Crime correspondent Sarah O'Connor investigates the origins of Ireland's deadliest gang feud, a major feud between two criminal organisations that has left eighteen people dead. The Hutch gang, led by Gerry Hutch, and the Kinahan Family, led by Christy Kinahan, are the main participants. The start of all of it came from the killing of Gary Hutch, 34, who was a n...
Sometimes there is a glitch in the Matrix, where the limitations of the old operating system are laid bare and something new pokes through. There have been many responses to the Jordan Peterson Channel 4 interview with Cathy Newman but this film is something a little more unique. A Glitch in the
Ever since the good auld days of the 1800s, bare-knuckle boxing in the United States has been pushed out of the mainstream and into dingy parking lots and grimy basements. It has always been an underground sport that never really managed to pull itself out of the darkness and into popular culture.
It's not every family that hollywood makes an oscar nominated movie about, nor one that so successfully cements the Rothschilds reputation as the most famous family in the world. They are enormously wealthy and enormously private which in turn fuels the endless speculation regarding the real extent
Since the beginning of time people have searched for means to keep certain communication private, over the years this developed into encoding information with cyphers, this is especially true with regards to military communications. However, this being said most of these cyphers given enough time
London, the capital of the United Kingdom is currently going through what could only be described as an epidemic. In the last few years there have been a record breaking amount of knife-related murders here and in this VICE special we see ex-gang member Josh Osbourne take us on a journey through thi
Each year over 300 million passengers fly over 6 billion miles on long haul flights, these are epic daily journeys made by some of the worlds biggest planes. Like flying hotels they transport people across the world in comfort and style but what does it take to keep the giants in the sky?
In a world where people panic about the rising global population, Japan is facing a very different future which could see their population shrink by a third in just 40 years. One reason is that the Japanese are not having enough babies and the causes of that form the basis of Anita Rani's intriguing
In 1911, Hiram Bingham, famed American explorer, stumbled across a remote Inca city atop a high peak in the Andes. The site was called Machu Picchu – perhaps the most famous ruin in the world. What was its purpose? Was it, like Bingham believed, a military fortress? Or did this glorious ruin have
In Japan, funerals are big business with an ageing population and more than one million deaths in the country last year. It is being predicted that this figure is going to only rise until the year 2042, so finding a final resting place can be somewhat difficult and expensive as Japan runs out of spa
Landscapes at the World's Ends is a non-verbal, visual journey to the polar regions of our planet portrayed through a triptych montage of photography and video. Landscapes at the World's Ends is a multi-dimensional canvas of imagery recorded above the Arctic Circle and below the Antarctic Convergenc