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The Nightmare Neighbour Next Door

This series features a mixture of eyewitness testimony and footage from CCTV and phones to take a look at different traumatic and bizarre experiences of people who have become involved in disputes with their neighbors.


Celebrity Botched Up Bodies
Channel 5,

2016

| Reality
Rating: 4/5

Behind-the scenes access to the surgeons who fix disastrous surgeries of celebrities.


Botched Up Bodies
Channel 5,

2013

| Medical, Educational, Documentary
Rating: 5/5

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


Chris Tarrant: Extreme Railway Journeys

Chris Tarrant explores some of the world's oldest and most scenic railway journeys.


Secret Scotland with Susan Calman
Channel 5,

2019

| Documentary
Rating: 5/5

Susan Calman pulls back the curtain on some of Scotland's most iconic destinations. From Loch Ness to Edinburgh Castle and Rosslyn Chapel to Skara Brae, she will discover the untold tales and secret stories behind a host of world-famous locations. With privileged access, Secret Scotland With Susan Calman takes an in-depth look at the history, characters and treasures hidden throughout the country. Viewers will be guided throughout by Calman as she adopts a hands-on approach to this adventure, taking tips from experts across a range of Scotland's traditions, with everything from Highland Dancing in a medieval castle to Golf in its spiritual home of St. Andrews.


Celebrity Big Brother's Bit On The Side

The place to catch up on all things Celebrity Big Brother. Join Rylan for the latest news and reactions from the House, plus celebrity guests and live debates in the studio.


Eight Days That Made Rome
Channel 5,

2017

| Drama, History, Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 3/5

Eight Days That Made Rome is a docu-drama that leaves behind the conventional chronologies of Rome's thousand-year history and brings razor-sharp focus to eight days that created, tested and defined its greatness. Each programme works as a stand-alone, as strong in its own right as part of a series and reveals a Rome relevant to us today, with its noblest and darkest instincts still resonating in the world around us. On-screen presenter Bettany Hughes discovers the significance and resonance of these Eight Days along with us, the viewer, as she explores key sites in Rome's empire and meets expert witnesses on subjects ranging from psychopathy to ancient religion.


Warship: Life at Sea

Documentary about Royal Navy destroyer HMS Duncan, following the ups and downs of everyday life for its crew of 280 and capturing dramatic moments in its operations.


Autopsy (UK)

A documentary series in which forensic pathologist Dr Richard Shepherd takes a look at different celebrity deaths.


GPs: Behind Closed Doors
Channel 5,

2013

| 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.