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Inside Japan’s Nuclear Meltdown

Inside the worst nuclear disaster of the century, one year later this FRONTLINE special interviews the men who risked their lives to save the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant as they reveal what really happened when it was hit by a tsunami caused by a devastating earthquake on March 11, 2011.In the desperate hours and days after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the fate of thousands of Japanese

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North Korea: Inside the Mind of a Dictator

Kim Jong-un, ruler of North Korea, he is just 36 years old but he commands the world's fourth-largest military, he has access to nuclear weapons and his family has ruled over their people using violence and terror for over 70 years. Kim however, is a man torn between two worlds, the traditions of his brutal Communist past and the need to become a legitimate modern leader.Herein lies Kim's dil

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The Dubliners’ Dublin

Dublin City has been around for a thousand years and the traditional Irish folk group The Dubliners have been singing its praises ever since their inception. In this hour-long special we see leading member Ronnie Drew take us on a tour of Ireland's great capital city. Filmed in 1988 we get an amazing glimpse into what it was like to be from Dublin at the time whilst also receiving a history lesso

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Have Fun in Pyongyang

Have Fun in Pyongyang provides unique insights on everyday life in North Korea, a mysterious country which to this day remains a touchy subject. The world has passed judgment, the country is beyond repair and our preconceived notions about the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea remain firmly in place. Considered by most of the world to be an erratic, Orwellian regime that's paranoid, sch

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Deadliest Roads: Nepal

Jumla, located in Western Nepal is a small town perched at an altitude of 2000 metres above sea level. It's one of the worlds poorest regions. 10,000 people live here, virtually forgotten by the rest of civilization, the only connection to the outside world is the road to Surkhet which is 300 kilometres away at the bottom of the Kalikot valley, it's and awful nightmarish road.In this film we f

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Congo: A Journey to the Heart of Africa

One of the worlds great rivers flows from the heart of Africa, it cuts through the largest rainforest outside of the Amazon and contains wildlife found nowhere else on Earth. The Democratic Republic of Congo is a vast beautiful but tormented place.The country is mineral rich but the people are among the worlds poorest, for centuries its resources have been plundered and it has been ravaged by

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Ross Kemp’s Britain

Over the last 10 years actor and TV personality Ross Kemp, has investigated some of the darkest subjects in some of the most dangerous parts of the world but in this three part documentary series he feels it is time to take a hard look at what is really going on in his own country, a country he loves.Episode 1 - Immigration:In 2016 the number of migrants coming into the United Kingdom hit an a

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North Korea: Crossing The Line

In 1962 a U.S. solider sent to guard the peace in South Korea undertook an extraordinary journey, at the height of the Cold War he deserted his unit and walked across the most heavily fortified area on Earth and defected to an alien communist state, North Korea.The existence of an American defector living in the hearth of the Cold War enemy was denied for decades by both the United States and

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Australia: First 4 Billion Years

Out of all of the seven continents on Earth, none reveal our planets spectacular story through time quite as well as Australia does. In this four part documentary series we are taken on an incredible time traveling adventure, starting out at our planets birth we move forward in time stopping off at key moments or events which helped bring rise to humanity as we know it.Host and sc

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