury by what he calls the 'New Atheists', whose most vocal cheerleader is evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins.
 one of the largest bombs the Luftwaffe ever dropped on Britain. Aided by harrowing and moving eye-witness testimonies, the programme recounts the
nds of tons of bombs. Three quarters of the city centre – including the ancient cathedral – were devastated. The Nazis coined a phrase “to Coventrate”
 en entails the celebrity in question
rried on. What caused this tragedy has been embroiled in blame, mystery and conjecture ever since. This is exactly what happened with newly discove
 at during the war America used biological weapons against its citizens. The US has always denied the charge, portraying it as crude disinformation from
guably one of the most politically astute and effective monarchs of the 20th century. This programme uses documents including previously unseen lette
 scenes look at the history of British Diplomacy.
e ministry of law and order, immigration, MI5 and counter-terrorism. The film also seeks to capture the peculiar Home Office culture and DNA that has d
 ed, often unseen, in the first half of the 20th century. Using testimony and rare archive film we explore the rich heritage of children's games and songs
 onx Zoo. He was labelled as the "missing link". The film reveals it was a short step from these human zoos to the horrors of Nazi Germany as the pseu
 n him and his growing fears that the work of his unit could threaten legitimate protest.
e entire city, an outbreak of syphillis and typhoid, the first mission of the CIA and the rise of the Camorra. This feature length documentary reflects the c
 les with a daunting array of challenges on the world stage and a reeling economy at home, historian Simon Schama looks to American history to under
pplemented by archive footage. An onscreen clock ticks down the time as we see and hear the day as it unfolds from cabinet level to ordinary people at
 t’s a dystopic city. Greenery grows through ruined office blocks and car plants. Crime and arson are rife. But there's hope. Streets are being turned to a

e Stories. Escapes and Betrayals. Double lives and double dealing. Welcome back to Cold War Berlin. A nuclear flashpoint. A superpower standoff. A L
 n them, capture the novelty of war at home and as that novelty gradually turned to reality to death and loss, the home movies capture that too.
ant blend of heart-wrenching interviews, dramatic historical images, and thrilling contemporary performances by top recording artists.


 what happened when the waves hit land. This powerful and intimate film reveals what it was like to be caught up in the events that day and tells stories
 he heartbreaking reality behind the headlines as seen through the eyes of Jabar & Zahir, two 15 year old drug addicts living in Kabul.
 tas in the world. From the discovery of a giant new species to remarkable insights into manta’s secretive lives; Andrea’s findings are set to rock the wo
  exploring how creative some Brits are becoming when it comes to our cremated remains. Filmmaker David Brindley meets families who have chosen
ollows a sacred quest through the eyes of a remarkable attendant.
eping when most are getting out. As Mendes tries to save the nations's collapsing hives, the Seppi's try to keep their business alive amidst a collapsing
p private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.
 g the fifty nationalities housed there through the UK asylum dispersal policy. Filmed over a year, the Estate journeys through this ethnically diverse com
 story of low-level criminality, companionship and incompetence.
  she hangs out in glitzy nightclubs, rides off into the sunset with a sugardaddy and even gets whisked off her feet in a helicopter to Cannes. But does a
 The film focuses on the story of Robert Hill a Jamaican musician who was killed by the police in suspicious circumstances.
 bout his own attitude to shooting that leads him into the disturbing world of big game trophy hunting. From Hemingway to present day the film examines


bservational documentary revealing the emotional and physical worlds of eight middle-aged men living and working in England.
st time I’ve asked questions hoping to make peace with history.
  c of the past, the competition is still thriving and Gordon Main’s thoughtful and enjoyable film is a portrait of four young women, each with their own rea
 rifying account of one man and his family’s extraordinary courage in the face of overwhelming injustice and brutality.
  a common fear of change portrayed through Peter’s struggle to find his place in the modern world.
act and fiction collide, belief runs amok and unruly images have a life of their own.
now deep in war and turmoil, is an and poignant story of belonging and love of home.
 village, combining unusual use of archive with stunning photography and a haunting soundscape.

