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Zombies

Zombies

The trouble with zombies is that they keep coming back, whether you shoot or maim them it doesn't really matter, unless you destroy the head they just keep coming. The living dead seem to saturate cinema, television and games these days and it is a cultural phenomenon which seems impossible to stop. An unholy congregation with limitless appetite, it's not a matter of if they will get you but ra

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Louis Theroux: Savile

Louis Theroux: Savile

Over 15 years ago critically acclaimed documentary filmmaker Louis Theroux made Jimmy Savile the subject of one of his When Louis Met... episodes. Theroux spent quite a bit of time with Savile for this project and even kept in touch afterwards, but in light of Savile's unmasking as a sexual predatory Louis felt he had let himself down and his subject off the hook back in 2000 when the original fil

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Nixon in the Den

He was one of America's most successful presidents on the international stage, lauded as a world statesman who thawed the cold war. He was reelected in one of the biggest landslide victories in American history, capturing 49 out of 50 states. This being said however, Richard Nixon was the only president to ever resign from office, forced out of the Whitehouse in abject disgrace. Over 40 years o

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The Race for Everest

Everest, Chomolungma, Sagarmāthā, five and a half vertical miles of rock, ice and snow and in the winters temperatures can fall to minus 60 degrees celsius, in it's summer up to 10 feet of snow can fall on its slopes in a single day. It lies on the border of Nepal and Tibet, though far away it has always had a special place in the hearts of British mountaineers. First measured by the British su

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Cyberjihad

Cyberjihad

Over the past few years terrorist organisations have developed not only as performers of attacks but also as story tellers. They seem to employ professional media departments in order to produce a constant flow of propaganda in which the romance of the Islamic brotherhood is ascetically mixed with what can only be described as ultra violence. These heinous acts committed are often filmed from t

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Lifes Rocky Start

Lifes Rocky Start

When our planet Earth was first forming some 4 and half billion years ago it would have appeared quite different, more of a hellish place plagued by meteorite impacts, volcanic eruptions, lightning and a torrid atmosphere. So how was it that life managed to emerge from this chaos? this is a question which has puzzled many scientists for decades and now in this film we join mineralogist Robert H

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Interview With A Serial Killer

Serial killer Arthur Shawcross was born on June 6, 1945, and died on November 10, 2008 while serving a life sentence for the murder of 11 women. From his birthplace of Kittery, Maine, his family moved to Watertown, a small town near Lake Ontario in New York State, when he was still a child. Shawcross claims that his adolescence was turbulent, and cites a difficult relationship with both parents, p

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Riddles of the Sphinx

Nothing quite represents the mysteries of ancient Egypt more than the Great Sphinx, it is the largest statue ever built by the ancient Egyptians  and still makes us wonder how they managed to construct this crouching lion, human headed creature. For 45 centuries the Sphinx has overlooked Egypt's Giza Plateau, with a height matching that of The White House and it's body spanning the length of a

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The Pluto Files

The Pluto Files

In 1930, a farm boy with a passion for understanding the universe noticed a tiny dot moving across the night sky. It was at this moment Pluto was discovered, located 4 billion miles away from the Sun and cloaked in darkness Pluto is still somewhat of a mystery and up until recently our best images of it were nothing more than a blur. Even to this day many scientists still argue whether or not it i

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