Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Police uncovered a letter in which demonstrated that sexual grooming was taking place in Manchester long before the Rochdale scandal emerged. A girl who died of a drugs overdose aged 15 penned the letter, which outlined how she had been the victim of abuse by a string of men, a new documentary claims. The investigation identified 17 potential victims including Victoria, who had lived in a care home in Rochdale , but the case was abandoned in I got the rest of my life ahead of me. I have slept with people older than me. This was systematic child abuse Manchester Evening News Sara Rowbotham exposed the grooming scandal Read More Fury in Rochdale as Three Girls grooming gang member spotted back on the streets The documentary includes interviews with victims of the subsequent Rochdale grooming gang as well as Sara Rowbotham, a sexual health worker in Rochdale who had helped to gather two filing cabinets of evidence against abusers. Since then, the local team have worked with over children. We hope the documentary highlights this and the multi-agency support that is now available for people. We will always look for ways to be one step ahead of these criminals.
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Three top accountants from Duff and Phelps have personally filed papers seeking damages over an expose of the controversial sale of the club to Craig Whyte in David Grier, Paul Clark and David Whitehouse lodged the defamation writ at Glasgow Sheriff Court — the same court which will host a criminal trial centred on their handling of the Rangers administration. Daly is personally named in the writ, along with the BBC and an expert witness who appeared on the programme in May
This film was my first collaboration with Wingspan productions and their unbelievably talented director Cat Gale. In their write up on the documentary, the BBC described it as a high tech romp into the mind-expanding world of data.
Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now Get Daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingSee our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email The popular documentary Ambulance featuring West Midlands Ambulance Service is back for a third series this evening. The show follows the service and its staff across the West Midlands – including Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire – as they deal with the highs and lows on life on the road and in the control room.
Tonight’s episode begins with call assessor Shanie as she deals with the cries of a woman in labour. Shanie has just graduated from training, but with a supervisor watching over she calmly guides the caller through delivering the baby. The crew also deal with an elderly patient who is face down on the landing with a broken ankle and also receive a call from a community centre with concerns for the safety of a man showing signs of agitation.
In the meantime, an emergency call comes into control with reports that a year-old girl has been taken ill at school and is unconscious. It turns out to be one of the paramedic’s daughters and elsewhere in the Midlands another crew are called to a suicide. Read More “I am proud that we have been able to show the diverse nature of our workforce and how we interact with people from every area and community of the West Midlands.
Justin Small features in this evening’s episode “You will get a chance to experience the second by second decisions of our staff face for example helping someone who simply wants to end their life through to the desperation of lonely elderly patients who have no-one else to turn to. Sometimes it isn’t easy viewing but throughout, the actions of our staff are exceptional and I am so proud of them. The programme follows the staff as they deal with everything from major trauma including road traffic collisions and stabbings, acutely unwell babies, through to patients with complex medical conditions and a call from someone who wants to commit suicide.
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It was a game they had to win. Racism was rife and black people were far from welcome on the pitch, in the stands or in the boardroom. In this film, presenter Adrian Chiles journeys across England to discover the truths, taboos and real meaning behind this remarkable game. The Three Degrees were an integral part of the West Bromwich Albion team, and although experienced racism on and off the pitch, were accepted by both black and white football fans.
On his journey Adrian also discovers the so-called Fourth Degree — left back player Vernon Hodgson, who 30 years on from the game, still resides in West Bromwich working as a refuse collector.
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I watched this one a while ago, whilst not great it is worth watching if you have any interest in research chemicals as well as disdain for people who pay no regard to harm reduction. Can I get high legally This was a particularly poor and uninformative documentary made by the BBC, presented by the massive twat that is George Lamb. Lamb goes round trying to discuss legal drugs with users and scientists and it is blatantly clear throughout that he has done little research and has no clue what he is on about.
The highlight of this documentary is Lamb trying some legal highs and flying off to Pluto in front of the cameras. There are survivors of these experiments who have been interviewed about their experiences and they are just horrific. The dosages that test subjects were given were just insane, and to put someone in uncomfortable surroundings whilst in that state is just cruel.
The idea behind the research was to create a weapon to use against enemies which would render them unable to fight. It was eventually determined that this type of treatment was inhumane and the tests were supposedly stopped. Super High Me A similar premise to super size me, comedian Doug Benson spends 30 days sober, then 30 days blazed out of his mind. I find that he pussyfoots around his interviewees and is almost too scared to ask what he wants, leaving the audience feeling unfililled.
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The Crown Jewels, which form part of the Royal Collection, consist of items and contain 23, precious stones. These sacred objects form the most complete collection of royal regalia in the world. The Royal Collection Season, a major partnership between the BBC and Royal Collection Trust, reveals the fascinating history of the Royal Collection – one of the largest and most important art collections in the world – bringing both the masterpieces and some of the lesser-known works of art, and the stories behind them, to audiences across Britain.
