Society

Apple’s Broken Promises

In this Panorama special the truth about Apple and your iPhone is revealed, for the first time secret filming from inside the high security Chinese factories where Apples products are made show the reality of life on the production line. What this film discovers is an exhausted work force with staff falling asleep as they work. Panorama also travels further down the supply train to find children d

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A Bad Trip to Edgewood

90 miles north of Washington D.C. stands Edgewood Arsenal, Maryland. From World War I to the present day it has been the centre of the US Army's research into chemical warfare. Within it's laboratories bazaar experiments took place, by giving a cat LSD Edgewood scientists were able to turn nature and normality upside down. Animals were always tested before humans the reasoning for such tests were

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Blockadia Rising: Voices of the Tar Sands Blockade

This hour long documentary film which was written and directed by Garrett Graham in collaboration with the Tar Sands Blockade demonstrates how in 2012, landowners and environmental activists from all over Texas came together in a bid to prevent a proposed oil pipeline from being built, it features exclusive footage that was filmed by the protestors themselves and demonstrates the true hazards and

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Cat Wars

Cat Wars

Cats are one of the most popular domesticated animals around and in the United Kingdom their numbers have dramatically risen over the last couple of years to around ten million. This number is viewed in two lights, for the cat lovers it's great news but for those who don't take kindly to them it could almost be seen as an epidemic. Cat Wars is a BBC film that is attempting to understand both si

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The UK’s Young Reoffenders

As of 2014 nearly three quarters of young offenders in the UK will reoffend within 12 months of their release from custody. These figures seem to be rising year on year, however the number of first time offenders is decreasing yearly which is creating somewhat of a vacuum where hardcore reoffenders are becoming locked into a cycle of crime, jail, probation and crime again. This documentary release

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The Real ‘Wolf of Wall Street’?

The Oscar nominated movie Wolf on Wall Street was famously based on the story of Jordan Belfort, a crooked investment banker who made his money selling worthless stocks at a high price but according to some the original inspiration behind Leonardo DiCaprio's foray into the world of overindulgence with 1990's tailoring apparently didn't come from Belfort himself but instead from a man named Dana Gi

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You Don’t Know Shit

You Don’t Know Shit

Every day the United States must find a way to get rid of 5 billion gallons of human waste and they appear increasingly unable to find the space. Sewage spills are common place and the nightmare is only getting worse as a never ending stream of people descend upon major cities putting extra strain on the already strained infrastructure. When hurricane Sandy shut down six New York sewage plants, mi

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The Thorium Dream

In the 1950's the scientists who created the atomic bomb offered a promise, by splitting the atom we could have an unlimited supply of electricity that could end pollution and bring peace to the world forever but after the disaster in Japan that dream has never looked more like a nightmare. Today as the world grows increasingly desperate for clean energy a new breed of engineers and energy geek

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Ibiza: Spring Breakers of Europe

There's an island in the middle of the Mediterranean named after the Egyptian god of music and dance. To some its considered paradise and to others, paradise lost be regardless of your view everyone knows it's name, Ibiza. A place of infamy and myth a modern day nirvana where anything goes. People have been coming to Ibiza for the white sands, blue seas and golden bodied for decades but the origin

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