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The Spanish Flu & How The World Recovered

Just over 100 years ago a deadly pandemic, known as the Spanish Flu swept across the face of planet Earth, similar enough to Coronavirus (Covid-19) except for the fact it killed anywhere between 20 and 100 million people. Potentially far more than World War I immediately preceding it. Yet until recently, this was a forgotten pandemic, very much downplayed by governments and various media outlets

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Are You Good or Evil

What is it that makes us good or evil? Scientists are daring to investigate this unsettling question, they're trying to peel back the mask of the psychopathic killer. These are people who seem to lack any form of conscience, but what is it that separates us regular folk from these terrifying people. By exposing the biology that divides vice from virtue scientists reveal something about the good a

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Food Fight

When we walk through the supermarket we are bombarded with choices, fresh or frozen, low fat or lots of fat, cool ranch or nacho cheese, with so much variety we assume that some of it is healthy and that some of it junk food but at least we have a choice, but do we really have a choice? Is picking the best from a pile of flavorless tomatoes really a choice? Or are key choices about what we eat ma

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Putin: A Russian Spy Story

Putin: A Russian Spy Story is a 3 part documentary miniseries that reveals how Vladimir Putin managed to make his way from being an unremarkable KGB recruit to one of the most powerful men in the world. Over the course of these three episodes, we witness first hand how the Russian leader snuck his way into Moscow's halls of power and ultimately made them his own.Episode 1: The Rise of PutinSt

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Poverty in the USA

Poverty in the USA takes us straight to San Diego, California where we meet 54-year old Maria who after spending the night in her car is about to begin her workday. It is quickly realized that this car is in fact her home as she no longer has a house to call her own. She has been sleeping in her van for a year now. Just like Maria, around 30 other people are living in their cars in the very same

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Inside the Bruderhof

At a time when British society faces ever-increasing challenges, there is a hidden community in the English countryside who seem to have found the answer to a harmonious life. There is no crime, debt, or homelessness, none of the children have mobile phones, use social media, or watch television. They are the Bruderhof, a radical Christian movement whose members have traveled across the world to

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The Joy (Mountjoy Prison)

The Joy is a four-part documentary series that takes us inside Dublin's Mountjoy Prison, which is one of Ireland's largest prison facilities. Apart of the landscape for over 160 years, The Joy jas become synonymous with the capital city of Dublin, operating 24-hours a day 365 days a year. With over 750 inmates, over 700 staff, and eight prison governors it's a city within a city where drugs are c

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What Darwin Never Knew

The planet Earth is filled with a vast collection of species, with over 9,000 types of birds, 28,000 types of fish, and more than 350,000 species of beetles. It's Charles Darwin's brilliant theory of evolution that explains how the 1.4 million different species that have been discovered have adapted and changed over time. The theory has been called the best idea anyone ever had but there is one b

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Brothers & Sisters In Love

Brothers & Sisters In Love is a film about ordinary people who decided to trace siblings they had never met before but then found themselves confronted by the greatest moral dilemma of their lives. It's considered to be one of the ultimate taboos in society but when brothers and sisters grow up separately and then later meet for the first time as strangers and as adults, they can fall prey to

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