ublished after his death Tarkovsky blamed his colleagues for the mishaps that took place during the shooting of “Stalker”.“Rerberg and Tarkovsky.The R
ocal residents are told to stay in their homes and tape up their windows and doors. This procedure is called ‘Shelter in Place’. This film is an intimate po
prepare for Cuba's National Boxing Championship for Under-12's. But during the season, crisis strikes: Fidel Castro is taken ill, and Cuba's Olympic bo
ation on the phone to his remaining customers, Mr Scott inspires his aging workers to soldier on.
d question a society that continues to do nothing to protect them.
s in the Middle East. It reveals a very different side to Arab life. In this episode we discover a city in panic - gripped by exam fever.
o be separated by a prison sentence; and a retired couple trying to alleviate boredom with a cruise. Through these characters the film captures the trag
cle Bounmy comes home one day with another idea. They must leave the village where they’ve grown up and move to the temple filled city of Luang Pr
and feel good about himself. But as he begins to take control of his future, Tony makes extraordinary discoveries about his past. Maybe the family he’s
n Tsirk, Alexei is our guide to the school, a shabby relic of a vast Soviet circus system instituted to entertain the masses and spread propaganda. While
er tell it's story and that of it's infamous compere, unsung 'godfather of alternative comedy', Malcolm Hardee. In the words of Harry Enfield, 'If you could
 their regulation balaclavas, revealing their identities and exposing the gory details of their 'army style' interrogations and their own brand of lethal justice
y society. It’s an unsettling journey that takes Mark from the comfort of white suburbia to the poverty ridden townships where he makes an emotional dis
 t hatred thrown at him and his family Ted starts to speak out, to show the world he is not an evil man. But then his firm clamps former speaker Betty Bo
  re her younger sister would save her life.
 illing conclusion is that unless more radical steps are taken globally, including the reduction of overfishing, it will take just 50 years for the world’s ocean
 by carrying them on his tail for months, to our slow motion cameras showing the flying fish gliding through the air like a flock of birds and capture the wo
what happened and why.
 tre for themselves. The Operation: Surgery Live offers a unique insight into modern surgery by allowing viewers to interact with the operating theatre - v
 dam Wishart follows one nail-biting decision about one drug, with unprecedented access to the decision-making NICE (the National Institute for Health
 as well as those who vehemently oppose this view. By daring to ask the difficult questions, Omaar is able to explode the myths about race and IQ and r
  beginning to understand. In this documentary, Professor Jim Al-Khalili sets out to uncover one of the great mysteries of science - how does a universe
e connected in just a few steps of association, ‘six-degrees of separation’ was supposedly an urban myth. Through the film we discover it’s at the heart
vestigates the emotional oscillations of an expensive enterprise and questions the meaning and boundaries of the human spirit and our hunger for adve


 ith exclusive access to Ida, this film follows the scientists who believe she is one of the missing links in our evolutionary chain and explores the origins
d how did whales evolve from land mammals?
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  solar eclipse, in Norway he watches the Northern Lights as the night sky glows with the Sun’s energy. Beyond Earth, Brian makes contact with NASA’s
and a game park teeming with wild animals. But now it’s in crisis. Every day there are derailments, trains running out of fuel, and mechanical breakdown
 ure's most iconic heroes to the big screen.
headlines is a darker tale of mental illness, addiction and neglect.
 ffer an insight into what makes and breaks a relationship. There are revelations for the contributors too – one couple’s love is reignited and one couple
 nyone starting a career as a traffic warden can expect. But with councils generating £1 billion a year from parking tickets, is it any surprise traffic warde
 ritish jobs, and hold them responsible for the high local unemployment amongst Brits. So when local companies agree to temporarily stand down their f
 ary series that follows Eddie rising to the challenge for Sport Relief and running an astonishing 43 marathons in 51 days, covering 1166 brutal miles ar
p private investigators the task of tracking him down, using only publicly available data.
  story of low-level criminality, companionship and incompetence.
she needs to “eat less and exercise more”, but what she can’t understand is why she is unable to follow this simple advice. In this film she embarks on a
  Other mill owners want to try to save the texile - vital to their pride, culture and economy. Can they keep it alive long enough for a new generation of we
 eston, "to recreate Roald Dahl's chocolate factory." Like a child in a sweet shop, Heston is giddy at the prospect of recreating some Wonka classics an

  she hangs out in glitzy nightclubs, rides off into the sunset with a sugardaddy and even gets whisked off her feet in a helicopter to Cannes. But does a

