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Cracking The Shakespeare Code

Imagine a country where many people have become convinced that much of what we know about William Shakespeare is wrong. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of one man, a chunk of the population believes in some hugely controversial ideas about Shakespeare and secret codes appearing in his work. The country in question is Norway, church organist Petter Amundsen has persuaded a best selling author to

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Inside Chernobyl’s Mega Tomb

Today in Ukraine an international team of engineers is racing to assemble one of the most complex super structures ever built, at an extraordinary 36,000 tones it will be the largest structure moved on land. A mega dome tasked to entomb the crumbling remains of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. In 1986 the Chernobyl nuclear reactor exploded releasing 400 times more radiation than the Hiroshima bom

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The War Business

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The War Business

The War Business is a film by Mark Stucke which deals with the practice of private armies or mercenaries hired by governments and multinational companies. These are typically companies whose investments are being compromised by war. This film uncovers the bloody truth of some of these armies for hire in particular "Executive Outcomes" which was founded in South Africa by former Lieutenant-Colon

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The Blockchain and Us

In 1903 the Wright brothers invented the first airplane, it was hard to imagine back then that today there would be over 500,000 people traveling in the air at any point in time. In 2008, a person or a group of people under the moniker Satoshi Nakamoto invented bitcoin and the blockchain. For the first time in history this invention made it possible to transfer money around the globe without the u

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The Divide

The Divide

In 1979 an economic experiment was launched in the United States an the United Kingdom. It was supposed to provide a better life for all. Today, in both countries, inequality is at its highest level since 1928. Reaganomics is one such term for this series of economic experiments and policies. This film examines the lives of seven individuals currently striving for a better life in modern day US

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We Can Make You Talk: A History of Interrogation

It happens in every war, prisoners are taken, spies and informant are rounded up, pilots are shot down and captured and many of them will be asked to answer questions, questions that they would rather not answer. The treatment of suspects in the War on Terror held at Guantanamo Bay sparked a firestorm of controversy, much centering around the methods that military investigators use to extract i

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The Dome

The Dome

Halfway between Austrailia and Hawaii in the middle of a seemingly endless pacific ocean we find a chain of islands that together form the nation of the Marshall Islands. Spread over 2 million square kilometres in the central pacific lie the Marshall Islands, a scattering of more than 1,000 islands and islets and few people have heard of Enewetak but it is the ground zero of US nuclear testing in

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Ancient Mysteries: The Rosetta Stone

The British Museum in London is filled with many remarkable antiquities from ancient Egypt, among their treasures are 3,000 year old mummies and colossal statues which honour great pharaohs but there is one item that is more valuable than all the rest. At the entrance to their Egyptian collection is a large stone tablet, one that could be overlooked if not for its prominent position. It's known as

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The Alternativity

The Alternativity is a story which takes us to the city of Bethlehem, world capital of the international Jesus Christ birthday business and this year Bethlehem became home to a very unique hotel. Billed as having the worst view in the world Banksy's Walled Off hotel sits under the gaze of an Israeli watch tower in the occupied Palestinian territories. The place where Christmas was invented now

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