A selection of the best documentaries from BBC Three!
Love Island’s Chris Hughes and his brother Ben explore the ins and outs of male fertility.
Ellie Flynn investigates people making money from selling their nude photos and videos.
The story of Oli, who discovers he has 25 siblings from the same American sperm donor.
A group of people come together to try to understand what constitutes coercive control.
Mobeen Azhar returns to his hometown to report on the case of Yassar Yaqub.
Documentary looking into a 2012 acid attack on Naomi Oni.
Ovie explores the cost of fame. Should he quit celebrity life and return to basketball?
Following rapper Digga D as he is released from a 15-month stint in prison.
Mariam Mola is a businesswoman - and a career con artist. We expose her wild double life.
The story of the phenomenon of Air Jordan sneakers.
For one week Reggie Yates will eat, sleep and work alongside the inmates of a Texan jail.
Becky Southworth steps into the unsettling world of sex offender rehabilitation.
Reporter Daniel Henry follows the UK’s response to the death of George Floyd in Minnesota
Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson opens up about the abuse she has suffered online from trolls.
Reggie travels to Chicago to investigate gun crime in President Obama's adopted hometown.
Reha Kansara explores what it feels like to be told to ‘go home’ and themes of identity.
Any One of Us shows how lives can change forever in the blink of an eye.
DJ & broadcaster Jamz Supernova speaks to club owners & DJ’s about the effect of Covid.
Examining how Trump used Twitter to change the face of US politics.
Sneakers are a fashion phenomenon. Lynnie, 26, owns 80 pairs and still wants more.
This gripping film tells the dramatic story of three young men falsely accused of rape.
Beyond the headlines about youth violence, King is facing very different challenges.
Layla Wright investigates the death of Sean Walsh who declined hospital cancer treatment.
Dan Murdoch returns to America to meet members of the Black Liberation Movement.