ClearStory is an independent TV production company founded by award-winning executive producers Molly Milton and Russell Barnes. ClearStory is known for glossy landmark series filmed around the world. The company has produced the Grierson Award-winning documentary Gypsy Blood, the provocative and sceptical Richard Dawkins: Sex, Death & the Meaning of Life and the noisy studio format Sex Box for Channel 4. Other recent credits include Damien Hirst by Harry Hill, a humorous Passions documentary for Sky Arts, Battlefield Recovery, an archaeology series for Channel 5; Long Shadow, exploring the messy aftermath of World War One for BBC2; two series of DanceWorks, made in collaboration with Sadler’s Wells and winner of the Grand Prix at the 2019 Golden Prague Awards; and African Renaissance, a cultural travelogue presented by Afua Hirsch, nominated for RTS and Broadcast awards in 2021. In 2022, ClearStory’s landmark eight-part series Art That Made Us was broadcast on BBC Two and the company produced the noisy cancel culture satire Jimmy Carr Destroys Art for Channel 4. Africa Rising, ClearStory’s new travelogue with Afua Hirsch, through Morocco, Nigeria and South Africa, will be broadcast on BBC2 in 2023.