Explore the impacts of anxiety and question the relationship between mental illness and social media. Find out how anxiety has taken over the world affecting many individuals.
Discover the links between gut health and chronic illnesses, and how to prevent them, with a panel of experts led by Michael Mosley.
Jaydyn Coggins, the best cup stacker in Australia, travels to the World Sports Stacking Championships in Florida. Dogged by a series of setbacks, Jaydyn must call on all his skill and family support for a shot at his dreams.
Transgender model and social activist Munroe Bergdorf examines the changing world of gender and identity in society, as she becomes both author and subject of her first UK documentary. The film follows Munroe as she undergoes dramatic facial feminisation surgery as part of tackling her gender dysphoria, a hugely personal moment that kick starts an exploration of the central question: What makes a woman?
Staying calm when the world is in crisis is no easy task. Clinical psychologist Professor Tanya Byron teams up with former England footballer Alex Scott, sharing strategies to improve our mental health and wellbeing.
Succumbing to viewer requests, Hamilton journeys to South America to understand the legend of Bufotenine, the world's oldest psychedelic.
The Guugu Yimidhirr people of Hope Vale in the Cape York Peninsula have created a unique Easter tradition centred around their cemetery that reflects who they are and what they've been through.
As Cuba and America embark on a seismic shift in relations, Cuban ballplayers are caught in the middle - forced to wait on diplomacy, or risk their lives for their chance at the majors.
Michael Mosley challenges a team of doctors to diagnose a young woman struggling with dramatic weight gain and hair loss, and another who has suddenly lost her sight in one eye. Alternative title: The Diagnosis Detectives.
Laura's application for a voluntary assisted death has been approved and she chooses to go public with her story. With her daughter and granddaughter, she navigates the legal, ethical, and emotional issues that arise.
There are rivalries, and then there is the Boston Celtics versus the Los Angeles Lakers. This program gets to the heart of the greatest tug of war in NBA history.
From X-ray crystallography to vesicular dopamine release, Hamilton travels the country visiting meth labs in order to understand the process behind a great American folk art.
A celebration of modern Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander family life from the heart of the Hartas home, a busy and loving family of 13 living in the town of Goodna, Queensland.
Cage fighting, or mixed martial arts, is the world's toughest sport, widely thought of as an ultra-violent free for all. This In Films production tracks a year in the lives of three ordinary Australians who share this extreme pursuit, to uncover what drives them and the pressures they face as they balance their daily lives, jobs and families with the demands of the sport. Caged goes beyond the controversial headlines into real, personal stories of ordinary Australians turned unlikely athletes.
In a small village in the UK, a community has turned its back on the modern world to live a life free of money, crime and homelessness. But one young resident is questioning her future.
Amid scandals, legislative battles and the new frontier of daily fantasy, the biggest debate in the world of sports is gambling. Is it legal? And how do you define it?
Twelve medical experts race to diagnose a man with a life-threatening skin condition, and a mother suffering a dramatic decline in health. Alternative title: The Diagnosis Detectives.
Laura Henkel decides that she wishes to end her life on her own terms. She applies to legally do so at a Switzerland clinic and tells her daughter and granddaughter that she'd like them to make a documentary about it.
Discover the human body's most extraordinary structure: the immune system. Using groundbreaking science, experts in the field reveal myths and key questions about our very own secret weapon.
This is the story of male strippers and their entrepreneurial managers as they reach a critical point in their evolution and prove the UK market for the naked black body. It touches on the fetishisation of black men and the related fantasising and exploitation. From the performers themselves, we find out firsthand what it means to be a black man stared at, envied, and the object of power-related fantasies in the context of today's Britain. As they strut their stuff on stage, as they prepare behind the scenes, as they live the life they want to become accustomed to, we get their perspectives on fulfilling a stereotype, on whether this is just an honest living or something darker, and on how far they will go to earn that living.
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