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Professor Green: Suicide and Me

Professor Green or rather Stephen Manderson, is a British rapper who recently released several documentaries via BBC Three, some of which include Dangerous Dogs and Hidden and Homeless. In this film Stephen, embarks on more of a personal journey as he attempts to uncover the truth behind the suicide of his own father seven years ago. His platinum single Read All About It and songs such as Goodn

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Cheetahs: Growing up fast

There are few sights in nature as dramatic as a big cat battling its pray but cheetahs aren't born ready to hunt, it is a skill which their mothers teach them over many challenging months. What does it take in order to turn tiny cubs into fully formed predators? In an effort to find out, one film maker called Kim Wolhuter forged an extraordinary bond with a wild cheetah family and over a year and

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Walt Disney

Walt Disney

Walt Disney is a two-part film which explores the life and legacy of the man responsible for making Disney the giant it is today. Using archival footage which is fresh from the vaults of Disney itself we witness the man in action and those who helped turn his dreams into reality. Through interviews with his friends, family, animators and designers the reality of Disney's success is revealed as

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Becoming Warren Buffett

Warren Buffett truly is a unique billionaire, with a net worth of more than $60 billion you would expect him to be living in a mansion, flying private jets and living the high life in general but Buffett is the exception to what one would consider the billionaire lifestyle. Now 86, the legendary investor still lives in the very first house he bought back in the 50's, it is a modest home located

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The Brit Who Tried to Kill Trump

In May 2016, parents of a 20 year old named Michael Sandford had reported that their son had gone missing in America. Twenty three days later Michael turned up at a Donald Trump campaign rally in Las Vegas. Shortly after Trump took to the stage Michael approached a police officer, seconds later he attempted to take the officers gun. At first it was unclear as to what his intentions were but whe

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Frederick the Great and the Enigma of Prussia

In the spring of 1945, Adolf Hitler retreated to the Fuhrerbunker located 16 meters below the streets of Berlin, the Russian army was closing in on the German capital and World War II was all but over but even in his last days Hitler refused to accept defeat, he continued to draw inspiration from the deeds of his hero, a legendary German leader who's portrait was the only image to hang on the wall

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The Cult Next Door

The Cult Next Door

Critically acclaimed director Vanessa Engle has spent the last three years putting this film together in order to expose the extraordinary tale of a bizarre cult which came to light back in 2013 after a sensational news story broke. It involved three women who emerged from a small flat located in Brixton, south London, after being held captive for decades. This cult can be traced back to the 19

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Scotland: The Edge of Europe

Scotland sits on the very edge of the continent but how European is this nation located on the geographical margin? This film predates the Brexit vote but still provides us with an interesting look at how the United Kingdom and Europe both affect the country. Back in 2014 Scotland held a referendum on their independence from the United Kingdom, the majority voted to stay in the UK but then in 2

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Engineering Evil: Inside The Holocaust

Engineering Evil is a History Channel special which examines in great detail the process in which the Nazis carries out the Holocaust. However, this film is unique in its approach as it does not focus solely on the engineering / industrial side but rather the human engineering which took place. It was this engineering which allowed such an atrocity to occur in the first place. The Nazi's requir

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