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Silicon Valley’s Online Slave Market

Technologies such as the internet have no doubt had a overwhelmingly positive impact on mankind, allowing us to communicate and share information far quick than we ever could have imagined which in turn has drastically accelerated our advancement in many fields such as science, healthcare, industry, etc. There is however a darker side to the internet, one which ...

Gravity and Me: The Force that Shapes our Lives
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Gravity and Me: The Force that Shapes our Lives

Would you like to loose a little bit of weight without doing any exercise or dieting? Or perhaps age just a little slower than your friends? Well you might be surprised to hear that the laws of physics can help. The key to unlocking these everyday questions is gravity, it sculpts the universe, it wa

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The Story of Tetris
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The Story of Tetris

The year is 1984, and the cold war was in full affect between two superpowers: the United States and the Soviet Union. Major economic and political differences created a constant state of tension between the former allies. The capitalist United States experienced unprecedented economic growth, the n

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Steve Irwin: Crocs Down Under

Steve Irwin: Crocs Down Under

In the northeastern corner of Austrailia where the top end meets the sea, lurks a relic from the days of the dinosaurs, the saltwater crocodile which is one of the most fearsome predators on the face of the Earth. However these predators have a sweeter side to them, like most wild animals they just

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Steve Irwin: Sidewinders of Arizona

Steve Irwin: Sidewinders of Arizona

The harsh hot deserts of Arizona are home to a couple of heat seeking species of snake known as sidewinders, they are both fast and deadly accurate. Sidewinders of Arizona sees legend Steve Irwin and The Crocodile Hunters crew invited on to a military range by the United States Airforce to help fill

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Guilty: The Conviction of Cardinal Pell

Guilty: The Conviction of Cardinal Pell

Austrailia's highest ranking Catholic, the man who rose to be the Vaticans third most powerful cleric had been convicted of sexual crimes against two thirteen year old boys. It was a jury of twelve who had found Cardinal George Pell guilty of five shocking offences which all took place inside St. Pa

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The Watts Family Murders

The Watts Family Murders

The Watts Family Murders occurred on the early morning of August 13th, 2018, in Frederick, Colorado, United States. Chris Watts murdered his pregnant wife Shanann, and their two young daughters. For the first time members of the investigation team who secured Watts confession share their personal ac

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Why I Hate The Sixties

Why I Hate The Sixties

This BBC film examines the myth behind the sixties, which was itself created before the decade was even out but has since lingered in all of our minds. What we have lived with however is merely a mirage and this documentary sets about exposing the truth, suggesting that we are living on borrowed tim

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The Making of Goodfellas

The Making of Goodfellas

For the making of Martin Scorsese's classic Goodfellas, Scorsese collaborated with producer and screenwriter Nicholas Pileggi. Together they took credit for writing the script which had to go through 12 iterations before being considered finished. Scorsese persuaded Pileggi that they shouldn't fo

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Singapore: The World’s Richest City

Singapore: The World’s Richest City

China may soon be the birthplace to half the world's billionaires but Singapore - the world's richest city - is where they go to play. Some of the rich and famous who have moved to the tiny Southeast Asian island republic include Indian telecom tycoon Bhupendra Kumar Modi, Chinese movie superstars G

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Richard Dawkins: Faith School Menace?

Richard Dawkins: Faith School Menace?

The number of faith schools in Britain is rising. Around 7,000 publicly-funded schools - one in three - now has a religious affiliation. As the coalition government paves the way for more faith-based education by promoting 'free schools', the renowned atheist and evolutionary biologist Professor

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