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  • The Secret Life of Mary Poppins

    In 1964 the Disney film "Mary Poppins" was released to world wide acclaim, the film told of a magical world where chimney sweeps are happier than bankers, where you can jump into living pictures on the pavement, it made an international star of Julie Andrews overnight and it changed forever what our concept of a nanny is or should be. One person however hated the cheery tone of the film, this was...

  • The Foster Home From Hell

    This Vice News exclusive is an investigation into the a man named Jay Ram, Ram was once considered a local hero for his efforts in fostering and taking care of many young boys that were stuck in the system. This being said however only just recently several of his fostered sons have come forward claiming that he sexually abused them and made them recruit other young boys for him to molest. Ram...

  • Realm of the Killer Whales

    Examining the secret world of killer whales in the Pacific Northwest, Pitcairn reveals both these enigmatic marine mammals and the rich habitat in which they live. In the spring, the waters off British Columbia greet the arrival of two great hordes from the open sea -- herring and salmon. Predators, including humans, join in a harvesting frenzy, but none are as efficient in their hunts as the...

  • TB Return of the Plague

    In the southern African nation of Swaziland, around a quarter of all adults are now HIV positive. With so many now living with compromised immune systems, tuberculosis, which had been in decline for decades, has made a dramatic comeback. Now it has a foothold once more, new mutations are evolving fast, meaning the disease threatens the lives of the healthy as well as those with...

  • An Honest Man

    An Honest Man is a film about the life of R. Budd Dwyer and it dives into the Computer Technology Associates scandal that lead Dwyer to publicly commit suicide during a press conference. The documentary itself features a number of interview from friends, family and associates of Dwyer's in an attempt to better understand the situation. These interviews include Dwyer's widow Joanne (her last...

  • Behind the Rhetoric: The Real Iran

    What do we really know about the Islamic republic of Iran, aside from a cold war rhetoric from politicians on both sides, each accusing the other of evil. Rageh Omaar travels to Iran after it taking up to a year to receive permission to film inside the country to get the real...

  • Who’s Afraid of Machiavelli?

    Niccolo Machiavelli, 16th century Italian diplomat, political thinker, arch bad guy, his name conjures up everything thats sly about human behavior. It's all because of his book entitled "The Prince", written over 500 years ago. It's about power, how to get it and how to keep it. Machiavelli wrote this book in 1513, it was shocking then and it's shocking now. How useful and relevant is "The...

  • Reggie Yates’s Extreme South Africa

    South Africa, the continents biggest success story and one of the most stunning countries in the world, but this country has a very dark past. For over a century a white supremacist government controlled the nation and brutally oppressed black people. This system of racial separation was known as apartheid and was only abolished 1994 when Nelson Mandela and the AMC came to power. Poverty is...

  • Russia’s War in Afghanistan

    The Soviet war in Afghanistan went on for nine years, starting in December of 1979 and continued until February of 1989. This near decade long war resulted in millions of Afghans fleeing their country, primarily to Pakistan and Iran.  Hundreds of thousands of Afghan civilians were killed in addition to the rebels in the...