Filmography

Full filmography by date (most recent first)

August 2016
Brazil’s River of Mud
Given the terrible impact of Brazil’s mining dam why are politicians so reluctant to introduce new safety legislation

February 2016
Cuba for Sale
We investigate the recent economic changes and the effect of property ownership on Cuba’s communist legacy.

June 2015
Syria’s Electronic Armies
An investigation into the sinister impact of a secret cyber war on the Syrian civil war.

October 2014
Rebuilding Somalia
Can Somalia’s embattled president unite his country against the armed group al-Shabab?

September 2014
Interactive: Pirate Fishing
An interactive investigation on the illegal fishing trade in Sierra Leone.

July 2014
The People Smugglers
This film asks if the tough application of Canada’s immigration laws can be justified.

December 2013
Libya’s Brigades
More than two years since the country’s revolution, can rival factions reconcile and will stability ever fully return?

December 2013
Libya: Renditions
An exclusive investigation into the role of the British government in the renditions and torture of two Libyans at the hands of Gaddafi’s security forces.

December 2012
The Organ Traders
An investigation into illegal human organ trading in Kosovo, Turkey and Israel, and the challenges facing law enforcers.

June 2012
Cambodia’s Orphan Business
An undercover investigation revealing how ‘voluntourism’ could be fuelling the exploitation of Cambodian children

February 2012
Pirate Fishing
Investigating the multi-million dollar illegal fishing trade in the seas off Sierra Leone.
Part 1
Part 2

August 2011
The Nigerian Connection
Investigating the plight of African women caught up in a web of organised crime, prostitution and human trafficking
Part 1 (Italy)
Part 2 (Nigeria)

20th April 2010
Sri Lanka: War crimes
A United Nations investigation panel says both the government and Tamil Tigers are to blame

18th Nov 2010
Haiti: Seismic Elections
With 1.3 million still living in camps, a cholera epidemic and a track-record of government corruption – can Haitians be convinced to vote?

4th Aug 2010
Nigeria: Crude Amnesty
One year after it was announced – can the amnesty of the militants in the Niger Delta bring lasting peace?

3rd Feb 2010
Haiti: Hope among the rubble
Does Haiti’s own response to the earthquake contain the seeds of a brighter future?

9th Dec 2009
Papua New Guinea: Carbon Cowboys
An investigation into the sale of fake carbon offset certificates

4th Nov 2009
Bosnia’s Broken Promises
Tells the story of rape victims who continue their battle for justice 17 years after the war has ended

17th June 2009
Indonesia: Muddy Justice
A case which alleges that the eruption of mud volcano Lusi was a man-made disaster caused by a gas drilling company

10th June 2009
Colombia: Chiquita – Between Life and Law
Fined $25m in the US for funding Colombia’s paramilitaries, Chiquita banana now faces lawsuits from victims of human rights abuses

3rd June 2009
Israel/ Palestine: Courtroom Intifada
Palestinian villagers bring a case against the international construction companies who are building the settlements.

27th May 2009
Alaska: A Case of Global Proportions
Native Alaskans are suing the energy giants for misleading the public over the dangers of global warming

20th May 2009
Ivory Coast: Dumping Ground
A legal case brought against one of the worlds largest independent oil traders, alleging the dumping of toxic material.

30th Jan 2008
Spain: Costa del Crime
Corruption, money laundering, illegal construction on the Costa del Sol construction boom
Part 1
Part 2

10th Oct 2007
Spain: Basque Battles
Part 1
Part 2

30th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 3: Monks of War
The Buddhist monks who push for war with the Tamil Tigers
Part 1
Part 2

28th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 2: Tiger Tax
An investigation into Tamil Tiger illegal fundraising and extortion among the Diaspora
Part 1
Part 2

26th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 1: How the East was won
The price of war against the Tamil Tigers in the east of the country
Part 1
Part 2

8th August 2007
Maldives Rising
Human rights violations, drug epidemic and a rise in religious parties in a tourist paradise
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

14th April 2007
Nigeria: Democracy Delta Style
Shows corruption and poverty as root causes of the Niger Delta conflict
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

March 2007
Liberia: Firestone Slaves
A court case against Firestone claiming the company uses slave labor on their rubber plantation
Part 1
Part 2

27th February 2007
Indonesia: Exxon in the Dock
About a lawsuit brought by 11 Acehnese villagers accusing Exxon Mobil of human rights abuses
Part 1
Part 2

January 2007
Russia: Putin’s Laws
Assessing the effect of controversial new legislation on the conflict in the Republic of Kabardino Balkaria
Part 1
Part 2

11th December 2006
Indonesia: After the Tsunami
Two years after the Tsunami we travel to Aceh to track missing aid money
Part 1
Part 2

December 2006
Turkmenistan: Cult of the Leader
An undercover journey into the most secretive country in the world
Part 1
Part 2

November 2006
Kyrgyzstan: Killing for Sport
A film about mafia-linked killings in Kyrgyzstan’s sports world
Part 1
Part 2

15th November 2006
Liberia: Army of Discontent
How can Liberia’s former child soldiers be re-integrated into society?
Part 1
Part 2

14th March 2003
Haiti Voodoo Nation

November 2004
Peru: Shining Path
A visit to the guerrilla camp and the first interview with the Shining Path in ten years

May 2003
Peru: Nothing Personal
An investigation revealing a forced sterilization campaign of Peru’s Indian population

25th January 2002
Somalia: Last Haven
A journey through post-9/11 Somalia

10th October 2001
Congo: The real Mobile Phone War
Breaking the story of how coltan fuels the war in Congo

Full filmography by date (most recent first)

September 2014
Interactive: Pirate Fishing
An interactive investigation on the illegal fishing trade in Sierra Leone.

