Each compelling episode takes Jon Sistiaga to a unique dark place linked by the theme of shattered childhoods – from the webcams of the Philippines to a prison in Colombia, we meet with the abusers and the abused. Filmed with bold honesty and sensitivity, this is a series like nothing you have seen before.
Rise of the Trolls
Has internet anonymity unleashed a ‘dark demon’ lurking in all of us? A film that reveals the hard truths surrounding anonymity, dark instincts and freedom on the internet.
Smartphones have put the internet into our pockets and billions of people around the world are now connected online. Our lives have improved greatly, but this “freedom” has also made us vulnerable to a new kind of predator...
Taboo: And in the End, Death
Although death is an essential part of life, society hides, ignores and makes a taboo out of it. Jon Sistiaga confronts the act of dying and how we can die in five episodes across multiple countries, where euthanasia, suicide or the right to die with dignity are approached with an emotion and depth rarely seen on television.
Episode 1 – Prologue
Every year 57 million people...
Journey to Space
Narrated by Patrick Stewart and available in native 4K and 3D, Journey to Space reveals that Nasa’s next era will be its greatest yet. Journey to Space showcases the exciting plans NASA and the space community are working on, and the challenges they must overcome to carry out audacious missions from landing astronauts on Mars to capturing asteroids.
We put into historical...
This global eleven-part series takes us in to the worlds of the gangs of Honduras, Elephant poaching in Africa, the War Lords of Somalia, settlers’ of the Occupied Territories, the bomb disposal unit of Afghanistan, Albinos in Tanzania and far beyond..
Why do we accept huge levels of inequality and social injustice? This is one of the central questions we set out to answer, beginning with a surprising set of social experiments in Norway, which suggest that our willingness to support systems of inequality is far greater than we are often prepared to admit.
Victims and perpetrators from Jordan, India and Palestinian Territories share their stories of how the custom of honour killings has forever changed their lives. Broader commentary from officials and activists fighting this horrific tradition combine to create a comprehensive picture of this brutal practice.
Mobilising working-class transgender hairdressers and beauty queens, the dynamic leaders of the world’s only LGBT political party wage a historic quest to elect a trans woman to the Philippine Congress.
In A Revolution in Four Seasons, two politically opposed young women fight to shape their lives along with the political future of Tunisia, the sole country to emerge from the Arab Spring uprisings as a functional democracy.
Three girls, three Internet sensations; all pass away before they turn 21. Millions knew their stories but did anyone know the truth? Timelines is an intimate exploration of what it means to live and die online, and grieve in the digital age.
One of the worse subway disasters in history occurs when a train derails, killing 43. Faced with a media blackout & wall-of-silence from the government, a group of families of the victims begin what appears to be a hopeless cause, find the truth about what happened that fateful day & seek justice for those who died.
The worlds first documentary made with inside access to the PKK Kurdish separatist group, who are considered a terrorist organisation by Turkey, the US and NATO. The result is an up close examination of one of the sides of the undeclared war going on in Turkey for decades; the PKK guerillas.