• 48 Hours to Victory

    In this brand-new history series, Dermot O’Leary teams up with former Royal Marine, Arthur Williams and military historian, Lucy Betteridge-Dyson to count down the 48 hours that secured victory in three of the most famous battles in British history: Dunkirk, Waterloo and The Somme.

  • Ancient Secrets of Althorp with Charles Spencer

    Charles Spencer, Earl, historian and brother of Princess Diana, throws open his ancestral home at Althorp to an archaeological dig searching for a legendary lost Anglo Saxon village.

  • Heritage Rescue

    In a brand new primetime format, Heritage Rescue follows 12 extraordinary buildings as they are saved from ruin. Passionate restorer Nick Knowles gets frontline access to the work underway at these national treasures, as highly skilled master crafters return them to their former glory.

  • Diana’s Decades

    In July 2021, Diana would be turning 60. In celebration of this would-be landmark birthday, Diana's Decades looks back at the radical changes she lived through during her 36 years.

  • The World’s Most Beautiful Landscapes

    Rich and visually satisfying, this is no ordinary travel series, with each episode a journey covering nature, geography, geology, history and humanity.

  • Wrecks That Changed The World

    From across the world, from four continents and every ocean, come tales of triumph and tragedy at sea, each story featuring cutting edge maritime archaeology.

  • Stephen Fry’s 21st Century Firsts

    As this century approaches its 21st birthday Stephen Fry takes viewers through his pick of the fascinating and ground breaking things that have happened for the first time since the year 2000.

  • Grace Kelly: The Missing Millions

    Grace Kelly was the Philadelphia girl next door who became an Oscar winning actress. She was a global fashion icon, married to a playboy Prince in Monaco. When she died, Grace Kelly’s will revealed she had just $10,000 and a cottage in Ireland. What happened to Grace Kelly’s missing millions?

  • The Surrogates

    Filmed over 18 months, this landmark three-part documentary series uncovers the taboos surrounding controversial subject of surrogacy, by
    following the experiences of five young British women, all embarking on complex journeys by trying to have babies for other people.

  • The Man Who Fell From The Sky

    The Man Who Fell From The Sky is the stranger-than-fiction story behind the most extreme journey ever made by a human being.

  • How To Garden with Carol Klein

    Are you clueless about gardening? Or green fingered, but in need of inspiration? Then let Carol Klein show you how. With more than 40 years’ experience, Carol is one of Britain’s top gardeners and broadcasters, and is the ideal person to show you ‘How To Garden’.

  • Agatha Christie’s England

    From the makers of INSIDE THE MIND OF AGATHA CHRISTIE comes a different chapter to Agatha Christie's life.

  • Inside The World’s Most Luxurious Prison

    Presenter Ann Widdecombe takes a look inside Norway's Halden Prison, where inmates share plush flats, dine on sushi and even record rap records. While its humane approach has been revered by some, Halden Prison has been accused by others of being too luxurious.

  • Critical Condition Series 2

    The ground-breaking medical programme returns for a gripping new season, once again reflecting the minute-by-minute reality of the emergency room.

Silverlining Rights

Silverlining Rights represents factual acquisitions on behalf of award-winning producers. Our catalogue showcases wildlife, history, science, human interest, populist factual and fast turnaround/topical documentaries. We pride ourselves in working closely with channel buyers like you to understand your acquisition needs and handpick content from our catalogue that best fits your schedule.

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