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The De Havilland Comet was the world’s first ever passenger jet airliner, travelling faster than any of its rivals


This fascinating documentary reveals the truth behind the series of horrific accidents, using never before seen archive, new analysis of the original accident reports and access to BAE Systems company archives.


TRASHED - Environmental documentary with Jeremy Irons

A retrospective view of The Jam, as told through archival footage, interviews with band members, and commentary from those influenced by the band and its music.


Trashed is an environmental documentary film, written and directed by British film-maker Candida Brady.

It follows actor Jeremy Irons as he investigates the global scale and impact of humanity's modern wasteful consumerism and pollution.



The Jam About The Young Idea
Comet: A Great British Air Disaster

Daniel Negreanu, the man, the legend, and the subject of this documentary that promises to take you into the mind and soul of one of the greatest poker players to have ever graced the felt.

George Melly's Last Stand

Moving, unexpectedly funny and completely frank documentary about the last months of the larger-than-life jazz singer and writer George Melly.


Diagnosed with vascular dementia and lung cancer, George is determined to keep on entertaining to the very end. Cared for by Diana, his wife of 44 years, he prepares for a new set of concerts with a finale at the 100 Club, the venue where he launched his career 60 years earlier.

Alex Stobbs: A Boy Called Alex

Alex is a boy who suffers from a severe form of Cystic fibrosis. He is also a gifted composer and musician. While suffering from the disease he undertakes the tough challenge of conducting Bach's Magnificat at Eton.

Eddie Izzard's Mandela Marathons

This series follows Eddie Izzard attempting to run 27 marathons in 27 consecutive days across South Africa to commemorate each of the 27 years of Nelson Mandela’s incarceration.

Eddie brings his humour and humanity to bear on the most difficult and moving of subjects.

As he travels the country, Eddie stops off at the places that matter most to Mandela, meets the people whose lives he has touched and reveals the chaotic story of a country that has undergone radical change. Eddie experiences adversity along the way and has to rapidly re-think his plans, producing a moving tribute to Nelson Mandela.