Former Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) prisoners Gerry Spence and Bobby Philpott claim that Loyalist violence in the early nineties made the IRA realise they could not win. Peter Taylor reveals the true face of the Loyalist paramilitaries and assesses the prospects for peace in the face of continuing sectarian tensions.
In the late 1970s the conflict in Northern Ireland reached new levels of brutality. Among those caught up in the violence was UVF member Billy Giles, who retaliated against IRA acts by murdering a Catholic workmate.
Documentary series presented by Peter Taylor, about the origins and evolution of the loyalist paramilitary movement in Northern Ireland.
Uncle Saddam is a satirical yet sobering look inside the world of Iraqi president Saddam Hussein. Featuring narration written by Scott Thompson of “The Kids in the Hall” and the voice of Wallace Langham (“Mark” on ABC’s “What About Joan?”, “Josh” on NBC’s “Veronica’s Closet”, “Phil” on HBO’s Emmy Award-winning “Larry Sanders Show”) the film has the feel of an episode of “Lifestyles of the Rich and
Ross travels to the Democratic Republic of Congo where he learns more about the 10 year old war between the Congolese and Hutu militia.
With the situation in Iraq one of the key problems facing the incoming U.S. President, see the most comprehensive documentary about private military companies. Winner of 4 LEO Film and TV awards, used as research for the movie “Blood Diamond”, screened on Capitol Hill and praised by Amnesty International, this balanced documentary is a must see for anyone who wants to know how the rules of war hav
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