With Films of Record (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. The Murder Detectives (2015– )
Filmed in a documentary style, this UK Police TV Series deals with detectives handling murders.
7. My Heart Belongs to Dad (2007)
89 min | Documentary
Documentary which explores how fathers and their children cope with the loss of a mother after being abandoned or bereaved. Three families are followed over the course of a year. Carl lives... See full summary »
8. The Billion Pound Flower Market (2016 TV Movie)
60 min | Documentary
Britain is the third biggest buyer of cut flowers in the world, most of which are sourced from overseas. But change is in the air as this documentary follows a new generation of British florists revolutionising the industry.
9. Psychosis & Me (2019 TV Movie)
An exploration of mental illness and current available treatments, hosted by actor David Harewood, who suffered a mental breakdown at age 23 and was successfully treated with anti-psychotic medication.
12. Hotel for Refugees (2017 TV Short)
39 min | Documentary, Short
Two worlds meet when a former luxury hotel in a small town in the west of Ireland becomes the new home for hundreds of Syrian asylum seekers. While some locals see it as their duty to help, others are deeply suspicious of the newcomers.
15. The Trouble with Pirates (2010)
76 min | Documentary
The Trouble with Pirates tells the story of Somali piracy with unique access to Somalia, the negotiators, the European warships in the Gulf of Aden and the heartbreak of a hostage situation gone wrong.
18. Who Needs Fathers? (2010– )
59 min | Documentary
A major series to mark 20 years since the passing of the Children Act, investigates whether its key principle is being adhered to - that in family breakdown and divorce, the welfare of the children is paramount.
Dispatches (1987– )
Searching for Madeline
After the disappearance of child, Madeline McCann 168 days ago; Dispatches sent a team of five of the UK's best-qualified criminal investigators to Praia da Luz to investigate and assess the situation.
Cutting Edge (1990– )
The 9/11 Faker
The story of Tania Head, who lied about surviving the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and claimed she lost her fiancé and made a miraculous escape.
Dispatches (1987– )
The Battle for the Labour Party
32 min | Documentary
Antony Barnett investigates the current state of the Labour Party in the run-up to the result of the leadership contest. He also investigates Momentum and those seeking to influence the party.
Panorama (1953– )
The Trouble with Our Trains
Reporter John Ware investigates the disconnect between the claims from the rail industry and the Government that Britian's railways are a success story and the opinions of passengers who think that they are a nightmare.