Watch Clothes to Die For BBC2, 9.00pm, July 21 and then on BBC i-player. The Times describes it as 'One of those rare films that might genuinely help make a difference to thousands of lives.'
Syria: Across the Lines (C4) wins BAFTA at 2014 awards for Olly Lambert, Chris Swayne and Eamonn Matthews, adding to prizes from the Royal Television Society, the Grierson Trust, Broadcast, the Rory Peck foundation and the Broadcasting Press Guild. Christopher Swayne was also awarded an RTS for his editing on the documentary.
Inside Japan's Nuclear Meltdown awarded an EMMY in the latest news and current affairs awards, adding to its Royal Television Society Award for Best International Current Affairs Programme at the 2013 RTS Awards
Unreported World: The Master Chef of Mogadishu awarded the Television Award at the 25th Annual One World Awards (2013)
Over the last six years different films we've made have won prestigious awards, including two Emmys, two BAFTAs, a BAFTA for best director, two Royal Television Society Awards for International Current Affairs, an RTS for best editor, a Broadcast award for best documentary, two Grierson awards, the Banff World Television Festival Award for Best Political Documentary, a Wincott award for best TV current affairs, the One World Media Award for Children's Rights, the Rory Peck Features Award and the Rory Peck Impact Award. We are committed to journalism and film making of the highest standard
The broadcasters we’ve worked with include Channel 4, BBC, PBS (WGBH/Frontline), HBO and CNN
Our output includes Unreported World, Channel 4’s acclaimed foreign affairs series, which reports from some of the world’s most difficult and demanding places. Syria Undercover, made by an Unreported World team and broadcast in the US by PBS/Frontline recently won a news and documentary Emmy. and another Unreported World film, Terror in Sudan, won the prestigious Sony Impact award at the 2012 Rory Peck awards
Colombia's Dying Tribes"'Ongoing journalistic excellence from C4's designated "thought slot" '"The Guardian