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How Drugs Work

How Drugs Work logoHow Drugs Work is a three-part series on the science of recreational drug use, revealing the chemical impact on the body of the most frequently used drugs cocaine, cannabis and ecstasy. The impact of these drugs is revealed using state-of-the-art visual effects and CGI to take viewers on a trip through the human body.

How Not to Live Your Life

How Not to Live Your Life logoDon is a single twentysomething who constantly fails to guide his way through life. His overactive mind doesn't help things as it plays out scenes of what he shouldn't say or do. When he moves into his recently deceased grandmother's house, he meets Eddie: his Gran's carer who doesn't want to leave. To help pay his rent, he decides to get a roommate in the shape of his teenage sweetheart...

How Sex Works

How Sex Works logoHow Sex Works is a documentary series which uses CGI as the series takes a look at the physiological, neurological and psychological changes that happen before, during and after sex.

I'm with Stupid

I'm with Stupid logoComedy series about an unlikely friendship that develops after a chance meeting between a homeless man and a stranger in a wheelchair.
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Ideal logoMoz is a small-time (hash only) drug dealer. He rarely sets foot outside the confines of his squalid Manchester flat he shares with his long-suffering girlfriend Nicki. He's a lazy slob basically - as Nicki comments, "Jesus, Moz. I've seen coma victims with more 'get-up-and-go'". The series provides a window onto his life, and the bizarre sequence of people who come round to score from him. His dealer is a dodgy copper, his girlfriend is fed up with him, and he has visits from a silent man who wears a cartoon mask.

In The Flesh

In The Flesh logoThe new series is written and created by Dominic Mitchell. His script begins after the Zombie Uprising has been quelled by the Human Volunteer Force and life is starting to return to normal. Any surviving zombies have been captured, medicated, held in an NHS holding facility in Norfolk and are being slowly re-integrated back into society, with the help of contact lenses and cover up mousse. The story follows teenager Kieran Walker and boldly goes where no zombie drama has gone before.


Japanorama logoA BBC documentary programme where presenter Jonathan Ross travels to Japan to explore Japan's current popular culture, and how it came to be that way. Based on Jonathan Ross's love for all things Japanese, Japanorama takes the viewer through post-war Japan, showing its amazing rise from the ashes of war in movies, TV-shows, anime, manga and more.

Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands

Junior Doctors: Your Life in Their Hands logoFollowing five hard years of study, seven ordinary twenty somethings are about to embark on one extraordinary career. Laying both their professional and private lives bare, the series sees how the junior doctors cope with juggling their new found responsibilities and being a young adult. The junior doctors will live together across three emotionally charged months, while working in roles that take us to the heart of some of the hospital's busiest departments; A&E, gastro, paediatrics and plastic surgery. Expect frustration, tears, laughter and elation as the reality of life for the young doctors starts to unfold in their journey from first day nerves to accomplished professional.

Junior Paramedics

Junior Paramedics logoThis series follows the lives of nine student paramedics as they go on their first ever placement with the East Midlands Ambulance Service. After just a few weeks in university they are thrown on to the emergency frontline at the busiest time of year - the six weeks leading up to Christmas when the ambulance service is pushed to breaking point.

Kick Ass Miracles

Kick Ass Miracles logoIn a new six-part series, Martial Arts expert Chris Crudelli travels the Far East discovering the beliefs that underpin the abilities of people who perform incredible feats. His journey takes him to extraordinary locations; from the deepest jungles of the Philippines to the foothills of the Himalayas, from remote temples in China to down-town Seoul.From the deserts of Rajasthan to fishing villages in Thailand he witnesses bloody and mind-boggling ceremonies, learns new martial arts, seeks explanations for the skills of the Masters and Gurus he encounters, and sees feats that defy science and reason.
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