Tom Loveridge

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Breaking Fashion : BBC Three 6x60' A new documentary series takes viewers inside the world of Manchester’s bright new and demanding world of fast fashion, where entrepreneurs are supplying the wardrobes of fashion lovers who want to look like the influencers and TV stars they follow

Dispatches: £2 Million Passport - Welcome to Britain: Channel 4 1x30' Dispatches investigates the so-called "golden" visa scheme, and discovers what's on offer for those with the money and the know-how hoping to buy themselves British citizenship.

Maddie's Do You Know? Series 3 & 4: Cbeebies 25x30' Maddie's Do You Know? is a series for young children in which sees Moate explores the workings of everyday objects from trombones to handwash to compost. Maddie uses animations and special cameras asks how they are made or how they work?

Couples On The Couch: BBC Three 6x60' Couples On The Couch is a new six-part series for BBC Three, offering a unique and eye-opening insight into modern relationships and the pressures they face, by following real-life couples as they bring their sexual and emotional issues to a specially constructed clinic.

Stacey Dooley, Face to Face with Armageddon: BBC Three 1x60' Should we all be making plans for the end of the world? In America, a movement of people called preppers are doing all they can to make sure they survive global disaster. Stacey spends time with three prepper communities who are gearing up for uncertain futures, with concerns ranging from civil unrest and nuclear war to climate change and natural disasters. Some have bought bunkers to escape to, others have isolated themselves from society. Stacey explores the reasons why they are going to such lengths to protect themselves. And she asks - should I be following their lead?

The New Builds Are Coming: Battle In The Countryside: BBC Two 2x60' This series heads into Oxfordshire, one of our most expensive counties, to see if building estates across the British countryside is a solution to the UK's broken housing market.

Missing or Murdered? The Disappearance of Lee Boxell: Channel 5 1x60' The first episode in a three part series focuses on the case of Lee Boxell, a 15-year-old who disappeared in South London in 1988, never to be seen again. Lee's parents have lived without answers for more than 30 years, and long to know what happened to their teenage son.

My Life - Alfie's Diabetic Journey: CBBC 1x30' Documentary series following the highs and lows of children across the world, each with a unique story to tell. This episode is filmed by a 16-year-old that tells the story of his little brother with diabetes - and their trip of a lifetime to India. They both discover what it's like to live with diabetes in a country where medicine and access to a hospital is limited.

Mofy: Channel 5 24x15' Stop-motion animated series created from cotton wool featuring a sweet and shy female rabbit whose daily adventures help her to understand and cope with her emotions.

Britain's Secret Charity Cheats Series 1 & 2: BBC One 10x45' Each 45-minute episode focuses on different cases where scammers have exploited the public in the name of charity and the impact they have had on people connected to the case.

Manchester Bomb: Our Story: BBC Three 1x70' This observational documentary hears from a number of young women aged 11-20 who were directly involved in the terror attack in the UK since 7/7 took place at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, many of whom reflect on their experiences for the first time. Following three of them in the months after the attack, this intimate film, which is told in their own words, also explores the lasting psychological impact and how their lives have been changed forever.

Farther and Sun: A Dyslexic Road Trip: BBC Four 1x60' Documentary maker Richard Macer sets off on a road trip with his dyslexic son Arthur to find the answer. En route, they meet Richard Branson and Eddie Izzard, and many other successful dyslexic people. Dyslexia is a difficulty with reading and writing that affects one in ten people. It causes misery to many schoolchildren, and it can lead to greater problems later in life. Richard and Arthur are looking for an answer to this conundrum and interview academics, scientists and designers. But there is a personal narrative too. Richard struggled at school just like his son, and now 40 years on, he is assessed for dyslexia. Will the result give him closure on a lifetime of feeling different? And if he is dyslexic, does that mean his son has inherited a gift or a curse?

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