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    Breaking into Prison (2016)

    New talent Livvy Haydock investigates the dramatic rise of contraband inside UK prisons, as she gains access to the criminals smuggling drugs and mobile phones into the HMP – and uncovers the links in the chain, on both sides of the law. antidoteproductions.co.uk

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    Burglar in the House (2012)

    Every two minutes a house in Britain is burgled, and for years Nottingham has suffered the highest burglary rates in the UK. But the city’s police are fighting back, and are now capturing the burglars on camera. They are installing hidden minicams inside ordinary homes, which record the thieves in action. They call them […]

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    Five Daughters – Mini Series (2010)

    Five Daughters: The BBC’s dramatic reconstruction of the horrendous killing spree of Steve Wright (The Suffolk Strangler) in Ipswich 2006 is a benchmark of how to tell a story with sensitivity. Ironically, the actual factual journalistic coverage of the time was less sensitive, focusing on Wright’s victims as merely ‘prostitutes’ rather than people; sisters, […]

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    Generation Jihad – 3 Part Miniseries (2010)

    Taylor is an experienced and talented journalist, who is chiefly known for a series of well-regarded documentaries on Northern Ireland. But the first instalment of Generation Jihad also raised a number of important additional questions – particularly about the relationship between radicalisation and Western foreign policy. Two prominent themes that emerged early in the […]

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    The Brit Who Tried to Kill Trump (2017)

    Michael Sandford, a slim, pale man in T-shirt and trainers walks up to a police officer, his head slightly bowed, and appears to ask a question. After a couple of seconds he makes a fumbled grab for the officer’s gun, then quickly gets pushed to the floor. The crowd around him start to holler […]