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Inside Obama's White House
Inside Obama's White House
April 21 2016

For the first time, President Obama and his inner circle tell the story of what happened when he tried to reshape America – and the world – from inside a White House unlike any other in history.

Louboutin: The World's Most Luxurious Shoe
Louboutin: The World's Most Luxurious Shoe
August 11 2015

This documentary has unprecedented access behind the scenes of Christian Louboutin's extraordinary world as he attempts to introduce his famous footwear to new super-rich markets in Asia.

 

Hiroshima: The Aftermath
Hiroshima: The Aftermath
July 06 2015

The day that changed the world forever.

Exposure: The Kill List
Exposure: The Kill List
February 11 2015

The documentary looks at the US Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC) - an operation set to up identify and eliminate terror cells, insurgents and former regime elements - helped by the SAS. It examines how they targeted, captured and killed insurgents during the two conflicts and the consequences its legacy has left behind today.

Extreme Brat Camps
Extreme Brat Camps
October 08 2014

Brat Camps are an extreme youth disciplinary concept that's firmly embedded in American culture. Produced by Brook Lapping for Channel 4 True Stories `Extreme Brat Camps' aims to shed light on this controversial industry.

Perspectives: Freddie Mercury Saved My Life with Alfie Boe
Perspectives: Freddie Mercury Saved My Life with Alfie Boe
May 15 2014

One of Alfie Boe's greatest influences has always been the enigmatic frontman of Queen, Freddie Mercury, with his own musical career being fused with a passion for the rock band. As an early rock-opera experiment, a young Boe made a demo for Queen’s sound engineers at Abbey Road, and last year performed on stage with its lead guitarist, Brian May.

The Iraq War
The Iraq War
May 28 2013

How did the US and British governments come to make so many mistakes over Iraq?  This is one of the greatest mysteries of the past decade.  In this series, for the first time, top members of the governments involved – not just those of the UK and US but also of  Iraq, both Saddam Hussein’s and his successors’ – describe how they wrestled with the big decisions, and with each other.

Putin, Russia & The West wins Peabody Award
Putin, Russia & The West wins Peabody Award
May 22 2013

Putin, Russia & The West can be purchased (UK only) at Blinkbox and iTunes.

Margaret Thatcher Obituary
Margaret Thatcher Obituary
April 24 2013

Sky Atlantic screened Brook Lapping's hour-long obituary for Margaret Thatcher on Monday 8th April at 8pm.

CHATEAU CHUNDER
CHATEAU CHUNDER
November 12 2012

It's the 1970s and Australian wine is a joke - not for drinking, as Monty Python put it, but for 'laying down and avoiding'. The idea that a wine made Down Under could ever challenge the august products of Burgundy or Tuscany has wine buffs and snobby sommeliers sniggering into their tasting spoons. But little more than 40 years later, Australian winemaking is leading the world. London merchants sell more wine from Australia than from any other country, while the chastened French wine industry reluctantly take note of how modern winemaking - and wine marketing - is really done.