Waddah and Rhys are two young men from Inner London who became friends at school and have gone on to develop a collaboration as professional choreographers and dancers, while remaining good friends.
Heidi works for d.light, a company that designs solar lights for the millions of homes with limited access to electricity. The technology is simple and in lab conditions, it works wonders. Out in the real world, however, the lights simply aren't working. Heidi finds out that while new technologies can be great, they're worth little if customers can't use them.
A day in the average police officer's life is a far cry from the Hollywood stereotype of chases, arrests, and confrontations. We follow PC Carla Rossi and PC Mark Louis as they respond to urgent calls from dispatch and colleagues, and discover that there's much more to being a police officer than anyone would expect.
Sam Cossman explores the world’s most dangerous places and uses innovative technology to capture footage that has never been seen before. He shares his mission to the depths of an active volcano where he captures VR footage inside the crater.
A young fisherwoman takes to the sea. She feels at home here, despite the opinions, comments, and pressures from those who question her choice of work. Shrugging off the stereotypical expectations and supposed limitations that attend her gender, she explains what she loves about being on the open water and why she's not going anywhere else.
YouTubers Bee and Theo are full-time travellers with virtual careers, which they conduct from their narrow boat and their van. From YouTube videos to stock photos and blogging, they explain how they earn money while being constantly on the move.