Narrated by Ian McKellen, this powerful documentary introduces the members of Britain's underground Muslim drag queen community. How do gay Muslims publicly reconcile their secularity with their cultural identity?
As well as lying at the heart of American car manufacture, Michigan is also home to demolition derby, the epitome of car destruction. This week, Louis Theroux tries to infiltrate this subculture by driving in a derby himself. He seeks advice from ice deliverer and demo derby driver Jon Lipka, who warns him that a scared person isn't going to be a good driver. After watching Lipdka in competition,Theroux begins to wonder if he is up to the challenge.
When Australian kickboxing champion Roger Abbas was killed in mysterious circumstances in Syria in late 2012, it set off a chain of stories in the national media about Australian citizens heading over there to take part in the war - either as humanitarians or 'jihadists'. But why would born and bred Aussies like Roger want to put their lives on the line for a country they have no connection to?
It's a business that's enabling one of the darkest crimes of this century and Australians are unwittingly helping the business to grow and flourish. It's the twisted world of orphanage tourism in Cambodia, where 'orphans' - around 75% of whom have parents - are used as pawns in an industry that turns over huge amounts of money annually, much of it coming from well-intentioned Australians.
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.
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.