Here are your 4oD highlights week 21.
Watching the Detectives: Channel 4 Dispatches
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/dispatches/4od (Available after broadcast)
How safe are your secrets? Channel 4 Dispatches reveals how easy it is to buy our most personal and confidential information.
In a year-long undercover investigation, private detectives sell us access to health and criminal records, mobile phone bills and bank accounts.
The programme discovers the extent of the black market in personal data and reveals how supposedly secure databases are open to exploitation.
Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic (Link TBC/Available after broadcast)
There is no longer any excuse for not seeing a doctor, as once again the nation's favourite medics offer live appointments from the comfort of your own sofa. Dr Christian Jessen and Dr Dawn Harper are back taking appointments using internet webcams. The second series starts with a national interactive lesson in how to check your breasts; Dr Christian reveals how biopsy work saves lives; and Dr Dawn investigates flatulence.
Sex, Lies and Rinsing Guys
(Available after broadcast)
Documentary exploring the world of 'mutual relationships' where glamorous girls use their charm and beauty to get 'gifts' from men. Some girls even get 'allowances' put into their bank accounts by the super-rich and famous.
(Available after broadcast)
Britain's got a big, fat secret - we are a nation of Secret Eaters. Each year, we're getting fatter, but many of us just don't seem to know why. In this brand new series Anna Richardson exposes the country's secret eating habits. Each episode helps people who are mystified as to why they're piling on the pounds by uncovering what they're really eating as they all agree to undergo around-the-clock surveillance for five days... And are also watched over by two top private investigators. In this episode siblings Jill Hamill and Stuart Raphel from the Wirral are in the spotlight.
24 Hours in A&E
http://www.channel4.com/programmes/24-hours-in-ae/4od (Available after broadcast)
The RTS award-winning 24 Hours in A&E returns for a brand new 14-part series, offering a dramatic and revelatory insight into love, life and loss on the frontline of the NHS. Filmed around the clock for six weeks at King's College Hospital in south London, one of Britain's busiest A&E departments, each programme focuses on people treated within the same 24-hour period. 24 Hours in A&E is a powerful, intimate and at times humorous - but ultimately heart-warming - portrait of modern Britain in all its variety.The first episode kicks off during the morning rush hour, meeting workers who set off on their daily commute but find themselves fighting for their lives in the skilful hands of the A&E team.
Gok Wan travels to China, meeting the people and factories that supply the West with jeans, bras, bed sheets, mobile phones and even London's black cabs.
My Monkey Baby
There are around 15,000 monkeys living in people's homes in America. For some owners, the human-like qualities of monkeys make them the preferred option to kids.