Our two HBO documentaries covering the Ebola crisis have been nominated for Emmy Awards
Feature length documentary recalling the aftermath of the death of Princess Diana, by some of those closest to her at the time.
Filmmaker Billy Dosanjh celebrates 50 years of the Sikhs in his hometown of Smethwick, from their arrival in the late 1950s and early 60s to the present day.
In this three-part series for BBC Four, Suzy Klein explores the transformation of music in the 19th century. In an age of political and industrial revolution, she tells how music became the leading art form.
An in-depth look at the events of 1992, the year Her Majesty famously dubbed her `annus horribilis' in a speech delivered at London's Guildhall to mark the 40th anniversary of her Accession.
Ben Steele, `The Children who Beat Ebola,‘ Channel 4.
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The triumph and tragedy of a fighter pilot who wanted to be a woman and a medical student who longed to be a man. Together they achieved the impossible.
Secret History reveals the untold story of the tensions unleashed by the Queen's marriage to Prince Philip, when she struggled to reconcile love with the suspicions of her family and her government.
Dispatches investigates the networks supporting a wave of anti-gay laws around the world.
Hunted: The war against gays in Russia has been nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Journalism - Long-Form.