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Alfred Hitchcock: Living Famously

Alfred Hitchcock is probably the most famous director in film history, he made his name and his fortune from scaring millions out of their wits, but his films were more than just entertainment, he put his own deepest fears onto the silver screen. In this BBC special we get a glimpse into the life of Hitchcock. We see how as a child he grew up in the suburbs of London as somewhat of a loner, how

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Behind The Music: Oasis

The band Oasis revolved around the brothers Gallagher who's volatile relationship has been acted out in front of the press but before taking shots at one another they endure blows from an explosive and abusive father. The self-dubbed bad boys of rock, Oasis captured the music and imagination of an era and with the attitude came adulation from millions of fans from all over the world. With chart su

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NSA Whistleblower William Binney: The Future of Freedom

This is more of a feature interview rather than a documentary but I feel many of you will appreciate it. William Binney is a 36-year veteran of the United States Intelligence Community, he was the Director for Global Communication Intelligence at the NSA. After realising that his efforts to protect the American public's privacy were being undermined by those who were positioned above above him in

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Robin Williams

Robin Williams

Born July 2, 1951, in Chicago, Illinois, Robin Williams was undoubtedly one of TV and film's most beloved stars of all time. In the early days his improvisational style of stand up comedy landed him his own television show, Mork and Mindy which gave him a centre stage in which he could develop more as an actor. He later played many memorable roles, both comedic and dramatic and after three previou

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Story of the Lost Nuke

February 13th 1950 was the dawn of the Cold War and off the west coast of Canada, U.S. bomber 075 is on a top secret mission. Deep inside the bomb bay weaponeer Ted Shire is arming a MK IV nuclear weapon when all of a sudden the mission goes terribly wrong. Without warning two of the bombers six engines erupt in flames, Shire does his best to secure the bomb but as they edge closer towards Canada'

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The Dog Factory

The Dog Factory

BBC Scotland goes on a journey through the ruthless world of dog trade, from the small-time illegal sellers to some of the counties biggest dog traffickers. Talking to the breeders and confronting those who are at the heart of it all, exposing the profit driven puppy farmers.  It is a multimillion pound market and it's believed that nearly one third of all dogs bought in the UK today have come fro

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Secrets of China

Secrets of China

In this three part BBC documentary series, TV presenter Billie JD Porter sets out to discover what its really like to live in China, a country that remains semi-communist and still enforces some pretty strict rules. With a population of 1.3 billion, 1 in 5 of the worlds people live in China, it's a place where respect for the state and your elders is being drilled into the next generation. The

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Her Majesty’s Prison: Aylesbury

The authorities at Aylesbury prison in the United Kingdom, have to try and manage some of the most dangerous and disruptive 18 to 21 year olds in the country with one in five prisoners serving life sentences. ITV have been granted extensive access to the inside of HMP Aylesbury, as a result we get a vivid picture of what daily life consists of for those working and serving time in the prison.

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Zero Days

Zero Days

While we all quietly surf around on the internet an elite of the smartest hackers scan it day and night looking for undetected safety leaks. They convert these secret leaks as if by magic into building blocks for cyber weapons which they can then sell for astronomical amounts of money to criminal organisations, security services and even the government. These exploits enable those in the know to i

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