Elton John: Uncensored
In this world-exclusive interview, Sir Elton John sits down with Graham Norton to look back at his extraordinary, 50-year Grammy and Academy Award-winning career.
Elton shares many candid, personal and laugh-out-loud stories documenting the highs and lows of his life in music.
From addiction battles to health scares and fatherhood, the Rocket Man discusses subjects that are usually out of bounds.
A Life in Ten Pictures - Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury of Queen was one of the most photographed men in history. But could a selection of photos uncover new truths about someone we all thought we knew? This revealing Freddie Mercury documentary looks at an extraordinary life through a unique lens of ten defining pictures, from iconic shots to private snaps. Secrets are revealed by those who were there and those who knew Freddie best.
A Life in Ten Pictures – Freddie Mercury is part of a 10-part series that uses iconic photography to explore the lives of global icons. This fascinating celebrity biography series uses forensic storytelling and interviews to get under the skin of Muhammad Ali, Amy Winehouse, Elizabeth Taylor, John Lennon, Tupac Shakur and more.
The worlds of TV and film have been rocked by countless shocking stories detailing the abuse and mistreatment of women.
Is the music industry now due its own #MeToo moment?
In this disturbing documentary, women who were groomed in their early teen years come forward to tell their stories. Some of the music business’s biggest stars are implicated.
Louis Theroux Interviews... Stormzy
After two years out of the spotlight, platinum-selling rapper Stormzy welcomes Louis Theroux into his London home. This frank and revealing conversation covers many aspects of his life, from his childhood to the breakdown of a high-profile relationship, as well as the pressures that come with fame. How does he cope with so much success at such a young age?
Prosecuting Hip Hop: Drill On Trial
The latest music genre to spark a wave of moral panic is Drill, a sub genre of hip hop that originated in Chicago in the early 2010s. Noted for an explicit style of lyricism and associated with crime, lawyers and rap experts are increasingly required to defend Drill artists and their music in court. But should these artistic statements ever be used in a legal context?