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Siblings
BBC Two,

2014

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 2/5

A comedy series broadcast on BBC THREE starring Tom Stourton and Charlotte Ritchie as brother and sister Dan and Hannah.


Louis Theroux's Altered States
BBC Two,

2018

| Documentary | ► Trailer
Rating: 5/5

Louis Theroux's Altered States exploring the unusual ways modern America deals with birth, love and death. Changing social attitudes and radical new laws have transformed how Americans can experience some of life's most intimate moments - how we raise children, how we love and even how we die.


Pramface
BBC Two,

2012

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Comedy series about two teenagers coming to terms with impending parenthood. After Jamie sleeps with Laura at a party, they later find that Laura is pregnant.


Inside the Factory: How Our Favourite Foods Are Made
BBC Two,

2015

| Documentary
Rating: 4.3/5

Gregg Wallace and Cherry Healey get exclusive access to some of the largest food factories in Britain to reveal the secrets behind food production on an epic scale.


Some Girls

The series following the life of Viva as she navigates the problems and pitfalls she faces on a daily basis as she grows up on a south London estate.


Insert Name Here
BBC Two,

2016

| Comedy, Game Show
Rating: 3.7/5

Comedy panel game in which host Sue Perkins asks two teams to decide who is the greatest of the many people who share a particular name.


The North Water

Set in the UK and the ice floes of the Arctic in the late 1850s, The North Water tells the story of Patrick Sumner, a disgraced ex-army surgeon who signs up as ship's doctor on a whaling expedition to the Arctic. On board he meets Henry Drax, the harpooner, a brutish killer whose amorality has been shaped to fit the harshness of his world. Hoping to escape the horrors of his past, Sumner finds himself on an ill-fated journey with a murderous psychopath. In search of redemption, his story becomes a harsh struggle for survival in the Arctic wasteland.


Trigonometry
BBC Two,

2020

| Comedy | ► Trailer
Rating: 4/5

Funny and full of sexual tension, Trigonometry has emotional and psychological truthfulness at its heart. This is a world of consequences, in which the characters have everything to lose. As this unusual relationship becomes unavoidable, the trio approach it with the prudence of people in their 30s, and overthink it in a way only this generation can. But even when common sense, friends and family is telling them that this relationship is doomed, they simply cannot be apart.


Man in an Orange Shirt
BBC Two,

2017

| Drama | ► Trailer
Rating: 4.7/5

In his first screen drama, best-selling British novelist Patrick Gale tells two gay love stories, 60 years apart - stories linked by family, and by a painting that holds a secret that echoes down the generations.


Civilisations (2018)

Inspired by Kenneth Clark's ground-breaking BBC series from 1969, BBC Two's nine-part series Civilisations introduces a new generation to great masterworks of beauty and ingenuity. From the first marks on cave walls made forty thousand years ago, to the art of the present, Civilisations will offer the perspectives of three presenters, Simon Schama, Mary Beard and David Olusoga, on humanity's desire to create. They will travel far and wide across six continents to find answers to fundamental questions about human creativity. The series will examine what makes a civilisation. It will look at paintings, sculptures and architecture that have enriched, challenged and unsettled human beings across the world and reveal the artists who made them and the cultures that produced them.


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