Who Do You Think You Are? Anita Rani. BBC1. Celebrity genealogy series. Journalist Anita Rani sets out to see if she can find out more about what happened to her grandfather during the Partition of India
Growing Up Downs. Documentary telling the incredible story of a group of young actors with Down's syndrome who set out to create a touring production of Shakespeare's Hamlet. Along the way the play begins to blur with their real lives, leading to romance, rows and revelations. This funny, intimate and uplifting film is directed by William Jessop, the brother of leading man Tommy
Secrets of the Universe: Great Scientists In Their Own Words. BBC4. Film telling the story of the greatest physicists of the 20th century and the discoveries they made, told in their own words. Men and women who transformed our understanding of the universe, from unlocking the secrets of the atom to solving the mysteries of the cosmos
Fair Cop: A Century of British Policewomen. With 2015 marking the 100th anniversary of the first British policewoman being given the power of arrest, this film takes us through the remarkable history of 100 years of Britain's female police force. It explores the individual careers and ambitions of women police officers who, through their bravery and guile, were determined to succeed in a profession that never wanted them.
Weekly Wipe. Charlie Brooker and guests cast their collective eyes over all that the telly, cinema, news and computer games have to offer, in order to wring a little laughter from a hilariously troubled world
24 Hours In Police Custody. Bedfordshire Police allowed more than 80 cameras to follow their work for this landmark documentary series from the makers of 24 Hours in A&E
My Self Harm Nightmare. Are blogs and websites responsible for increasing rates of eating disorders and self-harm? This intimate documentary meets three young women who have drawn into this online world.