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ITV unveil its Autumn factual slate.

Cons and Swindles

The inside story of Belle Gibson, a 21-year-old social influencer who claimed that she cured her terminal cancer through wellness and healthy eating. Her miraculous story brought her fame and money with a successful app, a book deal and countless television appearances, but when journalists investigated, they discovered something shocking: none of her story was true and she never had cancer.

JFK: The Home Movie That Changed The World

This exclusive documentary, produced by Passion Distribution, uncovers the fascinating story behind the 26 seconds of home movie that captured the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas in 1963 from start to finish. November 22nd, 2023 is the 60th anniversary of a day that changed everything - the assassination of John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.

Windrush at 75

Marking the 75th anniversary of the Empire Windrush ship’s arrival at Tilbury Docks, this new documentary in partnership with Pride of Britain tells the story of the generation of people who left the Caribbean for a new life in Britain. Members of the Windrush generation will share their stories with well-known figures including Sir Trevor McDonald, Alesha Dixon, Mel B, Judi Love and HRH The Prince of Wales.

Lenny Henry: One of a Kind

In a candid retrospective of his nearly 50-year-career, trailblazer Sir Lenny Henry takes viewers on a journey from the Midlands to Middle Earth as he looks back on his time in the entertainment spotlight. When it comes to the money he’s raised for charity, the figure is in the millions - when we’re talking about the joy he’s brought to our lives, he’s rightly considered priceless. .

Barbara Knox at 90

Coronation Street royalty Barbara Knox will celebrate her milestone 90th birthday with a very special one-off documentary coming to ITV1 and ITVX this October. The Street stalwart, who has played the iconic Rita Tanner continuously for over half a century, will join Bradley Walsh as she looks back on the highlights from an illustrious career in television and theatre.

Gino’s Italy: Secrets of the South

In his latest series, Gino is heading on a food odyssey back to his homeland’s true hidden gems as he explores Italy’s least explored regions of the deep south: Puglia and Basilicata. The six-part series will see Gino explore a romantic realm full of rugged mountains, ancient cave cities, sandy beaches and clear turquoise waters in the southern heel and sole of the country which is Italy at its most epic.

Raymond Blanc’s Royal Kitchen Gardens

World-renowned chef Raymond Blanc invites viewers to uncover some of the most incredible royal kitchen gardens across the UK this autumn. Throughout the ten-part series to air on ITV1 and ITVX, multi-award-winning chef and author Raymond Blanc is invited to visit five of Britain’s royal kitchen gardens.

Britain By The Book

Inspired by her passion for books, much-loved comedian Mel Giedroyc hooks up with her friend and Dorset local Martin Clunes to explore the spectacular scenery and iconic locations made famous by some of Britain’s favourite books and films. In this funny, revealing and heart-warming travelogue, the two friends walk in the footsteps of Meryl Streep’s French Lieutenant’s Woman, stoke up the engine on a steam train ride through Enid Blyton country, and having worked up a thirst, sample Dorset’s finest cider on a farm overlooking magical Corfe Castle.

Paul O’Grady’s Great Elephant Adventure

This two-part series follows the late Paul O’Grady as he travels through Thailand and Laos to celebrate the work done by elephant conservation centres to rescue, rehabilitate and protect these most majestic, but vulnerable, of animals. Filmed late last year before his sudden and unexpected death, this was Paul’s final project and one that he was incredibly passionate about

Return to Lockerbie with Lorraine Kelly

In this intimate and emotional documentary, Lorraine Kelly revisits the small Scottish hillside town of Lockerbie, a place which was changed forever when it became the scene of the deadliest terror attack in UK history. Directed by BAFTA-winning Leo Burley (The Real Mo Farah, Patrick Kielty: My Dad, the Peace Deal and Me), this film depicts how in December 35 years ago, before Lorraine was a household name, she was one of the first TV reporters to arrive after Pan Am Flight 103 exploded mid-air, killing all 259 people aboard and 11 on the ground.

The Real Crown: Inside the House of Windsor

This five-part series tells the real behind-the-scenes story of the lives, loves, scandals, trials and tribulations of the world’s most famous family. Featuring interviews from key figures with first-hand accounts - plus rarely-seen footage - the story is told through the perspective of the major personal challenges that faced the Queen and the monarchy throughout her reign


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