Win Your Wish List, hosted by Shane Richie, sees couples work together to win the prizes of their dreams. With one asking the other the questions, will they be able to hold their nerve and take the pressure as they attempt to win their wish lists?
Entrepreneur Hilary Devey persuades bosses from companies around Britain to leave their business for three weeks and let the staff run the shop instead.
In this game show hosted by Paddy McGuinness, one contestant could take home thousands of pounds with the help of 10 members of the Great British public, aka the ‘Benchmarkers’.
Baz Ashmawy of 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy fame heads up The Fanatics, a gameshow celebration of the intense passion of the super-fan. The Fanatics pits three contestants against each other in a bid to be proven the most devoted and win their dream prize.
In a new six-part series for BBC Three, Tough Young Teachers follows six trainee teachers on one of Britain’s toughest graduate programmes, Teach First. This is the first time the sometimes gruelling, often life changing journey of a new teacher has been filmed.
Davina McCall hosts the brand new game show where contestants need nerves of steel to complete five challenges in five minutes before the hourglass full of cash starts to drain away.
In 2010, 38-year-old Sarah Colwill's life was changed forever. She was rushed to hospital suffering from what she thought was a severe migraine, but when she woke up her local Plymouth accent had disappeared leaving her sounding Chinese.
Draw it! is hosted by the hilarious Mel Giedroyc (Great British Bake Off) and sees two teams, made up of one contestant and one celebrity, go head to head as they battle it out in three rounds of drawing challenges in an attempt to win £5000!
Victory Television has overseen the transformation of this classic format from a pre-recorded show to a live interactive programme. Broadcast in 118 countries around the world, breaking ratings records in almost every territory, Millionaire has won over 65 awards globally, including a BAFTA, an Emmy® and multiple National Television Awards.
A spectacular one-off TV special dedicated to Beyoncé who performed her best loved hits as well as tracks from her latest multi platinum selling album '4' in front of an audience full of her biggest fans.
The Exit List is a spectacular game show based on an epic challenge in which contestants can win up to £200,000.
One in 25,000 children are born with acondroplasia, the most common form of dwarfism, each year . But how does being small affect family life?
A unique one off special starring one of the UK's best loved stars, to celebrate ten years since winning Pop Idol.
A documentary presented by former Premier League defender Clarke Carlisle exploring racism in football expected to be broadcast on the night John Terry’s trial for alleged racism concludes.
Since the tragic suicide of Gary Speed in 2011, football has had to face up to a stigma in the game: mental illness. But is there a still taboo in the game?
A new generation of young British football fans is responsible for trebling violent incidents since 2007. Last season the police clamped down on football-related public disorder with 600 new football banning orders and nearly 3,000 arrests. This documentary follows Britain's youth football firms across the 2013/14 season.