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How Video Games Changed the World

How Video Games Changed the World is a one-hour forty-minute documentary special from the creator of Black Mirror, Charlie Brooker, that takes a look at the 25 most significant video games ever made and examines the impact they have had on our wider culture and everyday life.We start off on this incredible techno-journey with the 1972 hit Pong, a table tennis sports game that was comprised of

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Sex for Grades

Sex for Grades is a BBC Africa Eye special that sees reporter Kiki Mordi, take us inside several universities in Nigeria and Ghana which have been plagued by stories of sexual harassment by lecturers and professors for decades. Kiki is 28 years old and wasn't able to complete her studies because a professor of hers withheld her exam results for two semesters as she refused his sexual advancements

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The Mysterious Murder of Nipsey Hussle

The American rapper Ermias Joseph Asghedom, known as Nipsey Hussle was shot dead on 31 March 2019 in the parking lot outside his store, Marathon Clothing, which is located in Slauson, South Los Angeles. He was shot at least 10 times, the suspected gunman is Eric Ronald Holder Jr who was 29 years old at the time of the incident. Holder is currently awaiting trial for the murder after pleading not

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Slumdog Children of Mumbai

The Slumdog Children of Mumbai follows four young children who are all struggling to survive on the streets in the capital of India, Mumbai. With a population of over 18 million people, Mumbai is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, it is difficult to imagine how life might be for a child to fend for themselves here but yet Deepa, Salaam, and twins Hussan & Hussein are doing

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In the Age of AI

In this two-hour Frontline special, we enter a race between nations that is taking place in order to become an artificial intelligence superpower and the politics involved in such a goal. It has been dubbed "The New Space Race" except this time it is China who is taking on the United States. It is a race to gain control of a technology that has the potential to change everything. From the way we

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The First Human

The roots of the human race are shrouded in mystery, lost to the depths of prehistoric time. Although every school kid knows that we evolved from the apes the reality is that almost nothing is known about our earliest ancestors beginnings. In October 2000, in a remote corner of Kenya, Africa, a team of French and Kenyan scientists, led by Martin Pickford and Brigitte Senut made an extraordinary f

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Beyond the Emoji

Beyond the Emoji shows how our means of communication are more extensive than ever before, the push of a button now days can put us in touch with hundreds or even thousands of people who are connected all over the globe. We not only communicate in text but increasingly in images too and Emojis are now used by 2.9 billion people. 212 countries use the emoji keyboard and every day we send seven bil

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Out of Shadows

Out of Shadows is a film that attempts to lift the mask on how the mainstream media and Hollywood try to manipulate and control the masses by spreading propaganda via their platform. Released on YouTube in early April 2020, this film gained over a million views within its first 24 hours after being released, it is currently clocking in at just over thirteen million views which means people are ce

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Alien Reefs

Coral reefs are believed by many to have the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem on the planet. A lot of the life found here can seem very alien at first, they occupy less than 1 percent of the ocean floor but yet are home to more than 25 percent of all marine life. Warm water reefs typically come to mind when thinking of the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, these reefs are very well known

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