All shows in the Audio Described category

  1. The 100

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    Post-apocalyptic US drama in which 100 juvenile prisoners are exiled from their dying 'Ark' in space and sent back to Earth in the hope that they can repopulate the planet

  2. 12 Year Old Lifer

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    An extraordinary insight into a murder that gripped and baffled America and that led to a 12-year-old boy being sentenced to 30 years in jail

  3. 24 Hours in A&E

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    With 91 cameras filming round the clock, 24 Hours in A&E offers unprecedented access to one of Britain's busiest A&E departments, at King's College Hospital

  4. A Running Jump

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    Sports-infused comedy about a man trying to buy a second-hand car in London's East End

  5. Addicts' Symphony

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    Composer, musician and recovering alcoholic James McConnel brings together ten classical musicians whose lives have been blighted by addiction for a spectacular concert

  6. Alex Brooker: My Perfect Body

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    Alex Brooker explores male body image, while he tries to lose two stone and get a six-pack in just two months

  7. All Creatures Great and Stuffed

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    Documentary exploring the global revival of taxidermy, including a cat converted into a helicopter, freeze-dried pets, and road-kill appearing in a high street boutique

  8. America's Serial Killer

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    True Stories examines an unsolved case of serial murder and the online sex trade

  9. Attack of the Zeppelins

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    Engineer Dr Hugh Hunt revisits the little-known story of the First World War's Blitz, when the Zeppelin waged an 18-month terror campaign on the people of London

  10. Bad Sugar

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    From the creators of Peep Show, a dysfunctional mining dynasty is the subject of this comic melodrama conceived by and starring Olivia Colman, Julia Davis and Sharon Horgan

  11. Bank of Dave

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    Convinced that he can do a better job than the high street banks, Dave Fishwick sets up his own small bank and endeavours to make it profitable - in just 180 days

  12. Beauty & The Beast: Ugly Face of Prejudice

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    Series examining the extremes of discrimination, bringing together people often defined by the way they look; whether they have a facial disfigurement or an intense preoccupation with their appearance

  13. Beaver Falls

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    Three British graduates blag jobs at an elite American summer camp. The guys want a summer of fun, but they have to set an example to the gorgeous teenage offspring of California's rich and powerful.

  14. Beeny's Restoration Nightmare

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    Sarah Beeny attempts to save a near-derelict listed Georgian stately home and open it up as a luxury events venue

  15. Ben Earl: Trick Artist

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    New series featuring the master of sleight of hand and deception performing jaw-dropping stunts

  16. Ben Rushgrove

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    Inspiring documentary about Paralympic athlete Ben Rushgrove, who was born with cerebral palsy and defied doctors' warnings that he would never walk, going on to break World sprinting records

  17. Best of British

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    Documentary series following Paralympic athletes in their sporting and private lives as they aim to be selected for the 2012 London Paralympic Games

  18. Big Fat Gypsy Weddings

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    Revealing documentary series that offers a window into the secretive, extravagant and surprising world of gypsies and travellers in Britain today

  19. Black Mirror

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    Charlie Brooker, the writer of E4's Dead Set, returns with a suspenseful, satirical three-part mini-series that taps into collective unease about our modern world

  20. Born in the Wild

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    From elephants to kangaroos, dolphins and orang-utans, Mark Evans and Joy Reidenberg explore the wonderful and occasionally weird ways that animals make babies in hostile environments

  21. Born to Be Different

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    A candid and unsentimental documentary filmed over nearly 10 years that chronicles the pressures and joys of family life for parents bringing up a disabled child

  22. Britain's Benefit Tenants

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    Behind the scenes with two agencies on the front line of Britain's social housing crisis

  23. Britain's Most Extreme Weather

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    Weatherman Alex Beresford investigates why Britain's recent weather has been so severe and asks if we're facing the worst weather ever

  24. Building the Dream

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    Architectural designer Charlie Luxton helps people build dream homes that are both amazing and affordable

  25. Cardinal Burns

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    Comedy sketch show written and performed by Seb Cardinal and Dustin Demri-Burns

