In this episode, Morgan visits Baan Gerda - a unique home-stay orphanage for 83 local children born with HIV.
Today, Anthony travels to Jamaica, a vibrant, colourful land full of resorts and reggae music. There he spends time on an eco-tour through one of Jamaica's caves, learns about coffee, and shares a traditional Jamaican Sunday dinner.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are. Today: cheese graters, hot sauce, silver jewellery and mexican chairs.
Every year in Pakistan, at least 100 people are victimised by brutal acid attacks. The majority are women, and many more cases go unreported. With little or no access to reconstructive surgery, survivors are physically and emotionally scarred, while many reported assailants - typically a husband or someone close to the victim - are let go with minimal punishment from the state. Saving Face tells the stories of two acid-attack survivors - Zakia and Rukhsana - and their arduous attempts to bring their assailants to justice. It also charts the charitable work of London-based, Pakistani- born, plastic surgeon Dr Mohammad Jawad, who strives to help these women put this horrific act behind them and move on with their lives.
The Apache is perhaps the most lethal attack helicopter in the world. Pass through the security protocols at the Boeing plant in Mesa, Arizona, to see how this battle tank of the air is built.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are. Today: game calls, mayonnaise and razor blades and butterfly safety razors.
Exploring a life often characterised by the violence and passion of his own work, we are introduced to Norman Mailer the man. A unique portrait with exclusive access to the man himself and his incredible life.
Kevin McCloud buys himself a beautiful piece of woodland, and with the help of friends and experts, builds a cabin. Everything has to be made by hand from his woodland, or has to be sourced from someone's rubbish.
Have you ever wondered how things are made? Find out how the everyday objects people use become the things they are. Today: decorative sombreros, salad dressings, cap guns and regenerative medicine.
Life on the edge of a frozen sea is tough. Pack-ice at both poles is constantly on the move and, in winter, freezes solid with air temperatures 70 degrees below freezing. Only in spring, with the retreating ice and light reaching the water, does life begin again. Plankton blooms and feeds vast hordes of migrating fish, birds, whales, seals and polar bears. Walruses rake the seabed for clams. Minke and humpback whales gorge themselves on gigantic swarms of krill. But it is a brief indulgence, for the ice soon returns and pushes life back into the ocean.
Meet modern-day treasure hunter Drew Pritchard. With demanding customers, high turnover, and one of the biggest decorative salvage yards in the UK, Drew is constantly on the road, crisscrossing the country in search of derelict gems and forgotten remnants.
This docudrama looks at the rise and fall of the man behind McCarthyism, a term now synonymous with political witch-hunts. Senator Joe McCarthy dominated 1950s US politics with his televised communist hunting and battles with key institutions like the Army and even the President himself.
On the 6th of June 1944, tens of thousands of Allied troops landed on the coast of Normandy in the largest amphibious assault ever. For many of the young US soldiers, this war against the Nazis seemed almost like an adventure. What lay in store for them was bloody carnage on the beaches of France.
Find out how tequila, waterbeds, flip flops and silver are made.
Find out how dial thermometers, hummus, spent fuel containers and straw sombreros are made.
In the final episode of the series we soar into the skies with the world's first ladyboy airline: PC Air, the latest venture from Peter Chan, Thailand's eccentric answer to Richard Branson. When recruiting staff Chan received more than 100 applications from ladyboys, and in an industry first, he chose to judge their applications on merit just like any other job seeker. With Chan investing over AUD$6 million in his new business, he hopes his faith in the transgender community, and the four ladyboy stewardesses he hired, will be rewarded.
The west of Ireland is one of the most spectacularly beautiful coastlines in the world and for one glorious summer it is home away from home for marine biologist Monty Halls and his enthusiastic dog Reuben.
This is a whimsical, slightly risque but also serious exploration of the taboo subject of female masturbation. The film interviews women of all ages about their own personal stories and practices. It also looks at the history of female sexuality, along with the marketing of the vibrator to women in the 20th century, as well as the tragic issue of genital mutilation and its disastrous consequences.