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AIDS in Black America

This FRONTLINE & ENDGAME film is a groundbreaking two-hour examination of one of Americas biggest health issues which in itself is preventable. There is around one million people in the United States who are infected by HIV about half of these are black men, women and children. Using interviews and old archived data this documentary traces the history of AIDS epidemic and allows those involved to tell their...

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The Kate Bush Story

This BBC film sets about exploring Kate Bush's musical career which stretches from Wuthering Heights released in 1978 to her most recent album 50 Words for Snow which came out in 2011. Through a number of interviews with fellow musicians we get a good understanding of how she made a name for herself and grew over the years. Contributors include David Gilmour from Pink Floyd as well as Del Palmer her engineer and ex-partner several others including Elton John, Stephen Fry many...

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Living On Steroids

Anabolic steroids have been used by bodybuilders for years, they build muscle, strength and improve on a user's overall performance but these steroids are now being used by young men who want to look good quick, it's a trend thats on the increase. South Wales is now known as the steroid capital of the United Kingdom and it's big business. In this film they set about investigating what on offer when it comes to buying steroids online, finding unground labs and counterfeit drugs. Can users really be sure they know what they are...

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Inside the Taliban

In just a few months most American, British and other Nato forces will have left Afghanistan after 13 years of bitter conflict. Kabul today is nervous place with frequent attacks taking place all around the capital, the attacks themselves are launched from the surrounding countryside. In this film, BBC's Panorama have gained unique access inside a Taliban stronghold just over an hours drive from Kabul, they are witness to a hidden and dangerous world where the Taliban's control over people is...

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Human Universe

Human Universe is a new five part series released by the BBC and narrated by professor and physicist Brian Cox, which sets about exploring one of the most precious things found in our universe, us. This series is comprised of the following episodes: 1) Apeman - Spaceman 2) Why Are We Here 3) Are We Alone? 4) A Place in Space and Time 5) What Is Our Future? So far though only three episode have been aired and these are all listed in the playlist above, we will add more as soon as they become...

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Particle Fever

This film released in 2013 is a documentary which sets about tracking and recording the first round of experiments that are being conducted at the Large Hadron Collider located near Geneva, Switzerland. With help from the experimental physicists who are in charge of running these experiments at CERN we get a unique perspective into whats going on, in regards to the results found once the LHC is turned on. Having started filming in 2008 this documentary chronicles the up's and downs experienced but finally concludes in 2012 with the successful identification of the Higgs...

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Rwanda’s Untold Story

Rwanda is a country dominated by its dark history, the senseless barbarity of the genocide still shocks us even to this day. We think we know the story but do we? Rwanda is ruled by president Kagame, regarded by many as the saviour of his country but what kind of man is Paul Kagame? He is a man with powerful friends. Twenty years on from the genocide what is the truth about Rwanda? This BBC film set about investigating evidence of Kagame's role in the shooting down of the presidential plan that resulted in provoking the 1994 killings and also questions his claims of having ended the...

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The Thorium Dream

In the 1950's the scientists who created the atomic bomb offered a promise, by splitting the atom we could have an unlimited supply of electricity that could end pollution and bring peace to the world forever but after the disaster in Japan that dream has never looked more like a nightmare. Today as the world grows increasingly desperate for clean energy a new breed of engineers and energy geeks say we need nuclear power now more than ever. 50 years ago a forgotten government experiment seemed to prove another kind of nuclear energy could nearly eliminate the risk of meltdowns, waste and...

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League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis

The NFL is undeniably one of Americas favorite sports / pastimes, but as of late it appears the league itself has become under assault from former players claiming that participating in this sport lead to them developing long-term brain injuries and that these were being covered up. In this two hour FRONTLINE documentary they ask the question, how much did the NFL know and when did it know? In a bid to get to uncover any attempts of covering injuries...

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