Rome: Rise of a Superpower

An in-depth look at the Roman empire and it’s innovations which made it one of the greatest superpowers the world has ever seen.

  • 360 Productions / Channel 5
  • Director - Alex Rowson


A kids football themed programme taking viewers behind the scenes of the sport.

  • Disney XD
  • Director - Paul Benham

Far From Babylon: The Last Iraqi Jews

The story of the Iraqi diaspora. The fairytale life of the Jews in Baghdad, a life of balls, picnics and an economy going through the roof. The beautiful life disintegrates under a series of increasingly punitive regimes while Iraq is battered by coups and wars. Family by family, they managed to escape. All were gone by 1974 when Saddam, the worst in the succession of murderous leaders, was secure in power. Now all the characters play volleyball together on Monday nights, in central London.

  • BBC4
  • Director - Fiona Murphy

Canterbury Cathedral

A behind the scenes look at the inner workings of Canterbury Cathedral and its 250 personnel that keep things running smoothly.

  • BBC - BBC2
  • Director - Michael Waterhouse

The Lockerbie Bombing

Documentary marking the 25th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.

Secrets of Britain: Selfridges

Documentary about the rise of American businessman Harry Selfridge and how his department store became a UK icon.

  • Pioneer – PBS
  • Director: Sam Taplin

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

Pilot showing a behind the scenes look at the logistics and inner workings of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and what it takes to keep things running smoothly.

Britain’s Secret Treasures

A documentary featuring fifty archaeological discoveries that have been made in the UK by members of the public. The fifty finds have been selected from a panel of experts from the British Museum based on their historical and cultural significance.

  • ITV
  • Director: Michael Wadding

D-Day: As It Happens

A real time 24-hour historical event hosted by Peter Snow documents the progress of seven people who were there on D-Day through a series of moment-by-moment updates using archive film, photographs and official records.

World War I: Tunnels of Death

Documentary following an archaeological dig in Flanders, which uncovers some of WWI best preserved trenches, bunkers and tunnels. Shot over the course of a year this programme focuses on the events of 1917 when the British attempted to undermine the German strong points along the Messines ridge.

  • View production
  • 360 Productions – Channel 5, BBC Worldwide, PBS, Arte
  • Director: John Hayes Fisher