Company: Third Party
Genre: Nature & Wildlife
Welcome to the ancient Kingdom of Mourne, where animals outnumber people ten to one and no two days are the same for the busy mountain vets.
Welcome to the ancient Kingdom of Mourne, where animals outnumber people ten to one and no two days are the same for the busy mountain vets.
In this powerful documentary we tell extraordinary and very different stories of people trapped in the snow.
14 x 60' (2 seasons) CGI reveals how the Earth's geology shapes our cities. Strip the City uses stunning CGI animation and expedition-driven actuality to strip major cities naked of their steel, concrete, air, ocean, and bedrock–layer. By exploring a city’s hidden infrastructure this series attempts to solve mysteries surrounding its origins, including its geology, archaeology, industry, weather patterns, and engineering.
20 x 60' (2 Seasons) Rise of the Machines uses mind-blowing CGI animations to ‘explode apart’ some of the world’s most extreme machines to reveal the extraordinary engineering at the heart of their design.
3 Seasons (22 episodes) The science behind our universe. Strip the Cosmos explores the deepest mysteries of the universe and reveals worlds never seen before. Using stunning CGI animation this show peels back the layers to reveal the structure, origins, and hidden secrets of the wonders of space.
Extraordinary homes in extreme locations. Impossible Builds explores how a new wave of ingeniously engineered ‘kit’ homes are helping ambitious property owners construct dream houses in some of the most remote and challenging locations across the UK.
Series 1: 6x60 | HD | 2019, UKTV Train Truckers follows an elite crew of heavy-haulage specialists as they race to haul the heaviest, longest and most precious locomotives around the UK and Europe road, rail and sea.
3 x 60' No other land mammal displays such dazzling diversity as man’s best friend. It’s hard to believe that a Great Dane and a Chihuahua belong to the same species, yet they do. In The Wonder of Dogs we celebrate and interrogate the dog in all its spectacularly different and unlikely forms.
1 x 89' Ever wondered what spiders really get up to in your home? In this documentary special Alice Roberts overcomes her arachnophobia to enter a spider-filled house where an astonishing drama unfolds within its walls. Inside she meets entomologist, Tim Cockerill, who loves spiders and quickly immerses Alice in the wonders of web building, the secrets of fly-catching and the dangerous spider-eat-spider world they inhabit.
2 x 60' Owls - with their huge eyes, flat faces and distinctive hoot – they are truly iconic! creatures. But how much do we really know about these mysterious nocturnal birds? We’re about to find out as we follow the fate of new born baby owls as they grow up and learn to fly.
1 x 60' The fox: portrayed as a sly and cunning character in stories and mythology across the globe. In reality, the fox is one of the most successful carnivores on the planet. I
1 x 89' The British back garden is a familiar setting, but underneath the peonies and petunias is a much wilder hidden world, a miniature Serengeti, with beauty and brutality in equal measure. In this 90-minute documentary Chris Packham and a team of wildlife experts spend an entire year exploring every inch of a series of interlinked back gardens in Welwyn Garden City.
4 x 60' Presented by anatomist Prof Joy Reidenberg and vet Mark Evans, Born In The Wild explores the reproductive behaviours and biology of the animal kingdom. Focusing on four species, the elephant, dolphin, kangaroo and orangutan we take an in-depth look at how these animals find, fight for and woo the opposite sex. We also explore how they mate, give birth and raise their young in extreme environments.
Series 1: 10x60 | HD | 2018 For thousands of years, civilizations have believed in mythical beasts – Dragons, Cyclops, Giants, Vampires and Sea Monsters. But where did the stories of these fabled creatures come from? How much truth lies behind the legend? And what can these myths tell us about the medieval and ancient civilizations that created in them?
1 x 60', BBC (UK), CBC (Canada), Discovery Science (US), Planete+ Exploring the mysteries of the Aurora Borealis Exploring the greatest mysteries of the Aurora Borealis, Mystery of the Northern Lights uncovers the secrets of the phenomena that has dazzled people for thousands of years and intrigued scientists for centuries.
1 x 60', Channel 4(UK), PBS(USA) The story of how nations came together and saved the world. Ozone Hole: How We Saved the Planet tells the forgotten story of the hole in the ozone layer and how the nations of the world came together to fix it.
