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Around 8.4 million children around the world are enslaved today. Now, in a remarkable journey across three continents, five of them tell their stories. This documentary is presented by reporter Rageh Omaar. The International Labour Organization in 2006, estimated 218 million working children aged between five and 17. If awareness is the first step to reform, then this documentary certainly strikes at our collective and individual conscience as human beings.
BBC - India to Sri Lanka
Nick Baker is in the Appalachian mountains of the USA on the hunt for the hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis) - a rare giant salamander with a sinister reputation and an uncertain future.
A brilliant and pretty obscure look at the flip side of swinging sixties London. Narrated by a rather sardonic and sometimes scathing James Mason, we are taken on a tour of the underbelly of London. The film is artfully edited and offers straight factual history with real life characters/ street performers/ vendors who seem very unaware of the camera. The documentary has extremely surreal and quite tragic scenes by turn and encapsulates a London undocumented in the media of the time. The film is too short and could easily have been extended to a series of particular areas of London. The film has occasional screenings in art-house cinemas and should be seen by anyone interested in the history of London and documentary makers.
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