3/3 The final episode follows three of the most independent students into the outside world.
A look at how making home movies became a cultural phenomenon in Scotland.
Jack Monroe examines the often obsessive relationships people have with their crockery.
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2/3 Musical satirist Mitch Benn explores his comedy connections to the story of David Bowie.
2/6 How the process of building the canals resulted in furthering geological knowledge.
Sophie Morgan visits Ghana to uncover the reality of many disabled people who live there.
3/3 The layered history of Cape Town as seen by its new generation of writers and poets.
2/5 Dickens, Richard III and a unique landscape help inspire a new dish for Barnard Castle.
2/3 How marriage markets and dating bootcamps are used to increase marriage potential.
3/10 Actor Derek Jacobi discovers that he is descended from a Huguenot fleeing persecution.