One pair of boots, two women and several drug readings. A high tech mission to combat serious threats in our northern waters. And a woman's planning a wedding but there's one thing that could put her wedding day on hold.
A passenger admits to using narcotics but officers make a find that he will struggle to explain. A New Zealand man was living a life of crime, but the right girl is living on the wrong side of the border. Also, the discovery of a mysterious substance puts officers on high alert. Narrated by Grant Bowler.
Every day, 20,000 passengers enter Canada via Vancouver International Airport. Phony tourists, aggressive visitors, drug filled toys and weapons disguised as phones are all just a normal day for the security team.
An adrenaline junkie makes a startling admission when a detector dog gives a strong reaction to him. An alert officer notices that the contents of some drink packages are the wrong colour.
As Donald Trump gets into the swing of his second year, he is starting to enjoy himself. But his past threatens to catch up with him. The Stormy Daniels scandal threatens to expose a man whose every swagger is at odds with a MeToo world. Alternative title: Trump: The White House Years.
Presented by Ann Widdecombe, this documentary goes behind the walls of one of the most unusual prisons in the world, Halden Prison in Norway. In her time as the government's Justice Minister back in the 1990s, Ann visited 135 prisons in the UK. Norway boasts one of the lowest rates of recidivism in the world, so Ann is intrigued to find out what they're doing right.
The people at the top of the CIA and Saddam Hussein's foreign minister describe just how the US and Britain got it so wrong about Saddam's weapons of mass destruction before the invasion. Tony Blair recounts how he flew to US President Gerge W Bush's private retreat at Camp David to go head to head with US Vice-President Dick Cheney. Colin Powell explains how he came to make his disastrous presentation to the United Nations. Foreign secretary Jack Straw describes how he - and even Bush himself - tried to persuade Tony UK Prime Minister Blair that to join in the invasion was political suicide.
After two terms as first lady, Hillary steps out on her own as a candidate for office. This episode follows the leaps forward and setbacks on Hillary's path from senator to presidential nominee, and ultimately to the final days of the 2016 election.
Louis heads to America's East Coast to explore the rise of sexual assault cases on university campuses. He meets young men accused of rape and sexual assault who, while not guilty in a court of law, are being taken through specialist investigations by the universities and face expulsion if found responsible for the alleged assaults. Louis also talks to complainants who feel let down by the current legal system. They argue that these investigations are righting a long-standing wrong. And he hears how professionals are trying to establish new rules of consent among America's younger generation.
After major setbacks in Washington, Hillary Clinton forges a new identity as a global feminist icon. But she also must grapple with the most painful moment in her marriage, which still looms large 20 years later in her campaign against Donald Trump.
Cast in the 2016 Democratic primary as a product of the establishment, this episode examines Hillary Clinton's debut on the national stage during the '90s and her provocative, transformative turn as first lady of the United States.
As Hillary Clinton launches her 2016 bid for the presidency, she tells the story of her first political transformation from a young suburban Republican to the iconoclastic First Lady of Arkansas.
Between 1980 and 1985, four people were murdered after five bombings targeting judges of the Family Court of Australia. A major Seven investigation would blow the case wide open to find the killer, Leonard Warwick.
A look at the first months of the Donald Trump presidency and how it was uniquely embedded in the Department of Homeland Security Border Force on the US border with Mexico, as the president attempts to build his controversial wall. From local people and humanitarian groups, to the vigilantes who spend their days hunting illegal immigrants, this visceral documentary shows all sides of the story. This is an honest and balanced look at America through one of the US president's most controversial campaign pledges.
It was the crime that changed Australia. On February 2, 1986, 26-year-old nurse Anita Cobby was grabbed off the street, driven to an isolated paddock and brutally murdered. The trial of her five killers, including three brothers, captivated the world, as all were sentenced to life imprisonment and their files marked 'never to be released'. The real story has never been told, until now. In a powerful special investigation, award-winning journalist Steve Pennells reveals astonishing new facts about the case, the first TV interview of Anita's long-forgotten husband John Cobby, and we hear the explosive confessions of the killers.
Vladimir Putin arrives in the Kremlin as a vulnerable and unknown president, whom the Russian oligarchs hope to control. He asserts his hold on power and ultimately surrounds himself with his KGB peers.
An Italian family face being torn apart, an Irish couple fight for their son, and a man in detention makes his last desperate bid to prevent his deportation to a country he barely knows.
This film tracks how Putin escapes poverty by joining the KGB, his reinvention as a political fixer in the aftermath of the collapse of the Soviet Union, and how he gets into position to take over from President Yeltsin.
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