Abused: The Untold Story [2016]


Landmark documentary telling the story of those who stood up and broke their silence about sexual abuse, changing Britain forever.

“The victims who bore witness to the crimes of Savile and others still struggle with their words, the trauma just as raw and present all these years later. But this was the real point of this powerful, sometimes excruciating programme: to give the victims a voice.” – Tim Dowling, The Guardian

“Given the drip-feed of revelations about Savile, I was surprised at just how shocking Lambert’s film was.” – James Jackson, The Times

“This was a documentary that boiled with fear and pain.” – Gerard O’Donovan, The Telegraph

“Exceptional” – David Chater, The Times


Minnow Films / BBC1

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Speeding Wars [2016]


This documentary series joins the battle on Britain’s roads as our ‘need for speed’ is challenged head-on by an army of those trying to slow us down. With access to the police, anti-speed campaigners, speed addicts and specialist lawyers, this new series witnesses the ongoing war playing out every day on our streets.


Century / ITV

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My Son the Jihadi [2015]



***Winner  BAFTA Best Single Documentary 2016

***Winner Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Single Documentary 2016

***Nominated Royal Television Society Award for Best Documentary 2016


“by some distance the most powerful documentary I have seen this year” – Benji Wilson, The Telegraph

“a stunningly sad, detailed and dignified portrait of a devastated mother, and a masterful piece of television” – Charlotte Runcie, The Telegraph

“This unforgettable documentary was technically near-perfect television.” – Andrew Billen, The Times

“an extraordinary documentary that leaves you feeling numb. A desperately sad story about one family; but also an important one, one of the big stories of now.” – Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

“If they hand out prizes for the most gut-wrenching film of the year then this will be the clear winner.” – Sarah Hughes, The Observer


TrueVision / Channel 4

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