BBC really does seem to enjoy churning out these fly-on-the-wall documentaries about institutions in our daily lives. You've had fast-food chains, pizzerias and now we've got banks. Following the fortunes of a NatWest branch in England, The Bank shows what it's like for the people behind the counter and the realities of being in one of the most hated professions in modern times. Just how do you front an institution that's almost universally distrusted by all?