A unique television format, inspired by the work of sex therapists, which encourages loving couples to discuss their sex lives immediately after having sex while their feelings remain vivid and truthful.
Gypsy Blood is a haunting study of masculinity and violence, the uneasy relationship gypsy men have with their bare-knuckle traditions, and an insight into people living amongst us whose values are a world apart.
David Reynolds explores the legacy of the Great War and builds a powerful argument that the conflict unleashed forces we still grapple with today.
In this series, the evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins faces up to the big questions of life in a world moving on and leaving religion behind.
David Reynolds takes a fresh look at the extraordinary events that brought the First World War to an end in 1918.
A fresh look at the controversial career and embattled presidency of Richard Nixon.
‘1941 & the Man of Steel’ and ‘1942 & Hitler’s Soft Underbelly’ re-examine key turning points of the Second World War and challenge the familiar narrative of how the Allies won.
Richard Dawkins argues the government must stop funding new faith schools and he urges society to respect a child’s right to freedom of belief.
Men of the Thames charts the summer of 2012 on London’s iconic river, the watermen who work the river and a historic way of life fighting to survive.
ClearStory is an independent television company, known for its documentaries portraying powerful human stories and for authored series tackling big ideas in history and science. ClearStory was set up in 2010 by Russell Barnes and Molly Milton.