Society

Britain’s Missing Young People

Everyday in the United Kingdom hundreds of people go missing, the police have even admitted that vulnerable youths are being left at risk as they simply can no longer keep up with the overwhelming number of people that seem to go missing. In this Panorama special we see reporter Darragh MacIntyre meet up with those families who have experienced such tragedies first hand and who are now left sea

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Petrol Bombs & Peace: Welcome To Belfast

Belfast, Ireland, it is now 18 years since the troubles came to an end here and these days it looks just like any other city in the United Kingdom, that is on the surface at least. The city is still very much divided up between Catholics and Protestants and summer time here often means rioting. In this BBC special we see Alys Harte spend the summer of 2013 on the frontline with a loyalist march

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Professor Green: Dangerous Dogs

Over the last decade, 27 people have been killed in the United Kingdom by dogs, the Dangerous Dog Act was brought in back in 1991 and banned the ownership of four dog types. The most notorious of these was the Pitbull, followed by the Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentino and the Fila Brasileiro. This law was meant to crack down on wide spread dog attacks but in 2016 they are sadly at an all time high wit

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I Think We’re Alone Now

Many celebrities these days have to deal with their fare share of fans who take it that bit further than the rest and become obsessed. I Think We're Alone Now is a film which explores such obsession by introducing us to Jeff and Kelly, two individuals who claim to be in love with 80's pop singer Tiffany. Jeff Turner is a 50 year old man from Santa Cruz, California, diagnosed with Asperger's syn

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State of Surveillance

In this special VICE manages to get an exclusive interview with none other than NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden. Snowden if you don't already know was the individual responsible for leaking details on a massive government surveillance operation which targeted America citizens back in 2013. His actions ignited a raging debate over digital privacy and security, a debate which is still very much

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Heroin: The Hardest Hit

Heroin overdose deaths in Virginia nearly doubled from 2011 to 2013 with every region having experienced an increase in heroin fatalities, these include a 164% increase in Northen Virginia, a 94% increase in Hampton Roads and a 50% increase in the Richmond Metro Area. Heroin: The Hardest Hit is a film which was put together by the VA State attorney's office in order to raise awareness about her

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Britain’s Illegal Rave Renaissance

Rave culture was always supposed to polarize people and depending on your own experiences it is either one of the UK's greatest exports or a symptom of our own moral decline. But after a nationwide clampdown in the mid 90's the scene was forced further into the underground with new super clubs and licensed sanitized parties taking their place. Recent years have seen an institutionalized attack

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The Rich Kids Of Instagram

With the rise of Instagram we saw the worlds richest 1% of people gain a means to show off their jet-setting lifestyles to the remaining 99% of us. This being said Instagram now gets roughly 70 million new uploads daily so it tends to take something special to get noticed on the social media platform. From group snaps on super yachts and pouting selfies on private jets to parading luxury goods

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Lucent

Lucent

Pigs are one of the smartest animals on the planet, their intelligence surpasses that of 3 year old children, dogs and even some primates. Much like humans, pigs have their own individual personality, quirks, likes and dislikes. They tend to pick up tricks faster than dogs and can learn and respond to their name when called. They are social animals which form close bonds with others, playing toget

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