2 x 60', CBC(Canada), Channel 4(UK), Discovery Science (US), France TV (France) Unearthing the deepest secrets of the Great Pyramid of Giza. Lost Secrets of the Pyramid unearths new details of what may be humanity’s greatest achievement – Egypt’s Great Pyramid of Giza. Combining immersive CGI imagery, 3D modeling, and incredible excavations, the pyramid’s deepest secrets and those of the ruler Khufu come to light in unprecedented detail.
1 x 60x (Nova/WGBH, France TV) A community coming together to save a piece of American history. Operation Lighthouse Rescue charts the epic engineering battle to move the 160-year-old Gay Head Lighthouse from the edge of a crumbling cliff.
Machines: How They Work answers all the questions we have ever had about the machines we use often in our daily lives. How does a hand-held leaf blower whip up hurricane-force winds? What makes a mechanical watch tick – without a battery? And how does an escalator haul hundreds of people up an incline as steep as Mount Fuji? Using incredible CGI to explode machines into their component parts along with stunning factory footage where these marvels are designed, built, and tested, this fascinating series uncovers the mysteries of everyday objects by revealing their extraordinary hidden workings.
The Zeppelin, the most terrifying weapon in the Great War. Attack of the Zeppelins explores how the Germans unleashed a new terror campaign during World War I that rewrote the rules of combat. A machine straight from the pages of science fiction, the near-indestructible Zeppelin airship allowed the Germans to carry out an 18-month long attack on Britain.
1 x 60 min - Channel 4 The biggest gun the world had ever seen and the unbelievable efforts to take it down. Building Hitler’s Supergun: The Plot to Destroy London recreates and tests Hitler’s game-changing, 25-barrelled V-3 Supergun weapon and the faulty Allied attempts to destroy it.
HD / 6 x 60' Windfall Films for Channel 5 Presenter Rob Bell reveals the secrets of the historic ships that shaped the world. Visiting the ships as they stand today, Rob reveals how and why these monumental vessels were originally built.
HD / 7 x 60' Windfall Films for Channel 4 Britain may be small, but everywhere you turn there are places that are hidden from public view - their secrets locked away behind high walls and heavy gates. No access has been allowed... until now. History and travel enthusiast, Sir Tony Robinson, uses the latest aerial filming technology to show us new aspects of Britain in a completely different way.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2017 Channel 4 This documentary explores the untold and secret history of the Chinese Labour Corps (CLC): One hundred and fourty thousand workers shipped across from China to France and Belgium in 1916 & 17 to form the backbone of the Allied war effort, ultimately helping them win the Great War. The film tells the story of how and why the CLC were recruited by Britain and France, politically betrayed and then how their remarkable contribution was literally painted out of history.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2013 Channel 5 Following Helen Stephens, a mum-of-three who is believed to suffer from one of the rarest neurological conditions in the world – stiff person syndrome (SPS). Only one in a million people are diagnosed with this shocking condition, which can cause sufferers' muscles to become as stiff as a rock.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2017 Channel 5 16-year-old Mithun Chauhan suffers from an extremely rare genetic condition. which has left him with large swollen lumps all over his face and body. The condition known as neurofibroma affects just one in 33,000 people and causes tumours to grow along the nerve endings.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2015 BBC Three Documentary about Dillon, an 11-year-old boy who suffers from an aggressive form of neurofibromatosis, a disease that causes tumours to form in his nervous system. His leg has grown out of proportion to his tiny frame, and he's found it hard to get around, never mind joining in with other kids. In his mind there's only one way to cure the problem - amputation. But can a young boy persuade the medical establishment to cut his leg off, and is it even in his best interests?
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2012 Channel 5 Viet was born with one of the world's rarest facial deformities: A cleft palate and bilateral facial clefts; this documentary follows surgeons as they embark on a series of lengthy and extremely challenging operations to give Viet a new face.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2017 Channel 5 At just 32 years old, Nusrit (Nelly) Shaheen has defied odds to become the world’s oldest known survivor of Harlequin Ichthyosis – a painful condition which causes her skin to grow ten times faster than normal. In this heartfelt documentary, we follow Nelly as she battles to live a normal life in the face of extreme adversity. Will she raise the funds she needs for a life changing treatment for the condition that affects every aspect of her life and threatens to stop her from her achieving her dream of doing a skydive?
