Follows the trials and tribulations of the villagers of Glod, Romania as they attempt to clear their name after being unkindly portrayed as incestuous relatives and friends of Borat in Sacha Baron Cohen's infamous 2006 film. Little, on the surface, has changed two years after Baron Cohen's crew departed. The village still has no sewerage or running water, and few of the residents have regular work, even after the 3 per head that locals were paid to participate.
The final program in the series takes viewers to the heart of a riot. Members of Greater Manchester Police's Tactical Aid Unit police a demonstration in Bolton town centre between English Defence League supporters and counter-demonstrators from Unite Against Fascism. Despite being trained to tackle heavy-duty jobs, controlling the crowds proves a challenge for the officers, and as the number of people increases, violence and scores of arrests ensue.
This compelling story, filmed on location in Australia and Vietnam, looks at the true story of the remarkable life and death of Van Nguyen, a Vietnamese-Australian man who was convicted of drug trafficking in Singapore and executed for his crime in 2005. His hanging was the first execution of an Australian in Southeast Asia since 1993. Nguyen was only 25 years old.
The dramatic conclusion to Better Man, based on the true story of Van Nguyen. When Kim Nguyen discovers that her son has been imprisoned in Singapore for drug trafficking, she seeks out a lawyer to help him.