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Young UKIP and Proud

Meet UKIP’s youngest members – ambitious, committed and set to be the next generation of political leaders in the UK. If you thought it wasn’t cool to be a UKIP member, think again – these young people are fiercely proud of their party, and not afraid to say so. We find out how their varied backgrounds have led them to support UKIP policies on immigration, EU membership, defense, university fees and tax.

Margaret Thatcher and No10

Vimeo / Lucy Baxter – via Iframely

A collaboration with the Kings College London Policy Institute and the Cabinet Office, a series of long form and short form interviews with Thatcher’s cabinet including Norman Tebbit, Bernard Ingham, Cecil Parkinson and Nigel Lawson. Interviewers include former Newsnight presenter Sue Cameron; Sir Kevin Tebbit, former GCHQ Director and Jon Davis of Kings College London.

WATCH THE FULL SERIES HERE

Inside the International Criminal Court

Inside the International Criminal Court

 

Episode 1 of 5: The Court

1 x 30 mins for Open University, iTunes and YouTube channels

The ICC was established in 2002, to bring to justice those responsible for the worst crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and pending in 2017, the crime of aggression – committed anywhere in the world.
Ten years on, we look at the history and structure of this noble institution and ask what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.

Inside the International Criminal Court

Inside the International Criminal Court

 

Episode 2 of 5: The Offices

1 x 30 mins for Open University, iTunes and YouTube channels

The ICC was established in 2002, to bring to justice those responsible for the worst crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and pending in 2017, the crime of aggression – committed anywhere in the world.
Ten years on, we look at the history and structure of this noble institution and ask what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.

Inside the International Criminal Court

Inside the International Criminal Court

 

Episode 3 of 5: The Barristers

1 x 30 mins for Open University, iTunes and YouTube channels

The ICC was established in 2002, to bring to justice those responsible for the worst crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and pending in 2017, the crime of aggression – committed anywhere in the world.
Ten years on, we look at the history and structure of this noble institution and ask what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.

Inside the International Criminal Court

Inside the International Criminal Court

 

Episode 4 of 5: Thomas Lubanga case study

1 x 30 mins for Open University, iTunes and YouTube channels

The ICC was established in 2002, to bring to justice those responsible for the worst crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and pending in 2017, the crime of aggression – committed anywhere in the world.
Ten years on, we look at the history and structure of this noble institution and ask what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.

Inside the International Criminal Court

Inside the International Criminal Court

 

Episode 5 of 5: Saif al-Islam Gaddafi case study

1 x 30 mins for Open University, iTunes and YouTube channels

The ICC was established in 2002, to bring to justice those responsible for the worst crimes – genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and pending in 2017, the crime of aggression – committed anywhere in the world.
Ten years on, we look at the history and structure of this noble institution and ask what the future holds for international justice and cooperation between states to bring criminals to account.

Lifting the Lid

Lifting the Lid

 

Winner of the Mandrake Films Specialist Factual New Talent Pitch at Docfest Chella Quint has made a talent film with Mandrake for Open University, called Lifting the Lid.

My Crazy Korean Life

 

South Korea has become the most competitive, perfectionist and successful society in the world. It is the number one destination for plastic surgery, the most technologically advanced, but also has among the highest rates of teen suicide in developed nations. But what do we really know of this country that lies in the dark shadow of its northern neighbour?

This film delves beneath the facade of one of the world’s strangest and increasingly most influential countries.

Memories of a Gold Smuggler

Documentary: In Development
Memories of a Gold Smuggler
1 x 60 mins

 

In 1968, three hip young Londoners were arrested for international gold smuggling and defrauding The Bank of America by breaking their top secret codes. They and their team of pretty public schoolboy adventurers had lived a glamorous James Bond lifestyle smuggling gold throughout the globe, hidden in Ladies’ corsets under their razor sharp suits. Until the day it all came crashing down… 43 years later, the main players reunite for the first time since their arrest, and find out what really happened that day.

Based on the book “How To Rob Banks Without Violence” by Roderic Knowles.