What’s On: Long Form – March / April 2018

One Strange Rock
Channel: National Geographic
Production: Nutopia
Editor: Doug Howarth

From award-winning filmmaker Darren Aronofsky comes a mind-bending, thrilling journey that explores the fragility and wonder of planet Earth. Hosted by Academy Award-nominated actor Will Smith and featuring a cast of astronauts, the 10 part series promises to take viewers on a mind bending journey around the globe. | More


Tiredness, Tears and Tantrums: Diary of a New Mum
Channel: BBC Three
Production: BBC
Additional Editor: Rohan Thomas

Documentary in which Annie Price, who is about to become a mother for the first time, reveals the reality of becoming a parent. Having been through her fair share of tough times - surviving a caravan fire at four weeks old and being left with extensive scarring - Annie brings her unfiltered honesty to the first six weeks of motherhood. | More


Paddington Station 24/7
Channel: Channel 5
Production: ITV Studios
Editors: Simon Abrahams, Gabriel Edvy

New series of the programme that goes behind the scenes at one of the UK’s busiest transport hubs, beginning as `the Beast from the East’ meets Storm Emma and wreaks havoc across the network. Paddington is hit by some of the heaviest snowfall in years and Rail Control holds a crisis meeting about closing the station – an emergency action that has only been taken a handful of times since the Second World War. | More


The Repair Shop
Channel: BBC Two
Production: Ricochet
Editor: Jonathan Kelly

A team of Britain’s most passionate and skilled crafts people rescue broken objects and restore them to their former glory. An antidote to throwaway culture, the show shines a light on the wonderful treasures to be found in homes across the country. | More


Seven Year Switch
Channel: Channel 4
Production: 7 Wonder Productions
Editor: Simon Abrahams

The UK version of the US fly-on-the-wall dating show which is also a storming success in Australia. Four brave couples switch partners in a bid to save their failing relationships. But what if their eyes are opened and swapping partners makes them tempted to stray? | More


The Ruth Ellis Files: A Very British Crime Story
Channel: BBC Four
Production: Wall to Wall
Editor: Damian Knight

In 1955 Ruth Ellis was the last woman hanged in Britain for the murder of her lover. In this investigative three-part series film-maker Gillian Pachter re-examines the case. | More


The Job Interview
Channel: Channel 4
Production: Label1
Editor: Katherine Lee

The intimate and upbeat observational series that follows real people in real interviews. This second season of the programme sees candidates apply for jobs at well-known brands from Virgin Trains to Hilton Hotels, Aston Martin and Champneys. | More


Yianni: Supercar Customiser
Channel: Dave
Production: Barcroft TV
Editor: Alan Harris

Car customiser to the stars, Yianni Charalambous is the man the rich and famous trust with their precious rides. With a client list that includes some of the biggest names in the world of sport and entertainment, Yianni is in high demand. However, as this unique series shows, life at the top isn't always straightforward. | More


Love and Drugs on the Street: Girls Sleeping Rough
Channel: BBC Three
Production: Films of Record
Editor: Aldo Paternostro

Eye-opening stories of the daily lives of women sleeping rough on Brighton’s streets. Rough sleeping in England has risen for the 7th year running, with Brighton and the South-East having the highest numbers outside London. We follow Kelly and Charlotte as the temperature on the streets starts to drop. | More


Dispatches – The Week Britain Froze
Channel: Channel 4
Production: ITN Productions
Editor: Rohan Thomas

This episode of the award-winning investigative current affairs programme examines the causes of the Beast from the East, tells extraordinary stories of human courage, and asks if this freezing weather is a sign of things to come. | More