2005
Map Man

Scottish BAFTA Nomination: Best Documentary

Following Nick Crane all over the UK in all weathers in search of a good map.

Directed by Michael Waterhouse
Tern Television for BBC 2
6 x 30 min / Digi Beta

Soul Deep: The Story of Black Popular Music: Ain't it Funky

One programme in the major series on Soul music, this film chronicles the impact of Funk with insights from James Brown, The Family Stone, George Clinton and Bootsy Collins and others.

Directed by Alastair Laurence
BBC Bristol for BBC 2 and BBC 4
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Extraordinary Families:
A Mother's Story

RTS NW Winner: Best Documentary

This film reveals the challenges of raising two young children for Catherine who suffers from Ushers Syndrome and her husband who is profoundly deaf.

Directed by Jane Treays
Granada Television for Channel 4
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Extraordinary Families:
The Seven Wives of Alexander Spencer

Six jilted wives go on the trail of their serial bigamist husband.

Directed by Jane Treays
Granada Television for Channel 4
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Extraordinary Families:
And Baby Makes... 11

Big family life inside a small council house on the edge of Dartmoor.

Directed by Jane Treays
Granada Television for Channel 4
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Dispatches: Barrack Room Bullies

BAFTA Nomination: Factual Photography

Through dramatic reconstruction and interviews his film explores allegations of institutional bullying within the army.

Directed by Harvey Lilley
Quickfire Media for Channel 4
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Rameses: Death of The First Born

Following Dr Kent Weeks into the "lost Tomb"; the greatest discovery at the Valley of the Kings since Tutankhamun.

Directed by Mark Aldridge
Atlantic Productions for Discovery Channel and Channel 5
1 x 90 min / Digi Beta

Real Wife Swaps

Swinging in suburbia...

Directed by Jeremy Williams and Rachel Bliss

Landmark Films for Channel 5
2 x 60 min / Digi Beta

Horizon: Living with ADHD

A portrait of a family diagnosed with the neurological condition ADHD.

Directed by Alicky Sussman
BBC Science for BBC 2
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta
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