Throughout the summer, we’re bringing you the GameChangers documentaries: 13 unmissable stories of passion, determination and inspiring extraordinary people. Pencil in every Tuesday night (and repeated on Saturday) in June, July and August. Check our TV Guide for timings.
A joyous look at culture, immigration, activism and community through the experience of the Maritime Bhangra Group - the viral dance sensation that dance for climate change awareness.
In celebration of the all-female focus in front of and behind the camera, the filmmakers turned the cameras on themselves, capturing their transformational journey.
The fascinating story of Jiyan, a female guerrilla fighter who devoted twenty years of her life in the Kurdish militant struggle, reveals women’s determination for freedom not only against another oppressive regime, but also against the patriarchy.
A fascinating look at the life of the incredible Aerobatics champions via a mosaic of short portraits of the highly competitive and risky sport.
Explore what it means to be a survivor and how intergenerational trauma affects families and generations. Will you let your trauma define you? Or will your past make you stronger?
An intimate peek inside the lives of four Black women who continuously raise the glass ceiling for future generations.
Discover and explore what might have been if Cold-War-warrior-turned-advocate-of-peace Robert F. Kennedy was not assassinated whilst campaigning for the presidency in 1968.
The trajectory of an African American girl-wonder, whose mathematical genius would catapult astronauts into space. Katherine Johnson is the outlier who broke race and gender boundaries.
A revealing insight into a world behind a window of black men and the idiosyncratic nature, social importance and traditions of men in the hair business.
Tues 8th & Sat 12th June at 10 pm
Malian singer Inna Modja takes us on a music-driven journey of hope, hardship, and perseverance across Africa’s ambitious Great Green Wall.
Tues 15th & Sat 19th June at 10 pm
A new perspective on Anne Frank's story as told by her step sister, Eva Schloss, a holocaust survivor whose life became indefinitely linked and inspired by Anne.
Tues 22nd & Sat 26th June at 10 pm
TransMilitary chronicles the lives of four incredible individuals defending their country's freedom while fighting for their own.
Tues 29th June & Sat 3rd July at 10 pm
Young Siphe November begins a remarkable journey as he leaves his small South African town to follow his dreams at Canada’s National Ballet School. A journey that reveals complexities beneath the surface of a beautiful and demanding art form.
Tues 6th & Sat 10th July at 10 pm