Channel 4, 5 x 5 min
Five short films offering a black British perspective on the murder of George Floyd by the US police. Each film takes a different approach – from testimony, to poetry, and comedy. The series provides a fresh perspective on race and racism in Britain today.
BBC Three, BBC Two, 1 x 60 min
Stacey Dooley investigates a new kind of sex crime sweeping South Korea called Molka. In a country where pornography is illegal, Molka is a DIY alternative, where mobile phones and hidden cameras capture footage of people in their most intimate moments, without their knowledge.
Channel 4, 1 x 60 min
Body positivity activist Chidera Eggerue explores the decision many women make to remove their public hair, growing out her own pubic hair for the first time in years for a public exhibition.
BBC Four, 1 x 60 min
Professor Shahidha Bari examines the life and work of controversial Booker Prize winner Sir VS Naipaul. Is his legacy compromised by his self-confessed violence towards women and views on race?