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24 hour surveillance
24 hour surveillance

Duration: 08:26

A day in the life of Amee, an office worker, illustrates the frequent and varied uses of CCTV monitoring and other forms of surveillance.

 
Anti-CCTV opinions
Anti-CCTV opinions

Duration: 03:34

Banksy's graffiti raises thought-provoking criticisms of the steady increase in CCTV surveillance. Interviews with the street artist and MP Chris Huhne explain concerns about over-use.

 
Anti-crime gadget criticised for infringing civil liberties
Anti-crime gadget criticised for infringing civil liberties

Duration: 02:18

A device designed to move groups of would-be criminals is criticised by civil liberty campaigners.

 
Caste system explained in an Indian school
Caste system explained in an Indian school

Duration: 03:14

The caste system of India is discussed with implications for education classroom.

 
CCTV background
CCTV background

Duration: 04:29

Background information about the uses of CCTV surveillance in the UK.

 
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 1/3)
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 1/3)

Duration: 10:32

Zachariah Fletcher, an actor from England, travels to Kharkov in Ukraine to meet a Russian circus family and train with 15 year old Artem Averyushkin, who's been performing since he was two years old.

 
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 2/3)
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 2/3)

Duration: 09:36

Zachariah Fletcher, an actor from England travels to Moscow with circus performer Artem as he attends a school assessment. Zach explores how growing up as a professional circus performer has affected Artem's childhood.

 
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 3/3)
Daily lives of children working in Russian circuses (pt 3/3)

Duration: 09:07

Zachariah Fletcher, an actor from England, travels to Kharkov in the Ukraine to join circus performer Artem on tour with his circus family. Zach explores how growing up as a professional circus performer has affected Artem's childhood.

 
Exploitation of African youths by football agents
Exploitation of African youths by football agents

Duration: 08:27

Second of three reports by Ousmann Manneh, a 20-year old footballer from the Gambia now living in the UK, looking into the plight of African youths who are promised football trials in Europe but are then abandoned on the streets of Paris by unscrupulous agents.

 
Female equality and education in Syria
Female equality and education in Syria

Duration: 01:28

Syrian girls prepare for their university entrance exams, and a mother talks about her hopes for her daughters.

 
Government responses to health inequalities
Government responses to health inequalities

Duration: 01:02

Examples of recent government advertising campaigns to help reduce health inequalities.

 
GPS background
GPS background

Duration: 03:58

Sequences of a Harry Potter-like character illustrate the power of GPS to track peoples' movement in real-time. Young people then report on the new uses of GPS and GSM to track people. Opinions for and against are set out.

 
GPS opinions
GPS opinions

Duration: 06:35

Video diary of a 15-year-old who volunteers to be tracked by her mother via her mobile phone. The benefits and shortcomings of the technology are shown.

 
Health problems facing the UK
Health problems facing the UK

Duration: 02:04

One of the main health problems UK citizens are facing is poor diet.

 
Know your rights on the high street
Know your rights on the high street

Duration: 03:28

Many consumers are confused about what their rights are when trying to return unwanted goods.

 
Lifestyle choices
Lifestyle choices

Duration: 02:06

An examination of the idea that with money comes choice and a look at government response to health inequality.

 
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 1/3)
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 1/3)

Duration: 09:22

Kaajel Patel, a 20 year old art student from England travels to Mumbai in India to meet three girls who have had success in child roles in the Bollywood film and television industry.

 
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 2/3)
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 2/3)

Duration: 12:05

Kaajel Patel, a 20 year old art student from England, visits an acting school in Mumbai's biggest slum area and meets three child actors to find out how they balance acting, auditions, education and friendships.

 
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 3/3)
Lives of children working in the Bollywood film and television industry (pt 3/3)

Duration: 07:40

Kaajel Patel, a 20 year old art student from England meets fifteen year old Ayesha who has recently become famous through her role in a Bollywood blockbuster action movie.

 
Loyalty card background
Loyalty card background

Duration: 05:46

A daytime TV gameshow format is used to present information and issues relating to store loyalty cards. The range of information collected by large retail companies and the uses it is put to are set out in the questions asked.

 
Meeting older people's health needs
Meeting older people's health needs

Duration: 02:07

Various forms of health care for older people are offered by the NHS, charities, councils and private companies.

 
Meeting older people's housing needs
Meeting older people's housing needs

Duration: 01:00

How have the more well-off prepared for retirement?

 
Middle ground CCTV opinions
Middle ground CCTV opinions

Duration: 04:11

Detective Chief Inspector Mick Neville explains a system called Visual Images, Identifications and Detections Office (VIIDO), which uses available CCTV images to assist in identification of suspected criminals and improve detection rates.

