We’re currently in production on a 3 part series for ITV, 6 hour-long projects for National Geographic, four history series and a wildlife series that is coming out of our new office in Bristol.
The triumph and tragedy of a fighter pilot who wanted to be a woman and a medical student who longed to be a man. Together they achieved the impossible.
Secret History reveals the untold story of the tensions unleashed by the Queen's marriage to Prince Philip, when she struggled to reconcile love with the suspicions of her family and her government.
Dispatches investigates the networks supporting a wave of anti-gay laws around the world.
Hunted: The war against gays in Russia has been nominated for a News and Documentary Emmy for Outstanding Investigative Journalism - Long-Form.
This drama documentary looks behind the iron mask to focus on the intriguing complexities of the Duke of Wellington - his character, personality and relationships, told through his own words and the words of those who knew him best.
'My father shook up the establishment', claims Rupert Murdoch in this hour-long special that tells the true story behind the Gallipoli letter written in September 1915 by a young Australian journalist - Keith Murdoch.
Documentary portrait of celebrated British artist David Hockney. The man himself talks about his life and work, and the film draws upon home-video footage to re-create the moments that inspired his greatest works of art.
Congratulations to Blakeway who picked up the Popular Features Award at the One World Awards for Ebola: Frontline.
On the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill's death, Jeremy Paxman tells the story of the send-off which Britain gave to the man who led the country to victory in the Second World War.
Using specially-adapted cameras, Dr Javid records the physical and emotional impact of this deadly virus on whole families and on the medical staff treating them.