2023 - Current
My Grandparents’ War - Series 2

Kit Harrington, Toby Jones and Keira Knightly unravel the complex, personal stories of their grandparents’s wartime experience.

Directed by Frank Hanly Wonderhood for
Channel 4
3 x 46 min

The Loch Ness Monster (w/t)

Told through the voices of the people who were involved this series looks at the legends, the science and the social context behind Scotland’s greatest enduring myth.

Directed by Stephen Finnigan
Two Rivers for Channel Five & Paramount
3 x 60 min

India 1947: Partition In Colour

75 years on from one of the 20th century’s greatest catastrophes this two-part series tells the story of the personal rivalries between the key players at the centre of partition and what impact their relationships had on this momentous event.

Directed by Laura Nash Optomen for Channel 4
2 x 46 min

Banged Up Abroad

An episode in this tense, dramatic crime series - a story of the sleazier side of ex-pat life in Goa and things going badly wrong.

Directed by Ben Reid Raw for Nat Geo

Agatha Christie (w/t)

Lucy Worsley shares her research on the writer’s personal letters and papers and uncovers the real Agatha Christie - the story of the person who, despite the obstacles of class and gender, became an astonishingly successful working woman.

Directed by Rachel Jardine and Ed Moriarty BBC Studios for BBC 2
2 x 60 min

Union with David Olusoga (w/t)

This five-part landmark series seeks to bring a timely understanding of the history lying beneath the fault lines of contemporary Britain.

Directed by Susie Painter Uplands Television for BBC 2
5 x 60 min

The Real Mo Farah

The revelatory story behind Mo’s true identity - the journey he made from Somaliland as a young boy, his unhappy years at school here and the subsequent leap that led him to winning gold at the Olympics.

Directed by Leo Burley
BBC & Red Bull Studios for BBC 1

The Crown Jewels

In the Platinum Jubilee year Clive Marie examines the highly prized objects and glittering stones that symbolise the Queen’s rule and reveal the complicated story of our Island’s history.

Directed by Harvey Lilley Atlantic Productions for BBC 1

Monty Don’s Adriatic Gardens

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

Produced by Alexandra Henderson AHA 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

Gold Rush

The story of the build up to the 2012 Olympics told be the athletes, organisers and politicians as they reflect back on that fleeting moment of national glory.

Directed by Stephen Finnigan BBC Studios for BBC 1
4 x 60min

Lucy Worsley’s Blitz

Based on the diaries of five Londoners living through the Blitz, Lucy Worsley debunks the myths and gets closer to the reality of what it was really like in this dramatised series.

Directed by Emma Frank
Brook Lapping for BBC 1

Long Lost Family - Born Without a Trace series 2

More extraordinary and moving stories of babies abandoned decades ago finally reunited with their birth family.

Directed by Rosie Schellenberg
Wall to Wall Media for ITV 1

Who Do You Think You Are? - Series 17

Comedian Joe Lycett goes against the grain tracking down his ancestors.

Directed by David Vincent
Wall to Wall Media for BBC 1

Secret Cities

What lies beneath - the less explored London and Berlin revealed.

Directed by Duncan Bulling
Bigger Bang Productions for the Smithsonian Channel

Scandal and Beauty : Mark Gatiss on Aubrey Beardsley

Mark Gatiss explores the life and career of an artist outrageously adroit as his pen. Mark shows how Beardsley was a technological innovator whose uncompromising attitude still feels remarkably modern.

Directed by Matt Thomas
Academy 7 for BBC 4

Monty Don's American Gardens

From New York through the deep south, prairie and desert to the west coast Monty crosses the American continent learning about the history and culture of the people he meets and their gardens, occasionally lending a hand.

Directed by Alexandra Henderson
AHA for BBC 2
A Berry Royal Christmas

Offering a unique look into the charities that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge support, Mary Berry accompanies them on their visits meeting inspiring people who's lives have been changed.

Directed by Lana Salah
Shine for BBC 1

My Grandparents' War

Kristen Scott Thomas uncovers the story of how her grandfather saved thousands of lives at Dunkirk and went on to endure what Churchill called "the worst journey in the world".
And Helena Bonham Carter relates how her grandfather defied orders by helping Jewish families escape the Holocaust while her grandmother volunteered as an air raid warden and campaigned for women's rights.

Directed by Laura Nash & Frank Hanley
Wild Pictures for Channel Four

Charles : Fifty Years A Prince

A celebration of Wales through the eyes of the Prince who has made the role his own over fifty years.

Directed by Marion Milne
Yeti for ITV 1

The Cameron Years

For the first time the former Prime Minister speaks candidly about his memoirs and his time in power.

Directed by Denys Blakeway & Ian Lease
Menace Productions for BBC 1

Long Lost Family - Series 9

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell present the documentary series which aims to reunite family members after years of separation and offers a life-line for people desperate to trace long lost relatives.

Directed by Clare Bradbury & Mark Usher
Wall to Wall Media for ITV 1

Thatcher : A Very British Revolution : Enemies - BAFTA nominated 2020

The irresistible rise and dramatic downfall of the Iron Lady - her inner circle reveal how a political outsider won power and dominated British life through a turbulent decade.

Directed by Stephen Finnigan
BBC Studios for BBC 2

Monty Don's Japanese Gardens

Monty immerses himself in all things Japanese learning, through the changing seasons how climate, art & philosophy have shaped Japanese garden design.

Directed by Alexandra Henderson
Lion Television for BBC 2

Catching Britain's Killers : The Crimes That Changed Us

A series looking at three notorious crimes in recent history and their subsequent court cases that changed criminal law & legal history forever.

Directed by Emma Frank & Karen McGann 3 x 60 mins
Wall to Wall Media for BBC 2

Icons : Sports Stars

Celebrating the achievements of the greatest figures of the 20th century. Clare Balding explores the legacies of sports stars Pele, Muhammad Ali, Billie Jean King and Tanni Grey-Thompson.

Directed by David Vincent
72 Films for BBC2

Britain At Low Tide - Series 3

Tori Herridge explores more of Britain's coastline revealing intriguing industrial and maritime history when the tide goes out.

Directed by Michael Waterhouse
Tern Television for Channel Four

The Next Pompeii?

Naples is a beautiful, vibrant city - it is also a dangerous place to live. This film for Nova investigates what lies beneath.

Directed by Duncan Bulling 
Lion Television for Nova

Cricket Fever

An eight-part Netflix co-production following Mumbai’s home cricket team as they attempt to win the Indian Premier League for a record fourth time.

Directed by Jeremy Finn 
Conde-Nast for Netflix
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