2007
One Life: Mr and Mrs bin Laden

The story behind the headlines of the unlikely relationship between a Cheshire housewife and Omah bin Laden, son of Osama bin Laden.

Directed by Lynn Alleway
Century Films for BBC 1
1 x 40 min / Digi-Beta

Who Do You Think You Are? Matthew Pinsent

More observational genealogical journeying into the past with Olympic rower Matthew Pinsent.

Directed by Sarah Feltes
wall to wall media for BBC 1
1 x 60 min / Hi-Def

One Life: The Brick in The Wall Kids

30 years on, some of the children who took part in the controvercial Pink Floyd song reflect upon the impact of the record on their lives then and are re-united with their maverick music teacher.

Directed by Hannah Berryman
Silver River Productions for BBC 1
1 x 40 min / Digi-Beta

Great British Journeys
Scottish BAFTA Nominated: Best Documentary Series)

Geographer & writer Nicholas Crane embarks on a topographical and literary exploration of the British Isles, from the 12th through to the 20th century.

Directed by Michael Waterhouse, Will Aspinall & Ishbel Hall
Tern Television for BBC 2
series of 8 x 60 min / Hi-Def

Seven Ages of Rock: Blank Generation

Some of the main players in the 1970's Punk explosion give their perspective on the 30 year old phenonomen.
Directed by Alastair Laurence
BBC Bristol for BBC 2
1 of 7 x 60 min / Digi-Beta

Three Minute Wonder: Little worlds

Three short films about the secret lives of dolls houses.
Directed by Sally Hewitt
Firefly Films for Channel 4
3 of 4 x 3 min / Digi-Beta

A Child's Life:
The Smallest People In The World

RTS Regional Nomination: Best Documentary Series

A moving story of 5 remarkable American children who are Primordial Dwarfs, the smallest & rarest type of dwarf in the world.

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

A Child's Life:
Aged 12, And Looking After The Family

A film exploring the heavy responsibility placed on children caring for an ill or disabled parent.

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

A Child's Life:
Why did Dad choose to die?

Following the lives of 3 families, coming to terms with the suicides of their fathers, battling with the often overwhelming & complex emotions of grief, anger & regret.

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

Surviving The Falklands

Simon Weston meets with fellow Falkland's veterans to reflect upon the personal impact of the war 25 years on.

Directed by Melissa Blackburn
Touch Productions for BBC Wales
1 x 60 min / DSR

Hidden Lives: 3 in a bed

Threesomes: humdrum reality rather than erotic fantasy.

Directed by Rachel Bliss
Landmark Films for Channel 5
1 x 60 min / Digi Beta

The Edwardian Larder

Charting the rise of brands such as Marmite, Perrier & Cadbury's it fortifies the notion that "then" was the birth of "now".

Directed by Rachel Jardine
BBC Bristol for BBC 4
1 x 60 min / DSR

Timewatch: The Wave that destroyed Atlantis

Recent evidence gathered by some of the world's leading tsunami experts provokes a dramatic rethink of what happened to Europe's first civilization.

Directed by Harvey Lilley
Quickfire Media for BBC2 & Discovery Channel
1 x 60 min / Hi Def

The Hunt for Middle England

Actor Chris Addison goes in search of the elusive Shire with the help of a map.

Directed by Colette Camden
Oxford Film and TV for BBC 2 and 4.
1 x 90 min / Digi-beta
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