Rebels, Radicals, Mavericks, Change Makers. I Am Rebel is a documentary series about outsiders finding their voices in the underworlds of vice and proving that change only happens when you break the rules. New York’s first crime scene photographer, Weegee, shines a light on organized crime. Louis Moore hijacks Southern Airways Flight 49 to seek justice against police brutality in Detroit. Chemist Alexander Shulgin creates a backyard laboratory where he invents the psychedelic drug, MDMA. Kevin Mitnick is the first "darkside hacker" to use "social engineering" against the FBI and in turn helps draw attention to computer security.
Series following a British family that buys a French chateau over the course of a year, as they restore the building after 40 years of standing empty.
Across the planet, animals are joining forces to hunt, stay alive, build homes, keep warm, solve complex problems, or complete amazing feats. Partnerships were once thought rare in the animal kingdom, and it's not just animals of the same species teaming up; often completely unrelated species become unlikely collaborators. By teaming up, animals can achieve incredible things, proving that animals are better when they're together.
The natural history documentary follows the work of tough Australian Chris `Brolga' Barnes, who featured in his own BBC Two documentary series a couple of years ago, and has dedicated his life to rescuing and raising orphaned kangaroos in the outback near Alice Springs.
Animal Reunions have captured the imaginations of millions of people worldwide. YouTube is full of animal reunion stories - moments that illustrate and capture genuine affection and emotion between and among species. These rare moments provide a fleeting window into the emotional capacities of animals and their ability to form bonds with humans. But can wild animals really feel joy, devotion and love? Most animal lovers are convinced that they do, and now scientists are beginning to agree as we discover the stories that bring those animal emotions to life.
George Clarke and leading architects show that even the ugliest house can be transformed into a home to be proud of, proving that great design doesn't have to cost the earth.