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Francis Bacon: A Brush with Violence

Francis Bacon was an Irish-born British painter who became very well known for this unusual style of art which could be described as being edgy, emotionally charged and raw. Bacon was a bit slow to get started with regards to his career, it wasn't until his mid-30's that he finally found a subject matter in which could keep him interested. In 1944 Bacon's breakt...

My Lai Massacre
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My Lai Massacre

The Vietnam War was not one of America's finer moments in history for obvious reasons but there was a specific moment during the war that casts an even darker cloud over the conflict, that was the Mỹ Lai Massacre. The Mỹ Lai Massacre was a true war crime which saw the mass killing of between 347

Human Rights, News & Politics, War
The Art of Listening
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The Art of Listening

The Art of Listening takes us on the journey of music and explores the process involved in allowing it to reach its listener's ear. Starting out with the intent of a instrument maker and composer, moving on to the producers and engineers who are responsible for capturing the sound produced and blend

Art and Artists, Music
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The Murder Detectives

The Murder Detectives

The Murder Detectives is by far one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, it is a truly groundbreaking three part series which sees Channel 4 gain unprecedented access to an 18 month long murder investigation carried out by the Avon and Somerset Police. Throughout the course of this series

Crime, Gangs
Anthony Joshua: Heavyweight Hopes

Anthony Joshua: Heavyweight Hopes

After his victory over Wladimir Klitschko on Saturday just gone (29 April 2017) for the vacant WBA (Super) and IBO heavyweight titles, it only seems fitting to publish a documentary which explores the British heavyweight boxer Anthony Joshua's rise to stardom. Anthony Joshua: Heavyweight Hopes or

Biographies, Sport & Adventure
The Gift

The Gift

Released in 2003 The Gift is a film by Louise Hogarth which sets out to explore the bizarre phenomenon of intentionally contracting HIV, this act of seeking infection has been coined bugchasing and in this documentary we follow the stories of two such "bug chasers" who are in search of finding "the

Health
My Lai Massacre

My Lai Massacre

The Vietnam War was not one of America's finer moments in history for obvious reasons but there was a specific moment during the war that casts an even darker cloud over the conflict, that was the Mỹ Lai Massacre. The Mỹ Lai Massacre was a true war crime which saw the mass killing of between 347

Human Rights, News & Politics, War
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The Cleveland Strangler

The Cleveland Strangler

They say that death is the great equalizer, that no matter who you are or where your from we all turn to dust in the end but in Cleveland where Wilbert L. Cooper was born and raised life has long been divided by race and class, injustice stretches well into the hereafter. Over the course of two and

Crime
Somerset: After the Floods

Somerset: After the Floods

Moorland, Somerset, an English village like any other. But last year this quite ordinary place had an extraordinary experience. It was the wettest winter in 250 years. Storms brought misery to large parts of the country, but nowhere was hit worse hit than the Somerset Levels. In the space of 24 hour

Environment
Forced Adoption In The UK

Forced Adoption In The UK

RT (Russia Today) recently released this film which shines a light on one of the more controversial issues faced by some parents in living in the United Kingdom today and thats forced adoption. The UK is one of only two European countries that allows for the state to force a child into adoption with

Human Rights, Society
EP2/3 Invisible Worlds – Out of Sight

EP2/3 Invisible Worlds – Out of Sight

Out of Sight : The human eye is a remarkable piece of precision engineering, but it is also extremely limited. Beyond the narrow range of light that makes up the familiar colours of the rainbow is a vast spectrum of light, entirely unseen. But what if we could see beyond the narrow boundaries of our

Educational, Science