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New Documentaries - Sep 20 2014

Who Took Down Stockton?

Who Took Down Stockton?

"Who Took Down Stockton?," examines how Stockton, California, became the largest city in American history to file for bankruptcy. The piece highlights the key characters and decisions that brought the city to the brink and traces the trail all the way back to Wall Street.


What makes art valuable?

What makes art valuable?

Go inside the glittering world of the super-rich as art critic and journalist Alastair Sooke explores the remarkable stories behind the Top Ten Most Valuable Paintings in the World to sell at auction. The documentary tells the stories behind the astronomical prices of art and why the world's richest people want to spend their millions on it.


Newborn Russia (Episode 14)

Newborn Russia (Episode 14)

Where do Russians come from? In modern Russia, life usually begins at state-run maternity hospitals; it is up to these medical establishments to deliver new babies into the world. RTd takes you inside the delivery room, where you'll meet expectant mothers, nervous fathers, and the men and women whose task it is to perform deliveries and face any challenges that stand in the way.


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Exposed: Groomed for Sex

Exposed: Groomed for Sex

Adil Ray explores cases of Asian men grooming white girls for sex, and tries to discover the extent of the problem within his own British Pakistani community. He goes on patrol with a police team tackling child exploitation, hears stories of enticement that led to brutal abuse, and finds out how the issue is being addressed by both religious and community leaders.


Louis Theroux - America's Most Dangerous Pets

Louis Theroux - America's Most Dangerous Pets

Did you know that there are more Tigers in the US than there are in the wild? Louis Theroux visits several places where 'Americas Most Dangrous Pets' are being held.He visits Joe “Exotic” who owns a private zoo with 167 tigers, just as a tornado is coming up.Through the documentary, Louis keeps asking the owners of the animals if they think the animals are happy like this and if they wouldn't prefer a life in the wild. Most owners have an inte...


The U

The U

'The U' takes a look at the Miami Hurricane football program in the 1980s. The University of Miami changed its image drastically when coach Howard Schnellenberger started recruiting mostly black players for the team from some of the toughest ghettos in Florida.The team won 4 national titles between 1983 and 1991. "The U" also discusses the players accepting money from local rapper Luther Campbell who set bounties on opposing players.Note: Due ...