Documentary1 x 60' for BBC1

Ten years after Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 disappeared with 239 passengers and crew on board on 8 March 2014, this documentary examines whether new radio technology may finally help locate the missing aircraft and asks what lessons can be learned to make aviation safer.

The disappearance of flight MH370 is the greatest unsolved mystery in aviation. Many questions the families of the missing passengers and crew had on the night the plane vanished have not been answered.

As new evidence emerges of MH370’s possible location through pioneering radio technology, which has never been used to locate a missing plane before, the film explores the work of scientists at the University of Liverpool who are undertaking a major new study to verify how viable the technology is, and what this could mean for locating the aircraft.

The documentary features interviews with relatives of the missing, aviation experts, former Malaysian Airlines employees, and current and former pilots and uses archive footage, audio and immersive CGI animation to examine other commercial aviation incidents to try and piece together what may have really happened to MH370.

Producer & Directors Peter Gauvain , Alessandra Bonomolo
Executive Producer Carlo Massarella
Editor Graham Cox
Additional Editing Benedict Jackson
Production Executive Alex Barraki
Production Managers Lia La Via , Hunter Phillipps
Researcher T'arah Inam-McDermott
Production Coordinator Annabella Casaburi