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Black Taxis

This film follows Brendan, Gerald and Tom all of whom are former volunteers of the Irish Republican Army or IRA. For these men and all Irish Republicans alike the period of armed struggle is now over, but for those who were directly involved in the 30 years of war how difficult is it now to find peace? Today all these men are now Black Taxi drivers and operate within the Republican areas of Bel

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The Victorian Way of Death

In this documentary British art historian and BBC television presenter Dan Cruickshank takes us back to Victorian times as he investigates the circumstances and rituals which surrounded death at the time. By examining the fate of five apparently unrelated corpses Cruickshank manages to uncover a tale of bizarre extremes. We learn of bodysnatching and how it was commonplace at the time for bodie

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Conor McGregor: Doubt Me Now

With UFC fighter Conor McGregor now scheduled to fight boxings Floyd Mayweather on August 26th in Las Vegas the hype is truly building behind what is set to be the most lucrative event in the history of combat sport. We recently saw the very entertaining press conference world tour which did not let fans down in giving us a window into the mental warfare involved in such an event. In this match

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Pol Pot: The Journey to the Killing Fields

The Tuol Sleng secondary school is hidden behind a fence in a quite district of the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh. It has been empty for over 40 years, a silent witness to the agony of a nation. Thousands of men, women and children were tortured in it's classrooms, they were then driven to the outskirts of the city and executed. Nearly 2 million people died in the Killing Fields of Cambodia, a q

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Michael Jackson: Man in the Mirror

In December 1993, Michael Jackson was forced to face his toughest audience yet, the DA and cops from the L.A.P.D. who were now investigating allegations of child abuse. The police were collecting evidence to corroborate the story of Michaels accusers. How was it that the king of pop got to this? Physically abused by a violent father, living his young life in the very grown up music business and

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The Rise of Acid Attacks in the UK

Acid attacks have existed worldwide for as long as corrosive substances have been around but only in recent years have they become somewhat common place with a reported 1,800 attacks occuring in London since 2010, with a shocking 70% increase seen between the years 2015 and 2016. As the number of victims grows, the statistics are now revealing that Britain has the worst record in the developed

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The Ancient World

The Ancient World is a seven part documentary series presented by historian Bettany Hughes, it was originally aired by British TV station Channel 4 over the course of an 8 year period. Hughes, takes us on a wonderful journey through the ancient world and at each stop on this journey providing us with extensive insight into what it would have been like to be alive at this period in time and how the

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SWOLE

SWOLE

SWOLE is a new three part VICE documentary which focuses on the world of body building and culture surrounding it. Throughout we hear from many professional and amateur bodybuilders alike as they explain what it is exactly they drives them to do what they do and in some cases take steroids. In part one we hear from Greg Douctte, a man who has competed in over 100 bodybuilding and powerlifting c

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Teenage Japanese Killers

In Japan, one of the most peaceful countries in the world times are now changing. A succession of horrific brutal murders have shocked the nation, murders not committed by hardened criminals or the secretive Japanese mafia but instead by middle class teenagers with no criminal record, they are just killing indiscriminately. This film sets out to explore the issue at hand, attempting to understa

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