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Fukushima: Five Years On

The biggest earthquake in Japans recorded history sent a series of massive tsunamis hurtling towards the coast. The waves would strike with unstoppable force, crushing almost everything in their path, sweeping away entire communities and traveling as far as 10 kilometres inland but this however was just the beginning of a triple headed disaster. Originally aired...

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Britain’s Street Kids

Every day in the United Kingdom it seems that hundreds of children are being forced to leave home and charities such as Shelter say the number of homeless children is simply bound to rise as a direct result to recent cuts in government spending. To gain some insight into the issue this film follows

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Fixing the System

Fixing the System

In this VICE special we see then President of the United States, Barack Obama, make history as he becomes the first President to ever visit a federal prison. The visit itself occurred back in July 2015, and alongside Obama we see award-winning journalist and founder of VICE Shane Smith, as they both

Crime, Drugs, Society
Britain’s Street Kids

Britain’s Street Kids

Every day in the United Kingdom it seems that hundreds of children are being forced to leave home and charities such as Shelter say the number of homeless children is simply bound to rise as a direct result to recent cuts in government spending. To gain some insight into the issue this film follows

Society
Professor Green: Suicide and Me

Professor Green: Suicide and Me

Professor Green or rather Stephen Manderson, is a British rapper who recently released several documentaries via BBC Three, some of which include Dangerous Dogs and Hidden and Homeless. In this film Stephen, embarks on more of a personal journey as he attempts to uncover the truth behind the suicide

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UFOs: The Secret Evidence

UFOs: The Secret Evidence

A handful of foo fighter sightings could be dismissed as pilot error, but there were hundreds, if not thousands. Could they really just be the hallucinations of tired or terrified men? “Call me Einstein, Flash Gordon or just plain crazy, but I know what I saw!” declared civilian pilot Kenneth Arnold

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James Baker: The Man Who Made Washington Work

James Baker: The Man Who Made Washington Work

In 1975 a Huston lawyer by the name of James A. Baker III took a job with President Gerald Ford, having never worked a day in government before it was on the recommendation to Ford by his good friend and tennis partner, George H. W. Bush that he received this new position and with it politics in Ame

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Inside The Space Shuttle

Inside The Space Shuttle

This documentary takes the viewer inside NASA’s space shuttle for a close-up look at the most advanced flying machine ever built. Actor Gary Sinise narrates the history of the space shuttle’s development, emphasizing the innovative designs that made the flying machine what it is today. Training sess

Educational, Space, Technology
In the Valley of the Wolves

In the Valley of the Wolves

In 1995, the first gray wolves were transported from Alberta, Canada to Yellowstone National Park, to repopulate the sprawling landscape with the species, absent for more than 70 years. The following year, a second wave of wolves was brought to the park from British Columbia, Canada; five of them

Environment, Nature