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Tina is the ultimate celebration of a global superstar and an intimate portrait of a woman who overcame extreme adversity to define her career, her identity and her legacy on her own terms.
Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein's Shadow
The docu-series investigates the powerful, connected, and mysterious Ghislaine Maxwell, who was once the heiress to the Maxwell fortune but whose life is rocked by a series of scandals and accusations when she meets Jeffrey Epstein, the serial sex offender.
Some of the biggest criminal players come forward to help tell the story of the 1980s drug boom that turned drug dealing into a billion-pound business and changed Britain forever.
Chernobyl: The Lost Tapes
The story of Chernobyl told through a newly discovered hoard of dramatic footage filmed at the nuclear plant during the disaster and deeply personal interviews of those who were there, directed by Emmy Award-winner and Russian-speaker James Jones.
The Devil’s Advocate tells the epic, stranger-than-fiction tale of flamboyant international movie mogul and businessman turned criminal defence lawyer, Giovanni di Stefano who came to represent some of the most famous criminals, including Harold Shipman and Saddam Hussein.
Mother Teresa: For the Love of God?
Mother Teresa: For the Love of God? takes viewers on a remarkable ride through the twists and turns of an improbable life, revealing the extraordinary truth about one of the most recognised yet enigmatic, controversial, and complex figures in contemporary history.
The Man Who Bought Cricket
In 2008, a Texan billionaire called Allen Stanford flew into Lord’s cricket ground carrying $20 million in cash. He was to revitalise the game, attracting new fans from around the globe. This tale of sex, crime and cricket, ends with Stanford being sent to prison for 110 years, having stolen $7 billion dollars running the 2nd biggest Ponzi scheme of all time.
At the height of the Covid pandemic in April 2021, owners and executives of the 12 most powerful clubs in world football attempted a bullish and brazen power grab. Years of secret talks culminated in a seismic late-night announcement - these dozen rivals were joining forces and breaking away from centuries of sporting tradition to launch a brand-new competition.
Premiering on World AIDS Day, Positive is a three-part series that uses intimate testimony from some of the earliest HIV patients and real-life heroes to tell the tragedies and triumphs of Britain’s 40-year battle with HIV.
Queen of Speed
Queen of Speed tells the incredible story of French rally driver Michèle Mouton's battle to rise to the top of the male-dominated world of rallying in the 70s and 80s.
Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw
With insider testimony from those who knew him and unseen archive footage, Michael X: Hustler, Revolutionary, Outlaw provides a chance to re-evaluate this divisive historical figure who spent the end of his days on death row until he was eventually executed by signed order of the Queen.
Shark with Steve Backshall is a revelatory series that celebrates the wonder of sharks and dispels the myth that they are nothing more than cold-blooded killers. Naturalist and shark expert Steve Backshall gets us closer to sharks to encounter a diverse and incredible family of more than 400 different types.
Gangs of Baboon Falls
Meet three competing troops of Chacma Baboons as they squabble over food and battle for territory around Victoria Falls, on the border of Zimbabwe and Zambia.
How does a sperm whale hunt using sound alone? How do elephants hear through their feet? Join biologist Patrick Aryee as he exposes the mysteries behind the world's weirdest animals.
Wild Animal Babies
Biologist and wildlife filmmaker Patrick Aryee presents as he explores the fascinating first steps that animal babies take in those often-challenging formative moments.
Gangs of Lemur Island
A fascinating natural history docu-soap following the lives of four rival gangs of lemurs in one of their last wild sanctuaries on the planet - the Berenty Reserve in southern Madagascar.
The UnXplained with William Shatner
The Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor explores the facts behind the world's most fascinating, strange and inexplicable mysteries.
This three-part documentary will chip away at the bronzed and marbled image of America’s first President and bring to life the man whose name is known to all, but whose epic story is understood by few.
Secret Wars Uncovered
Digging deep into the archives and quizzing experts and journalists on the histories, this series takes the audience through some of the most controversial, covered up and shocking military operations since WWII.
Forged In Fire: Beat The Judges
Former Army Ranger Wil Willis hosts the competition series that sees four master bladesmiths challenged in each episode to forge the swords, which are then tested by a panel of judges.
The Curse Of Oak Island: Specials
Brand new standalone special episodes give new and existing viewers a crash course into some of the biggest mysteries of Oak Island.
Ancient Superstructures reveals the secrets behind ancient marvels that are among the most studied and scrutinised monuments in the world and yet still remain shrouded in mystery.
Using forensic testing and experimental archaeology, Treasures Decoded unlocks secrets that have remained hidden for centuries.
Secrets In The Ice
Secrets in the Ice goes to the most remote, cold and inhospitable places on the planet to reveal great mysteries that were once frozen in time.
Lost Gold of WWII
A dedicated group of investigators are resurrecting the dangerous search for the Yamashita Treasure using cutting-edge technology in pursuit of the truth and unimaginable wealth.
This series follows two friends, vintage food expert Old Smokey and collector Josh Macuga, on a quest to uncover, unbox and eat the oldest, most nostalgic and shocking foods to have survived history.
Murder in the Valleys
Over four parts, Murder in the Valleys tells the story behind the biggest murder investigation in Welsh history and its enduring repercussions.
Murder at the Cottage
A close look at the brutal murder of French filmmaker Sophie Toscan du Plantier in West Cork in 1996.
The Bambers: Murder at the Farm
On 7th August 1985, local police entered a secluded Essex farmhouse to find five dead bodies —a young mother Sheila Caffell, her twin sons, and her parents. Sheila's brother was convicted for all five murders but for the past 35 years he has been maintaining his innocence.
Death on the Beach
The paradise island of Koh Tao exploded into public view in 2014, after the murder of two young British backpackers Hannah Witheridge and David Miller. Several other young British backpackers have also died on the island, many under suspicious circumstances.
The Real Manhunter
Fascinating eight-part series following Ex-Detective, Senior Investigating Officer Colin Sutton as he revisits the locations of various important cases and reveals how they were solved.