Horizon: Miracle Cure? A decade of the Human Genome

Following three people, each with a genetic disease, as they go behind the scenes at some of Britain's research labs to find out what the sequencing of the human genome has done for them - & the hope this remarkable discovery offers all of us.

Directed by Dan Walker
BBC Vision for BBC 2

The Genius of British Art

In a series that sets out to demonstrate how British art has forged & shaped British identity, Sir Roy Strong argues that, from Constable to Hockney, landscape artists have reflected a vision of England on the cusp of change. It is nothing less than this country's greatest contribution to western art.

Directed by Lucy Swingler
Oxford Film & Television for Channel 4

Spitfire Women

The incredible story of an exclusive wartime sisterhood: a group of courageous women, who in exceptionally dangerous circumstances, flew Spitfires, Hurricanes & Lancasters to the frontline of WW2

Directed by Harvey Lilley
Love for BBC 4 & BBC 2

WW1: Finding the Lost Battalions

In an astonishing discovery, the bodies of 250 First World War soldiers were found in 6 un-marked mass graves in Fromelles, a tiny village in Northern France. The search is on to reveal these men's identities & give them the military burial they never had when they fell 90 years ago.

Directed by Harvey Lilley & Janis Sutherland
Darlow Smithson for Channel 4

History Cold Case

Following the work of world-renowned Professor Sue Black & her team at the Centre for Anatomy & Human Identification at the University of Dundee. Remarkable stories of everyday people from distant ages are painstakingly reconstructed, along with their faces, which haven't been seen for hundreds, or in some cases, thousands of years.

Directed by Harvey Lilley & Neil Ferguson
Shine for BBC 2

Who Do You Think You Are? Series 7
Rupert Penry-Jones

Actor Rupert Penry-Jones travels to Italy & India to trace his family roots.

Directed by Kate Scholefield
Wall to Wall for BBC 1

The Secret Life of... Chickens

Farmer Jimmy Doherty's quest to find out more about the hidden lives of the farmyard animals
that we take for granted.

Directed by Ishbell Hall
BBC Scotland for BBC 2

Kerry and Me

A candid portrait that goes behind the media hype & paparazzi pictures to provide an intimate look at Kerry's pursuit of fame, against a backdrop of the breakdown of her second marriage.

Directed by Lynn Alleway
North One for Channel 4


The concluding part of Vanessa Engle's series looks at a small group of passionate & committed young feminist activists who believe that the need for feminist politics is now more urgent than ever.

Directed by Vanessa Engle
BBC Vision for BBC 4


A great admirer of British crafts, Monty Don presents a new series celebrating the Nation's craftsmanship & the recent renaissance in traditional crafts.

Directed by Chris Mitchell, James Dawson & Emma Walsh
Ricochet Films for BBC 2

My child won't speak

Following three girls who have a strange & isolating condition called selective mutism rendering them speechless in the company of anyone outside their immediate family.

Directed by Barnaby Peel
Landmark Films for BBC 1

Empire of the Seas

Historian Dan Snow charts the defining role The Royal Navy played in Britain's struggle for modernity - a grand tale of the twists & turns which thrust the people of the British Isles into an indelible relationship with the sea & ships.

Directed by Steven Clarke, Paul Tilzey & Rosie Schellenberg
BBC Vision for BBC 1
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