Health

Becoming Immortal

When we are born we already know one thing, we have too little time, much too little time. In the blink of an eye or the shedding of a tear we become old. We are all born to die, but there is hope because isn't ageing merely an illness? One that will sooner or later catch up with each an every single one of us, but what if there was a cure that could cure our immortality? In this film we explor

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The Things I See: Living with Psychosis

A short film by the BBC which sees three people sit down and tell their stories of living with mental health conditions and how they individually manage and deal with delusions which vary from the bizarre and peculiar, to the sinister and terrifying. Blogger Sophie Eliza began hearing voices at the start of her psychosis and gradually became convinced that a group of people were out to get her. K

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I’m A Teenage Grandmother

Zara Hartshorn from Rotherham, England is only 16 but she has a rare genetic disorder which she has inherited from her mother, a medical condition which makes her old before her time. Her skin is extremely loose and wrinkly which has left her looking as though she is in her 40's. The bullying that Zara has been faced with due to her appearance has shredded her confidence and because of this she

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Inside Britain’s Fattest Man

At the dawn of the 21st century there is one last unexplored territory on Earth, it's a place of awesome spectacle, unseen horrors and terrifying life and death battles between man and nature, where is this place you ask? It's inside Barry Austin, Britain's fattest man. No one in Britain eats and drinks like him and in this film we see TV personality Richard Hammond explore the inside of Barry'

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The Dome

The Dome

Halfway between Austrailia and Hawaii in the middle of a seemingly endless pacific ocean we find a chain of islands that together form the nation of the Marshall Islands. Spread over 2 million square kilometres in the central pacific lie the Marshall Islands, a scattering of more than 1,000 islands and islets and few people have heard of Enewetak but it is the ground zero of US nuclear testing in

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Alan Shearer: Dementia, Football and Me

Alan Shearer: Dementia, Football and Me sees former England international footballer Alan Shearer examine the possibility that there is a link between football and dementia. Over the past few years sports such as American Football, Boxing, MMA and Rugby have come under attack due to new understanding of how concussions and the head trauma caused by these sports can lead to significant brain dam

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SWOLE

SWOLE

SWOLE is a new three part VICE documentary which focuses on the world of body building and culture surrounding it. Throughout we hear from many professional and amateur bodybuilders alike as they explain what it is exactly they drives them to do what they do and in some cases take steroids. In part one we hear from Greg Douctte, a man who has competed in over 100 bodybuilding and powerlifting c

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The Man With The Seven Second Memory

Clive Wearing, has one of the worst cases of amnesia in the world, he was a renowned musicologist, conductor, tenor and keyboardist living in London when he was struck down by a virus in 1985. Parts of his brain were completely destroyed including his memory, however his ability to play music is unaffected. Clive's case became known to millions when a television documentary entitled Prisoner of

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Warning: This Drug May Kill You

HBO's special Warning: This Drug May Kill You is a heartbreaking tale of four families who have all been tragically affected by prescribed opioid addiction, it is an epidemic that is echoed all across the United States, ripping communities apart one addict at a time. It is an epidemic which was fueled by an aggressive 1990's marketing campaign led by Purdue Pharma that promoted the widespread u

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