Kidnapped in Africa and enslaved in South Carolina, Aminata must navigate a revolution in New York, isolation in Nova Scotia and the jungles of Sierra Leone, in an attempt to secure her freedom.
The Middle East: a volatile and complicated place. A wall separates two beautiful countries as groups of skateboarders work towards transcending religious and cultural boundaries.
In Boston, Vicky watches as an optimistic Maxine is assessed for puberty blockers. Vicky is determined to support Maxine and forges Stephen's signature on the consent form. Barbara and Paula are furious when they learn that Vicky has stolen the money intended for their business. Lily feels abandoned and Stephen struggles to cope. With the support of her family, Maxine is finally able to articulate her true feelings. The series ends with Stephen, Lily, and Vicky looking on as a GP administers Maxine's first puberty blocker injection. It's the end of a difficult journey, and the beginning of a new one.
The demolition crew attempts to bring the 100m-high cooling towers of Didcot, a power station, which have long dominated the Oxfordshire landscape, down to earth with a bang. But, in addition to tackling the complex engineering, the team faces a public outcry when they schedule the blow-down at night, and this threatens to derail their plans. Hastings Pier is on its last legs after a devastating fire, but local demolition man Mark Hodgson hatches a water-borne plan to try to save it for future generations. And one of the industry's biggest and boldest characters has to take down a disused bridge, in a race against the clock.
The formidable racial prejudice that Nelson Mandela encounters on moving to Johannesburg, South Africa's biggest city, leads to his rapid politicisation and fight to topple apartheid.
This episode delivers an inside story on what it was like for the paramedics that dealt with the fatal consequences of Storm Doris, a storm which killed four people across the UK.
The Queen's Hamlet is a palace disguised as a peasant's cottage hidden in the Versailles gardens. A romantic hideaway, Marie-Antoinette conceived it as a reminder of her carefree youth in Vienna. But the Revolution left it for ruin. Now, two centuries later, the most extensive renovation ever finally begins. In summer 2017, the Queen's Hamlet was reopened to the public, restored to its original glory, one of the most extraordinary and moving architectural jewels of Versailles.
After the collapse of the USSR, SAS faces a challenge from within - it has lost much of its vital unconventionality. But as it rallies to become truly postmodern, disaster intervenes when two CT Black Hawk helicopters collide and crash in flames.
Saul's persecution intensifies as he targets Peter. Many flee the city, spreading the Word as they go. With Jerusalem in chaos the Roman Emperor arrives to decide Pilate's fate.
From attempting a spinning karate kick to performing a chest bump, Richard Hammond explains the science behind the world's most jaw-dropping amateur stunts gone wrong.
Living in a remote Aboriginal community in the northern part of Australia, Charlie is a warrior past his prime. As the government increases its stranglehold over the community's traditional way of life, Charlie becomes lost between two cultures. His new modern life offers him a way to survive but, ultimately, it is one he has no power over.
In this special episode, Bear returns to meet the men and women who made it through the experiment and sees first-hand how they managed to survive for the past six weeks. He hears their reflections on their time on the island and shares his thoughts on how they have coped with the extremes.
In his directorial debut, Tom Felton, who played the villainous Draco Malfoy in the hugely successful Harry Potter films, meets the world's most committed fans in a bid to understand what drives them.
While Eurovision captivated the world's attention earlier this year, there was one act in particular who captured the hearts of viewers at home - Finnish punk-rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipaivat. Formed in 2009 by four developmentally disabled guys, the documentary film follows the band's journey from their rehearsal room to cult success - which took them all the way to the world stage at the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest in Vienna.
Take a look back through season 1 to season 5 and go behind the scenes of Baltimore's The Wire.
Filmed over 12 years with the same cast, this is a ground breaking story of growing up as seen through the eyes of a child named Mason, who literally grows up on screen before our eyes. Snapshots of adolescence from road trips and family dinners to birthdays and graduations and all the moments in between become transcendent, set to a soundtrack spanning the years from Coldplay's Yellow to Arcade Fire's Deep Blue. This film is both a nostalgic time capsule of the recent past and an ode to growing up and parenting.
After defeating his opponent at UFC 178, UFC featherweight Conor McGregor emerges as a bona fide superstar, with the luxurious Vegas trappings to match. And his newfound fame follows him around the world, from London to Rio.
Tim Bergling, better known to his millions of fans as Avicii, is at 26 already one of the world's biggest and most loved DJs. He plays sold-out venues all over the world and his name on the line up guarantees an almost insane audience response. But Avicii is also an artist with a conscience and together with his manager Ash, he is dedicated to fighting global hunger. This film follows Avicii during his tour of Australia, where the profits went straight into their charity project "House for Hunger".