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Since the announcement of the documentary, which will be fronted by author Sir Terry Pratchett, the debate has raged over assisted suicide and whether the BBC is right to show the death. Below Geoff Morris, a terminally ill multiple sclerosis sufferer, explains his uneasiness over the programme. As he candidly explains, Mr Smedley has decided he wants to die because he has motor neurone disease.
Yet, for all its unique explicitness, the film is hardly honest. Geoff Morris is unhappy at the documentary which shows the death of Peter Smedley In their eagerness to back the campaign to change the law, Sir Terry and the producers have presented this type of suicide as an enriching, even uplifting choice. So the controversial death scene in the clinic, amid the forests and snow-capped mountains of Switzerland, is suffused with beauty.
All that is missing is a choir of heavenly angels. For me, a disabled man with multiple sclerosis, this approach is profoundly troubling. What has been inflicted on viewers is a repellent exercise in deceit. But the film fails to acknowledge any of the serious concerns about assisted suicide. There is no recognition that legalisation could actually encourage abuse and even coercion.
And I fear that any such change will mean that disabled people, like me, are even more marginalised in our society, so that a swift exit comes to be seen as a merciful release. The case that Sir Terry presents is riddled with myth-making. But how could this be achieved in practice?
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This is also true of many of the nurses, corpsmen, orderlies and drivers listed as guest stars. The show reached the top ten program list the following year, and never fell out of the top twenty rated programs during the remainder of its run. In many ways the series set the standard for some of the best programming to appear later. The show used multiple plot lines in a half-hour episodes, usually with at least one story in the comedic vein and another dramatic.
UKTV’s flagship entertainment channel W has given the green-light to Sex, Knives & Liposuction – a three-episode documentary series fronted by Cherry Healey that will explore the world of cosmetic.
The annual telethon will air tonight Friday, November 16 , with a mix of specials, songs and celebrities coming together for BBC One’s huge extravaganza. Here is everything you need to know on who is presenting and all the celebrities involved. When is Children In Need ? Live coverage starts at 7. The show will then continue from BBC Who is presenting? Tess Daly will be the main presenter of the show with several co-presenters joining her.
Husband and wife Marvin and Rochelle Humes will be back and have been involved as a pair since BBC What is the campaign this year?
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The Information Commission launched the probe after the BBC’s Panorama programme purchased 10, people’s details , including dates of birth and sexual preferences. In its investigation into the murkier side of the booming internet dating industry, Panorama also spoke to a whistleblower who claimed staff created ‘pseudo identities’ to con customers into thinking they were being contacted by genuine admirers.
Ryan Pitcher worked for Global Personals, Britain’s third-largest dating company, until Are online dating firms using ‘pseudo’ users? Spain or wherever it may be. It was all fake and under the pretence that it was real.
Posted in Modern Ruth by modernruthproject Last night, Pat requested that we watch a documentary on the Amish. Okay, I thought, why not. So we ended up watching the above BBC documentary — Amish: A Secret Life — which is available on YouTube. The tale is of Miriam and David, an old order Amish couple and their four children the baby comes during the filming period. However, as the documentary continues, you learn they are actually more progressive than they let on at the beginning — even just their willingness for the BBC to film them is an act that would get them excommunicated from the church.
Let me just say — I love this couple. In particular, I love Miriam. She is like the Amish Jennifer Garner with her absolutely gorgeous smile and natural beauty that she does not use makeup to cover. She just radiates goodness. What I found interesting, though, is the connection to my prior post this week — the Amish are a whole society who, due to their religious beliefs, have renounced modern culture. Just looking at them, you know that they are different.
A world from a sheet of paper Thursday 1st September 5pm By folding, crumpling, sometimes tearing, we will explore a variety of phenomena, from magic tricks and geometry to elasticity and the traditional Japanese art of origami. Much of the show consists of table-top demos, which you can try later with friends and family. So, take a sheet of paper… Tadashi Tokieda has attracted worldwide attention for his work connecting maths and science with toys and origami.
Having worked as a painter in Japan and as a classical philologist in France, he is now a mathematician at Stanford and Cambridge, and is active in outreach in the developing world, especially via the African Institute for Mathematical Sciences. The Mathematics of Love Saturday 3rd September 11am —
BBC World Service has released a digital documentary across social networks in a bid to engage with young Arabic speakers who are using social media to access news. The project, titled ‘Sex, honour, shame and blackmail in an online world’, focuses on the issues surrounding honour-based violence in.
Gibbon ‘dating agency’ saves apes By Matt Walker Advertisement The new pair are given several days to get used to each other A gibbon dating agency is helping to reintroduce once captive apes into the forests of southeast Asia. Unusually among apes, a male and female gibbon will mate and remain faithful to one another for life, reaffirming their bond with complex mating songs.
But across southeast Asia, gibbons are captured and illegally held as pets. Now one conservationist is returning these apes to the wild, by first rescuing them, and then using his match-making skills to pair them up. The story of the gibbon-dating agency is told by the programme “Radio Gibbon”, broadcast as part of the BBC wildlife series “Natural World”. The agency is run by Chanee Brule, a year-old Frenchman who fell in love with gibbons after seeing them in a zoo as a child.