In this new four-part Channel 4 series, ordinary coppers, teachers, GPs and secretaries lift the lid on their working lives with a level of candour & honesty that wasn’t possible while they were working. Each episode will focus on one profession. By seeing the past through their eyes, the series looks at Britain from the… [Continue Reading]
Lucy Worsley and Len Goodman take to the floor to reveal the untold story of British Dance. Over three episodes they’ll show how the nations favourite dances from the past four hundred years offer a fascinating window into British society and our relationships with one another. Each week, Lucy and Len will research and investigate… [Continue Reading]
With immigration at the forefront of the national news agenda, Nick Hewer and Margaret Mountford return to BBC ONE in this two-part social experiment that explores the impact of immigration on the UK. Five UK-born citizens from across London will be paired up with a range of immigrants to live and work alongside them and… [Continue Reading]
On the 17th of July 1918 the four daughters of the last Tsar Nicholas II, along with the rest of the imperial family, were brutally murdered in the bloody climax to the Russian revolution. Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia were the most photographed princesses of their day, attracting the same frenzied press attention as Princess… [Continue Reading]
Founded in 2005 by Daisy Goodwin, Silver River is known for high-quality, original programming and has been the recipient of numerous awards. Our programmes are viewed worldwide and we have sold over 20 programmes to 45 different countries.