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Reggie Yates: Teen Gangs

In this film we see British television personality, Reggie Yates, embark on a journey into the murky world teen gang violence. As a child, Yates himself grew up on a council estate with his family receiving benefits from the government, he is well aware of the negative distractions which can present themselves to young people growing up in similar environments but he personally has always believed

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My Son The Jihadi

My Son The Jihadi

Sally Evans, mother of two, is on a journey to discover what it was that drove her eldest son Thomas to join leave home and join the deadly Islamic terror group known as Al Shabaab. Thomas was only 21 when he decided to leave his home in a Buckinghamshire village and travel to Somalia. The group Al Shabaab is a jihadi Al Qaeda affiliate which is responsible for many atrocities commited in Kenya

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DOOM Resurrected: To Hell & Back

DOOM, to many it's timeless and to imagine a world without DOOM is to imagine a world without first person shooters. It is one of the most beloved series in the history of video games and the studio that created it id Software is one of the most prolific. There is an aura of mythos which surrounds id Software, creators of a genre and the masters of DOOM. The history of it's founding fathers has

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Fossil Free

Fossil Free

Even after the climate summit in Paris, there will be long and difficult negotiations about how to deal with the ever more pressing problems of climate change. A growing group of people has lost confidence in the political system coming up with sufficient measures in time. They target the financial sector and organise campaigns to urge pension funds, churches, universities and governments to wi

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Eritrea: Africa’s North Korea

Located beside Ethiopia and Sudan, Eritrea is one of the most censored countries in the world, so much so that it is frequently compared to North Korea. Eritrea won it's independence back in 1991 after a bitter conflict with Ethiopia, the war itself lasted almost 30 years. Since the end of the war Isaias Afwerki has been the one and only president of Eritrea, he enforces a strict control over t

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The Congo Dandies

The Congo Dandies

In recent years the Congo has seen rise to a unique movement known as "La Sape" which stands for "The Society of Ambiance-Makers and Elegant People", the movement itself see's fashion-conscious men splashing out on designer clothes rather than the spending it on essentials. As a result these men truly do stand out from the crowd becoming local celebrities, but this taste of fame comes at a price.

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The Bomb

The Bomb

Over 70 years ago the nuclear bomb altered our reality forever and in this film The Bomb we see it's transformation from the theoretical, to the physical when it was first used August 6, 1945, it was on this day the public learned of a new type of weapon, a destroyer of worlds. We witness the nuclear bomb's humble beginnings from when in 1938 two German chemists accidentally discovered how to s

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Scotch! The Story of Whisky

In this three part documentary series we see Scottish actor David Hayman set off on a journey to better understand the state in which the Scotch whiskey industry is currently in and how it's world dominance is becoming threatened. In the first episode we see Hayman meet up with coopers and coppersmiths whilst also enrolling in a distilling course in Campbeltown. He is schooled in the alchemy of

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The Battle of Chosin

The Battle of Chosin

In the last days of November 1950, twelve thousand men of the 1st Marine Division along with a few thousand army soldiers found themselves trapped high in the mountains of North Korea near a reservoir called Chosin. Their leaders had been caught off guard by the sudden entrance of the People's Republic of China into the five month old Korean War. The Americans were surrounded, outnumbered and a

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