Making history at 17 years old, Sheku Kanneh-Mason became the first black winner of the BBC Young Musician competition. Even more extraordinary, Sheku has six siblings who are musically gifted like him. Told through the prism of family life, this documentary explores what drives them to be the best they can be and culminates with Sheku's debut at London's world-renowned Royal Festival Hall.
Starring Essie Davis (Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries) and Kerry Fox (The Dressmaker), this acclaimed Australian miniseries is gripping, poignant, and exquisitely filmed. Set around Perth from 1943-63, it tells the story of two rural families-each scarred by catastrophe-who end up sharing a large, ramshackle house, fighting, laughing, loving, and enduring together. "A triumph" -The Australian.
In this sweeping, often shocking series, historian Amanda Vickery tells the untold saga of British women's battles in the centuries-old war of women vs. men.
This quirky New Zealand mystery follows DI Mike Shepherd, who arrives to the seemingly peaceful town of Brokenwood with a classic car, a country music collection, and an indeterminate number of ex-wives. His assistant, DC Kristin Sims, is a by-the-book investigator 15 years younger than her boss's car. Shepherd soon discovers that Brokenwood is full of secrets and suspicions. Season 5 coming in 2018.