15 films Found
They're the bad boys of high finance, burning millions, sometimes billions of our cash. But are rogue traders just maverick loners, or a product of a high-rolling banking culture that's out of control?
Quite where the Burry Man tradition comes from nobody really knows any more. But John Nicolls is prepared to go to painful lengths to ensure it's not completely forgotten.
What do you do when you're a journalist and your editor is demanding an exclusive story for the front page? At News of the World you employed a foul-mouthed private investigator with a criminal record to steal the information you needed. As this investigative documentary shows, the News of the World had for many years operated an industrial-scale phone hacking enterprise to get their scoops, hack…
George Osbourne rallied behind David Cameron yesterday, defending the Prime Minister after allegations of debauched behaviour by Lord Ashcroft. We revisit the Osbourne scandal of 2011, with an interview from prostitute Natalie Rowe.
Behind the public furor, the phone hacking scandal has been most traumatic for the victims whose most intimate conversations were being tapped. We hear the personal stories at the heart of the crisis.
Consumerism has become the cornerstone of the post-industrial age. Yet how much do we know about it and what it is doing to us? Using theories of evolutionary psychology to underpin a bold narrative of our times, this film takes a whirlwind tour through the "weird mental illness of consumerism", showing how our insatiable appetite has driven us into "the jaws of the beast". Both an apocalyptic an…
Thousands of people combine normal jobs with training for the Territorial Army. But what was once just a supporting force is now 30% of the over-stretched British Army's deployment, even to the frontline.
The English love their native red squirrels. As the species comes under increasing threat, a 'red army' of activists have stepped forward to defend the beloved national symbol.