The materials of tomorrow are supposed to secure the future of our planet. This is how high the stakes are set within the world of developing new materials - an undertaking with which both renowned research (...) +
In the early 90s in Canada a series of unexplained rapes terrified the population until a married couple were arrested. Paul Bernardo was suspected of being the ’Scarborough Rapist’ who attacked at least 23 women and (...) +
At the easternmost reaches of Russia, halfway around the globe and eight time zones away from Moscow, lies the peninsula of Kamchatka. Almost 400,000 people inhabit this region, roughly the size of Germany. Most of (...) +
Dheisheh refugee camp, West Bank.
Between the settlements and the wall the here men lack air and space. Like all the children from this camp, Tamer dreams of liberating his country and takes his cues from the (...) +
What was Christianity like in its very early days? How was Jesus seen? How was the Son of God depicted? What were the reasons for the triumphant march of Christianity? Was the Christian faith different in its early (...) +
In early June 1944, 1.5 million Allied soldiers stand ready in southern England to embark on the largest amphibious assault in military history: Operation Overlord.
For tens of thousands of young U.S. soldiers, (...) +
Jails – places of fixed-term imprisonment, of reeducation, resocialisation and mandatory labour – have existed since the beginning of the 19th century. This documentary, filmed inside prisons in Russia, Norway, San (...) +
The economic crisis is forcing many people to cut their weekly food budget and one way to do this is by eating the low cost supermarket brand alternatives to their favourite products. These products now account for (...) +