 
PFI/PPP funding
PFI/PPP funding

Duration: 01:18

Discussion about how the government funds public services, using PPP/PFI funding of a hospital as an example.

 
Private healthcare
Private healthcare

Duration: 01:12

A look at the advantages of private healthcare provision.

 
Pro-CCTV opinions
Pro-CCTV opinions

Duration: 03:46

A cinema block buster-style build-up introduces an interview with ex-police superintendent Ray Mallon. He explains the justification for increasing the uses of CCTV around town.

 
Remembering the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 (audio)
Remembering the Hungarian Uprising of 1956 (audio)

Duration: 09:00

On 23 October 1956, protests against Soviet domination of Hungary grew into a short-lived revolution.

 
Squalid conditions in Mumbai slums
Squalid conditions in Mumbai slums

Duration: 02:26

What the slum of Bandra is like for the children who live there.

 
Summary of health inequalities in the UK
Summary of health inequalities in the UK

Duration: 01:49

Discussion on the link between health and wealth.

 
Surviving a terrorist bomb attack (audio)
Surviving a terrorist bomb attack (audio)

Duration: 08:59

A terrorist bomb attack on the island of Bali killed many Indonesian people and tourists in October 2002.

 
Taking part in the Baltic Chain protest, 1989 (audio)
Taking part in the Baltic Chain protest, 1989 (audio)

Duration: 08:59

The Baltic Chain protest against Soviet domination of the Baltic state caught the attention of the world in August 1989.

 
The background to and consequences of the Olympic Protest of 1968 (audio)
The background to and consequences of the Olympic Protest of 1968 (audio)

Duration: 09:00

On the medal winners' podium at the 1968 Olympics, Tommie Smith and John Carlos put their fists in the air and made black power salutes.

 
The Cod Wars (audio)
The Cod Wars (audio)

Duration: 09:00

When Iceland widened its exclusive fishing rights around its coast in the autumn of 1972 British fishermen found themselves fighting for access to their waters

 
The death of anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko (audio)
The death of anti-apartheid activist Steve Biko (audio)

Duration: 09:00

Steve Biko, a prominent anti-apartheid activist, died on 12 September 1977 in police custody.

 
The economics of education in an African school
The economics of education in an African school

Duration: 03:08

An African school discusses the problems of paying for education.

 
The effect of economic migration on children in China
The effect of economic migration on children in China

Duration: 03:18

A Chinese boy explains how he feels about life without his parents, who are forced to live away from him as economic migrants.

 
The effect of war on refugee pupils in a Syrian school
The effect of war on refugee pupils in a Syrian school

Duration: 02:45

A 15 year old Iraqi refugee in Syria struggles to connect with his education.

 
The link between poor health and poverty
The link between poor health and poverty

Duration: 00:40

Glasgow provides an example to describe the link between poor health and poverty.

 
Trade unions at Kvaerner Govan
Trade unions at Kvaerner Govan

Duration: 03:50

A series of BBC news items summarising the sequence of events in an industrial dispute.

 
Training provided by official football academies in Ghana
Training provided by official football academies in Ghana

Duration: 11:43

Third of three reports by Ousmann Manneh, a 20-year old footballer from the Gambia now living in the UK, who visits an official football academy in Ghana where youths are given a realistic and structured life that includes coaching and education.

 
Unofficial football academies in Ghana
Unofficial football academies in Ghana

Duration: 08:56

First of three reports by Ousmann Manneh, a 20-year old footballer from the Gambia now living in the UK, looking into the unofficial football academies in Ghana and the potential to exploit boys who dream of playing in the leagues of Europe.

 
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 1/3)
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 1/3)

Duration: 11:24

Hazel Lindsey, a presenter from England, travels to Ghana to investigate the employment of children on cocoa plantations.

 
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 2/3)
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 2/3)

Duration: 07:30

Hazel Lindsey, a presenter from England, travels to Ghana in West Africa to investigate the child labourers who harvest cocoa to produce chocolate, and learns about the life of young cocoa pickers.

 
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 3/3)
Use of child labour on cocoa plantations in Ghana (pt 3/3)

Duration: 10:29

Hazel Lindsey, a presenter from England has travelled to Ghana in West Africa to investigate the child labourers harvesting cocoa to produce chocolate. She speaks to an organisation campaigning against child labour and one which represents chocolate manufacturers.

 
Yang Xi Wen - Chinese blogger
Yang Xi Wen - Chinese blogger

Blogger Yang Xi Wen spends around 12 hours a day on China's closely controlled internet.

 

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