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British Army GirlsBritish Army Girls

This is a documentary series following 47 women through the British Army's grueling 14-week training period.


Although there have always been transgender people, awareness of gender-fluidity has exploded into public consciousness in recent years with an increasing number of young people feeling less tethered to the gender they were born into and the gender roles expected of them. Genderquake explores the gender identities being adopted by a new generation of millennials. To get to the heart of the topic eleven young Brits will live together under one roof for one week. The eleven people come from across the spectrum of gender and sexuality and all have strong - and varied - opinions on the subject. During their stay they will get the chance to get to know each other and explore their differing views. But with such a divisive topic at the heart of their stay, will anyone's opinions and viewpoints be swayed along the way with preconceptions changed by the end of their time together?

The 11 O'Clock ShowThe 11 O'Clock Show
Channel 4, 1998 | Comedy

The 11 O'Clock Show was a satirical late-night British television comedy series on Channel 4, which featured topical sketches and commentary on news items. It ran from 30 September 1998 to 8 December 2000, most notably, while hosted by Iain Lee and Daisy Donovan. The show is noted for launching the careers of Ricky Gervais, Sacha Baron Cohen and Charlie Brooker.

London LiveLondon Live

Listen up, London's calling. Discover the newest musical acts before the next guy does and hear the next song to import straight to your play list. Experience UK's exploding music scene for yourself in this live performance showcase.

Jimmy's ForestJimmy's Forest

Country boy, farmer, insect lover and natural history enthusiast, Jimmy Doherty thinks Britain's woods are fantastic places - if you know what you're looking at. Filmed over the course of a year in a pristine Norfolk wood, Jimmy's Forest charts the seasonal transformation of the forest.

Channel 4, 1999 | Documentary
Rating: 4/5

Eurotika is a Channel 4 documentary film on European exploitation cinema. The documentary is similarly themed to Pete Tombs's book Immoral Tales: European Sex and Horror Movies 1956-1984. During the 1960s and 1970s, European low-budget films went kinky, emerging as a new type of cinema that blended eroticism, surrealism, horror, and over-the-top atmospherics.

Mo Gilligan: Black, British and FunnyMo Gilligan: Black, British and Funny

Mo Gilligan goes on a journey through his comedy roots, shining a well-deserved light on the British Black comedy circuit of the past 30 years.


One contestant has the chance to take home thousands of pounds, with the help from 10 members of the British Public aka 'Benchmarkers'. They have to answer a series of difficult numerical general knowledge questions with their answers setting the benchmark and then all the contestant has to do is decide whether the correct answer is higher or lower than the previous one.

Tom's Fantastic Floating HomeTom's Fantastic Floating Home

The series follows Tom Lawton as he transforms a derelict old boat into a fantastic and magical floating home, filled with different practical inventions.

The Art of FoleyThe Art of Foley
Channel 4, 2015 | Comedy

Comedy series about two Foley artists, both called Roger, who haven't had a hit in years. With studio engineer Jeremy, Roger M's wife Pippa & only fan Jacob, they try to rekindle their career.