In this episode, traffic officers in Cambridgeshire offer an insight into their jobs, which include arresting drink drivers and issuing speeding tickets. The film reveals the close bonds that often develop between colleagues, and the banter they use as a shield against the duty they all dread - informing the next of kin when someone dies as the result of an accident on the road.
At a time when no-one feels entirely protected from terrorism, Sebastian Junger uses his first-hand experience to chronicle Syria's downward spiral and the human toll of the carnage brought on by the Islamic State.
Recruits Jalal and Ziyaad experience bloody frontline battle, Shakira is thrown into a dangerous situation with a menacing ISIS commander and Ushna is confronted by the reality of life as a woman in Syria.
This two-part documentary filmed across Australia, Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore, investigates the threat to Asia-Pacific from supporters of the Islamic State group. Featuring interviews with senior jihadis, their families and counter terrorism experts, this program details why radicalisation is spreading across the region, and how it is affecting every day people and communities. Over 750 Indonesians, Malaysians and Australians have gone to Syria to join ISIS or other militant groups. We tell the stories of the few who have gone to Syria and Iraq, and uncover the reasons behind - and the tragic consequences - of their radicalisation.
When a woman is gunned down in the parking lot of her therapist's office building, it looks like a random act of violence. But security footage and eyewitnesses quickly reveal that the murder is part of a larger, cold-blooded scheme carried out by a decorated community figure.