A selection of programming from BBC Three with focus on issues of mental health
Roman Kemp explores the mental health and suicide crisis affecting young men.
Coming-of-age story of a teenager coming to terms with teenage life.
Stacey Dooley returns to Springfield Hospital to work with the team again.
A look into the home lives of the queens during the pandemic break in filming.
Drama by Reggie Yates exploring the impact of fame on reality TV participants.
Documentary about post-traumatic stress disorder.
Stacey experiences the pressure of life on the frontline of mental health services.
Olly Alexander explores the mental health issues faced by members of the LGBT+ community.
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up about the abuse she has suffered online from trolls.
Avicii: True Stories is Tim Bergling’s own story, told from the inside.
Video gamers from the UK detail the positive effect gaming has had on their mental health
The story of 19-year-old Jerome Rogers, who found himself under a crushing debt.
Can Hayley Pearce train her brain to see the brighter side of life?
Five men talk about their bodies and the pressure of a six-pack-obsessed culture.
Documentary exploring body dysmorphic disorder.
An insight into the world of three people who hear voices as a result of mental illness.
Imo starts documenting her life - including her new health kick.
23-year old Dammy confronts her mum about their lack of meaningful communication.
UK rapper Professor Green uncovers the truth behind the suicide of his father.
Following three young people who have type 1 diabetes and misuse insulin to lose weight.
Wu-Tang Clan-affiliated rapper Christ Bearer’s drug-induced mental health crisis.
Piecing together the last days of three students who took their own lives.
Jack Rooke explores the societal pressures which impact on young men's mental health.