Britain's Racist Election: Britainâ€™s Racist Election reveals what happened when a small British town gained national and international notoriety following the unprecedented culture collision between immigrants and the white community at the start of the era of mass immigration.
Vengeance of an Assassin: Panna Rittikrai's final film sees a betrayed Assassin take his revenge.
When an ordinary woman is exposed to a unique mix of chemicals, she begins to uncontrollably physically shrink.
BEE STING is a horror-comedy based on the graphic novel by Matthew D. Smith and Jeremy Massie. Four teens spending the summer as camp counselors are thrust into danger with a bunch of Redneck Cannibals all because of a bee sting.
Richard III: The Princes in the Tower: The story of the disappearance of Edward V and his brother Richard Duke of York.
An atheist sues god after losing his shop in an earthquake.
After a drunken spree on a cruise ship, two women discover that they're pregnant, and set out to find who the fathers are.
Aidan The Rarest Boy In The World: Documentary focusing on Aidan Smith, a boy with an extremely rare condition characterised by lumps and growths covering a large percentage of his body. The programme follows Aidan's progress and that of his parents as they learn that he suffers from Cloves syndrome, a genetic disorder with fewer than 130 cases diagnosed worldwide to date.
Selling Off Britain: Will Hutton argues that selling off Britainâ€™s best companies for quick profits has created a dumbed-down, low-wage Britain, and that we must act quickly for the UK to remain a wealthy nation
Discovery Channel Last Frontiersmen: Deep in the Rocky Mountains, a few wildmen have left the 21st century behind to live like the first explorers of America. ...
L.A.'s Chinatown is disrupted by the cross-town rivalry between two kickboxing clubs, as the competitive sport is catapulted from the ring of a gymnasium to a ring of fire.
A serial killer is purposely released from an asylum for the criminally insane so that he can continue his rampage.
Tom Felton Meets the Superfans: Tom Felton, who played the villainous Draco Malfoy in Harry Potter, meets some of the world's most committed and outlandish superfans.
The Lancaster Britains Flying Past: John Sergeant finds out more about the Avro Lancaster bomber which was at the centre of nearly every important British aeronautical mission of the Second World War. The shoe also brings together seven former crewmen, who remember being in cramped conditions at heights of 20,000ft for hours at a time, where the temperature often fell to around minus 40C.
Things We Wont Say About Race That Are True: British documentary on race in the modern world.
Michael Ransom's Vietnam squad leader, Vic Jenkins, is captured by terrorists demanding ten million...
Who Murdered Maxine: Twenty-one people were murdered when terrorists blew up two Birmingham pubs on the same night almost 40 years ago. The question, 'who bombed Birmingham?' remains unanswered. Today the family of one of the victims asks a much simpler question, 'who's still looking for them?' Our cameras have been following the twists and turns of their campaign all year.
The services of shark killer Ace Hunter have been engaged by his brother Jake, the head of a West Coast crime ring...
Abner Hale, a rigid and humorless New England missionary, marries the beautiful Jerusha Bromley and takes her to the exotic island kingdom of Hawaii...
Fair Cop: A Century of British Policewomen: With 2015 marking the 100th anniversary of the first British policewoman being given the power of arrest, this film takes us through the remarkable history of 100 years of Britain's female police force.
St Helena: An End to Isolation: St Helena is preparing for its new airport to receive its first flights. Our World meets St Helenians to discover how they feel about the end to their isolation.
Scotland's Art Revolution: The Maverick Generation: 'Scotland's Art Revolution: The Maverick Generation' taking a in-depth look at the Art revolution in Scotland and it's celebration in a new exhibition that has just recently opened there.
Ane's life turns around when, week after week, she receives a bunch of flowers at home. Always at the same time and always without a senders note.
I Believe in UFOs: Danny Dyer: Danny Dyer goes on a quest to spot a UFO, spurred on by a meeting with his boyhood hero Sir Patrick Moore. Danny examines reported UFO landing sites and the sinister evidence that aliens may have been conducting scientific experiments here in Britain.