Opening Doors to New Authors of Documentaries at the Whicker’s World Foundation
Ania Ostrowska speaks to Jane Ray and Jane Mote about diversity in documentary filmmaking and why the Whicker’s World Foundation chose to widen the criteria for television documentary...
Children Lead the Fight Against Climate Change
Fatima Jichi speaks to Dr Gearóid Ó Cuinn, director of the Global Legal Action Network, the organisation that is challenging governments in Europe for their failure to adequately...
As Theresa May hails a breakthrough in Brexit negotiations, Kevin Higgins gives an Irish view of a post-divorce Britain.
For Darrell Kavanagh in his hour of need
The Deuce: Nostalgia for a Dirty, Pretty, 1970s New York
HBO’s The Deuce presents the chaotic, violent excitement of life in 1970s New York, showing how nostalgia can also be for a time that is anything but perfect.
“Best not to mix the past...
By the Skin of the Teeth: NHS Dental Services in Crisis
A broken system and low morale threatens the NHS dental service in a crisis that few speak of
The NHS is in crisis, as many know. But few are privy to the unreported disaster that...
Unfinished Business in Puerto Rico: The Case for Debt Audit and Relief after the Hurricanes
The mission to audit Puerto Rico’s public debt comes with its own political challenges
Despite President Trump scoring his administration’s response a perfect “10”, the conditions...
Fractures at Home: Arshad Khan on Documenting His Family History
Umar Ali interviews director Arshad Khan about his new feature documentary ABU which screened at the BFI London Film Festival 2017
ABU is an emotional family journey that grapples...