The Queen’s Green Planet

Featuring a unique conversation between the Queen and Sir David Attenborough as they walk in the garden at Buckingham Palace this film explores the ambition of a new initiative - a vast network of native forests across Britain and the Commonwealth countries, protected in the Queen’s name.

Directed by Jane Treays
INT Productions for ITV

Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens

Monty travels to the Adriatic coast, exploring gardens in Venice, Croatia and Greece.

Produced by Alexandra Henderson for BBC 2
3 x 60min

Lucy Worsley Investigates

Lucy unravels the mysteries of some of the most infamous and brutal chapters in British history, finding new witnesses and compelling evidence.

Directed by Emma Frank, Craig Collinson
BBC Studios for BBC 2
4 x 60min

Who Do You Think You Are?
Robert Rinder

Robert Rinder follows the story of his grandfather a Holocaust survivor. Travelling to the town in Poland where he was born, Robert hears first-hand testimony of the horrors of forced labour camps as well as the hope of a new life in Britain.

Directed by David Vincent
Wall to Wall Media for BBC 1

The Big C

Sally, a mother of five hopes that a stem cell transplant will finally end her ten year battle with cancer. But with her body exhausted from years of treatment, it is a procedure that brings huge risks.

Directed by Kate Scholefield
Keo Films for BBC1

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