In the 1980s, "Fast Eddie" Davenport made a name for himself as the host of hedonistic parties for teenage aristocrats. By 2011, he was better known as one of Britain's richest fraudsters.
Once regarded as something that happens exclusively in Guy Ritchie films and on Gypsy sites, bare-knuckle boxing is fast becoming a thriving scene in the UK—the ultimate British blood sport.
The story of Sally Burke and her 13-year-old daughter Maisie, who has been placed in a psychiatric ward 118 miles away from home.
In 2010, we followed the lives of two 19-year-olds—Tory Joe Clarke and Lib Dem Alan Belmore–in the run-up to the election. Five years on, we filmed them meeting for the first time to discuss the last five years of coalition rule.
Meeting Britain's 'lost boys' – young men who've spent so much time in Young Offenders' Institutes , they'd rather be inside than in the real world.
Meeting Britain's "lost boys"—young men who've spent so much of their lives in Young Offenders' Institutes, they'd rather be inside than in the real world.
Meeting Britain's "lost boys"—young men who've spent so much of their lives in Young Offenders' Institutes that they'd rather be inside than in the real world.
We went to Merida, on Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula, to meet the world's youngest bullfighter, his parents, and his younger brother, who is also on his way to being the best at an old (and questionable) Mexican tradition.
Watch as we traverse the moonlit A-roads of Britain to embed with one of the most notorious and misunderstood youth subcultures of the last 30 years: the boy racer scene—a spotlight on what kids in souped-up cars are doing in every town in the UK.
Shaun Smith is an ex-gangland terrorist trying to go straight.
Our documentary about the raucous underground UK wrestling scene. We follow Grado, starry-eyed wrestling superfan turned semi-pro wrestler, as he gears up for the biggest night of his life: a title fight for Glasgow's hedonistic Insane Championship...