2019
My Grandparent's War

Helena Bonham Carter relates how her grandfather defied orders by helping Jewish people escape the Holocaust, while her grandmother volunteered as an air raid warden and campaigned for women's rights.

Directed by Frank Hanley

Carey Mulligan explores how her grandfather travelled thousands of miles to fight the Japanese in the final months of World War II, and lost his closest friends from a kamikaze attack at sea.

Directed by Chris Walker
Wild Pictures for Channel 4


Catching Britain's Killers:
The Crimes That Changed Us
Double Jeopardy


Exploring the ripples of one single case, this is the story of one mother’s determination to get justice for her daughter that would lead to an historic change in the law.

Directed by Karen McGann
Wall to Wall Media for BBC 2


The Cameron Years

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

Directed by Ian Leese
Produced by Denys Blakeway
Menace Productions for BBC1


Britain at Low Tide
Series 3


Tori Herridge explores extraordinary stories from Britain's extraordinary maritime, industrial and natural history, which are revealed when the tide goes out.

Directed by Michael Waterhouse
Tern Television for Channel 4


Who Do You Think You Are?
Series 16: Katherine Ryan & Paul Merton


Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan’s family history leads her from colonial Nova Scotia and Newfoundland to her English roots in Dorset.

Directed by Ben Southwell

Paul Merton traces the life of his maternal grandfather and discovers that he was involved in some of the key events that led to Irish independence in the 1920s.

Directed by Francis Welch
Wall to Wall for BBC1

Fake or Fortune
Series 8 
A Venetian View
De Chirico


Journalist Fiona Bruce teams up with art expert Philip Mould to investigate mysteries behind paintings.

Directed by Rachel Jardine
BBC Studios for BBC1


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 lifeline for people who are desperate to find long-lost relatives.

Directed by Clare Bradbury, Susie Attwood, Claire Lewis & Mark Usher
Wall to Wall for ITV1


Victorian Sensations
Decadence and Degeneration


Actor Paul McGann discovers how fears of moral and imperial decline terrified 1890s Britain - informing the daring plays of Oscar Wilde and the fantastical stories of HG Wells.

Directed by Matt Thomas
BBC Studios for BBC4


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Sports Stars


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

Directed by David Vincent
72 Films for BBC2
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