Domestic abuse is one of the biggest social issues affecting women and girls globally. Stacey Dooley is determined to challenge the apathy surrounding domestic abuse and find out what is being done to help those most affected.
A fire is raging in the hearts of African Americans. The shooting on August 9th 2014 of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, combined with shocking images of American police brutalizing and killing black people on line continue to shock the world and have led to the worst riots in a decade. One year on, BBC Radio 1 DJ, Reggie Yates has come to Ferguson, a small town in America's Bible Belt, to find that the events of the last year have politicised a new generation of young activists.
This 1991 documentary by director Paul Yule presents a compelling investigation of the censorship battles, anti-pornography debates and culture wars between the political left and right that raged throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s.