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Naked Science: Deadliest Planets

In the future humanity may leave the Earth behind and search for a new home in space, but where exactly? Our solar system is a dangerous place. There are fiery volcanic worlds, planets with 1400 mile an hour winds, clouds of deadly acid and temperatures hot enough to melt lead. Among these violent worlds, are there planets where we could one day live? We are on a voyage to find out, to explore

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Columbine

Columbine

In 1999 students Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold would embark on a massacre that would make history and the name of one Colorado high school synonymous with tragedy. The Columbine High School shooting saw these two individuals ill 12 of their fellow students and a teachers before committing suicide. As the clock ticked the body count rose and with it the question, why had these two young men wage

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The Gulf War

The Gulf War

In the winter of 1991 amid the burning oil wells of Kuwait two armies faced each other in the desert at stake were the oil wells of the Middle East and America's leadership in the world. The war in the Persian Gulf would be the first test after the Cold War of America's promise of a new world order. For the American military this would be a war fought on two fronts against an Iraqi army entrenc

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In Search of Flight AF447

23 months after Air France Flight AF447 crashed in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean (June 1st, 2009) the two black boxes from the Rio to Paris flight were recovered from a depth of 3,900 metres and are only now ready to reveal their secrets. For two years the world was left wondering what it was that ultimately caused this accident and left 228 people dead, the families of whom were most in nee

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Burzynski: The Cancer Cure Cover-Up

A Polish native named Stanislaw Burzynski attended Lublin Medical University where he graduated first in his class at age 24 and received his PhD in biochemistry the following year. While undergoing his research to acquire his PhD, Dr. Burzynski made a profound discovery. He found a strain of peptides in human blood and urine that had never before been recorded in biomedical research. As his cu

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Haughey

Haughey

Charles J. Haughey brought charisma and controversy to Irish politics, he inspired devotion and provoked division like few others had before him and this story contains tales of ambition, achievement and disgrace as Haughey dominated his party and his country for a quarter of a century, his life defined Irish times. Haughey is a four-part mini-series documenting the life of former Taoiseach Cha

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A Look Inside Russia’s Creepy, Innovative Internet

In Russia technology developed a world apart from Silicon Valley and that didn't chance once the Soviet Union collapsed, over 25 years later and Russia has copied large parts of the web the rest of us know and love, they went ahead and built a Russian internet and with new laws cooked up by the Kremlin and rubber-stamped in Moscow it's becoming more and more a souvenir internet but like everything

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GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans

Originally released in 1976, GI Junkies: The Forgotten Veterans is a film by Richard Kotuk which examines the crisis that was the return of Vietnam veterans who received no hero's welcome because of their addiction to drugs. They were also stripped of their educational and medical benefits due this. In the summer of 1971, when the United States involvement in the Vietnam war was near its peak, 

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Prime Time: The Graham Dwyer Case

In this RTÉ special we see Prime Time reporter Barry Cummins detail the circumstances and subsequent investigation into the case of Elaine O'Hara, an Irish woman who was originally reported missing but sadly was later found murdered by Graham Dwyer. This Prime Time special reveals just how Graham Dwyer was caught and how his ultimate conviction was by sheer coincidence as several men happened t

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