Channel 4 has announced a new slot of factual programming that will be released exclusively on digital platforms featuring voices from young voices in the UK.
Produced by Barcroft Studios, the series of short films will explore a range of topics that surround young people in 2019 Britain.
A new style of debate show, Fix Up takes place inside the best-loved beauty salons and barbers in the UK.
The series tackles current issues and topics that impact Britain, including knife crime, abortion, cosmetic surgery, relationships and sex.
An inspirational series of shorts that follow young contributors with facial or body differences who work through their confidence issues with up-and-coming artists as they paint their portraits.
Fifteen British teens share their takes on being sixteen in 2019.
Together the group of young adults express their thoughts on important issues they face including finances, love and climate change.
Behind the Mask
A series that explores strange and illegal activities, Behind the Mask sees a selection of masked individuals share their stories about their dealings with the law.
The line-up of contributors features a gardener who grows cannabis at a secret location in Britain.
This Is Not Porn
The series answers the questions that can’t be asked in sex education classes and can’t be learned from pornography.
Podcasters, sex vloggers and strippers gather to answer a host of questions on this sensitive topic.
Nicola Brown, commissioning editor at Channel 4, commented: “We are thrilled to announce this new factual digital strand, showcasing a range of fresh & distinctive young voices. Packed full of personality, these are bold, inspiring and thought-provoking films”.
“It’s great to be making video that resonates with young people where they spend so much of their time - on their phones,” added Sam Barcroft, CEO of Barcroft Studios.
“This is original factual content that features young, diverse Brits telling their very own true stories.”