This documentary meets three families who are raising their children under the off-grid parenting philosophy. Does a lack of rules make the children healthier and happier, or lead to behaviour issues?
Kevin McCloud travels the globe in search of incredible stories of ordinary people who have quit the rat-race and moved to some of the most remote places on the planet and poses the question: Does a simpler, more creative life make you happier?
In this new BBC3 series, Jessica-Jane Clement meets some of the many Brits who’ve fallen foul of high-street salons and ill-advised home treatments.
By using science to uncover unique abilities, this series follows Britain’s most extraordinary job seekers as they seek to prove that having a neurological condition, such as Tourette’s or autism, shouldn’t make them unemployable.
In Regency Britain: Three Lives in One Day, we will lift the lid on a typical day of three typical Regency-era people - a female housemaid, her gentleman master and a young upper middle class woman - through a combination of expert testimony and reconstructed moments.
Retail expert and style icon Mary Portas is not happy. She’s looking better than ever but when she opens a magazine or hits the high street, women like her are nowhere to be seen. She feels that the fashion world has brushed her, and other forty-something women, under the carpet. She's about to change that, forever.