We Are England

April 2022

My Hometown: Livvy Haydock: My Hometown

4.0 8 x
Investigative journalist Livvy Haydock reveals how her past led her to chase down violent criminals.
March 2022

True Crime: Who Killed Dad?

4.0 24 x
In 1986, Peter and his lover Lindy were shot dead in Rake, Hampshire. Their killer has never been found. With the help of Sussex police, his sons are searching for answers.

Made in England: A Very British Bike Factory - West London

3.0 33 x
Can apprentices learning the traditional welding technique of brazing stand the heat as they join an iconic folding bike company during a period of unprecedented demand?

Sporting Heroes: Fighting for Me

4.0 10 x
Portsmouth boxer Ebonie gets back in the ring after a relationship that knocked her confidence, and starts living her sporting dreams again.

A Place Called Home: Hanging On To Home

3.0 25 x
Yacob owns his home on an estate, but the council wants to knock it down and build a new development. Now they’re the last family left in the block, fighting to save their home.
February 2022

Belonging: Our Skate Park Life - Hastings

4.0 14 x
Riders in Hastings prepare for one of England’s top BMX competitions. Will their captain, Stu, be able to take the heat and take his team to victory?

Farming England: Farming on the Spectrum - Oxfordshire

4.8 52 x
Thirty years ago, an Oxfordshire cattle farm invited a group of autistic children through its gates. Now it’s a haven for people on the autism spectrum. But can it keep thriving?

Bossing It: The Beauty Boss

4.0 64 x
Ama went into the pandemic unemployed. A year later, her new wellness business had made its first million. Can she keep it growing amid mounting challenges?

The Night Shift: Life Blood

4.0 30 x
Blood donation fell with Covid-19, now the NHS is on its biggest blood drive ever. And one NHS staffer is inspired to give even more than blood to a stranger - her kidney.
January 2022

Mental Health: Becoming Dad - Watford, Kent

4.0 12 x
One in ten dads in the UK struggles with post-natal depression, yet it often goes unacknowledged. This film follows Elliott Rae’s campaign to get more mental health support for dads.
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