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  e makeover if he’s to save the family business. To lead the revolution he’s appointed new Editor Rachel Johnson to tackle an established workforce an
 heep farmers Jim and Kate Beavan, grappling with the fundamentals of being a shepherdess. Sheep farmer and Countryfile presenter Adam Henson h
me of the world's best loved toys, James May puts generations of families at the heart of some ludicrously ambitious adventures and extraordinary feats
ust-see moments as Mary attempted to teach old dears new tricks: from Mary’s unforgettable clashes with feisty volunteer Brenda, to her public dressin
 ir wedding days. Gaining rare access to this fascinating and often misunderstood community, the film uses the prism of the weddings to reveal a culture

an neighbours that still surprises, seduces and shocks. Join him as he shows us our continent as we've never seen it before.
act and fiction collide, belief runs amok and unruly images have a life of their own.
 n a daily basis. In February 2010, Sky1 HD gave viewers exclusive access to the world famous dance space the largest in Europe - and captured every
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g battle for a fully funded place at 400-year-old Harrow School.
 iolent body movements and outbursts of swearing. In 2002, John took part in a follow-up film with recently diagnosed 8 year-old Greg Storey. Seven ye
droom house. Her son Frederick moves in to clear up the mess of both his mother’s house and their relationship. We find ourselves immersed in a dee
 housing estate to unite in song and create Britain’s biggest community choir?
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s Johnson and David Cameron. But how has their shared past at Eton and Oxford, where they were both members of elite drinking society the Bullingd
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obsessed by the past.
he first great Russian icon, Our Lady of Vladimir - to the masterpieces of the country's most famous icon painter, Andrei Rublev.
expect and want to see in an art gallery. An affectionate and intelligent exploration of domestic taste.

ure, with the artists since creating work for major consumer brands worldwide without ever straying from their counterculture origins.

ll weathers. It is at once the inspiring story of a homecoming, an examination of the creative process and a revealing portrait of what motivates a world-famous artis
raqi secret police, First Movie is about wonder and the power of the imagination.
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es that brought a lifelike horse to the stage. Behind the scenes and into the rehearsal room, featuring interviews with the cast and creative team , Making War Hors
uttnam, and David Bailey and he plans the first ever exhibition of his work.
pieces around them?

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y talent and stunning goodlooks made him Britain’s first modern celebrity.
The Romans brought figurative art, the Anglo-Saxons epic poetry, the Normans monumental architecture. David Dimbleby travels throughout Britain and beyond – t
r, Jeanette Winterson and Andrew Lloyd-Webber.

vilised and yet tormented man. This is Van Gogh's story in his own words.

we find art beautiful, and why beauty means so much to the human spirit.



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uction was stopped twice by Iraqi secret police,First Movie is about wonder and the power of the imagination.


onbury and Hyde Park.
d where the modern world’s materialism is rejected.

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 Fidel Castro is taken ill, and Cuba's Olympic boxing champions defect to the USA, leaving Cuba at a crossroads, and the boys contemplating a chang

d. Often full of love and dignity they depict humanity at its best and most resourceful in the face of evil. Using undiscovered audio recordings, a wealth of previously


than 36 hours from the point of injury.
by some, and an inspirational figure by others, Finkelstein is a polarizing figure whose struggles arise from core questions about freedom, identity and nationhood.




powerful warlords and businessmen for entertainment and sex.

ompanies agree to temporarily stand down their foreign employees, and replace them with the local British unemployed, will the locals prove that British



s are rarely insane and impossible to profile: they could be the person sitting next to you in class or in the office.


 by two of the principal players involved, Saif al Islam and Noman Benotman, a former commander in the LIFG.
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t of forgetting was reversed promoting the discovery and identification of victims’ bodies, polarising political opinion.



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veals what day-to-day life is like for the ordinary people of Burma.
 is the story of two young lawyers and their incredible struggle to free Tono.
restation and how the rise in the price of gold has meant that people are polluting the rivers as they seek to earn a living.

s decade-long secret life, and examines the legacy he left behind in the former Yugoslavia.
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 urage, of heartbreaking loss and miraculous survival, seen through the eyes of those who were actually there.
nt of view of 5 young people from Swindon and is aimed at everyone interested in the education system and how it is succeeding (or failing) to prepare the next gene
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COM, is established as an autonomous body – a development taken to be evidence of a solidification of the Neo-Con mindset and subordination of supp
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 ir house during the most dramatic and exciting months of their lives.
 trying to improve the rape conviction rate even when alcohol makes the evidence hard to find; and an arson investigation that crosses the line of a drug


sly ambitious adventures and extraordinary feats of engineering that fire the imagination.


 clad in thick jungle. They discover over fifty species of animal completely new to science in the five week expedition - including the largest rat in the wo
 d how the rescue of the financial system saddled us all with a legacy of debt for generations.

 go hand in hand with bringing a new life into the world, from the perspective of the soon-to-be parents, family, and hospital staff.
ought by stubborn romantics who all share one dream; they want to create a home which is totally unique. Architect George Clarke follows their journey
o life in Gaza post Operation Cast Lead and detailed what it’s like to live under the threat of terrorist attack in cities like Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, explori
ting natural disasters.

