Celebrate Black Britishness through this innovative TV series. Follow a series of untold stories from new directors for Black History Month 2023.
Moments That Shaped Queer Black Britain
Charting key moments that shaped the history of Britain's black queer community.
Union with David Olusoga
National identity, social class, inequality. David Olusoga shines a light on our fractured modern society through the lens of the past, exposing the fault lines dividing the UK.
Virgil Abloh: How to Be Both
Film exploring the life of legendary designer Virgil Abloh. It tracks his spectacular ascent from Kanye West’s right-hand man to his role as artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton.
Hair Power: Me and My Afro
A taboo-busting look at how Afro-textured hair shapes Black experience in modern Britain, as writer Emma Dabiri talks to men and women about their hair stories.
Leigh-Anne: Race, Power And Pop
Little Mix’s Leigh-Anne Pinnock explores racism across the music industry and confronts her own experiences as the only black member of the band.
Ovie: Life After Reality TV
Professional basketball player and Love Island star Ovie Soko decides which direction to take his life as he explores the good and the bad of the reality TV industry.
Kelly Holmes: Being Me
Powerful documentary where Kelly opens up about significant parts of her life for the first time. We meet those closest to her and discover the emotional journey she's been on.
I Am Bolt
Captivating documentary profiling Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt, the fastest man in history. From training to partying, go behind the scenes as he prepares for Rio Olympics 2016.
Troy Deeney: Where's My History?
Footballer and anti-racism campaigner Troy Deeney sets out on a mission to get Black, Asian and minority ethnic histories and experiences on the curriculum in schools across the UK
In this opener, we meet Queen Mojo, who shows off some body positivity at a fashion show before getting vulnerable with Aunt Cassie.
The Truth About Police Stop & Search
In an emotional film, Jermaine Jenas examines the controversial police tactic of stop and search, with video recordings of several Black males interacting with police.
The Rap Game UK
Six new MCs. One amazing opportunity. Rap legends DJ Target, Krept and Konan hunt for the next big MC to take over the scene.
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