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Her War: Women vs ISIS

ISIS is currently the most brutal terror group in modern history and they now control large portions of land in Iraq and Syria, and oversee an estimated six million people. The Islamic State have also come out and said that any man killed by a women will go straight to hell. This statement has resulted in many Kurdish women picking up arms and joining the battle to defend and protect their land. This Russia Today documentary goes inside their war, to see how life is for a female warrior when fighting such a scare mongering...

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Brian’s Story

At the age of 21 Brian Davis graduated with a degree in English from Cambridge University, seven years later he was a published author and by the mid eighties he had become one of the best known journalists in advertising, today however he is homeless and penniless. In this profoundly moving documentary created by the BBC, we see how a man who appeared to have it all in terms of career and way of life managed to loose it all, finding himself living on the streets of London, whilst suffering from...

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Louis Theroux: Jimmy Savile

The now notorious Jimmy Savile was an English television and radio personality who throughout his career held many charitable fundraisers, managing to raise an estimated £40 million, however this being said he was probably best known for being the host of the BBC show "Jim'll Fix It", similar to the Make-A-Wish Foundation the shows object was to make children's wishes come true. When the once beloved Savile passed away, hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse were made against him and it has since come out that he may have been one of Britain's most prolific sex offenders of all...

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Secrets of Her Majesty’s Secret Service

London, a cosmopolitan metropolis of 8 million inhabitants and home to the world renowned British Secret Service, who's sole purpose is to defend and protect the security and interests of the United Kingdom. For decades cunning games of espionage have been played out on the cities streets, assassinations, treason and betrayal. This film sets about entering the high stakes world of spying and we learn about whats really happening in the shadows, exploring the highest echelons of MI6, to field operatives who risked their lives, unsung hero's of Britain's secret code breaking station and the...

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A Good Job: Stories of the FDNY

In this amazing HBO special we see the critically acclaimed actor and FDNY veteran Steve Buscemi explore one of the worlds most demanding fire departments. Along side other such veterans, Buscemi explains through a number of interviews, what life is like to work as a New York City Firefighter, having himself worked for four years, serving on FDNY's Engine Co. 55 in Manhattan's Little Italy. Using never before seen archival footage we get firsthand accounts from the hero's who protect the residents of New York on a daily...

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The Story of AC/DC: Dirty Deeds

They came with one intention to bring straightforward, no-nonsense rock and roll music to the masses. With grit and determination they rose from a small rock scene in Austrailia to become one of the most successful acts in the world. Their 1980 record, Back in Black is the second best selling album of all time and to date they have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide with nearly 40 years in the music business they are arguably the greatest rock and roll band the world has ever seen, they are the one and only...

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Frank Matthews

It is said that Frank Mathews was richer than the "American Gangster" Frank Lucas, more powerful than the Mafia and in 1973 he managed to skip bail, dropping off the face of the earth with a staggering, 15 million dollars, never to have been seen again. Over 40 years have now passed since his disappearance and how Mathews managed to evade the law for so long long still remains a mystery. In this film we see rare archival footage which includes interviews with several sources who have previously never spoken on camera and we get a glimpse into how Mathews became immersed into the life of...

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Order and Disorder

A two part documentary series released by the BBC back in 2012, we see Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the important concepts of energy and information. Episode 1: Energy  How was it that Humans acquired the power to transform the planet as we did? Looking at the Earth at night from space reveals just how successful we have been in harnessing and manipulating energy and how important it is to our very existence. Energy is vital to us all, we use it to build the structures that surround and protect us, we use it to power our transport and light our homes but even more crucially,...

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Murder: No Apparent Motive

"4000 a year dead, killed by total strangers, it's an epidemic of murder in America, murder with no apparent motive" - Released by in 1984, this rare documentary explores the increase in recreational murder seen throughout the United States, primarily focusing on notorious killers such as Henry Lee Lucas, Ed Kemper and Ted Bundy. The film itself even features an exclusive interview with Kemper and presents us with archival footage of Bundy throughout. Due to the film having been released back in 1984 we hear complaints from law enforcers with regards to how hard it can be and the...

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