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o be part of a British family for a new television generation.
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ration in the 1970s, the second film looks at the consequences of feminism for today's mothers, and the third film is about young feminist activists now.
nd testimony from royal insiders, each episode will focus on turning points in the reign of Elizabeth II - a period of monumental social upheaval.
s, but through the eyes of the ordinary men who fought for the land they called “middle earth”.



 drama and rare archive, this feature length film chronicles the final days leading up to the notorious 1969 Tate/La Bianca murders.
hen Chris wins a BBC competition to put a micro in every school in Britain. Sinclair is furious and determines to outsell the BBC Micro with his ZX Spect

s – but heartbreakingly lost the scoop
ooting of “Stalker”.“Rerberg and Tarkovsky.The Reverse Side of “Stalker”gives everyone he blamed a chance to tell their side of the true human tragedy
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e policies and personalities that turned a swift victory into such a long war.

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ated. The Nazis coined a phrase “to Coventrate” to describe the intense destruction. It was a baptism of fire for Coventry and Britain.

his is exactly what happened with newly discovered cine material lost for 55 years and the stories from those in the firing line.
charge, portraying it as crude disinformation from a totalitarian state. But where does the truth lie? People & Power set out to investigate.
ses documents including previously unseen letters that have survived to find the truth that lies behind the enigmatic personality.

peculiar Home Office culture and DNA that has developed over the years, with special filming, archive and interviews with past present Home Secretar
the rich heritage of children's games and songs passed down from one generation of chioldren to the next.
zoos to the horrors of Nazi Germany as the pseudo science that underpinned one helped legitimise the other

a. This feature length documentary reflects the city’s character – mad, funny and yet always touched by tragedy.
mon Schama looks to American history to understand what is at stake and what the future might hold.
t unfolds from cabinet level to ordinary people at home - drawing on experiences and memories.
e. But there's hope. Streets are being turned to art. Farming is returning to the city. Is this the future for post-industrial cities?

A nuclear flashpoint. A superpower standoff. A Land of Mirrors where nothing is what it seems.
oss, the home movies capture that too.
ances by top recording artists.


 caught up in the events that day and tells stories of panic and heart-breaking loss, as well as courage and miraculous survival.
old drug addicts living in Kabul.
ve lives; Andrea’s findings are set to rock the world of marine biology.
David Brindley meets families who have chosen some of the most surprising, adventurous and unusual ways to say goodbye to their dearly departed.

 to keep their business alive amidst a collapsing economy.

state journeys through this ethnically diverse community as it prepares for and witnesses the demolition of towerblocks that thousands once called hom

off her feet in a helicopter to Cannes. But does a luxury life come with compromises?
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alled ‘Shelter in Place’. This film is an intimate portrait of a poor, disenfranchised community battling against environmental pollution and corporate pow
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up and move to the temple filled city of Luang Prabang... study hard, learn English, and maybe one day they’ll have an office job and be happy. These a
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ardee. In the words of Harry Enfield, 'If you could survive there, you could survive anywhere.'
nterrogations and their own brand of lethal justice.
den townships where he makes an emotional discovery.
But then his firm clamps former speaker Betty Boothroyd. How will Ted handle the resulting media storm?

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g viewers to interact with the operating theatre - via microblogging site Twitter as well as phone and email.
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ble to explode the myths about race and IQ and reveal what he thinks are important lessons for society.
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s and great beauty still linger here, making him conclude that it’s dangerously premature to write obituaries for the wild in Essex.
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el Johnson to tackle an established workforce and readers that don’t take kindly to even the slightest change to their beloved magazine.
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isolation, but that is passionate about dance.

 Dimbleby travels throughout Britain and beyond – to France, Italy and Turkey – in search of the greatest creations of the age.




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