Digital & Tech (New & Future)

Mark Zuckerberg: The Billionaires Who Made Our World

Mark Zuckerberg: The Billionaires who made our world

Facebook and other social media platforms have changed the way we communicate forever. But who exactly is the mysterious man who created this ubiquitous social network? This revealing documentary looks at the life and career of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg focusing on his triumphs and failings. Is he just a misunderstood geek or a dangerous, ruthless operator?

Elon Musk's Twitter Storm

Elon Musk Twitter Storm

When one of the world’s richest men bought Twitter, almost everything there changed. Thousands of staff were fired, and users previously banned for breaking Twitter’s rules were reinstated. This fascinating documentary shows how Elon Musk’s ownership is transforming one of the world’s most influential social media platforms. Insiders reveal how hate and misogyny are thriving under the new owner.

Bill Gates: The Billionaires That Made Our World

Bill Gates

Bill Gates was the man who revolutionized tech. As a businessman, he was considered both visionary and ruthless. Then a remarkable transformation took place, and he began a mission to save the world. This fascinating documentary sets out to discover what makes this tech titan tick. Why did he swap business for philanthropy, and can he really make the world a better place?

The Murder of Grace Millane: Social Media Murders

Image of Grace Millane and her twitter profile on mobile

What role did social media play in the murder of 22-year-old British backpacker Grace Millane, who went missing while on a Tinder date in New Zealand in 2018? Featuring interviews with people who knew Grace or were involved with the investigation, this compelling true crime documentary explores this disturbing case that shocked the world.

Deepfake Porn: You Could Be Next

Stream Deepfake Porn: You Could Be Next on BBC Select

Most people think of deepfakes as manipulated video clips of world leaders, designed to create confusion. But the most pressing threat of deepfakes is not politics, but porn. Research shows around 96 percent of deepfake videos are pornographic, almost always involving non-consenting women.

This shocking documentary features women who have been impacted by this form of image-based sexual abuse.