The Final Update From Inside Britain's Legal Red Light District
08 March 2019
uncovering how gangs operating in cities have expanded their drug operations into the countryside and seaside towns.
As more gangs are moving into the countryside, the competition, rivalries and violence has increased. see how this secretive and dangerous trade works, and the impact it has on the young runners at the heart of it, as well as the rural communities across the UK
11 Mar 2019
As the financial world watches, Prime Minister May gets what looks like her final chance to resell her EU leaving deal to sceptical MPs. We hear from Helen Thomas, a former adviser to the UK Chancellor George Osborne and also from Michael Hughes, an independent economist.
The film features the world famous teenage Parkour group from Guildford called Brewman.
The reputation of their sport is under threat with people wrongly linking it to Urban Ex, which includes more illegal stunts such as train surfing. Co-founder of Brewman, Rikke Brewer’s goes train surfing with another crew. His train surfing Paris Metro clip opened a new chapter in British train surfing. It sparked a new generation of copycat surfers keen to create their own viral presence and satisfy their need for an adrenaline fix. This causes conflict with Rikke and Brewman, who only want to do legitimate Parkour and distance themselves from train surfing.
8 Apr 2018
In Barcelona, James visits Dr Sergi Santos and his wife Maritsa, creators of one of the world’s most advanced sex robots and the answer, they suggest, to many couples' miss-matched libido. Sergi tests out his latest robot and James finds out how Maritsa copes with Sergi using the dolls himself.
In Japan, James meets two of the most human-like robots to have been created before discovering a darker side to the sex robot industry when he visits a factory mass-producing ultra-realistic dolls.
18 Sep 2018
Every year dozens of people in Northern Ireland are shot in the legs or assaulted by vigilante armed groups from their own neighbourhoods.
These paramilitary-style attacks are known as 'kneecappings' when they are shootings and they can be brutal. They can leave the victims, usually young men, with lifelong physical and mental injuries.
Stacey Dooley meets people who have been shot as well as people within affected communities who are standing up to the attackers, and she tries to speak to some of those behind the attacks.
20 May 2018
Single mum Carly wants to hit the town so has a confidence boosting boob uplift.
Beauty salon where experts and stylists from across the UK transform clients for an extra special event.
First shown in March 2018, Ben Zand explores allegations surrounding the sex life of R&B legend R Kelly, including accusations of holding women against their will in his home in Atlanta and running a degrading sex cult - allegations he denies.
24 Jan 2018
Heading to remote and hostile regions, she investigates who's really winning this cat-and-mouse battle between the drug cartels and the police. Along the way she reveals the impact that the west's insatiable desire for more potent drugs is having on the people caught in the crossfire.
Livvy Haydock explores the secretive world of gang girls, meeting a young woman whose 'initiation list' included the kidnap and rape of her friend.
London’s intake of this country's most harmful drug is boosted in December when British people drink 41% more alcohol than other months of the year.
25 year-old Nathaniel, who delivers alcohol after hours to some of London’s richest residents, and discover how young, drunk revellers are comforted by OAPs like 71 year old Katie.
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