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    7/7: One Day in London (2012)

    The day after London won the Olympic bid, terrorists attacked the public transport network killing 52 people and injuring over 700. Seven years later, as the eyes of the world are once again focused on the capital, ‘7/7: One Day in London’ gathers the testimony of over 50 people directly affected by the bombings, […]

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    Addiction – Afghanistan’s Secret Shame (2013)

    Addiction – Afghanistan’s Secret Shame – Afghanistan has long been known as a major producer of drugs – but now it’s become one of the worst consumers of illegal drugs in the world. High unemployment, war trauma and easy access to refined heroin have resulted in more than a million Afghans being addicted to […]

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    BBC Northern Ireland – Bloody Friday (2012)

    On a Friday afternoon in the summer of 1972, the Provisional IRA exploded 19 bombs across Belfast in little over an hour. Nine people were killed and 130 injured. The dead included four teenagers. The youngest victim was a 14 year-old schoolboy, the oldest was a 68 year-old woman. The British government responded by […]

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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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    Catching History’s Criminals: The Forensics Story (2015)

    Sherlock has his mind palace, Morse his music – every detective has an edge. For most, it’s forensic science. This three-part series provides a rare and fascinating insight into the secret history of catching murderers, charting two centuries of the breakthroughs that have changed the course of justice. Surgeon and writer Gabriel Weston explores […]

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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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    Horror in the East (2001)

    Horror in the East: Japan and the Atrocities of World War II (2000) is a two-part BBC documentary film that examines certain actions, including atrocities, and attitudes, of the Imperial Japanese Army in the lead up to and during World War II. The film also examines attitudes held by the British and Americans, toward […]

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    How Hackers Changed the World: We Are Legion (2013)

    Inside the complex network and history of Anonymous, the radical online ‘hacktivist’ collective. Through interviews with current members – some recently returned from prison, others still awaiting trial – as well as writers, academics and major players in various ‘raids’, the film traces the collective’s breathtaking evolution from merry pranksters to a full-blown global […]

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    How Police Missed the Grindr Killer (2017)

    Stephen Port was jailed for life after being found guilty of the murder of four young gay men in Barking, east London. The bodies of two of Port’s victims were found in the same position, in the same graveyard, by the same dog walker three weeks apart. Yet a catalogue of police failings meant […]

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    India’s Daughter (2015)

    INDIA’s DAUGHTER is the story of the short life, and brutal gang rape and murder in Delhi in December 2012 of an exceptional and inspiring young woman. The rape of the 23 year old medical student by 6 men on a moving bus, and her death, sparked unprecedented protests and riots throughout India and […]