• Timeshift

    (2002)

    Documentary series which ranges widely over Britain’s social and cultural history, its narrative-led storytelling offering a richly immersive and varied window onto the past

  • Catching Milat

    (2015)

    The true story of how the NSW Police Taskforce Air, and in particular Detective Paul Gordon, tracked down and caught Ivan Milat – the man responsible for the infamous Backpacker Murders in Australia’s Belanglo State Forest from 1990 onwards. Set against a backdrop of a public alarm, high level government pressure and an international press demanding a result, Catching Milat is a pacy, psychological thriller.

  • My Million Dollar Invention

    (2015)

    What was Edison’s questionable role in the development of the electric chair? Which household utensil came from the mind of a prisoner? How was the Maclaren baby buggy inspired by a fighter plane? Behind many million-dollar inventions are priceless stories of inspiration, controversy, triumph, and tragedy. Explore inventions large and small, lifesaving and life-taking, scary and playful, and meet the men and women who dedicated, and often risked, their lives to follow their vision and ultimately change the world.

  • American Genius

    (2015)

    Behind every great genius was a great rival – an unstoppable adversary whose incredible vision, determination, and ambition is their match. Out of their struggles came the world’s most brilliant inventions, the spoils of the heated battle between competitors.

  • Making a Murderer

    (2015)

    Filmed over 10 years, this real-life thriller follows a DNA exoneree who, while exposing police corruption, becomes a suspect in a grisly new crime.

  • Back in Time for Dinner

    (2015)

    This series has challenged one British family to dine through the decades, lifting the cooking pot lid on how eating habits for UK households have changed dramatically since World War II. For two-and-a-half months last summer, the Robshaw family rolled back the years to find out exactly how they would have eaten as a family living in each of the post-war decades in the 20th century. The results, to be screened later this month on BBC2’s Back in Time for Dinner programme, were fascinating – if not occasionally stomach churning. Stepping into a different dining room for each decade, the Robshaws – dad Brandon, mum Rochelle and children Miranda, 17; Rosalind, 15 and Fred 10 – lived through how menus have changed.

  • Animals in Love

    (2015)

    Liz Bonnin sets out to explore how animals meet, mate and in some cases form lifelong relationships, shining a light on the extraordinary emotions that it seems animals are capable of.

  • Sinatra: All or Nothing at All

    (2015)

    SINATRA: ALL OR NOTHING AT ALL is an HBO Documentary Films presentation of a Jigsaw Production in association with Alcon Television Group and The Kennedy-Marshall Company; executive producers, Charles Pignone, Frank Marshall, Alex Gibney and Blair Foster; executive producers for Alcon Television, Andrew Kosove, Broderick Johnson and Sharon Hall; producers, Jeff Pollack, Erin Edeiken and Sam Pollard; editors, Sam Pollard, Ben Sozanski and Anoosh Tertzakian.

  • Very British Problems

    (2015)

    Twitter feed Very British Problems is adapted for television. The show features different famous faces talking about the crushing weirdness and awkwardness of life as a Brit.

  • Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough

    (2015)

    Following his visit to the Great Barrier Reef in 1957, naturalist and broadcaster David Attenborough returns and uses the latest filming techniques to unlock the secrets of the natural wonder.