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Inside The Secret World of Incels

A BBC special which takes an in depth look at the "incel" community that can be found online, they are more of a subculture and have now been linked to multiple mass murder cases and hate crimes agains women. The word "incel" itself is short for "involuntary celibate" and this is how the online group describe themselves, as you can imagine the community consists primarily of sexually frustrated

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America’s Fattest City

Houston Texas, is the fourth largest city in the United States and is located in a state where size most certainly matters. Texas is bigger than Germany, the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and Belgium put together. "Everything is bigger in Texas" is the saying in Texas and for some that extends to their waistline too. In the lone star state big people have given Houston a dubious status, it's Ame

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Long Road Back to Kentucky: The 1862 Confederate Invasion

In this Silver Telly Award Winning special we see author Kent Masterson Brown explore some of the crucial events of the Civil War, a war that saw America locked in conflict, pitting brothers, neighbours and even states against each other. A fact which makes the study of this war all the more fascinating. To understand the pivotal role that Kentucky played in this great conflict this film takes

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Dreamville Presents: REVENGE

Hip Hop artist J. Cole released his latest album Revenge of The Dreamers III on July 5th (2019), the album was accompanied by a 30 minute documentary Dreamville Presents: REVENGE. A film which provides some serious insight into the creative process that was involved in wrapping up his latest album. The film itself follows J. Cole and the various collaborators that feature on the album such

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The Year London Blew Up: 1974

With the rise of fanatical attacks in Britain over the last decade or so we have  seen bombs being aimed at the defenceless, fundamentalists determined to take the lives of strangers, defiance on the streets of the capital but the act of terror has a way of reviving the memory of terror and Britain has faced terror like this before. In just 12 months during the mid 1970's 40 terrorist attacks w

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Is Anybody Out There?

Is Anybody Out There?

On August 15th 1977 a strange signal from the constellation Sagittarius was received by the Big Ear radio telescope. The signal known as the 'Wow!' signal reached an intensity up to 30 times higher than the usual signals detected and it had a duration of 72 seconds. Its name comes form the side note which was written at the moment it was discovered by astronomer Jerry R. Ehman. Ehman was a coll

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TT3D Closer to the Edge

The TT motorcycle race takes place on the Isle of Man every year and TT3D: Closer to the Edge is a film which follows some of the leading riders of the 2010 race, most notably Guy Martin and Ian Hutchinson. Shot in 3D this is a unique film which vividly recounts some of the most legendary rivalries seen on the roads of the Isle of Man and in road racing history. We discover why modern TT riders

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Fisher of Men

Fisher of Men

Thousands of migrants have drowned in the Mediterranean while sailing from Libya to Italy. Chamseddine Marzoug, a fisherman from Jarjis in neighbouring Tunisia, buries some of their bodies in a “cemetery of the unknown”. RTD finds out what motivates his kindness and why Tunisians and Sub-Saharan Africans are risking their lives to reach Europe.

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Hidden Killers of the Tudor Home

Nowadays we think of the Tudor home as an icon of Britishness, timber-framed and possibly thatched, a cottage even, it sounds wonderful but these quaint pretty relics of the past belie the revolution in technology that changed them and us. It is considered to be the great age of change and it is one of the reasons we love the Tudor period so much, because it is the age of discovery and there's

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