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Iran & The West wins Banff Award
Iran & The West wins Banff Award
June 15 2010

Iran & The West has won best Political Documentary at the Rockie Non-Fiction Awards in Banff. It also picked up a Peabody from the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication on May 17 and a bronze medal at the 3 May New York Festival Awards.

Channel 4: What They Won't Tell Us
Channel 4: What They Won't Tell Us
April 29 2010

Do the political parties' pre-election promises add up? Are they even possible? Can the health service budget truly be ring-fenced? Can the deficit really be paid off without major tax rises? Will our jobs and pensions be protected after the election? Presented by Jon Snow, this programme examines the reality behind the pledges, assembling its own 'think tank' of the kind of people who have made these decisions, and who know what we're not being told.

Hunting the Edge of Space
Hunting the Edge of Space
March 11 2010

On the 20th anniversary of the launch of the Hubble Space Telescope, this two-hour special for NOVA/PBS examines how a simple instrument, the telescope, has fundamentally changed our understanding of our place in the universe. What began as a curiosity—two spectacle lenses held a foot apart—ultimately revolutionised human thought across science, philosophy and religion.

Cameron Uncovered
Cameron Uncovered
February 23 2010

Andrew Rawnsley, award-winning columnist and writer, has caused a furore while lifting the lid on Gordon Brown’s premiership. In Cameron Uncovered he brings viewers an inside portrait of David Cameron and the government that might be.

Skippy - Australia's First Superstar
Skippy - Australia's First Superstar
February 15 2010

The story of Australia’s most cherished TV star, Skippy the bush kangaroo: the crime-busting marsupial who conquered the world in the late 60s and early 70s. Fast, fun, entertaining, and nostalgic, Skippy is everything you always wanted to know about crime- fighting kangaroos.

Shark Week
Shark Week
August 28 2009

Shark Week has been running for 22 years and averages 25 million viewers. Brook Lapping has delivered two films this year, BLOOD IN THE WATER and SHARKBITE SUMMER.

VERSAILLES: The Dream of a King
VERSAILLES: The Dream of a King
July 13 2009

The life and loves of France’s most famous King - Louis XIV. Dubbed the Sun King by his admiring court, Louis conquered half of Europe, conducted dozens of love affairs and dazzled his contemporaries with his lavish entertainments. But perhaps his greatest achievement and his longest lasting love was the incredible palace he built at Versailles.