- A Cook Abroad
- A Desert Between Us and Them
- A Hard Name
- A Park for All Seasons
- A Sorry State
- Agenda with Steve Paikin, The
- Agenda: The Week in Review (30 min), The
- American Ballet Theatre: A History
- Anti-Social Limited
- Apology, The
- Art of War
- Art of the Possible, The
- At Home in the World
- Attenborough's Fabulous Frogs
- Autism Grows Up
- Automatic Brain
Following the personal journeys of three former “comfort women” who were among the 200,000 girls and young women forced into military sexual slavery by the Imperial Japanese Army in the Second World War. Streaming now.
Operating like an audio-visual scrap-book that moves between Homs, Damascus and the director's hometown of Zabadani, this deeply personal story focuses on the experiences of Syrian DJ, Zytoon, and her friends during the ongoing civil war. Airs on May 2.
Iconic documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman sets out to portray the cultural, racial, religious and ethnic diversity of storied New York neighbourhood, Jackson Heights. Airs on May 6.