The 60 minute programme, titled 24 Billion Pound Party People, follows a group of wealthy young socialites as they throw parties around the world. Production company 7 Wonder said it is the first time E4 has fused the genres of documentary and reality to create a 'factuality' show.
The Vikings Uncovered
Historian Dan Snow and space archaeologist Dr Sarah Parcak follow the search for evidence that could be the furthest known point in Viking civilisation.
The Secret life of the Zoo (working title) – Channel 4
This show peeks behind the curtain at what goes on at the UK’s most popular zoo: Chester Zoo. This show peels back the covers on what goes on behind the scenes, and on the way viewers get to meet a new-born giraffe, watch the tigers move house and find out what a pregnant viper looks like under x-ray.
The shortlist for The Grierson Trust 2015 British Documentary Awards has been announced.
The BBC and Channel 4 dominate the list, with 34 and 25 entries respectively.
Channel 5 features in the list for the first time since 2009, with nods for GPs: Behind Closed Doors and Can’t Pay? Final Demand Special.
First-time nominees include Vice for The Islamic State, BBC iPlayer with Adam Curtis’ Bitter Lake, CNN for Extreme Antibiotics and, in a children’s first, CBBC with Mr Alzheimers and Me.