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BEING BRITISH 
This (2010) DVD for Key Stages 4 -5 charts the history of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: Amid growing concerns about cultural division in the UK and the sense of national pride being lost, the British Government has encouraged schools to investigate diversity in the UK and develop an awareness of "Britishness"
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BRITAIN'S CHANGING SOCIETY IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY 
The 20th Century was a time of universal change. War and new technology had a major impact on the way we now live and work. This (2010) programme, made with the help of the National Subject Leader for History, investigates the period.
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CONFLICT ON A LOCAL SCALE 
This (2009) DVD programme for KS4-KS5 examines the issues that cause conflict on various scales and identifies where global conflicts have taken place since the end of the WWII.
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CONSEQUENCES OF CONFLICT 
This (2009) DVD for KS4-KS5 examines some of the economic, environmental and social impacts of conflicts at national and international level.
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CRIME, PUNISHMENT AND POLICING IN ENGLAND AND WALES (From 1829) 
This (2010) programme is for KS 3-4 students. It is widely reported that the amount of crime in Britain has risen sharply over recent times. Is this because we report more crime, or is it because there really is more crime? Just how reliable are the figures? Has our attitude to crime changed?
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EUTHANASIA (Medical Ethics Series) 
Do people have the right to die? Should the state condone the deliberate killing of a person? This programme investigates the various religious, moral and philosophical arguments surrounding euthanasia, providing both ‘for’ and ‘against’ arguments for this controversial and important topic.
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EVIL AND SUFFERING A Religious Perspective 
Designed for students who are tackling the subjects of evil and suffering in relation to the existence of God this film offers examples of what could be perceived as ‘suffering’ in the world today and explores the meaning of ‘suffering’ from a religious point of view. Comment from eminent ethicists and professional journalists discussing some of the more controversial incidents in recent years makes this resource the starting point for informed and stimulating debate.
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GENETIC ENGINEERING (Medical Ethics Series) 
Genetic engineering may be one of the greatest breakthroughs in recent history, however, with scientific advancements new ethical issues are raised, forcing us to ask not how, but if we should push genetic research to its absolute limit.
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GLOBAL CONFLICT 
This (2009) DVD for KS4-KS5 looks at conflicts which arise over the use of land and resources, such as oil, and then examines the issue of global terrorism and the measures that can be put in place to tackle this.
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HOMOPHOBIA 
With a suggested nine in ten secondary school teachers reporting that young people, regardless of their sexual orientation, currently experience some form of homophobic harassment in their schools, this film looks at homophobia.
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