Suicide is the biggest killer of men under 50 in the United Kingdom, causing more deaths in this group than car accidents or cancer. In this sensitive film, Dr Xand van Tullekan finds out what we know about why people develop suicidal thoughts and whether there is anything we can do about it.
In college football, tradition is everything, and the battle between historically Black colleges, Southern and Grambling State is a ritual unlike any other. Especially at halftime.
Allie helps opiate-addicted Tia confront her dark past and childhood abuse. Frankie works with veteran amputee Scotty, whose heroin addiction left him homeless.
A woman puts her own recovery in jeopardy to save her husband, Jimmy, from his crippling addiction. Addicted to meth, Shane tries to start over by leaving his old life behind.
Hockey's Gibson Cup is as old as the sport itself, and in a quiet Michigan town where the game was first born, two teams have been battling for it for over 100 years.
Two women arriving on separate flights from Vietnam arouse suspicion. Then, a parcel from China has a customs officer gravely concerned.
An angry banker tries to tell a customs officer how to do her job, a mother's passionate plea to be reunited with her son, and a smuggler's attempt to sneak in everything but the kitchen sink.
An Australian man has something to hide but customs is having trouble finding it; an immigration compliance team prepares to raid a factory with suspected illegal workers; a potentially dangerous parcel arrives from Hong Kong.
A Malaysian traveller raises concerns for Gold Coast officers when he arrives for a four-day holiday with only $125, a suitcase full of clothes and little knowledge about what he wants to do other than 'see the view'. A package sent from Brazil containing a jewellery box alerts Customs and an x-ray reveals a hidden lining. Quarantine officer Eddy discovers a man travelling from China has bags filled with undeclared food, as well as a large wooden sword. And a French tourist arriving to see her boyfriend alerts immigration when they discover a diary she has with different names and dollar amounts alongside.
Heroin addict Tiffany resorts to prostitution to support her habit. Can Frankie reach her before she falls to her addiction? Allie searches for a homeless addict in need of help.
Frankie checks in on Chris, an addict who keeps lying about going to rehab. Allie undertakes a dangerous and traumatising rescue.
A talented artist's life unravels into drug-fuelled chaos after his dad dies. Allie's long-time friend continues her road to recovery while battling demons of her 20-year addiction.
Insightful, irreverent, moving and unpredictable, this episode sets the record straight about what it's really like to be an Indigenous Australian.
This documentary advocates for the preservation of Pygmy culture throughout Central Africa.
Chinese New Year is celebrated by over 1 billion people around the world. In China, it's when the largest annual migration happens, as everyone tries to return home to be with their family, to sit down for the most important meal of the year: the reunion dinner on the eve of Chinese New Year. This is the story of how five families in north-east China strengthen their bonds and warm their hearts in the annual reunion dinner.
Transnational criminal Paul Le Roux has made millions as a gunner runner, diamond smuggler, and warlord. But what he wants more than anything is to follow in the footsteps of Pablo Escobar as a cocaine kingpin. Le Roux sets his sights on the lucrative market of Australia, where cocaine can be sold for astronomical profits. But as he attempts to land his first shipment, the DEA and Australian Federal Police are watching.
We follow investigative journalist Jeremy McDermott as he tracks down an Invisible who goes by the alias Memo Fantasma. Legend has it that in 1993, he stole a load of cocaine from Pablo Escobar and used that as his seed money to start his own hidden drug empire. He managed to get a free pass from US law enforcement by giving up his cohorts. He has morphed himself into a seemingly successful businessman with a construction empire, but where does the money come from?
On November 20, 1995, BBC Panorama broadcast the scoop of the century. A candid interview with Princess Diana in which she broke every protocol, exposing traumas and scandal of life in the royal household. Twenty-five years later, this film looks at how the broadcasting event of the century was orchestrated, what the interview revealed about modern society, and new insights into the psychological portrait of Diana herself, a naive young woman who believed in the fairytale of her marriage only to lose her sense of self in its realities.
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