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Ross Kemp: Libya’s Migrant Hell

This is the most dangerous migrant journey in the world and this year it's here in Libya that has become the main departure point for migrants who are attempting to get to Europe. It is estimated that around 3,000 of these make it across the Mediterranean into Italy every week and around 12 die trying every day. However, before these migrants reach the coast they first must cross 1,000 miles of

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The End of Memory?

Memory is an essential issue for our society and for every one of us. Up to now, various media have been used to store our memories in a wealth of information. The average life expectancy of an inscription on a stone is ten thousand years, on parchment 1,000 years, on film 100 years on vinyl 50 years with computers our memory is facing an unexpected vulnerability. Some technologies have already

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Into The Inferno

Into The Inferno is filmmaker Werner Herzog's latest documentary and it sees himself and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer set out on a surreal journey which takes them all around the globe where they explore some of the world's most mythical volcanoes. We see Herzog and Oppenheimer travel to North Korea, Ethiopia, Iceland and the Vanuatu Archipelago. Through speaking with scientists and the indi

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Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children

Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children is a feature length documentary film which was shot completely undercover and throughout the course of nine months. It is a breathtaking tale of how three children are growing up in Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe. Zimbabwe was once considered to be the jewel of Africa, said to have the best education system on the continent, now however its infrastructure is in complete

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The Paedophile Hunter

The Paedophile Hunter

The Paedophile Hunter is a 2014 Channel 4 documentary which follows Stinson Hunter and his mates as they inflict their own brand of vigilante justice upon men who are attempting to meet underage girls. Operating out of Nuneaton, a town in Warwickshire, England, Hunter and his cronies set up online profiles for underage girls, and then play a waiting game of sorts in the hopes that someone will ini

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Alan Shearer: Dementia, Football and Me

Alan Shearer: Dementia, Football and Me sees former England international footballer Alan Shearer examine the possibility that there is a link between football and dementia. Over the past few years sports such as American Football, Boxing, MMA and Rugby have come under attack due to new understanding of how concussions and the head trauma caused by these sports can lead to significant brain dam

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Texas: America Supersized

The great John Steinbeck once described Texas as a state of mind and obsession as well as a nation in every other sense of the word. Texas is a huge compound of power and wealth and force and attitude too. It's a frontier state with a frontier history of mentality. Texas is also one of the home states of the American military industrial complex and it's the home base of Mission Control for the

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Ross Kemp Behind Bars: Inside Barlinnie

Veteran TV personality Ross Kemp, takes a trip to one of Britain's most notorious prisons HMP Barlinnie in Glasgow. This tough jail has a formidable reputation, to better understand what the prisoners here go through Kemp decides to get admitted like any other inmate. In this film we see Kemp gain exclusive access to every part of the prison and he sets out to discover what the prisoners really

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Saddam: America’s Best Enemy

The Devil has been hunted down, captured and exhibited, America overcame Saddam Hussein a tyrant is dethroned, Iraq celebrates and the world is now free from evil. That is the legend but forty years of relations between Saddam Hussein and the United States tell a whole other story. This is the story of a man and a superpower who used one another, the United States regarded him to be a more reli

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