The Real Apes of the Planet 2014

Travel the world meeting apes, monkeys and lemurs of all shapes and sizes, as these animals' amazing behaviors are showcased. Get up close and personal, interacting with these engaging creatures, as Real Apes of the Planet demonstrates that we humans are not quite as unique as we like to think!

Forget Me Not 1996

On Christmas Eve, two old high school friends meet again after many years, now as middle-aged people. Conversation recalls happy school days, hang outs with classroom friends, teachers, football matches, music they were listening to, films they have been watching and one girl they both loved...

The Honorary Duty 1986

A professor of geography and a farmer befriend during their military service. On a day of taking the solemn oath, a farmer's father who rejected him when he was little suddenly appears. Refusing to meet him, he sends his friend to replace him.

Hackney Marshes 1978

Artist John Smith tells stories about tower block life, editing in bold, unconventional fashion, cutting into the material and highlighting the components and conventions of the film form - yet an intimate portrait of the block's inhabitants still emerges.

Mister Seal 1969

The courtship of a female subtenant to the reluctant male householder is told in a humorous way.

The Truth Behind: Atlantis 2011

This is a short documentary which examines a small selection of theories about Atlantis, and looks at a few archaeological sites as well.

A Casualty of War 1989

David Threlfall stars as Tom Rowse, a retired British secret service agent turned thriller novelist who is brought back into the world of espionage for one last job. The mission - foiling a Libyan plot to supply the IRA with a massive shipment of high-tech weapons in order to wreak revenge upon the UK for their support and co-operation with the US during the 1986 bombing of Libya and the attempted assassination of Colonel Gaddafi .

Flood: To The Sea 2017

One day it starts to rain and no-one knows why. And it doesn’t stop. Far out on the North Sea a fisherman raises a girl in his net, miraculously alive from the deep sea. Is she one of the migrants now washing up on English shores? Or someone sent for some higher purpose? Set in the aftermath of an apocalyptic event, which has seen England engulfed by water, this play asks a simple question: what if the fleeing masses from our TV screens and Twitter feeds, in their boats and their orange lifejackets, had English accents?

The Suicide Club 1973

A young gambler seeking greater challenges joins a card club where the members literally gamble for their lives.

Return to Area 51 2002

For decades the secrecy around Area 51 has shrouded the airbase in mystery. Despite endless speculation about secret military test-flights and extra-terrestrial technology, there is little information available to the public. John Tindall's intriguing documentary examines the facts and the fictions of Area 51. Cert.12