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Search for the Super Battery

We now live in an age where there appears to be no limits in terms of how far we can take technological innovation, but for all of these advancements which have seen our gadgets get faster, smaller and more powerful many of them have one frustrating weakness in common and that is the battery on which they so heavily rely on. Throughout the last century we have seen much improvement when it come

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Traveller Feuds

Traveller Feuds

This documentary examines the problem of feuding in the travelling community in Ireland, the level of violence seems to be at an all time high with incidents including a petrol bomb being thrown at young girl face. One way the traveler's have of settling feuds is to part take in bare knuckle boxing matches, these are meant to put an end to any future violence but this film asks the question do

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The Most Evil Men in History

When we attempt to think of the most evil man to have ever lived most people tend to jump to one person, that being Adolf Hitler. However, throughout the ages there have been many men who could be considered to have been just as evil as Hitler, some perhaps were even worse. This documentary series does a fantastic job at rounding up and profiling some of these evil men, men who have committed m

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Trapped Inside My Body

Trapped Inside My Body

Trapped Inside My Body is an incredibly moving film which follows a young married couples mission to discover relief for the husband John, who suffers from the heartbreaking condition known as Moto Neurone Disease (MND). MND is a horrible disease which imprisons an otherwise perfectly healthy mind inside a body you have no control over. You have the ability to think as clearly as you did before

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Rise of The Superstar Vloggers

Video sharing online has revolutionised how we connect with one another forever. Now anyone can share anything and everything with anyone and it has given birth to a new breed of celebrity. By simply turning the camera on themselves, bloggers or rather video bloggers have billions of people watching them online, they are sticking two fingers up to the old media establishment, they sell out stadium

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The Forgotten Irish

The Forgotten Irish is touching film which sets out to tell the story of those who immigrated to Birmingham, England from Ireland back in the 50's and 60's in search of work. Back then an estimated 60,000 Irish made the journey annually, all of whom were drawn in by the building boom and for the opportunity of work many of these people sacrificed their sense of belonging. Through a series of in

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Paul Sykes: At Large

Paul Sykes was a heavyweight boxer and weightlifter from Wakefield in England, he had ten professional fights but his entire adult life was marred by alcohol abuse and both petty and violent crimes. All ten of his fights came during a period of rehabilitation and relative sobriety between 1978 to 1980, in his sixth fight he knocked American David Wilson out cold and continued to punch him. The Ame

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My Russian Side

My Russian Side

My Russian Side is a touching film which follows the story of Alex Gilbert, a 24 year old living in New Zealand who in 2013 with the help of social media managed to track down and meet up with his biological parents who were located in Russia. He himself was born in Russia but lived in an orphanage until he was 2 years old, this was when his adopted parents came along and brought him to New Zea

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A Smarter Gun?

America is a country which was founded on gun culture, the right to own one was written into their constitution. The American people as a whole possess an estimated 260 to 300 million guns, it is safe to say that firearms are not going anyway anytime soon and it would appear that any political attempts at gun control are dead in the water. With this gun culture comes many social issues, an epid

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