Culture

Exploring India with Bettany Hughes

Exploring India with Bettany Hughes

India is a land of incredible architectural wonders and amazing sacred sites. Author and historian Bettany Hughes takes viewers through her curated selection of Indian treasures. Travelling across this diverse country from North to South, through amazing countryside and spectacular cities, in this cultural exploration she discovers the fascinating past of this epically beautiful sub-continent.

Men for Sale: Life of a Male Escort

men for sale

With the number of male escorts seemingly on the rise, award-winning filmmaker Ben Zand takes a journey through this intriguing and sometimes secretive world. In this eye-opening documentary, Ben meets three men who offer very different services to a variety of clients. He also tries out for a top escort agency to see what it takes to enter this controversial profession.

Camilla's Country Life

Camilla's Country Life

To mark her 75th birthday, Country Life Magazine invited The Duchess of Cornwall (now the Queen Consort) to be its guest editor. This revealing documentary follows Camilla as she invites celebrity guest writers to explore her personal passions, especially her love of animals and nature. Tackling the issues closest to her heart, the real impact of her extensive charity work is revealed.

The Mormons Are Coming

The Mormons Are Coming

Every year, 30,000 missionaries are called to serve the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It’s the largest full-time missionary force of any church. Most are under 25 and away from home for up to two years. Europe’s biggest training center is located in the north of England. This documentary follows three young missionaries through the first few months of training and work in the field.

The Story Of The London Underground

The Story Of The London Underground

London’s beloved Tube was the first underground train system on the planet. Historian Robin Bextor follows the story of its construction in this unique history documentary. Practical, efficient, organized and yet infuriating and confusing, this remarkable public transit system typifies everyday life in London. Most Londoners take it for granted but it’s vital for the efficient running of the city.