Series 1: 6x60 | HD | 2013 Series 2: 6x60 | HD | 2015 Jonathan Phang is on an adventure of a lifetime, as he travels on some of the world's most luxurious locomotives. Along the journey, he samples amazing cuisine and visits some of the most beautiful sites. From Scotland to Canada, and Australia to Peru, he's never short of trying out something new.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2017 Channel 4 Up and down the country OAPs are proving you’re never too old to say ‘I Do’. These three couples are not your usual newlyweds who believe, that no matter how old you are, it’s never too late for love. This documentary meets three couples in their seventies, eighties and nineties who are tying the knot, capturing their excitement while they also face the realities of what their future holds
Series 1: 4x60 | HD | 2013 Channel 5/Food Network If you think food in the North is just pies... think again! In a mouthwatering new four-part series for Channel 5, trained chef and celebrated cheesemaker Sean Wilson (Coronation Street's Martin Platt) explores the beautiful, varied and underappreciated culinary heritage of the north of England.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2016 Channel 5 With a shocking rise in OAPs going under the needle, whether it’s to complete a full body tattoo suit or go under the needle for the very first time these pensioners are showing when it comes to tattoos there really is no age limit. In this show we follow 5 very different senior citizens on 5 very different tattoo journeys with each inking telling its own unique story.
Series 1: 1x60 | HD | 2016 Series 2: 1x60 | HD | 2017 (A Year On) Channel 5 17-year-old Erick from Uganda has a rare tumour the size of his head, blocking him from eating, drinking or breathing. He flies 4,000 miles to London for a risky experimental procedure. The surgeons have given themselves only 24 hours to complete it, as Erick is so weak that any longer may kill him.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT 10 x 60' UKTV A ratings hit in the UK and Holland, this format forces eight of the country’s fussiest eaters to tackle their food demons in a unique facility designed to turn their disastrous food habits around.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT 20 x 45' BBC1, UK Chase the Case is the exciting new strategy gameshow that trades general knowledge for intelligence. Five players begin the game each given a case containing a secret amount of cash.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT, 3 x 60' BBC3, UK In this unique and inspiring series, a group of gifted young people with a range of disabilities set out to achieve something they have never done before, to deliver a professional-standard musical performance at a well known music venue to a packed house.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT - 1 x 60' BBC1, UK What happens when you deprive a town or city of its foreign work-force? The Day the Immigrants Left is an audacious social experiment that seeks to answer precisely this question.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT 30' Pilot How much do you really believe in your partner? And when it comes down to it, will you put your money where your mouth is? In every relationship, each half has their strengths and weaknesses. From who’s best at parallel parking, to who’s best in a social situation, to who can whip up a quick pasta – each task is almost always one person’s domain. But when there are prizes at stake, will we still back our other half?
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT 18 series 45' BBC1, UK When you have a dream, but not the financial means to realise it, you have to sell something. Our host and expert poke around homeowners’ attics, basements and garages to see what hidden gems and family heirlooms might be hiding.
AVAILABLE AS A FORMAT (8 x 45' BBC, UK) Sat Navs – we love ’em and we hate ’em. If they’re not leading us down single track lanes and up impossibly steep hills they’re patronising us in that irritatingly calm voice... But we’ve got a Sat Nav with a difference. This Sat Nav could lead you to a big cash prize!
Available as a Format (8 x 60' MTV, UK) Parents go undercover to discover the real reason why their unemployable kids keep losing their jobs. We give the teens a dream job opportunity, but what they don’t know is that Mum and Dad will be secretly watching from the boss’s office - ready to fire them if they step out of line!
4 x 60' Channel 5, UK Inside Oxford Street takes you behind the scenes of the busiest shopping precinct in Europe. With access to London Underground, Crossrail, the Met Police and some of the major brands selling their wares on this mile and half long shopping street. This series reveals the highs and lows of what it takes to help 142 million shoppers spend almost £5 billion a year.
A ground-breaking experiment, where a country's citizens use app technology to track their movements over a 24 hour period to simulate the spread of a highly infectious disease to see what happens when - not if - a real pandemic hits a country.
Owls - with their huge eyes, flat faces and distinctive hoot – they are truly iconic!creatures.
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Families who have always dreamed of waking up to unspoiled river views or watching the sunset over a seascape are taking the ultimate plunge to build an ‘aquatic home’ that floats on water.
In this series … we’ll be following these heavy metal machines and the men and women who drive them … Welcome to the world of big diggers.
A Very British Brothel reveals the day-to-day workings of the only parlour in the street run by a mother and daughter duo.