In a world full of digital noise, amazing, authentic stories cut through. We are passionate about creating premium, popular-factual television which gets audiences talking. From documentaries to comedy, current affairs to music, we are all about compelling real-life narratives.
While a cat, dog or guinea pig may be the usual pet for most households, a number of people seek the domestic companionship of a killer pet. Bear About The House is an immersive, authored film that examines this curious world where dangerous animals are kept as domestic pets.
Experience cuteness on a whole new level in this unique feel-good show that celebrates the most huggable heroes of the animal kingdom. From sports stars to furry fashionistas, meet the true champions of cute, worthy of claiming the ultimate title, - Cute As Fluff.
Yianni is the go-to-guy for celebrities, footballers and social media stars who want their supercars to be unique. His team of skilled wrappers can transform the look of any vehicle, covering them in a variety of colours and textures from glitter gold gloss to matte finish camouflage. This brand new series follows the charismatic Yianni as he runs his successful London based business.
The Day The Dinosaurs Died investigates the greatest vanishing act in the planet's history - the disappearance of the dinosaurs 66 million years ago. Presenters Professor Alice Roberts and Ben Garrod join a team of scientists examining new evidence of a link between an asteroid, the size of a city, that struck the Earth and the death of the dinosaurs.
2015 marks the 150th anniversary of America’s most notorious white supremacist group, the Ku Klux Klan. This one-off observational documentary gains unprecedented access to a modern day Missouri-based chapter of the Klan, the Traditionalist American Knights.
Arin Andrews and Katie Hill look like the perfect teenage American couple in love. They hang out together, see friends, go to the movies, but their love is one in a million: Arin was born a girl and Katie was born a boy. They are both transgender.
Born in a dusty farming village in India’s poorest state, two-year-old Lakshmi Tatma was revered as a deity, and worshipped from birth. Villagers, who believed she was the reincarnation of the Hindu goddess of wealth and fertility, would seek her blessing and leave gifts at her bedside. But Lakshmi’s resemblance to her mythological namesake came at a terrible price. She could not walk, stand, or even sit. The little girl was joined to a headless parasitic twin that had stopped developing in her mother’s womb.
Body Bizarre is an international medical series for Discovery / TLC International which follows adults and children around the globe as they deal with extreme and rare health disorders. Each episode follows five stories per hour, covering a wide range of geographical locations, medical and social situations.
They say a house isn’t a home without a pet, but for some, a tabby cat, Labrador retriever, goldfish or hamster just isn’t enough. Prepare to meet the world’s most outrageous animals and their owners who are often as outlandish and eccentric as the pets they keep.
Retirement’s all about harmless hobbies, early nights and moaning …or so you’d think. But for some British OAPS, turning 60 is a licence to break all the rules. These outrageous oldies are blowing their pensions, winter fuel allowance and the kids’ inheritance - and behaving like there’s no tomorrow.
Many mourned the death of talented musician Amy Winehouse, but only a handful knew the depth of her deadly struggle with her addiction. This documentary is the untold story of a troubled star.
In Little Looking for Love, 19-year-old Hannah Kritzeck faces ordinary challenges with an extraordinary condition. She is a primordial dwarf and only 39 inches tall. She dreams of becoming a professional singer and dancer, but Hannah’s future is uncertain as very few primordials live beyond 30 years.