Damon Gameau discovers the bitter truth about added sweeteners in a unique body-transforming experiment.
Discover the truth about vitamin pills and whether they are the answer to your problems, or the breakthrough to beautiful skin and hair. Watch the investigation to find out.
Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the United Kingdom, causing more deaths in this group than car accidents or cancer. In this sensitive film, Dr Xand van Tullekan finds out what we know about why people develop suicidal thoughts and whether there is anything we can do about it.
Allie helps opiate-addicted Tia confront her dark past and childhood abuse. Frankie works with veteran amputee Scotty, whose heroin addiction left him homeless.
A woman puts her own recovery in jeopardy to save her husband, Jimmy, from his crippling addiction. Addicted to meth, Shane tries to start over by leaving his old life behind.
Heroin addict Tiffany resorts to prostitution to support her habit. Can Frankie reach her before she falls to her addiction? Allie searches for a homeless addict in need of help.
Frankie checks in on Chris, an addict who keeps lying about going to rehab. Allie undertakes a dangerous and traumatising rescue.
A talented artist's life unravels into drug-fuelled chaos after his dad dies. Allie's long-time friend continues her road to recovery while battling demons of her 20-year addiction.
The survival rate in Afghanistan is the highest in the history of combat - but this means people are surviving with dreadful injuries. Michael wants to find out what medicine and technology can do to help rebuild their shattered lives.
The first episode takes Michael to Camp Bastion hospital in Afghanistan to find out how medics have achieved the highest survival rate in the history of warfare. In AandE departments in the USA, he looks at the latest medical advances that could save thousands of lives both on and off the battlefield.
Allie tries to help her friend Kelly, an addict for over 10 years, check into detox. Frankie meets Chris, a newly homeless father whose life on the streets has taken a dark turn.
Young and homeless, Kyle becomes desperate for rehab when his habit causes serious health concerns. New user Gwen is on the verge of tricking after losing her day job.
Presenters Michael Mosley and Mehreen Baig are going on a science-driven investigation exploring the brave new world of cosmetic enhancement. They'll look at whether these procedures actually do what they claim; how safe they are in what is a largely unregulated industry; and whether, just because science has reached a point that it promises the face and body we want, is it actually a good idea for our physical and mental health? The first episode looks at the latest cosmetic treatment trends for the face.
Frankie works to help Nate, a former recovery advocate-turned-heroin addict, get his life and his son back. Allie tries to help her best friend Kelly get a scholarship to rehab.
Heroin addicts Chris and Rachel must untangle their toxic, co-dependent relationship. Frankie ventures back to his hometown to face the demons of his past.
In much of the Arab world, coming out can be deadly. Even more dangerous is speaking out about coming out. As the winner of the inaugural Mr Gay Syria, Hussein Sabat shouldered a heavier burden than most pageant winners . A refugee of the country's devastating civil war, Sabat hides his sexuality from his conservative family and has a child. In this documentary, he explains why he chose to compete.
Nine years ago, an eclectic troupe of drag queens rescued North Ipswich Bowls Club from financial ruin, thanks largely to the spectacular success of the monthly drag show Taboo. This charming, inspiring story centres on three drag queens - Crystal Heart, wanda dparke, and 12-year-old Candy Featherbottom - who are now having to save themselves, their careers and their dreams.
Alcohol: no substance on the planet is so familiar to us and so unbelievably varied in its effects. It is readily available, and despite its psychoactive, adverse health effects, hardly anyone calls it a drug. But how is it that we can turn a blind eye to the 3 million alcohol-related deaths that happen each year? Director Andreas Pichler visits several countries, searching for answers concerning what makes us drink, what alcohol does to us, and to what extent the powerful alcohol industry and its lobbyists influence politics and society. He also presents us with ways we can turn the tide.
Emma begins life as a maternity care assistant on a busy maternity ward and is put straight to work. She supports the community midwife team with the home delivery of Laura's third child.
Travelling to its cultural home of Benin, Todd undergoes his own initiation into voodoo, hoping to delve past the stigma and truly understand this unique and powerful religion.
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