Mon, April 8th, 2019
Monday 8pm - 8.30pm, Channel 4
Under the Directive 2004/38/EC and EEA Regulations, the United Kingdom enjoys the right to free movement of workers. This right forms one of the four freedoms of the EU, of which the UK is currently a member, but not for much longer.
Mon, April 1st, 2019
Monday 9pm - 10pm, BBC2
The United Kingdom was scheduled to leave the European Union last weekend, but the political drama that has unfolded for over 2 years has left many people frustrated both sides of the channel. It is inevitable that during the next millennium, political historians will review and rebuff the situation as a ‘how not to do things’, comparing the turbulence to whatever else happens in the world on a monumental scale. This documentary reviews the whole Brexit process through the eyes of the BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg, she offers a fresh, detailed and unparalleled access to information. It’s not just a Brexit programme, it is the Brexit programme to watch.
Mon, March 25th, 2019
Thursday 10pm - 11pm, BBC4
For six decades the BBC has brought a wide variety of Sitcoms that have defined a nation, across the network they have rebooted and enhanced classics to bring joy to the younger generations. What the BBC have also done very well is utilise this documentary as sociological comparison into the sitcom and it’s reflection of British life through the period.
Tue, March 19th, 2019
Thursday 9pm - 10pm, BBC1
Theresa May and Sajid Javid both regularly find themselves at the centre of criticism for the dramatic increase in knife attacks in the UK, this is particularly true for the nation's capital. It is the young who are falling victim and for the year ending June 2018 crimes utilising knives or sharp objects rose to approximately 40000, this resulted in the deaths of 103 people under the age of 24 - almost double the number of victims from 2012. In the first 3 months of 2019 there have already been over 20 murders by knives, with many victims under the age of 20, including a completely innocent 17 year old girl in Romford and two 17 year old boys in Manchester.
Mon, March 11th, 2019
Tuesday 11.15pm - 12.15am, BBC2
Many people across the world instantly recognise the ‘Kennedy’ surname and associate it with John K Kennedy, yet it was his sister, Eunice, who has arguably had the biggest impact on people all around the world. This new BBC documentary tells her story and reveals how Eunice selflessly campaigned and dedicated her life to changing the lives of millions of people with intellectual disabilities through the power of sport.