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In Production

Coming 2024 / 2025

History's Greatest Aircraft

History’s Greatest Aircraft is a series that takes a look at some of the most impressive technical marvels of engineering to have ever taken off into the sky. Each episode delves into a different aircraft that has seen service in armed conflicts to analyse its service history and recount some of its most legendary stories. In getting up close and personal with surviving versions of the original planes, this series provides a fascinating look into the past and how history can influence the future. We are now in pre-production for series 3.

Gentleman Racer

1958: Steve is left a paternal orphan at birth, but incredibly his father, race driver training legend Jim Russell, actually meets him once, him when he’s hours old, because he’s in THE SAME HOSPITAL recovering from his Le Mans GP injuries. 


Forty years later they are reunited, then sixty plus years later (2021) Steve he buys his late Dads old race car and sets out to learn to be a race driver. All set against the backdrop of historic Gentlemen’s GP racing as we follow the circus.

Nazi's Lost Squadron

As the Nazi regime faltered in early 1944, the Luftwaffe were called to put on a show of force in Hungary, supporting a Budapest military parade designed to reinforce that Germany and it’s armies were still in charge. Eight of the Luftwaffe's crack 109 fighter pilots took off, buzzed the parade and illustrated their mastery of the air - flying off from the Hungarian capital over the Mountains beyond, heading for their home base. The aircraft and their pilots were never seen again, sparking a decades long mystery - were they shot down, ran out of fuel, defected to the allies or was their fate altogether more grim?


75 years later some remnants of the aircraft began to reappear. 


We join one of the worlds foremost 109 experts, pilots and restorers, as he travels to the mountains in an incredible, life changing attempt to recreate what happened on that fateful day. We also join him his secret restoration facility in the north of the country, as one recovered wrecks from that very flight takes shape once again and prepares for its first flight since it disappeared so mysteriously.

D-Day Archive 

We follow the events and preparations leading up to D-Day and with full archive footage and voices from the people that were there. We go into the bloody battles on each beach head on the day then follow the soldiers that claim back land deep into France. 


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A beautiful, feel good and heartwarming series as we join a team of volunteers in Norfolk, England, operating an entire railway system, shuttling between tourist resorts. We join their thriving hub during the summer as the public, in all their forms, throng to the pretty Norfolk towns they serve, bringing fun, chaos, and unusual twists. We go behind the scenes at the steam engine workshops, the model railway shop, the second handbook store, and the thriving restaurant, as the team prepare themselves for the climate challenge. 


A remarkable, visually stunning tour of the video games industry from the 1950s to the present day.


Starting from a laboratory experiment in the 1950s, where a single oscilloscope produced a bouncing tennis game that was the direct ancestor to ‘Pong’, through the ‘home brew’ computer games of the 1960’s, on to the explosion of the pub and bar machine games of following decades, we track the fascinating, and often cutthroat world of public gaming.

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Given the steep rises in train fares... A fun team of car experts scour the auctions to show viewers how to buy, fix, insure and run a car for less than the price of their season ticket.


Fun fixes, some disasters, wrong turns, different cars and styles, and a treasure trove of other hints and tips. Your desire for a cheap to buy and run car might in your mind look like anew supermini... but the reality is, when you’re in the hands of the BCC squad, you’ll have a safe and practical car, perhaps a four or five doors. Those doors almost certainly wont all be the same colour if they need to be replaced, and matching bumpers are a bonus, but thats Britains Cheapest Car.

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