  26. Child Genius

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    Highly gifted children aged between 7 to 12 take part in a competition, run in association with British Mensa, to find the UK's annual child genius

  27. Children on the Frontline

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    The story of five young children whose lives have been changed forever by the civil war in Syria

  28. Chopin Changed My Life

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    Documentary about the transformative effect of Chopin's Ballade Number 1 on a traumatised Japanese teenager and a Scottish music teacher

  29. Churchill and the Fascist Plot

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    The compelling story of how Winston Churchill and MI5 hunted down a group of British fascist aristocrats plotting to bring down the government and forge an alliance with Adolf Hitler

  30. Coming Up

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    Coming Up is the Channel 4 talent scheme where new writers and directors have the opportunity to make an original film with a guaranteed network broadcast

  31. The Complainers

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    In 2013, 38 million complaints were lodged against corporations in the UK. This series meets some of the country's most persistent complainers and the organisations who deal with their complaints.

  32. Complicit

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    Feature-length drama from acclaimed writer Guy Hibbert, that explores the murky moral compromise that British MI5 agent Edward Ekubo (David Oyelowo), faces in the hidden intelligence wars

  33. Cops and Robbers

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    Repeat offending in the UK is at a record high, with serial offenders responsible for more than a third of all crime. This series explores life on both sides of the law.

  34. The Dambusters' Great Escape: Secret History

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    The extraordinary story of how two RAF squadrons sank Germany's most dangerous Second World War battleship, after 34 failed attempts

  35. Dates

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    From the creator of Skins, a witty, sexy and emotional drama series about the complicated and hilarious ways that strangers interact on dates in their quest to find love

  36. Deal or No Deal

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    Noel Edmonds presents the hit game show in which any one of 22 players could win up to £250,000. There are 22 sealed boxes, but only one question: deal - or no deal?

  37. The Dealership

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    A look under the bonnet of an Essex used-car dealership. With money tight, can the customers give the dealers a run for their money?

  38. Derek

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    A bittersweet comedy drama about a group of outsiders living on society's margins. Written, directed by and starring Ricky Gervais.

  39. Derren Brown: The Specials

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    In these special shows, psychological illusionist Derren Brown demonstrates his unique and almost uncanny ability to misdirect, manipulate and mesmerise...

  40. Derren Brown: Trick of the Mind

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    Derren Brown demonstrates his unique powers of psychological illusion, misdirection and showmanship

  41. The Devil's Whore

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    Colourful four-part drama about the seismic events of 17th-century England, when political disobedience turned to revolution and bloody civil war, and English history was changed forever

  42. Digging the Great Escape

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    A team of experts visits Germany to examine the ingenious achievements of the Second World War's most daring and famous escape artists

  43. Dirty Weekenders in France: Richard E. Grant

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    Richard E. Grant joins professional antique dealers as they search France for treasures to sell back home in the UK

  44. Dispatches

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    Dispatches is Channel 4's award-winning investigative current affairs programme

  45. Dogging Tales

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    Meet the people who have sex in front of strangers in public in a compelling documentary that looks at how and why they do it

  46. Dogs: Their Secret Lives

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    Mark Evans examines what our dogs get up to while we're out, and how to keep them happy in the modern British home

  47. Don't Stop the Music

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    Two-part documentary in which pianist James Rhodes attempts to give schoolchildren the chance to learn a musical instrument by calling for an 'instrument amnesty'

  48. Double Your House for Half the Money

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    Sarah Beeny helps people achieve their property dreams without breaking the bank

  49. Dreams of a Life

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    The story of Joyce Vincent, whose death went undiscovered for three years, as told by the people who once knew her

  50. Educating the East End

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    Playground high jinks, inspirational lessons and life-changing friendships and events, from Frederick Bremer School in East London

  51. Edward VIII's Murderous Mistress

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    The extraordinary story of Edward VIII's first love affair, involving a high-society murder trial, a secret cache of missing letters, and an establishment cover-up to save his reputation

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