BBC Four, 1 x 45'
Performance artist Selina Thompson recreates her award-winning dramatic monologue about a journey she made by cargo ship to retrace the triangular route of the transatlantic slave trade. Poetic and deeply personal, Salt is part testimony, part performance and part excavation of collective memory through archive and music.
BBC One, 5 x 40'
This series explores what faith can teach us about life, and what belief has to offer in times of change, challenge or crisis
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?