Stacey Dooley investigates why Peru has taken the title of the world's cocaine capital. Her journey starts in Lima where she meets the Brits locked up in Peru's jails for smuggling cocaine to Europe. Travelling into the countryside she then discovers how alarmingly easy it is for cocaine to be grown and produced here.
In episode one, Robyn, Tammy, Lyn, Tusa and Meg were introduced to the monastic life by Sister Hilda, who asked them to give up their worldly goods for a life of silence, prayer and contemplation. In tonight's episode, all five women are struggling with the demands of living the monastic life, homesickness, and coming to terms with confronting their own personal demons.
War veteran Douglas, 94, is brought into King's College Hospital with breathing difficulties by his youngest daughter and full-time carer Sylvie, while 97-year-old Hector's airway is at risk of collapsing and his blood pressure is dangerously high.
In December 2012 cities across India were engulfed in a series of protests. They stemmed from the death of a young woman who was brutally gang-raped aboard a moving bus. With the story making global headlines, millions around the world were shocked at the viciousness of the rape. One of those was 28-year-old Radha Bedi, a young British Indian. Now Radha is going to India to discover the tougher reality of life for young women there.
Mountaineer and writer, Dermot Somers, travels from one coast of Australia to another, passing through some of its wildest and most beautiful terrain. Somers tells the story of explorer, Robert O'Hara Burke, the first white man to cross the continent.
Amanda is rebuilding her life by placing her baby up for adoption in order to regain access to her two children. Carrying the little boy she's always wanted, Megan feels pressure from her parents to consider adoption.
William's journey starts in outback New South Wales. Richard Kingsford, also known as Dr Duck squeezes the larger-than-life actor into his small plane and shows him how to count water birds from up high.
Kevin McCloud returns for a brand new Man Made challenge in the innovative hit series Man Made Home. This time he's opting for a sea view, uprooting his cabin in the woods and hitting the beach.
In the tranquil south-east of Tasmania, Neil Oliver probes Port Arthur's harsh penal history. Brendan Moar examines the dramatic grip of lighthouse life on a remote Island.
Just 200 years ago Paris was famously one of the foulest and smelliest cities in Europe. In this program historian Dan Snow sniffs out the rotten story of the French revolution.
As well as the largest Muslim population outside of London, Bradford has the youngest and fastest growing population. And the young Bradfordians of today have a very different attitude to their parents: they want to make it big, get rich, and show it off.
Schama plunges us into the lost world of the shtetl, the Jewish towns and villages sewn across the hinterlands of Eastern Europe which became the seedbed of a uniquely Jewish culture. Shtetl culture would make its mark on the modern world, from the revolutionary politics of the Soviet Union to the mass culture of Tin Pan Alley and Hollywood.
A walk through Wiltshire from Avebury to Stonehenge takes Tony through Europe's richest prehistoric landscape.
Monday night's program tells the story of the unsolved and savage murder of a woman called Tracy Connelly and the unexpected consequences of her death. Connelly was a St Kilda sex worker but her exceptional looks and personality endeared her to many in the local community where a street was known as 'Tracy's Corner'.
NITV pays tribute to the military efforts of the Indigenous people of Australia with a series of ANZAC 15-minute documentary specials. This episode tells the personal tale of Nathan Murray-Lovatt about discovering his family's legacy.
By the Spring of 1944 it seemed obvious that the Allies would have to mount an invasion of Western Europe in order to bring about the end of the war. In an elaborate game of double cross the Allied forces managed to convince Germany that this attack would happen at the French port of Calais. In fact the real target lay further to the west, in Normandy.
Melvyn Bragg uncovers the real story behind one of the Bible's most enigmatic and controversial figures: Mary Magdalene.
A wide-ranging and engaging science series that looks at themes including micro-organisms, solar power and forensic analysis.