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Megashare Time: The Kalief Browder Story (2017)
is a documentary series chronicling the life of a 16 year-old student from the Bronx who spent three years on Rikers Island without ever being convicted of a crime. Kalief Browder was walking home from a party when he was arrested for allegedly stealing a backpack. He spent an unconscionable three years in jail awaiting trial--two of which were spent in solitary confinement. Charges were ultimately dropped, and Browder took his own life shortly after being released. Browder's tragic story has galvanized activists and reformers alike in the name of justice. The documentary series will feature first-person accounts, archival footage, and cinematic recreations of key scenes from Browder's life, as well as exclusive interviews from a wide range of those connected to the story, from politicians to close friends and family members to social reformers.
Megashare Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook (2017)
Incredible Medicine: Dr Weston's Casebook: Surgeon Gabriel Weston has spent many years studying the workings of the human body. In this new series she introduces us to people from across the globe, individuals with the world's most unique bodies. Using the latest technology and with the help of leading scientists, Dr Weston uncovers the secrets of their bodies and reveals what makes them unique. By studying the rarest of cases, scientists hope to develop the treatments and even cures of the future
Megashare CBS News Sunday Morning (1979)
The news show that does personal interest pieces, and has done since 1979. Anything from interviews with actors, political figures, athletes, musicians, costume designers, fashion designers, restaurant owners, charity heads, kids with special talents, everything you can think of. It is going on since Charles Karault started in the early years, and Charles Osgood picked up where he left off to retire.
Megashare Frontline (1983)
is a public affairs television program of varying length produced at WGBH in Boston, Massachusetts, and distributed through the Public Broadcasting Service network in the United States. The program is highly respected for producing in-depth documentaries about various subjects, leading to numerous awards. Some programs are made by independent filmmakers and broadcast as part of the series. Since the series debut, there have been more than 500 films broadcast. Although primarily seen through television, the program shows a large portion of their shows in interactive webcasts on their main website
Cast: Will Lyman
Megashare Grand Tours of the Scottish Islands (2013)
In , Paul Murton sets out to experience island life today. He uncovers the past and reveals its connections with the present, pointing to the quirky, the surprising and the beautiful lying just offshore.
Megashare Worlds Busiest Railway 2015 (2015)
From the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus in Mumbai, Dan Snow, Anita Rani, Robert Llewellyn explore the science and systems behind the world's busiest railway. With John Sergeant reporting from across India.
Cast: Robert Llewellyn
Megashare Todd Sampson's Body Hack (2016)
Todd Sampson's Body Hack: Filmed around the world over a period of six months, Todd will take on some of the biggest challenges of his life as he embarks on an epic exploration, investigating some of the world's most extraordinary people. He deconstructs and decodes how these incredible people live, what they do differently from the rest of us and how this impacts the human body.
Megashare Storyville (2002)
Storyville: is a series of different documentaries featuring different topics affecting the world.
Megashare Women In Blue (2014)
TV ONE’s new local series, Women in Blue, follows the lives of seven Kiwi female police officers, working the beat in cities and towns across the country. In New Zealand, policewomen have lower rates of citizen complaints and are acknowledged as being better at gaining the trust of victims of crime. They are relied on to improve community relations and foster a less aggressive approach to keeping the peace than their male counterparts. Is it a battle of the sexes? Or do policewomen bring a different skill set to the force? Women in Blue turns the camera on policewomen and the wide range of work they cover - from detective work to search and rescue, from body identification and recovery, to search warrants and domestic violence, to dealing with drunks. The series chronicles how they deal with the job, both personally and professionally. See the stories of some of our most courageous New Zealanders, told in their own voices, in Women in Blue.
Megashare The Best of British Takeaways (2017)
We are a nation in love with takeaways. We spend six billion pounds on them every year and have more places serving them up than anywhere else in Europe. is celebrating our passion for them and the best of them. Fronted by Cherry Healey and Michelin-starred chef Tom Kerridge, each episode focuses on a different classic: fish and chips, Chinese and Indian. Cherry and Tom will look at the history behind them and three award-winning chefs will then take part in a contest to find out what makes the best British takeaway.
Megashare Million Dollar Cold Case (2017)
Cracking open the files of unsolved murders that have frustrated police and devastated grieving families for years. Police are determined to catch the killers, and have offered one million dollar rewards to help solve these horrific crimes. takes the viewer inside each investigation as cold case detectives track down the murderer. They have a message for the killers â€“ you will be caught. Someone, somewhere knows who did it.
Megashare Masterminds (2003)
tells real crime stories about amazing deceptions that brilliant criminals use to pull off seemingly impossible crimes.
Megashare The Secret Life of the Zoo (2016)
takes a look behind the scenes of Chester Zoo. Using a range of filming techniques, including micro-rigs to capture close up animal behaviour, it will explore what the animals get up to, as well as their relationships with the keepers.
Megashare Loch Lomond: A Year in the Wild (2015)
Nature series which follows the impact of the changing seasons on the ecosystem and diverse wildlife of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Beautifully filmed across one tough year, this is a story of birth and death, predators and prey and the struggle for survival in one of BritainÊ¼s wildest locations.
Megashare Secrets of the Underground (2017)
Some of the world's most confounding archeological and architectural secrets are located close to home and just beneath our feet. With the recent emergence of cutting-edge technologies such as ground penetrating radar (GPR), LIDAR (Light Detection and Ranging), and 3-D imaging, scientists are now able to research fascinating underworlds of secret tunnel networks, ancient structures, and bizarre geological occurrences that offer glimpses into our history like we've never been able to see before. In the new Science Channel series, , premiering Tuesday, February 14 at 10 PM ET/PT, scientist and tech fanatic Rob Nelson travels the country to investigate long lost, subterranean phenomena. From intricate and forgotten sewers and caves, to lost civilizations and structures, SECRETS OF THE UNDERGROUND looks at all things covert, hidden and unfamiliar. The premiere episode finds Nelson in Louisville, Kentucky, where it's been thought that Al Capone used underground passageways as a secret escape route during Prohibition. And in Washington state, Nelson deploys a series of advanced scanning techniques to try to figure out the origins of thousands of earthen mounds that have baffled scientists for generations. Among the other mysteries that Nelson looks to uncover include the existence of a legendary network of complex tunnels at Alcatraz, long rumored by inmates to be a gateway to freedom; Lake Michigan's "Underwater Stonehenge"; and Pennsylvania's fabled mass grave.
Megashare Killing Fields (2015)
There are isolated places in America that appear untouched by anyone. But underneath the surface, these beautiful landscapes reveal a much more sinister reality â€“ a dumping ground for bodies and a home to countless unsolved murders.
Megashare Vanity Fair Confidential (2015)
"" - Whether we love them or love to hate them, there is something about the rich and powerful that keeps us fascinated. From their rise and fall to their outrageous lies, and even murder, Vanity Fair captures it all and we just canâ€™t turn away. Now, the true stories we have all devoured in Vanity Fair come to television. In each hour-long episode, viewers are treated to a sinful dose of power, wealth, deception and crime.
Megashare Independent Lens (1999)
Independent filmmakers are spotlighted in this anthology, which concentrates on documentaries, but occasionally features artist profiles and offbeat fictional films.
Cast: Terrence Howard
Megashare The Housing Enforcers (2014)
follows Matt Allwright as he teams up with Britain's housing officers. He works shoulder to shoulder with local council housing staff as a trainee and joins them on the frontline in the battle between tenants and landlords.
Megashare Finding Jesus Faith Fact Forgery (2015)
The world's foremost scholars, historians and scientists examine six ancient relics thought to be connected to Jesus of Nazareth.
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