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Botched Up Bodies
Channel 5,


| Medical, Educational, Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Documentary following some of Britain's top plastic surgeons who correct cosmetic surgery disasters.

All New Traffic Cops

Action-packed documentary series following Yorkshire-based law enforcers. Originally airing on BBC One (UK) series has been taken up by Channel 5 (UK) and renamed to All New Traffic Cops

Nightmare Tenants, Slum Landlords
Channel 5,


| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

The show is a documentary series in which cameras follow the victims and villains of the buy-to-let boom.

Secrets of Great British Castles

Historian Dan Jones explores the turbulent history behind six of Britain's most famous castles: Dover, the Tower of London, Warwick, Caernarfon, Stirling and Carrickfergus. Behind the walls of these celebrated strongholds are stories of intrigue, drama, romance, rebellion, and murder. Dan Jones recounts some of the many classic tales from 1000 years of British history, featuring a stellar cast of kings, queens, rogues, rebels, victims and villains.

Extreme Fishing with Robson Green

Experienced fly-fisherman and actor Robson Green travels the globe in search of the wildest, most elusive fish in the sea.

GPs: Behind Closed Doors
Channel 5,


| Documentary
Rating: 4.5/5

Touching, honest and hilarious, the series takes a look at the stresses, strains and joys of working in - and using - the health service in modern Britain.

Benefits Britain: Life on the Dole

The show lifts the lid on the reality of those in Britain living off of the state. Since welfare state launched, more Brit's then ever now claim benefits, with some people never working a day in their life.

Inside the Tower of London
Channel 5,


| Documentary
Rating: 2/5

The Tower of London opens up for an access all areas look at one of the most incredible historical sites in the world.

10,000 BC

Twenty men and women from every conceivable walk of life in modern Britain, are about to find out - the hard way. They have agreed to give up everything - possessions, technology, their home, creature comforts, ready meals, water on tap and their privacy - all to live in the wilderness as a Stone Age community.

Michael Palin in North Korea

Travelogue series delving into the notably private nation.