These are strange times indeed. While they continue to command so much attention in the mainstream media, the ‘battles’ between old and new modes of distribution, between the pirate and the institution of copyright, seem to many of us already lost and won. We know who the victors are. Why then say any more? Because waves of repression continue to come: lawsuits are still levied against innocent pe
Ross travels to the war torn city of Juarez in Mexico where the drug cartels fight for ownership of smuggling routes into the US worth $40 billion.
Documentary on The Maze Prison Escape in the Early 1980s. 36 IRA Men in Block 7 escaped from Europes most secure prison based inside a British Military Facility just outside Lisburn. This escape took place shortly after the Hunger Strikes Protest came to an end at christmas 1981. This was also one of Margaret Thatchers biggest embarrasements while in office.
Dr. Jack Kevorkian is most known for being the doctor involved in at least 130 assisted suicides. The controversy surrounding his practice was huge in the ’90′s and resulted in a prison sentence for the doctor. He was released in 2007 and has since run for congress. Kevorkian follows the doctor’s life post-incarceration and will give a look at his mindset since serving time for acts that some w
Louis goes inside California's San Quentin's prison - one of America's most notorious prisons - to meet serial murderers, gang members, at risk inmates and guards.
On 25 May 1968, the day before her 11th birthday, Mary Flora Bell strangled four-year-old Martin Brown. She was believed to have committed this crime alone. Between that time and the second killing, she and her friend Norma Joyce Bell (no relation), age thirteen, broke into and vandalised a nursery in Scotswood, leaving notes that claimed responsibility for the Brown killing. The Newcastle police
Episode 3: Rudolf Hess This is episode three of a three part 2006 documentary series about the Nuremburg Trials. This episode focusus on Rudolf Hess; Hitler’s deputy and co-creator of the Nuremberg Laws.
Episode 2: Herman Goering This is episode two of a three part 2006 documentary series about the Nuremburg Trials. This episode focusus on Herman Goering Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe and Reichsmarschall of the German Army.
Episode 1: Albert Speer In November 1945, in the German city of Nuremberg, the victors of the World War Two began the first international war crimes trial. The choice of the city was significant for it was here that the National Socialist Party held its annual rallies. Adolf Hitler intended it to be rebuilt as the ‘party city’. Now many of the leaders of the party were on trial for their lives