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Web Junkie

Web Junkie

When we think of China and the internet the majority of us will immediately think of censorship next, this tends to seem quite backward and is the opposite of what the internet stands for. But in at least one area of the internet revolution China appears to be setting taking the first steps forward, defining the boilerplate many other countries may soon copy. China has become the first nation i

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George Orwell: A Life in Pictures

Famous for writing 1984 and inventing the concept of Big Brother, George Orwell witnessed and reported on some of the defining moments of the 20th century but there are no moving picture of Orwell, nor are their any recordings of his voice. He did however leave a vast written legacy containing insights on everything from diet to revolution. These are the records used by the BBC to create this fant

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Undercover: Football’s Dirty Secrets

Back in 2006 there were many allegations made with regards to corruption in British football, these allegations were made by sources both inside and outside of the game. As a result the BBC funded a Panorama special which set out to investigate. Undercover: Football's Dirty Secrets wastes no time in diving straight into the deep end of a murky world of football. Through the means of a hidden ca

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How Hackers Steal Your ID

How Hackers Steal Your ID

They've got your name, they know where you live and once they've got your bank details they have you. In this age of modern technology hacking has become a big concern for many of us as they have stolen information from millions of us located all across the globe. For some time hackers have been taking full advantage of any flaws discovered in critical systems, many of were designed to safe gua

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Ross Kemp: The Fight Against Isis

The war on ISIS has reached a turning point, it's drawn in armies and countries from all over the world including Britain but on the ground one force is having the greatest affect. In this special from Ross Kemp we see him travel across Iraq and Syria in order to meet up with the Kurdish forces who are confronting and beating ISIS on the battlefield. On Ross' journey to one of the most dangerou

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Britain’s Teenage Knife Wars

Former England footballer Jermaine Jenas sets out on a journey to explore the rise in knife crime that is devastating lives across the United Kingdom and although this knife crime is a problem across the nation Jenas wants to take a closer look at Nottingham in particular as this is where he grew up. Jenas want's to understand how this knife crime has become such an issue in his home city and h

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RuneScape: 15 Years of Adventure

RuneScape's 15th anniversary has come and gone but the celebrations haven't ended just yet, the party is still very much raging on into the wee hours of the morning through the release of this feature length documentary which was released by the publishers of the game itself, Jagex. RuneScape: 15 Years of Adventure is the tale of a world created in a kitchen, of a community bonding as they kill

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Ross Kemp’s Britain

Over the last 10 years actor and TV personality Ross Kemp, has investigated some of the darkest subjects in some of the most dangerous parts of the world but in this three part documentary series he feels it is time to take a hard look at what is really going on in his own country, a country he loves. Episode 1 - Immigration: In 2016 the number of migrants coming into the United Kingdom hit

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Search for the Super Battery

We now live in an age where there appears to be no limits in terms of how far we can take technological innovation, but for all of these advancements which have seen our gadgets get faster, smaller and more powerful many of them have one frustrating weakness in common and that is the battery on which they so heavily rely on. Throughout the last century we have seen much improvement when it come

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