3 x 60 and 5 x 60 BBC Two

James May is on a mission to save modern man. A generation ago men were resourceful, practical and dependable band of brothers. Not any more. James leads a team of lost male souls on the invigorating path to enlightenment. Man Lab has already been sold to 138 countries around the world.

Inside Death Row and Women Behind Bars with Trevor McDonald

2 x 60 and 2 x 60 for ITV

Inside the dark and forbidding world of Indiana State Prison. With unprecendented access to those facing execution and the 1900 men serving life inside its walls. The experience Sir Trevor notes ‘will stay with me for the rest of my life’.

Following on from his experience on death row comes two films where the legendary broadcaster meets some of America’s most violent and notorious women criminals. Sir Trevor visits two prisons in the State of Indiana with shocking consequences.


3 x 60 for Channel 4

The majority of over 65s have been forced to retire, but it doesn’t mean they don’t still have skills and experience. From catering to gardening, DIY to hairdressing, Mary Portas is searching far and wide to recruit an army of old people who may have been cast aside by society, but still have much to offer. As the agency finds new job opportunities, does this army of pensioners still have what it takes to make it in the modern world whilst delivering the lost service, skills and business etiquette of yesteryear?

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces

Series 1 - 4 for Channel 4

George Clarke explores the extraordinary world of small builds, where people turn tiny spaces into the most incredible places to live, work and play. He even tries making one of his own.

Currently filming series 3 & 4 for Channel Four.

The Danish version of amazing spaces is now in production.

Hugh Laurie: Copper Bottom Blues

1 x 60 for ITV

When a very young Hugh Laurie heard Professor Longhair’s seminal album Live on the Queen Mary recorded in 1975, it changed his life. Now a musician in his own right he takes us on a road trip across America which climax’s in one very special night onboard that legendary ship.


6 x 30 for BBC TWO

Plum brings a completely new and mesmerising talent to the cooking world. Cordon Bleu trained Rachel Khoo is Croydon born but lives in Paris. From her tiny but charming little flat she produces some wonderful twists on classic French food.


30 x 30 for Channel 4

A brand new 30 episode cookery quiz format for Channel 4 presented by chef Simon Rimmer. Two teams answer questions to win good or bad ingredients. Whatever the teams end up with they have to cook a dish using all the ingredients and hope it’s good enough to win.


6 x 30 for BBC ONE

Ronnie Corbett shows just how potty the British public are about their pets. He takes viewers into a colourful, entertaining and sometimes downright bizarre world where pet owners and breeders put their beloved animals centre stage.


3 x 60 for ITV

Sir Trevor McDonald takes an unforgettable adventure down the most historic and epic river in the US. At 2320 miles long the mighty Mississippi is the perfect prism through which to tell the story of America.

Madeley Meets
the Squatters

1 x 60 for ITV

Squatters are often portrayed as anti-social, drug-taking freeloaders, who contribute nothing to society. But is that really the case? Richard Madeley is on a mission to meet Britain’s squatters, to see what their lives are really like and find out why they squat.

Can Eating Insects Save the World?

1 x 60 for BBC FOUR

Stefan Gates immerses himself in the extraordinary world of hardcore insect eating as he discovers that insects aren’t just healthy, they might be able to help save our planet. Stefan goes on a food adventure to meet the people in Thailand and Cambodia who hunt, eat and sell edible bugs for a living.


1 x 60 for Channel 4

Gok Wan travels through his ancestral homeland of China to reveal the sheer scale, ingenuity and variety of its manufacturing explosion.

James May’s Toy Stories

6 x 60 and 4 x 60
Specials for BBC TWO.

In this BAFTA nominated and Guinness world record-breaking hit series, James May takes some of Britain’s best-loved toys and puts generations of families at the heart of some ambitious toy adventures. Along the way he builds a full-size Lego house out of three and half million bricks, wins the People’s Choice award at the Chelsea Flower Show for his Plasticine garden, and constructs a 75ft bridge made entirely out of Meccano. Toy Stories has been sold to 126 countries around the world.

Portillo on Picasso

1 x 60 for ITV

Michael Portillo explores the Spanish side of Picasso, the works he produced and the compelling character of the great master. He studies the legendary political canvas, Guernica, which details the Spanish civil war, without which Michael’s family would have a very different story.

Going Wild with the Joneses

1 x 60 for Sky 1

Steve Jones travels with his brothers and father to one of the most inhospitable terrains on earth – the Kalahari Desert. The Jones boys will have to pull their weight amongst the Bushmen of the Kalahari for a week as they hunt, kill and eat wild animals, build fires, dance and sleep under the stars and brave the San’s Bushmen’s traditional dress.

Coke Zero Presents:

4 x 60 for SKY1

Wayne Rooney returns with an even bigger competition that pits some of Britain’s best street footballers against each other in a series of public, skills-based challenges.

The Secret Caribbean
and Mediterranean
with Trevor McDonald

3 x 60 and 4 x 60 for ITV

In these two epic series Sir Trevor McDonald leaves the tourist trail and embarks on an incredible journey of discovery experiencing the contrasting people, places and cultures of both the Caribbean and Mediterranean.


1 x 60 for Sky

A major documentary event starring one of the world’s greatest footballers, Cristiano Ronaldo. This film has been seen in over 100 countries. The film tests Ronaldo’s mental and physical strength, through a series of dramatic challenges designed by the world’s leading sport scientists.

E Numbers:
An Edible Adventure

3 x 60 for BBC Two

Are E Numbers a culinary evil or saviour of the human race? Stefan Gates presents a mischievous and myth-busting series looking at the three hundred plus additives and preservatives that much of our food contains and that most of us couldn't live without.

One Man and his Camper Van

10 x 30 for BBC Two

Over one glorious summer, camper van-lover and passionate foodie Martin Dorey journeys around Britain on the ultimate escapist adventure - celebrating the freedom of camper van living.


1 x 60 for Channel 4

Filmed over a summer in a typical hard-drinking British town – Colchester, Essex – this documentary tells the story of the paramedics and the patients they treat.


3 x 60 for BBC Four

Feasts follows presenter Stefan Gates as he immerses himself in some of the most extraordinary feasts and festivals on earth, sampling a variety of stunning local foods along the way.

England's Worst Ever Football Team

1 x 90 for BBC Three

In a World Cup year we select England’s worst ever football team, celebrating some of the worst players ever to put on an England shirt. It’s not just footballing crimes that are on trial; our final XI are also judged by off-field misdemeanours including bad behaviour, dodgy haircuts and recording some of the worst football songs of all time.

Britain By Night

1 x 60 for ITV

A landmark documentary that crosses the frontiers of night to take a cinematic and poetic look at the lives that take place while most of us are asleep. Narrated by Zoe Wannamaker.

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