July 2014
The People Smugglers
This film asks if the tough application of Canada’s immigration laws can be justified.

December 2013
Libya’s Brigades
More than two years since the country’s revolution, can rival factions reconcile and will stability ever fully return?

December 2013
Libya: Renditions
An exclusive investigation into the role of the British government in the renditions and torture of two Libyans at the hands of Gaddafi’s security forces.

December 2012
The Organ Traders
An investigation into illegal human organ trading in Kosovo, Turkey and Israel, and the challenges facing law enforcers.

June 2012
Cambodia’s Orphan Business
An undercover investigation revealing how ‘voluntourism’ could be fuelling the exploitation of Cambodian children

February 2012
Pirate Fishing
Investigating the multi-million dollar illegal fishing trade in the seas off Sierra Leone.
Part 1
Part 2

August 2011
The Nigerian Connection
Investigating the plight of African women caught up in a web of organised crime, prostitution and human trafficking
Part 1 (Italy)
Part 2 (Nigeria)

20th April 2010
Sri Lanka: War crimes
A United Nations investigation panel says both the government and Tamil Tigers are to blame

18th Nov 2010
Haiti: Seismic Elections
With 1.3 million still living in camps, a cholera epidemic and a track-record of government corruption – can Haitians be convinced to vote?

4th Aug 2010
Nigeria: Crude Amnesty
One year after it was announced – can the amnesty of the militants in the Niger Delta bring lasting peace?

3rd Feb 2010
Haiti: Hope among the rubble
Does Haiti’s own response to the earthquake contain the seeds of a brighter future?

9th Dec 2009
Papua New Guinea: Carbon Cowboys
An investigation into the sale of fake carbon offset certificates

4th Nov 2009
Bosnia’s Broken Promises
Tells the story of rape victims who continue their battle for justice 17 years after the war has ended

17th June 2009
Indonesia: Muddy Justice
A case which alleges that the eruption of mud volcano Lusi was a man-made disaster caused by a gas drilling company

10th June 2009
Colombia: Chiquita – Between Life and Law
Fined $25m in the US for funding Colombia’s paramilitaries, Chiquita banana now faces lawsuits from victims of human rights abuses

3rd June 2009
Israel/ Palestine: Courtroom Intifada
Palestinian villagers bring a case against the international construction companies who are building the settlements.

27th May 2009
Alaska: A Case of Global Proportions
Native Alaskans are suing the energy giants for misleading the public over the dangers of global warming

20th May 2009
Ivory Coast: Dumping Ground
A legal case brought against one of the worlds largest independent oil traders, alleging the dumping of toxic material.

30th Jan 2008
Spain: Costa del Crime
Corruption, money laundering, illegal construction on the Costa del Sol construction boom
Part 1
Part 2

10th Oct 2007
Spain: Basque Battles
Part 1
Part 2

30th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 3: Monks of War
The Buddhist monks who push for war with the Tamil Tigers
Part 1
Part 2

28th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 2: Tiger Tax
An investigation into Tamil Tiger illegal fundraising and extortion among the Diaspora
Part 1
Part 2

26th Aug 2007
Sri Lanka Trilogy 1: How the East was won
The price of war against the Tamil Tigers in the east of the country
Part 1
Part 2

8th August 2007
Maldives Rising
Human rights violations, drug epidemic and a rise in religious parties in a tourist paradise
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

14th April 2007
Nigeria: Democracy Delta Style
Shows corruption and poverty as root causes of the Niger Delta conflict
Part 1
Part 2
Part 3
Part 4

March 2007
Liberia: Firestone Slaves
A court case against Firestone claiming the company uses slave labor on their rubber plantation
Part 1
Part 2

27th February 2007
Indonesia: Exxon in the Dock
About a lawsuit brought by 11 Acehnese villagers accusing Exxon Mobil of human rights abuses
Part 1
Part 2

January 2007
Russia: Putin’s Laws
Assessing the effect of controversial new legislation on the conflict in the Republic of Kabardino Balkaria
Part 1
Part 2

11th December 2006
Indonesia: After the Tsunami
Two years after the Tsunami we travel to Aceh to track missing aid money
Part 1
Part 2

December 2006
Turkmenistan: Cult of the Leader
An undercover journey into the most secretive country in the world
Part 1
Part 2

November 2006
Kyrgyzstan: Killing for Sport
A film about mafia-linked killings in Kyrgyzstan’s sports world
Part 1
Part 2

15th November 2006
Liberia: Army of Discontent
How can Liberia’s former child soldiers be re-integrated into society?
Part 1
Part 2

14th March 2003
Haiti Voodoo Nation

November 2004
Peru: Shining Path
A visit to the guerrilla camp and the first interview with the Shining Path in ten years

May 2003
Peru: Nothing Personal
An investigation revealing a forced sterilization campaign of Peru’s Indian population

25th January 2002
Somalia: Last Haven
A journey through post-9/11 Somalia

10th October 2001
Congo: The real Mobile Phone War
Breaking the story of how coltan fuels the war in Congo