Can Science Make Me Perfect?

Documentary

Anatomist Alice Roberts embarks on an audacious scientific stunt - to rebuild her own body from scratch, editing out errors left behind by evolution; to create the perfect body.

With the help of one of the world's best virtual sculptors, Scott Eaton, and top SFX model maker Sangeet Prabhaker, Alice creates a life-size model of the perfect human body, to be revealed in front of 150 people at London's Science Museum.

2018

How The Victorians Built Britain

Documentary

In less than a century, the Victorians totally transformed the face of Britain. They built iconic buildings, constructed amazing transport networks and invented cutting edge technology.

Carry on Brussels: Inside the EU

Documentary

Carry on Brussels: Inside the EU steps into the curious world of the Brussels bubble, following an eclectic group of MEPs from across the political spectrum, as they buckle up for the ride of their lives on the Brexit roller coaster.

2018

Journey In The Danger Zone: Iraq

Documentary

In 2003, as a young soldier in the Royal Engineers, Adnan Sarwar was part of the British forces occupying southern Iraq. Now a journalist and writer he returns, 15 years after the invasion. 

The Bulger Killers: Was Justice Done?

Documentary

February 2018 marked the 25th anniversary of a unique crime that continues to impact British life: the abduction and murder of James Bulger by two ten-year-old boys – Robert Thompson and Jon Venables.  Key individuals involved in the trial are brought together for the first time since 1993 to debate whether, with Britain having one of the lowest ages of criminal responsibility in the world, justice was truly served. 

2018