1. Granta Panel Discussion

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    For Granta 103, the BBC journalist Richard Watson wrote 'The Rise of the British Jihad', an investigation into violent Islamic extremism in the United Kingdom. In this video, he is joined by a panel to discuss the piece and the issues surrounding it. Sheikh Musa Admani was the first imam to be appointed to a British university in 2001. He has grass roots experience of countering radicalization among the Muslim youth and has developed counter radicalization programmes abroad. David Henshaw is the executive producer of Channel 4's Dispatches: Undercover Mosque films. is head of the London School of Islamics. He is a retired teacher and is originally from Pakistan. Usman Raja has been working actively to aid social integration of Muslim youth through the understanding of Islamic principles. Experience as a Jihadist in his teenage years motivated him to become a passionate spokesman fully committed to furthering the cause of tolerance and understanding both outside and within the Muslim community.

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    • Dispatches - Undercover Mosque: The Return

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      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Undercover_Mosque:_The_Return Undercover Mosque: The Return is a documentary programme produced by the independent television company hardcash productions for the Channel 4 series Dispatches which aired in the UK on 1 September 2008 at 8pm.[1][2] This program is a sequel to the Undercover Mosque programme broadcast on 15 January 2007 in the UK. The programme uses footage filmed by undercover reporters in UK mosques and Islamic institutions as well as interviews with Muslim academics and prominent figures. It contains statements by Islamic preachers which espouse violence towards homosexual men, other religions and apostates.[3]

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      • Watching The Detectives - Dispatches

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        How safe are your secrets? Channel 4 Dispatches reveals how easy it is to buy our most personal and confidential information. In a year-long undercover investigation, private detectives sell us access to health and criminal records, mobile phone bills and bank accounts. The programme discovers the extent of the black market in personal data and reveals how supposedly secure databases are open to exploitation.

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        • Dispatches: Cyril Smith the paedophile MP

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          Read the full post at: http://wp.me/p3xSxU-17R First broadcast in September 2013, this is the Channel 4 Dispatches documentary that explored the horrific scale of Cyril Smith’s sexual abuse of children and the how the police, crown prosecution service and MI5 not only knew of his activities but actively protected him from being prosecuted for his crimes.

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          • The Police's Dirty Secret (47mins - Dispatches/Channel4 - 24JUN2013)

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            Dispatches exposes the shocking story of Britain's secret police and how undercover officers reportedly used sex and lies to spy on members of the public. The programme reveals the names of high-profile targets spied on by the police. Through the personal testimony of a whistleblower who operated deep undercover for four years, the film examines the ethically dubious tactics of a clandestine unit within the Metropolitan police. Tasked with infiltrating political campaigns and protest groups, it operated under the unofficial motto 'By any means necessary'. The programme speaks exclusively to the women who say their lives have been wrecked after being spied upon; and who reveal how they were duped into sexual relationships with men they didn't even know were cops. One of the women reveals the heart-wrenching story of how she was also deceived into having a child with a police spy. http://www.channel4.com/programmes/dispatches/episode-guide/series-130/episode-2

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            • Compiled Borneo Climbing Dispatches

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              Video dispatches from Borneo Big wall climbing Expedition in '09

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              • West Wing Week: "Dispatches from Sudan"

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                Today the official preliminary results from the historic referendum in Sudan were released. The people of Southern Sudan appear to have voted overwhelmingly in support of independence: total turnout was about 97 percent with almost 99 percent of voters casting their ballots to create the world's newest nation. West Wing Week was on the ground in Sudan during the week-long referendum, traveling to all parts of the country with the President's Special Envoy, General Scott Gration. We went behind the scenes at polling stations from Juba to Khartoum, met some of the international community who helped to ensure the vote was fair and peaceful, and traveled to Darfur to inspect conditions and learn about the commitment of the United States to peace in this region after decades of civil war.

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                • Justin Taylor interviews Tim Keesee, author of "Dispatches from the Front"

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                  Dispatches from the Front: Stories of Gospel Advance in the World's Difficult Places (Crossway, April 2014)

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                  • A Long Shot

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                    A radio documentary for Dispatches produced by Dawna Dingwall. I spent about a week hanging around the train tracks with hundreds of migrants for this story. It was incredibly hot and also quite depressing, especially seeing children making the long trip to "El Norte". During the fight scene at the beginning my husband's voice can be heard in the background urging Nica to stop (he was spending that day with me in the field.)

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                    • West Wing Week: "Dispatches from Iraq"

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                      This week the President announced the end of America’s combat mission in Iraq and West Wing Week takes you there, on the ground, with an in-depth, behind-the-scenes look at the change of mission. We spent a week on the ground with our troops and civilians , some coming home, some staying for the next mission, training and supporting the Iraqis now that they have the lead in protecting their own country.

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