2011
Town with Nicholas Crane

Nicholas Crane celebrates the forgotten world of the British town, smaller than a city, more intimate, more surprising...

Directed by Steven Clarke & Ishbel Hall
Tern Television for BBC 2
4 x 60 min / Hi Def

Who Do You Think You Are? June Brown

The EastEnder's star, Dot Cotton, traces her Jewish roots back to the 17th century & North Africa.

Directed by Sarah Feltes
Wall to Wall for BBC 2
1 x 60 min / Hi Def

History Cold Case 2

More of the history series which sees skeletons of everyday people from across the ages analysed in staggering detail, opening new windows on the history of our forebears.

Directed by John Lonsdale
Shine for BBC 2
4 x 60 min / Hi Def

Made in Britain

Evan Davies asks how can Britain stay ahead of its competitors in the global economy? He visits China to investigate how British branding and marketing expertise is faring in this new and booming market.

Directed by Jon Stephens
BBC Vision for BBC 2
1 x 60 min / Hi Def

Egypt's Lost Cities

A showcase film following the pioneering work of archeologist Dr Sarah Parcak, who uses satellite imagery to probe beneath the sands of Egypt, in her search for lost cities, temples & even pyramids.

Directed by Harvey Lilley
BBC Wales for BBC 1
1 x 90 min / Hi Def

Fix My Family

An observational film following the work of a charity set up to save children from the trauma of being separated from their parents & taken into care.

Directed by Emma Loach
CTVC for BBC 2
1 x 60 min / DV cam

The Brain: A secret history

Dr Michael Moseley explores the brutal history of experimental psychology. He traces the sinister ways this science has been used to control our minds & how experiments on abnormal brains can reveal the workings of a normal brain.

Directed by Alicky Sussman & Alex Steinitz
BBC Vision for BBC 4
2 x 60 min / DV cam

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