Happily, the majority of the BAFTA winning TV shows this year are available to watch for free on Freeview Play, here's our current top ten. For more recommendations check out Channel 100 on your Freeview Play TV now.
Alma's Not Normal, BBC iPlayer
After a recent break-up, Alma tries to get her life back on track. But with no job, no qualifications and a rebellious streak a mile wide, it is not going to be easy. Meanwhile, her heroin-addicted mum has been sectioned for arson, and her vampish grandma Joan wants nothing to do with it.
Uprising, BBC iPlayer
1981: a devastating fire leaves 13 black teens dead. The protests, unrest and accusations of indifference defined race relations for a generation. From director Steve McQueen.
Time, BBC iPlayer
A prisoner consumed by guilt, an officer with an impossible choice. What does it take to survive? A tense story of punishment and principles, starring Sean Bean and Stephen Graham.
Fearless: The Women Fighting Putin, ITV Hub
The BAFTA-winning Exposure strand follows the dramatic stories of three leading women activists who have decided to stay in Russia and take a stand against Vladimir Putin.
The Missing Children, ITV Hub
Telling the extraordinary and moving stories of some of the children who survived life at the Tuam mother and baby home in Ireland.
Stath Lets Flats, All 4
Stath works for the family business Michael & Eagle and wrestles not be outshone by their top agent, ruthlessly ambitious Carole.
We Are Lady Parts, All 4
Nida Manzoor's anarchic and irreverent music comedy about a Muslim female punk band - called Lady Parts - who are on a mission to find a lead guitarist and maybe, just maybe, get a proper gig.
Help, All 4
Drama set in a fictional Liverpool care home in spring 2020. A carer (Jodie Comer) who bonds with a patient (Stephen Graham) is put to the test in horrific circumstances as the Covid-19 pandemic hits.
Big Zuu's Big Eats, UKTV Play
Grime artist and self-taught chef Big Zuu takes his food truck to Croydon to meet with Jimmy Carr and cook his ultimate meal ready for when he steps off stage.
In My Skin, BBC iPlayer
Bethan deals with the quiet heartbreak of an imperfect family and the awkwardly real anxieties of teenage life and sexuality. A bittersweet story with Welsh wit and grit.
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