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A North Korean Diary

Luca Faccio, a photographer from Vienna, Italy has managed to secure a visa to travel to North Korea seven times since 2005 and over the course of these trips he has gained great insight into the people and their worldview. During these trips Luca managed to see more than he was allowed to be shown, any journalist visiting the country is always accompanied by minders around the clock but Luca m

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A Mind to Murder: Dennis Nilsen

Dennis Nilsen is one of Britain's biggest serial killers of the 21st century, he has openly admitted to murdering fifteen young men at his homes in London. Was was it that drove an apparent respectable civil servant to go on a four year killing spree? Why did he confess all to police and who were those who escaped his murderous attacks? In this episode of Real Crime these questions are asked as

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Braveheart: Fact or Fiction?

In May 1297 the course of Scottish history was changed forever when The Sheriff of Lanark, Sir. William Heselrig was hacked to death by a young Scottish patriot, his name was William Wallace or as we have come to know him, Braveheart. Wallace was a legend, a national hero but in this episode of Fact or Fiction TV personality Tony Robinson has gone to Scotland in order to discover the truth behi

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The Seven Five

The Seven Five

The Seven Five was released in 2014 and it documents the police corruption which was rampant in New York City back in the 80's, focusing primarily on 75th precinct of the New York Police Department. The main protagonist is Michael Dowd, a former police officer who served for 10 years before getting arrested in 1992, his arrest ultimately led to one of the largest police corruption scandals in New

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Meet The Stans

Meet The Stans

Meet the Stans is a four part travel documentary written and presented by British author and journalist Simon Reeve. In this series Reeve travels to several countries in Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan hence the name of this film. The series makes for some very interesting viewing as this journey provides us with some genuine insight into these countries' culture

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The Jinx

The Jinx

The Jinx is a documentary mini-series which consists of six episodes that delve into several murder/disappearance cases for which Robert Durst has been and is still the prime suspect. Durst himself is an American real estate heir, the son of New York City mogul Seymour Durst and in 1982 his wife Kathie vanished into thin air. Many believe Durst to be responsible for this but given the fact that th

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Cracking The Shakespeare Code

Imagine a country where many people have become convinced that much of what we know about William Shakespeare is wrong. Thanks to the dedicated efforts of one man, a chunk of the population believes in some hugely controversial ideas about Shakespeare and secret codes appearing in his work. The country in question is Norway, church organist Petter Amundsen has persuaded a best selling author to

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Inside Chernobyl’s Mega Tomb

Today in Ukraine an international team of engineers is racing to assemble one of the most complex super structures ever built, at an extraordinary 36,000 tones it will be the largest structure moved on land. A mega dome tasked to entomb the crumbling remains of the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. In 1986 the Chernobyl nuclear reactor exploded releasing 400 times more radiation than the Hiroshima bom

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The War Business

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The War Business

The War Business is a film by Mark Stucke which deals with the practice of private armies or mercenaries hired by governments and multinational companies. These are typically companies whose investments are being compromised by war. This film uncovers the bloody truth of some of these armies for hire in particular "Executive Outcomes" which was founded in South Africa by former Lieutenant-Colon

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