Josie complains about having to visit her grandmother after school, observes Nonna's "spy ring" at work, refuses to eat, complains about the heat and argues in Italian before being kicked out of the house.
The shooting of Inspector Patricia Wright's brother unites the team at Major Crime. Can they bring the killers to justice? While the detectives gather together to help their boss, a respected transplant surgeon is murdered. And Malik's wife, fed up with his obsession with work, leaves with their children.
In Britain today clothes have never been cheaper and the public is consuming more and more food from across the world, but at what cost? Over the past two years the BAFTA-nominated series Blood, Sweat And T-shirts and Blood, Sweat And Takeaways have seen 12 young consumers swap their luxury lives in the West to find out the truth about where everyday items consumers take for granted really come from. The most shocking and enlightening moments from Blood, Sweat And T-shirts and Blood, Sweat And Takeaways are revisited in Blood, Sweat And Me. The film hears from six of the young Brits and finds out how their experiences have changed their lives back in the UK.
Major Crime and NSO unite once again as a terror attack looms as a real possibility. Detective Zane Malik uses everything in his power to discover the conspirators and in doing so finally finds out why Agent Angleton was killed.
This episode introduces notorious drug smuggler Marcus Hilton (aka Marcus James) in Pattaya Prison. He is facing a potential death penalty or life imprisonment for drug dealing. He has already served two years in remand and is locked in his cell 24 hours day as he is classified as a high security prisoner. The program hears from his daughter and former wife.
The cameras revisit the Full Moon Party on the island of Koh Phangan where thousands of gap year students and travellers are partying hard on cheap alcohol. A young British traveller has his head smashed with a brick after a local man tries to steal his friend's passports and more.
When Akmal is killed in prison, Malik is determined to find out the truth behind his murder and the murder of the NSO agent. Going to Canberra with the NSO agent's widow leads Malik to an old foe. But his absence causes problems when the squad investigates a mysterious crossbow killing. And Inspector Wright juggles professional and personal problems, as her own brother is the target of an intended hit.
An ambulance officer is stabbed to death by a kid in an Ice induced rage. When Detective Sonny Koa delivers the death knock, he bonds with the dead man's Maori family. In investigating the Ice racket, the detectives find a link to the stolen arms that killed the NSO agent in a car bomb. But can Malik convince his imprisoned target, Akmal, to help?
Bestselling author, columnist, and raconteur Peter FitzSimons takes an explosive journey across Australia, reliving the country's forgotten race riots. In his inimitable style, FitzSimons exposes heroes and villains on a journey that spans more than 170 years. Along the way, he demonstrates how mobs of every ethnicity have transformed our nation. FitzSimons sets out from the sands of Cronulla beach, site of Australia's most notorious recent race riot, to quickly reveal that this riot was no aberration.
Kumu Hina is a powerful film about the struggle to maintain Pacific Islander culture and values within the Westernised society of modern day Hawaii. It is told through the eyes of Hina Wong-Kalu, an extraordinary Native Hawaiian who is both a proud and confident mahu, or transgender woman, and an honoured and respected kumu, or teacher.
This episode goes inside Bang Kwang one of Thailand's most notorious jails which handles death row and long-sentence prisoners. All prisoners are required to wear leg irons for the first three months of their sentence. A British prisoner who is serving 26 years for possession with intent to sell drugs talks about life inside this high security prison.
The documentary explores how London's late night transport provides plenty of opportunities for socialising. Featuring a lonely widower who lost his wife to cancer and relishes the opportunity for a bit of company on board, a pair heading home from a queer vegan disco, and a man on shore-leave from an oil rig. Meanwhile, Greek Andreas is pondering a move to Qatar, and twenty-something Simon is trying to build a life for himself in the capital.
This week captures the chaotic aftermath of the Koh Samui air crash. Bangkok Airways' flight ATR72 slipped off the runway and crashed into a disused air traffic control tower, damaging the front of the aircraft, injuring four British passengers and killing the pilot.
The tourist police struggle with the growing trend of individuals who use a hard drug known to locals as Yaa Baa that naive tourists often take in a bid to have a good time. This documentary follows a 19-year-old Cumbrian girl whose two week dream holiday with her boyfriend turned into a two and a half month nightmare after being caught in possession of cannabis at one of the infamous Full Moon parties in Koh Phangan.
Malik works with Agent Skerritt from the NSO to track down the car bomb killers. The prime suspect is a Lebanese businessman, but is he an arms dealer? Malik goes undercover to find out, leaving a gap in the Major Crime detective unit. Also, a murder investigation reveals Chinese student, Jenny, was from a wealthy family. Her parents received ransom demands and paid the money. So why was she killed?
Back on the streets of Pattaya with tourist cop Howard a man having a little rest and relaxation in the city gets robbed and drugged by a prostitute; while another tourist runs into the sea to avoid paying for his restaurant and bar bill.
This two-year investigation provides a view from the inside about what it's like to be drawn into radicalism. This gripping documentary investigates why some young Muslims in the West embrace violent extremism and go abroad to fight holy wars, and in some cases, why they come to reject it.
This fly-on-the-wall documentary makes use of remote-controlled cameras fitted to an ordinary London bus to explore the unique role this form of public transport plays in the hectic night lives of the capital's residents. The first episode reveals how the city's status as a 24-hour party hotspot means that the night bus has become a popular place to find romance.
This week Morgan discusses British food with Diane Smith, Dave Gorman and Britain's favourite culinary face, Jamie Oliver, before he takes on a transatlantic eating challenge, and visits a black pudding factory in Bury.
Karl travels to Mexico to perform an underwater inspection in raw sewage and meets a man who's recycled plastic bottles into his own island. In the US, he meets a man who eats roadkill and helps clean up a hoarder's house.
From musicians, writers and artists to dangerous thinkers, political radicals and above all ordinary people, this is the story of London's immigrants, its bohemians and how together they changed the city forever.
In Stockholm, anything goes, except what's forbidden. The Swedish capital, known for its open-mindedness, knows how to cultivate a paradox. Prostitution is authorised, but being a client of one is forbidden.